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Tlie Daily News.
SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 11, 18t.G.
The laityiiig of tit? Atlnntlc Cable.
11Y nALl'H WALDO EMEnSON.
Oh, tenderly the haughty day
Fills hlB blue urn with tire !
Ono morn Is in the mighty heaven,
And ono In our deaue.
Tbo cannon boom? from town to town,
Our pntseB aro not les?;
Tho joy-boll? cblnio tbo tilling? down,
Which children's voice? bless.
For Ho ?ho sproad your broad bluo field,
O'er mantling land and bos,
Ono-tbird part of tho sky unrolled,
For tho banner of the free !
The mou-aro rlpo of Saxon kind
To build an equal State,
To tako the ?tatuto from the mind.
And mako a duty fate.
United States I Tho Ages plcsd,
Prcscutaud i>ast, in undersong,
Oo, put your crood into your deed,
Nor spoak with doublo tongue!
For flea and land don't understand,
Nor ?hie?, without a frown,
Seo sights for which tho ono hand fights,
With tho other cloven down !
Ce.inst at homo?then etretch beyond,
Your B contre o'or tu? ?ca.
Ann mako tho broad Atlantic pond
A ferry of tho free.
And henceforth thorn shall bo no chain,
Havo underneath tin? set,
Tho wlro? shall whisper through the main,
Sweet songs of Liuerty !
The conscious sttrs accord above,
Tho watora wild below.
And cpa?clcBS, thron?h tho cabio wove,
Hor fiery errand? go.
For Hothat workcth IiIkIi and wise,
?or pauhOK in liic plan,
Will tako tho sun ont of tho skies,
Ere freedom out of man.
THE RIOT 1??YDE PARK.
Wo published yesterday a graphic account from
tho London Times of tho recent groat popular d?
monstrations at Hyde Park and Trafalgar Square.
In it is on ?illusion to Mr. BniouT's letter, which
wo now lay beforo ourroaders :
Mit. BRIO HT ON THE PBOPoSED MEETING IN HYDE
To the Editor of the Star:
Sin :?The following letter has beon received
from Mr. Bright, M. P. Will y u kindly inBort
the eamc in your valuablo paper ?
I am, air, vour obsdient servant,
GEORGE HOWELL, Secretary,
No. 8 Adelpbi-torraco, W. 0., London, July 21.
Rochdale, July 19.
Deau Sib:?I thank your council for tho invita
tion to the meeting intended to be held in Hydo
Park on Monday next.
I cannot leave homo for some days to come,
and theroforo cannot bo in London on the 23d
I see that the Chief of the Metropolitan Force
has announced his intention to prevent tho hold
ing of the mooting. It appears from this that the
people may meet in tho parks for every purpoao
but that which ought to bo most important and
most dear to them. To meet in the streota is in
convenient, and to meet iu the park is unlawful?
this is the theory of tho police authorities of the
You havo aBBertod your right to meet on Prim
TOBO Hill and in Trafalgar Square. I hope after
Monday next no ouo will doubt your fight to meet
in Hyde Park.
If a public meeting in a public park is denied
you, and if millions of intelligent and honest mon
aro denied the franchise, on what foundation does
our liberty reat; or is there in tho country any
liberty but the toleration of tho ruling olaaa ?
Thia is a serious question, but it is necessary to
ask it, and some answer muBt be given to it.
I am very respectfully yours,
Mr. Geoboe Howei.1,, Secretary to the Reform
League, No. 8 Adelpni-terrace, Strand, London.
JOHN BTOABT MILL ON THE BIOT.
Mr. ' ' "" * ' ' " ' ' " ?ftsm . ,.. 1... na i..11....... ;n 11...
House of Commons :
Ho thought that noble londs and honorable
Sentlomen on the ministerial aide of the Houae
id not fully estimate the extreme eorioueness oi
the occasion, and tho direct consequences which
might result from the atep which tiny had taken.
