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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fremont journal extra. — 1 June 1861

Fremont Daily : Jonrnal. SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1881. - I8AAO M. KEELER, Editoe. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Chicago, May 81 9,30 p. m. Senator Douglas still gradually siukiDg. His phy sicians entertain no hope of his recovery. Tillotson Guards. This company was named in honor of C. O. Tillotsom of this place, a compliment well de served and worthily bestowed, in consideration of his well known patriotism and liberality. '"' The election of officers for the company took place yesterday afternoon, and are as follows: Capt. M. H. CaowLi tstXieut J V, Bnwrr 2d Lieut. A. J.. Hals. Orderly Sergeant Elisha BiaosasTArr. These gentlemen will make a capital est of officers, and they have a company of aa good men to command aa any in the State. The company will leave aa soon as orders are received. The Volunteers of Capt. Cro well's company can have the Daily Journal free of charge without a "card from the Captain" by calling up In our office. We conaider "every man's word aa good aa his bond" who volunte...

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. — 1 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. Chicago, Mny 31. Ouo o'clock p. m. Senator Douglas' condilion about I bo name as Inst night; if any change, is worse. New York, Mny 31. Orders worn issu ed yetsrday lo arm and equip seven regi ments. Soino six regiments leave here to morrow and Sunday for Fortress Monroe and Washington. The Times says it it understood that the habeas corpus writ in the Merriman case will bo suspended and possibly the functions of Judge Taney. Baltimore, May 31. A steamer from Fort Monroe which loft there yesterday, ha-i arrived here. Gen. Butler epent Monday at Newport, where the greatest confusion has prevailed from wbdI of experience on the part of the Qunrter Mnstcrs and Commissaries,' pro visions not having been promptly distribut ed. , Foraging parties provided liberally for themselves, and in some instances wanton ly destroyed property. Col. Phelps, of the Vermont regiment is now in command of (bat post. - Shortly after midnight a party of disor derly . men approached the P...

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. — 1 June 1861

Daily Journal. Willie is a Rifleman. Oh, Willie it t rifleman, Noble and brare it he; gallant, dashing rifleman. Anil all the world to me. For I ne'er love a coward. Who holda hia life to dear That he cannot join the patriot ran ka As a rifle volunteer. But Willie haa noble heart, ; He fears no battle err, He'd proudly bear a gallant part, He'll conquer or he'll diel Ha bravely joint the gallant dan, And scorns the thought of fear; ' 80 noble it the rifleman, 1 The gallant volunteer. A Gentleman of Entire Reliability. [From the Lounger in Harper's Weekly.] It it to bo hoped that the gentleman of entire reliability wbo arrives every day from Virginia in Washington, will soon remain Deruoauently in the capital, or make up his wind definitely as to the exact number of southern troops be baa seen or beard of. On Monday ibis entirely reliable gentle man arrives, having traveled through the whole length of Virginia, and reports fifty thousand men assembled at various points, and General B...

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. — 3 June 1861

FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL. Vol. i. MONDAY HOMING, JUNE 3, 1861. T No. 10. The Daily Journal, bmbli.hd .very mornlnt;, except Friday and Sunday. - It will eon tain all th. Ulvsraph new. an to 1h. honr of g.ing to preaa, and auch leoal and mlaeellaneoaa newe aa cornea to band. It will ba furniahad to aubacribera In town at 10 oanta per weak, or 8 oaota a copy. For tha country In peckagee of At eoplaa or nore, aixp.no. a waak, or 26 cent, a month. Newe oealere supplied at tb. rat of (1 a hundred. ' Th. WanLT JocairAl, ia published every Friday morn, tog with all tha Int. talegrapble despatch, and la aant by mall for 91,60 par year; left by tb. carrier In town, $1,74 per year. Single ooplea cents. Ordera for the Daily and Wsbklt Jocknal are solicited. Address I. M. Editor and Publisher. If you m'uth to keep posted in the war news, call at our office and get the Daily Journal. It ia publiahed by 6 o'clock in the morning, and contains all the telegraph despatches up to that time. Price, 3 cen...

