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THE DAILY APPEAL
B. ij Wihels :::::::::::: Eliicr.
laailajr Morning. Ort. '37, last
THS EUBOPEAK WRANGLE.
. We guess that I'ncls Sani will be
permitted to reconstruct hia rantanker-
us States ftr liis own tAhion iiide-
polent uf European interference, anr-
h ; for if a genera! war is not just
About breaking out between the great
rival powers of Kami e there U no fir
toe in signs, rtaja.i an Aus'ri.t
tcein to be on pretIT good terms after
their shrt bat Jeciire strn'ie ; ami
it wo ;l i not bi surprising If tbev madr
an alliance in case France presses Italy
too heivily. Indeed appear-iuces would
eeein t J justify a firm stand en the part
f tha Italian goreriunent in deSance tf
French dictation. I'uis Napoleon has
buil.rd Europe so Ir.nj that the Powers
re bediming tired of Lis arroaace.
Tbe IIou?a of Hapsbiirjj can entertain
no tic J'y feeling to- i.- i tbe rain who
got one of i'3 uost notar.le Scions it;to
vary b;i-i scrape and ilin deserted bin;:
as I rrus.a is 0:1 the ;; v tJ ricasure
awards with the Frsu bra .in. There is
aft irrpre5lhle co&fi.-.-t between the
Iru5-?.as and the Freach for ll.e chani-
yionslii; of Europe ; fcr.d tvliile the
fanner coail alTorl a. defeat, victory
would be absolutely mctizirj to the
Imperial cause in France.
A general war Letsteen tbe great
Powers is a consumrn itlon '."vouily to
be prayed for by the Pope; for in the
general melee it is I;ke!y tba; R'me
toal 1 be reserve-I bv common consent
-
aa neutral ground; an 1 is tbe i:cin
atmctioa cf tf the map " which wouM
fell lir, the temporal power of the Pope
would be awarded a surer conservation
than ctn be hoped for it in case cf its
Being forced to occupy tae attitude of
m of tin belligerents. T!;e Protestant
element of E arope, represented by Pru3
la, allied, to the Kep-ibiicii and anti
?apI elements of Iraly which acknow
fadjo Garibaldi as their bead, wouli
taaje the Holy Ci'y as their objective
point in casa of a war which should
have for its main issue the question
which Las arisen between Garibaldi and
the Pope ; a trial of strength between
the great States of tbe Continent would
lake the rivalries of Protestactira and
Catholicism est of tbe question.
la the turmoil which seems ian-ispnt.
France and England! have t'ae greatest
dinger to apprehend. Full, decisive.
tjrilTiant su crease and a final triumph is
IndilpenMble to Napoleon ; ani while
liagland must participate ia ar.j general
coiiLinentitl war which nuj be inaugu
rated or ncupy the eTiivoca! position
of acauiious looker-on, she cannot em
bark in a foreign wir without incurring
the- risk cf insurrection at home. A
tfellaw-fee'.ing cf sympathy for the dan
gers which beset aas another in this
crisis may cement another alliance be
tween England and France.
When this i-npendiaj "iistartance
breaks ou: as it seems sure to do be
fore long and while biood is Howie?
Ike water from the reias of Europe's
je.xtuinry, tat way may c pen itself for
that grand revolat". oi in governmental
structures which wiil give to tbe people
af th aristocratical dependencies an
scape from tbe oppreasi-a an-l absolut
ura of imperial rule. Tbe possibility
f inch a result invests the bloody pros
pect with at lea', one hopeful ch iracter-
tatie ; and whether it destroys or gives
asw lease of life to Romanism or any
other fjrra of religion, go long as it
affords an opportunity f r tbe foundation
f popular, free governments, it ofTers
fur itj-elf a palliation in the eyes of the
lovers of true Liberty in all Christen
dom.
BsRLlt, October 2L All the German
Stte not loembers of the CciJetleratioD
igTiifjr thrir intentian V y'm the new postal
trsat mnrltitl.'il vsi'.h ths? l'nlpfi Sta.frs.
, . ot x, - . . ,
VlBXTi., Oct'jber "t- The Ke:cL.rt a has
paMtrd a secular rarrias hill,
lc;aiu
anarriage bj civu ei agist rates.
