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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 27 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 Proprietors, i'o whom all matters pertaining to the olllcc must be addressed. Ci&SrOlßco No. 12 Royal street, Alexanuna, Va Set Dollars per annum, in advance. Dc.Dered in the city by faithful carriers atfifteen cents per week. ■inglecopies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, cm be had at. the desk, at three cents per copy. Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. KATES OF A OVER I TISINO, VKKY 1 CWEST TERMS, AN D IN V AUIAItLV IN ADVANCE. For 1 insertion 10 cents per line “ 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “8 “ 6 “ “ “ “ “ 6 to 12 insertions 5 els. perUneior eac'unserl.Miu “12to 24 “ 4 “ u “ “ “ “24t0 48 “ 3 “ “ 11 la to 72 “ 2 “ •• 73 insertions and ever, 1 cent “ NO. 115. 'District Court of the United States ior • the Eastern District...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 27 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. /*/■& ' . o' \ ALEXANDRIA, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1864, W. J. COWING, Principal Editor. S. W. GILI.IS Associate Editor. Judicial Districts in Virginia and • West Virginia. Senator Ten Eyck,-from the Committee on ihe Judiciary, reported a bill which provides 'that the judicial district of West Virginia shall be co-sstensive with the State so named, and that for East Virginia shall be co-exten-sive with Virginia, and shall be called the District of Virginia, Judges in the West Virginia district shall held sessions as follows ; At Clarksburg on 24th of March and 24th of August; at Wheeling on the 6th of April and 6th of September ; at Charleston on the 19th of April and 19tb of September. The judge of the District of Virginia shall, in addition to the sessions heretofore held by him as judge of the Satisrn District of Virginia, hold sesssions at Ihe times and places, within the District of Virginia, when and where sessions were held prior to the passage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 27 April 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. Business Notice. — Having entered into now arrangements with regard to the publication of the Journal, 1 desire that all bills due the office prior to the 15th inst. may be settled with ns 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 enrlv dnv. I/. TURNER, Gen, Burnside.— There is much stir and bustle in and around the City Hotel to-day, consequent upon the vast amount of business and detail to be transacted by Gen. Burnside at his headquarters. Each individual member of his staff is actively and constantly engaged, and the General himself looks and acts very much as though he had something to say in what is going on. We see but little, change in him since the time he made that other march to Washington from Annapolis, three years since, at the head of the Ist Rhode Island. Exalted to his present high position, he seems to be.imbued with tho saute active, ardent patriotis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 27 April 1864

LEGAL NOTICES. VIRGINIA j— At Rules held in the Clerk’s Office of the County Court of Northampton county, on the first Monday in September, A. D., 1862, George L. J. Thomas, assignee of Lewis N. Matthews, who was assignee of Thomas A. Downes, Plaintiff, vs. Richard W. Nottingham and William S. Jarvis, Defendants, in debt and upon an attachment. , In this suit, the object of which is to recover of the defendant, eight hundred and four dollars ($804) with legal interest thereon from the 13th day of June, 1860, till paid, the plaintiff having filed his declaration, and' the defendant, Richard W. Nottingham not having been served with the summons in this suit, or with the attachment therein, and it appearing by an affidavit filed, that the said defeuddant, Richard W. Nottingham, is deemed (under the provisions of an act of Assembly declaring certain persons non-residents, passed February 10th, 1862,) not a resident of this State— lt is ordered , that the said Richard W. Nottingham do ap...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 28 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published < very Evening, (Sundays excepted.) by U. TURNER t 0., i’nnii.-uui's and Froprldoi s. To vhooali matteis pei taming to the office mu-t he addressed I lice Nil 12 Royal street. Alexanuriit. Vu 6lix Dot lacs jii-i annum. In iulvnnn. lK.iv c red In the city by faithfulcarriers av fifteen ;i. Ms , i r wees . iiiglucopies in wrappers, all ready tor mailing, evil ‘*e 1 ad at the desk, at three cents per copy. I'rtimrs and Newsboys supplier! at liberal rates. # HATES OF Al>Vltiri VBUY 1 t WEST, TERMS, AN n 1 !MV ARI A lit I IN ADVANCE. ,?to I insertion ..... 10 cents per line “ 2 i.nertions 7 cents pet line for eucli Insertion 8“6 “ “ ” “ 6to 12 insertions 5 cts perlinutor eac 1 insertion “ 12/j 24 “ 4 “ -Ji) Is ‘‘ 3 * 7o insertions and ever. 1 cent •* “ NO. 115. District Court of the United Stated tor the Eastern District of Virginia. To Richard L....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 28 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. A/ : A ALEXANDRIA: THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1864 W. J. COWING, Principal Editor. B. W. GIIXIS Associate Editor. Passes to Alexandria Editor Era : Presuming we have in your paper at least what we never had before since this Administration began, an independent journal, permit me to “speak out in meeting” on a subject of great importance to many people. Yesterday I went to the Provost Marshal’s office, Nineteenth and F streets, to procure passes for myself and wife to Alexandria, in order to visit friends, I produced a commission showing that I was a clerk in the Interior Department, appointed by a member of the Cabinet of the present Administration, from the loyal State of Indiana. This proof was sufficient to establish my loyalty—and that I was not even a Copperhead. The brassmounted officials, who in their little brief authority, decide whether you can or can’t go to Alexandria, consented at once to give me a pass on the proof of loyalty submitted, but refused to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 28 April 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. Business Notice. —Having entered into new arrangements with regard to the publication of the Jour n'al, 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. Cowardly Act. —As a squad of colored soldiers, four in number, were passing down Royal st., near King, this morning-, a couple of white soldiers standing on the corner interrupted their progress, and began a series of abuses. Finally, one of the assailants jerked a musket from the hands of one of the squad, and attempted to strike him with it; hut upon the prompt inter'erence of some citizens, the two took to their heels. They were very brave when opposed to a few unoffending black men, but when it was proposed that they should display a little of their valor toward* those of their own color, they skulked away. While we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 28 April 1864

