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FREMONT DAILY JOURNAL.
WEDNESDAY HORNING, MY IS, 1801
Fremont Daily Journal.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1861.
ISAAC M. KEELKR, Edito.
To tub Public. The lima for which we en
gaged to issue our extra has expired. Our ef
fort to giro the news hu been appreciated by
large number of our citizens, who have contri
buted liberally to the enterprise, but the reran
iteration baa not been of a character to justify
u in continuing the extra any longer.
In its stead, we purpose issuing a sheet similar
to this, to be called the Fa imont Daily Jourkal.
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 the public at the fol
lowing low prices: A single number, called for
at our office, si cents; in packages of 10 and up
wards for town subscribers, 8 cents per week,
and in clubs going into the country of not less
than five, sixpence a week, or 25 cents per month.
News dealers supplied at one cent a copy, in
packages of 25 and upwards.
At all places where we have been sending our
extra we shall be glad to send this sheet. Or
ders are solicited from every neighborhood in
The FaiMOKT Daily Joubbal is for sale at the
Drugstore, of C. R. McCulloch.
Our friends in town, who have boxes there,
tsers, eaa ban th Daily JoeasAL toll at ths Fast O0Im.
Our Daily Joubbal takes first-rate with the
people. It Is tae cheapest paper published, snd givss the
M.I much ssrUsr than any other daily paper sent to this
Soldikb's Guide. T. B. Peterson t Co., of
Phllsdslphis, will sand, upon tho rootipt of twenty-Are
cents, too "soldier's Guide, complete Manusl sad Drill
Book for ths of sll Volunteers, Militia and Home
Husrds." ' Ths hook appears to be s eooalM sad soars
niest llttls work, sad welt sdspted to convey wsnaldsra
Ms military loloruiaUoa to those for whom it is intended.
The telegraph states that the President has
ths ssost pesiUvs evidence that tressoa la brewing ia Bal
timore, sad that BMssares ars being tsasa to snub it
As a portion of ths trsalaisnt, ws would reoammead
hemp for Winaas snd others of that class. Let the prios
of treason be death.
The most frightful inundations have recently
occur red ia the Island of Java. Many II res wars lost, snd
man thousands of the people an without bread, without
an- asylum, and without clothes, la on plans seres
hundred people were drowned together.
It ia said that ths number of troops now in
Washington! reaches asarly ao,0OQ. The Urge proportion
of them ban hsretofore hsea hard-working maa, sad will
auk hardy soldiers. This Is particularly teas of the
PsnnarlTsnians and the firs Zouaves of New York.
It is reported upon good authority that all the
eoenpsaissaow ia Camp Taylor will be mustered loto ths
eeiTioe of the Bute, special proTisioa having been mads
af Corumbas Jor that purpose. This will be wsieome
saws as ths volunteers, was were baesenssg ansae end
apprehensive that soma sotnpanlee would be diakmadsd.
It Is said the fit of secession which recently
asUeSed Maryland, cost hu orer a cool 11,000,00, le-
psossis a dear school, bataoms peopls will lean la aa
The Mobile Register, in the game o( brag
bests area the Richmond (Vs.) Bssminsr. It eeyss If
ths war lasts Ire years, the tsrms of pesos will be dictated
st ths gates of Boston."
The Union Defense Committee of New York
City have expended, m equipping and provisioning ths
various regiments from that city, 1436,000.
Tbs 21it regiment, which is mads up of compeuies
from the northern pert of the Stele, comprises the follow
Huron (Juards, Captalo Cook, Company A-
Wood " (rr, B.
Wood Kellogg, C.
Putnam ' " Allen, D.
Putnam, " Trlft, K.
Hancock, ' " l-orrll, .
Hancock, ' ' Wilson, ' (I.
Seneca, Blackmsn, 11.
Ottowa, " " .Seaman, I.
Defiance, " Strong, K.
A Big Load of Bread.
Tbs etoamsr Roanoke Is lying at hsr dsck st tieorge
town, discharging twelve asueVes fens ef sresa snd 30,
000 soldier's blankets. No less than twenty-three vessele
are lying In ths Potomse, discharging cargoes brought
here by ths Government.
It is a significant fact, says the Albany Jour
nal, that ths voluntary contributions already reported
for the present year, exceed, by more thsu three fold,
those mads by the people of Greet Britsin during the Cri
mean War. And yet that road was heralded ss a most
extraordinary manifestation of practical patriotism. And
it was. That ode ring was for tbs comfort or Englishmen
sngmged ia a foreign war. This is for aur eoootry and its
The Nashville papers of the 8th inst., give
ths vols ia ths Tenassses Lexis la tare on the passage of
ths Ordinanoe of Secession. It wss as follows t
senate Ayes 30 ; nays 4.
