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g Southern Immigrant* Ia BniiU.
Nsw TonK, December 20.-Information
from Brazil has been received tli.at the
American immigrants, chiefly Southerners,
represented by Cot Wood. bj.selected a
.- ?ito for a town near ltagnora. There is
?expected a flow of immigration from the
late Confederate States.
Yljphtlng Betw?e? tia? Judiniu mid
SAN FRANCISCO, December 2G. ,-Jk.dvices
from Arizona represent coustai.Vghting
there between the Indians amt whites.
Twenty-eight soldiers sent out 1st No\?in?
ner are missing.
. - WASHINGTON, December 29.-It has been
stated that Gen. Grant is about to visit the
Bio Grande: Thia is not true, however, as
be will not extend his visit beyond New
Vor the first time, since tho surrender of
Lee's army, no pardon warrants were
.-issued by the Attorney-General to-day.
Very few applications aro now presented.
The President is energetically engaged in
disposing of all cases.
Gen. Talgar was, to-day, received by tho
President as Minister from Columbia. He
stated that his Government was solicitous
to foster and encourage friendly relations,
binding it to the Unitsd States. The Pre?
sident reciprocated the expressions of
friendship by him expressed.
Capt. Raphael Semines has arrived at
thc navy-yard under arrest.
The reports which reached here last
?vening of a riot at Alexandria between
the whites and negroes, in which five or
?ix on each side were killed, were greatly
.exaggerated. It now appears to have
been a free fight, both sides being to
blame, and both were severely punished.
Latest from Europe.
??xw YORK, December 27.-Tho steam?
ship City of Washington, from Liverpool,
13th instant, and Queenstown, 1-ith, has
arrived. Thc following is a summary of
the general nows:
Governor Eyre, of Jamaica, has been
suspended from the exorcise of Ids func?
tions pending the official inquiry into the
recent insurrection, and Sir Henry Slorr
'.?W been appointed, temporarily, in his
THE PRINCE OJE WALES AND. HTS
SISTERS.-A London correspondent
On tho Lord Mayor's day, the
Prince of Wales' twenty-fourth birth?
day .was celebrated by the firing, of
that number of. guns in St. James'
Park, the ringing of church bells in
London, and a royal salute in the
broad walk, Windsor ; also, illumina?
tions from disinterested tradesmen,
and dinners. The young mau him?
self, in company with his sulky-look?
ing brother-in-law, the Crown Prince
of Prussia, the Dukes of Cambridge
and Sutherland and others, devoted
themselves to a grand battue of
partridge slaughtering in the vicinity
o? Sandringham, followed by a ball.
? paragraph about his younger
sisters, who are a good deal admired
and talked of at present in this
nietufrpoVs. The Princesses Helena
and Louise unveiled a statue of their
deceased father at Bishops' Waltham,
on Tuesday last, when the spectators
were generally delighted by the grace,
dignity and personal attractions of
both young ladies. They are much
taller and of finer figure every way
than the married princesses, and
resemble the queen in a certain regal
manner of doing their* work with
dignity, yet without hauteur. They
were attended on the occasion by
Arthur Helps, Clerk of the Council,
author of "A History of America,"
"Friends in Council," ?e. ; also,
brick-maker at Bishops' Waltham, in
conjunction with Arthur Kingsley
and Theodore Martin, who have ad?
ventured ?30,000 in the business and
employ two or three" hundred people.
Mr. Helps seemed to be a great
favorite with the young princesses,
who lunched with him and his part?
ners in tho ia oat friendly style, and
afterward listened to an amateur con?
cert. Only "yesterday these young
ladies were qhildren, now they are
women. Your fair readers may be
^^^l^^uthe information that the
?frc no crinoline, and that
|Kc spectator pronounced
Counting Home Cltkndar for 1866?
