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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Lincoln's reception in Philadelphia — the Convention and parade of Working men, &c. Philadelphia, Feb. 23. Lincoln arrived here on Thursday, and was received by an immense crowd of citizens and one military company. I did not see him or the procession until they got in the heart of the city, and am ignorant of what transpired at the depot; but the procession, marching through the streets, was more like the funeral of some distinguished private citizen than anything else. No enthusiasm whatever was manifested by the crowds of persons standing on the streets, to see him and his escorts pass through the city. He run up a flag on the Continental early Friday morning, and soon after took his departure. The working men's parade here, on the 22d, was one of the largest and longest, I was informed by a citizen of this place, that ever paraded here. After marching through the principal streets, they proceeded to National Hall, organized
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.
The Daily Dispatch: February 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], Pennsylvania Democratic State Convention. (search)
Arrival of Mr. Lincoln in Washington. Washington,Feb. 23.--Mr. Lincoln arrived in cog. in this city this morning in the early train. He was not expected till this evening.
North Carolina Legislature. Raleigh, N. C., Feb. 23.--The General Assembly will adjourn on Monday evening, at 6 o'clock.
Northern Markets. New York,Feb. 23.--Flour is steady at yesterday's rates. Wheat is steady and quiet — no transactions of importance reported. Corn has a declining tendency; sales 10,000 bushels — mixed 68 in store; new white Southern 74 Pork is dull — mess $17.25; prime $12.75@13. Lard is heavy at 9@10 ½c. Whiskey is steady at 17 ¼@18 Noon.--Cotton firm at 10@11 ¾c. Flour heavy — Southern $5.45@5.70. Wheat — Red Western $1.41@1.57.-- Corn quiet — Mixed 68@69½c.; white Southern 74 Provisions dull and unchanged. Lard 9 ¼@10 ¼c. Whiskey firm at 17 ¾@18 Orleans Sugar 4 ½@3 ½c; Muscovado 4 ½@5 ¾c. Coffee firm — Rio 11 ¼@13 ½c.; Java 16 Rosin firm at $1.25. Stocks dull and lower