Lonimj October 2. Late dispatches I
from Roue fay the party ofacu n attempted
an msurrertionTucsd iy. A mine was placed
under the barracks of the Papti Zouaves and
trrd at aginniind
he at: erupt was a
tircided f:liire,
N,buJ kLkd, but
1 J iri'Ul WiC aiijuia-j. A uw wautJiu
.... , , , "
was ba ily slutterc-l. A ?PDf ral oiitbrrsk
as a,.ou .upicad .ad tLe city beme
tl'iicL
CLUB MEETING LAST SIGHT BADT
CAL TICTOBT-
The National Union Club of Ormsby
County met last night pursuant to ad
journment. A resolution introduced
by Jlr. Jlighcls limiting debate to live
minutes was adopted. Gov. fMinger
land's (Conservative) Resolution was
inderincitely postponed by a vote of ;0 i
ayes to l." noes t Tbe following reso
lutions oocred ty General Noursc (Kad
ic.il) were adopted with but few dis
senting voices :
fii in'rrd Th-1 iWm:r.-.r the issues norr
ht f-re t!ie peele of this country su"!ieieMiv
mt bv tho reMiluviont atre.oiv adopted by
thi('liib. we cheerfully crnrede to n. embers
of the pirtv the lar:;'r liberty t;f rpii:i: n
upon other fi'ie!-tiin.s.
lsL'fi fhntur.tii f irt'T tier l.ir.ni'T;''
ia the poli'iral o lolito n of the coMitry
hail r:iie tiew i-iie-. bttwer a !oi'ii;l i a.-
t:f s, we ueein it m:wip t ir.iivc uew party
tc-t ly aiiy scti..aof tl.lt t'l..b.
V.T Cutter Conservative v!:o dit
claitusi being a con resident c-l tii.s
cuirity, nn i to whom the editor of ti e
Ai :-i:ai. aikno-.v'e.Icc 1 hitos. .f as 5tar.d
in corrected, i tr-re 1 (in accord sr.. e
With previous t.jiie a ia tion to rc.'o::
sidcr the vo'.e u'atrel y t':e elU'i.
r;-s iliitiun " vras in it linitelv t0't"one't.
foe ui:tion was l.ts'. I';. -.a laoiioa ot
Ler;er.I Noursc an Kxe--tinve t'".ira-r!' e
of tve nasiaid- a par: tf ll.e ort: tr.'.i i
tion of the C:u'. Ia : ri.::i- ti.t:'
wi'h. the t'oiiun iojr niait l jrotit ru( o
were ctiar.icvius'y ele.-ttd : V. I. Ti r
reysoa, ii. F. r.i.vard Ir-.v;:i.
Wi.ilt.ira Wallace and . ii. Marlef.c
(all Maiiea!.-). l':oi motion t!.e C!nS
a ;j ar: ed to mri-t at the call cf the
Coainiitue. We l.'tc 1 to have turtti a
to state that Mr. Cutter otleted a bur-
ies'iie s-ilirae resolution nb.cu :.
unanimously rejected. The UadicaN.
although in a m:tj jri'y of r.early fjiiv lu
one, refrained from exulting ovtr the.r
Triumph and eve-"vihinir i.i?sed itl
unanimous. v.
BY t'AUK.
r-i:is. Otcbrr 2 All o:Z.-ial journa.s
c xjclude that the ltclar itl n of It;iv within
tw ny-foiiT heir must c:.:':.er annr ui.ee h r
Jerrniiinaticn to aiJ the rtia'utioiiir-t iuov1-
ment x faithful1. x execute thf prnvisi'-n i
the September couvcnLittn. France will de
cide oa peace or war accorJi:;!v.
ri.our.M T, Octuhfr 2 A petition sIiKri
by U.f'f'O ci'izens of Rome his been re-
srntc J to the Tope, prayiriir his Holiness to
consent to the occiipaUoa of Ii-jn:c by tlie
national troip.
