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me, I bid you all adieu. (Enthusiastic applause.) After the delivery of the speech immediate arrangements were made for leaving the hotel, which occupied considerable time in consequence of the density of the crowd. The procession then moved through several streets, the route being shortened owing to the delay. In a few minutes the special train approached, and the party embarked amidst the shouts and cheers of the excited multitude. e excited multitude. Cleveland, (O.,) Feb. 15. Mr. Lincoln and his party left Pittsburg in a smart shower this morning, amid the enthusiastic, plaudits of great numbers, who lined the track for a long distance. At Rochester, Pa., the party got on the Cleveland and Pittsburg road. At Alliance dinner was given the party by Mr. McCullough, the President of the road. A salute was also fired here, smashing the windows of the building where the party stopped, including the one at which Mrs. Lincoln was seated. During the dinner an
s. Pink is dull. Lard is unchanged. Whiskey is dull at 17 ½@18 Sales in New York, February 16th of $5,000 Va. 6's at 76, $4,00 do. at 76 ½, and $5,000 N. C. 6's at 79. Baltimore, February 16th.--Flour dull — Howard st. and Ohio $5.12; City Mills $5--no sales. Wheat is steady — red $1.25@1.28; white $1.35@1.60. Corn is dull — yellow 68; white 63@63 Provisions quiet — mess $17.5. Lard 10@10 ½c. Coffee quiet at 12 Y@13 Whiskey dull at 18 Baltimore cattle market. Baltimore, Feb. 15. --The offerings at the scales yesterday were only 600 head, of which 150 head were driven to Philadelphia, and the balance were taken by Baltimore butchers at prices ranging from $3.50@4.75, and averaging $3.75 per 100 lbs. This average shows an advance of 62 ½ cents per 100 lbs. on last Thursday's rate. We would remark, however, that but few lots were sold at the outside rates. Live hogs were sold to the butchers at $7.50 to 8.25 per 100 lbs., for fair to prime lots. The mar
The reported destitution in Kansas--Thaddeus Hyatt's Appeals Discredited. Leavenworth, Kansas,Feb. 15. --The signatures to the following statements in regard to the destitution in Kansas, are those of some of the most prominent citizens: "We feel called upon to warn the friends of Kansas not to credit the recent statements of Thaddeus Hyatt, in regard to the sufferings of our people. There have been no authenticated cases of death by starvation, and if the contributions continue as bountifully as heretofore until June next, as we hope they will, there will be none. About one-fifth of the people need help from abroad, but the statements that Kansas is a charnel-house; that all classes are approaching starvation; that 'there is one step between 50,000 people and starvation, ' are, as we believe, reckless and flagrant falsehoods. [Signed,] W. C. McDowell, Judge of the 1st Judicial District; Rev. A. W. Pilzer, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church; William W. Backus, of
Failures and Suspensions. Boston,Feb, 15. --The Boston Commercial Bulletin's list of changes in business gives ten failures and suspension in New York, five in Boston, five in Philadelphia, three in Cincinnati, two in St. Louis, two in Baltimore, and twenty-five in other places — a total of fifty-two.