NO. 151. District Cpurtof the ' l :tl . s the Eastern District of A irginia. To Francis Mason , and to all whom it may concw »■ Greeting: . NOTICE is hereby given, That, on the MOi Jo March, 1864, all the right, tl.tic. mttrtat andeK late of Francia Mason In and to “ i t of Spinks cel of land, about three miles the land of A. hoy. on Jhe east and south by the land of William Jackson, containing four hundred acres. m Was Seized by the Marshal of the United States for said District as forfeited to the use of the L mted States, and the same is libeled and prosecuted in tlm Court in the name of the United States, for condom nation for the causes in the said libel set forth, ami ■ chat said cause will stand for trial at the Court-room In the city of Alexandria, on the first Monday ol .May , next, when and where all persons are warned to appear to show cause why condemnation should not be > decreed, and to intervene for their interests. Dated April 16, 1864. ap 18 —2aw2\v . W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 29 April 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (h A 'l' E AI-EXA NDHI A N E WS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) h\ i>; TURNER & i o.> Publisher s and I’ropriftei «♦ l‘o vLo n ali mattms pertaining lo the olticc must ho addressed. fcjrp.Tioe No. 12 Royal street, Alexanui ia, \ a Six Dolliiii pei anuuni. «» ailvnmi . Do.inured i n u.e cit\ by faithfulcarriers at fiturn .units |>ci* week. . , . ... "inglecopies in wrappers, all loi mailing, .-.s.i 1 ;ui at the desk, at three cents per copy C; tn •rs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES OF AnvKUTISINiU VKKV I eWEST TERMS, AN O I.NVAIUAUI.V IN ADVANCE Pol I insertion D) cents per limit 2 i.MertinnS! 7 Cents per line for each insertion “3 “ 6 “ " “ " “6to 12 insertions 5 cts i Bn. 1 “ s |*n “ 12 to 24 “ 4 ‘ 24 to 48 “ 3 u * 4S l) 72 “ 2 *■ 73 insertions and over, 1 cent “ xo. no. District Court of the United Stoles (or the Eastern D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 29 April 1864

STATE JOURNAL. / * " \ jco -- ; - i ALEXANDRIA: 'FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1864. W. J. COWING, Principal Editor. B. W. GlUhlS Associate Editor. 'Mean and Contemptible Some of the Copperhead papers, following’ the lead of the New York World, the organ of this disreputable, dishonrable, and dishonest party, are charging the President with a .disposition or intention to prevent the movement of Gen. Grant’s army until ’after the meeting of the Baltimore Convention, lest the result, should it prove disastrous to the Union forces, should interfere with his chances for a re-nomination. This charge presupposes that the President is of the opinion that General Grant will be unsuccessful, which no one with a spark of honesty for a moment supposes.— Could the writers for these papers spend a few days in this department and witness the activity of the Army of the Potomac, and the extensive preparations being jnade for the coming campaign, they would see at once that these base charges and insin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 29 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. I). TURNER. Military Execution! Shooting of Private John H. Thomp- son for Desertion ! SCENES AND INCIDENTS A military execution took place in the vicinity of Sickles barracks, one mile west of this city, at 12 o'clock to-day, in accordance with the sentence of a general court-martial, pronounced on the 23d inst. THE VICTIM. Private John H. Thompson, of company 0, Ist Ohio cavalry, was a young man, scarcely twenty years of age, a native of Hanover, Licking county, Ohio, where, previous to the war, he worked on his grandfather's farm. He enlisted in the Ist Ohio cavalry in the summer of 1861, and deserted to the enemy in the spring o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 29 April 1864

