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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 13 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. —n~ —— — : Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL; IL vmai&id* state, jo usual. (LATE ALjyujiDJOA, tjBWS,) Published every Evening, (S.jindays*exceptcd,) by D. TURNER & Co., CubUshei s and Proprietors, To vvtio'D all matters pertaining to the office must ° he addressed; - & Jllace So. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va Six Dollars per anmnv; Ui advance. Uc.lvered in the city by faithxulcarriers at fifteen . its per week. '..iglupopies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, o.4ii f.eT arat the di'sk, at three cents' pßr copy. Newsboys supplied at. liberal rates. RAd'F.S OF A D VFRTISI N gr, v y I (.'WEST TERMS) AND IKVAEIABJ. VIN ADVANCE. - .i I Insertion 10 cents per line.’ “ 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion ■ 8 !‘ . , ■ “ . . insertions 5 Qts. per Linefoi eacMnsertion '•,12 SJ 24 “ 1“--■“■ “' - " ■» % -•* ■ f■. .. » n .. 2 ‘ "HiATus ftffion cent u BUSINESS CARH>& lm\Der mll. ~ Counsellor and Atto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 13 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXANDRIA WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 13, 1864. VV. J. COWING,... 8. W. GIM-IS FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LM'fifJ, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT AA BREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE, Our Situation—Our Duties, The developments of the past two days leave but little doubt that the attack upon Washington is designed to be a formidable affair, and that its real object is probably to draw Gen Grant from Richmond. While we appreciate the magnitude of the danger to our cities, we would not have Grant loose his hold upon Richmond. Leave the people of the North, with what troops we already have, to take care of Washington and Alexandria. We can do it, even if Longstreet is on his way to reinforce the rebel army, as is rumored. If there is not spirit enough in us to do it, then we may as well give up. It is not enough that Grant has a great and noble army which could defend us, his army is not for that purpose—it is to capture Richmond —and meanwhile if we are worth defending we can take car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 13 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OF 11 ( WM. D. MaSSEY, Poai'MAaTSK. S^P.M^and W 6 a p hi M gton S “ d the Non " —«■ p SLULS r rom the North arrive at Sa. M.. nd# hVOFFICB open from BA, M. to 1 P u from 2to6P. M. Sunday, from 9 to' lo I. si WANTED AT THIS OFFICE two boys, ~ o 7eTo carry a route, the other to run errands and attend to the office. They must be active and intelligent, and bring with them good recommendations for their honesty and good character. Pails Chuuoh, &c—We learn from a patty who left Falls Church last evening that there were no rebels in that vicinity, nor had there been during the day, as reported in the Washington Star last evening. So another sensation rumor falls to the ground. At the fight near Mount Zion Church some days since between a detachment of Col. Lowell s force and a party of guerillas Lieut, Schuyler, of the 13th New York cavalry, was badly wounded aud left at a farm bouse in the vicinity. Major Pobbs and Lieut, Burns, of the 2nd Mass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 14 July 1864

, LEGAL-NOTICES. t i No. l?y. •• • ■ v -c i District Court of the United..States for j the East;.'! District of Virginia. « . To Joftph Sari, and tp all whomit May concern . i Gbbetinu : - ~ ' ‘i-'cjij Notice is hereby glroo. ThaC.'Ob the,2s». #y <»• May, 1564, all the Hull, - , lUle/.&t'Slt'sf Jiml estate of Joseph Hart, in and (a. all aiaf plece'of parcei of bind übouc qne half mile west of Morrison* yille, sitnaterirfn ---mid b dug in- the JGnahty V>f.Xfaooair 1 doun, in the ha; iH i Opsti Jot 01 Vif ?inia. ru;d bmm-. ded as f.-Uows : • Uo-the eiii b.v elm, land cauonrab W hite-nafi’tract. on'tne north'by ri.eMarsh faria'/bn the west by the Merchant f.r'rnmM oh thesoiUjtoßy theThds. White farm, containing seventy-five.’ more or-less . , > Wai seized by thedf irshat of the hte&tbv. said District as fo-felted to ’he i\se-oUthb .Uhi*£d States,'and the same iS Übeled' and prosediv ed i this Court in the name of the United •Stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 14 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. v;ji? w ‘|;. Olv t,j :■ 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, I'o tv hum all matteis pertaining to the otlioe must be addressed. >ihee No. 12 Royal street, Alexabuna, Va Sl\ Dollars per imuiun, in advance. lA.iyered in the city by faithtulcarriers at fifteen ui- i«t*r week. mglocopies in wrappers, all rea<ly for mailing, cm be Idd atili. 1 U»:.,k, at three cents per copy. Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. HATE’S OF ADVERTI SING, VKUV I OWEST TERMS, AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Hoi I insertion 10 tents per line “ 2 Insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion 0 tsMt 6 “ “ “S> “ 6 t0,12 insertions 5 cts. perlihefor eachinsertion “12 tb-24 ; ■ 4 “ “ “ “ v‘> *• 24 Ho 48 ■ “ 3 “• V “ ’ -I* t0,72 : 2, " “ “ 73 insertion and ever, 1 cent “ “ BUSINESS CAR I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 14 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. v* .. ALEXANDRIA: THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 14, 1864 VV. j,.COWING,.. Principal Editor. B. W. GILLIS Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM OF ILLINOIS. FOB VICE PRESIDENT ANBKEW JOHNSON, OP TENNESSEE. Our Invasion The rebels have gone, mysteriously, as they came, leaving the capital unharmed and its militia “unterrified.” They have departed altogether too abruptly; we hoped they would favor us with their presence a few days longer, until the military authorities on our side could have an opportunity to dispose of our forces to better advantage. But the Johnnies smelt too much powder among the fortifications of Washington: there were old familiar faces too, which they did not expect to find there. They were prepared to encounter raw militia and new recruits, but instead they met the veterans of the gallant 6th Corps, and displayed their appreciation of ‘ ‘the better part of valor’ ’ by getting themselves out of reach as speedily as possible. Where they have gone cannot o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 14 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OFFICE, WM. D. MASSEY, Postmaster. MAILS for Washington and the North close ai X* P. M., and 6P. it. » MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A. M., amis V M. •y-OEKICE open from BA. ii. to 1 P sad from 2to6P. M. Sundays from 9to it) A. M WANTED AT THIS OFFICE two boys, one to carry a route, the other to run errands and attend to the office. They must be active and intelligent, and bring with them good recommendations for their honesty and good character. Promoted.— pol. H. H. Wells, who has been so long Provost Marshal General for the defenses South of the Potomac, was yesterday relieved at his own request, and has since been promoted to the position of Inspector General, with his headquarters at Washington. This is a deserving compliment to a worthy gentleman and one of the most efficient officers in the service. While we congratulate him on his new honors, we cannot but regret that he has been called away from the post which he has so long and acceptably ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 15 July 1864

| OFFICIAL LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Passed aHk Session of the Thirty-eighth Cotgress. r (Public—No. 123.J An act making..appropriations for the legislative, executive ami judicial expenses of the Government for the year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty live, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the. Senate and House of Representatives of - the United Slates of America in Congress assembled, That lowing sums be, and the same are hereby appropriated, out of any money urthe treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the objects hereinafter expressed, for the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty.-five, namely; LEGISLATIVE., For compensation, and mileage of Senators, two hundred and forty-seven thousand four hundred thirty dollars. . ' For compensfttkm-of- the officers, clerks, messengers and others receiving an annual salary in the service of the Senate, viz; Secretary of the Senate, three thousand six hundred dollars ; officer charge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 15 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, . ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,)* by It. TUMER& Co.,' I Publishers and Proprietors. i o vvhom all matters pertaining to the office must be addressed. No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va. Six Dollnrs per nmmm. in advniice. Dt-.ivered in the’ city by faithful carriers at fifteen '•■iru per week. ■ i agio copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, oin lie l ad at the desk, at three cents per copy. ' 'aiders boys supplied at liberal rates. HATES OK ADVERTISIIVG, VKKV I OWEST TERMS, AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. P>n 1 insertion ...... 10 cents per line. “ 2 Insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “ 3 “ 6 “ “ “ “ 6 to 12 insertions 6 cts. per-linefor each insertion “ l£‘t6 24 “■ 4 “ “ “ “ “ “ ' 24 to 48 “ 3 11 “ “ ■ to 72 “ 2“ . - “ “ “ “ 73 insertion and over, 1 cent'** u l,i ' ' BUSINESSj:iARDS. A.McD(ffIAIJ), FOUNDER AND MACHINIST, CORNER OF R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 15 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. |p ALEXANDRIA FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 15. 1864 IV. .T. COWINO Principal Editor. B. \V. UILLIS Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM MWE«'LN, OP ILLINOIS.FOR VICE'’PRESIDENT A ABREW JOHNSON, OP TENNESSEE. Freemont Meeting in New York. A meeting of the Fremont party was held in Dr. Cheever’s church Tuesday evening, at which the Reverend Doctor made a characteristic speech in favor of the long-haired . man of destiny, and extremely denunciatory of the present administration. According to the Stray, a paper by no means friendly to Mr.. Lincoln, the meeting was a slim affair iu point of numbers if not in zeal, being 1 ‘by no means a large or enthusiastic one, only about half the seats being occupied, and this principally by the fair sex.” A Dr. Hart was called to the chair and made a short but “buncombe” speech. We copy the following extract from the Serald’s report of this effusion, which is quite significant of the views of even the small audience which assembled ‘ ‘to end...