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*a O me Caieago Grmr idero
What! hobt the white Sag whem ow triumpl is Ib
What! crouch befon TreMson? "'t tai *
What I pike all ou r wha the foe st at hay
And the -- 0-' away ? 1
Ter dowrnT artr g seo t-to n a wo,
And strike her brav -bd fromhis homeo the sm n
1pf4| «9 .~+~qpi from the lift of the I
He's a traitor who mocks at the scrilce peured; C
Nameless and homeless th9 doom that should blast .
The knave who stands idlpjtAlM 6 pitM ,
But he who submits when the thnden have burst
And victory dawns, i of cowards the worst.
Is the'dd it dMee? A we brokL a w4 k,
That cravens so shamelesly lift the white cheek
To court the sift iawit, lar blMh athe blow,
The tools of the Treaon and friends of the foe !
See! Anarchy smiles at the Peace which they ask,
And the as of Pigaioa Sash out through the
Give thanks, ye brave boys, who by vale and by crag
Bear onward, unfaltering, our noble old lag,
to4c fth- of Uh Cto, U l IfNltMlasf d ded,
Ftear e4o o ur va lo mlylr bed I
No soldier's reen laurels is promised you here,
But the white rag of "sympathy" softly shall
And you, ye war martyrs, who preach from your
Hof dof iaT
Or, living, still linger in shadows of Death,
Puff out the starvae muscle, recall the faint breath,
And shout, till thoe cowardajpico at the cry:
" By the ha=s of the tmon rwe fuht for w6 el"
By the God of our father! this shame we must
Batit too ebasing for freemean .beau /
And )sipw,, ,sJck Bis>4qSn l yer.sT
When the Uni on talret os to r slee of slaves
Or, spurning btr lr4>wifit of yore,
An~d df,ei exia aIs oaton p oi hone .
L"*l.ATEST BIt ltt)l'AP k..
SW u1now Qbct., 2.
An aihi frthe mauy ei6kSeotorac'
repartethmwi SAulg was *hr06 seekly
all Saturday ni httowards theJ4me rtfer.
It was apparently lFjm Qr gaboat. The
enemy shel led thoie .w~oia ty at Dutch
(Gap Caml moest ftihe day with no effect.
; :eb1b6nd eaBrs of the'22d acknowledge
their defeat 'n the Shewandoah valley, and
yt thby Jot twltytwo guns beMide those
they captured at fift, and about 10,000 in
kilted and wounded; with a few prisoners.
(ansas w Ak. 2*
SA eou'rfer Jst from the froht reports
Price in full retreat, and being closely pur
sied by our force. When the courier left
t~6he enemy was twenty-five miles south of
SNew York, Oct. 25.
The Herald's Chattanoogaeorregpondent
of the 18th, says : Sherman is notpushing
Hood, but rather managing, if possible, to
coop him up in the val.ya d starve him
to death. Hood aa- woeflly fIled in find
ing or capturing supplies, and he is trying
his best to avoid a fight. He attempted to
weak back through Szake Oreek Gap, iut
indiing that outlet blocked up he abandon
ed the attempt, and this morning ho is re.
. ~Irqaig a mile and a hae belw Fayette.
Srinniman Is poerlapseix mil befr hbm,
The Macon Intelligencer says, the rebels
;jan tkioguarrnge a ntl to sator Atlanta
and to securely hold it.
i , sEa City, Oct. 23.
A general battle has been fougt- andi
great victory won. Price's army was rout
ed and is retreating~tapidLySouth. Out
cavalry are in hot pursuit together with
Pleasantoiasfoem numbering 15000 mount
, men. The eneroy may strike for Fort
,r3" , but they will be too closely followe I
to do much damage ,The battle begnt
early this morning. I volunteers werp
hotly engaged yesterday, and ColJennioop
at moonlight did some splendi 'fighting.
Our situatio 4at night looked precarious,
Price having occupied the line of the Big
Blue.. T4hi mrnmng ou. liw w..aformei
five miles' South of Kansas Cty on the
t W.pproiead. 8hirprthighe.tinu4 for
several hours, when the whole force ad
vanced and: keevy figktiag elqsed. The
enemy fell back rapidly and formed an
other line a mile and ta kLt from their Alrt
line. Here an artillery engagement took
place, the infantry alowly advancing and
the enemy falling hack. Fighting was kept
up for about ten minutes. From1is~ point
General Pleasanton then came in on our
left, when a grand eharn folowed *sunlt
Sin in the toWa rout of the enemy.
