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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 19 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] • VOL. 11. VIRGINIA. JOURNAL, [LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by l>. TURNER & Co., Publishers and Proprietors, I'o whom all matters pertaining to the office must be addressed. ' > :hce No. 12 Royal street, Alc-xanana, Va Six Dollars per annum, in advance. D. .ivered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen 'High;copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing cm be I ad'at the: desk, at three cents per copy. Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATBS OF A D VERTISI ‘J KKY I OWES'T TBRMS,AN I) INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. r.o I insertion 10 cents per line. 2 1 olertionii 7 cents per Mnc for each insertion 3' il *‘ - 6 “ “ “ . “. “ “ “ <*, to 12insertiojis 5 eta. perlinefoveacbinsertion 11 12 to 24 44 4 “ “ “ “ “ 4 24 IT) 48 “ 3 ‘‘ “ “ “ “ «» ' I* to 72 2 “ “• “ “ “ “ 70 insertion.-, and ever, 1 cent “ 11 “ BUSINESS CARI >S. A. 11. IXI V ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 19 July 1864

state journal. , ALEXANDRIA TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 19, idea. W. J. t'OWIV 0,. . .... Principal Editor, a. W. erliliis Associate Editor FOft PRESIDENT ABRAHAM MAl'** 9-A, OF ILLINOIS. J >X)R VICE PRESIDENT A A WHEW JOHASON, OF TENNESSEE. The President*# Proclamation. The call for 500,000 more men will be hailed by tbe-country with satisfaction. If we are to crush out the rebellion it must be done by putting a superior force in the held. e been butting against each other for three long years—both the rebel army and our own have become veteran—neither can rout the other so as to destroy its three—nothing but temporary and indecisive advantages can be gained while the forces opposed, to each other are nearly equal. Let us meet every rebel army with onb strong enough to occupy its attention, and give employment to all its resources while we put into the Geld other armies which they cannot meet and with which the vital strength can be entirely crushed out of the foul conspiracy....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 19 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OPFICK. WM. D. MASSEY, PoßT.v(astkh. MAILS for Washington and the North close at 2# P.M., md 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A. V . and o I* M OF KICK open from -S *. >1? to 1 ■ i’, Torn 2t06 P. M. Sundays rrofb bio if* a. v Sale of Confiscated Property.— The sale of confiscated property advertised to take place to-day, came off in accordance therewith, in front of the Post office, the sale commenced a t 12 o’clock.M. The following are the parcels the name of tie bidder and amount of bid. The bids b> .Mr. Duncan, the deputy marshal, were made for parties who had left funds and directions for that purpose : WILLIAM SELECMaN’S—The ‘’Swan Point" tana; about 160 acres, one mile east of Occoquan—by W. A. Duncan, for S3OO. The “Louisiana Kentucky " farm; about 250 acres, half a mile south-west of. Occoquan—by J D Adams for $75. House and Lot in Occoquan—by John Berry for SIOO. JOHN H. HAMMILL’S—House anti lot in OccoquadM&a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 20 July 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. No. 179. District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia. To Joseph Hart, and to all whom it may concern , Greeting: VrcTICE is hereby given, That, on the 25th day of May. 1864, all the right, title, interest and estate of Joseph Hart, in and to, all that piece or parcel of i.md about one half mile west of Morrisouville, situate, lying and b -ing in the County of Loudoun. in the Eastern District of Virginia, and bounded as follows : . On the oust 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 the Thus. White farm, containing st venty-fiVe acres more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United rUates for said District as forfeited to the use of The United States, and the same is libeled nnil prosecuted i this Court in the name of the United States, for condom nation 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 20 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGIN IA . STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) i Published every Evening,.