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K- t 'S l" 1 -' - i ; 'i f i s .. ! i 1 1 i f, J: . i' 3-r i ; 7 i I! it Ji 4 ' - j ? t 4 ; 'it I i 1! I M 0 i'i ! 1.1 'i, ' THE fWoro', N. C. S ODTHERNER, .-- y 5 - rrTM' UJ' ORGANISE AND ARM! The Southerner. TAKBOHO' : DEO. 1. Ou r Agent s. M8Srs. Curtis & McArtliurr 85 Wall Street,, are authorized to contract for adver tisements, subscriptions, &c, iu New York. Messrs. M'Cann & Hague, are author ised to. act as our agents, and contract for advertisements and subscriptions in Balti more, Md. "WHAT WILL THE SOUTH DO ? North 'Carolina 'Legislature. A considerable amount of business was transacted in this body during tie week. Mr. Thomas Settle, Rockin ham, was elected Solicitor for the 4th Judicial District, and Mr Wm. Lander, Solicitor of j' 6th .DistViat. Hon. M. E. Manly: was elected Judge of. the Su preme Court, and Hons. Geo. Howard and J. W. Osborne, Judges of the Sope. perior Court. Several resolutions were introduced and discussed regarding the state of the Union. Also a bill au thorizing the suspension of the bauks of the State. Also a bill prohibiting the emigration to the State of all free ne groes of color, and requiring the removal from its limits within two years of all such persons now resident in the State. Local Rtlig ioii4 Notice. We are requested to,aunouncuiaL Elder C. B. ' Hassell, of Williamson, will preach at the Primi tive "Baptist Church, on Sunday, the 2d inst. The public arc invited to attend. Founfl.At the Post Office, on Tues day last, a handkerchief, which the owner can nave by calliug at this office and paying costs. HON. THOS. L. CLTNGMAN. Despite the predictions of the false prophets of the opposition press, and this distinguished Statesman has been renominated by his party for the pot of United States Senator. While North Carolina remains in "the Union, she The Baihy Troup. This excellent troupe of commedians favored our town t with a visit duriag this, court week, and night after night was the tsnt crowded with all classes of our people. Misses Mary, Emily, and Fanny, are charming young actresses, vocalists, and danseu scs ; . while Master George, with his wooden shoes r in the most grotesque dances, and his personations of Asa Trcnchard, Cousin Joe, Reuben, &c, and Master Albert, in his negro melo dies, will be long remembered. In ad. dition to the plays, dances, and songs, - PUBLIC MEETING. At a meeting of the citizens of Edge combe, at the Court House, m Tarboro, on Tuesday , the 27th inst., Mr. Ken neth TuiGr-EX, on motion, was ap pointed Chairman, and called the meet ing to order, remarking that it was con vened without respect to party, to take into consideration Federal mutters, and requested John L. Rridgers to ex plain more at length the objects of the call. Mr. Bridgcrs, in response to the request thus raade, reviewed carefully the great issue of the day, and present ed in a forcible and concise manner the growth and spread of Northern fanati cism, until a great and noble section of the Republic are called upon to- stem the tide or be overpowered by its ou- Correspondence of the Fetef sburg Express; A n Admirer of Abe Lincoln Ejected , ram Wilson Enthusiastic Secession Meeting Patriotic Speeches Strong Resolutions. Etc. Wilson, N, C, Nov. 24, 1860. Dear. Express : According to promise, I agtfn seat rayseif for the purpose of givr ing jou a few items. On yesterday (Fri day) a Northerner from New Haven, Coiin. bavin"- ""iven utterance to Black Republi can sentiments, w is waited on by the citi zens arid informed that be could'not go any further South, and was stepped just as he was going to take the 2 o'clock train-for Wilmington. At about 7 o'clock he was again waited on, and informed that he must take the eight o'clock train going North, and that he should be drummed out nf tnwri. but was assured that he skoutctM not be hui-t. ; A large crowd having gathered around ward swell. His remarks were listened i bim, he was told to march to 4he railroad to attentively by the largest concourse and forthwith commenced the most unearth of Deonle ever collected in the Court! ly noise it has ever been our lot to listen to. FTmi. and