New Yokk, Octoher 21. The Herald's
Florence special of thr l!:h sars the situa
tion i still embarrassing and criucal. The
Italian troops aloes; the frontier are diin all
:n their puwer to i-revt-nt the insureu's
err sin. All Itjly is excited over the
French war preparati.ae.
lleport from Rome state th?it a fierce bat
tle oceurred Thursday. The Pipe's troops
recupturcd the town t f Vcvwl:r the Gari
UaMlans sulTt-riag heaw'.y.
LiM)o, October A dispatch from
Paris announces that Italy has pitivfly
p!- d herself to eiifurce the provisions cf
the e;tTemlH'r treaty. The Frcnth expedi
tion is accordingly abandoned. Orders V r
the s-iiiir. v( the fleet of Toulon hue betn
cotmteria iii'Ied and the troops are disem-harkin-
T:ie insurgent's, ia consequence of
this action, have evacuated the R jman ter
ritory. It is rumored that the leading Knropean
Powers will unite with France in joint inter
vention fur the stUlcment cf the Romun
pirstioc
The French Cabinet hate addressed a cir
cular t'j its diplomatic representatives S' 1
emnly pledging France l enforce the Sep
tembsi r treaty.
Fjloul.nce, OclijV? 21. Rataai has re
signed. Tbe Kir: has summoned C'ialdira
t Florence to firm a new ministry. The
people suspect the new Cabinet of btii.j;
formed in the interest of France.
Petitions ar? pouring ia from all parts of
Pa y pretesting aaiuist the d&strUoa of the
national cause.
Ritazzi to-niht addressed a lare crowd.
who were making demonstrations in favor of
Garihaldip assuring them that the Kir. will
nxiintain the bonr of the Government.
Garibaldi has issued a proclamation whhh
adds to the pop-ilur excitement. He nros
the pcop!e of Italy to persevere in the strug
gle.
London, Ootcber 21 Midnight. Ac-
couiits from the I'lip. States are confiiotin,
! r . .. , .
Florence telegrams say that the Garibaldians
tnaiutaa their position and arc hourly being
reinfurctd. liome telegrams say all t;e in
surgent have evacuated the Roman territory
and ah mdoned their attempt.
Sr. Petlksui m;, October 21. The tray
j J
tk. ...:.....
i annauncrs that the cxptdition fir Taly his
r , '
- ' " eoua'.ermaaiW. Italy pie J-e biei
ance of tbe treaty of Srptember.
Fi-otir.scE, October 22. Cialilhu has been
unable to form a new Cabinet, and has
abandoned the task. It is possible Uatazzi
may remain in the Cabinet with some changes
in the Mini.tJy.
The popular agitation is grent throughout
Italy. An extremely bitter feeling is shown
aain?t France. Victor Kinarurl is loaded
with reoroaches for yielding to the dictation
of Nap. icon. There have been several de-
moiistrations of indignalafn at Tiorciiee.
The populate irather in crowds under the
windows of the Government nlicers and
shout fir Home a the Capital of Italy.
Fi.nui.NcK, L-tober 2-Jt. CinLlini has suc
cecled in forniiutr a new Mini-'ry.
An ct!a'i,i! i.e'te declares th it there is r.o
aprreherision of French in'.i rvontion, arai i
etvoixts the propie to sustain the Kiaz.
A ruaior is cr.rrent that Cia'.Jini is plaa
r.ii.j a ii:i)i.''if(i( for s.'Ivin.; the Hainan
(jae-ti n.
'1 he e:l-r:sof .he police to tlir -it tl.c
wio r .i'hmi's ef (jurii.aldi have j r'vf d fi.tile.
A ti'iai1-. r f ci'iens hsd aa a i ll-, ae.1 n it!-,
t'ae Kitii t uiy, ami implored H: M.:j ..--y
I- r tlie h iTatam of Home.
Mn fi ia:iaMi is reported Iv in- si. k ia
t'.e l'r :i;r.( (;f Cmhria.
l't::s. o,; ,!,er 23. Tbe F.;-crcr f A i
arrive 1 at Nancy yestei.hy. lit is -pceted
at Palis to-night t. vitit N ;p-l-T.
lie j. i--U TiirooU Ii iuen. w to-ri he h n :ta
ir.i-rvii-w with the Kin; .it rr-:tfi.i. The
itiif rsatit n was of the most ftlvudly t'.:.r-
i;' r.