('Sundays excepted.) by D. TURNER & Co., Publisher it ami Proprietors, i'o ivhoa all matters peitaining to the office must ; be addressed. i=j" Office No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Pa, Six Dollars mmnm, iu advimce. IH.lvered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen v os per week. .iugh;copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, o«n *.-c ; ad at;the desk, at three cents per copy. Carriers aad Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES OF ADVERTISING, VKKY LOWEST rKRMS,ANU INVARIABLY IK ADVANCE. i*oi 1 Insertion ..... 10 cents pex line. “ 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “ 3 to 12insertions 5 cts. perlinufoUeachiusertion “ 12 to 24 “ 4 “ • •■ 24 to 48 44 3 “ *, 4.» to 72 “ 2 11 “ 73 insertion - and ever, 1 cent 44 “ BUSINESS (JAR! is. A. WrDO\ \fc|>, FOUNDER AND MACHINIST, CORNER OF ROYAL AND WILKES STR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 20 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXANDRIA WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 20,- 1864. \V. J. COWING Principal Editor. B. VV. GIXL.IS Associate Editor TOR PKSSiDSST abbabm mw ■ OP ILLINOIS. POH YICR PRESIDENT JOENSOW, OP TENNESSEE. Financial Matter*. It is understood that the Secretary of the Treasury, having failed to negotiate the proposed fifty million loan with the. New York hanks, will immediately appeal to the people to take the seven and three-tenths non-legal tender three years notes, two hundred millions of which are authorized by the Loan bill.— He believes that a sufficient amount of these notes can be disposed of to supply the immediate necessities of the government, until such time as the market is in a condition to absorb the long six per cent bonds, which cannot now be advantageously disposed of. The Kebel Dead The corpses of some of the rebels who were killed during their recent investment of Washington are so slightly buried that legs and arms protrude above the surface, and the stench in ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 20 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. tL£XANDKU POST OFt'KT .. WiV, D. MaSSEY, Postmaster. MAILS for Washington and the North si 2* P.M., *nd 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A M and 6 P Vl. open from BA. M. to 1 P V, -i.ii from 2to 0 P VC Sundays from vtoloA. .V Confiscation Sale.—-We continue below the sale of property condemned under the confiscation law, which took place yesterday after our paper wen l :<> press : GEO. K. WITMBR’S mid DENNIS R BLaCK LOGIC’S—Lots No 5, 0 7, 8 and 9 on east side of Fairfax street, between .L-tiers on *nd Franklin ats; each lot 20 feet front, 125 feet 5 inches deep—sold to F. M. McDonald for $l2O. WM. N. McVEIGH and WM. H. FOWLE’S—Three story brick house on Royal street; 50 feet north of King; 20 feet front, 60 feet deep—sold to W, D. Massey for S9OO. WM. H. Ft)WLcPS Lot, south-west corner of Prince and Payne streets; 123 feet 5 inches on Prince street, 143 feet 7 inches on Payne —sold to J D. B. Adams for S3O. ARTHUR HERBERT’S—Lots Nos. 2 t...

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

LEGAL NOTICES. NO, 195. District' Court of the United States for the Eastern District of Virginia To Lewis D. Means, and to all whom it may concern, Greeting : ■\T()TICE is hereby given. That, o i the IBth day of .1 iino. 1864, all tin- right, title', interest, and eatale o; Lewis D Means in and to all that piece, par cel or lot of land, situate, lying, and being in the county of Fairfax, Eastern •'istrict of Virginia, boun-decHis-foHowsßeginning al-« station in the middle of the road leading from th - cross roads to Fairs Bridge Turnpike road, intersecting said Turnpike Road, al)out two miles above the Fall’s bridge, opposite a planted stone un the north side of said first mentioned road, and on the line of division of John Tubervillo between the '.heirs'of LctJones and Mattram Ball and wife, and running with said" liSe horlh IS', (U?t 125 , poles, crossing a small branch or drain, to a planted stone in said line reversed, on which are s-v**'al.sap-lings marked as pointers ; thence...