bnartilv endorsed, as was Some-were ringing bells, ethers beating cr l,La k thndtm -annkuse tin pans, blowing horns, beating drums and k,f f,.Jt) irvtorrnnt,,,! him. I doing almost everything else that would IJLlCJkU A i I Joseph A. Engelhard was appoint ed Secretary. make a noise. Having arrived at the de pot, the music ceased until the arrival of the cars , after which it was again resumed f f -r, rni ' io , iiuur Upon motion or aame, i. x u.gu, ; more deafeni ng noise than a Committee ot seven was appointed to . eyer Iu a few ramut.s the music again draft resolutions embodying the senti- ;cea?ed) !ind 40l(1 Lincoln," as they called ments of the meeting, to be reported to M was placcd on board the cars, under Arms and .Ammunition'--for tJS South Hartford, Conn., has already shipped for Georgia 180 cases of Sharp' patent carbines, 1,800 in all and 40,000 cartridges with conical baiuf The same paty has orders from Ala bama for 1,000 of the carbines. Coone? and . Pond of New York, have fn twenty to fifty orders daily from Soitfb Carolina, Alabama and Georgia, chiefly for rifles and navy revolvers. They have sent twenty gun-carriages to Geor gia. Another large house in New York: has orders for 5,000' muskets, United Secession meeting I spoke of in my' ,. , , ... . o tsiao.- , A , . n (t, , hshment has supplied an immense nnm- as held yesterday in the Court House.1 v , "ust, uum- - - nor n, h t s riiun vora All i views ot i,.,! ift t sale stores and agencies are hard nre.f public affairs, ueelaniii' iu favor ot tUo ,r to sunnlv orders for cannon b,j., orp rpnnpsfo(i t.i Kt nr. t in xjonrt t.; o,,t-. r 11 - i u 11 ' 1 - w. . - - ' " ..n I M ' 1 1 ' i II' ,11,11, H'U' UllUU UlllO .. . . n t J I V , - -i . rt i - t-iv tHr tiippti'iT mi :i Tdr nusin asa.- Xfrf .mtrnnf Wn n.qvfi rPPPlVPfi ' n m- rr i .i 1 . t . . i i - i i i : v j House in larooro, on luesaay, lae , tue union, wutoti; is- aonicu uer m n. snouiu ue rep. cornea oy m aoi, . " ' . . Qn :ni1rnfi(i ectin to be bold on the ! llA lll0 " nf s,, ninW, i ! is an exnioiiion oi dissolving views.i"" j " i " - a oA men, and we may be justly prou the nomination of Mr. Clingman. He- has received a high murk of the appre- This is the great ihe vital question f the day, in comparison to which all the1, others sink into insignificance. '"What matter it to us who rules the destiuies of the old world? How ay? we to be affected by the triumph of Garibaldi or the King cf Naples the downfall of Pio Nona, or of Victor .Emanuel 1 "What is the American people to gain either by the over throw of Louis Napoleon, the usurping e first number of this paper, just 1 4th insfc ? 'despot, or Francis Jose mate despot ? Nothi; which of themselves ire w"rth the price of admission. Altogether the troupe is ciation of his party sof his services; and; 1 .i . ,...:.. l travelling. m tue pariy s acuou wu it'cuguiAc iuu highest endorsement of his Southern rights principles. Important Notice. The citizens of Edgecombe county 4th of December, in the Court House, j promised to see him the other side of The Chairman appointed upon said ; Mason and Dixon's line. Three cheers Committee, J. L Bridgcrs, James 11. ' having been given for South Carotin acd Thi"Pen AVm. S. Battle, Col B. B. : the Southern Confederacy, the cars vam- Barron, I D. Pender, Jos. H. Hyuiau, ; oosed, carrying Old Abe's admirer aad Beur. M ivo xne wr ... o. D.i.i.. v. : n.i .rx last was y-ui. o. u;uui' um tauuj ut ricflv and forcibly rave his MURDER Noah Tumagc, was mortally wouna ' by V in. Sauk, iu thia pla.ee, ou Satur day night kd't, from fhe etfects of which he died ihi following day. The circumstances are, that aufc went into the Tenpin Alley ot" V VVaterz, to roll tenpins. Turna4 wao was game keeper, was ordered by Mr. Waters not to let Sauls, who u beenjin the habit of playing &nd rjoD paying for his games, ruil uwilbopaij tor them. Tuvuae was reuibnatratiuor with him, endeavoring to eafojefe orders, when Sauls, who is a powerful man, struck him with all the force ho could command with a second size alley ball, splitting the scull bone about'four and a half inches. Turuage wa varw small man, and was peaceable and inof