I.o!'"v. October 2.1. Tunrilts lure
e'orcd nin.ai - 'he laborers in I:ri'T ;r.v. fi;r:
'ithew.ial cf cmpluvnitnt ar,d s .inl'vr.f
i t .!. Crowd g-.$l;ered, tkmiot in f. r bread.
Ia some pl..c s attempts were made t .. pill i-c
th- b.A. rict.
Flo!. i Mr. Oerobor 21. The i.t-.ts t--!-!'.'
is i.!o:ot.s for the cause rf Im, but
he (i .veri.iutii: dtems it best to s'.:-- res
the tails fr the prfseut.
L..M.OX. O.-tr.bc 21. The Tuars has a
sr. t. t -j.t r;.J i.n French ir.t: i:
n.
I:
the corr;
.:r cf Kiar.c
a- .Tiiel to Italy and perilous to t;tr--:.
..i.J
dct'.urf s tiit it rtft cs will be tr:ir.--C' i.d.ii.t,
fur t:e Ciai.b hhans nmst xie aaiLi w.th
new cr.t r; re against TCcme.
It is n p-.rttd that Nap .-.eon hr.s rcoti d
the Kuripean Powers te uni'o with Fr.ia. e
in a j-iitrul Conference for the Stiie::iCLt cf
t!ie K -p.iin 'j ie-tiun, to prrvect tiit rtcur
rci: e f c irrtM even's in Italy.
Sir Jriics jo'ih, the emiLieat atr nnier.
died to-dr.y, a;.:d SO.
There are indications of Fcr.iza ro.vc
:::rnts M Co; k. The patrol guard have le;-n
doubled.
pAkia, Octtber 21. The latest accculs
represent the new Cabinet ineomplt.-, (im
eral Iirandc' hesitating to arcrpt a p rtf ili
K itai is sti.l acting as Prime Ministt r to
Npclei-n-
The l.mperorcf Austria is the guet cf
jiapolc; n.
NSW, TO DAY.
NEW DENTISTRY OrriCII
DS. M. MASTNY,
I) E T I S V.&Ez
27 '-'-LlIIX
tri.n INFORM THE TITIzrtNS OF
O rma1y
CARSOX
House lilo'k
CIT, 5EVAUA,
tr, l th - d.irin FIRST CI.A-S nFXTlSTr.Y
IVOKK T" il-t.i t. rt'l at hi uflue. 11a I
l uUi'KIHIU.; f tbe
Patent Vu!canlzcl Gold Lining.
Mt'f j'A .;rk , t a Lir l-iic. pr. mj ily fx-
erui- .I.
Cri. -t -1 r ST. 1W. o JT tf
KOliEHT B. SIIAltP.
IETISTt
H as r.rFiTTEuiiisorriCR ko-vc
To do Good Siatmtlat AVer stt
RctisasMt Prices.
H wi'I -!eve-t t hi old eiitnmt", and
.hit t.rm- itt-i b may fkvirhim with acili.
'fif l vt ir executes eta uf teth, wr.h air
chtiiil-r-s
Lined ss It h Pnr Gold, ay he nf of
fm proved gold ll-alaf; and rnblxr.
7iii i a n w i:jv-titi.)B, superior to any "!-! a.j e.
It svi l 'Tref.ffth urifl beautv to the j-'iite. T
thin w rk hf ir.virfa clis especial atttnli-.a of the
Iub::t.
Nobvet f Tsxtractiag teeth pr-parati-ry
to httinj ibeplie.
MXv C-irtt ttrsst o?xoite the Tiara
Carit No.'Ja. aull-lf
MAGNOLIA SALOON
COUNTY ECII.DINOS. CARLOS CITY.
GEORGE LEWIS, - - Proprietor.
1HE nt'lICKST WINES. BRNIIKf. 40..
I (pUt U f'T fAIUtW m ), kpt COUI:lIlV ..!
I...U1. Ail he etiuik-a atrttWit )iu.r4 will 1-v
T uniiit f.i.H ?:i!tn-D. ail nilal lmliuii-ut ii ttie
m"t .- rm W'.t f tbe kind ia th 8tate.
tr Lull- ti :tl 11 A. S. )vj-tf
.oltc laa laakrapu;.
