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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 21 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (I.ATK ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) I Published every Evening, (Sundays executed.) hv I>. TURNER Publishers mad Pvopridois, | Tp whom all matters pertaining to the office mu. i be addressed. tfc***()llice No 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va Six l>ollm*« per auimm. iia advance. Delivered in the city by faith fill carriers at fifteen ■ cents per week. -Magic copies in Avrappers, already for maiDm . ' cin be 1 ad at the desk, at three cents per copy <’ai rii rs and NeAVsboys supplied :;( liberal rales 15 A TBS OF AO V Kls TIS i ii , - V> KK V 1 ('AV KST T ERM 8, AND IX V ARIA I! I, V I X Al> V A er . I*mi’ L insertion 10 cents per tin “ 2 Insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “3 “ 6 “ “ “ ‘ l “ “ 6 to 12 insertions 5 els perlinef,.re:d-‘ i i iL-tI U.i. ‘‘l2 to 24 “ 4 . ‘ 24 to 48 “ 3 “ 4 48 to 72 “ 2 4i ■“ 73 insertions and over, 1 cent “ “ “ NO. 11...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 21 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. if ) ■ ALEXANDRIA: I THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 21, 1.864. laj-jj. x\\ ■" ■ — : W J J, CO\VING,.. : . Principal Eilltoi 1 . W. GILLIS.. Associate Editor The Impending Struggle. We know nothing- about the perfection of Gen, Grant’s plans, or of his readiness to move against the rebels who are in his front, waiting and watching his movements, but it would seem to us that his plans were near perfected. He is in command of one of the finest and best armies ever organized on this continent; and we feel certain that when it moves it will be straight forward to the heart of the rebellion, A powerful army confronts it, and it will be led o_v one of the ablest Generals of the Confederacy—one who has been peculiarly fortunate in all las plans and movements during the progress of this war. But he will find more than a match in the great military genius whom he have to confront. He will find a differently organized army too —an army in many respects made up of men of an entire diffe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 21 April 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. * Business Notice. —-Having entered into new arrangements with regard to the publication of the Journal, I desire that all bills due the office prior to the 15th lust, may be settled with as little delay as possible. All persons owing me for advertisements or subscription will please honor the bills which will be sent to them at an early day. D. TURNER. Circuit Court Fairpav County—Tuesday, April 19, 1864.—Commonwealth vs. W. Hunter. Motion for new trial, and judgment on the verdict. Marcia E. Johnston vs. Josiah Millard, (in equity.) Application for an injunction torestrain the sale of certain lands in Fairfax county, known as West Grove, near Port Eyon, on account of the present depreciation of real estate in that vicinity. A temporary injunction was granted by the Court, for the • purpose of affording time to take further testimony as to the depreciation of real estate in that neighborhood, and the case was continued, to be hoard at Chambers. Friendship Fire Compan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 21 April 1864

NO. 151, District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Francis Mason, cmd to all whom it may concent, GeebtiN6 * NOTICE ia hereby given. That, on » f March. 1864, all the right, t tie n< a »U tateof Francis Mason in and to S cel of hind, about three milf* aTtuate lylnl ferry, and called the Kentuck tai , F-titom ■uni hpimy {n the county of Loudoun, in the Easteill District l of Virginia, and bounded on the north by toe land of A. Wi mi the ea* and south by .tho land of William Jackson, containing four hundred acres, more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United.States for said District as forfeited to the use of the United States, and the same is libeled and 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 for trial at the Court room in the city of Alexandria, on the first Monday of May next, when and where all persons are warned to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 22 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance,] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE- ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays executed.) by 1). TURNER & Co., Publishers and Proprielors, To whom all matters pertaining to the oilier must he addressed. No. 12 Rbyalstreet,Alexanmui, V« Six Dolinrs per annum. in advance. Delivered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen cents per week. Si agio copies in wrappers, all ready for mailim cm he had at the desk, at three cents per copy Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. HATES OP A DVKKTISINCS, f SKY U'WKST TERMS, AND INVARIAULV IN ADVANCEP«i [insertion 10 cents per line •“ 2 Insertions 7 pents per line for each insertion .. .. tie V “ u “ • r gto 12 insertions 5 cts. perlineforeachinsertion • 12 to 24 “ 4 *• 24 to 48 “ 3 “ “ *• *. • -Ist) 72 “ 2 “ 73 insertions and over, 1 cent “ NO. 115 District Court of the United States ior the Eastern District of Virginia, To Richard L. Rotchford, and to al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 22 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. xAvari.; / *-arY ANO t /, < m ALEXANDRIA: FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 18(34. W. J. COWING, Principal Editor-. B. W. GII/L15...., Associate EditorThe Baltimore Secessionists. We notice by' a Baltimore letter to the New York World, which, of course; is copied into the Gazette of this city, as a morsel of comfort for the faithful, and intended to keep their spirits from flagging, that a distinguished literary gentlemen who has resided in Paris since the spring of 1861, and who, of course, did not go there to blow the Confederacy' into consequence, is now in that city of blockade runners, and intends to go back to Paris in a few weeks. He brings - the alarming and startling news that Napoleon is about to recognize the Confederacy ! That Mr. Slidell “out shows” our poor, simplehearted and retiring Republican Minister to such an extent by the splendor and gorgeousness of his entertainments that it is having its effect—in other words, is telling upon the nerves of F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 22 April 1864