fensive. , Sauls was arrested ou Sunday by Sheriff Thompson and is now iu ialj awaiting his trial. n, the usurping lue C1" numDcr 01 1,1,3 P:,P-'r Jusl i 4th inst., to give a fph, the legiti. started at llalcigh in place of the Hal- j thcir opiniocs iaBCktir ing absolutely, j Di Presr. It is well gotten up, I tQ be a.jofted ig was open for busin $ssi After several eloquent and patriotic ad an expression of ; His remarks wore enthusiastically re-; jref;se3 frorn Messrs. Iiadcline, Clayton nmiirl 1 U t.. T 1 r,.,A nll.r.ry V rinn -in tho nrnnor -cni-u- I uurned, Diuimui, vuuiiiui uuu uiucxa, ... t - r in the cause of the Democratic party. Persons wishing a good paper, published at Raleigh, would do well to forward man nothing,. However, much we may have felt interested cr our sympathies awak ened during the progress of their contest, we have neither time nor heart to pay j any further attention to the old world 1 thc Prioe of subscription John Spel 0 or its affairs. Another contest is g ing on at home, in which every citizen of the country c e and every man in the world, feels a deep and abiding interest. The question which heads this article is one that throws all others far in the shade. Who will answer it ? and gives promise of much usefulness; vew of the preseat political eriis in the Sons of Temperance. The Grand Divis-r 116 ion mpt in T.irrlnfnn rn r. 141. W f In prolyl --i ivl in rCTlAnsin tn- Palls. Pl..n'. a r .r.nacta.1 tn onnnint o enrnmit. ! ' U oar people in ! to 7. v 7 ',r " - neaxiy one nunarea delegates present I gave his views of the "impending cri- tee to draft resolutions, whereupon thej The Report of: tbe Grand gcrbe slS. j Chair appointed Col. Macon Maye, Ed- . geuts really an encoura pre. gmg exhioit, as to country. A full attendance, without"! Mr. Fred. Phillips was next called round Moore, J. W. Davis, Dr. J. J. Law-1 the condition of the Order in the StitA- regard to party, is desirable, fcevcral upon ana in repy eineiiameu ui Efi., Eli tor and Proprietor. Semi-weekly 4 dollars per annum, and 2 dollars for the weekly. gentlemen have conseuted to be present land address the meeting. MANY CITIZENS. Accident to editor of the Cl rious accident .nnotinw in some well-timed sentiments. ' fter rctirinS a short bi!e Present - i t , f : ed the following resolutions, which were Uavid Cobb was the nest speaker, i . , A , , , , , v . i i . e;ithusiastically and unanimously adopted, lie deplored the condition to which the J J 1 r . , , , -. , t a . to-wit : country had been brought oy tno ra-j The EJjcrojnbe Guar-!. This company of which our county maybe, and is, justly" decisive action or We., the citizens of the countV af "WvTlsnn naticisms of the Black Uepubiican Pi--'NC ignoring a.i party names and views, any, ty, and clearly pointed to q.uick, and cor.iiallv unite in the following resolutions: the part of North an Enior.yLT. Uolfon, 1 proud, has commenced to practice the Carolina and the South,, as thy only ' C0in and II. liar , .iffrt n- . , . nk x . , 'sure and honorable meaua- to protect: Vice preidehc karlotte il ut-j, met witn a se- Zuuavc drill. Oalast Saturd.--y, there was . , , ,,,,,, , . . , . , t : ! themselves. Mr. Cobb was well re-- ought not to- be,- on. the th nist., which a1 ; a large attendance of our citizens to wit-' . , , , y , i L i orivoit nnn m:i o sa vp.rji 1 utis-ni:essnil ! to-.. UezolccJ, That the election of A. Liu- Hamlin to the Tresidencv and y of the tfnUed States, and will not be submitted In 1775, thei4U stion was a-ked, Will ; i last accounts left him in a ci-itical condi. ! ness the jaovel and admirable evolutions of taiued and fortified evory position sistCt. Soutiiern Sfevtes. sia:-m. tinii. On the afternoon of th.-i t. il:iv. si v s ti.u f-jmrnn -lril tro (i nnine snhmit ' nnn ffirjona rrrp ! I I the N. C Argus, while proceeding to Mun- i his al.le felloiir-oflicers are determined to tie answers erven. Their grievances I r,. (, - , ..T. ., A. I , , . ' , e I roe, Liiion Co., and wituia a mi.e of that render their comoany the most cfhc:ent in were talien carciuiiy mto consecration j pIace his horse took fright at a drunken ; the State: and tiir courts will doubtless those who had g.me before, and main- . by their peorlp. They had remonstrated j man in the'ruad, and turnin- off, dashed' be .