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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 25 May 1861

have been flaunting. Tbe greatest activity is going on to night in various companies, and additional regiments to those named above will be under marching orders in case of emergency. Ru triors are flying about here to the ef fect that the Secretary of State received to day, dispatches from England declaring that it was no longer in the power of ber Majesty's Government to accept the propo sition of the Administration to recognize the code of the Congress of Paris of 1856, denouncing privateering as priracy. Special to the New York World Geo. W. Donn, a well known resident of "this city, reached here from tbo rebel Con federacy. He is just from Tenu., via Cairo. He reports that supplies are now entirely cut off from Tennessee, and that great fear of starvation prevails. He saw at Memphis about 3,000 troops furnished with altered flint lock muskets,fernished from the Baton Rouge arsenal. There are two batteries on the Mississippi between Memphis and Cairo. Many of the troops are nort...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 25 May 1861

Fremont Baily . JonrnaL SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1861. IS AAC M. KEEL E R,'T EniTon. EXCITING NEWS. Tbc depatches of yesterday p. in. an J lal night are of tho most exiling nature, and will deeply stir the popular mind throngh out tlio wholo North. An advance uf tho army has been made and tbe Government will undoubtedly prosecute the, campaign in a vigorous and thorough manner. The death of Col. Ellsworth who bad become a groat favorito with (bo people will bo fenr fully avenged. " We may expect to bear of some decisive movements in a day or two. Last Night's Despatches. Great Excitement on the Death of Col Ellsworth. Government Troops in Virginia! ALEXANDRIA TAKEN! Stars and Stripes Wave from Arlington Heights! A Secession Cavalry Company Captured! Meeting the Governors of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois,—England's policy announced. —France to Send a Fleet. Washington, May 24. There wax intense ex citement created here by the assassination (it Col. Ellsworth. Bells are tolling, crape on buildi...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 25 May 1861

Daily Journal. "Out of their own Mouths." John Tyler, once President of. the Unit ed 8ates, is now a traitor to tbe Union. He took an active part in throwing Virgin ia Soto the bands of Davis, and bringing upon her people all the disasters and suf fering which they would have escaped bad such men as this ex-President not proved false to tboir often-declared principles. In a message to Congress, dated August 20tb, 1 844, John Tyler, then President of the Union he is now striving vainly to destroy, aid : "I regard the preservation of the Union as the first great American interest. I equally disapprove of all threats of its dis solution, whether they proceed from the North or the South. The glory of my country, its safety and its prosperity, alike depend on Union, and he who would con template its destruction, even for a moment, and form plans to accomplish it, deserves tbe deepest anathemas of the human race." Henry A. Wise is now a traitor to the Union. He is determined to destroy th...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 27 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. 1. MOA'DAY MORMXti, MAY 27, I8(M. io. 11. To the Public. Tho lime for which we en gaged to ifwue our extra has expired. Our ef fort to give the news lias been appreciated by large numbers of our citizens, who have contri buted liberally to the enterprise, but the remu neration has not been of a character to justify us in continuing the extra any longer. In its stead, we purpose issuing a sheet similar to this, to becalled the Fremont Daily Jovrnal. It will be printed daily, (Fridays and Sundays excepted,) and will contain all the telegraph, local, and such other news as we can get into it. It will be furnished to tho public at the fol lowing low prices: A single number, called for at our office, 2 cents; in packages of 10 and up wards for town subscribers, 8 cents per weck, and in clubs going into the country of not less than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents per month. News dealers supplied atone cent a copy, in packages of 25 and upwards. At all places...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 27 May 1861