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. — 3 June 1861

Fremont Daily Jonrnal MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1881. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor. STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS. Chicago, June 1. Senator Douglas is a little better to night. Hia friends are somewhat en couraged. Chicago, Jane 2. Physicians think alight im provement in condition of Senator Douglas to night. He is still unconcioua the greater part of the time. The ladies' Fair and festival at St. Clair's Hall on Thursday and Friday evenings last was very successful. The nett receipts amount to about $175 00. 8toho Talk. Gen. Webb, of the New York Courier and Knquirer, says: "In the garrison in Fort Pickens we have a son, whose death we would much rather record aa having perished beneath the ruins of the Fort, than be compelled to announce that it had been surrendered to the rebels without the loss of a man." A South Carolina lady, recently arrived in Few York, who has heretofore held to the South, writes to her husband at Washington, aa follows: "I say our Government now, for, since they shot Ellsworth, I w...

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. — 3 June 1861

Saturday's Report. (Tribune's Despatch.) New York, June 1. Several Virginians (Union mon,);arrived in Georgetown to-day, having been forced to loavo their homes by threat of violence from secessionists, if they remain. Such of the Union men io counties in Eastern Virginia opposite this city as can, are escaping. A gentleman from near the North Caro lina line, arrived hero, says the store-house of supply for a large portion of the Ssuth ern country is three flouring mills which are turning out 3,000 barrels of flour daily, all of which goes to feed treason. Thoro are thousands, io his opinion, who only want to see Federal bayonets and the Federal flag. - to return to their constitutional obligations. A portion of the Garibaldi Guards, who went down to the Arsenal yesterday for guns, on receiving muskets throw them down, declaring that they would bavo rifles. The officers to whose fault this broach of discipline is attributed, may be cashiered to-day. The regiment received muskets at ...

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. — 3 June 1861

Daily Journal. The March Into Virginia. A correspondent of the Wheeling Intelli- ? sneer went with the advance regiment rom Wheeling to Grafton. The weloome of the troop at every station was the wild eat for imaginable. At every station and every honse people greeted the soldier with cheering and the waving of bate and handkerchiefs,aud the women and girls when thej had no handkerchiefs, waved their bonnet and aprons. At one house by the road side, an old lady who seemed excited to the highest pitch waved her hands till the train was entirely past, and thon gave vent to her overwrought feellings by yield ing to a flood of tears. Such was the exu berant joy with which the people, alarmed but the hour before by undefined apprehen sion, welcomed the appearance of their de fenders. At Mannington, 60 miles from Wheeling at the trains rolled in, they displayed the American) flag, and with that, and the gleaming of a thousand bayonets, the peo ple almost went wild with enthusiasm. . In a v...

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. — 4 June 1861

t.JI-J' - " I tte Vol. 1. TIESDiVY HI0RIVI1VG, JlNE ;4, 1801, - - The Dally Journal, . republished eerj morning, exospt Friday and SnnUar. It will contain all the. teleirrapli newe up to the hour of goiug to press, and aoh local and mlseellaneotia newe a cornea to hand. It will be furnished to ubacrlhari In tnwn at 10 cenU par week, or 2 nte a cop. For tha country ia packages of ty copies or mora, sixpence a - weak, a 26 canta a month. Newt dealer supplied at the rate of (1 a hundred. The Wsbki.t JooaxiL ia published erery Friday morn ing with all the late telegraphlo despatches, and ia sent by mall for $1,60 per year; left by the earrkrr in town, $1,76 per year.. Single copies 8 cents. ' Order for the DalLTanil Weekly JonawAL are solicited. Address I. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. Many Post Office bags and pouches used in the Southern service have teen stolen. Their keys unlock Northern bftgsj hence the adver tisement for a new lock, - " j; " Jeff. Davis, accompanied by Tooinbs ...

