“Another Jubilee [Jubilee] at Oberlin,” Cleveland (OH) Herald, July 9, 1859, p. 2: 1.
Daily Cleveland Herald
Another Jubilee at Oberlin
Don Sailer, Dickinson College
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Another Jubliee [Jubilee] at Oberlin.
BUSHNELL, the only “Rescuer” now in jail, will be discharged on Monday. His friends will escort him to the cars, and there will be a grand reception at Oberlin, such as has not yet been known.
The triumph of the Oberlin “Fanatics” over the Federal officials grows in proportions every day. That triumph is complete, and of course the “Fanatics” feel good. We hope there will be a good turn out on Monday, and that a thousand men will go to Oberlin to help swell the tide. The time for shouting has come.
The Railroad will take passengers to the Jubilee for half fare.