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ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC.
ITERFSTIi FRO.V MEXICO
IVaosbers and Poeiffeae of Ike Preo.cn and
EEORTED SUICIDE OF GEN. DOBLADO.
Speech of General Prim Before the
The Steamship Pacific, Captain Ebnbleton,
from Havana on the 10th inst, arrived at New
York, the 63d.
Havasa, Jan. 13, 1803.
JL Fete Words on the Franco-Mexican Ques
tion Reported Suicide of Gen. Doblado
Distribution of Medals by President Jua
re Numbers and Positions of the French
Army Strength of the Mexican Forces at
I'uebU'and Mexico City Small Pox at
Vera Crut, &c.
ISothmg is more unreliable than Mexican
news. II' from a French source, all is couleur
dt rose ; if from the Jiiarialas, or partisans ol
President Juarez, no army of crusaders, "belt
ed knights an' a' that," ever did such marvel
lous feats or performed such hcrric deeds as
"the army of the republic and the constitu
tion." are doing or going to do when the inva
der overtake them, and if our news times
from the friends of Almonte everything goes
swimmingly for them, and their leader is to be
the savior of tbe nation. Most ot our new
comes, I think, from French sources i for we
bear of almost nothing but "upheavings" of
the people in favor of a new order of things
and the overthrow of President Juarez, whose
a use, we rot, 'old, is daily and hourly divmd
ling to the i-STst insignificant proportions, i
there is one fact well worthy of note, striking
ly incongrous with such report, and strongly
contradictory of much that we hear; so mud
ao that my confidence in French veracity has
been much shaken, lhat Tact is, that Presi
dent Juarez has assembled the Congress of
tbe country a representatives, in which every
State has a voice; and that same Congress lias
given us unanimous support to Juarez, as may
be teen from the address to the Mexican peo
pie, issued shortly after assembling a Iran
slated cony of which I sent you in a former
letter. If this fact be not a testimony to the
popularity and ability of Juarez, then I am at
a loss to know what to think ol it. I Ins Con
cress voted to prosecute the war against th
French with vigor, and furnish ail the means
they can command. . Ihis, then, is necessarily
the vote of al! Mexico through her oflie al or
gan, tbe Legislature, and is either the expres
sion of the real sentiment of her people, or
Congress ceases to be a representative bony.
If the French invasion be based on the pretence
or supposition lhat tbe Mexicans desire
Change of governmental system. Napoleon
ought to retire in presence of a lact which con
tradicts such an assertion in the most solemn
manner possible. That this is tbe excuse, and
ti sole excuse, is evident from the history of
the twelve months, or, more properly, since
the breach of tbe Solodad agreement, so well
told by Gen. Prim m his long and, in some re
spects, very able speech in the Spanish Corte
Tr ) General shows plainly that the French
Emperor has been duped by Almome, wh im
be thoroughly exposes and convicts ot lals
hood. Is duped the proper expression ? I
vse it with a charitable intention, for I am in
clined to believe a rumor which just now pre-
tails in Paris that the French intend retiring
from Mexico. Be that as it may, let us See
what the late news from that unfortunate coun
try amounts to.
The V era Crutnnn of DeeemTJct 19 says
that General Doblado marched from Guanaju
ato to unite his forces with those of Losada
and others occupying Gudalajara ; that he was
attacKea anu routed on the way, and commit
ted suicide to avoid falling prisoner. This
Hews come by way of Jalapa.
From the same source we learri tttat there is
a serious misunderstanding between Generals
Ortega and Comonfort, arid that desertions
from tbe Mexican garrison of Puebla are very
numerous, on account of the great scarcity of
money and provisions' in that plsce. Also,
that a conspiracy had boerf discovered in the
brigade of General O'Horan, and that five offi
cers had been shot.
A French officer, M. Thorotise, has bought
five hundred more mcles in Santiago de Cuba,
which are now on the way to Vera Cruz, on
board the steamer Allier.