GENERAL JOE HOOKER.-A soldier,
however brave he may be, can't fight
everything successfully. So with
' 'Fighting Joe. ' ' Paralysis has made
sad work with his fine physical frame
and handsome face. One whole side
of his body has lost its vitality, and
hangs nabbed and loose, like a wilted
weed. Palsy has made good claim
on one-half of his person. 7_tow long
before it asserts its power over the
whole, time alone must determine.
[ Oin Ctn natI Enq xi iver.
The Dutch Ambassador at Washin g
ton has made a piteous appeal for an
increase of pay, on the ground of the
increase of the cost of living in this
country, stating that he is so hard up
he is obliged to give up his establish?
ment and take lodgings over a bar?
ber's shop, but the Government of
the Netherlands have refused his
THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS.-It
is proposed to celebrate thc anniver?
sary of the battle of New Orleans on
the 8th of January, in New York,
with more than usual spirit. Gen.
Sanford has been invited to order a
parade of the first division of the
National Guard, and thc Tammany
Society will give a dinner in the
HANDSOME PRESENT.-Ile v. Dr.
w, pastor of the Brick Church in
XTew York, having attain
Mr. "H. Lyon," a radical, writes
from the South that "severe punish?
ment must bs meted out to all dis
loyality. " "We hope that he will get
"the lion's share."-Prentice.
Thc Georgia Legislature has passed
a joint resolution stating that Presi?
dent Johnson has been magnanimous
in his treatment of the people of that
Gen. Watson Webb, of New York,
United States Minister to Brazil, has
resigned his post, and is now on his
Dttring the past season five hundred
marino disasters occurred on the
lakes-a number nearly double the
averago for the last five years.
By ono mail, last week, H. B.
Clafin & Co., the New York dry goods
merchants, received 1,500 letters.
A man was killed in a lager-beer
room in New York, by having the end
of an umbrella stuck in his eye.
A clergyman named Townsend
committed suicide in Wilton. Me.,
on Thanksgiving Day.
The Sisters of Mercy have estab?
lished a Convent in Bangor.
PORT OF CHARLESTON, DEC. 20.
Drip; Cyclone, Partridge, Turk's Island.
Sehr. Wenonap, Tall, Baltimore.
Sehr. David Faust, Lord, New York.
Sehr. Louisa Crockett, Crockett, New York.
IN" THE OF?TNG.
A ship unknown, Br. barks David McNutt
and Sea Queen, and a schooner.
AMAN to go in the country, one mile
from Gadsden, on the South Carolina
Railroad, to act. as NIGHT WATCHMAN
on a plantation. Coed references required.
Apply to Mr. BATES, at Shiver A- Beck?
ham's. *' Jan 2 1
True Brotherhood Lodge No. 94.
A A REGULAR communication of
^AN^this Lodge will ho held THIS EVEN
/V\ING, 2d inst., at 7 o'clock, at Odd
Fellows' Hall. Rv order of thc W. M.
Jan 2 1 T>. 1'. MCDONALD, Sec'v,
THE large and commodious two
J^story DWKLLINt; on the corner of |
Lumber and Marion streets, Opposite the
.Methodist Church. Tho house contains
ms, including the basement. There!
A List of Letters
REMAINING in tho Post Office, Colum?
bia, S. C.. January 1, 1866.
Persons calling for * letters in this hst
wi? plcaso say, "They are advertised."