[Hear.] He would not discuss tho question aa to
the right of tho people to meet in Hydo Park;
tho Govemmont had tho opinion of good lawyers
to tho contrary, aud he believed tho Government
thought they were acting quito rightly when
they resolved to exclude tho people; but he would
add that lawyers were not all of ono mind upon
the subject, and that in hia opiniou if the people
had not tho right to moot in tho parka they ought
to have it. [Hear.] He-maintained, moreover,
that when application was made for permission
to hold tho meeting it should havo been granted
[hear]; ana that if tho peuple rcully believed
they had the right to meet in tho park, that be
lief formod a reason under tho circumstances for
granting tho requeBt ten thousand times rather
iban refusing it onco. The people wore already
in an excited state upon another subject and the
Government might reasonably have expected that
if the people were refused the simple roquent they
made, consequences buch aa had happened would
have resulted. If the people were not permitted
to meet in the parka, where, he asked, could they
meet with less interruption to the trahie or incon
venience to the inhabitants of tho metr?polis?
Trafalgar Square could not be said to be more
convenient for a meeting than the parks; and he
aBked whether a meeting held in any one of them
once in every two or three years would cause one
thousandth part of the intorruption to the ordi
nary uses to which a park was put that was caused
by a volunteer review. Tue Home Secretary had
assured them that ho had no objection to the
holding of auoh meetings in proper places and
at proper timea, but be did Dot describe what
were the proper times and places; and already
the newspaper scribes who were supporting
the Government were declaring that no open
air meetings ought to bo tolerated in tho mo
tropolia. He advised the Government to adopt
that declaration, aud ho promised them that
in such an event they would have to encounter
resistance of a very different kind from that they
had as yet encountered. ["Hear, hear," from
tho Ministerial aide of the House.] Noble lords
and right honorable gentlt man opuosito could be
congratulated on having brought about a piece of
work last night which would require wiser men
than they were to efface, f Hoar, hear.] It had
been tho anxious wixb of all woll wish.rs of their
country that toe necessary changes in the consti
tution of this country should be made, if possible,
without the leant alienation or ill blood between
the governing olasBeB anti the governed. The
present government, however, seemed to be tie
termined, as far as depends upon them, that this
anxious desire should be frustrated. [Cries of
"Oh, oh," and "boar, hear'] It was well known
that a kiud of people existed who could do more
miBchief in an hour than could be mended in a
lifetime. [Ministerial cheers.] Her 'Majoety'a
present advisor? t-oaivc? to bo d ?irons of having
their names inscribed in company with the names
of tbOBO iiluBtrioua mischief-makers. [Hear.]
The Chancellor of tho Exchequer, Mr. Disraeli,
repudiated with indignation tho views and mo
tives attributed to the Government by Mr. Mill,
and maintained that tho precautions they had
taken to preserve tho peace were such as any
prudent minister would nave adopted, That tho
arka were unfit placea for political meetings bad
eon shown by Sir G Groy and Mr. Walpolo; and,
in illustration, ho mentioned that in all the public
parks which had been opened iu various provin
cial towns, it was a standing rule that no political
meotings should be held there. ' ?s to the "noti
fication" which had been eo much blamed, it had
never ontced the minds of ministers that the'
real working men, whose goneral orderly conduct
ho cordially acknowledged, would commit acte of
xiot; but th?y believed that tho senm of thia great
city would take advantage of euoh an aasemblago,
and the justice of their apprehensions was proved
by the event. Bo far from having an obji-c ion to
Sub lie. meetings on any subject, he believed tbem
> bo a valuable political satety-valve, and abould
rather tun tirage them ?bon held at proper timos
Mr. Walpttlo bm?iI Hiero wns no foundation for
tho rumor that tho Guards had been ordered to
load nitor they were in the park.
After somo remarks from Mr. Whalley and Mr.
Hadtleld, tho subject dropped.
THE CONTEST ENDED.
I From the Morning Star, July 20. J
Tho conlcBt botweon Might and Right?between
tho Government and tho people?has ended as all
euch contests must end iu a freo country. Tho
peoplo have triumphed; and by thoir conduct
whou reaping tho substantial fruits of victory
they bavo given a new proof of their tillo t > con
fidence, and of tho justicoof thtir claim to onjoy
a full snare of political power. We rejoico that
this morning wo havo not to occupy our Bpaco
with a repetition o? tho disastrous scenes which
disgraced tho motropolis on Monday and Tuesday.