The English steamer Ossian brought u9 dates
the other day to the 3d inst. This vessel had
been freighted by the French Government to
take artillery to Vera Cruz, in order to arm a
Couple of war vessels which bird bcen-cowvert-d
into transports.- The news she brings is
contained in a letter to tho Dinria de la Ma
tina, from which I extract the following :
The French forces are distributed as follows:
In San Angostin del Palmar-, San Andros Chal
ehicomula and OriZabtr, from eleven to eig'-t
thousand men ; in Perote and los Vigas,- a like
number. Marqucz has his camp at this latter
point, with something less than one thousand
men. In Tampico not quite four thousand.
The forces which were in TIacotalpan and A!
varado have evacuated those places. The re
mainder of the twenty-eight thousand that
compose the Freach expeditionary army is
made up by tho garrison of Vera Cruz and
various small detachments in the neighborhood.
Reinforcements are expected by the end ot this
month, which can be forwarded immediately
to the interior by the new railroad to Orizaba,
which, it is said, will be ready tor use by that
time. Those remfbrccuients are to consist of
two-irwisions of the Imperial Guard, of at leatt
15,000 effective men.
If tho above figures and localities be correct
ly given we may have some idea of the actual
position .f the french Army. As an offset,
we have similar data in regard to tbe Mexican
army, now concentrating at Puebla.
In Puebla, 25,000 regular troops and 10,000
volunteers. Between there slid the capital are
two division, intended to serve as" reinforce
ments or protect a retreat. This force is esti
mated at from 10,000 to 12,000: In the capital
there are 12,00c more, among whom, however,
must be included the Home Guard. In Quere
taro there is a division of eight thousand men,
and the contingent fr'otn the State of Guerrero,
under Alvarez, amounts to twelve or fourteen
thousand. These figures gives us a total of
about eighty thousand' men a sullicien'ly
powerful force, one might suppose, to drive hu
French out of the country ; but it rriusl be re
membered that the Mexican trocps ore badly
fed iiid worse armed.
Nearly the entire f the French crti!!ery is
between Jalapa and I,os Vigus.
Smallpox ol a malignant type has nisdo its
appearance al Vera Cru3, much to the conster
nation of the authorities, who contemplate
building a lazretto'tc protect the City as much
as possible from tho contagion spreading.
A letter from Orizaba, ilited iJucembor 21,
says there is a repo t th it Juarez is to retire
from the Presidency, to lie succeeded by either
Ortega or Comonfort ; but tin re is no reliance
b be placed on such a rumor, corning fioui
such a place. The same letter announces the
arrival at Orizaba of a mo-sen;er from M jia,
and says he took fc.j0-i.tjoo and twenty thou
sand muskets from General Doblado. TI
writer says the sum of money may be ex-ig- '
gerated, but that it will certainly reach $400,-
5?. Anoibr lltr gives the names of er-'
t tin Mexican leaders who have joined th
irenci. One namud Iriiicque. presented Win
elf. with two hundred cavalry. The other
had also soma forces.
We expect news from Mexico every day.
Havana, Jan. 15
Cr.n Prlin'm Snetr.h Tie fare, the Suanish Corte.
His Compliment to the t'nited States, and
Opinion oj the Conquest of Mexico oy litt
French General Duke's Anti-State Trade
Measures Neici from Nassau Murder of
an American Arrical at lhat I art In
Nea Opera "lane"' The Webb Family.
Our newspapers here for some d:iys past
have been filled -vith the debates in the Corte
of Spain on the Mexican Question, and Genera!
Prim s three days speech hgtires largely, a
matter of courte. I certainly admire the man-
ly, straightforward manner in which ha, detail?
the history of his connection with theinvasioi
ol that country by the Allies in the spring i.
