Burlington Semi-Weekly Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - January 6, 1867, Burlington, Iowa or ' in tuic 4 aa S 25 5�won up a club of ten or more or will be a copy maybe made fit any or thcr * Hawk-Eye steam Printing i - Tbe January statement of the public debt a decrease during tUc mouth of 510,000,000. The Senile was not in session on Satur Tbe Bouse had u session for speech r The of Illinois bare a Springfield on the 8lh to take Into consideration their endangered The swamp land defalcation is now being tried Moines Judge It will probably last several Tde President's veto of the District of Columbia is expected on lion day or It will be promptly passed over his J. cf onr Fourth made a Radical speech in the Bouse on We have yet no detailed of his BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED JANUARY 6, 1867 It is now said that Secretary Seward's snn has gone to purchase lands of the Dominican Republic for a. coal and naval Just this and nothing It is expected the Nebraska will be pressed to a rote in the Senate early this It may but not likely by a two-thirds which would be necessary to carry it the anticipated veto of the LATEST NEWS BY Under au agreement made no business was in order except the debate on the annual Mr. Spaulding having the made some remarks in reply to observations made by Mr. reflecting on the dav before the Mr. Spaulding saying tbat tbe Southern people could not to the 3d section ot the but if enforced they would obey it as States Could they ratify it passed there would be no ' bis any to remove ilia by and spoke of the Secretary of tbe Treasury and other members ol the regards tbe or Mr. Stevens said was nothing In the constitutional amendment that necessitates its in the constitution of any Slate the It need not po there il Congress adopts it. The States could come in under the Constitution as asking them to vole vras of as the editor or tiie Chronicle had truly A debate then followed in which Messrs. Stevens and partook concerning the of Mr. he did not to vote for the admission of that or any other having the same features in her He had not been to spend the holidays in Tennessee as No particular points House at 4 o'clock adjourn 1839 atL Jk and Silver ud and etc. in Watch 3fanalactnxer of with * have J\ Mum tod where lam prepared with dispatch ud to T. Jt enabled to give to 3'oar constituents and an Stand I yoar creditors abroad a new year's on the announcement et which I make with serious that Free the redeem the plighted faith ef Slave Missouri BT 4tla.stio - Jan. 4 England been visited with the most severe for many It commenced on the 2d and still continues to drift very blockading suspending delaying shipping and suspending coast The principal means of travel to London is by the Underground The poor are - Dec. 5.-The Queen for Xew is detained by a but wiH resume trip to Dec. 5-Noon - U. S. 5-30s78: O. III A. rumor of the death of President Johnson prevailed Dec. terrible earthquake occurred iu A was destroyed ana many lives The Publishing announce that a work by Alexander H. of is about to published by It is entitled of the Late War between the Tracing Its and * Thk Cincinnati and Covington Suspension Bridge was formally opened Jan. 1st, the occasion being marked an imposing procession of with and bands of There is yet some work to be completed upon are noi yet and for the present pedestrians are obliged to cross on the same track This will be in a short The Indiana anil Illinois The Cincinnati by its well known earnest appeal for the election of Gov. of to the Senate United We copy it as we the sentiments of a very large number of persons throughout the loyal particularly the We want him there as tbe immovable representative or of tbe And what The loyal sentiment of the country is united on the principle and that the rebels be restored to power on any terms The amnesty and impartial humbug has been less than a nine daj ana rse people win sustain no msn connected with it. It is be quarreling over this or that kind oi whin the question whether U ait ore ana be received into tio to rob and destroy tbe this moment the Confederate States arc as full of secession and rebellion as they weie when Bragg was the and when there - is any division or faltering in the We crash them effectually by we did by The loyal the country arc now more united on lifts ihan for they see in the rejection of the amendment to the the