LOCAL* MATTERS. , . - ... ——- Business Notice.—Having entered into new arrangements with regard to ihe publication of the Journal, I desire that all bills, duo the office prior to the 15th inst. may tie settled with as little delay ns possible. All persons owing mo for advertisements or subscription will please honor the bills which will lie sent to them at an early day. D. TURNER. Fast Riding and Driving' —We have lately noticed much fast driving and riding on our principal streets. Yesterday afternoon a soldier succeeded, by means of curb and whip, in getting his horse, a fine looking animal, into a rage, and then started from near the post-office down St. Asaj*h st. at a frightful speed, 1o the imminent danger of whoever might he upon the crossings. We believe there is a military order in existence in this department prohili iting fast riding and driving in onr streets, and if there is not, we know that there is an ordi nance to the same effect, and we trust that one or both will...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 22 April 1864

POBTIVFIS & NtaCKVHt DK/ Lftnn iN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Army Goods, t.'or. King & »«. Assi|ih sis., ALEXaNJDKIA, Va P. & R. invite tne particular atteutior of— WISOOEIfS SUTLER*, And tlie Fublif in puii-al, To theii largo and choice stuck of AROOERJ.ES, PROVISIONS, AEMY & SUTLERS SUPPLIES, CVmsistiug of everything that the latter man could' desire. Havana A lioitteslk S'isfurs, 0# THE BkST I HANDS. PUifi-CHIT TOBACCO SMOXING TOBACCO, AT SOKBMBN PRICES, Groceries for the Camps. HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS, Of every description. Game, Poultry, Meats, Oysters, Milk, Fruits , egelab/es, etc., etc. VIOKLE3 AND CATSUPS iDAMAMTINE AND PAKAVIXK CAS'D) ft MAII.LARD’S CHOCOLATE, CANDIES, DROPS AND SYRUPS, HAM AND CHEESE .at low priets. CROSSE & BLAOKWEI.T/3 PJi'KELS and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH MLS I a KD. BORDEAUX AND NICE OIL. OLJ VR -, (A P ERS ANCHOVIES >.O or irH H R RING, SWISS CHEESE, >f Piime Quality S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 23 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted.) by D. TURNER & Co.. Publishers and Proprietors. To whom all matters pertaining to the office must be addressed. Office No. 12 Royal street, Alexanuna, Va. Six Dollars per niuuim, In advance, Dc.ivered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen cents per week. 'Hugh*copies in wrappers, all teady for mailing, am be had at the desk, at three cents per copy Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES OF ADVERTISING, V KEY I OWSST TERMS, AND INVARIAULV IX ADVANCE Dii l insertion 10 cents per line “ 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “ 3 “ G “ *• 6 to 12 insertions 5 cts. perlineforeac' inserUon 12 to 24 “ 4 “ “ •• 24 to 48 “ 3 “ *• 48 to 72 “ 2 “ “ 73 insertions and ever, 1 cent •* NO. 115. District Court of the United 'Stalea for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Richard L. Kotchford, and to a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 23 April 1864

STATE I /ITS 4\ I V ; , 'O. t \ ’""fee "r in^ &fco tj3^~ , f _ ALEXANDRIA: •■', -t J (,H *' *'■ T J . ' -••:•■ ■•>' 1 1 • fanning; aped. 23, iset. ftVJ. ClrtVlXG,..' PrljKcfpkl Editor. B. XV.iaiiAl*.... Associate Editor. aeg —— ~ .■ ■-1 ■''■■ -"•"• - Dperatlous.joT the Direct Tax C.om= ■ inlssioners. .-~Messis. John HawxHOSStv Giu-et •!•'. WatipraudjA., EAWuKsetT Foster' mo. llje Com-. tßiisronUrsappointed in accordance with an passed near one year ago.by Congress providing for the collection of direct faxes in insurrectionary districts within the United states, and, for other purposes. These, gentle-, «en opened their office in this city on the 15th day of September last, where they have since sontinned in the discharge of their official ditties Some days, ago a report was made-to flic opk-atiohs of all the Commissioners miiiar this law so far appniu- - abstract- of .which ..was . published in die Washington ■ V/tronftlej and Copied into dji*spap«p.-. We do n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 23 April 1864