last Vear. It is quite probable your European
exchanges will have furnished, if not with the
entire speech, at least with ample extracts ;
yet in case what appears to me an interesting
point should have escaped you, I will give a
few extracts, which may riot be out of place in
this letter. After speaking of the surprise
caused him bv the stranjre conduct of the
French commissioners at Solodad and theawk
ward position in which he consequently found
himself, he says:
Four solutions presented themselves to my
consideration; first, to yield to the trench
and follow their course; second, to stand aside
and ask new instructions from the irdvernment :
ihird, to oppose tbe French; and foilrth, te
re-embark with my trodpS. Now, gen'temen,
which solution would have best suited the per
sonal convenience of Gen. Prim i Naturally
the first, since I would fight with a certainty
of conquering and besides, once in Mexico,
the Queen would have rewarded me with a
third mark of distinction, just as the fcmperor
of t'.ie French would have honored me with
the legion of honor and made me Duke of
Mexico vnd on my return to Spain nobody
would serve disputed' with me tbe embassy to
Paris. Such was the seductive p'rctu're which
my yielding to tbe French presented tt my
view ; but that csuld not have been done
without detriment to the good faith and loyalty
due my country, and therefore I did not hesi
tate to sacrifice my pride, my friendship for
the Emperor and my dreartis of glory on the
altar of my duty and the independence of my
r orthermore. I csuld not lose sizht of the
compromise contracted by bpain with England,
and by the three Povers with tho United
States, relative to the non imposition on thr
Mexicans of a government they might not
desire : and, since I speak of the United Slates,
permit me to say that they are a great people,
although it has long been believed that they
are but a nation ol shopkeepers. I believe
that Europe may now bo convinced that this
is not so, for I have been in the midst of one
ot their amies that of the Potomac, commanded-
y Gen. McCIellan composed of one
hundred and ten thousand men. with three
hundred pieces of artillery, and I can assure
you that it is the equal of any army whatso
ever. An4 let it not be supposed that the
struggle in which that nation is now involved
will leave it lifeless ; even Should the Northern
and Southern States be separated, they will
ever remain two powerful peoples, lovers, one
as much as the other, of the Monroe doctrine."
1 he General closes his remarks on this por
tion of his subject by a species of prophetic
warning to the French. After quoting several
examples from history, illustrating the unwil
lingness of any people to have a government
forced upon them, be says: "Such is the his
tory, the sad history, of imposed moTiarchs ;
let the Archduke Maximilian keep it ever
present to him. The French will not possess
in Mexico more ground titan they Actually
tread; and finally, sooner or later, will have
to abandon that country, leaving it in a more
ruined condition than it was when they went
I would very much like to see & man wi.h
sScri liberal views as Prim, made Captain
General of Cuba. lie understands hitman
nature too well to be a tyrannical or illiberal
Gen Dulce pursues his policy of suppressing
the slave trade. It is rn mired tfrat the present
Gnverrtot of Cttr lenaa has berh ordered to leave
hu Island for having permitted Home disembark-
ments of African-; and the e is another rumor
hat i be Captain General sent for a certain weal
hy persen will known hera who was lately
wounded in a skiimtah with the Civil Guard
while landing a Cargo The Genera! tcr!d Jiim he
was sorry he was not killed in th iiglir. and
Jded, "1 have positive information that j'ou are
aily expectinff two more shipirrentrt of neyroes.
nd if, on their ariival, you do not surrender
I'm to the government. I will have a bail and
hain fttaehed to vunr leir. and sef vou to work
n the streets irt Ha is' "
rhe rrport I heard in regard to the suppression
f the ' Havana Review, ' mentioned in a former
tier, I have since ascertained to 6s correct in
We have had two rir three Arrivals or Smalt
schooners from blockaded ports sine- mv las"
letter. One from Mobile brought uu tile news of
the terrible battle of XJnrfreesboro A letter
from Nassau, publi-hed in the Diario'de I Mari
na, of yesterday, dated the 10h insK. says :
SKanierJ and sailing vessels ;ire constantly
arriving from Southern ports, and there are a
great many now in port " The same letter men
tions the death of a r. Stanton, who was shot
dead in a billiard room by the captain of a Confederal-
vessel named Finnell. Mr Stanton was
formerly agent for Sniffer s sewing machines, and
at one lime lived in Havana.
