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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 30 June 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. d J ERMS —S6 a year in advance.] PL ii. IRGTMA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by L>. TURNER & Co., Publishers and Proprietors, lo whom.all-ulalters pertaining to the office must be addressed. Office No- 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va. Oollurs per antiuin, In advance. I'*-Jvered iu the city by f; ihfulcarriers at fifteen irsjrrweek. ugliicopies in wrappers, all readV for mailing, ' 1 ' ‘ 1 ■ : d at t hive cents per copy. tt *furSfTftid Newsboys'supplied'ah liberal rates. ftAU'ES OE ADVERTISING, anti 4 * l0WB! U' rsrms, an n invariably in advance. . f nsertioii . ..... 10 dents per line, ttei'y iertions 7 cents per line for each insertion he N .■ u . 44 ‘ 4 41 “ “ to 12 insertions 5 cts perl in eforeachinsertron •xa'rf^ 24 - 44 4 “ , '4b “ 8 •• '• *• - U‘2 “ 2 “ - k “• “ “ and over, 1 cent “ “ JfelTE JOURNAL. ar . ‘‘TdafS OF THE. UNITED STATES, corf the First Session of the. Thirty^eig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 30 June 1864

STAI'E JCJU RN AL. ' - ■ -. "AL-. 'ts.. ... ALEXANDRIA THURSDAY EVENING, JUNK 30, 1864. W. .T. COAVIiVI},... ....Principal Editor. B. w. GJLiHS Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAUAM LINCOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, OP TENNESSEE. The Norfolk Election A late letter from an intelligent gentipmnu of Nqrfolk, gives us some insight into the recent election held there, at which a number of persons voted to suspend civil government in order to get clear of paying their taxes. The writes says;—“ The secesb who wished to escape taxation—the rumsel.ler who wished to avoid the tax license—the small grocer who wanted to go “scot free” of expense—thegovernment employees, the detectives, the paid loafers and all who despised our Court as now organized, voted against civil, government. All our true Union men stood as firm as a rock. Gen. Millson, although confined to his room by illness,.went to the polls and voted for the whole ticket, and urged the friends who called at h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 30 June 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. Mortality of the City. —The mortality of - uw- city is fearfully on the increase. We are informed that there has been as many ns twen- ' or .thirty deaths among children alone Owing the past four or live days. The dis•se which seems to be Carrying this portion Pur population off n't such a rapid and fear-, rate is summer complaint—a disease all's worse at this season of the' year among ddren than a-t any other. The excessive t weather of last week, and the cold nights ■d mornings which have-since intervened, ill no doubt increase instead of- diminish the 'Ortality among the children. Parents, therehre, should be very-careful of their diet. If you would preserve their health, and perhaps their lives, give them nothing but the lightest and simplest food. Let 'hem have plenty of out-door exercise in the morning, but see to it that their clothing is sufficient to prevent their becoming chilled. Pluasant Excursion.—A number of ladies And gentlemen of this city left here ye...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 30 June 1864