serpent warmed by kindness into to bile Wc crush and we must have men firm enough tn dn it. We want no milk and water meas urc now It Iris cost lis a year and a of time to through the foolery of mutt now govern j the Smith as it ought to been governed all tbe by the of We want men of of and an table Wade and to execute the command of the Morton is in ludiana the representative now of its loyalty and to Senator Trumbull is We cannot think the Republicans of in this crisis of the country's for entertain the idea of shelving their distinguished The whole loyal nation fau as interest in this And the latly should unita in the of Senator We must keep to Washington our experienced true There could be no more serious blunder than to turn off so so an so influential a Senator as Judge Trumbull for any inexperienced man no matter what his our national troubles growing out of the rebellion are and the old ship of State is attain upon smooth we must keep our firm and incorruptible men at the head of Jan. 5. ' of the suffrage The President's veto of negro suffrage will be sent to the Senate tn The banquet in honor of the 52d anniversary of the battle of New Orleans takes place at the Hotel in this city on Tuesday evening The complete and arrangements have been The President and Cabinet and Generals and others have been Hon. F. P. Blair will preside on the movement of The 30th U. S. left city this A lor Col. Dodge will jo n the regiment at They go via Chi cago and The Republican members ol the Bouse held a caucus Hon. H. of Penn. in the and Mr. Donnelly Munn About CO representatives pre ot offered a resolution that no meisure looking towards an impeachment of the of the U. States I Kn shoul J be presented in the House unless pre on by Amended providing that before any by tbe itie subject should be referred to the committee on the an amendment that no article of im should be preferred without being considered by the FRACTIONAL ur printed at the Treasury Department last week was for the same from the Treas ury Department during tbe week to iu bank making ihe total amount issued to iu circulation at 6U9,4l!t. Amount ot securities held by tbe Treasury of the United Slates in trust for the national banks as for their circulating for Total amount of fractional redeemed and destroyed at the Department during the pBst receipts from internal revenue total lor the 75B. Frost San Jan. 3. The steamer pioneer sails to morrow for China and The passengers expect to make the passage to trorn San Francisco in nineteen and make the trip from New York to Japan is forty and to Hong King in 46 She takes 45 cabin and 200 steerage At the rrand Inaugural ceremonies tonight Gov. Law At- the banquet all interests will be The President of tbe New York Chamber of Commerce is ts be The Southern Pacific Railroad held their annual and elected Dr. T. G. Phillipps The London after various comments on the President's remarks as follows on our financial system and The contains one and it is to Hint we desire to call the of our Liberals are told sometimes that they exaggerate the power of the American that they are like own by the mere ideas are than but pi ill physical strength is un element iu snd what physical strength can rival that implied in surplus of tbe Union for the year ending 31st oi tbe actual surplus of half of it wiil amount to 31,G0O, A Mu ' Connects at City with ot Railroad for Baltimore and and at with Tram for Botton and New B A. K T. in the I hava also received a casa ot Holiday now ready fur a ot Ho Rich and LADIES Glove Dressing ' Jewl Ink Aah Back Gammon Back Chess Boards Pocket and Pocket SW Prayer Scrap JUVENILE TOY Atl of wis offer lor sale 1866. 1B67. LEATHER HOUHK T. W. 1 tm www to Fall & Winter abrade CLEVELAND BOOTS 3 AND HENRY H. LOW i fair of Vur between tba Post Office and Music on Tbe finder will receive thanks by reluming meat row nca roan FOR TWO XW should AT 0 K)NS. ' SLEEVE AC. To I mt Are 25 Main 3KATIKO mow to * At lis fool cf Tiie has spared bia Park for tbe at thia and to effort to Thn United Jam on Open iron 9 A. Jl to U Season for girU i bava run rick aad larse in ap par foe nf the of and on nnd wall tor A tre is ho warn whom a - - wilt alike ot ias U bat - - fur another u W dec. a Ss ' r of oas - ' a and 171, 5 Variety at wholesale and I sell and at a No teller fonna any and lamja of aud E. Al. OR S * v a bam anil Give us a ' aud .BY - - - & SEp. at A i Sot It nun 5'.