'!'. a: i. nr.nt it mat concern: kxiw
Nrt.tia. Wii on luth day .f fptfuil.r, A 1.
iv;..tiilTai.iiiiiSd, anilaia bjw a.tmg Ar-s in
,,f ,tie K.uti .f AiaauCurry. ttuikrui.i ; iLt ,
'j tolVl-Jinrf to ie, b, II.
ri-
a!!
. Jia :ul.-y. i.aular la aofcropacy. o.j
o o Xj x zs sir
EAGLE HOTEL !
Pike S-re-1, ..j . ite th C.-urt IIoum,
Dayton, Lycn County, Kevada,
'I'lIK AW-ttE NAVF.fi PfBI.IC H",T?E.
I ct i- mi' !.'T t frM ci-l.e.i Thr.ni' li-
- u' v.i;j ii...- biur j a: ,i ii.o r a etnri.ts.f
f a
It r. r . ti f r -s ; n i i ti e a"ti-t O-.T .
ti - f ..- v I V .'i.'::-e l.t.ieii -1 ir- 1
: i r:. :t : - r ':i. !.'t-: t it 1 . i-ojti:.. at-, !.
Tlie most itrtlratitr filare f PnTtic
K!i:crtai:iiKeiit titttie Statr.
t:ie i.oim;i; noons
A-i.I Ib-.r : .-.foe ;
THE T J. B L E
.... i i , s.-ii a...!
vtncUetl viiiti ft;e Choicest Wliit
ne;l l.iQiirs
ii:t;;h "czt Carcf-l'y Attc3ci 7a .
KISS Of.E :i4!.:a
1' 11 A V 1 . 1. I N i ITlil.K'.
C" 1 T I Z K :i S OK D A V O I
v. ILL A I . r i
!. it- t f I I'- ::-r.raje I. i.. .
Proprietor.
TNTCTICE.
1 I. Ari T A firr.S M'K TI!K
i t-f n.-jn : ?o., i,t kr C . n.;.i
Nosemlsrr lOth, lGlf
S-l'IT WILL BL CuVMFNrnD.
TCOTICE.
(FFITK C 'VNT Y TiirA'tT.FR.
TiirArr.FR. )
' ' It ImT. j
13 th9 Tax Payers cf Ormaby County :
N iTlCK 1-i HKKi i-.Y c;;v;-;v THAT HIK
3i 1 I'' 1. f T v 1. r ihf fi.'i!r
I lT. ari- ., I I I. AMI l'A VAKI.E A T Hil -
(F:I'."K, 1 t' 4T .ti a 1 ! n p . j ; 1 ! 1 (j
tr r N.i.u.l.r l:l,. : - :. TKS 1'tlt I't.M.
VI ILL 1E AlCt.l J I i..i-mc.v.
II. I1. VASAS,
0 ii':v ri( -Lr.r,
Ai. i'r- .. r is.fi,-r.
4 Cffi e at 1L0 ft. re t M im.u a UuJ.
OKMSIiY iiousi:
EILLIASL
SALOON :
A. I.ivinsstoiv-
Lesser,
HAVIXfS RKXTED 711 E Wf.I.TABI. $ALH'.N
HI lil.i-hv H '---, will tiv. In;. pr?M:,jl
ire ;i 11 1 . uiji? iLe r xi-j. u a vj'U.ar 'iut e
A r. -n .
tir.-..:i. 0't .-r:', i-;r. oci if
EAGLE MARKET,
Carson iftreut, in tLe Tin-.tt-r Blcct, corner
Proctor Strwt,
CARSON tlTV, XLVADA.
I'raiicis Mayors lropritor.
M
R. MAYERS KKH'S VONTAXT!.Y ON
LjlI tI:Lst .jual.lj tf Xiuti mcL aa
BEEF,
3J VEAL,
Mutt n ,
1 o r k
AiJ all ntlior k:m!B that i:m l-e ol.taiLctl fjr th:d
at liveable a:iU Kttail.
TEK71S RKtSOVABLC.