paid. And it shall be lawfuUpr ttye'Secretary of the Treasury, from time to time, to make such regulations .respecting - the disposition to.be made of such circulating notes after presentation thereof for payment as aforesaid, and respecting the perpetuation of the evidence of the payment thereof as rpay seem to him proper ; but all such notes, oa being paid, shall be cancelled. And for any deficiency in the proceeds of the bonds pledged by such association, when disposed of as hereinafter specified, to reimburse to the United States the amount so expended in paying the circulating notes of such association, the United States shall have a first and paramount lien upon all the assets of Such association ; and such deficiency •hall be made good out of such assets in preference to any and all other claims whatsoever, except the necessary costs and expenses of administering the same. Sec. 4S. And be itfurther enacted. That whenever the Comptroller shall-become satisfied, as in the last ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. '.IMS—S6 a year in advance.] u. II xMA JOURNAL. LATH .NEWS,) every Evening;(Sundays excepted,) by D. TURNER & Co., 'ubiishers amf Proprietors, AU mattery pertaining to the .office must ■• - 1 ■ ' be - addressed. : ' •’ Office No,, i&Roya l^tjrpcVAl txvaanma. .Va. * lx DoHm-s i>vr ln advance > ered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen ’V * per week. LV r : r ‘V : *U ready for mailing, . . a,t Ax th* fie7k,'at three cents per copy, -amors Newsboys supplied - at liberal rates. RATJfe* : A U VF.RTiSII^O; WEST TKRMVAN'H fN VA,K I AD L X I,N ADVANCE, ortion . . 10 cents per line. -Ttions i cents per lino for each insertion MJ ■ 6 ■ - 1 '- -*y ,it ' J V ; e;j; .VP - • u" 7' -12 I -V.;.-'. 1 i‘if - ‘ *‘: ,y r •/;, “ -0A :R ' ■ Gy" "jfiSTX: r ; ''-kor and Attorney at Law, <1 JVotaVy I'ulitf f'. ' 'eiraSrof- ' Boyac Streets • ■ >LVMnS?j^P*SM : uejtea^a bq „ , -B *» Baijldittg JrfpfrSfn's » Marlt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL, ■ ALEXANDRIA FRIDAY EVENING, JULY I, 1864. W. a. COWING, Principal Editor. B. W. GIMiIS Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINTOEN, , OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Railroads and Telegraphs as Instruments of War. No truth is more universally recognized than the fact that the whole science of war has been radically changed by tbe inventions of the present century. Excepting that gunpowder is still found to 'be the best agent for working the enginery by which the destructive power of one nation is hurled against another, there is but little in our civil war in common with the wars of the last century. Then, armies were confined to the slow and toilsome march, consuming weeks and months where days now suffice. Then, railroad junctions had not established strategic points over the country, which must be taken or held. — Nor were the various armies that a nation could then put into the field, so connected by thejmagnetic telegraph that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 July 1864

local matters. Celebration of the, Fourth of July.*- - e have heard of no arrangements being ■de for the celebration or proper observance eighty-eighth anniversary of the Declaon of Independence by the loyal people of ? ity. The good old lays when the recurot this epocli was celebrated in every d village, at almost every cross roads r ery hamlet, seems to have passed by. it? Are we less patriotic than the ion which preceded us ? Are We less 1 for the great boon of a free Republi’ernment vouchesafed us by our fathl sealed with ih.ir best blood? Now 3 are passing through a second war—our Independence but for the perpejt the best and most liberal government deigned, smile upon—we should . M to’ recall to memory the trials and cissitudes of the patriarchs who first won for us that glory and greatness which we iuto maintain untarnished. In this second gle thousands are daily offering up their Q our behalf, and in years hence let us that their deeds of patriotism will be remembered and ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 1 July 1864