Tho Government havo been taught a lesson which
they will not soon forgot, and Sir Richard Mayno
has loarnt that tho preservation of order docB not
givo to tho polico unlimited and brutal license.
THE BE8ULT OF TUB INTERVIEW ANNOUNCED TO THE
As the result of tho Confi ronco between the
Reformers and the Homo Secretary, tho annexed
poster was published at an early hour in the even
The Reform League and (he Government.?Tho
Government, by tho liight Him. Hpeucer Walpole,
the Home HecrotMry, have this day agreed with
the Council of the Reform League, to facilitate! in
i very way thoir obtaining a Bpeedy decision,,
either in Parliament or in a court of law, as to
the tight of tho poop o to hold public meetings in
tho parks, and it is earnestly requested that iu the
mt-uiitimo and uutil the question is decided, no
further attempt be matlo to hold a meeting in
Hyde Tark, except only on next Monday after
noon, July 30, at six o'clock, by arrangement with
tho Government ; and it is further earnestly re
quested that all will abstain from disorderly actB,
and dn everything in their power to preservo tho
pcaco aud protect property, tho Govorumout un
dertaking, on their purl, not to mako any further
demonstration of tho military or polico.
EDMOND BEALES, Presiden?.
THE DEMAND ON FRANKFORT.
Some days ago wo hud a brief account by tele
graph of Gen. Manteufpei.'s demand on Frank
fort. We now have further particulars by mail.
Tho Frankfort correspondent of the Cologne
Gazette, writing on tho 2lat. says :
The inhabitants of Frankfort are in a state of
great anitation. Yesterday afternoon Gon. Man
tcuffol, the new commandcr-in-chief of the army
of tho Maine, assembled tho leading commercial
men at the town hall, and announced to them
that a fresh contribution of'20.000,000 iloriuB had
been imposed upon the city. The first contribu
tion of six millions,, or, to speak accurately, of
5,800,000 florins, had been paid in specie the pre
vious evening, through the bank, ibis announce
ment caused indiBcribablo consternation. The
General declared, in reply to tbo pressing repre
sentations of tho inhabitants, that, to his great
rogrei, tho very strict orders which bad been sent
to him from Berlin would not permit him to mako
tbo least concession. The enormous sum was to
bo paid within twenty-four hours, either in specie
or in bills of tho City of Frankfort; tho delay waa
afterward extended to Monday. A committee,
composed of M. M. Rothschild, GruncliiiB and
Neuiville, is to tako the matter in hand. The
Mayor has gono iu tho name of the unfortunate
city to the King's hoadquartorB, in order to ob
tain a reduction of the contribution.
A correspondent of tho T?ntes Bays that Frank
fort is by far the richest place in Germany irvpro
portion to its inhabitants, it having 20 bankers,
each worth 20,000,000 florins, included among its
A Frankfort dispatch of tho 24lh says :
No declaration relative to the payment of the
coutribution having been made by tho municipality
up to the time appointed by the Prussian com
mandant, the latter has put an execution into the
town. Tho troops are quartered in Buch a man
ner that a largo number, not less than 50, are
billeted upon the senators and principal inhabi
tants. Burgomaster Fcllner dieu last night?it is
believed of apoplexy.
The Frankfort Journal publishes an official
statement of the provision to be made for the
i)r.wui?im hv their involuntary hoste, tbo citizens
of that town :
'Officers, functionaries ranking as officers, sor
geaut-mnjor-?, ensigns, and sub-officers, acting aa
officers, havo a right to demand?in the morning,
coffee with accessories; at noon, soup, meat, vege
tables, a roast, and a bottlo of ?vine; in tho after
noon, coffee, Stc; at night, a light supper and
eight good aegars per diem. Tho soldiors quar
tered upon the citizenB are to receive from the
latter?in the momio ?, coffeo with accessories;
at noon, one pound of meat, vegetables, and
bread, and a half bottlo of wine; in tho evening, a
petit souper, with a jug of beor and eight segura
per diem. The quality of the provisions must
be such as to satisfy tho requirements of the sol
A dispatch dated Mannheim, July 24, says:
Advices received hero from Frankfort of yoatcr
tcrday's date annonnco that tho Chamber of
Commerce has resolved not to pay the 25,000,000
florins demanded by Gen. Manteuffel. This do
termination was supported by the whole city,
which preferred submitt ng to pillage rather than
yield to tile Prussian demando.