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 15 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OFFICE, WM D. MaSSEY, Postmaster. MAILS for Washington and the North close at 2# P. M., md 6 P. M. MAlLS''from the North arrive at 8 A. M., and 6 V M. open from BA. M. to I P M., and (. from 2t06 P. M. Sundays from otolo A. M WANTED AT THIS OFFICE two boys, one to - carry a route, the other to run errands and attend to the office. They must be active and intelligent, and bring with them good recommendations for their honesty anj? good character. Lieut. Winship.— Th-* many warm friends of Lieut. Winship, for so long a time Acting Assistant Adjutant General at the headquarters of the Provost Marshal General in this city, will be pleased to learn that he has been promoted to the position of assistant to the Provost Marshal General of the Department of Washington, with his headquarters in this city. His knowledge of the duties of the position will make him a very efficient officer.— Had it been left to the people of this city and vicinity to choose Col. We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 16 July 1864

[From the Boston Post ] GLOVERSON, THE MORMON A Romance. 11T AKTKMAS WARD . CHAPTER I. THE MORMON’S. DEPARTURE. The morning, on which Reginald Gloverson was to leave Great Salt Lake City .with a mail train oawned beautifully. . Gloverson was a young and thrifty Mormon, with an interesting family of twenty young and handsome wives. Hisunibns had never been blessed with children As often as once a year lie used to go to Omaha, in Nobra - ka, with a mule train, for goods ; but although he .had performed the rath r perilous journey many limes with entire safety, his heart was strangely sad on this particular morning, and filled with gloomy forebodings. The time for his departure had arrived. The high spirited mules wore at the door, impatiently champing their bits. The Mormon stood sadly among his weeping wives. * “ Dearest ones,” he said, “ I am singularly sad at heart, this morning ; but do not let this depress you. The journey is a perilous one but—pshaw ! I have always come back saf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 16 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL- Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Pub 1 iah ed evcry I F.veni ng; (Sundays excepted,) by l>. TURNER. Co., Publishers and Proprietors. Vo whom all matteis pertaining to the office must be addressed. Office No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va siix Dollars per annum. In ndvmu-c. Dc.ivered in liie city by far Hi ml carriers at fifteen •'i-» per week, iiiglecopies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, oiii be lad at the disk, at three cents per copy. Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES OF A OVERTIMING, Vr.HV LOWEST TERMS, AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. •'■ i I insertion ...... 10 cents per line. “ 2 Insertions? cents per line for each insertion *3 “ 6 •* 11 •“ “ “ 6 to 12insertions 5 cts. perlineforeachinaertion 12 to 24 V ■* “ ‘ 2! to 48 3 “ “ “ “ • 18 to 72 ■ “ 2 “ “ “ v“ “ “ 73 insertion ami ever, 1 cent “ BUSINESS CAR! is, A. iWcDOIKALI), FOUNDER AND MACHINIST, CORNER OF ROYAL AND WILK...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 16 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXANDRIA SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 16‘ 186+ iv. .1. COWING Principal Editor. B. W. GII.X.TS Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM MWCBLN; OB' ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT AW BREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. England and Denmark, The people of England are becoming lethargic. They once were distinguished for national pride and for spirit and energy in maintaining a character and position .which might well be the foundation of a true national pride. But alas, those days have long gone by ! Her pride baa degenerated into an insufferable vanity, and her spirit and energy are capable only of generating vast amounts of bombast and inflation, without producing that “godlike action” which alone is the indication of true greatness. She has suffered one who hut a few years ago was a despised adventurer, to advance the French nation far ahead of her in influence among the peoples of Europe. Unable to match his diplomacy, too slow and effete to equal his achievements in arms, she yields...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 16 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OFFK'K, wy, d. massey. postkahtbr. MAILS--for Washington and the. North close at 2 )i P. M., and 6P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A. M . *ttd 6 P. M. OFFICE open from BA, M to I P M., ami from 2t06 P. M. Sundays from ytolo A. M WANTED AT THIS OFFICE two boys, one to carry a route, the other to run errands and attend to the office. They must be active and intelligent, and bring with them good recommendations for their honesty and good character. Church Services — At the Methodist Episcopal church, Washington street, Rev. J. ML Cornelius will preach in the morning at II a. m., and the Rev. J. N. Davis at 8 o’clock in the evening. At Christ church, Episcopal, the rector, Rev. Thomas Drumm, will