Fremont Daily Journal MONDAY, MAY 27, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor. Capt's. Tillotson and Haynes have each got the quota of men they wanted to fill up their companies. They leave this morning on the 6 o'clock train for Camp Dcnnison. Mr. Crowcll had got about 50 men for the three years' service on Saturday evening. He thinks he will succeed in getting his compli ment of 100 men in a day or two. Home Guards-Independent Guards. Both of these companies were out on parade Saturday afternoon, making a fine appearance. The Home Guards were presented with a beau tiful National flag by the ladies of the village. Homer Everett, Esq., on behalf of the ladies made a few patriotic remarks. R. P. Buckland, Esq., for the Guards received the flag, and re sponded for the company returning their warm eat thanks for the compliment paid them by the ladies, assuring them that its sacred folds should be preserved unsullied even at the cost of their lives, property and honor. A large concourse of the ci...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 27 May 1861

tress Monroe. She brings the report that Gen. Bullcr yesterday captured Sewell s Point Willi n Ions of 84 killer! and wounded. The enemy lout between iitIO or 400 killed and wounded. iliiny prisoners were taken, perhaps liOO. On Thursday ewninr the eneiuy'ii pickets near the Fortress, were surprised and H00 taken prisoners. The War Department has information to the same effect. No doubt skirmishes took place between the Federal and secession pickets near Arlington Heights to-day. Baltimore, jlay 25. A large body of troops came over the Northern Central Railroad this evening for Washington. Louisville, May 26. Nearly all the flags here and at Jefl'ersonville are flying at half-mast in consequence of the death of Col. Kllsworth. MolTic Jackson won the best three mile race, with full weight, ever made in America, at the Woodlawn course to-day. Time, b.'S5)4,&M and 5.26. Sherwood was a good second. The Border State Convention meets at Frank furt on Monday. New Orleans, May 2j. The b...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 27 May 1861

Daily Journal. Brothers, To Arms! By SUSIE ANGUS. Brothers, to inu! for your bomei end jour altars, Wake from your elambt r, your eoantr.r to , Coward and slave etery man who now falters, On, tor freedom and right, or a patriot'! gravel Shall the star-spangled banner onr fore-fathers taTe us, Bo lnanlted and torn bj the traitor and slaver Brothert, to armsl from dishonor to save us. Let oar banner o'er frtemtn triumphant warrl Let jour motto be " Liberty, now and forererr. Tour traet be In God, In troth and the right; Come back to ma victors, or come to us neverl On, brotbera, ont keep your Bag ever brlghtl A Letter from a Missouri Union Man. A friend iu Me o tor has received the fol lowing letter, which should be read by all men in the free Stales: St. Louis, Mo., May 13, 1861. I am now obe of Uncle Sara's soldiers here, and by reading the papers you will learn how incarnate devils in the shape of Southern secessionists can proceed with their cowardly work. We have got the start of...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 28 May 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL, Vol. 1. TUESDAY MORMAfi, MVY 28, 1801. No. 12. The Daily Journal, Is published .very morning, except Friday an 1 Sundtiy. It will contain nil the tetegrann news op to the hour of going to press, and such Kcal and mlscellsneous news as comes to hand. It will be furnished to subscribers In town at 10 cents per week, or 2 conts a copy. For the country tn packages of of fir. copies or more, sixpence a week, or25 cents a month. Kewa dealers supplied at the rate of $1 a hundred. The Wkek.lt Jodrical Is published every Friday morn, ing with all the late telegraphic despatches, and is sent by mail for 11,50 per year; left by the carrier in town, $1,75 per year. Single copies 0 cents. Orders for the Daily and Wekklt Joca.vAt.are solicited. Address I. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. Editor and Publisher. 'The Advance Guard of the Grand Army.' At the entrance of the Federal troops into Virginia, all the outposts of the Federal army were instructed to answer the challeng...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 28 May 1861