For Sale. FOR SAFE. EJVGtJVE and BOIEER, One Six Horse Power Engine ami Boiler, Complete. Any person desiring to purchase an ENGINE of the above capacity, with an upright BOILER, will do well to call and examine the one attached to the press-room of this office. It is our intention to procure one of lets power, and hence we propose to dispose of the one on hand. ap 15—tf I>. TURNER & CO. HOUSE AN 1* LOT FOR SALE. / CORNER OF FAIRFAX & GIBBON STREETS. \ Enquire at No. 64 King Street, je 9—tf J. L. DYSON. SALE.—TWO SMALL FRAME HOUSES, on Franklin street, near the corner of Fairfax street. For terms and further particulars, enquire at the State Journal office. my 23—tf Dealers in Ice. ICE ! ICE !! ICE !! ICE !!! OUR arrangements for a regular and continued supply of first quality NORTHERN ICE are now complete, and we can assure all persons who may favor us with their orders, that they will be promptly served at their dwellings or places of business du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. « • ■ “*■ i « ‘i KT * . i —s6 a year in advance.] ... . ’ L. 11. IK (A STATE JOURNAL, (LATH ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) ' * every Evening' (Sundays excepted,) by 14. TURNER & Co., I>i.t.ljsli«rs and Proprietors, ■ii till matt,Mg pertaining to the office must* no addressed. Office No. IS Royal stre.it, Alexandria, Va. Mx Hollars per annum. In advance.* ■ iveruj in the city by ful ttifulpm-riers at fifteen! a* * per week. lUgltcopies in wrappers, ail,ready for. mailing ‘yi »c h;i<l at lhe.de.sk, at three cents per copy, -arners-suid Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. « A TftS tf ft' /i ID VERTISI (V(;, RST PERM ,S, AN D INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. tion . 10 c.ohls' "p6r line, •■ions 7 cent ■ p»,-r line Cor each insertion % (3 “ “ insertions f> ots. pmJiriefdr each insert? on -4 “ 4 “ V , “ 3 “ • “ “ “ - “ Jt, , “ 2 “ “ “ “ “ tlibii and over, 1 cent “ “ Avail y of the Rebel .General L Gee. • ikeys are gods, wUatmusttliD peoplehe**'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. v ; ' *:'v v ' : * ALEX. I y 'JR I A SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 2, 1864. W. J. C0W1NG,.... Principal Killtor. B. W. GiiLIS Associate Editor FOB PRESIDENT ABRAHAM MWC«LI¥, j OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT AWBEW Jit-SISSON, OF TENNESSEE. The Fourth of July. In order to give our employees an opportunity to conform with the ancient custom of celebrating and properly observing the anniversary of our National : Independence, no paper wjll be issued from this office on Monday nest. We enjoin upon our citizens to do likewise. The day should be observed as a grand gala day throughout the whole length and breadth of the land. The True Talue of (sold The most unhappy class of speculators at the present time must be those who are trying to make a fortune out of the fluctuations in the price of gold. That a rticle tumbles about so unceremoniously, rising one day to 282, and the nest, coming down to 225, that no sort of calculation oi prediction can be made, which will be safe to be g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 July 1864

W)O.\L MATTERS. Excursion to Glymont.— By reference to l ur Advertising columns it will be seen that e St. Mary's Sunday School will, on Thursr ’ 7th Inst., leave this city on an excur- \ 1° Qlymont, that beautiful rural spot, 25 " down the river, and which is under the "Vement and superintendence of Capt. ■tckpole, so well known to our citizens lace of hosts and good fellows. We at the little ones will have a splendid and the older ones will not be far bell in the enjoyment of the occasion, band commodious steamer Fulton, of me, has been engaged for the pccas.a arrangement has been made with Governor by which passes for this yill not tie required, and he has also ' ,J the school the use of the splendid ■'aed to the post. Tickets for the j>Mar. wivF, .No. 319 King street, informs iiing that he has had a perfect rus}i .iUshmunt ever since his.aunouucerjilr paper of the fact that his large rgoods wopld be disposed of at the ,s. This is an evidence of the great •j advertisin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 July 1864

