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Burlington Tri Weekly Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - June 25, 1855, Burlington, Iowa w of the Tri- ye we shall tmw for the The offices of the Bally and the Hawk-Eye and their re- lists have been uni- ted and ft Daily Paper will be issued Thursday morning next We the lible auspices very From tbe two we are enabled to start with a weekly and a fair daily list But the of a morning paper is The Slave Dick Quito KM was ilay lasl by the appearance pur streets of a colored who as to of ecu sty Jt he left of master the and hero of the riding master's horse antl putting up at tbe Western Hotel Saturday he was refused herae wben be called for itr tbe bly that be had run away and the either Tbe nest wo Umr of him tic bis on tbe Buat in an open himself title to Tbo mails arming at 81 o'clock at with eight we must obtain our exchanges issue our after that boar We the effort to issue a morn tug it between five six that stall contain tae Chicago News of the day and which is not delivered from the mail two or three hours later If it is of aoy to the eight the morning crosses tbe and has just left tbe bout when be is met by two Wm C Voting and omon with revolvers and and ordered to return on board tbe to this This order obeyed though made without save that of Blight The Doctor the it that family to visit the St 0 W al July Mr local papers say has been a of rooms ready to have N ew lot of 34 new wheat first ia sold on Friday last at St for ty old But wheat was for Mr tip ia a loou afe a short time since and after taking a trip of 350 landed io Clarion Pa Tim ia a part of the State and ia store than ninety any railroad or of Burlington to sustain a Daily paper hb back lu this sUc drove and sight if the Daily and should to inerit it we ask a liberal support confident that it to the of any daily paper Hero the a hopo iho Weekly will us Tine purchase was made at so late ftn boor that with our present facilities we found it impossible to print a edition large for all Bnt oa Tuesday of next week we shall get ta edition large enough to supply all Struck by Lightning During the storm of last Sunday night the Herald the dwelling bouse of B- F Anderson Esq of this place was struck by lightning and almost literally shivered to pieces fhe fluid struck the top of tho flue trul followed the spouting and also down three tif the comet posts The roof was split open from end to cud shingles ed in all directions The plastering of two rooms was nearly all knocked off as was sAm the on the out- It is quite surprising that no one was injured as there persons iu the house a6 the aad every room was Tbe which fastened the of a room ia which persons m- Boated as to cause it to off Mrs Anderson was stunned but no one was greyly hurt Tho yf a bed iu which Mr A and a child slept split Considering the effects of the lightning OH the building added to the falling of boards timbers and it w truly surprising that all escaped so RUST IN WHEAT Au old er an intelligent who tras ting the sail successfully years and years ago informs the editor of the Observer wheat need be feared belWe the last of tins month and soon as it appears delay but be- gin afc aad the rust will tiie iu an four from the time wheat falls the nutritive juice io the stalks will rmh to heads and the grain thus be nearly as good if not us that is left standing to arrive ty undisturbed by rust The informant speaks Ono year he lost his entire crop 10 of the ravages of the rust during another he street to the Post where by ft large the two sat some two in the street until the papers could be made out a writ and an made We were unable to Whether the negro prevented running before wrU was issued by tho croni or The feeling was evidently with him Most of the spectators to see the run Mauy of them would havo been to see him leave defending himself from his pursuers with the well loaded revolver with which he was armed On the other hand there were others who were anxious to have it knowa that they were sound ou constitutional questions The writ was at last obtained ami served by the chattle said that Mr of land ia esses of persons bitten by mad dogs bas healed more than four hundred eases with mariate of silver aud one had any symptoms of A mau iu pays JO fine for on taken before U S appeared for As Dick no Mr moved to continue the in order to give time to counsel The case accordingly continued till t and the to jail