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   Burlington Tri Weekly Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - March 1, 1855, Burlington, Iowa                                THB TEI-WEIKLt HAWK-EYE I01VA: A FAtssHOon following we cut from the Gskaloos.t Herald. H places the brand of falsehood upon the recant a't-'mpt to injure, M-'Kay by charging ituottippr'inco upon him. It pnrtont that an Kditor, when he underf thfl dirty ha4nexs of blasting the LATEST INTELLIGENCE. r i Bi n iM'lt.-3. editor of th TO urn BY BAVAUB TAVf.OK. i With so many eyes the of this ordV hard a hftrd tirno nf it in f.unil. m- it to the [f (.f H 'U rfv smi 1 1 cm t. or MMKByMrKov, j of Secretary of -w-t MoKAY, of Polk CO. i character oi n man IVioa. or wt'RovHMf.NT, habits, should in addition to the natural in-( S. Cox, of Ohio, Secretary of L-- e-m a..c .u D LOCKWOOB of Lottisa CO 1 noreBt meaimets of the operation, resort tot rtfttion to Ilohort H. to new to taHc ir.y oiMm falsehood as well as detraction__or if i Maraestibo, and Oliver II, Perry, of New} Lift WVTRll W THE T.AMtl OFFICE I COnSIll Canton. Tfmu :it I i-l ii'ii.-n H Uki.-5 tW Mi'Mlei SON IfABT, ofc' Johnson county. dow-should perform tho operation in so Th H an nr-vt h.- J. _ Navigation oa tho river is a manner ns to insure his own con- viction in the eyes of nil intelligent men: of ritual from Nu huoft T, hint cr, w lltfy a worthy a tfu'V ii> uui-k iin 1 :t Ut'W on.-, it TfHJ-'Hibi.Mpil, th ir rtini >il -intJ th'7 were ub j> a uite; thftf. '.urn, it sci his dit-covi'Vt-d by thnr vv-T-wuSciJut iiti -.s ami is ftuvv in of {ni-btiuiitiou. We r'n'o nn and from we know of their works, would not dntn f a We, tho ttrhna-ton ca- it is msm- I AY, a nj-, a resolution of tlio S (J tlio S of their Hit- f j- j ?rtlo l> do- of i louse be diree'Hl to ihtsir from fifteen to twenty inches in thickness snow noon it several im-hns Tins j Mata for Of tiro Moincs River will by reflecting tho of %ht ami j in the habit of ddakin.j ar- M twclvu at s UH {aw fc, preterva the Wo cannot rcwsona-j Wy look for tho opening of thft river for! to unions we havo warm to earry off tlje above, it to a depth of two or three f oet. A gentleman from Lansing, Informs Galena Advertiser tlrttt the snow is tbreo feet daen at that tliH Oi'ttrtMini htiy thai acquainted with ovorrti y.'avs, knu'.v th.v> the 'H wnjiw and untrue nn-1 vvUh- out foundation in fact. W> know any one rts th.it Msireh. Aft T it VVH ttavs HOUSE. lie w, i1 th-'tn in v-.un t E to- -yea-? 'If I Wt.it'- Amontg the many frnmstaml- amendatory to inc inn f r a huwH'nt V> 'iy T wn! 1 not thy hair. an act for thy h -tun- security ol lir'e and pro- j y ?o n asserts to tW oontiarr, is fal-p. on and vessels. Lems 'J'oUhuntef, Elestzur Hunt, Mihlonj h imdexpresHf Uan-orth, M. U. Ua-rker, li. W. the MtssisMppiaud Paciiie, and i 5fr. McKmttd? writft tha tiiat WQI-K c-., iv.   'i'f I if 'tuniM tvn'c F.ufcr rfa.tii (In morning? I IIMVC n The Green Bay Advocnto says they have Robert (Jrahftw. more than daring any former win- ter Rtnee 1847, and thut depth not leas than twe ao'l one half feet on a writtan oa the 15th of February, ASTIKXT Kr.uc.-We when large additions may probably have jmonletl oa corners ftinl back w-I Mr. Perking of reported hack from tho e'iDJttiitteaof Korean Aff'tira, Mr. Were shown to-d.w., ?r' Prciidcoc to i- i r TV. i inform tho if noc lai'-uini'.nuble with tba by J-aac laudcrpool, a J tho interest, what the ol.jeet of go Bible, bound in tho mis-iulslylo, oroa- iha or rouforenoe of Anvn-ioan mitj- ittade to it. According to our last advwes, Feb. 20th, j tbeMissourSi river wns open in tho centre op- figures m-ulo by hand, d bv j brass j j i h iaters at w u" i taiy of ami whether said o .ta infractions of the Secro- what yaul nutructiona ai au nru and tweivo by twenty m length amf what ,vasj tho mull OA- by six in of which has folio-wed thn tiver to St. Louis, much of it, tako direction, upon the completioa of Chicago Young we are, our turn must will ly ia II-.MviH fin I t-oclor, IjiTvrl.ui'V ni> FuU M n "ill riv HIV! toy ilarl'mg, Foil thi im tcrVcall. 