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. — 4 June 1861

Fremont Daily i JorirriaL TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1861. I8AAO M. KEELER, Editoe. Stephen A. Douglas Dead. Tar amral dare out iniMtoikmkM enter tained throughout the oeuatry that th intelligence of tb riolent llloeea of Hob. Stephea A. DonglM would soon he followed by IkianoutHMil of btadoeeae For tbe lul three deye the telegraphic nport bad (iron ue com bop that ha woald moorer. Ia tha despatches of ya torday moratog, we thought wa eew tha eigne of mending; ant, ales I only a few briaf hour and tha telegraph bring! th following whioh cerriee aadoaaa ta all heart; Caicaoo, June 8J, MSI. Senator Douglas diad at t o'eloek 10 mutuuM tbia mom lag. Thoee ia attendance at tha Ubm war Hra. Doaglaa, Dr. Miller, Mre. Oatte, i. Madteou Catta, Jr., of Waahtngton, D. P. Rhode, of Clereland, Dr. alcBlcaer, Speocer C. Benham and Dr. Bar of flhleago. Hit remain will be takaa fro at bar aa Wednaedar to Waahingtoa. Than few Una fall with atunaiag weight upon tha whole people, gadnaaa o'anpraad erery face, a...

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. — 4 June 1861

on most all public buildings t half mast and draped in mourning, (iov. Morton or dered flags at camps draped in mourning, and at bulf-mast, and hour guns to be fired for twenty-four hours. , , New York, June 3. TownsendV regi ment Scott Life Guards left for Fortress Monroe. .--!- Erie, June 3. On receipt of the news of Senator Douglas' deatb, minute guns were fired, the bells tolled, and the flags of tbe city and harbor placed at half-mast. Fort Kearney. June 3. The Pony Express named ywterdoy with Han Francisco dates to May 5M. Steamer St, Louis sailed for Pana ma on the 31 st, with 80 passengers and $69,000 in treasnre. The arrival of the steamer St Louis and Pony Express with news to the 13th, slightly encour aged the disposition to ship treasure. Exchange ruled at 6 per cent premium, but some leading bankers were not selling. The municipal election in Sanfrancisco on the 21st, resulted in the triumph of the People's Union ticket by an average majority o( la. lite contest wan ver...

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. — 4 June 1861

Daily Journal. Fort Sumter. jLt timfnmr, by VttftaUa Lodr. still is the Date. , Loud be Ui pate of triumph rung, . .. v Forgot the battles HomeT sung; v Let all men under heaven eee , "What Southern chivalry hath done; The day that Saw Fort Sumter won, ' i&evau thousand Sonquered seventy! Let heroes from Thermopylae To Waterloo, forgotten be; - . . ' i f Our faith in them is shaking. Their deeda were rather grand, I kno;- But not, though we have praised there M, ' - At all like Bumter's taking. (' : Thank God! If 'twas a bloodless fight, ' 'f ' Even brother foes in this unite; , ' ' May only such our heaven seel But none can take from 3outhern men "' ' The feme of that great battle, when ' " " Beven thousand conquered seventy! '. ' —Harper's Weekly. Ohio Troops in Virginia. From - Columbus despatches to Cincin nati papers we take the following : .,- "Lieut. Sullivan, who ' was gent by the Adjutant General to Virginia as messen ger with provisions for Ohio troops, has Iust return...

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. — 5 June 1861

Vol. 1. VEI)ESI)A 3I0HM(i, JIM ti, 1801, A0..I8. - Tlie, Daily Journal, ltpuulialied every morning, except JTiid'iy anil riumUiy. It will contaiu all the teleyrnpli news up to Hie hour of going to press, ahd such loe.il snd miscellaneous news a ' .'omen to hand. ' ' ' It will bo furnished to subscribers In town at 10 rants per ' week, or 3 cents oopy.., 'or tho country in package of live copies or . morn, sixpence a week, or coots m month. News dealers supplied at the mteof i a hundred. The Wkeklt Joorxal is published every Kridny mom. Ing with all tha late tetegraphlo despatches, and Is sent by mail for E1,S0 per year; tuft by tha carrier bi town, , $1,76 per year- Single oupies 6 coots, Ordors for the Daily aud Weekly Journal are solicited. Address I. M. KEELER, Editor and Publisher. THE DEATH OF DOUGLAS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING HELD AT PROCEEDINGS OF THE MEETING HELD AT BIRCHARD HALL MONDAY EVENING. In pursuance uf tho citll issued Monday af ternoon, signed by h number of our ...