Ailsov, servant J. H. Jones, Miss C
Chappell, Jones, G H
Adams, Hugh Kav, W
Anderson, Richard Kahn, A
Anderson, R B Kaglcr, Miss H
Anderson, Miss C 2 Kerr, W C
Anderson, Charles Kent, Miss F
Anderson, Miss W Ketehum, C
Allen, Dr Thoa A Kirby, R M
Avery, E T Lane, Mrs J
Anglev, Noah Laurence, S
Allen, Thos C Lever, Mrs G W
Arledge, Mrs A Le viator, J
Aurthar, Miss E Lefort, V L
Butler. Scerrett fi Lowndes, Mrs W
Butler, Love, R B
Bourke, John Loomis, J B
Boggs, W Leland Lovd, L
Boozer, H t? Lord, Mrs E M
Brown, Mrs M J Marsh, J S
Brooks, J H Marshall, J
Brudkoy, Frederick Maurice, S W
Bryce, Alex Miller, Jos
Bruce, Richard Miller, L
Braids & Rowers, Miller, R D
, Lackman, Jane Michael, Miss L
Burton, Wm Miles, C R
Burbank. Mrs D L Middleton fe Co, C
Burke, Miss Tassio Mooro, H J 2
Bowers, Miss Eugene Mood, Miss A
Carroll, Mrs A Mordecai, 11)
Campbell, Mrs S A Morrella, J B
Coulter, J C Murphy, Mrs Anna
Clinch, Mrs S H Mvcrs, Mrs E
Clark. Mrs Kate 2 McGuire, B
Connelly, Mrs Mary McKain, Miss J
Cowers, Miss Hattio McKee, W B
Cooper, Miss Nancy McLaurine, Misa B
Conner, Miss J M McLure, E C
Conley, Miss M L McLenna, E W
Chevos, Mrs CM 9 Northrop??, Mrs R C
Charlotte, G L Nowell, John L
Cambel, Cold Norton, A C
Chateaux, Richard O'Niell, Mrs S
Cochran, Clarence Poisal, Rev John,
Cummings, Mons 1' care J M Duncan.
Coulter. .Tas M Plumer, Miss M J
Curry, Jas 2 Pearlstin, J M
Cowchey A Co, Mess Pickering, A B
Carmon, Monsieur Reilly, Mrs B
Croft, Randall Roane, A
Davis, Peter Rodman, C E
Davis, J C Rose, A B
jDuglas, Jos Rogers, Wm
tfhinoine, Robert F Rogers, R ^^""H
Jftodd, Berry RobertsoinS|^"EB
Sickert. Dr'D A Scward^jjM
Mavis, Mrs G W Scott^Bj
?jobbins, Miss Ki-ujO
AsTolbrecht, J ('
jUa erich, M ^fli
By Francis Lance & Son.
WILL be sold THIS DAY, 2d January,
at ICU a. m., at the residence on Senate
street, opposite Dr. Shana's Church,
A variety of Household Furnitiire, oou- .
sisting of Bedsteads, Bureaus, Chairs,
Washstands and numerous other articles. .
Unlimited articles received u? to hour of
sale._Jan 2 afcg2*
By Darbee & Walter.
WE will sell, at our mart, THIS DAY, al
o'clock, the following articles, closing
out the lot of goods left on consignment,
consisting of :
Furniture, Mattresses, Crockery, Cook?
ing Stoves and Utensils, Glassware, Shoes,
Flannels, Segars, Lamps, Candles, Tea,.
Blankets, Picture?, Books, Clocks, Soaps,
Starch, Mackerel, Sardines, Ac.
2 Buggies and 5 Wagons. _ Jan 2 1
WA. HARRIS, Agent to Purchase or
. Sell Real Estate. Prompt attention
given to any business entrusted to his
care. Office fr t the present, at his resi?
dence, corneVVBcrvais and Bull streets.
Columbia, 8. 4? ?_ Dec. 3
Gold ?$e---7,0?0 Acres.
THIS splentl GOLD MINE, in the
shape of ai,"feultura.l and turpentine
LAND, is situated on both sides of the
Waterce River, 20 miles from Columbia
and about 10 from Camden, heavily tim?
bered, of virgin growth. An energetic
purchaser could make the property pay the
instalments as they maturer, besides a hand?
some additional dividend. Apply to
W. A. HARRIS, Land Agent,
Dec 30_Columbia, S. C.
FOR SALE OR RENT, -
j. A DWELLING HOUSE, cc
fput eight rooms, situated two mUjB
<B!ULColumbia, on th* Carndg^B
the premises are a carrM^MlWBBlwffl
barn and all neees^^fl