BUSINESS CARDS. ' LYSANDER HILL Counsellor and Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. OFFICE—N. W. corner of King and Royal- Street;, ALEXANDRIA, VA J je 23—tf r u:,VSL\ pkppm--.ss Attorney and Counsellor at Caw, OSW'ICE In Market Building tVimling Market. ALEXANDRA, VIRGINIA je IS—lf CtEUttfijt! OTGJKKd, •ITTOIIffEV AT DA W, 1 onier Prince and Was hint; to u Stri'clsj ALEXANDRIA, V.A. aug 17—u t>.R. J F. O’DANIEL, DENTIST, No. 17 North Washington street, s—3m ALEXANDRIA, Va. ~ DR. W. KILMER, ,■ iFFICE, No, 1.12, Pi'in re Street, corner Pitt * '■"•Vdt I- 1 ♦ ‘ A le\Hpihift“ A CARD, DAMHE.L SHAV, Jfferehant Tailor , Having .taken the stand formerly occupied by W. & A. Murray ; ■No. 19, North Fairfax Street,, is prepared to FILL ALL ORlJEßSehtrusted to him’, and promises to keep up the reputation of his predecessors. [dee 17 —tf PORTNER & RECIiER, DEALERS IN tir icrries and'TPro visions. WE are Just lu receipt of a large stoch ®f SUGARS, embracing all t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 5 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. $6 a year in advance.] L; U. IW S’! ATE JOURNAL, I. ATE ALEXANDRIA’ NEWS,) very Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by O. TURNER & Co., bbshers and Proprietors, matterspeitauiing to the office mUdt . bo ai'dre-AecE Rf>yaVsi:,\.et. Alexandria, Va. p*-* asi*«nujL, in advance. D:e city bj falthfuloarriera at fifteen ies in all ready for mailing, at j b>■ dyskj, at three cents per copy. Votvsbriy'- Supplied at liberal rates. •t t < fV- A 6 v kuTising, Vi' Invariably in advakcje. -ion 10 cents per line. 4o.n> ?<: ■ ut> porj.ine for each Insertion I fl’cta • rli!ieforeaCbiusert,’o:i n 4 •• *■ •• “■ * 'ifi , ; ;; ;• , •> , V.r cent'•• ••• r ‘ •• S'iNESS C.iR s. bVSA.iYDEBt HILL tscJlof and Attorney at Law, and \otapj Public. -N IV corner of King and Royal Streets, * i AjteXANDgtA, V A „-tt iAJLTinr^PUPPUtt iiey Vud Counsellor at Law, j In Market Building ffi»h;!ug Market, ALEXA-NDRI V ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 5 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL, - ' - ’,,, , I " ■ yJ sJ f' I j&Mt-* , if' J ''V'.l' 4 ~■• - - - - TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 6, 1864. w. J. COWH«, ...PrtttCijml Editor. B. W. OXjdLIS.r... ......Aasoclats Editor FOR PRESIDENT aiskaMAm ‘ . iOF lUiUtblS FOB. VICE PRESIDENT AN SJ ilk W j«5: IIA SON , OP TENNESSEE General GiJlmovo The confirmation by the Senate of Geu.Q. A. Gillmore as Major General U. S. Vpls. is a merited tribute to a tried, and worthy- officer. Gen. Gillmore has exhibited much;more skill as an accomplished engineer than sufficed to make Gen. McClellan commander-in-chief of the army, and we-haveionti been expecting to see his distinguished' services recognized by government. The impregnable position held by us at Savannah and Charleston, and the complete blockade of those ports, to say nothing of the reduetion- of; Forts. Pulaski and Sumter, the two strongest of the old fortresses on the. southern coast, and of the severe punishment which has been administered to Charleston, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 5 July 1864