local matters. Business Notice.-— Having entered into new arrangementsyyith regard to the publication of the Journal, I desire', that all bills dye the office prior to thy ,15th irisl. may be settled With as ’little,, delay'a|' possible. All persons, owing niq for advertisement's' or .subscription will please honor the bills which will, be sent to them' at 'nn.earlyplayA 17. TURNER .REyoiauS ,Services.c-At the .Ist Presbyterian church, Fairfax street, between Duke and Wolfe, services will be h§ld at 11 o’Auric i« ■the morning and half-past 3 in the afternoon, by the .Rev. B ; T. Hiscox, T). t)., Baptist, from New Work city, "The public are'invited to attend, At the Washington street. M. E.-Church, quarterly meeting services will Commence,, ihit Presiding Elder, Rev. John' Lanaliau, dflicia ting in the morning, and Rev. J. N Davis in. the evening. At Christ church','Episcopal, the Rev. Dr Comp; from Washington, will officiate .in the morning, and the Rev Mr, Jerome in the evening. ■ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 23 April 1864

— t Law Office and Claim Agency Messi's. MINER & Wlti-OHJIIBV. GII.BKRT S. MINER- Of «cii year™ jinr - tlee in and about Alexandria and Jv asmngtou and WESTEL WILLOUGHBY late T.,' ll y ’ S. Army, and for seven years a member o York Bar, have formed a Partnership in - PRACTICE OF LA" ' They will practice before and Military, and including the United i t. -nd , Admiralty Courts ; the Court Qt Canrat and .Be Departments in Washington. lennaii. Bounty ini, ail other claims of Officers and Soldier?, and can. arising out of the present wav will reeel. prompt. attention. OFFICE, Wo. 11* Sow ill i-toyal • <»■<•»■ < ALEXANDRIA, VA nov 14—tt MME. DBMORESTS EMPORIUM OF FASHION NEW tfRKSS MAKING fiSflPAßiiMlHMlfilV'r. 67 North Washington Street. MRS. ROSEKBAUM begs to liilos.su Ladies of Alexandria, that she has opened the above Dress waking- Establishment? and assures all who will entrust their work to hot . vare, that it will be made with neatness,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATH ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) bv t>. TURNER & Co., Publishers and Proprietors, l’o whom all raatteis peitaining to the office must be addressed. W?'-Office,No. 12 Royal street, Alexanuna, Va Six Dollars per iiuitmu, in atfvmiee. Dc.H-ered in the city by faithful carriers at‘fifteen cents per week. - inglecopies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, cin he 1 a,d at the desk, at three cents per copy. Cai m rs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. KATES OF ADVERTISING. 9 RRY ID WEST TERMS, AN 0 IN V A (IIA I! L Y I NAD V A NCI. lon L insertion 10 cents per line. “ 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “3 “ 6 “ “ “ “ “ 6 to 12insertions 5 cts perlincfr.i eneUinserUou “12to 24 “ 4 “ " V24to 48 “ 3 “ “ *• 48 to 72 “ 2 “ “ “ IS “■ ■' “ 73 insertions and ever, 1 cent “ “ NO. 145. District Court of the United Steles lor the Eastern Di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. pA'-A -j ALEXANDRIA: MONDAY EVENING, APHID 25, 1864. W. J. COWING, Principal Editor. D. W. GILIiIS Associate Editor. The Coming Political Contest. We believe we have heretofore alluded to the enterprise of Mr. Weston, who has recently started a new daily paper in Washington tailed the -A ew Era. It is an avowed Fremont paper, and is Very radical in its tone. If its course is endorsed by Gen. Fremont, or if he is in any way responsible for its publication, we fear it will result disastrously to him in the end. We can see no good which can result from a division of the Union party in the coming Presidential contest, but we can see where incalculable and irreparable disaster may be brought about by such a course. In 1856 we extended Gen, Fremont a warm and hearty support, and ever since then we have remained his admirer and supporter. But if he is to be the chief means of dividing and distracting the Union party in the comingcontest we shall most a*n-edly beg leave to be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 April 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. Business Notice. —Having entered into new arrangements with regard to the publication of the Journal, I desire that all bills due the office prior to the 15th inst. may be settled with as little delay as possible. All persons owing me for advertisements or subscription will please honor the bills which will be sent to them at an early day. D. TURNER. A Guerrilla Skirmish.— Lieut. Jackson came in yesterday from an extensive scout, and reports pretty severe work. He had with him about twenty men, and on Saturday night, when near Accotink, the party commenced scouring the neighborhood, and at about eight o’clock yesterday morning discovered a considerable force of guerrillas, who showed a disposition to put an end to the Lieutenant’s adventure in that direction. A sharp engagement ensued, resulting in the wounding of four of the guerrillas, aud two of the Lieutenant’s men, one slightly aud one seriously. The guerrillas finally broke and tied, having their wounded, andjlw...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 April 1864