When our informant left the front, the
Srursuit was vigorous by our whole cavalry
force. Gen. Blunt commanded the volun
teer force on the left, and Deitzkr the oen
ter and right, which composed the Kansas
militia and 2d Colorado. Col. Ford was in
the thickest of the fight, and made several
brilliant charges. We cannot ascertain the
loss on either side at present ..
. TRUL or TM lbNW-CLUA DMceAMs.-The
I A a"t ndcpihuon y of the grept ocean
Iron-clad Dictator, lying at the foot of
«Thirtoeeth stteet, we twef bll *i f r day
* since. Thirty,&ve pqands of steam. was
got up, which drove the main engine and
0w"iewrpiht isuaieri 6tabewith e'Vease.
The machinery worked smooth, no waRuaa
jar was perceptible--and the happy antii
:t opsionsw dfA i ~waeer wm ren ime than
gratified. Fify-five revo~tiosp r Masfte
were easily turned. The great weight and
power of the machinery a It be inferred,
. fthtihe cVlinder biaing jJ|Bducraed~clhef
inahes on the ra]giA Of pco un jt. W a
structioi .ra ')ictator wUll
-s as1 ThU six
r ed.j r tOhn r« w daqw Aa "iyd
completed (only fWoe-d~stial6thf be
t <ioe4i4)1e, it Wie r 4l ataimikt
two week sa~lUj ra preliminary trip
ia the bay, preparatory to herea" voyage,
which Wi astboSlt wak, whoa the et
Ale 949he$* hlis.lte <*ill be
1. 4 * m9 4i
sn;)^ Cft olwvfo« Coppr
jbl . Coiom Cosaa A t. et.n
S. --. -. " Inv,
MaMweieattbmre alreed to farnish ea
ua e.p citit Tt.-*S mc.
AX.scmr or As zi-Kio.-The Pr
ir anoef From re
riurph to the Brrriere du Combat they
have undergone a thorough transformtion.
This barriertb g desMi* besttfe.l fi
rena, bdlt there.AwllWdi.Wr&Wd slWe<i
late b WRMaI4 a oPf.f .Aat been con
structd'. e aRdEitlI # -4oe held at
the Barriere du Combat tiger fight, lion
Aiht bull ight dog ti and cock ght.
end that kind o W s. o«ed f4cts, whics
,of all other animale of a non- eeive
chma-fr ael ia 4h si fltst· cAte
)inety yefr_4g9o bIe Indie 6oft
frequated the aNr "A teok m .
terest in the blody.y ersp l t priemst
to their tprkling yea. The Ipe.fnce
ended wifa fre work. a** the ru6mig of a
balul-d . I l15 this alag hteer heswas
closedj Royal oedisamtsee)~ut ity * M
re-opened under the direction of a ~ita
named Mouroy, who, howeer, promised the
police to qPly ldimals *4eweneltion
raelly &rM&l e -6 ioaous wiLtA bear of
the HippodroCe. His bull never flew into
a real passion, his wolves were taught to
feign but not to feel anger; and his bear,
Carpulin, whose name ever figured on the
plaU owpital.M wast . ootwlss 1ld
CIT . 0wea# a«14t pid Uabius (f
age to hurt the tiniest animal in his hug.
But the dog fights, cook fights, and even
cat fights survived the royal ordinance, and
perhaps perepared fabouri for the cru
,elties of the replutoa. , The dregs of the
Pnria rannr ' #atin,"^n -I ,.A .k" .amar&
du Combat as their successors in ri and
misery to-day crowd to the front of Ia
Roquette whenever a public execution is ex
pected to take place there. h Q.DQn
Miguel was in P.4udI J'u l. tg .
itues. One day he led jher with hi own
SHe pitted the a inst other belonging to
some ance b Wr.aie i ad remarked.
The Infant's dogs tore to pieces the fas
bouriems', and theyW.ire in the actof mak
ing a fresh onslaught on the vanquished
ani amsdlsAe butcher's boys rush
ed forward and beat their conquerors
with eiks aam sai.tk a A~ U & Prince there
upon became angry and threatened the
butchers; but the butchers returning his
eaineths caragde amidstly took a thic sow
regained his carriage amidst a thick show
er of missiles. The next day Don Miguel
foi tle fw t k lm prw nteA, rbimaelf at the
Tuilleries. " How do you elik.thm...
ians ? " asked Louis XV Ill. "Not at all,"
rsepl~ e the Ifeft,;m they are bmrbaeliss."