The City of Frankfort has solicited the inter
vention or the Emperor Napoleon and the English
Cabinet in its behalf.
The Emperor is said to have courteously receiv
ed this request.
REMOVAL OF TREASURE FROM HANOVEB.
A Hamburg letter to the London Daily News
says, under date of the 31st:
Just before the flight of tho King of Hanover
from bis capita), the Minis.er of Finances, who
appears to have been the only one that bad his
wits about him and knew bis duty, packod up the
money in the Treasury, to the amount of a mil
lion and two hundred tbouaand dollars, and sent
it off in charge of Herr von Klencke, one of tbo
functionaries of the finance department, to Bre
merhaven by railw y, for shipment by tbo North
Gorman Lloyd's steamer Bremen, which landed it
safely at Southampton, whence it was conveyed
by railway to London, and deposited for security
iu the cellars of tho Bank of England.
Prussia now olaims that property as money be
longing to tbe State, and demands its delivery to
the Prussian Legation in London as part of the
spoils of war taken from Hanover, already bo se
riously crippled as to be nearly ruined in a finan
cial point or view. A correspondence on the sub
ject has been carried on between the Prussian
Civil Commissioner in Hanover, Privy Councilor
von Hardenberg, and Kiug George, who is still
residing at tho country seat of bis father-in-taw,
Duke Joseph of Saxed Altenburg, at Hnmnie
thaim, near Altenburg, in which tho former de
mands tho Bank receipt for tho 85 cheats of treas
ure, threatening, in case of non-compliance, to
make the King peraoully responsible?, and to seize
and retain possession o? the royal domains and
other privato property of tlie crown till tbe money
in question is given up to PrueBia.
PUBLIC OPINION IN THE MINOR STATE?.
Tho other day a largo meeting at Stuttgart?tbe
largest, indeed, ever assembled in that city, and
attended by all tho local Parliamentary celebri
ties?though it reji'ctt-d'tlio Prnttsiau proposals of
Federal reform, yet adopted a resolution to the
effect that French interference ought to be repu
diated, como what may. After all, this is but an
other way of indorsing tho Prussian programme,
as without French iuterference it will inevitably
be forced npon them. At Offenbach, Grand Duchy
or HeBBO, Pforzheim, Grand Duchy of Badon, and
other places in the South, theBi mark programme
has been uuconditioi all?, approved at crowded
meetings. That the Woimar Parliamont have just
done the same, and ratiflod tho treaty transferring
their military and diplomatio concerns to Prussia,
has been probably telegraphed, but I refor to it in
order to add that the official Gazott? of that
Duchy ventures to hopo that the ?-outbern States
will follow suit, and force the command of their
troops upon Prussia, even should the latter abido
by her original intention of leaving tue Wurtem
berg, Badon, ?to , contingenta to Bavaria. By her
late military achievements Bavaria has certainly
earned no4right.to command.
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It keeps the bead cool and clean. ?
It makes the hair rich, soft and gloBfiy.
It prevents tho hair from falling off and turning' graj
It restores hair npon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who vaincs a beautiful he?
of hair should use Lyon'a Kathalron. It la known ant
need throughout the olvUlead world. Bold by all ta
epec table dealers. DEM AH BARNEB & CO.,
October 38 , atutniyr New York
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY,
Drawn Daily at CovingtoD, Ey.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAQERS,
Tickets from Si to $QO.
CIRCULARS 8BNT FREE OF CHARGE. ORDERS
for TI0KET8 la the above LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. DrawingB mailed aa soon s the Lottery is
drawn. Havana flan Lottery?30,000 Tickets; 69S
Prizes. Capital Price, $100,00.'. Draws the 16th and
81st of eaih month. Address
H. T. PETEB8,
United States Licensed Agent,
No. 00 Hasel stroet, or Key Box 62. Poatoffloo.
