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

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published uvery Evening, (Sundays excepted.) bv D. TURNER *& To., Publishers and Proprlelois. To iviiam all matteis peitaining to the office mud he addressed, t*#' Office No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va Six IJo lint's pel annum, in advance. l>c.iv-ered in tlie city l#y fain,mi carriers at fifteen cents j « r week. ■ i agio copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, c■ si be 1 ad at llu- desk, :il three cents pur copy. Cairo rs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. HATES OP ADVEUTISIIVtL 9 KUV lUWEST PERMS,AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. km L insertion 10 cents per line. “ 2 insertions 7 cents.per line for each insertion “ t> to 12insertions 5 els. jierliueforeachinsert.'on “12 to 24 “ 4 “ “ *• 24.t ) 48 “ 3 ‘ Jst >72 “ 2 “ “ “ “ “ 7,{ insertion-and «>ver, 1 cent “ “ “ LEGAL NOTICES. VIRGINIA s—At Rules held in the Cler...

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

STATE JOURNAL. r>\ MAAA |S2|# • ' ;? H ALEXANDRIA TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 3, 1864 w. J. COWING Principal Editor. B. W. G1U.19 Associate Editor. The Pass System. The inconvenience of the present pass system to our loyal citizens is a source of continuous trouble and loud complaint, and we trust that the General Commanding this De* ' partment will undertake to examine for himself, whether this infliction is just toward the private and business interests of the respective communities of Washington and Alexandria, and whether it is really warranted by military necessity. The best and most loyal citizens of our community are subjected to the annoyance of going to the Provost Marshal’s Office every ten days, there to mix in with a crowd of refugees, contrabands, soldiers, &c., to get his pass renewed for ten days. If it is said that the object of this system is to prevent secessionists from travelling. We answer, first, that the object is not accomplished : and, second...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 3 May 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. Business Notice. —Having entered into new arrangements with regard to the publication of the Journal, I desire that all bills dne 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 earlj day. D. TURNER. . County Codst. — Monday, April 2d, 1864. The Court convened at 10 o'clock, A. M., •Justice McKenzie presiding. The Justices present were—H. S. Wunder, Ohns. W. Nowland and John T. Taylor. Various deeds were admitted to record — forty-eight in all. Naturalization papers were granted .Mr, George Siggers. Marcus Pearl was qualified as administrator of the estate of E. C. Per 1 deceased. In the case of Walter Harris vs. F, Davis the motion to set aside was sustained. The following commissioners were appointed to superintend the election to be held on the 26th inst. lit District — Samuel Baker, Thos Davy, Geo. C. Hewes, Wm. R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 3 May 1864

rOuA'NEK ** !*!•:<‘i ti* jt)E * LK»vr. IN GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS Army Goods, &(*' Cor. liisag- <& is#- A«U*h Al, L; X a A I D Ei A, Va F & K, idvif<3 cite particular atteDtior of CIS OilE«S> And (lu- Fubllr in gem-ral, to theii large ami eiioioe slock ml JHOCEEIES, FRO Vi k iOJV S, ARMY & SUTLER’S SUPPLIES, Consisting of everything tfiiit the inner man could desire lltivaiiii A IPoinrstir 4 OK TIIIC ÜBST 1 TaN’IIS. PINK-CUT,' TOBACCO SMOKING TOBACCO, At KOItTHBRN PRICKS- (lii'ocriit » For She S :iiii|)k. HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS, Of every description. Game, Poultry, Meats, Oysters, Milk, fruits, Vegetables, etc., etc. VICKLES AND CAT-UPS ADAMAMTINE AND PARA FI VH ,: a VIM I. -. MAIJ.LAKD’S CHOfiQLATK CANDIES, DROPS AND SYRUPS. HAM AND CHEESE. at low prices CROSSE & BLACK W K 1.1,'s k\ ( ; \,[ s • i i■ i. • i ( - v r q and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH MISTAKE BORDEAUX AND NICE 01 L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 May 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGH > TATE JOURNAL, (L ‘. •; \ LF\.\ XDHIA NEWS,) Published .. v Kv. nin. , (Sundays excepted,) by i* PubiisL; rs >md proprietors. To vvho*Q all ruatteis peitaining to the office mu-t be addressed. fciP’Office No, 12 Royal street, Alexandria, V a Six Dollars per mum in. D» ndvnncr. Beavered in the -city by faithful carriers at fifteen > nts pt r ingle (Spies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, cm be 1 ad at the desk, at three cents per copy. Curriers and N sv--.br,y:; supplied at liberal fates. It A TES O AO V KKTISI NU. VKUV 1 (WEST ’PF.R.MH, AN-f> INVARIABI. Y IN ADVANCE. i I insertion 10 cents per line 1 2 Insertions 7 cents per line for rub insertion “ to 12 insertions 5 ets. per line for each insertion “ 12 to 24 il 4 •' ‘ 04 tj 48 ‘‘ .3 “ ■' '• “ “ “ * 4s t) 72 2 •• " “ “ “7 ', insertions and over, 1 cent “ “ “ OPPi€ I A L . LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Passed at the First...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 May 1864