officiate morning and evening. At the M. P. Church, Washington street, the pastor, Rev. Mr, Whinna, will officiate morning and evening At St. Mary’s (Catholic) church, the pastor, Rev. Peter Kroes, will officiate morning and evening. At the Ist Presbyterian ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 18 July 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. " No. 170. District Court of the United States 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 estate of Joseph Hart, in end to,all that piece or parrel of land about one half mile west of Morrison-k-illo, sitiuitc, lying and b.dug in the County of Louloun, in the Eastern District of Virginia, and bounled as follows : Uu che east by the land called the IVhiteman tract, on the north by the Marsh farm, on ,he west by the Merchant farm and on the south by :heThos. White farm, cool lining,seventy-five acres no re or less. / Was seized by the Marshal of the United States for ;aid District as forfeited to the use of the United States, and the same is libeled and prosecuted i this Jourt 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-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 18 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. . VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by I). TURNER & Co., Publishers and Proprietors, i It whom all matters pertaining to the office must, he addressed. » Diflce No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va. Six Dollars per annum, in advance. I>< vercdin the city by faithful carriers at fifteen • n’s per week. oinglecopMs In all ready for mailing; ■ cm he had at the'desk, at three cents per copy. CaVriers and Newsboys supplied at ULeraLrates. ItA TKS 6p ADVERTISING, Vicky i owest tkrms,ani> invariably in advance. •;i I insertion 10 cents per line. “ 2 l.Hertions? cents per line for each insertion, “3* I “ (3 “ “ “ “ “ “ “ 6 to 12 insertions s’cts. perlirieforeachinsertion •• II: to 24 “ 4 “ •“’ “ “ “ 1 24 t.> 48 - .V 3 “ ■> “ “ u “ | ■ IS L-j, 72 ~ “ “- “ 11 “ “ . “ “73 insertion • and over, 1 cent “ “ BUSI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 18 July 1864

state Journal. 40- rV '■ ■ ‘ -A ALEXAFVRfA MONDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1864. ~., Principal Editor. Associate Editor W. J. COWING,. B. W. GllililS... FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LOCHIA', OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICK PRESIDENT AM BREW J OHM SOM, OP TENNESSEE. Claims Against the United States. The recent action of Congress in reducing the jurisdiction of the Court of Claims, will have the effect to deprive many of our loyal citizen^-of their just remedy for great losses of property, surrendered to the government for its use during the war. Compensation for property taken by the United States for public use, is a constitutional right, to which every ■ citizen is entitled under the original compact of government. We regret exceedingly therefore, that Congress should have Seen fit to legislate that right practically out of existence, by taking away the means of enforcing it. At the previous session, Congress had reorganized the Court of Claims, giving it full power to hear and determine all cases of clai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 18 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. AI.KXANUKIA POST OPtJCK, WM D. MA33RY. Postmastau. MAILS for Washington and the North elusc v 2# P. M., md 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A. M *ud tJ 1‘ U. opeu from BA. if lu J f' v: .. , i irom 2toGP. M. Sundays from 9tolu A. V Alexandria Arming! The uudersigned were appointed by a'resolution of Company A, First Regiment of Virginia Union Guards, a committee to prepare for publication a st itemenl of the organization of the Company, the preliminary proceedings, and a brief address to the citizens of Alexandria This Company has sprung into existence amidst the alarms and perils of war at our very doors, and with every reason to believe that it would receive a baptism of blood in defense of the firesides of our citizens. The armed hosts of the rebellion were beieaguring the national capilul; an attack upon our fortifications was momentarily expected ; many were not Without apprehensions that sympathizers with the rebellion were about to inaugurate pillage an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 19 July 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. ' * ; No. 179' District Court of tbo United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Joseph I fart, and to all whom it may concern , Gdeeting: NOTICE is hereby given, That, on the 25th day of May-j 1864, all the right, title, interest and estate of Joseph Hart, in and to, all that piece or parcel of land about one half mile west of Morrisonvillc, situate, lying and being in the County of Loudoun, in ClA'Eastern District of Virginia, and bounded as follows On the east by the land called the Whiteman'tract, on the north by the Marsh farm, on the west by the Merchant farm and on the south by theThos. White farm, contusing seventy-five acres more or loss. Was seized by the Marshal of the United Siatcsfor said District as forfeited to the use of the United the 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 t rial at the Court-room in thC Cit...

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