Four English stetmers from T..iverpool. the
Douglas, Nicholas I, Thistle and Calypso, had ar
rived at Nassau with assorted cargoes' Various
sailing vessels laden with srnDpowder and other
meicliatidi.se. The steamer Antoniea, from
Charleston, with a cargo of cotton, arrived on the
Abb ulHmo in fifty-three hours, the quickest pas
sage ever made between those ports. The Eng
lish brk Iris, from Manzanillo. with a cargo of
mahogany, fustic, &e., was lost off the Great
Bahama batik eu' the il7th ult. Part of the cargo
Max Maretzelc fias given us a novelty in the
operatic line, which iiaS put our musical public
in be'ter humor. Some of yorfrreaders may have
seen and heard the opera of " lone." the storr
or plot of which i:i taken from tho " Last Days of
Pmnpeii."' To me, however, it was qiliTa new.
and therefore quite interesting At first 1 did
not lilte it, in common with many, so accustomed
have we become to the sweet music of Verdi : but
on hearing' it a second and a third time, i discov
ered mer.ts which I think will be sufficient to
make it populaT1. The drinking song and trio in
th-s first act are very good, arid the accompani
merit to a so!o in the same .act is beautiful A
duo ill the second act and a flute solo in the
third, which is a gem. are also among the parts
which particularly struck nie. Great credit is
due Sijrnor M-iZzol ni fur the manlier in which
h B, ..i i.;. :r
No ertist has ever worked harder. ITo has i
been almost tbe only tenor in the company since
the opening of the season, and certainly for the
pafct six or eight weeks he has been singing
every niht, .-?:r.I siu-ii:' well. This severe Inbor
13 p!H!t uiar!y trying to an artist in ttis climate.
There is R rcjKii t that me shall have a second
season, or. if you choose, a continuation of the.
present, for some . i.x or eight weeks longer I
Exchange on New York has fallen to 27 a S3
per cent. Very little doing
Tliu steamers Pacific and Sheldrake leave to-d-y
for New York, and the LiritUh Queen will
Iciiv e on Saturday The Columbia arrived hist
Monday and left t-ie t.et dny for New Orleans.
The Uio Uio and Koauoke are cxpdcted to arrive
to-Jay or to morrow.
The soa and daughter of flon. Ff-rnan Jo Wood
arrived on the British Queen, and
are new stay
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Soldiers don't win laurel-leaves by leaves of
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We distrust sortie men because we don'1
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We can rarely be what we wodld bej but
always what we should.
The gate of perdi-ion is a dangerods one to
let ch'tldreti saving on.
Whether one talks well depends very much
upon whom he has to talk to.
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Extiact lrom findings of Court Martial, con
vened in the city of New Berne, whtreof Brig
Gen. F. IS Spinola, was Prssident.
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New UKRSE, Jau 21st, J8b'3.
Generri Orten, S9 29.
At a general Court Martini which convened in
.tie city ot New Bern, nursuant to tei:eral Order
No. 12, dated J in 1 l.lSb'3.rroni these Head-Quar
lers. anil whereof Brig. Gen. F B. Spinola is
rresuent. was arraigned and tiled :
Capt. E C. Boners. Marine Artillery Charpe
1 ioiS'ioii uf the 83 I Article of ar: bpecih
eation In tnat He, the said Utt. ti. IT. Koweis
did. on t.'.e 2d day of Dec. represent to the Com
mittee of Investigation ordered by Mai Gen
Fonter to inquire into the affairs of the Marine
Arti!ler , that tbn portion of said reg'.tiieut sta
tioned at KoanoKe Island were in a state of mti
'my. thereby cauMiig a larpe force of liif'aniry.
Artillery, and a Kava' Gunboat to be ordered
there for 8uppresoiti the ssme. These state
uieuts proving to be false, end rfitfcout fouuda'
Charge ti Drunkeiress. and heRlect of duty.
Specification In that, the said Capt E. C. Bow
ers did absent bifflsetf from the U S Army Gun.
boat" Pioneer " (of which vessel he was in com
mand ) from tbe hour of II o'clock, A. M. of Dec
2d. 1862. nai'A twenty-six hours thereafter, dur-
ingr all of which lime Ms crew were In a state of
Mutiny, and that be himself while on shore waa
drunk, and behaved himself in a disorderly man
ner about the streets; which conduct was dis
graceful to himself, and to the United States ser
vice. All of this on cr about the second day of
To. which charges, and specifications, the ac
cused pleaded lis follows: To Specification.