The Pf--i f l arc. a aic im i:ei to call and .
("irj. .n it..l,cr ;;. IMT. iflm
T EE AT E ES ALOOF!
''HIS r.V.)R!TB I'LACE OF 11CS03T FAit
I ilie thirtv li ia tht)
Fiatst.'WIisiy ia t"is StitJ of Kevada,
f .r V2i Cf n:s ; an,
Bnrton'a XXX Ale mrt Uiaalkl.
Wtitiy all .nr I.i-ju.r, in Fm Fiaoiisco, aati
h.-iv au iiurIi. k in I- r the Winter.
i;s ra.l an.l try t- r yoiiiM-iv.is. Yoa aiil
jlOUUb V.' RKEK,
rmjrietors.
vamjo, v. s, st i
t'iRSOS ITV, NEVADA
NEW AUR ANGEME HT
OH AM) AFTER
TUESDAY, JULY 2nd, 1S67.
W.F.AYILSOVS STAGE
FOU VIIU.I.M A
AnJ ir.tt r.elitte p ii.t-- w c- nr.et with ths
PIONEER STAGE LINE,
AT CARSON C I T If
i-vi.v.
FASSilNOEit.
MAILS
A S I
i;xriiEs.
Tt-f i . ' v 1 A tki.J -'ra
:1. -nM.tr. a . !. ii ;.l v
OI- FIf K At !!-. f- nrco. C.,
nnl alo at thr t'rjiihl.y ilrii-i-,
rvrzr: . Gocr9
AT GP.IAT BARGAINS!!
KITXMiLYKU
S 1 I IJ . t: its.
S A. X3 jD Ti Ti3 53
V. vv ui i,!-t". A 1 V.:, s ,!(.:. 1 : a:. 1 I'cDBlV-
..- a
TSAM HAIilCESS,
SiEl and To-ille Sujjry Eartcss,
wii ns, i.i:atiii:i.
- :
s a in i. f. n v 1 1 a u n v.- auk,
Wl.: h A J l.i. VV A.-" 1 U t LOU ErTt
A 1. 1 T T I. V. . Y I". 14
(iootl Ar.: le Kver v ni F. lil Btfasa-
IX KVAIA!
Y u ai? r-. -f;: : i'.' :t. I i.l at KI1A
V. i Kii Hi.. . l.rar IL M-
I : .it. t 11 i . t i.! (
It'll -:. ti ':.- -i ; ( J . ni thm
I'-IiiLdli .-r, t .ailc Vi ia 4 U-
tXj i t. :!: e,
tA.HS.I.N riTY, EVAD.
J'-. !!. tf
JOHN K. CHEXEW
l'LAl Kit IN
Crocfris. Piovisioss Liters, Sl6.,
Corner Telcr&;h and tV.soa
CARSU.V tin,
HaVrMi I l LI UASFI' lilt J-T.-KF. 1 ATS
1 c l- J. J . -i, :i k-?p aa-
tiiA.y i ii lbimI a ia:e a . a Ui.o a.9' i:&.t-Lt of
GHCCI1UES AND ritOVISIOBS,
t mi-'. in ; -u t
I'ALirOHM t II A 31 S ,
BACON,
Fieh llanch Uuttei-.
Lard,
Tea,
",
C'affrc.
5"fSa
FLOl'R, CORK 31KAI,',
Green, t an anil Dried rrnlta,
Confrctaonary, Stallonri-f ,
Pockot Cutlor y
Wl.Ks AXD L1UIOUS.
JfcaResie3.tir th i Ucr, cpracr Tt-lcgrat h Saal
Car a strteti, Tturi a liouw.
JullN E. CIIET.
Jul li. jtli tf
CHEAPEST STORE 13 TO"Wa
GREAT
REDUCTION IN PRICES!
Wo art now s !!ir our
NEW FALL STOCK
or
DI1T GOODS
i..u:s' piioks
Cm3fia.2?ES. '
Tss.ix kvi:i; ncronct
OLCOVICH BROS.,
Corner Camn u J Fourth gtretts,
C A K S 0N CITY.
Rrcelvlng osir Cioails sllrrct tVa
Sew tsrk, wear able to sell cheats
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