\o. i6i. District Court of tbe United States foi the Eastern District of Virginia. To Francis Mason, and to all whom U nun/ concern (i resting : N r OTICE is hereby given, That, on the -nth da.v <• .March, 1864, all the right, title, interest ami estate of Francis Mason in and to all that piece or patcel of laud, about three miles southwest of Spinkferry, and called the Ken tuck farm, situate, lying and being in the county of Loudoun, in the Eastern District of Virginia, and bounded on Tim north by the land of A. Loy, on the east and south by the land of William Jackson, containing four hundred acre.-, more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United Stutef«r said District as forfeited to the use of the United ■States, and the same is libeled and prosecuted in thU 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-room m the city of Alexandria, on the first Monday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 30 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 ami Proprietor*, To whom-all raatteis pertaining to the office mnst he addressed. odjce No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va 2>ix Dollar* per annum, In advance. Uc.ivered in (he city by ftUhfuluarritrs al liftesu cents per week. Single copies in wrappers, all ready h'i muling, cm be lad at the desk, al three cents jo t ropy. Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. KATES OF *ADV ERTISIN(>. V MRY 1 (.‘WEST TERMS, AND INVAHIAULV IN A 1) VANO K. Pm 1 insertion lb cents per line. “ 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “ 3 “ 0 “ “ ‘ l . “ “ kv (J to I*2insertions 6 cts. perliiicforeac 'insert. 1 on “12to 24 “ 4 44 “ tl 24 t > 48- “ 3 41 *• 48 t.) 72 “ 2 “ 78 insertions and over, I cent # NO. 115. District Court of the United States for the E...

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

STATE JOURNAL. ■;/ -v ■ „. ■■ \ ALEXANDRIA SATURDAY EYEING, APRIL 29, 1864 W. J. COWING Principal Editor. B. W. GIIfLIS Associate Editor. Let us Change Things. Although a great lover of old ways and old fashions, we are nevertheless in favor of occasional changes. Now that the springcampaign of military affairs is about to open, we think that divers conceits and practices which have heretofore prevailed to a great extent might be laid aside as things entirely played out.', We used to talk a great about the demoralized condition of the rebel army—an army which we have time and again declared was subsisting on half rations, and Was just ready to come over into our lines in a body. We had better bury that idea now, for we hardly think the hope will ever be realized. The telegraph, whenever a forward movement used to be talked about, would have it that our troops were in excellent condition and the most exhilarated spirits—in a perfect state of preparation, and positively sure to accomp...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Business Notice. —Having entered into new arrangements with regard to the publication of the Journal, I desire that nil bills due the office prior to the 16'.h insl. may be settled with as little delay as possible. All person:-: owing me for advertisements or subscription will please honor the bills which will be sent to them at an early day, D. TURNER. Homicide —Soldier shot by a Policeman.John Ennie, of Go. D., sth Pa. Reserves, was shot by Policeman John Padgett about 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon, under the following circumstances ; Ennis accompanied by two other soldiers from the same regiment were in a house on Pleasant alley , between Cameron and Queen, near Alfred, and it appears were making some disturbance, breaking dishes and behaving disorderly. Tbe Policeman passing near, was approached from the house by a woman, who said she was going for a person to arrest the parties. Padgett immediately procured the assistance of two other policemen, and proceeded to ...