Charge lat. Not Guilty. To SpcciScation Charge
3d, -Not Guilty. To Cbarg-e 2d. Not Guilty.
After mature deliberation on the evidence ad
duced, the Court finds tbe accused as. follows :
Of Specification, Charge 1st. Not Guilty. Of
Chare-e 1st, Not Gtiilly. OY Specification, Charge
2d, down to the words "that he himself was
drunk." Guilty. Of Charge 2d. of neglect of
duty but nctf, of drunkenness, Guilty. .
And the Court do therefore sentence him. trie
said Capt E. C. Bowers, of ihe Marine Artillery,
to be dismissed from the service of the United.
Proceedings, findings, and sentence approved.
Capt. E. C. Bowers, accordingly, ceases to be an
officer from this date.
Lieut. E. S. Sweet, 1st Lieut. Marine Artillery.
Charge I Violation of the :Wth Article of War
Specification In that he, the said Lieut. E. S.
S eet, did while at the recruiting depot of said
regiment at State o Island, demand and received
a large sum of money from recruits, receiving not
less than $4 00 each from quite a number, as
commission for collecting the bounty rLOuey due
said recruits, and that he did re-enlist ihem, or
force Ulem to re enlist for that Iftrnose. they hav
ing been previously enlisted at Chicago add lhat
' did pay to one man 327 Inj out ol 9 due
To which charge, and specification, the accused
pleaded i-s follows : To Specification, Charge 1st,
Not Guilty. To Charge 1st, Not Guilty.
After mature deliberation on tho evidence ad
duced, the Court finds the prisoner as follows :
Of Specification, stria ing out "and that be did
onij pay to one man $27.00 out of $129.00 due
him," Charge 1st, Guilty. Of Charge 1st,
Guilty. . . . ..
And the Court do therefore sentence him, Liea't.
E. S. Sweet, tf the Marine Artillery, to be cash
iered, and I hey do further order, that his crime,
eeiti one of gross fiaud upon the men, as well
as a great swindle upon tbe Government, and that
his name, and plico of abode, and punishment
be published in the newspapers in and about the
camp, and of the particnlar State whence he
came, and where he usually resides.
Tbe Court do not order tbe money to be re
funded, because it is impossible for them to de
termine the exact snms, or persons From whom ta
ken; bul they further add they consider bis of
fence one of the most eonmidirnnte swindles ever
brought to their notice.
Proceedings, findings, and sentence approved.
Lieut. E S. Sweet, accordingly, ceases to be an
officer from this date,
Lieat. R E. A. Hampson, 1st Lieut. Marine
Artillery. Charge I Violation of the 39th Arti
cle of Ve .P' cification In that he, the said
Lieut R E A. Hampton, did, while si the re
cruiting depot of said reeiment at Staten Island.
demand and receive a large sum of money from
lecroits". receiving not less that $4.00 each from
quite a number, as com mission for collecting the
bounty money due said recruits', and that he did
re enlist them, or forte them to re-enlist for that
purpose, they having been previously enlisted at
Chicago . ... . ..
lawmen cnarge. ana specincatror, the pris
oner ftleaded as follows : To Specification, Not
Guilty To Charge. Not Guilty.
Alter mature deliberation on the evidence ad
luced, the C6 irt finds the prisoner as follows :
Of the Specification, Guilty. Of the Charge,
Guilty. , ....
And the l.onrt do hereby sentence him. the
said Lieut. R E A. llampson. to be cashiered,
and 1 hey do further order that his crime, being
one of gross fraud upon the men, as well as a
great nwindl" upon the Government, and hie
name, and place of abode, and punishment, be
published in the newspapers in and about the
camp, and of the particular tvate wheuco he
came, and where he usually resides The Court
do not order the rrlomy to be refunded, because
it is mrpossible for f hem to determine the exact
sinus, r per-oiu from whom taken, but they
ftnther add that they consider bis offeuce one of
the most consummate swindles ever brought to
Proceedings, findings and sentence approved.