-rowned wUa sucee niraint tl tvrannv rf the mothpr i i.n,., ti.l ,.i. -r,. ir i . ' . r- n . i took with marked abiiitv and euthu agdiut i.. iji.iu.y n iao hjui ucr , througo tho woods. Mr. 11. in Ins elrrts . A fow events since, this Cofrsnany had . J county, but all in vain. A -deaf ear ! to stop him, rose upon his feet, and the ' a target practice for a splendid silver gob was turned to all their complaints, and buggy enuring in contact with a log or ' let presented by the Captain; which waSa their entreaties were answered with scoffs and scornings. At length, when their wrongs became intolerable, they struck for their freedom, and nobly averted their wrongs. dived, and made several unsuccessful to-.. attempts to close before he was periu-it- &safveri, That it is the. sense of this Captain lridgers and (ej 0 j0 go I meeting that we have a reserved rigit as Jos. 11. Hyman was nest ca-M-UTOtt, a S State' to secede from tQe Un d took equally strong grounds as ion, and that in this emergency it is the that North Carolina co-operate with her an increase of membership of more thar one thousand over all our losses. The following are the officers for tho ensuing year : W. M. Grier, G. W. r., Charlotte; II. C. Hamilton; G. W. A., Lincolnton; A. M. Gorman, G-Scribe, Raleigh; W. K. Mar tin, G'. T., Pacific; A. S. Waynes, G. Con., Lincolnton ;" S. B. Alexander, G. Sen., Hopewell ; Rev. II. L. AbernetLy. G. Chap., Happy Home. The next" semi-annual sessions, at Xei7 bern, on Tuesday, the 10th day of July,. 1SG1 ; and the annual, sessions at Concord, Cabarrus county, on the 2d Wednesday in November, 1861. The following Representative'! to' tho next session of- the National Division, were elected : D. p. vreir, D, S. Hill, Richard Ster- Since the agitation of the slavery ques tion, up to the present time, tire North has stamp, he was pitched out and fell upon ' won by Private I. B. Palamountaine. his head. He lies within half a mile Monroe, with his body, from the small of back down, paralyzed. His physicians consider his recovery very doubtful. A 7 7 J Tl... ill. T . 1 ii . I ' nucta,- Vieques me i-egisiarure ling, A. W. Cummings, J. F. Foard, M. to announce this opinion, by resolution. ' nrio. ii.. .wi.:. iu oi t t ! Dr J. vr. Lives, m reply to 9 ftt th-. earliest practical moment, and to Davis, James Sloan, II. C. Hamilton, A. , gave his views ot national aituirs, a-ua ; communicate it to- our Senators- and - Rep- (hrinin- -Spirit of the 4jw. i though differing with some as to the ' resentatives in Congress, and co-operate. j time of action, went as far as ary k. with the Governor in- calling a Convention PRESIDENT BUCHANAN AGA.INST Se Century Old Veserrav (Fr'i-' maintaining all our rights as g ar atied ot the people to determine upon the proper . r, ' by the constitution. Au interestiug de-! ,node and measure of redress. .-rots fiin 1 unrnnnti A finirni'sTi O 1 , . r., . . . . The GohhLoro Tribune. We per ceive that some of our cotemporaries v ... i. c -u tt i have classed this sterling Democratic have been trampled upon with impunitv ; ! , . . " i sheet with toe submission fcff.-?. Those Ehe has been robbed of her property, and j .... , , who suppose that its editor is opposed triTiTifin at oora iha CAmhl onrn nt I to secession, Tare mistaken. While we claim that the Southerner was the first equality. Time and again has she remon fltrated with her Northern persecutors Bointed out tie wrongs that had been in-' FTr in Eisterrr Carolina that advoca Dieted upon her, and begged for justice j tcd secession in the event of Lincoln's from her enemies. But her remonstrances election, the Tribune was one of the have-been in vain ; her treaties unavailing; ! first that we found to agree with us in and her prayers worse than useless. J that opinion, and to advocate it. Low 4- Laughed at, mocked an4 scorned, she has' iay itj venerable editor live to be of no longer anything to hope for' from the service to hk party and the South people ..of the North. Year after year day,; was the Centennial Anniversary bate h2re took