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Mr. Lincoln's tour — another speech.
The train bearing Mr. Lincoln to Cincinnati, Tuesday, was received with much enthuMr. Lincoln to Cincinnati, Tuesday, was received with much enthusiasm along the route.
The signals at the switch stations were American flags.
At Laurenceburg, Ind., the "President elect" handkerchiefs by the ladies, to the Burnet House, which Mr. Lincoln entered amid deafening cheers — Mento's band playing "Ha"Star Spangled Banner."
After a few moments' rest, Mr. Lincoln made his appearance on the balcony, accompanied by Mayor Bishop, who made a short introductory address.
Mr. Lincoln then spoke.
"I have spoken but once before this Burnet House, which has been decorated for the occasion, Mr. Lincoln will receive the people generally.
He looks well and in good spirits.
Mr. Lincoln arrived at Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday, and was received with a national salute.
He visited s formally welcomed by the Lieutenant Governor, to which Mr. Lincoln responded as follows:
It is true, as has been said