'in i1 irrv f he IK Ohio Milu- nt MV .v ,T a., vy A. W. vm unite; OH f. WM. n. it. Loam, j SPRING AND SUMMER kens, jjrrip-', priocip-ils, designs or woik of liu Urder, on penalty being sent j to tiui Penitentiary ur if tho ease1 i.s not tod tho vioia- would c-nly visiited upon tli4 violiMor by sfn-invg hnn to iho Penitent.ary, vhe penalty for violation is' the turo. Afir-r this oath, tho enndidatfl is ro'tKd the rainu, thi-) beinu iost way of unwinding; ih" tbtir. s-es -tanitinj: nri'und him all in E V c wiiticUHi try of "nK'k tif AND BOYS Kttil htftUtUft I'i.t: i- m-i.-nh-v.-r.) ntort .j.t 1 vu i.i tlielituvt .-tj-Ja aiuf fnj.hi.uc.   th it ;M !1U'! I V. tli in -.....llllag tonyi.e 'UK-ttjr t-nuMi't, or fllltalv: I'WU vfiU hiMii, (Au ami Suiuuivr with cvtry wire ajwl as JH. ttwi l! >IWV 11- IIM i Hit .f'vpi-aii you JH itt ,tfo nitr titnifut .-rli.Hi? vviil met't the w Tho live vr-incii uro 'hen nnd to and 1 n? i c i _ _ i _ ._ i St. Louis is aware that must loso a portioa of this some ef- fort is mado to retain it, The Republican has tee following Two things at least miiat ba doae, tight speedily, te retain this Northern trade. First, U.e North Mssouri Kailroad must be fo connect with the Hannibal and St. Joseph Railroad, and to reach tha Iowa to Mr. Viindorpovl By C.ipt. one of our old lake comin.-tn  i'lvblo ot Own) 'liabi'-i i.s d to- An Kn jliiih womin is stnxiuiH to lord: a Frcr.eh woni'i't a iai1 >n ;i Iov 'v: an Atn. ricnf txid I'.naiisbm.i" r >-p'vt bii lady; tho t'ronch- t "I'Vki-t I.i i-'a'ii.'ii ins uii-triv--sf; iiic AaifH'io.ui [wl A 'ti-> i-t'tuTij to h'n 1 ''t-1 I'Vcticti'ii HI c i bis t U ili-in !f-J at; the; An.vrn; it t i.iiii ID f. Vi h -in t'jiiiii.in is >..ck huh Vf.'i y.liuu aVn iicliu.nn i> --ick iii-; c'Mip.ini-m [i J.M hir.--; nu iiii MJI'M over Ii'in; v.ti u an blood, hi CJimsfitit ion and of tb- Ordwr. PiiVMcians on b ov imine '..J.tVh admiltc.l into the Ordi-r, arp ca.npoShnl during ......w.....additional o itli, to thft ih.vt j will mistake for calomel in to and 'risb Catholics. L-uvyr.s have to swear that they will abandon tho habit of aw I k-i, who is in his A 'f'   nt unit-, and d the ito a firm and independent course cxbibiting an i wouKl "ot tt shot f0r ft nr uf !l i "f woman. But sbr; WDS not paoos from duins wh b-ui th -ni in whon roihe Minn'o n> s-rvioos of T .it ,i i live comp'nie ro who t t i purpatre and foia resolution. The present nc'.'mg Governor, T. B. C'nmmini, has been accused of bribery, favoritism, ami corruption ia hi3 atil uut fierce and bitter opposition. of thorn: the other b --ius one stnrU-d off at a good run. --nu u one; witxknoet- of my comi'ftjcSj "If %a shot tbo woman the f'd duwn in IHH by ihre- vutli HI-J. bloody Rooabinns would lee old N.ck know i di lil.nv ;ha k y .if tli wint.Ta, and ocvoral a vstnocd in 1 Fe, would have joined Otb -ays i who wish to wo -Suiiar.i j irul it not been for tho ex- m uu-ir c wtn'or robe, in treuie sererirv of wca'lier. the p.Hl Xaul, vxiia ckrr 1? h, ji ,i (u-u a jii'i." 0nc >Ugnr (jurccl Jmriiss h ft. K. BAND n.uu'.iy :hore is no s m I Saur.cu, por- wo'-ld v. gru.id as th n op-union last Friday I'a: ,no M.vHcil CoilrifM. the J Jui.H.dii oi t'Xvr -me co'd of 10, n.-miod tinyder, from road is to be commenced ia March, and when completed will save the tedio-ts voyage arouud wo have nu i at or bajonet p >.