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The Chicago slave case. ChicagoApril 5 --The fugitive slaves taken from this city Wednesday morning were examined before Commissioner Cornean at Springfield yesterday. The proof that they were fugitives was clear and indisputable, and they were accordingly delivered to their owners. They were taken to St. Louis on the evening train.
Failures and suspensions. BostonApril 5. --The Boston Commercial Bulletin's list of business changes in the United States gives thirteen failures and suspensions in New York; five in Boston; four in Philadelphia; seven in Baltimore; four in Cincinnati; two in St. Louis, and thirteen in other places. Total--forty-eight for the week.
Defaulting tax Collector. Louisville, Ky.,April 5. --N. L. McClelland, tax collector for the Western district of this city, is reported "absconded," a defaulter in the amount of thirty thousand dollars.
The Kentucky Legislature. Louisville,Ky.,April 5. --The Legislature of this State adjourned sine die yesterday.
t 1 advance; Milwaukie club 12 ½c.; red Western 138 Coin is steady — sales of 18,000 bushels; mixed 67; new 62 Pork is steady — Mess $17@17.25. Lard is unchanged. Whiskey closed firm — sales at 18 ½. Baltimore,April 6.--Flour steady — Howard St. and Ohio $5.37@5.50. Wheat steady — yellow $1.36; white $1.50@1.70. Corn heavy — yellow 59@61; white 60@63 Provisions steady and unchanged Coffee active but firm at 12½@13½c. Whiskey dull at 17½@18 Baltimore Cattle Market. Baltimore,April 5.--The beef cattle offered at the scales yesterday amounted to 650 head, of which 100 head were driven to Philadelphia, 50 were left over unsold, and the balance (500 head) were taken by Baltimore butchers at prices ranging from $2.75 to $4.50, and averaging $3.75 per 100 lbs., being a decline of 12½ cents per 100 lbs. on last Thursday's rate. The general tone of the market was weak, and it was rather difficult to effect sales. There was a fair supply of live hogs in the pens to-