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uth, if ever I prove false to those teachings. Fellow-citizens, I have addressed you longer than I expected to do, and allow me now to bid you good night. Mr. Lincoln Hoisting the National flag over Independence Hall. Philadelphia, Feb. 22.--The ceremony of raising the flag of 34 stars over the Hall of Independence this morning, by Mr. Lincoln, was attended with all the solemnity due such an occasion, the scene being an impressive one. At the rising of the sun crowds of people st continuance. The ceremony over, Mr. Lincoln returned to the Continental Hotel, followed by an excited crowd, breakfasted soon after, and departed for the Pennsylvania Railroad depot. Departure from West Philadelphia. Elizabethtown, Pa., Feb. 22. --The special train, conveying Mr. Lincoln, left West Philadelphia at 9.30 A. M. There was a considerable crowd, but the mass of the people had confined their attention to the departure from the hotel. A salute was fired as the train mov
Hon. Wm. Kellogg and his constituents. Chicago,Feb. 22.--A convention was held at Peoria to-day to express the opinion of the Republicans of the Fourth Congressional District in regard to the course of their representative in Congress, Hon. Wm. Kellogg. The resolutions adopted declare that their principles are the same as before the election; express love for the Union, and declare that the Union must be maintained at all hazards. The fourth resolution says that we enter our decided protest against the resolutions offered by Hon. William Kellogg, our Representative in Congress, and we earnestly urge him to an unfaltering support of Republican principles as enunciated in the Chicago platform. A motion to amend this resolution by adding "that if he cannot do so it is his duty to re-sign," was lost by years 79, nays 88. Some of the delegates did not vote upon this motion. The fourth resolution was their adopted unanimously. Resolutions complimentary to Sena
The Southern Congress--free Navigation of the Mississippi. Montgomery, Ala.,Feb. 22.--The Congress, to-day, unanimously passed and act declaring the establishment of the free navigation of the Mississippi River. The measure gives general satisfaction. [second Dispatch.] Montgomery, Ala.,Feb. 23.--The public session of the Southern Congress, to-day, was uninteresting. There was, afterwards, a long secret session. There have been no further Cabinet appointments reported.
Attack on Congressman Van Wyck. Washington,Feb. 22.--Representative Van Wyck, of New York, shortly after leaving the residence of Senator King, at a late hour last night, was assaulted on Capitol Hill by three persons, to him unknown. He was wounded with a heavy knife, and, while desperately resisting them, was knocked down.--Recovering himself somewhat, he discharged his pistol, and believes the shot took effect.--The party then retreated. Mr. Van Wyck reached his hotel in a weak but not dangerous condition.
The Boston Common Council--Censure of Hon. Charles Sumner. Boston,Feb. 22.--The Common Council of this city, last evening, passed resolutions, by a large majority, censuring Hon. Charles Sumner for his remarks in the Senate of the United States, relative to the signers of the petition for the passage of the Crittenden compromise resolutions.
Walking Feat, &c. Boston,Feb. 22--E. P. Weston, the young man who proposes to walk to Washington, and arrive there in season to join the inauguration exercises, started from the State House to-day at 12:40 P. M., noon. A large crowd assembled to see him off. The day is generally celebrated here as a holiday.
The British Schooner Quickstep. Boston,Feb. 22.--The British schr. Quickstep, which was picked up, abandoned at sea, by the fishing schr. Ada, and brought to this port, was pumped out yesterday, when the bodies of four dead seamen were found in the cabin. It is supposed that the vessel was struck by a squall, and that before the men could reach the deck they were drowned. The Quickstep was bound from New York to St. John, N. B.
Business failures and Suspensions. Boston,Feb. 22.--The Boston Commercial Bulletin publishes, weekly, a list of the changes in business. For the week just passed it give the failures as follows: In New York, 19; in Boston, 8; in Philadelphia, 3; in Baltimore, 3; in Cincinnati, 3; in Detroit, 3; and in other places, 21--making a total of 60 for the week.