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Hillsdale Standard, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1866, Hillsdale, Michigan u '.Y ;i .MW7J TiSlErj-. r r r TtfESDAYrJTJKE 'i -f .T. NO. 1022. IBUSINESS UK, lillUUl H B A P.J1E.H S 1C- I-ikeflt., cor. UPalla, de VWte, tt 60 ffr dnten. Z. D. TflOMAS, .JUSTICE PEACE.' Hall fc Martla'i! Store. Ill'liilale. Mich, J. P. MARSH, LICENSED AUCTIONEER, AoclloDiontbort notice F. MARSH? Auctloneei nilliMale.H. GEORGE A. MARK. COUNTY SURVEYOR. IfDUitend to mllenlU for an in Clrlt Enzlneerlnic Will found lit residence of 3, Baldwin ITeet itreet.CoMesefim. _. J.S.HiitlnKi.Fdra B. FalrfleUI.' 64 DR. A. F. rnysiciAN'AND SURGEON, e Street, near Ihe bridge. --DR.L. A. PHYSICIAN ANB SURGEON, IncstH In HllliuUlft. nfffr vrnfeMlnin. to Inhabitant" o nnilTtelnltjr. Office Hall A Mar Tin'i Store T WILLIAM-W. GREEN, -RTAR OT.AISI AlfD INSURANCE AGENT. Jnntlcnof MICH. the Pott Office. OEO. E. SMITH. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Waldron ft Dank. Mleh. D. THOMAS, M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office OTer Hal] ft Marrln'n Hrr Slnrr St.5th door from C. C. JOHNSON, M. D. PHYSICIAN SURGEON. Bel Dry flood Store. ry tUiIdenee HIIMate J. Wlneri, near the College J. L. MILLS, PHYSIO.IANAND SURGEON with W'll.nn Parker .7. R. OITRTTS, s HOM03PATHIO PHYSICIAN AND SUR. GEON. doors Soafb of Went- el. Htll'dtle. Mich EVERETT SON. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Wilt attend to all callnln their ProfM.lon. Office Wntern Hotel Residence went of Office OCl'6l .n.A.KTKmtTT A. ORESSY. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. BBeenecondatory Moll's Drug Store. Manning ulreet. Mich W.. A. CALKINS, ECLECTIC PHYSICIAN, NOTAUY PUD- lie and UeonwA Coareyancer, Woorlhrlclge, Hllli- daUCoi, MlcUUan. 03jl J. J. CLARK, SURGEON DENTIST. OBIce Foott's 2nd S. HEMINGWAY, HOJtffiPATHIO PHYSICIAN AND SUR- GEON. Jlicliifin. RESIDENCE AXD OFFICE corner of Hnwrli and Wnlilrnn one rquara of Western Hotel. rkCCULIST. DR. IN R. WIS1STEB. had twenty jeaM einerlence tn tlie treatment ol cures the In abort time Call and him. No charge for I'ermtnently leeaied at Mm8 JONE3VII.LE, MICH. WHEATON it CUTLER, LAND AGENTS AND NOTAnYSPUBLIO rTlllattend to the pnreliaite and >aleof Real Es- tate.perfectlntr payment of Taxen. Partlentar attention paid to of Tax Titles. Office In Standard HutlJlus IlllldaU, -JITOABY, ATTORNEY .j COUN'SELLOR OBict lo Molt'" Stnry-HIl Mteh. ,E. MARCH.. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANGER! Pout Office, o. Mlrh. HENRY F. KELLOGG, ATTOJiNEY AT LAW. AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Fai (Icotar attention paid (o MICH. k WESTERN HOTEL, M. B SKINNER. Proprietor. t pat In the of repair lor the accommodation Irarellini Pabllr. IIU will itUara furnuhsd with the beit the market O. J. DICrCEHSON, ATTORNEY i COUNSELLOR AT LAW OOlce In Court Mich. EZRA. L. KOON, ATT'Y SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY IX IltorK.. Pout frv: -D. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, And Solicitor la Chancery. Office In Block. J. 0. WYLLIS, ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW. AfD SOLICITOR lit ClUXCERr MlocJr, WILSON PARKER, ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW IN CHANCERY- COLLECTIONS OP Bounty, Pensions and Back Pay, Promptly attended to. Office In.Standird Building, Hlllidale, Mich I. ll'.-IJ. wrt-SOJ. i -r o. O. S. CHANDLER, KOTAUY COMMISSION. EROF DEEDS FOR "NEW YORK INDIANA. at Onlted States Office, Hlllidale Mich. LAND COITVEYANOER AND NOTARY PUBLIC. oTer TValdron Daldj'i Baok. n'r'.e...' t CLEMENTLE, _WE AVEEl, ATTORNEY 4- COUNSELLOR AT LAV, Solicitor In Cbanetrr'and Notary Poblln. LICENSED WAR CL'AIX AGENT Peattoni.Bonntir Mo ner, and Back procured Bt MIUA t JUTUS. wltUi- Jndea Beamanr Undanrood'f PLASTER Di. M ROOM IS WELL SSnfiWf TTILLSDALE -fTlJJ Jf) BUSINESS COLLEGE! will bi opined JVT 33 IMC 'he tlme.Sfpt.28lb, 1861. If jnn teannot wait 10 mj before attending a HunlnfM College, nrnd (or italognit and rljcular at Ohrrlln, Ohio, the be-t fc'diicatlonal School la tlili belt n the Irtie of the word.' April '.'lib, 1S08. SEPT. 26th, IK Hillsdale, Michigan. It Ii to be, In all t First-class Business Institution, Voder the control of CALKIN, GRIFFIN CO., OF THE DXIOX BUSINESS INSTITUTE, OBERL1N, OHIO. The public will obierre tlie difference between is management of luta and Ihnsr ilcsil- Itintltuttniifl which spring Into full o a (Ingle week. FtslMSS OrriCKS, irtTa. and o her Parapktrnalia of a complete Inrltuln cannot, from the Terr nature of iiblalni-damt put In condl- lo affird nil the adTuatazen of a long Colleze, In a week. theie rean- at will not be opened un> II fnrnlihrd with, all the modern or and put In ouch connUiun m will enable It to take, at equal rank with he Tux F'norLx or HILLSDJLK hate Indietted their nnfl-l-nc- In thr nbililT and Inlfgrlty of CA I.KISS. GUIPflX fcCO., b- raUlnj One Tliniiun'l Dollani nd placing it In Ihe hvidii of following ciimmlttee: udgn C. J. Dlckeraun Dr F. and I'roiecu- Ing E L ;Koon. whleh moar; It to be aid to them ai aa Ihtll la In n CALKINS, GRIFFIN Co.'s BUSINESS INSTITUTE OBBIVL1N. OinO. S. S. CALKINS Jf C. P. GRIFFIN, rlnclpaUof ConjrorrcUl loitroe- In the Science of Law, and Lec- on Political Kcnnotnj, Buklt.rpi Ac. D. A. CURTISS, rlnaipal of Actuil An- Initructoi la ft Accouutt. 