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Northern Markets. Baltimore,Feb. 14.--Flour active — Howard and Ohio $5.12; City Mills $5.05. Wheat firmer — red $1.25 @1.28; white $1.40@1.60. Corn active — yellow 55@57, mixed 65 @67. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Coffee steady at 12¼@13. Whiskey nominal at 17@18. New York,Feb. 14.--Cotton heavy. Flour firm. Wheat quiet--Kentucky White $1.60. Corn firm; Southern White 72@77 ½. Pork heavy — Mess $17. Whiskey 17½@17¼. Sugar steady — Orleans 4½@6½; Muscovado 4¼@5. Turpentine 1.60. Corn active — yellow 55@57, mixed 65 @67. Provisions quiet and unchanged. Coffee steady at 12¼@13. Whiskey nominal at 17@18. New York,Feb. 14.--Cotton heavy. Flour firm. Wheat quiet--Kentucky White $1.60. Corn firm; Southern White 72@77 ½. Pork heavy — Mess $17. Whiskey 17½@17¼. Sugar steady — Orleans 4½@6½; Muscovado 4¼@5. Turpentine steady at 35@35½.--Rosin dull at $1.20@1.25. Rice quiet at 3¾@4 ¼.--Stocks firm — N. Y. Centrals $78; Mo. 6'
them coming, and I bid them all God speed. [Cheers.] Again, gentlemen, thanking you for your address, I bid you good night. Mr. Lincoln at Steubenville, Ohio — he Makes Another Speech, and says the majority must rule. Pittsburg, Feb. 14.--The President elect and party left Columbus at 8 o'clock this morning. At Steubenville, Ohio, a demonstration took place on his arrival, some five thousand people being present at the depot to receive him. A salute was fired and Mr. Lincoln wauld rule, and if he adopted a wrong policy, the opportunity to condemn him would occur in four years. Then I can be turned out, and a better man, with better views, be put in my place. Arrival at Pittsburg — he Speaks Again. Pittsburg, Feb. 14.--The President elect reached Allegany at 8 o'clock this evening, and he and his party immediately proceeded to the Monongahela House, in this city. Shortly afterward he was called out, and addressed the immense crowd in substance as follows:
Fort of Richmond, Feb.15, 1861.high water this day (Saturday) at 9 o'clock. arrived, Schr. Mary Eliza, Moorecock, James river, wood. Sailed, Steamship Jamestown, Skinner, New York, mdze. and passengers, Ludlam & Watson. Baltimore, Feb. 14.-- Cl'd schr. Jas. H. Cator, Richmond. New York, Feb. 14--Cl'd schr. Haxall, Richmond. Hampton Roads, Feb. 15.-- Arr'd ship Princess Royal, 82 days from Callao. Fort of Richmond, Feb.15, 1861.high water this day (Saturday) at 9 o'clock. arrived, Schr. Mary Eliza, Moorecock, James river, wood. Sailed, Steamship Jamestown, Skinner, New York, mdze. and passengers, Ludlam & Watson. Baltimore, Feb. 14.-- Cl'd schr. Jas. H. Cator, Richmond. New York, Feb. 14--Cl'd schr. Haxall, Richmond. Hampton Roads, Feb. 15.-- Arr'd ship Princess Royal, 82 days from Callao.
Steamboat Accident. St. Louis, Feb.14. --Yesterday morning the steamer Sunshine ran afoul of a snag, which, passing through the guards, burst the steam pipe, and several persons in the vicinity were severely scalded. Two of the deck hands were among the injured, and have since died.