DB8. RAOUL & LYNAH
HAVE RECENTLY RETEIVFD A LARGE STOCK OP
DRU08. 80AP, PERFUMERY -ND PROPRIE
TARY AND FANuY AiiTloLKH, wbloh they offer at
Wholesale and Retail. They would call sp?cial atten
tion to tho followlug :
Flax Seed (ground)
Medicine Ghosts (Plantat'n)
Medi?me Cheats (ship use)
THE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED
?hat ?hose highly esteemed BITTERS are now made
by the same parson who made tbem for over tweuty
years for James Moorhead. Ho havlog tbo original re
ceipt, can confidently rocommei d them equal to any
made during Han bead's life time.
Bod in quautitles to suit purchasers at No 09 CAL
IIoUN.sTHt-.ET, south side, between Meeting ami An*
son streets. JAMES MoKEAN.
July 11 lmo
THEODORE P. CHDPEIN, Dentist,
office u_? __^_?mim-?,
HAVING RETURNER TO MY NATIVE CITY, AF
TER an absence of five years, I tender my Pro
fessional Services to my friends, tb?* firmer patients of
the late Dr. WM. r. MuNEFBLDT (my prec-pt >r), and
tho public generally. By the opportunities and tho many
rare ?Wantages recently enjoyed (sino- the dlsoandlng
of the armiea), I an ena dad to offer the latest
STYLES OF WO.-K and toe MUST IMPROVED
METHOD OF TREATMENT VOR THE TEETH.
TIM. K, 18TKUN -ill. I.A. JUUllftAl.
18 PDBUHHHD EVBBY SATURDAY MORNINQ ?
the town of Bannatteville, 6. O., by W. F. B. BWM
Terms. ?Thre* tallara per aonumln actranr?? ?T?iii
uoiiaif tot tcojO'-is'i tUtarit?
IST E W
A FRESH STOCK
IsTo. 394 Kiiig-St.
THE STJRSiJl?IBE?l, AGENT
for Manufacturera of, and
Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in. Ladies'. Gent's Misses',
Youth's and Children's Fine and
Medium Sewed and Pegged
BOOTS AND SHOT?S, has taken
Store No. 394 KISG STREET,
where he will keep a large as
sortment of Goods, which will
be sold at the lowest possible
Our PINE GOODS we warrant
in every particular, uqual to
custom-made goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of thfl Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
August 1 ?_ lmo
11T0?T BOOK MANIFAC?OR?.
SUOH A8 RECORDS FOR P?BLIO OFFIORI?,
Ledgers, Journals, Ca?h BookB, Day Books, ko., eon
tantly on hand, and raudo to ordor, and with any des
riptlon of Ruling. None but ttie beat workmen employ.
d ,and the boat material? usud.
A practical experience of twenty yesrs in the abovs
no, and with facilities unsrsrpasEod, enable mo to war
BOOK BTNDIN6 AND JOB PRINTING
In a lilts branches, with now typo, ?Jrw presses, and
ctyantajioB not excelled in this city. L yor'a Blanks,
ltles, BonilH, Mortgages, Ac, Ac, on h. d and printed
o order. tiiti.nlvr December 14
No. 288 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 King-sreet,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. Q,
N.A.PRATT. ] S.W.WILSON. (P. B. WILSON,.
Chemist to late Graduate Ol
0. 8. Nitre and I Phils. College
Mining Bn- | of Pharmacy, k
react. (.'hemlat to late
I O H Ord. Dep't.
The Proprietors arc Nativo Georgians.
HURLEY'S POPOLAB WORM CAHDT
IS A 8PE0IFI0 FOR VVORM8.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTED TO 0DR1T.
PRATT tc WILSON BROS?,
No. 388 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, fl. O.
FOR CHILIS AND FEVER!
TTfcJ-B TUB BEST. s
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
VTEVEB PAILS ?A) WAYS TO BE DEPENDED
j}i upon?nothing more lollsblo than HUULH?'8
Witt euro Ajrue and Pevor, Chills and Fovo?\ Intermit
tent Pever, Dumb Ague, Every person who h&o tried
Unrloy's Tonio ?pea?aia high ermo of It A? s ouratlve
agent It 1? nnsurpaased, and more oertaln than quinine.
No bad resulta fren? using Hur.oy's Tonto. Everybody
should use Hurley's Ague Toulo.
PBATT A WILSON BROS?.
NO. 388 EING-bTREET, CHARLESTON, 8. O.
Jun?lo \, tuina