-t (if fiow alab-istor or Par- I Jeft to o uuv tiling wit'.in the inl'u-nc The patient bring under tho of Cities to r, to passengers froiii the Northern f their eg vfUhia tbo Gulf. o i...i.i -V mo patiunt, onnsr unuer uio or i a wo havo HOW A tor Tho o, g T L from t w cattruet chlorutorm, Prof-ssor with u I- J. UflV tin niitil.it MI in i i. n W Kits! C. II tlliU Ji thus dcseribes tho titudes of the dead after tho baltlu of Balak- lava I thick i told you that I found tha IlutmrSj who by our heavy dragoons, nt Balaklava, flat on tho ground. on Ut-) and tho samj is said to havo been the at tho tlio dead vrorc strewed ia evsry itnagi- nablo po-st.n-'1. weru slretobcd up- fii if warding blows, or were half raised, tbd head bent forward, the nether lip bit in, :he eyes -r ixoic d tsui HI itiimifiisn h ia jiecnimihu ion nt r..i ILLINOIS. ban w.is anticipated. tbo pntient HAETFoED bed of several thousand dollars. tho Ult of o' A B on IT I'V'.vuarv 21 I etl in1 o the- The Know-Nothing Gonventtoo is in ?-ston agtm in ihln city, w.th, as is ivport- I i r% 11 i _ n _ cion couuiv.ttcd the murdur, a n- ed, thu intention of St Ue otlicws.! tlnul ot' Cessed the crimo ;md Wii; executed by iho i> .i M i Fo'ir ucns on the foilowmp; An v of six of ,-ow ins f tll- K-f r IT O D l abav''s luto I ''wts iv ,u ii UK ou.m., iuM I.H, lhar O. O. thau any tuuo before this season. Tbo ItMntE, tbo Locofoeo nominee for j railroads iux> all of Dei Moine-i Improv-m ut was of immense ;ikc n h.-i-o, I'be mouth Was opened nearly Then n the >un to yf ttu inch and a h yi the bcbol ppl-ed au I Company, UartfordT inv  nu'binjj more nor th-n yt -titiy there n hma -difitc Urti-ttmoa, an-t r.ttot agricukural inopleiiients and ather useful inee for Uovornor nnd the Know for suppo-ing that fc'r.mch th" people. Mr. W. h the fas ut a direct hms State, and is followwl by a repjrter of Tbn up th> one Bales, uudar trial" for New York li who 13 shuwi wpatb-man from Aceomac and the JIo bad il iv..-. world pretty posted in {o bis po- a hr-I of artielra, aal distributed flmong the Indians by agents, would accomplish more tfaftH epent in hostile Tho Jotirnal prefer.? for this work, a dozco incn whom it conk! select from the SL'Cting, properly sitions thiatbe b.aE ftnay ctraiiaanded by the be4 time exciting attoation throughout would Ith ac-piital, be w'ml.f ever r.rwed a''aiiwt the the country, Una tbid contest' cu-h of ih -m of hu vtivcs. "I'lpysavl in Old Doainiotu he-' l tuwa L'l.y importer. Ui? illirt, wnuU tuike a g >d of Utnb. (rnt an-1 was e' tlmt m a t.-.y vtucj on a lady of sumo Khmd.s ncarlv whiif in LrooKan, and told a m-d tuul an inor.-nsc of nnuvu st.n-y ol suttortus i (Vattire of the returns b i.-r hush mil ha I di.-d, fm. ihrco i iitru ibti 55 Mtt'jtwu tadv tli r f i H- i suu-iv it th fippn i< to b.trrov.- A etlj'ttc-'tj.v imii 1 1 w, ftxm this  o v.rou.Jit upon tho and chlidven turn- iov one who On no via th- at In-in to ti a" pi 'ins ;irft It and tbo T H Jt CASH tin1 the S at COS.T. w. CASH. ver .as u u.. ur !U 'B, vny St. r. n at a had meeting, and id expired. S'p-aking of a tato presentation of Amfri- rtns tho C s iho Km- K ni i IM that woro poor Inuiaas. for t'. .S. tor from Penasjlvani-.i, hava been j.nt in b the House of Assembl of unnounc.-s burninj; of tho Church in Seott towasbip. Johnson county, Loss or CnnruUan m-ighhors do e.Ueb t -pa-it of tbry reduedl the lime of ntt.uraluauon from seven to tbreo years. d dropped it in the House. The were :iscondod busily and room ttiturrd out mu- h c limosn :uid what did bs-boid wom tjp m (he eot' Hn oVfi- th'tnun'v' p-ror and hnipress p-KSf'd rmind the lines It is rt, cuivcut i-iHi ;n literary cir- i slowly, in Kieneb and English to tji'tt tr A (wbioh I oach us pavs Tho Eiupororrocognix-'il'i bus as many parodies u-f anytbvng j trl'tnce, PtH'JtaUn, of New York, who s ever wr'uti n, wnh tbft uxot-pflon of had wttraeted a toatb j'tir him wnvrly of fciir loun Mooru at ia jycavs mid al whose bouse he had spent a from fhe Pt-rtjiiin, it vns Mr. 1il" j bifg. who lunrinj; it repeated by n litfra-ry frioa-l, U 8-iid to have lnokcd (if tho -f Mats i ftml Oct. '51. MXI: SH.K r fhc i Main St., AinvMOLKSKlX IMwt f' up from his book, with 'ilailtw that's vary sioad 
                            

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