Fremont (DaiIyJoflraaL TUE S D A YM AY 28 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editoe. The patriotic citizens of Washington Tp., are not behind hand in their readiness tj voluatoor for military drill. Wh. Koons, of that township is organizing an Independent Company, and has now some 25 men en rolled. A meeting will be hold at the meeting house throo miles south of Hess ville, on Saturday afternoon, June 1st, for the purpose of perfecting the company, and electing officers. On Sunday afternoon the 26th, some 500 mormons passed through Fremont, west ward on the C. fe T. R. R. by a special train of thirteen passenger and six or eight bag gage cars. Tbey consisted of English, Gor man, Scotch aud Welsh, lately arrived from the old country, and bound for Salt Lake. Secession Troops in Western Virginia. The Cincinnati Gazotto says a gentleman from the Kanawha river arrived in that city on Sunday, 26ib, and informed them that thcro were, on Thursday, three hundred se cession troops at Buflalo, and that n...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 28 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. (Special to the Herald.) Baltimore, May 26. Mnrtial Ihw has been proclaimed in Alexandria. Citizens aro assured that they will be protected in their persons and property. Their pickets wore again fired on last uigbt. It is said tho N. Y. rcgimont will return homo ou Wednesday, their month's service being up. Strong and extensive entrenchments aro Do ing erected on tho Heights by tho United States troops. They entirely command the approaches to Alexandria. Tho Marshall House is tho house at which Gen. Wash ington stopped. Col. Ellsworth was shot near tho door of tho chamber Qcn. Wash ington occupied. The steamer Adelaido hus arrived from Norfolk. Gen. Butler was reinforced yesterday by 3,000 men from New York and Maine. When tho Adelaide left it was understood Norfolk would be at tacked on Monday. Tho rebels there are confident they can hold Norfolk against any force. Tho bridgo connecting old Point Comfort And Hampton has been burned by frio rebels. No communicat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 28 May 1861

Daily Journal. The Future Life. BY WM. C. BRYANT. How ihall I know thee In the ephere which keeps Th dieembodted epliita of the dead, When all of thos that tima conld wither ileepe, And perlaheo among the daat we tread ? For I ahalt (eel the eting of oeaeeleei pain, . 11 there X meet thy gentle preeenoa not; Hot hear the Toiee I love, nor read again In thy aereneet e.rei the tender thought. WU1 not thy own meek heart demand raa there . . That heart whole fondeet throbe to me were gtren r My name on earth wai erer In tby prayer, Shall it be banfihed from thy tongue in hearen f la maadowa fanned by heeren'a life-breathing wind, In the naplendence of that glorlona apbore, And larger movementa of the unfettered mind. WUt thou lorget the lore that joined ui here I The lor that lired through all the atormy put, And meekly with my haraher nature bore. And deeper grew, and tenderer to the laet -Shall It expire with life and be do more i- A happier lot than mine, and larger light, j; Awaitat...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 29 May 1861

i Ah t ! VX-a Vol. 1. '-.WEDNESDAY MORMiXG, MY 29, 18G1. v u n JO. FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL The Daily Journal, Ii published eeery morntDg, .xc.pt Friday and Sanday. It will contain all tho telearapb news up to th. hour of - going to preu, and inch li-cal and mlsoelleneoaa hewi a. . aonea to hand. " - It will be furnished to subeerlbera t a town at 10 cmti per waek, or 2 oanta a copy. For th. country In package! offlreeoplea or more, sixpence a week, or 26 oenta a ' -month. Mrw. dealer, supplied at the rate of ft .hundred. r.-i Th. Wexkly Jovhmai. It published rrj Friday mom. . ing wth all the lata telegraph! deep. tehee, and le aent by nsatl for $1,60 per year; left by th. carrier In town, f 1,7ft per year. Siogl. copies ft cents. Order, for th. Daily and Wkbkly Jouafat ara solicited. 1 Address I. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. Tbe Washington correspondent of the Cleveland Lender of the 24th Buys: "tbe number of troops in the city (including those at Alexandria) reaches nearly 42,000...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 29 May 1861

