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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], The seizure of the New Orleans Mint, &c. (search)
sday, the 23d inst., a meeting was held at Matthews Court-House, by which his nomination was ratified. On Monday, the 28th inst., a large concourse of people, among them many ladies, assembled at Matthews Court-House, to hear this distinguished gentleman. The Court-House was filled to overflowing, and large groups stood around the building. A large meeting was held at Gloucester Court-House to-day, to nominate a secession candidate for a seat in the State Convention. Many stirring and patriotic speeches were made, and great enthusiasm prevailed.--Among the speakers was Gen. John Tyler.--John T. Sea well, Esq., received the nomination. The submissionists in this county cannot muster a corporal's guard. A Home Guard was formed last Saturday week, composed of men over 45 years of age, and under who were exonerated from military duty. An appropriate address was delivered on the occasion by Rev. W. S. Hawkins. Wheat looks badly, caused by heavy rains and sharp frosts.
The Markets. New York, Feb. 2. --Flour — The market is heavy; sales of 5,500 barrels at a decline of 5 State at $5.15@5.25; Ohio at $5.70@5.75; Southern at $5.56@5.90. Wheat is heavy; sales of 1,000 bushels at a decline of 1 White $1.40. Corn is depressed; sales of 10,000 bushels; mixed at 68 cents. Provisions dull; prices unchanged. Whiskey is held at 18 ½c. Buyers offer 18 Baltimore, Feb. 2. --Flour steady; Howard st., Ohio and City Mills $5.25. Wheat dull; red $Wheat dull; red $1.30@$1.83; white $1.40@1.50. Corn steady; yellow 62@67 Provisions active: Mess Pork $18@18.25. Lard 10 ½cts. Coffee steady at 12@13 Whiskey nominal at 18 Baltimore Cattle Market. Baltimore, Feb. 1 --The offerings at the scales yesterday were 1,000 head, being 200 head less than last market day. Of the above 350 were driven to Philadelphia, 150 were left over unsold, and the balance (500 head) were taken up by Baltimore butchers at prices ranging from $2.75 to $4.25, and averagi