laee betW0C11 Dr. K2?J Revived, That we respectfully suggest CESESSION-. Philadelphia, November 22. Tho nf TnrKarn' rd vot it ,,v nn. . r 1 , ,,r . ' ' tn the Le-nshlture tO takft mm.Ueana t4CSiUV'UJ' F'U'JU uu P" , ... j t j j. jj. linages, ami vv. it. iiymau, nii ; u ouehtion is no longer a ubiVet of Decu-- noticed. Not a single demonstration which they differed only as to'the; C S rche was made, not a sign was manifested to, means, aud not tne end of Southern ac- A,.,0(W? That e respectfully ,ecom. day, by a prominent Govefnraenfe offi distinguish it from any other day. How . tlon' ' ... mend to the Legislature to take into imme. cial, states that President Buchanan, many the chants sioce one hundred! fIr- Irces, of W ilson, in reply to'diate consideration tie pasge of sUchin his forthcoming Message will ua J ca Is made ution hnn. iavorr.il tb.w inppf-h, k i;i-it- x n.. i. e vpars. nrn the Colonial Ass-mhlv of':. 1 , ( it0 - ,u ,eiaie any unu- qucbuouamy uiii grouuu am J J uigavviiu some aoie a.iu painotic OU-; sual embarrassment of. t4ie commercial in-! ixorth Carolina granted a charter to thc sol vations upon the relative position of .terests of the State. ttvn of Tarboro'. Where now are its North with South in the Union, and! Resolved, That copied of the foregoing have her insults and injuries been accumu. inting piling Plion upon Ossse", until the lpj?id nhearable, and she must sink n der it into utter insignificance, or throw off V. .CONGRESS Thi3 body meets on Monday nest, and a stormy liano is. aietMtcdf WTc have secured the services cf an experi- mgs. Public Meeting. V?e publish in our local columns the nroceedinsrs of this i- o meeting. The watch fires of patriot ism are kindled and burning brightly in old Edgecombe. Let every citizen of the County be at the adjourned meet ing on Tuesday next, the 4th inst. foil riders? Gone, all on p. ! from lib K II . ".y. diuajH occurred l0 dissolve the present Union, on Wednesday last which occasioned The reraarks 0f the several speakers considerable excitement, and at one characterised with decorum, mod- i! i. '. . .1. 1 i 1 - f i I. . . -I ' ume uneaieucu 10 ue ui me nrosi sen j eratiou yet with firmuG3s and earnest ous character. As the matter is under going judicial investigation, we forbear form giving any of the rumors afloat in relatioD to their. cession. he burden of infamy that has so 'long, enceJ correspOQdent, and will furnish a weighed down. Will she ?o it ? eorrect wecUy summarj of Hs procee xne agitaiiou oi iuia (.jue&uuu i.3 al ready flt. Banks have suspended, confidence i3 lost, and a financial crisis is at hand, the effects of which will be fell fbr'years tenU ? Ifot long is this state of affairs to continue? Just so long as the South continues to assert her rights in the Union without daring - to strike a blow to maintain them. : Justice to ourselves, to our posterity, -8ndto the world demands that we reme 1 dy the evil while we can. We must either .assert -our independence, or submit to the rule of a tyrannical majority. A free and independent South, or an ab ject and subjugated South. Which 1 1 1 1 3 suaa we nave: mt:,, ..... f.t.Ti.-i.. . i iiiuiei: i ooies, uie pickpocket was sentenced by the Court, yosterday evening, to receive thirty-nine lashes, and be3mprisoned six months, or until the costs be paid the lashes to be administered, this morning at 10 o'clock. (joldsboro Rough Note" 24ft. "; The Blue Cockade. The Slue Coc kade has made its appearance ou our streets. We were pleased to see them worn during the present week, by mem bs,; and' even ladies. The spiri of secession is spreading and promises to soon become universal. - Owen Norment, sentence! to be hung at Charlotte, N. C , for the murder f,fCUarlea..iTittermarv, hasjbeca pardoned Vy th Governor. Catholic Institute. On Wednesday even ing, the new Catholic Institute in Cineii rnati was formally opened, when a -large flag, fifty feet ia length, beautifully deco rated with mottos in gold, was presented to the members by the Catholic ladies of the city. . , , MR. M. COIIE. An advertisement appeared in the last Mercury, over the signature f this person, which owing to the erowded state of