Fremont j Daily : Journal WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editos. Should any of our Fremont Ladies wish to obtain beautiful flowers, we would recom mond them to call on Mr. Ruemtnole, to morrow morning from 6 to 12 o'clock; see his notice in another column. in for the War. M. H. C bo will's company for the three years' service is nearly full between 78 and 80 names are now enrolled. A few more men are still wanted to make up the hun dred. Mr. Crowell visited Columbus to see if bis company would be terday morning he telegraphed as follows J. W. Bowlcs: We are accepted in the three years' service, and will be ordered to Camp Dennison. M. tL Cbowill. Mr. C. returned from Columbu j last even ing and will proceed to fill up his company immediately. Those wbe desire to go in for the war must speak quick. Fair and Festival The Ladies of St. Paul's Cburoh, Fremont, will hold a Fair aud Festival at St. Clair's Uall on Thursday eveniug and Friday after noon and evening, May 80th and...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 29 May 1861

Yesterdays' Report. ( World's Dispatches.) Wanhiogion, May 27. No Virgiuians re ullowed to enter Alexandria unlo.is known to the loyal. A large number of punton wore arrested to-day for uttering treasonable sentiment. Tbe fortifications commanding Arlington Heights are nearly comploted. A gentleman from Ricbmoud to-day state t bat the greatest activity prevails id the military. He was only permitted to . leave on being idoutiBed as a well kuown Baltimore roorchaut. Tbe general seotiment in Richmond was ' that an attack must be made on the forces nt Alexandria, but that idea did not pre vail m be come further north. The public -fouling wartbul vur n fully iuauguraied7 and that while tho present was full of trou Ok-, their iuturu wus gloomy aud dark. , I am informed that several sccrot meot iugs of Union men woio held in Alexan dria, Froderickaburg, and several other places in the State, with a view to organize nd arm for nuitunl protection while voting for the Union ticket. .' .. ., ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 29 May 1861

Daily Journal. OFFICIAL. REPORT Of the Affair between the Steamer and the SeweWt Point Battery. Washington, May 23. The following official report of the action - between the U. 8. steamer Star and the Sewell's Point Battery on the 19th inst., has just been received. U. S. STEAMER STAR, May 10. Flag- Officer S. H. Stringham, Commander of the Home Squadron: ' From the time I reported to you yester day I kept a strict watch on the move ments of the enemy in and about the Sew elPs Point Battery. Several noises were heard during tbo night, but not distinct ' enough for me to trace them. At half-past five p. m. I heard distinct blows, as if from , so axe securing timber platforms for gun carriages inside of the embrasures, and im mediately I ordered a shot to be fired over them. The rebels immediately hoisted a , white flag, with some design on it, and fired a shot that cut the fore spencer guys near r the gaff. I immediately went to quarters, . and returned their fire, which was continue...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 30 May 1861

FREMONT- DULY ji'i Vol. 1. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1801. No. 14. The Daily Journal, It published awry morning, .xo.pt Friday and Sunday. It will contain all h. telegraph n.we up to th. hoar of geiug to press, and such local and mlecellaQeoue newe aa eomea to hand. ' It will ba furnished to subscribers tn town at 10 oanta per imk, or 3 cents a copy. Forth, country in packages of At copies or mora, sixp.no. a mek, or 34 cants a month. News dealer. auppUed at th. rate of 91 .hundred. Th. Wkbxlt Journal la published .Tory Friday morn, log with all the late telegraphlo despatches, and la sent by malt for f 1,60 per year; left by th. carrier in towa, $1,76 per jur. Slogl. copies A centa. Orders for the Mailt and Wiaa.LT Jourxal are solicited. The Daily Journal, Address L. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. Fair and Festival. The Ladies of St. Paul's Church, Fremont, Will hold a Fair and Festival at St. Clair's Hall on Thursday evening and Friday after noon and evening, May 80th and 31st. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 30 May 1861