Lieut. R. E. A Hampson, accordingly, ceases to
be an officer from this date.
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in tfi c
" ADAMS EXPRESS CO. BCILDISG,"
Late store of J. W. F. Harrison, has just received
and now offers for sale, at the lowest possible pri
c.es, a Large Sioek of Xiw Goods, suitable for the
wauts of the
OFFICERS AMD ROLDIEBe'
of this Department . ,
Among tho articles now on hand may be found
the following :
Swords and Belts,
Letters and Figses,
Cnder Shirts and
Boots and Shoes,
Note Paper and Envelopes
Drawers .white a mixed, Porte Monies,
Hosiery, Pocket Books,'
V00i Gloves, . . Cl't-vron Binding,
White Berliu Gloves, Gold Lace,
White Cotton ' Spuis,
H!k und Linen Handkerchiefs,
Aud many otlier articles', which will be sold as
cheap as at any store in Town.
A call and inspection will convince buyers that
this is the place to purchase. G. L. JTDD.
Newbern, Vov. 2fi. iStS. 51
NOTICK. The Members ..I NEW YORK EN
Glli CO. No. 1. of Newbein. are hereby
r qu .-t -tl 'o attend a ineetinir t'-t will take place
at the Knaii.e II .use. in Middle Street, on Mouday
livening, Feb. -M, lJil-l.
By or.ler of WM. KOirS, Fonnaa.
Ko' bt rvlBOE, Secretary.
fHO Would think or having Wl
J T there are lots of Water rrnot Boots
v. npies & c-o,.
GUNS. PISTOLS. CTT1.ERY.
Military Goods, and Gun Material of All Kinds.
IS? Uresdway, New Tort. VZ
Dl BE INMVRANl'K. I .
THE HUDSON COCNTY MCTCAL FIRE IX
StJRAXCE CO., of Jersey Cy, . J.
CAPtTAI, t300 DOI,,AB.
This ConSany Will insure property in Newberne
at the lowest rates const tetit .with safety to them
elves and their customers.
Kefer by perfliissioti to General Charles A. Tliek
man. C'att. .fames C. Slaght. A. Q M-, Messrs. W
C. Hamiltoh Si Co., S. C. Nelson. Eia . Messrs. C.
B Dibble & Co.
Any communications may be addresse'd to, ot a
persi.ual interview had with the Secretary of the
Company at the offloe of Wil'lam C. Hamilton &
Co., comet- of South Front and Middle streets, Sew
-' ' ' ' -'' " ' ' '-'
CX IIA9III.TOX ik. CO.,
feiiES, HAMILTON 4. cU,
Corner of Sooth Front and "Kiddle Sla.
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE WHOLESALE
HOUSE IX NEWBEKJT.
n 4 good
DEBIK6 to eall the attention of the
And Merchants generally, to our
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OP GOODS
now oa hand.
Oar facilities for supplying this market with
Goods, far surpasses that of any other establish
ment in this section.
OW vessels come direct from New Tork , (o this
Port, thereby delivering Goods fresh from market
We are constantly receiving large and well se
lected Cargoes of Merchandise, comprising every
thing that coi II be do-ired.
Come Obe ! Come All 1 1 and examine eur
We can and we will offer inducements to th
Merchants of Newbern and vicinity.
OCR MOTTO IS
" A Nimble Penny Is better than uslow shilling.
deo 3 55 1
A T TURNE TAND COUNSELLOR AT LA W,
MWDEhN, XOKTO CAROLINA.
Solicitor of Bounties. Pensions, and other, claims
againat liie Goveruuieut. will niake.collectious 4ud
attend to all business of a Va-Teharaciter.
Office on Brotfrf street . near tbe Public Scales. -oet2S
PPiriA k EINtHTetllV woMd inform .tb
citizens of this city bat they have a farge
BOOTS & SHOES
Which they willsell as cheap as anyone. Call aYthv
sipn of the Bookstore, on Pollock street.
Newbern. Oct. 1, 1862. 7
T ICSI1XJS KfiM( J.nieae K Oil just
received St UIUULC a.