Ifwi Ayes M ; asys 31.
A man boasting in s company of ladies that
hs had a vsry luxuriant head of hair, a lady present re
marked, that wss sltogether owing to tbs mellowness of
Six thirty -two pounders, from the United
States Arsenal at Pittsburg, with eacrtagea, balls snd pow
der, pssaed through Chicago oa Thursday last, for Cairo.
Rev. Mr. Beattie, of the Bethel, at Cleveland
Ohio, presented a revolver to on of ths soldiers of ths
Ssvwnth Regiment before bis departure, with the follow
ing injunction: "If yon get to a tight place sad hare to
use It, ask God's blessing If you hsr time, but be sure
snd not let your enemy get tbs start of you. Ton can
say smes after yon shoot.1
One of the Missouri volunteers writes from
ths camp of bis regiment to s friend la St, Louis:
- Pilot bread and beans ars vsry good for a limited e um
ber of meals, say two hundred, but, as a steady diet,
TIMELY LINES ON TRAITORS.
Oh, tor a tongue to earns ths slave,
Whass treason Ilka a deadly Might,
Comes o'sr ths councils of tho brave,
And blasts thsm In thetr hour of might I
stay urn's unblessed cup for him,
Bs dragged with treacheries to ths brine
With hopes that but allars to dy
With Joys that vaaish as hs sips, .
Liks Dsad Be fruits that tempt ths sys.
But turn to ashsa oa ths Hps I
His country's curse, his children's shams,
Outcast of Tiroes, pesos sad mans,
Oa tbs parah'd desert thirsting die,
Whlls lakes that Sow ia mockery nigh
Ars tadtug OB", untouched, untested,
Like ths ones glorious hopes hs blasted I
And when from earth his spirit diss,
Just Prophet, let ths asma'd oas dwsll
lsU Is sight of Paradise, .
Beholding Heaven sad Hall I
Got. Robinson of Kansas hu called for
tlevtn rtaimtntt from that Rteta. A Um.
call for so young a State, bat it will be met.
! tni tt i s
xne jxaDsa dovs served an ap
prenticeship in fighting Border Ruffians.
Enscrsj or nu Embaboo. The ma
rine list of the port of Richmond, Va-, bo
lonrrer anneavra in tha columns of thai Rink-
mood Daily Whig. Th oommemof that
city is wiped out.
Military Matters at the Capital.
Washington, May 11.
Twenty-eight thousand mon are garrison
ed hero, and ten thousand more are within
from thirty to forty miles of this point.
Three full Oerman regiments form part of
the array of protection.
The Capital is now surrounded by a cir
cle of regimental encampments, completely
controlling all roads from Virginia and
The Government contemplates the erec
tion of earth works at reeular intervals
along the Railroads running from the North
through Maryland. Preliminary survey
are now making.
I learn from the Nnvy Department that
the ports of Charleston and the mouth of
the Mississippi, will be blockaded within
In view of the events in St. Louis, the
Government bas resolved udoo comprehen
sive measures for the protection of Union
meu, and the suppression of secession move
ment in Missiouri.
A large body of Western troops will
doubtless be thrown into that State.
A Company from Chillicothe, that could
not be mustered into service, bas offered
tbe Governroeut a bonus of $4,600 for the
privilege of serving during the war.
Forty-five West Point Cadets are now
New York, May 12. The Great Eastern
made tho entire passage in nine days and
thirteen hours. She encountered tre
mendous gale on tbe 6th, and rolled heavi
ly. No seas went over her.
In the House of Lords, on the 20tb,
Lord Woodhouse stated, in reply to ques
tion, that the Government recognized nu
right or obligation to interfere in the con
flict unhappily commenced in America,
either diplomatically or otherwise.
Tbe London press, except the Times,
sympathize warmly with the loyal States,
and anticipates an early triumph for tbe
The Times fears serious conflicts if the
North is determined to force obedience.
Come Stats or Things at Mobtqomert.
A capital without any capital. A Pres
ident without any precedent, A Secretary
of the treasury without any treasury. A
Secretary of the navy without any navy.
A Secretary of the interior without any in
terior. A Secretary of foreign affairs with
out any foreign affairs. A Postmaster
General without any post office. A Judi
ciary without any judgment; and, in fine,
an Administration without head or tail.
N. Y. Lead.
We understand that a Company of Vol
unteers at Bellefontaine were notified that
they could not be aocpted under the requi
sition for three months, but could u rider
the enlistment for three years. Thereupon
73 oat of 81 members of the Company vol
unteered for the three years, their accep
tance was telegraphed to Co umbos and
forthwith they were ordered to camp and
departed on their war. This is tha way
men do when thoroughly in earnest