Fremost r Daily Jonrnai THURSDAY, MAY 80, 1861. ' ISAAC M. KEELER, Editob. Lt no one fail to remember the Ladle' Fair aud Festival at SU Clair's Hall to-night. The gran and wheat throughout the county are looking welt During the past few days the farmers have Improved the pleasant weather by planting corn. " Where there's a Will there's a Way." M. H. Csowsl and J. W. Bowius hart bees aeUvo sad miring la their effort to ralst s eompen y of 100 mm for tone veers, or during the war. Wo sro happy In being sbls to say that ttaej art tangniDo of uoceu in tho enter prise. About 80 are enrolled, and without a doabt before the tan goes down to-night, the requisite number will bs obtained. Should any one who reads this notion thla Bornlng have an Inclination to sure his country in thli struggle with Southern rebels, let him oome np before 12 o'clock, noon, and enroll blmielL About 40 from the vt elnitr of freeport hare Joined and will arrire about noon to-day. Capt. Parish will announce their...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 30 May 1861

Yesterday's Report. Washington, May 28. Fred. Hickon's Illinois rogiment will probably be accepted by the Government. Probabilities are that the brigade of Carl Scburz, who is now hero, will bo sent to Fortress Monroe. Alien A. Burton of Kentucky, bm been appointed Minister Resident to Now Gre nada, in place ef Gen. Jones, of Iowa. The World's special says the 7lst regi ment only went as far as Alexandria. The 1st and 2d Ohio regiments marched cross the long bridge this afternoon and re encamped near Arlington heights. It is the general impression that soon a move ment will be made so far into Virginia that 11 retreat of the rebels at Harper's Ferry will be cut off. A well known citizen of North Carolina reached hero to-night from that State. He thinks reports of the num bers, condition and armament of the south ern troops are greatly exaggerated. It eoeras thst it is their determination to act solely on the defensive in thin war. The 2d Now York regiment was sworn in to-day, except...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 30 May 1861

Daily Journal. The American Eagle Flaps his Wings. Tba irrepressible George Francis Train, of hone-railroad notoriety, has made anoth er of his curious speeches in England, on the occasion of the opening of the Exmoutb Railway. Among other things he said : "For fifty years the North was too busy in making factories, launching ships, plant ing corn aDd educating her children cheers to find time to govern the land. Besides, the northerners could not afford to accept salaries and wear epauletes, well knowing that a certainty in life was paralysis to am bition. Hear and 'True 1 J Therefore we let the South furnish our army officers, our navy officers, our foreign consuls and min isters, and for half a century all our Presi dents. Hear. We treated them like spoiled children, and gave way to their un manly complaints, till at last we found that the ship of state was allowed to go to ruin, that tbo timbers were rotting, that the crew had robbed tbo cash-box and stolen the cabin furniture, ...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 1 June 1861

Vol.:l. SVTUUDAY '..-MORNING, JUNE 1, 1861. No. 15.1 The Daily Journal, itMUbi mry raoroiof, nmpt Friday and Snadijr. It will aontalb all the tatagraph toawa op to th boar of going to prewt, and aacb. ltcal and mlscellanaou ftawa a eoaiaa to band. It will Vt rurolihed to adbacribaratb; town at 10 centa par wnk, br 2 canta a copy. For tho ooontry la paskaga f At coplaa or mora, alxpanee a aak, or 26 eenta a month. Mrwa daaloraaappliadattha rataoftl a hundred. Tba WiKLt JoDKHAt U publlahad amy Friday morn, ing with all tUa lata talagraphle deapatchea, and la aant by nail for $1,60 par yaar; laft by tha carrier In town, $1,73 par yaar. 81ngla eoplaa t ernta. Ordara for tba Daily and Wsnxr JoonAt. ara aolleitad. The Daily Journal, Address I. M. KEELER. Editor and Publisher. Independent Guards, Ton ara raquaatad to unaat at tba Kngloe Houaa, to morrow (Saturday, tlat) at i o'alook p. n. for Drill. It la bapad rary member will be prraant. By order of the Company. Leasing of the Public Wor...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
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