SfTOEf.S and TOrVOS and vnriooa olnrr
Cefal nnrl Conveniens lenptennents nor
openins at DIBBLE'S. 84w
1AVAI.BV BoVT!Hof prime quality at DIB
Tl ft IfllEAT tl.OtK tresh and' nice at
OFFICERS Iflrseee applkd
1. 1. KI!DS OiMi nd'Ea'dont'
1OOTW A5ft SjtlOES for every
?lO It SAI.K WO bbls. Clmice Flonr H, f8..W
: 30(1 sacks Salt $3.UI).
10(1 bbls. Potatoes 9 $?.50.
101) '- Onions $M".L
2") '. .Pork CIS.Ott.
Tl. P. HAWLEY. Sutler B'tb Conn.
Craven St., 5 doors South of Bank f North Caro
lina. tfSl Jon. 2, IS.
THE Pl'IILIt: ars hereby captioned apainat
tratiinir for any Tickets in cireuHtii'n purport-
to be the issue of Patterson &. McXelvey. as all
'I ickets Issued bv them ba-we been redeemed some
time cilice, and all now in frculntion are spurious.
Jin 11 PATTERSON &. MLKELVEY.
1 lFFICEKsO ho t,
" Best n. the market, at
11 15 ISLE
N K V .
ei V.NKI.HOt, Denier m
O. NAVAL STOKES. COTTON. ETC.
UrintoTk s old 'artlaue. on the Dock t ear Ills Oas
Newbern N. C.
Newbern, Nov. 1, 1862. 3m
F VOt' W.IMT what no one else hi
. to DIBHLKS.
r OT OF liUOD TniKCll ew opennv at
XJ VIBBLEii. BVV 17
- O F
Hallj to the Support
Stars &, Stripes !
A few more e Wo bodlod men wauled1 to fill apt
now being enlisted in tl. is county, and whose Reait
Quarters are to be at Newbern. This emnpeoy io
fast filling op. Good pay, good rations, plenty cf
them, and excellent clothing will ee lunitbti ti
each voliinteer. This company will be attached t
the First Reg. N. C. Vo'untee's, and their fiaTJ of
operation will bo in this aed adjoining eoantfcrs,
among their own friends and neighbor.
Now is yovr time tt enlist in a crack company
for the protection of y oar own homes.
Enlistments may be made at the Head Quarters
of the company, ovet the Progress Office en Cravta
GEO. MILLS JOT,
Lieutenant commending Co. 1.
Nwicm, Oct. S3, 18CS.
It is proposed to raiss In Craven coutty itnd vt
t inity, one bir more companies of volunteers, td be
attached to (he 1st Beg. N. C. Union Volunteer na
der my command.
The men who ate enlisted under this call are fa
tended to act as si Home Guard. Their Head
Quarters will be at Newbern, where they will bo
equipped atod drifted. They will not be moved
from th Count v. except at intervals for Battalion
drill -, nor will they be called up oil io riie.reh te any
other part ef the Stafe; uulesj npon an ecrast'oB of
emergency. Their pay, clothing, rations, equip
ments aud allowances, will be in all respects similar
to those of other United States volunteers.
"the term of enlistment will be lur the war.
Those able to bear arms, who can stand aloef
ftom this movement, cannot expect that the Gov-
emineL-t will protect those who make no eoort f
EDWARD E. POTTER,
Col. Cora'dg. 1st N. C. U. Vol.
In accordance with the above oail, a recruiting
ofSce has been opened, directly over the office of
the Daily Process on Craven Street, Newbern;
where the loyal citixens of North Carolina will be
afforded every facil'ty for enlistment in the' above'
CfEO. MILLS Jo'i".
Miiutenant commaading Co. fj.
Ifewbern, Oct. 17, lSfe2. l'?.
C. 91 A 8 17 R V s tit.;
and dealers in ill kinds of
BURNING FLUID AND CO'AL OIL;
2tS India Stmt, Beaton.'