0. H. POND, ilnclpil of the nepartnient. and In- tn Practical-and Tnt-uri tlul Tele- RrgUtratlon, lit., lit.' L. E. A W. A. DRAKE. of the Chlrngraphle Department, In- In Spencerlao Practical and Letterins, at any cost lo. either ol two tho absolute political independence and liberty of Ireland, or the demolition of our qnnice. We had no issue with the people of these provinces, and ish to havo none but the most friendly relations. Our weapons arc for the oppressors of Ireland. Our blows shall only be directed against iho power of Eng- land her privileges alone shall wo invade, not We do not pro- pose to divest you of a solitary light cowardice or incapacity. To the crime of sneaking (reach- cry they added the infamy of black ingratitude to those whose patriot- ism and bravery saved them and their BOJIS from conscription. Their newspaper ofllce.s, and none but their'a refused to hoist the Union flag, until compelled to do so. Their last vice President was a rebel leader; their last President a conceited and traitorous cowaul; and his predecessor was the author of a letter to the rebel leader encour- aging and pledging the Northern Democracy to sustain re- bellion in arms in case of resistance to secession. Thin is tho party, those the papers and men who have the unblushing eflrontry to charged the party whoso exertions and policy saved the public from death, with disunionism. Do they imagine that.the people forgotten thcjr raisdeods so or that they receive political amnesty with their reconstructed" brethren have soon you now enjoy. We will assail and aspcrn only tho rights that arc claim- ed and enjoyed by the Goveinment of Great the right to make her American possessions the field and base of operations in a war against an enemy. We come to in- stall out selves in her possessions, and tuin them ngaiiiFt her in a war for Irish freedom. We rtre here, neith- er as murderers nor robbers, for plunder or We are hero as tho Irish army of liberation tho friends of liberty against despotism, or democracy against aristocrHcy, of the people against their oppressors. of the ballot agniust the privileges of class, of progress and development aga'nst right or wrong to conduct this contest according to the laws known to honorable warfare, in a manner worthy of the high object for which we aim, and the sublime sentiments which actuated us. In a woid, our war is with the armed power of England, and not with tho people, not with these provinces. Against England upon land and sen, until Ii eland is fi eo And all who raise an arm to defend her, to frus- trate ur defeat us, belong to the com- mon enemy, and as such be dealt with, AH wo know how to recog- nize the services of our so also do we know how to punish the depredations of our foes. Our woik for Ireland accomplished, wd to your rwn free- lo determine your natural and standing and character, and sLall rejoice to see, and a.ssist to make, these limitless colonies spring from the foot of a foreign throne as free and independ- ent, as proud as New Yoik, Mussa? To that yearn t aspiration after Charles Knapp, the Pittsburg can- non founder, will send a twenty inch cannon to the Paris exhibition. This mcnster will bo 22 feet long, 5 1-2 feet in diameter at the breach, and will weigh SO.tons. It will be com- pletod and elegantly mounted on an iron carriage weighing eight tons, with nil tiic needful appnrtcncus, and will bo accompanied by specimens of the balls, and flxen cartridges, each 100 pounds of powder. It will cost Mr. Knapp, of iron, eigners an idea of tho style of field pieces we are capable of turning out in America. The Catholic Telegraph speaks of the Fenians as of a Don Quixotte including the cost This win give for- organization, [ong are the and inquires: "How generous-hearted and patriotic Irishmen of our country to bo duped by this insane Prof. Wheatstone has ascertained that the duration of tho electric ppark does not exceed tho twenty- five thousandth part of a second. A'panon ball would appear stationa- ry iirits flight, if by the spark, and the wing of an insect that moves ten thousand times a second, would Bcein at rest. ..An infernal machine was discover- ed last Thursday, in the 'hall-way of a house in Mercer street, New York- Warned by the. appearance of. a' few powder on the outside, the tinder' proceeded cautiously', to exam- ine it, and it taken_in pieces without da'nger. tsemmos is preparing an account of bis adventures on 'the tens for the presa.t -We presume it vill-'be called The iPiratu'a 'Own riameS1 'Milton Ivel- iflt i 'VI Ii I',
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