A good deal of has been ed and we are much mistaken if there is not a rather lively time on Tuesday Union publishes a series of resolutions adopted by the of tho Kansas who re- certificate from They deck re that they will this supplementary awl admit the candidates to whom Governor refused Sunday His receipts on day are something over ou which there is a profit of which after giving the fine leaves a clear gain of An excellent old lady on- ly Way to steamboat is to make the their In her opinion all the by the on board The Mississippi papers state a fact that showers of brimstone have in that State within tho last two weeks Jt has been dried and proven to be NKW yossi MARKET Nsw June 23 with but rate demand sales 1500 rtt 8 for on to estra 50 mixed aod 1 500 state fop July 8 15 Rye dout and corn meal suiting in iota previous Satires dull sales Canadian at 2 500 upper lake 2 0 Bye nominally the fair for export Ua all ter fair for Western for export market sale 1600 19 50 for new 19 25 for old do for prime Beef very firm sales 450 barrels at s Cut meats firm ml cs 3w M0 steady sales 450 aMs Butter cheese Whiskey better sales MO aod prison at down and un- Erfe R K 0 aod T R R 61 J C C awl C bonds of 83 8 0 and Pittsburgh and B I It B Hudson 2d bands 02 bonds Tl R K N Y It K -100 Mick C It H of 75 91 j lit C Bonds t June 23 still quiet 850 at 0 Some for aa yet ao safes inquiry for eorn moderate Sales at 83 firm Sales at 12 to Albany H to N Y NEW YURK Jans 23 The Paris of Tribune says that Mr Mison our Minister to Francs sent a dispatch to principle that the ting colors respect to the British in m ipe Baltic Mount Pleasant is to be favored with another College The Christian of this State have decided on locating theirs that place Shall the of County be removed Lancaster t as forth in the circular by Count i- Ho also a journal in Basie thaE bai racking Emperor of instigated BUS by the Consul at and the French mettle to Mr to try and that Gov to caU out in this city to Ma ne Law ia fO a to him to into the This is to be decided to which 1 no truth in the nod BO tbe at the nest August election j oat properly be parties appear to be uf A of the stockholders of tho Philadelphia Fott Wayne and River Line Railroad was held at pello on fhe 6th at which C- of Ohio was ed President Au election for and ing a of to the gas company of was had last and re- iu the refusal to make The oa f At a of the held at Newark Ohio was adopted It is from the toae of the party iu Tbac recent invasion hj A mob of of the of Kansas nnd rheir overthrow of the rights of settlers at election in a of tvery trampling under foot of the rights of the citizens of Territory and uron the iaws of the United A was vury properly drubbed afc the a stranger for himself opposed to the fugitive slave tew This is a fust towa oa tion THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACY SPITT the well tho U Senate the fire and white we to l io a full of aft tba rights guaranteed tho Const if we them that tba oi the it by the course here indicated TRAVEL IN Some oo Thursday last took a list of the of persons street Bridge on that day with the following result teams 620 do number of Between four fed craft of all kinds passed through the draw of the the time above spec fieti steamer passed through the Sault on marking afce country and it The event is of aa era la the history will never look with way of allowance uphold men shat will but will unite as one to pre- vent tba of their even to of Kansas front to the Union of StaUs A shrewd boy ta ly a wires spring to tho un- tho with which while seated twenty feet or mare distant by of a startled the school in artd the teacher vrith an of the pings a tiers recently out witb a carefully pre- pared and able editorial denouncing the in tha nume of Ita first charge Pierce made blunder io set eet ing hb cabinet ers have bwa homogeneous an lie whereas they ars like tho leaves of the A of that of internal until the of is be brought to bis knowledge in or winner THi of un port w th to him a m Mr up in S and the OUO bonds to K N MEETING IN BOSTON BOSTON 23 A meeting of the K N s in 1 1 in this city was by Wilson ani Uov Tho confine J his speech to the uf the it des re ot Hie d to Avoid the uf slavery was upon them by South wre W ta it of thi committee two the Pacific by the which eveu thd Union and fall back Tha fatal blunder was lib ence if New York the softs or free soil Democrats aod fhe Hards or N wn whose wicked welt