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

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year iii advance,] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays-cxceptcd,) by i>. TURNER Co., Publishers and I’roprlettus, J' horn alt malleis pei taining to the office must be addressed. •**"()ffi-ce N- IT I’oyalstr**’ Xitunna, Va • Six DoJims |iw nuiium, iu advance. De.ivurcd in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen nts per week. - • - ingle copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing c i.i be I ad at the desk, at three cents per copy. 1 arriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES hie Abv EKTISINU. UY LOWEST TERMS, AXl> IXYARIAIILi IN ADVANCE | insertion ....... 10 rents per line. i Insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion '■ “ 6 * k “ li “ “ ! 1 1> 12 insertions-6 cts.pei; line for eachinsert? on i2to 24 “ 4 “ “ “ “ “ u ‘ 24 t.) 48 •* 3 “ “ “ *» u ■ I‘B t) 72 • 2 “ “ i* •<» ‘‘ 7d insertions uid ever, 1 cent “ BVI'INESSf; A ll I IA 1. IIcIHI...

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

STATE 1 .(ODR-NAL. ' ' ■ ■ “ ! V -■'al ex a y oiu i ■ THURSDAY .EVENING, JULY 21, 1804 tv; J.. COWING Principal Editor. Gllihis Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABKAHAit! OAT.;LA, OK ILLINOIS. -KOtt VICK PRESIDENT A A BREW JOHASOJI, OF TENNESSEE. c.--gyt~ ■■ r The National Fast Day. The President, in accordance with a con cur, rent vote of both Houses of Congress, has appointed the fourth day of August next as a day for fasting, humiliation and prayer on the part of the people of the United States. On that day we are asked by our chief magistrate to confess and repent of our manifold sins, to implore the forgiveness of the Almighty, and askthat, 11 consistent with Hi? will, the exist; ihg rebellion may he speedily suppressed, and the supremacy of tbe Constitution and laws of the United States he re-established throughout all the States—to implore Him as the Supreme Ruler, not to destroy us as a people, nor suffer us to he destroyed, by the hostility or connivance of other nations, or ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 January 1865

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms-—sß a year in advance.] VOL. 11, V mmiA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) : üblislied every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by (Ui WING At GILLIS, j f:- :, afe ■ ■.: i Proprietors, 0 vho u ill iaiuing to the office must , ;;.idressed Jiflce s<i -!Aoyal street, Alexantma, V» G'.igiit nuiUrH per annum, in advnnn-. ©liver* 1 so the city by faithful carriers at 20 cuts - v week, or 75 Cents per mouth. lii’ o .edoplea in wrappers, all ready for mailing, it l H d »t the desk, at five cents per copy. ' riers A.t,i fewsboja at liberal rates hates OP BUSINESS ADVERTISING. One square, t.-nc in ..rUou $1 Ob One square, three insertions 1 5b One square, one week ■ 2 00 One square, two weeks, “50 One square, one month • * 5 00 One square, two months 8 00 / One square, three months « 10 00 ' One square, six months 17 50 One square, one year 26 00 A liberal discount made in favor of yearly adver tisers. -t.VI’PS U CGAL OF ADVERTISING, P I insertion 10 cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 January 1865

STATE JOURNAL, ALEXANDRIA: WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 25, 18G5, W; -T. ttoWINO,., Editor. WortU all It Cost Everybody is generally agreed that Port Fisher is worth4ll it cost. It was the only place through which the substantial sympathy of Europe could be received and used for the benefit of the rebellion. That it was so received, and was of vast benefit in enabling the insurgents to prolong their contest with the constituted authorities they boast, and we all know. Military operations are now being conducted in the rear of Richmond, and the capture of Fort Fisher will smooth Sherman’s path and he of much practical value, to Grant. We cannot affortto lose anything at this crisis of the war, therefore, the army and navy joined to wipe out the memory of the first abortive attempt on Fort Fisher, 'They did so so expeditiously and thoroughly that the valhe of concentration, fraternization and energy will always in the future be appreciated. Assaults by either army or navy hereter, when onc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 January 1865