■ STATE JOURNAL IP ALEXANDRIA THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1864. vv. J. COWING Principal Editor. B. W. GIGLIS Associate Editor. Gov Peirpoint and Gen. Butler Alexandria, Va., May 11th, 1864. Editors of Virginia State Journal :—I came to this Stats between two and three years since, with the view of making it my home for life, and of course I feel a deep interest in the welfare of the State, as far as it is consistent with the great interest of our whole country. I had formed a slight, but favorable’ acquaintance with Governor Peirpoint, but I must confess 1 have been greatly pained in reading the several exparte cfimmunications which ho has published day after day, in the momentous crisis of our Country’s history, against ’ General Butler. Does the Governor know that every enemy to our Government is rejoicing over what he is m doing ? Ido not know General Butler, but I do know the President and the Secretary of War, and I believe them honest men, and that they are employing the men and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 May 1864

ment; shall receive five thousand dollars for each year of his services, and while in office shall receive no other emolument from this or any other government. 5. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed; communicate to the general assembly at . every session the condition of the commonwealth ; recommend to their consideration such measures as he may deem expedient; and convene the general assembly on application of a majority of the members of both houses thereof, or when in his opinion the interest of the commohwealth may require it. He shall be commander-in-chief of the land and naval forces of the State; have power to embody the militia to repel invasion, suppress insurrection, and enforce the execution of the laws; conduct, either in person or in such other manner as shall be prescribed by law, all intercourse with other and foreign States; and, during t'n • rec. the general assemblv. fill, pro tempore racano in those offices for which the constitute! and make n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 May 1864

A' K* j UES I.Kn . ■' fiHOPEHILS AND ffctWSHfcb Army Goods, &c* 4'or. li iug & ’*«• Asaph »ts,, ALEiAWDE 1 a, Va F & H. invite one particular attention of Anil Hat* Pubiir in general, To theii large and choice cluck ot GROCE HI ES, F HOY IB i<)W B, ARMY & SUTLER’S SUtTLlhfi, Consisting ol everything that the inner man canid desire, Mstrann & 4-4gar*>, OK THE BEST (.HANIi-S. F!J\l'Li’UTi' TOBACCO SMOKING TOBACCO, At NnurilßßN BUICI-g feroffrits for nht* Camps. HERMETIC A LLT SKA f.!:L GOO D S , Of every description. Game, Poultry, Meats , Oyster*, Milk, Prints, Vegetables, etc., etc VICKI.ES AND CAT CPfc ADAMAMTINK AND PA Ra FIX F l av M I K' MAH LARD’S CHOCOLATE. CANDIES, DROPS AND SYRUPS HAM AND CHEESE. at low prices CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S i- M'i OF » : : * and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH Ml TALL. BORDEAUX AND NICE Oil «H;iVt li > ANCHOVIES - ’>;•••• s’, 1-. i 1 &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 13 May 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGIN.!A STATE JOURNAL, (LATK ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted.) by D. TURNER & Co., I*ubUshers and Proprietors, To whom all matters pertaining to the office mu«t be addressed. *£~Office No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Vs Six Dollars per annum. In uil vhim r. Dc.ivered in the city by faithful carrier* at fifteen cents per week. Aiuglocoples in wrapper*, nil ready for mailing, C4H he Lad at iht desK, at three cents per copy. Chi Hers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rules. KATES OF ADVERTISING, rsav LOWEST T*JU(t,ANI. INVARIABLY IN Ab f A N MX . 1 insertion 10 cents pe,r liu.-. 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion “ 6 to 12insertions 5 cts. pe.rlineforeao''.!portion “ 12 to 24 “ 4 “ 14 •• *• 24 to 48 “ 3 44 •• “ “ 44 ‘ 48 to 72 “ 2 “ “ “ “ *’ 73 insertions and ever, 1 cent 44 “ LEGAL NOTICES, VIRGINIA At Rules held in the Clerk ’s *'fflee of the County Court of Fairfax ...

