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behalf. The audience gathered at the door to shake hands with him. Mr. Lincoln's voice was yesterday nearly gone. John Nicolay, of Illinois, has been appointed private secretary during the Presidential term. Reception at Albany. Albany, Feb. 18. --The President elect was greeted throughout his route from Buffalo to this city with great enthusiasm. At Little Falls, the church bells were rung, and the excited crowd at the depot vociferously called for a speech, but Mr. Lincolnreat and intelligent people, bring us through this as He has through all other difficulties of our country, and relying on him, I again thank you for this generous reception. [Applause.] Progress of Mr. Hamlin to Washington. Bangor, Me., Feb. 18. --Vice-President Hamlin and lady left here this morning en route for Washington. He will arrive at Boston this evening, and leave for the West tomorrow morning. He was escorted from Hampden to our city by a large number of his fellow-to
Supreme Court of Appeals--February 18th. --Present: Judges Allen, Daniel, Moncure and Lee.--Smith vs. Saunders. Supersedeas to the judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond allowed. Nicholas vs. Tucker, &c. Appeal from decree of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond allowed. Shelton vs. Newlin, &c. Appeal from Circuit Court of Pittsylvania county allowed.
Taylor & Co., Dunn & Spencer, Clarkson, Anderson & Co., Chas. Palmer, and to order. Charleston, Feb. 16.--Cleared, schr Sea Witch, Norfolk. Baltimore, Feb. 18.--Cleared, schr. Golden Rule, Petersburg. Liverpool, Jan. 29.--Entered out ships Onward, Alexandria, Va; Senator, Hampton Roads. Feb. 2.--Cleared, ship Sir John Franklin, Hampton Roads. New York, Feb. 18.--Cleared, schr. Yorktown, Alexandria. Arrived, schr. Geo. Glover, Norfolk. Mobile, Feb. 11.--Arrived, schr. Ann S. Cannon. Richmond. Providence, Feb. 18.--Arrived, schr. Maggie Bell, Norfolk. Disasters. Whitehaven, Feb. 1.--Put in, barque Globe, (of Richmond, VFeb. 18.--Arrived, schr. Maggie Bell, Norfolk. Disasters. Whitehaven, Feb. 1.--Put in, barque Globe, (of Richmond, Va.,) Hoyt, from Fleetwood for Savannah. in ballast, in a very dangerous state when towed into this harbor. Left Fleetwood on Monday, 28th ult., for Savannah, struck on the bar in leaving the former place, and put in here with the pumps choked and 6 feet of water in her. She now lies dry and scuttled, and appears strained. B
The Daily Dispatch: February 20, 1861., [Electronic resource], Decision in the case of the fugitive murderer Anderson. (search)
Bribery in the New York Legislature. Albany, N. Y., Feb. 18. --Jay Gibbons, member of the Assembly from the first district of this (Albany) county, was arrested this morning, on a warrant issued by Police Justice Parsons, on complaint of District Attorney Shafer, charging said Jay Gibbons with bribery and corruption in demanding money for his vote, on a bill to increase the salary of the Deputy District Attorney of Albany co.--Gibbons offered to cast his vote in its favor for $100, and intimated that he could defeat the bill, and would do so if he was not paid the said amount. He waived an examination before the magistrate, and was committed.
Fire in Buffalo, New York. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 18. --The stores No. 218 and 220, in Main street, occupied by Messrs. Moores & White, boot and shoe dealers; and A. J., Mathews, druggist, were destroyed by fire last night; the stock was removed with but little damage. The third and fourth stories were occupied by Messrs. Sleight & Barnes as a billiard saloon; their loss is estimated at $7,000. The fifth story was occupied by Prof. Hadley; chemist, as a laboratory.--The building was known as Townsend's Hall block, and owned by G. R. Wilson, of Elizabeth, N. J. The building is insured for $19,000 in Eastern companies. The total loss is about $22,000.
Northern markets. Baltimore, Feb. 19. --Flour dull — Howard and Ohio $5,12; City Mills $5, Wheat active and firmer --red unchanged; white $1,45@1.65. Corn active — sales of 25,000 bushels — mixed quoted at 50@58;yellow 55@60. Coffee firm at 12@13 Whiskey dull at 17½. New York, Feb. 19.--Cotton firm — Uplands middling 11 ½Flour firm — Southern $5,45@5.70 Wheat higher — white 1 higher. White Corn 1 higher; mixed 67@88; white Southern 73; yellow 65. Lard steady. Whiskey dull at 17½@17½. Sugar unchanged --Orleans 5½@5; Muscovado 4@6½ Coffee firm — Rio 11½@13½. Naval Stores dull. Stocks higher — New York Centrals 77, Missouri 6's, 64½. Sales in New York, Feb. 18, of