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OH'I <‘tt. *wy i). massey, pohtmastkk. MAILS for Washington and the North <lo . at 2* P. M., and 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A. M.. mu! «■ F. M. OFFICE open from BA. M, to I P M., and rom '2 to 6P. M: Sundays from' 9to I' l A. V NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.-Persons desiring to liave advertisements inserted In tire Journal should hand tliem in before twelve o’clock: to secure tlieir Insertion tire same*day. First pjigo for interesting telegraph news. The J hcatre, The Martinetli Troupe is being received at the Theatre by a perfect furore of excitement. Their performances are of the most unique and wonderful description, and they are nightly drawing immense and enthusiastic audiences. They do many wonderful things which not only startle but greatly please our people. This troupe is one of the most popular in the country, and never fails to draw the largest and most enthusiastic houses. Another splendid bid is to be presold to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 25 January 1865

UN IT ED S I'AT ES JH A K 811 A i ,’S SALE OF CONFISCATED PROPERTY IN THE DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA —By virtue of on. hundred and fifteen writs of Venditioni Exponas, issued from the Clerk’s Office of the United States District .Court for the district of Virginia, and to me directed, I will expose at public sale, for cash, at the Court House door, City Hall building, in Norfolk, tin MONDAY, (he 30ili «lay of January, f8C r ».comninu'lm;‘i»< 10 o’clock, A. HI., A. 11 the right, title, interest andvstate of ;he parties •named below in and to the following described real ami personal property, to wit: In (lie Cbj of Norfolk. Nu. I. Artliur Sinclair’s lot, north side ol Washington street; improved by a handsome brick dwelling. No. * John D. My rick’s lot, west side of arket Square, commencing at Wright’s line, running south 26 feet; thence westwardly, and with Maxwell's line, 26 feel, thence east to beginning. No. 3 Pfitrlck McC'iti'i'ick*s lot, at the intersection of Bute and Bus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 January 1865

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$8 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. Virginia state journal, (late ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by COWING &, GIGLIS, Pubiisiui K ui.t! Proprietors, o ivho n fll .-unite: s p ;'.tilling to the office must hr :tdd reSSCd No. .2 P.oyai street, Alexandria, Va Eight Hollars per annum, In ailvnncr. Delivered in the city by faithful carriers at £0 exits ( ~-r week, or*7s Cents per month. D* o ,ecopies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, lie had : 1 f hc at five cents per copy. iers ami .newsboys supplied at liberal rates KATES O? 4 ’ UtISINKSS ADVERTISING. One square, one $1 00 One square, three insertions.*.. i One square, one week... 2 00 One square, two weeks. 00 One square,-one month b 00 One square, two months. 8 00 One square, three months ‘0 00 One square, six months •••••■“ *’o One square, one year •"> 00 A liberal discount made in favor of yearly advertisers. A I’KS L.L GAL OP ADVERTISING. ♦ ! inser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 January 1865

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXANDRIA: THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 26, 1865 W. J. O OWING Editor. The Free States. Winhin the past few years freedom has made rapid strides. In some States where it was thought that slavery was most deeply imbedded in the ideas and affections of the people, the system has been willingly surrendered a sacrifice for the good of the country. Pride, habit, prejudice and education had for long years taught these people to regard the accursed system in the light of a human blessing ; yet they were willing and did surrender it -when convinced that it was a bar to a perfect nationality—a great obstacle in the path of human progress and the chief weapons in the hands of those in insurrection against the lawfully constituted authorities of the Government. Though we be not Buffeting with a complaint charged against some of our friends, “ nigger on the brain.” yet we, say all honor to those who have thus risen superior to considerations which, under any other condition of affairs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 January 1865