NO. 161. District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Francis Masoji, and to all ruhom it may concern, Greeting: NOTICE is hereby given, That, on the 29th day of March, 1864, all the right, title, interest ami estate of Francis Mason in ancLto all that piece or parcel of land, about three miles southwest of Spinas ferry, and called the Kentuck farm, situate, lying and'being in the county of Loudoun, In Die eastern District of Virginia, and bounded on the north by the land of A. Loy, on the east and south by the laud of William Jackson, containing four hundred acres, more or less. „, , „ ’, Was seized by the Marshal of the United States for said District as forfeited to the use of the United States, and the same is libeled and prosecuted in this Court in the name of the United States, for condemnation for the causes iu the said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the Court-room in the oity of Alexandria, on the first Monday of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE .JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published -. very Evening, (Sundays excepted.) in 13. TURNER & Co., Publishers and Rioprielois. To -vho-o all matteis peitaining to tin-office must he addressed tfe?* Odice No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria. Va Six Dollars pel- lummu, lit lulvam t . Dv.wered in the ci|\ by faithful curriers ai fifteen jentd i« r week. ' - iuglu copies in wrappers, all ready lor mailing, cm he lad at the desk, at three cent' pm copy. Carriers ami Newsboys supplied at lii-crr.l rat.-, RATES OF Al> V ICU'l'lS iW U . VfiRS u WEST TERMS, A N i- INVARIAULt IN .VDVANCt. For I insertion lb cents per In “ 2lnsertions7 cents pei line for each, insertion “3 " 6 “ 6 to 12 insertions 5 cts pur line for insert* on “ 12 to 24 “ 4 “ “ *• 24 to 48 “ 3 “ “ 48 to 72 “ 2 i; 73 insertions and ever, I cent “ no: ns. District Court of the United Stales lor the Eastern District of Virginia. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. A A - • * \ ' ? >;: ~i ALEXANDRIA: TUESDAY EVENING, APRII- 26, 1864. W. J. COWING,., \ riaCl f£ B. W. OHMS .Associate Editor- State Convention. The near approach of the Baltimore National Union Convention renders it necessary that some action be taken by the Central Committee of this State looking to the appointment of delegates. Our present mail facilities renders it exceedingly difficult to communicate promptly with all sections of the State, and we think, the Convention which will be required to nominate these delega es should he called at least a month previous to ®aOUltt DC CIUMSU « - the day of its assembling. We are aware tha many of our citizens are of the opinion tha if our delegates are properly appointed an commissioned to this Convention that they will not even then be admitted to seats, ut we do not entertain any such opinion. But even-if we did we should advise the policy ol appointing them. Let the State Central Committee act in the premises ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 April 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. Business Notice. —Having entered into new arrangements with regard to the pu tcation of the Journal, I desire that all bills due the office prior to the 15th mst. may he settled with as little delay as possible. All persons owing me for advertisements or subscription will please honor the bills which will be sent to them at an early day. D. 1L Kin-bit. Services. —Rev. Dr. Hiscox, pastor of the Stanton street Baptist Church, New York city, will preach in the First Presbyterian Church, (Fairfax street, near Duke,) this (Tuesday) evening, at It) o’clock. Also at the same place ou next Sabbath at 11 o'clock, a. m. and p, m. A ineeting-for prayer and conference will bo held at the same place ou Friday evening of this week at Tj o'clock. Ths public are kindly invited to attend. Grand Concert. —A grand operatic and instrumental concert takes place to-night in Washington, at the old Washington theatre. Brignoli is the principal attraction, and will be assisted by Miss Laura H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 April 1864

POUTIVEK & RECKKR DKt* liKiva IN GROOERILS AND PROVISIONS iOTELUM aMIPTOIF^ Army Goods, &c. Cor. Kills' & »«• ALEXANDRIA, Va i 3. & R, invite tae particular attentior of— CISOCERS SUTLERS, And the Public in general. To theii large and choice stock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ARMY & SUTLER’S SUPPLIES, Consisting of everything that the inner man could desire. Havana & liomesise Dinars* or tub best i rands. FINE-CU'F TOBACCO SMOKING TOBACCO, AT NOUTHERN PRICES Groceries for the Camps. HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS, Of every description. Game-, Poultry, Meats , Oysters, Milk, Prints, Vegetables, etc., etc. TICKLES AND CATSUPS aDAAIAMTINE AND PARA KIN E CANDI MAII LARD’S CHOCOLATE, CANDIES, DROPS AND SYRUPS HAM AND CHEESE. at low price? CROSSE & BLACKWELL’* PVCLiSH i dJAIs and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH MUSTARD BORDEAUX AND NICE OIL, OLIVES CAPERS ANCHOVIES ' r '7'-- T - . \j, r<! it H FT YR RING, « S...

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