BELL, PARIS &. CO.,
Middle Street, between Pollock and Broad streets'
have just received from New Tork and
Boston a farge assortment of
DRY GOODS. MOOTS AND SHOES'. FlNH
GROCERIES, CROCKERY. IIAKDWARE.
WINES. HATS, STATIONER Y, TIN AND WIL
LOW WARE, SEGA RS AND TOBACCO
Amonsr which are Mohaira. Calico?- De Laire.'
A'paoan, Shawls; Embroideries, Dresa.TriuimfnirSj
Art Flower', table clutlis. haudkerehiefs.- nubja.",'
hoods, hosiery, gloes, ruches cottons, s.hetinji
boulenun ebtrt44. cn.imere&. leans, fatinets. antL
faAcy dry gftcpd.--, calf, -kip end .bn!sa.a boeta,. nr
shoes, army end Indies' gaiters, bukjs, Btitionery'
tf every- kind, woolen Felt fiats, knives Bjid foTka.
cutlery, tirusnes, combs, blacking, baskets, .(.rock
ery, gians anu stone ware, lanterns, tuHaeyo and se
fears of every frrado. pipes, perfumery, bid cords,
tawing, paper, tees, cofl'ee. sugars, buttar, laid, flonr,
meal, crm Iters, cheese, soap.poijs, tfxbft, clioe lions,
cork 6oles, belts, rubber shoes, benzine, mens' furn
ishing goo s, tin dippers, tej pots,, plates, stonejnjfs,
hams, Bmoked beef, canned sausage ,meat, turkey,
matron, rfiicfcen.slrimr beans, creeu re'as. peaeber .
foinatoes preen corn, wlmrtlebemea. can berries and
eyery kind of fresh fiuits, jellies, brandy peaclt
syrups, pickles, sardines, chocofate'. lobster, pickled
ov-eierSj. tiiiHeicus anu num. nucir?,- iiirinu aim nno
erocei-iesof every kind. Rye and bvurbon whirkey .
St. Croix and Jamaica rum. l?ol1aDd and old torn-
gin, otard brandy, sherry. Madeira and claret wines.
arrac anu wine ptutcii. aua chanipaues ot toe cele
bvated. nrandsof Heidsic-.k.. 'imperial cabinet, irreen
seat and eat;le brands. We have a large aor&
ment ot all the above named articles which we
will fell at Ipw prices. Wholesale aud retail, Sign
of I. Peac. "
rrtUIS DA V oPENED
And For Sale 1U u Small Advance"
FROM NEW YORK PRICES:
? Di'Sen All Wool Rib Over Jackets.
50 " Shaker Sock.
SO " Poitsmsuth Socks.
1(J ' Woul Night Caps.
2U0O " Paper Coliara (ull siaea).
501) do. do. Fancy.'
M " Heavy All Wool Shlits and Drawers.
6 Wiiite Iambs Woo:-" " "
12 " White Merino (Rib.) " " "
50 " Wool Gloves tlew" cost).
10 " Buff Gann Wts (a saperb article.
10 " Buck Gloves (lined).
The above were pnrihased before the advance ia
prices, and will i e sod accordincly.
HENRY O. CLAhK.'
Pollock st. next door to Adams Express Office.
Newbern. N. 0. 91
it iiAHF :
opposite the Turpentine Lii-tillHy,
Front street, v here coi.-unu;rs of oid, will fine a
good supply coii.-tanily 011 hand, at aecbeap retts''
us the Market atf- rl ....
P. S. Please call before nuichae.rt:? else-wn-'-rr.
TllfiJIAS E. DCI'l.KY
Newbern. Jun. 5, leti't. lmS2
I -V A V I I. W A J H 1
r a f v .
M Kit CHANT.
Court Infill Stieei. Nuit Yerk
Fi r tho sale of Cotton. Naval St'Tes, and all
soutiiein irodiuts. Refeirtii
T. K. Mniiiii, I'iei.iei!i tu-enn Bank, N. Y.
Moses Tnvl.ir Preeid nt City Bank, N. Y.
S. C Nele-n. Nvw be:n
Bile, Htuiulvn t Co., Newhsroi, 3nr?7