" Ah !" answered theKing. "But lam not
astonished, seeing that as yet you have only
cultivated the poquaintance of butchers'
NoanuasN BRgnaL . id a soldier to a
Copperhbead at ILtttlani, Vt.,. -ltly, who
had been arguing the Government and the
I army : "I am working for Uncle Sam. 1
Shave been fighting' the rebels South, a~d
while I'm here I don't know but 'it's my
duty to fight the rebels North"-and
ther pon proeeedel to "iy himh out."
J. S. Rockfallo. W. McK. DInne,.
ROCKFELLOW & DENNEE
GRO C ERS,
STORAGE & COMMISSION.
No. 6, JAfle sa.4YlqMIsandirV .
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SUGAR CURED HAMS'
PRIME MES PORE,
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and all kinds ofr
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DRIED & CAN F!UITS
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BOOX& ak& WSTATIONERY.
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BOOTS and SHOES.
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Tri-weekly Cerehe blti " ' I
Salt lAke Or mae Walam all,
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Great SaU Lake City and Vrg4inia p,
Montana, vi Bht4c C
CAUIyOxe TB v Us. AIL,
Pft-ng~i, 'Ot1tefi Xftfr
Ala, tul-lv.kly somaebea twom VLrginia City
"d Bunch city.
TUUDAY, '?HUDBDLT 4-WNDAY N OUIJG6
Tort Rau with oochw to 30 A
ROW IN aim ait tall via theI
daily lis" to the
ATLAUTIGIAI YD £1 AIO1A
Ezpn. vattre carried In Charge of gompetest
ad trmatvortby me~mpgra.
NAT STMIN, Aouz.
1-ly Virgrini City, Montana Territory.
JOHN A. NYE & CO.
Wallseo ,treel, ttpflrt Caity, M. T.
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Ir .7 L VIV4; P-011,
Anda general amartmea 'of Goods pari.t., to
oa lisi f busines, wh. we offer to tke
Public at rl7wonable r4t,.
We are prepMed to Msaietars nythin lan our
line to order, with deopatch.
- , '. A. NYE & Co.
IMERRIWEATHEU & DAWSON,
D D . CARPENTER%
CITY MEAT IIMARKE T.
Will keqc n Wa a'full mmortment of
BEEF, xLK, MUTTOi,
VEGETAILES, 47& b0
AD aeeu to bf EOUWti with
MMEUMBAW M A DAWSM.
f ?hu ismaud uafi.
VirSia City, V. $ Or$q. 1f I1s.
ni~ ,~~if aboom.~ ~
Aud all a rticle e ltabl f, r e gi nmi
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it 0= TWO1
PAS& as tbe jr
+ glow ·l:r:.,~
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Tirgisia, X. T., Qd. is$Is" 84
k·,~ )~l~at· 1~f1 0 121 2. 2 1 i
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Tiuiia City, MoUssie Terroy, Cow
nor of Wal... Slai Clay mts.,
Opposite ereightot's Stone Black.
t..Tcrrit , that we bave opm.td ' ae ha
m$e# n at the l ge ii best .*.er d melte of
bIWw . brought waS of tI. MhaolRI, 3vr,
V ~EIAIRISNE ,
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PAPEft and BLANK 3901(5
PURE MEDICfl&L WflqE and IJQUOES,
FANCY GOODS and ?TI ONS.
For Mi1nin p rpoises Will beep cometmutly en hand
an amlenpinuppy of
QUICKM~LVE3 & GOLD tWALE~S.
P» ttiewber ,tt~etlo,.wfll be Giese to PtmeIisie'.
ord#e,*m4P m'I'wm wa e thing wiill
k dIýQr thf .0'A ib.
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S2TOKES and L1EVS
OPPOSITE JACKSON HOUSE
We would re.peotully maom e to dt public
that wi hbnJt opamiW * lr ste*k Ljd a4*
CoU.isti n *.
GROCELIES OR AL.KI2NMB
BO1100 and S. OES,
TOBACCO of arllKWBr
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Piresei. fd` fEwwwwt pomnd.
bagrf , r in „f ASUftEP l or anything
hYnay xfeFOW to carry.
T rswere shipd upon the wet rersonable
Terms, andt the most trtworthy,
Messengers, well known by tbh
cnamunity at luge.
LINE TO EAST BANNACK:
Win lwv this Cty for Lamase wy f eth
TIME NINE HOURS,
irtinia City, M. T., spt. LU, ISCt.
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