local matters” A bEXA*DKU POST OFFJCF. V\ D. Massey, Postmaster, aUS for Washington and the North close at Rnd c P. K. US from the North arrive at 8 A. M., and 6 PPICK Open from Bj, M to I P M., and ’ o P. M. , Sundays corn 9to 10 A. M. ■rth, —A more quiet and orderly not visited our city at auy time years than that which came and - 83th Anniversary of the Decla- • National Independence. Save the in .ruing from the adjacent t noon by Capt. Nickerson, in he mortar schooner, no public fell under our observation.— terally preserved a remarkable by and disinterestedness in an the day, and in numerous inof business were not closed unday. The juveniles, as usual ■opped aud banged and phizzed ,um of powder, squibs and torvere,, we believe, the only class > who manifested an unabated sbed spirit of patriotism, two or three, pic-nics in the which quite a number of ladies « repaired early in the day, and ion bet iok the mselves down the I . at where splendid enjoyment , ed, and no ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 5 July 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. No. 179. District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Joseph Hurt, anti to all whom it may concern , Gbzbx'zno ; NOTICE is hereby given. That, on the 25th day at May, 1864, all the rivrht, title, interest and estate of Joseph Hart, in and to.all that piece or pat cel of laud about one half mile west of Morrisopvillc, situate, lying andb ing in tin- County of.Loudoun, in the Eastern District of Vir Unia, and. bentn* ded as f Hows : On the east by the laud -called, the Whiteman tract, on the north by the Marsh, farm, on the west by the Merchant Win and on the south by thcThos. White-farm, containing seventy-five acres more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United States for paid District as forfeited to the uso of the United* States, and tho same is libeled and prosecuted i this Court in the name of the United States, for condemnation for the causes in the said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the Court...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 6 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. 'erms : —s6 a year in advance.] L. 11. NIA STATE JOURNAL, ■ATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) •very Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by D. TURNER & Co., >llstiers and Proprietors, matters pertaining'to the office must . be addressed. No. 42 Royal street-, A lex an an a, Va. jlinrs per nmmm, in advance. n the city by faithful carriers at fifteen •’ek. ies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, at the dcsi>, at three cents per copy, and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. ATESOP ADVERTISING, ,ST TKRM.V. ANO INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. tion 1(3 cents per line. tiou* 7 cents per. Hue for each*insertion 4 6 44 " 41 “ “ insertions 5 ets. perlinefor eachinserllon 24 “ 4 *• >4 44 “ “ 48 “ a 44 44 .72 44 2 “ 4 4 4 4 “ 44 'rtTon arid bv'er, 1 Cent u “ “ 'INK'S CAROS. i(«A\iii:« 1111,1. ,usellor and Attorney at Law, and Notary Public. —N. W. corner of King anti Royal, Streets, ALEXANDRIA, VA. -tf ALVIN PEPPER uey and Counsellor at Law, V 111 Market B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 6 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. T, ' : ■ •. < "'V^' ALEXANDRIA: WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY fc>, 1d64. W . j. Pitocipal EditoT. B, W. GIGLIS ..Associate Editor rdfe president ABRAHAM IIM’OU, JpF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT ANIIBEW JOHNSON, Or TENNESSEE. Hon John C. Underwood The repeal of “the explanatory resolution'by Congress has brought to our mind again the distinguished services of our honored fellow citizen, Judge Underwood, through whose energy and ability, more than by any other means, that repeal has been effected. The recent action of Congress will have a very decisive effect in determining the construction to be put upon.the Confiscation Act. We have but little dout that the views of Judge Underwood will eventually prevail, and that to his decision the courts will look as authority in cases under that law hereafter. The explanatory resolution was adopted by Congress somewhat hastily, and in deference to the opinions of a few able lawyers in the Senate and House, and of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 6 July 1864

local matters. ai-kxandria POST OFFICE. W M I). MASSE\ . POSXMASTSR. *" r Washington and the N'orth close &t V _*y -ad 6 I>. AILS from the North arrive at 8 A. M., and 6 OFFICE open from 8 A M. to 1 P M., and to 6P. M, Sundays ;.om 9to 10 A. il v - Court,- -The Court met this morntsual hour, Justices McKenzie, W. H. S. Wunder, John T. Taylor obre being present. •mouth vs. Owens & Co., case of 'plication and issue cause ichard Courtney, ou an indictotion to quash indictment sus- U and testament of Wm. P.Quesprored in open court. Andrew rlified as guardian of Edith, heir jed. »■ on an Appeal. Cause Green, case attachment, yerdict and judgment against ation on the estate of Louisa eased, granted to Sydney F. Chapqu lificd and gave bonds according vs Fletcher, in case - jury, vei dgment against defendant. to quash indictment against Courtolation of Pilot Laws was set aside, was progressing at the time our re d. :E's Personal Property.—The fole some of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 6 July 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. No. 179, District Court of the United Slates for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Joseph Hart , and to all whom it may concern , Greeting; NOTICE is hereby given, That, on the 25th day of May, 1864, all the right, title, interest and es- , tate of Josepk Hart, in and to, all that piece or parcel of land about one half mile west of Morrisouville, situate, lying and being in the County of Loudoun, in the Eastern District of Virginia, and bounded as follows ; On the east by the land called the VN hiteman tract, on the north by the .Marsh farm, on the west by the Merchant farm and on the south by thcThos. White farm, containing seventy-five acres more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United Slates for said District as forfeited to the use of the United States,.and the sanie is libeled ami prosecuted in this Court in the. name of the United States, for condemnation for the causes in the said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand lor trial at the Cour...

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