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

|>Ol«T*l'K A 18 m ' H *' U ,N GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS §{y)TiLEW®M!mL». : Army Goods, &c, C or. King & »«> Asaph »*»., ALEXANDRIA, Va F. & R. invite me particular atteutior of CiROCifeRS SIITLEKS,. • Amt the l*«hli« in general, To tileii large and choice stock ol GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ARMY & SUTLER’S SUPPLIES, Consisting of everything that the inner man could desire. Havana & Do>aes(it < ig»r», OS THE BKBT I HANDS.' EIWE-OVT,' TOBAC C'O SMOKING TOBACCO, AT NORTHERN P KICKS td’um'it s lor I he Camps. HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS, Of every description. Game,. Poultry, Meats , Oysters, Milk, Fruits, Vsgetab/es, etc., etc. TICKLES AND CATSUPS VDAMAHTINE AND PARA FINE CANDLES MAIt,LARD’S CHOCOLATE, CANDIES, DROPS AND SYRUPS, HAM AND CHEESE, at low prices, CROSSE & BLACKWELL’S KNHI.ISII PICKKI.S and SAUCES, DBBHAM AND FRENCH MUSTARD, BORDEAUX AND NICK OIL.m.U Ke < A...

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

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by D. TURNER «& Co.. I'uUlisherfi and Propiletois, To whom alt matteis peitaining to the office must be addressed Office No. 12 Royal Street, Alexaimna, Va Six Dollars pei annum. In odvamr. Uo.ivered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen oenu per week. ingle copies in wrappers, all ready lor mailing, oto he 1 ad at the Ueik, at three cents per copy. Camera and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. U A TES OF AL) V ERTIHIN G. V Ka V I UWE 3 T PERMS,AND INVARIABLV IN ADVANCE. Boj I insertion Id cents per line. •• 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “8 “ 6 “ 41 6 to 12 insertions 5 cts. periinefor eac‘ insertion “12 to 24 “ 4 “ 24 to 48 “ “48to 72 “ 2 “ “ “ “ “ 7.3 insertions and ever, 1 cent “ “ “ L EGA OTIC E B Y IRGINIA f—At Rules held in the Clerk’s •f---fice of tnc County Court of Fairfax county, on ...

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

STATE JOURNAL. i /. \ ''A-' ALEXANDRIA: MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1864. W. J. COWING, Principal Editor. B. W. GILX.IS. Associate Editor. [From the Hartford Press.) Virginia Constitutional Convention. This Convention, so-called, which has been for some time in session at Alexandria, attracting as much attention as its deliberations deserved, has closed up and adjourned. Its last act was in keeping with its general character. It had adopted a constitution for \ irgioia, and a motion by a member from Accomae to submit it to the people for their approval was voted down ! This is probably the first instance in our history—we hope it will be the last—where a self constituted convention will attempt to make a constitution for a State, without submitting it to their consideration even. The farce of Gov. Peirpoint’s government in Virginia is about played out. He is a Governor without any territory or people. The only effect hitherto of this stalking horse of a government of Virginia, has been t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 2 May 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. The Lanoasteeian or Free School. —At the last regular meeting of .the City Council, a resolution was adopted to proceed at the next meeting of the same to the election of guardians for the free school of ibis city. At the called meeting on Friday evening last, the Council was detained until a late hour with other important business, and the election of guardians was not reached. We hope this will be the first thing considered at the meeting of the Council, and that the guardians will be elected and authorized to go ahead and organize the school -it once. The appropriation is sufficient for the maintenance of a large and f...

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

POKT.YEK A Hf.i B B.feint» I.Hr IIS OBOC-ERILS PROVISION'S giyJPtPlLUir^. Army Goods, &c. Cor. liiug A Asaph ste., A Llh X A.JN L) It 1 ,t\ , V a P. & R. invite one particular attentior of (^KOdliW SUTLIiU*, And the 3*iihii< set gem-ral; To theii large ami ciiuicc slock of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, ARMY & SUTLER’S SURE LIES, Consisting of everything that the inner man could desire Havana A Domestic Vicars, OF THE BEST » HaNDS. FI!VE-<JUT,' TOB3AC4 smoking tobacco, XT NORTHERN PRICES droceriis Tor lhr Camps, HERMETICALLY SEALED GOO OS, Of every description. Game, Poultry, Meats, Oysters, Milk, Fruits, Vegetables, tic., etcVIGKLEB AND CAT TP6 ADAMAMTINE AND PA Ra Ki V K r \\ m |. -- MAII LARD’S CHOCOLATF. CANDIES, DROPS ,\NI) SYHt'l'S HAM AND CHEESE,at low pnre»' CROSSE & BLAOK'VEI,I. - '- - i -.1 i*n rlr'u ki h and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH Mi i’AIU> BORDEAUX AND-NICE OIL uLI VI- - ' \[’ KRS ANCHOVIES, \l&a...

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