destroyed our Aod thus another awful blow was at the tion from which the Sentinel very if will not recover mounts of the liquor shops ia New York have placards before their in- forming the passer-by that the Tribune of that city is not taken there of tha of nearly one ia House while tha will be as large tbe way ia flouss Fmd Soil been than in nit the elections have been taus gorae Against tba ot LATK CHICAGO The City of Chicago Tuesday last allowed bills lectured by tKe eity for fete to f Thia is a for a two days riot The and has a of five per effit in in New York nod as to cash the L judges It at that the Grand Jury will fiod a new of against the torpedo Con Galloway has accepted lo tbe Literary at in Virginia aad South la view of these untoward f he tinel counsels ty to from all further lot the faults or follies of ad- As packet City bound for St Paul was dowt two or na sitting upon the promenade deck asleep at the pound of the whistle started with a jump and fell overboard Us cried for the boat and an attempt to lower a boat for his feat from entanglement with it was tome before it was in tbe water and bef the man could be ha was out of ai hat and over in tbe coat pocket n map was ns that bad been shown a short time bf man from Ohio and for lews io map toe David P on supported the majority Doming Status the m party been defeated aoJ opposed liy H representatives of 110 votes in States whore tbe parry had triumphed The from Georgia in for Geo Law fur President six from and from New York in favor of Mr Mr George G told tbe South there w is not a town or city support tbe and Mr Brooks of the N Express bad said North would support the platform It was in the to pat bun Wilson wad turn oat Gov d that if such result he would cave Mr W was op the from York from ilio 1 24 hours 23 OVEE TUB FALLS NIAGARA t tbe A day this A M 110 in the act of from A the carried hoat Us j is but Uf U to bave been os his wuy f Canada with LIQUOR LAW IS CONNECTICUT June 2 S Parlee cf tbe and tried to-day fcr violation of thu Liquor Law The fenner ou four latter on three They fach f j which appealed these were to test of tba Law NEW Ns Juno The steamship Daniel Webster from San Juan Do with 84 tu tbe 15th arrived here and Saa ins steamer West for N witb 500 passengers in gold not reached The WAP bas which entirely discredit statement of tha Capture of Eutt DEATH Judge S many a of tbe Supreme of v died at bis years aged Boston inns 000 to bo in tbe celebration of tbo caroming of July handred end dogs have St ift are yet to spring iiir mod the people of the etly to without regard to the wishes of people of with whom is dug r thuy are Id be is at ev in the of aot it Utah tt to her io a to will probably disposed of in of Stts will oa or toy Q If in is or will that must exist between the States will require regulation by the of other witb waay of as they may deem atro tbu by will spread haps than If she kept oot of then what will fee her stai V Will the States their wo or will they to of tn ef or mis i II bar hop ad sha herself what of she tuH You antl of our has become d box to us and HOW Wwa the usual f el are we rwt to as the other for r think on tht plication of rf if fr upon her soil by if not shall she or she what of of freedom which cries States t The South will cause with the or to Co the iht come iwta per the Union i and tomb Tha cloud that a wn of apd watch events cast their before iy wo of tho wo the murderous rite of ft i i The editor of President home party tn of patting end to influence foreign in would it very much in the who to took his WAI upon he tho opfpaUen tt3 t hati said he board i 1 f In OB Wardens of for three of a j Jewell lar the Baston s Kilbourne by removing In tbe and a gold ken It v had been and taken therefrom by tbe the with a fie aa he has dane on CASE AX ths Journal that two of Monday by tf of to the detection by Uwr ma from New Or ea girls when io a to with their master and Here do so he hoped would tho matter anil that all would The party the writ ruled to the costs or ll a The Now Picayune do of travel is already sotting ward bf Masonic Them bo a M t us ftt f Af tlw Annual f wiB at a full is a M 22 W Eural At TUB nf are informal thai Glenn will ing 4th uf July far the may f each the the As tlw the fester 4 f Or nit 1 wilt a yi of the Mr H Buckley i Us tion righ of 41 will te in Mr t D Mr W Armstr tfr Po Jn tbo be found Two witb which if of ti
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