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

STATE JOURNAL A ; 'lll ALEXANDRIA FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 13, 1864 W. J. COWING Principal Editor. w, (ULUS Associate Editor. The Late General Hays. Gen. Alexander Hays, who was killed at the head of his command last Thursday, was educated at West Point, entered the army, distinguished himself in nearly every battle in Mexico, taking with his own hands the first gun from the enemy at Palo Alto. On the return of peace he retired from the army. On the outbreak of the present rebellion he raised a regiment in Pittsburg, Pa., (the 63d,) which he commanded till he was promoted to the rank of Brigadier General. He was one of the bravest of the brave. He believed that the rebellion could be put down only by hard blows, and he was generally at the point where they were struck the hardest. General Hays belonged in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and the Commercial of that city says that he had great confidence in Grant, and knowing the character of his old friend and companion-in-arms, he anticipated pr...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Wounded Brought up From the Army. The following is a partial list of the wounded brought up from Aquia Creek last evening on the steamers State of Maine and Swan. We shall complete the list in our to-morrow s issue. The following comprises those placed in the First Division, under the charge of Surg Chas. P. Page, TJ, S. A.: Dowd Luke, priv, E, 52d N Y. Alfred Richardson, prlv, A, 12th U S Inf Daniel H. Mowen, covp. I,7th Ind. James Buh!; sprgt, H. 12th U. S. Inf. Orange McClure, H, priv, ‘ld Mich. Daniel V. Li e-ton, i n - , E, 83d Peuu Wm, J. Shiil;. priv. C. 49 h Penna Wm. McDonald, priv. K. a2d N. Y. Tatem, priv, E, 61st N. Y. - Jacob Mayer, priv, A, 12th Pa. Albertus Kelsey, priy, G, 140 th -N i Patrick H. Leonard, priv, C, 71st N » John N Fogle, priv, B, 7th Md. George Devoe, priv, (', 71st N ,Y. Abram Hysong, priv, F, 11th Pa Patrick Welch, priv, K, 62*1 Pa Francis Charles, priv, C. bath Pci Joseph Curtis, priv, H, 150 th Pa Jacob Vatson, priv, H. 4th J. John C...

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

POKT.\'I4K A KM I ** 8-,k DK.M.Fm IN fiROOEHIfcS AND PROVISION:-. isynnuuM rniwiLUir^. Army Goods, &c. l or. King’ A Asaph »!*•., ALEXANDRIA, Va F. & K. invite me partiouiai atteutior of SUTDLfeItS, Ami I lie Public in gruel's* I, To theii large aim choice stock of GROCERIES, FROV! RONS, ARMY & SDfLM’S SUPPLIES, Consisting of evoryr.hii)g that the imier man could desire. H>i Til ha A OF rim nsss- i 'i.inns. FINE-CfU'f? TOBACC O SMOKI LSi <J I'O UAi 'i ;o, AT NOHTHKIt.V I‘itlCKsj ilil’OCfl’it« for She ( iiiiiim. HERMETJOAf,LY SEALED GOODS, Of every description. Game, Poulin/, Meats , Oysters, Milk, fruits, Vegetables,'etc., etc. VICK EES AND CAT* UPS \DA M A MTINK AMD PAR Afj\ -■ , ,>. ( ,i K - M A II .LARD’S CHOOO T . AT K. CANDIES, DROPS AMD STRUTS - HAM AMD CHEESE, at low price? CROSSE & BLACK WE I. (V !•. Mg j j r .-( i. •. i•, and SAUCES, DURHAM AMD FRENCH MUSTARD BORDEAUX AMD MICE OIL OLIVE:- i »Ti...

