"During February the engagements grew spotty again, though they took him erratically through Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York." (Lorch pg 96).
Twain departed Cleveland for Elmira February 2 and arrived on the 4th. He departed Elmira on the 12th, arriving in Cleveland on the 13th.
February 12 - 18, 1869: Ravenna, Ohio; Alliance, Ohio; Titusville, Pennsylvania; Franklin, Pennsylvania
February 12 Friday – Sam left Elmira “at the last minute” that evening and slept overnight on the train back to Cleveland.
February 13 Saturday – Sam wrote from Cleveland to Livy.
“(10AM) I have been here two hours in a splendid state of exasperation. I went to bed in the cars at half past nine, last night & slept like a log until 7 this morning, & woke up thoroughly refreshed” [MTL 3: 88].
February 13 - Cleveland to Pittsburgh Railroad, 34 miles to Ravenna, Ohio
February 15 - Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad, 17 miles to Alliance, Ohio
February 16 - Twain traveled back to Ravenna then to Cleveland. From Cleveland, the Cleveland, Painseville and Ashtabula Railroad, 79 miles to Girard and 15 miles from Girard to Erie on an unnamed railroad. From Erie to Corry, the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad, 35 miles. From Corry, 25 miles to Titusville and another 23 miles to Franklin on unnamed railroads. Corinthian Hall, Titusville, Pennsylvania
February 16 Tuesday – Sam wrote from Titusville, Pennsylvania to Livy
... I left Ravenna about noon, Monday, for Alliance—lectured there that night—sat up till 2 in the morning (because no porter at hotel to call me,) & returned on a coal train to Ravenna—got to the Ravenna hotel just at 4 o’clock in the morning—went to bed for one hour & a half & then got up half asleep & started in the early train for this Titusville section of country—had to wait from 1 P.M. till 5, at Corry, Pa.,
“SLC to Olivia L. Langdon, 17 Feb 1869, Titusville, Pa. (UCCL 00255).” In Mark Twain’s Letters, 1869.
February 17 - Franklin, Pennsylvania
February 18 Franklin
Twain then returned to Elmira.