LOCAL MATTERS. ALKXANDRIA POST OKI JCK > wm. i). Massey, postmaster, MAILS for Washington and the No*;h close at •2X P. M., and 6 P. M, MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A M.. and 8 P. M. •QT OFFICE open from BA. M. to 1 P ’.1., and from 2to6P. M. Sundays from 9to 10 A. M NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. -Persons desiring to liave advertisements Inserted in tire .Journal should liand tliem in before twelve o'clock to secure tlrelr insertion tlie same day. Eirst page for Interesting telegraph news. The Theatre. We weVe greatly delighted with the pleasing and startling performances of the Martinetti Troupe last ulghl, as eve y one else present seemed to b^. Theii engagement is proving one of the most popular and successful of the season. Their programme last night was an excellent one, but it is excelled by the one to be presented this evening, viz: The comedietta of -'The Glorious Minority,” the terrific act of Zampilaerostation, in which Mr. Paul Martinetti executes a leap of sevent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 26 January 1865

UNITED STATES MARSHAL’S SALE OF CONFISCATED PROPERTY IN THE DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA —By virtue of one hundred and fifteen writs of Venditioni Exponas, issued from the Cle-k’s Office of the United States District Court for the district of Virginia, and to me directed, I will expose at public sale, for cash, at the Court House door, City Hall building, in -Norfolk, On MONDAY* tlie 30<k day of January, 1865, commencing at 10o'clock. A. M., All the right, title, interest and estate of the parties named below in and to the following described real and (Personal property, to wit: In tlie City of Norfolk. No. 1. Arthur Sinclair’s lot, north side ol Washington street; improved by a handsome brick dwelling. Np. 2. John D. Myrick’s lot, west -side of iaiket Square, commencing at Wright’s line, running south 25 feet; thence westwardly, and with Maxwell’s line, 25 feet, thence east to "beginning. No. 3. Patrick McCarrlck’s lot,-at the intersection of Bute and Bush streets, running east ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 27 January 1865

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—sß a year in advance. ! V < >E. 11. VIRUINM STATE JOOBNAh, (u# li.K'.A -.muA NEWS,) Published ev -i v Rvenii. ■, in ml ays excepted,) by COWING A GILL.IS, Pabhwdct-N mol Proprietors, •> ■vhn-n all uittM-ns pertaining to the office must, be addressed , Mo. 12 P.oyaJ street, Alexanuna, Va ivight 'allars per utnuiu. hi atlvauee, telivere lin the city by'faithful carriers ->« 20 eji s..fr ,v,ui 75 eu nonth. .ecopies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, c 1 ad at the desk., at live cents per copy. ,‘.rriers an »ba,. Mvnpliod j*t )i l.era 1 rates UATF.S Oh’ UI>iIWEISS ADVERTISING. One square, one in.-ertion ...» ..•.-■.sloo One square, three insertions,. »••••••• 1 50 One square, one week... AVIE 200 One square, two week 5........ 3 50 One square, one month 5 00 One square, two months 8 00 One square, three months. 10 00 One square, six months 17 50 One square, one year. 25 00 A liberal disc untmade favor....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 27 January 1865

journal. dir ■ ALEXANDRIA FRII.)AV HIVENING, JAN. 27, 1865. W. J. COWING Editor. England, Prance and tlie United States. We recur again Lo the report set afloat by rebel sympathizers to tire effect that it is the intention of England and France on the 4th of next March not only not to recognize Mr. Lincoln as the President of the whole United States, but also at the same lime to acknowledge the existence and independence of The socalled Southern Confederacy. This report, entirely sensational as it is, is calculated 1° do harm inasmuch as coming to rebel ears it encourages them to continued resistance to the constituted authorities. To that extent it is a positive injury to the country. It would be hard to convince anybody with a spark of loyalty in his bosom that any body or country had a right to concern themselves about particular phases of our domestic economy,— certainly to the extent of enquiring who was or was not elected in the Presidential or any other election. The only con...

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