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. — 5 June 1861

Fremont Daily Journal WEDNESDAY, JUNE fi, 1861. ISAAC M. KKKLER, Editor. Douglas to be Buried at Chicago. At will be noticed in our despatches, the re - mains of Senator DouaiAS will not be taken to Washington for interment, as was at first an nounced. He will be buried at Cottage Grove, Chicago, aud the funeral will probably take place on Friday. An Incident. Monday evening, at the cIom of tbe Funeral March vf the Tulouoa Gourds, halt ni mad on tbe square ia front of the Court House. Captain Ceowau. arranged btaawnlna hollow square, and than brought hti wife forward and introduced her to them all. It waa a pleasing and tnterecUng ansae, wotoh will not soon ba forgotten by tbo Captain'a wifa or hti gallant comrade. It wai witnessed by but few of onr ei tisane, and. Using withont ostentation or display, waa aa free aa if it bad ooenrrod lo a prlTata parlor. That friendly, heartfelt eocgratnlation will be a tellsmanie ebord to vibrate through ererj sold ier's biml, and whether on the ...

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. — 5 June 1861

ion sentiment, tliere) by ilie sere-Hinhfets. The Richmond Examiner huh 5.01H) unem ployed negroes tliere. Manual labor stagnant. Louisville Journal editorial says Col. Amler deraon will take no military command there, but gnea to the mountains of Pennsylvania on account of failing health. Louisville, June 4. Fifteen hundred muskets from government came across the. Ohio river to-day, and wore distribued hero. Atlanta Intelligencer of the 1st, learns that 2,600 troops left Ponsacola for Rich mond. U.S. propeller Union and flag ship Minn esota off Savannah baron the 30th. Washington, June 4. Report that troops near Cincinnati are ordered to Louisville as Kentucky brigade, is without foundation. A battalion of District volunteers left to day, taking ten days provisions; they went toward chain bridge, above Georgetown. Other troops move to-night in other direc tions. Chambersburg, Juno 4. Secessionists of Alleghany, Frederic, and Wasnington coun ties, Md., nominated Col. Schott for Con ...

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. — 5 June 1861

Daily Journal. What Fremont is to Do. A Washington dispatch to tbe New York Times says : I am enabled to send you a sketch of the work which will be assigned to Major General Fremont, on the acceptance of the position tendered him. He will be placed in command of tbe Western division of the army, which is to move down tbe Mississippi river. The force will go down in a flotilla of gun-boats.- Part of it will land, forming an attacking party in the rear of the fort or fortification, while the gun-boat will engage the same in front.' His instructions will be discre tionary as to details, but positive as to tbe rrepossessiog and occupying of all territory now held by secession forces, all rebel cities, and places of defense, nnd all appearances of offense that may present themselves in his onward march. That this will be an important branch in the grand movement contemplated by the Oovernmet is apparent, and it is also evi dent that to successfully carry out such a comprehensive design ...

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. — 6 June 1861

' :':FMMO'NT:' Vol. 1. THURSDAY MORNING, JIIVE 0, 1801: " No. 19. Tb Dally Journal, Is published every morning, exo.pt Friday and Sunday. It will contain all tb. tlrph nw. up to th. hoar of going to pro's tod 111160 toc1 oa mlsoellaneoue n.wo a. com. i to hand. It will bo furnished to subscribers In town tl 10 cents per Hk, or 1 oenta a eopy. Forth, oounlry in package, of At. copies or more, aUpeao. a week, or 2o emit, a mooth. News dealers supplied at tbe rate of $1 a hundred. Tb. Weekly Jocexal li published .very Friday morn, ing with all tb. lata talegrapblo deepetchea, and la nent by mail for 1,W par year; left by th. carrier In town, ' 91,7a per year. 8ingle coplea ft cent. Ordoro for th. Daily and Weekly JouniraL are solicited. Addreea , LU. KELLER, . . , i . . Editor and Publ laher. The Boaton Fast felicitously remaiks that th. " loyal Union me of Virginia, at thla hoar, are nnder the rank eat of despotism ; and It la precisely true to aay that Win field Scott, in th. nujeatl...