our columns, cannot be attend ed to this week. It will bo answered in due time. Th PflfjJ. Th'simirmisix. Anv man at the the briliiant destiny that awaits us, if ; resolutions be sent, without delay, to our J North who favors Lostile action arait tho m a sense ot equality and honor, 0f ( fcenators an representatives in the Gen. j rightg of the Southern States, who is in crty and iadependeoce, wo ar ie,al Assemb'y of the State ho are hereby ; faor- of any obstruction to the Fngitivo requesu-u to my mem beiore the Houses4! glave Law by state legislation or other, of which they are respectively members. ! wise or who wouW deprive the SwHra We never saw such unanimity as there StntPS of a perfect eaualitv in the alf airs jseemstobein this coiilty upon the ques- Lf the Government is a Disuniouist, what- tionoi secession. We conscientiously be- ever he may call himself and ia to bo lieve that ninety ine of every hundred ; conjemned and denounced as such, ate for secession and immediate action. If ' -' anything again occurs worth relating, you may expect to hear from J. ness, and were received by the very large crowd in attendance, with marked approval. Upon the suggestion of Mr. W. S. Battle, the Secretary was directed to have handbills posted about the county inviting all citizens to be present at the adjourned meeting and take part in the proceedings. Upon motion the proceedings were ordered to be printed in tho papers of the town, aud the State papers are re quested to copy. The meeting adjourned until Tuesday rrext 4th Dee. K. THIGPEN, Pres. Jos. A. Engleiiard, Sec'y. BSaf Our Washington City Corres. pondencc arrived too late for publica tion this week. Egk. Patents have been issued at Wash ington during the past week to James Tohnson, of Garysburg, N. C., for im provement in metallic hubs of carriage wheels; to Michael E. Rudasill, of Shelly, N. C, for improvement in hatchets. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. The undersigned has this day become the Editor and Proprietor of the Ra leigh Democratic Press. All claims tipon the Press establishment will be settled by Messrs. Whitakerand Avent all debts due the establishment for sub scription Advertising, Job work, &c., are payable to the undersigned. Other arrangements will be duly an nounced. JOHN SPELMAN. Editor and Proprietor Democratic Press. , Nov. 24, 1830. Ker p good f om) adj. or nonn. be idle. - Never A Xait in the Brain. -Geoffrey J.. La vaille, who was shot in a fight with T- B. Kershaw, at Petersburg, Virginia, died on the 12th instant. The wound was inflicted on the 15th of October, and the pistol Was charged with a horse-sLoe nail. The nail was found in his brain, where it has been for nearly a month. . Wm. J. Connally resifi&g near Milton, N. C, was brutally murdered on Friday last, by Lawson Brandon, his son- n-law. The murderer has been arrested. J6g A culprit the other day attributed hs demoralization to 'bad company." 'Why, where have you been?" asked the judge. "In a Black Re jr&blieaii Club," he replied. B-The Grand Lodge, A. Y. M of 3d of December, North Carolina, will meet iaRaioigh on th One man ia Tirginia wins $10$, 000 0n the eli&c'toral vote for Bell in hia State. t'sBBu backing apples in dry leaves i? strbngly recommended, after careful ex. lflarket. Tarboro', Market, Nov. 17. Turpentine Dip, 1 75 to 1 80. Scrape, 40 to 45-cts. per 100 lbs. Tar, 51,00 to $1 10. Corn, S3 50 to 4 00 per bbl. Cotton, 91 to lO cts. Bacon Hog round, 12 to 15 cents. Lard, 12 i to 14 cis. Petersburg Market. Nov. 2 Carefully corrected weekly by N. Martin, mo. & Co., Grocers and Commission Merchants, No. 129 Sycamore street. Cotton.-The tone of the market i very dei r. ssed, with sales to-day of some wi) bales at 10c. for prime selections. Tiiere is no demand, and buyers seem disposed to held - off, at least for tk present. Wilmington Market, Nor. 14. Turpentine 3 ellow dip, 82 25; virgin, SI 80 and new hard 125 dosing at latter prices for cash. Corn (cargo price,) 55 a 66 etc3 oer busheU Cotton Ordinary to middling 10 1 10J , strict middling 11c. good mil lling cents.- Bacon hog round, 13. a 13 cents, and hams 15 a 15 i cents Lard 13 a 14 cents.