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

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGIN i A STATE JOURNAL, (liATK «LKXANI>]UA NEWS,) Published evei \ Evening, (Sundays excepted,) b> D. TURNER 6i Co., Fublistaters and Proprietor, To whom all matteis peitaining to the office must be addressed, No. 12 Royal strceE-Alexanuna, Va ■Six Dot tors per arfrium, In advam». Uclvercd iu u»e cityuy fai'Uiiui carriers at fifteen, cents per week. Single copies in wrappers,, all ready for mailing,' .can '*e Lad ai i'- lU“, .u mice cents per copy. Oairi&rs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. HAT ES Ob’ AD V hiiii isi N i*, HHV 1 OWEST TERMS,AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. fcoi I insertion 10 cents per line. •• 2 insertions 7 cents pci line for each insertion ••3 “ 6 “ * “ “ “ “ 6 to 12Insertions 5 cts perlinefoi eachiaserttou “12to 24 “ 4 “ “ “ il “ •■ 24 to 48 •' * 3 48 to 72 V “ 73 insertions and ever, I cent " LEGAL NOTICES, TT'IRGIJVIA :-°At fcules held in the Clerk’s OfT fice of ta...

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

STATE JOURNAL. /CgSM -\ Lm LK i ' ALEXANDRIA SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 14, 1864 W. J. COWING Principal Editor. B, W. GILIiIS Associate Editor. Death of General Fessenden The melancholy intelligence reaches us this morning of the death of 'Brig. Gen. Francis Fessenden, at the battle of Cane River April 23d, Gen Fessenden, perhaps the youngest general officer in the service, was the .sou of Senator Fesse 'den of Maine, and the second son whom he has been called to offer up on the alter of his country during this rebellion. His military history dates from the commencement of the war*when he was appointed Lieutenant in the regular service. Having been severely wounded at Murfreesboro, he was afterwards appointed Colonel of the 25th Maiue Yols., a nine mouths regiment, and was ordered to the Defenses ot Washington. At the expiration of the term of service of the 25th Maine, he was appointed Colonel of the 2Bth Maine, and ordered to Gen Banks' Department, where, at the head of his brigade as ...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Ti7 cHARI.es BURROWS Is our antbovized Agent for the Circulation ot the State Journal in tills « List of Wounded The following is a complete list of the wounded soldiers which were assigned to the 2d Division of hospitals in this city, from those arriving on Thursday night, and a partial list of those arriving last night. This Division is under the charge of Snrg. T. Rush Spencer, U. S V. headquarters on Prince street above Washington Jas. Cain, pnv, B, \*UiO; B.ini. a In t fB. G. Ki yon,pm, T. 12th U. 3. Int.. Wm. Simons, pviv, D, 39th Mass Thoe. Beddon, prly, K.lstN.J. Thos. Mitchell, prlv, B, 16th H. J. John Brauan, priv, A, Bth Pa. Kes. P M, Muloey, pviv, E Btb Fa, Kes Jos A. French, pnv, I, Bth Pa. Kes. Jas. SI Johns, pviv, 1, Bth Pa. Re»_ VT. P. Austin, pviv, P, Mu • - «“• Jno. Folk, priv, D, 45th Pa. Jas. T. Gill, priv, £. SOtU Ra. Jas, Souther, pviv E 119 th Pa, Jno. M. Shins, pnv, G, 19th In.i Oac. Jerefl, priv, A, 16tli MichJos. Maguire, serg’t, A, 16th Mien...

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

FORTNER A «*•'*■«>' ElGBOPERILS AND PRUVISiONS iOTILIW aUPPILDirfc. Army Goods, &c. lor. King A aw. Asaph *!■*., A LEX AINDKi A, Va P. & R. invite me particular attentior of UKOCERS SUTLERS, And the Public in general, To theii large ami choice stock of GROCERIES, PROVI* iOJSJS, ARMY & SUTLER’S SUPPLIES, Consisting of everything that the inner man could desire. Havana A l)ouiie«tii Cigars, OF THE BEST f HANDi ~ *3? FIAE-l,’l)Ti' TOBACCO SMOKING TOBACCO, AT NORTHERN PrYcesS Is Groceries for the Camps. HERMETICALLY SEALED GOODS, Of every description. ■ Game, Poultry, Meats, Oysters, Milk, Fruits, ti Vegetables, etc., etc, VICKIES AND CATSUPS ADAMANTINE AND PA RAW NR civnif. MAir,LARD’S CHOCOLATE CANDIES, DROPS ANT) SYRUPS HAM AND CHEESE . at low prices, CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S ENGLISH f’li’K 11 H and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH MUSTARD BORDEAUX AND NICE OIL, OLIVES, CAPERS ANCHOVIES 7 Q P TV ’ r "‘ .NO DUTCH " II RING, SWISS CHEESE,...