The returns of the South Carolina Banks for January show an increase in circulation to the extent of $90,135; an increase in foreign exchange of $958,270, and an increase in deposits of $639,623. The specie shows a decrease of $1,228. 12, and domestic exchange a decrease of $1,738.809.60. New York, Feb. 14.--Flour — Prices have an upward tendency. Sales of 11,0 bbls, at an advance of 5 State $5.65@5.15; Ohio $5.55@5.65; Southern unchanged. Wheat has an upward tendency — sales 2,00 bushels at an advance of 1 cent; red Western $1.30; prime white Canada $1.51 ½. Corn has an upward tendency — sales of 25,000 bushels at an advance of 1--mixed 65 ½@66 cents. Pink is dull. Lard is unchanged. Whiskey is dull at 17 ½@18 Sales in New York, February 16th of $5,000 Va. 6's at 76, $4,00 do. at 76 ½, and $5,000 N. C. 6's at 79. Baltimore, February 16th.--Flour dull — Howard st. and Ohio $5.12; City Mills $5--no sales. Wheat is steady — red $1.25@1.28; white $1.35@
Philadelphia, Feb. 14.--Cl'd schr. Lydia R. Ogden. Richmond. Liverpool, Jan. 26.--Ar'd. bark Rubin, City Point. Charleston, Feb. 14.--Ar'd steam tug James Gray, Richmond. Boston,Feb. 14.--Ar'd steam tug James Gray, Richmond. Boston, Feb. 14.--Ar'd schr. Magnolia, Richmond via City Point. Holmes' Hole, Feb. 13.--Sl'd. schr. Citizen, Virginia. Newport, Feb. 14.--Ar'd schrs. I. D. Snow and M. L. Partridge, Rockland, forFeb. 14.--Ar'd schr. Magnolia, Richmond via City Point. Holmes' Hole, Feb. 13.--Sl'd. schr. Citizen, Virginia. Newport, Feb. 14.--Ar'd schrs. I. D. Snow and M. L. Partridge, Rockland, for Petersburg, Va.; Leading Breeze, Providence, for Rappahannock, Va. Plymouth, Feb. 5.--Cl'd schr. Martha Washington, Norfolk. Providence, Feb. 14.--Ar'd schr. S. B. Bailey, Norfolk. NeFeb. 14.--Ar'd schrs. I. D. Snow and M. L. Partridge, Rockland, for Petersburg, Va.; Leading Breeze, Providence, for Rappahannock, Va. Plymouth, Feb. 5.--Cl'd schr. Martha Washington, Norfolk. Providence, Feb. 14.--Ar'd schr. S. B. Bailey, Norfolk. New York Feb. 16.--Cl'd stm'r. Yorktown, Richmond; schr. Leroy, Norfolk. Spoken.--Schr. Vapor, Dissosway, from Richmond for Rio Janeiro, Feb. 9, lat. 35.15, lon. 66. Disaster.--Schr. R. R. FrFeb. 14.--Ar'd schr. S. B. Bailey, Norfolk. New York Feb. 16.--Cl'd stm'r. Yorktown, Richmond; schr. Leroy, Norfolk. Spoken.--Schr. Vapor, Dissosway, from Richmond for Rio Janeiro, Feb. 9, lat. 35.15, lon. 66. Disaster.--Schr. R. R. Freeman, of Tangier, Va., sunk in Quick's Hole, was visited on the 13th inst, by Capt. ower, the submarine diver, for the purpose of ascertaining the fate of her crew. He would commence operations on
Rejection of a Peace Commissioner. AlbanyFeb. 14. --The Senate to-day, by a vote of 15 to 13, rejected the nomination of the Hon. Francis Granger as a Peace Commissioner to Washington. The 15 are rabid Republicans.
l, and other public buildings, of the county of McDowell. Report of Commissioner from the Seceding States.--A message was received from Gov. Letcher, communicating a report and accompanying documents from Hon. John Robertson, Commissioner to visit the seceding States. The documents are: Letter of Mr. Robertson to the Governor of Florida, dated Feb. 4th; letter to the Governor of Mississippi, dated 18th February; letter from do., same date; letter to the Governor of Louisiana, dated February 14th; letter from do., dated February 18th; and letter from Judge Robertson to the Governor. The letter reads as follows: Richmond, Feb. 25th, 1861. Sir: I have now the gratification of announcing the close of my bumble labors as Commissioner from Virginia to the States lately withdrawn from the Federal Union. My mission has been protracted by circumstances not anticipated: but yet such as, in part, naturally arose from its character; and, in part, are not unusually incident to
. Jones, N. F., March 9. --The Galway Company's steamship, Prince Albert, which left Galway on the evening of Tuesday, Feb. 26th, arrived at this port en route to N. York, at 8 o'clock this morning. The Prince Albert's dates are four days later than those received per steamship North Briton at Portland. The Cunard steamship, Arabia, from New York, arrived at Queenstown on Saturday evening, February 23d. The steamship Niagara sailed from Queenstown on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 14th, at 4 o'clock, for Halifax and Boston. Political news unimportant. The Prince Albert brings no news of the Australasian. Commercial intelligence. Liverpool, February 26th,P. M. --Cotton.--The sales to-day have been 8,000 bales, including 2,000 to speculators and exporters. Messrs. Hewitt & Co. report an advance of ½@3-16 of a penny per cent. since Friday last, the market closing firm at the advance. Breadstuffs.--The market is generally dull. Provisions a
ornia on the last steamer, and has been arrested and placed under $20,000 bonds for disturbing the peace. Large crowds of miners are pursuing their way to the Rock River mines. The schooner Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to February 14th. The U. S. sloop-of-war Wyoming arrived at Honolulu on the 10th, in search of the Levant. Oregon and British Columbia.--Oregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned that his life is despaired of. Sandwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The Honolulu Advertiser of the
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