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. — 6 June 1861

Fremoirt Daily tonal. . THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1861. ISAAC M. KEELER, Editor. Capt Crowell hM not yet received or der! to proceed to Camp. Army Correspondence. CAMP DENNISON, June 3, 1861. Editos Joubnal: There ii uothing, probably, more monotonous than camp life. So long as the officers exercise lenity and patience by grant ing "passes" to the men, when asked, the men may wear away some of this monotony by occa sional strolls to different parts of the camp, or by an adventure into the surrounding country. The routine of duties Tery soon loses sll at traction, and the geniua of the men fails to invent amusements that will prevent many of the hours from hanging heavily. The past few days have been rainy, which has worked a cessation of drill, and lesves the vol unteers to lounge at their leisure. A company of Artillery with sis 13-pound guns, carriages, and forty -eight horses, number ing one hundred and twenty-five men, arrived in camp yesterday, from Detroit. There has been no departure...

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. — 6 June 1861

Yesterday's Report. (Herald's Special.) ' Washington, June 4. There was no for ward movement luat night, ah information was received by Gen. Seolt Into in the eve ning, that several thousand rebels were at Cenetrville, ten miles from Alexandria. The result was that each of our regiments on Virginia sido was notified to be prepared for night attack. Preparations are going on in several commissary departments for six, eight, and ten dayB rations, for many of i our troop, indicating forward movements. Intelligence reached Fortress Monroe yes : terday that a scouting parly of Col. Allen's . Troy regiment had been taken prisoners by a body of 500 rebels near Hampton on the previous day; but Qen. Butler doubted the report from the fact that the country in that direction bad been thoroughly reconnoitr ed, and no such force of rebels could be dis covered. The General immediately order ed Col. Drury'a Zouaves to pursue the rebels and recapture the parly if they had been . taken. - Slaves con...

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. — 6 June 1861

The Volunteer's Adieu. BY JOB BARNARD. Adieu to the joys of my boyhood ; - My home, for summer, adieu ; To gay rippling rilla, I'll not wander Thia May through the green glena with you. The glee of your rapturoua laughter, With warblea the wild wood-birds trill, May quicken the heart-throbs of others, Bat mine with the drum-beat shall thrill. Adieu to the deep-shaded forest, The orchard, now snowy in bloom ; And lakelet, just back of the meadow, That mirrors the clouds and their home. Farewell to my early companions, The sharers of all my young joys ; May life e'er to them be as shadeless A when we together were boys. Farewell to the nymph of the castles I've builded on pillars of air Sweet Pearl who bewitehee my fancy The lass with the night-colored hair. Perhaps aha may say, 111 repine not," And soon smile away every tear ; " A patriot, strong and true-hearted, I'd not for such trifles wish here." Kind sisters, grieve not that I leave you The warfare of freedom to learn. Farewell,...

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. — 8 June 1861

F R B MONT DAILY ' J 0 U UN A fcr Vol. 1. SATURDAY MOMLXG, JUiVE 8,- 1861., ,; Jo, 20. The Daily Journal, It will contain all the telegraph news up to the hour of going to press, and such l"cal and miscellaneous news ax comes to hand. It will be furnished to subscribers in tonn at 10 cenU per week, or S cent a copy. For the country in package of five copies or rooro, sixpence a week, or 26 cents a montli. News dealers supplied at tha rate ofl a hundred. The Wriixlt Jocxxal is published every Friday morn. ing with all the lata telegraphic despatches, and Is sent by mail for $1,60 per year; left by tho carrlf r in town. $1,73 per year. Single copies 6 centa. Orders for the Daily and Wmklt Jocrkal are aolldted. I. M. KELLER, Editor and Publisher. The Confederate 8tatea have furnished Tonnenaee with 17,000 stand of arms, in addition to tho so in the State Ar senal. Tha subscriptions in New York, up to Saturday to the Missouri volunteer fund, reached $11,600. Mctt aw at Pkillippi," a the...

Publication Title: Fremont Journal Extra
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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