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

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Teems—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by D. TURNER Co., FiibllHhers ami Proprietors, To whom all matters pertaining to the office must be addressed. U#*" Office No. 12 Royal street, Alexamma, Va Six Dollars per annum, lit advance. Delivered in the city by faithful carriers at fifteen cents per week. Single copies in wrappers, all ready for mailing, ■cm be had ai the desk, ui three cents per copy. Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. KATES OF ADVERTISING, VKHY LOWEST TERMS, AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. Pm 1 insertion ....... 10 cents per line. “ 2 insertions 7 cents per, line for each insertion “3 “ 6 “ “ 14 “ “ ti to 12 insertions 5 cts. perlineforeachinsertion “12to 24 “ 4 “ “ “ “ 4 4 4 4 41 24 to 48 44 3 44 4 ‘ 48 t.) 72 4 ‘ 2 44 44 44 4 4 4 4 44 73 insertions and over, 1 cent 4 * 44 LEGAL NOTICES. VIRGINIA :--At Rules held in the Clerk’s Office of tiie Co...

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

STATE JOURNAL. /jjgj x||| ALEXANDRIA. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 16, 1864, \v, J. COWING., Principal Editor. B. W. GIGLIS Associate Editor. “Butler and the Butternuts.” Under this head the Chronicle publishes a letter from Gen. Butler taken from The New RegintC, Gen, Butler’s paper, printed at Norfolk by U. S. soldiers and officers at public expense, with a bitter editorial intended to reflect severely on Governor Peirppint for his expose of General Butler’s administration at Norfolk. The same letter, without comment, but evidently approvingly, was published the day previous in the Washington Republican. Both these papers are Union papers, and evidently friends of the administration. Now we will venture the assertion that there is not in the United States a man more devoted to the Union cause than Governor Peirpoint. And it will be found on reading his expose of Gen. Butler, that he has carefully avoided implicating the administration in any way with Gen. Butler’s conduct at Norfolk. The g...

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

LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. CHARLES BURROWS ts our authorized Agent for the Circulation of the State Journal in this City. WM. MALONE is aulhorized to collect all subscriptions to the Journal due up to April 15, 1804b. Wounded in Hospitals The following list contains the names of the wounded soldiers that have been placed iu the 3d division of hospitals in this city, under the charge of Surgeon Bentley. U. S. V. The list following contains the names of those arriving at the various hospitals on Friday night: Aurand, James, priv, O, 49th Penn’a Ammerman, Thomas E., priv, O, 56th Pa. Ayer, Ira, lieut. colonel, A, 10th Penn’a Res, Adams, J. L., corp, A, 14th U. S. Res. Allen, Joseph, serg, 11, 2d do. Akley, Gilbert, corp, 11, 80th New York. Barrett, George W., priv, F, 149 th Penn’a Inf. Black, Wm.,priv, H, 15th New Jersey Inf. Benson, Wm., serg, B, 95th New York. Barlow, Andrew J., priv, E, 19th N. Y. cav. Beasman, John W., priv, F, Ist Maryland Inf. Bosley, Henry P., serg, Dj Ist do. Bugard, ...

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

PORTiVRK A ««E. S' 5 * I-:." ' 1) E * l.Kru. GROCERIES AND PROVISION BMTJUIIIPB ®U)li?lPLOls‘&. Army Goods, &c---t or. king A »«. Axupli ALEXANDRIA, Va F. & K. invite uie partieuiai atteutior of SiiHOSlilt^ SIJTLKII*, And Hu 1 S*iibli« in geiural, To tneii large and choice slock ol 3HOCERIES, FROV ! SION a, ARMY & SUTLER’S SUPPLIES, Consisting of everythin..- that thy inner man could desire,' Havana At I'iKitD, OK llth UKHT i V.INDS FlWii-OUTt' 'rOBACItII SMOKING TOBACCO, AT NOaTIIEItN PRKJKs ki'ocei'lt is lor Ihr 4.'amp*. HERMETIC A ELY SEA LEU GOODS, Of fi very description Game., Poultry, Mi •ats, Oyster* Milk, Prints, G“getuhles, etc., etc■ VIUKI.ES ami CATVUPS ADA MAMTINB- AMI) PA K A El N' K M All .L A R D’S C HOCOL AT K. CANDIES, DROPS AND SYRUPS, HAM AND CHEESE. at low price* • CROSSE & BI,ACK WELL'S K.v r, i.ls !l r; k- in and SAUCES, DURHAM AND FRENCH MUSTARD BORDEAUX AND NICE Oil,, OLIVES t vt’h:" ANCHOVIR: .Mi i....

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