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. LAUSES A ALEXANDHB will sell at 10 o'clock,
.4 their store, bama, shoat'?rs, tko.
8. A A. P. &LDWEXJ. will sell st 10 o clock,
?t their store. Vo vi a. ons, As.
Hawai COMA & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, st
their's tor*, batter and hams.
JOHN G. Mruroa A (Ja will sell st 10 o'clock,
at their store, dry gooda. Ac.
; Knox DALI t Co. will sell at lOo'clock. al
ihair store, Lou-ehold furniture, tko.
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ORDINATION_Un bunday ni chi last Ber.
Jfr. Girard eau ordained the foll, win g named
eo'ored men as Alders ol the Zi< n Pr?sbite
I xian Church: Piul Treaoott, Sm. Robinson,
Wm. Price, Wm. Spencer, J. morrison, ?nd
Jobi Warren. j _
" CBAHOEStiN THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT-Dr.
E. H. Betters bas resigned the pose iou of City
Physician of Health District No. 8. and Dr. B.
Lobby, Jr.. has been Appointed in hi? place.
* Dr. Radinsky has been appointed tor Health
District No 4 vice'Dr. T. G Simons, who sr
sames charge of the city hospitals.
NOT Taus.-The report baring been circa
Isled that Presideot McCabe , requested the
escort of the polios for the dubs on Saturday
last, we ta e pleasure in stating tbst the re
sport is entirely without truth. Ur. McCabe,
bke every other true citizen, did not see the
necessity of au escort ot polios, and did not
desire ii nuder ?o^cireomat anees.
PARADE or Naoao M HIT ART COUP AM BS -
The Delaney B flo Q narda, and the Lino a
Light Infantry, two co.ored military compa?
nies, wont oo ? maroon yesterday morning to
Qibbea' Farm, where ? flag waa presented to
Che former comp?ny by B. C, DeLargo. Per
traploiy orders were issue J by Mayor Pi'la
bory for the oom Denies to disband before
re ?ohing the etty proper.
Tn Wiwits' HOME. -We have been re?
quested to warn our cuixena against the ?cs
of some impostors, -?bo are soliciting sub?
scriptions in the name ot Mr? Snowden, the
president of the Widows' Home. No one ia
astfcensed to m?ke "oUectKos in that mme.
' In duo tone the board of control propose o
appoint a proper person to collect the yo.ny
* subscriptions, but or this doe notice will be
given, ?nd the name of the person appointed
Viii be published.
MEETING or THR Corrow AHD BIOS FACTORS.
At the mt e tin g of the faotorc, held st noon
yesterday, s committee of two were appointed
to examine the proceedings of prenons meet?
ings and the reports ot committees, ?nd pre?
pare a statement, to be presen ed to tbe Cham?
ber of Commeroe ?nd the Board ol Trade. Ar?
rangements bsvo been made with the under?
writers ?rd wharf owners by which ? reduction
in the rates ot insurance and wharfage waa ef?
fected. The factors were of the opinion that
by this r?duction a large amount of business
vould be transacted, and ?Jbatlesto? enabled
to eompete more favorably with her stB'er
-cities o. memorial has been prepared and
?will be presented to Council to night, in wbiob
-it is shown that the taxes imposed on cotton
?nd i ice in ibis city are iu excess of those paid
in either Atlantic ports, and \ ill, if insisted
upon, tend to divert the trade from Charles?
ton, and cause hor to lose not only the taxes,
"bun tue profits derived from otner sources,
wbiob ?re participated m by every branch ol
CHINESE lannoBA -toy -Tne following is an
extract of a letter received from a highly re?
.re? peo'able p anter residing near Grahamville,
M. C., by bis factors in this city:
QetU -men-1 saw iu IHE CHARLEST N
?MEWS, U few d<ys uga, a uotice thai a ur. J. -
aeoli was in Cnsilo-ton making arraiigem nts
to import vjtiiuuau laborer?, I supp >se '.efore
February next. Wdl you very mu h ooline me
sky engaging thirty of chem tor me at price,
for good iaxiu movxere, Mo; exceeding one
Moored dollars per year, and for five years if
possible one or two to sp-.ak English. Wo
cannot get about here the one-hfteeoth part of
?he labor we a.?d before tue war; and our lands
are a mere waste. I have open laadi enou?h
to employ three hundred obuiese,snd if ail were
-cultivated would yield ?welve huudrcd or fifteen
hundred balea cotton, besides three ot four 1
^thousand bushels noe. 'A.wo hundred bu hela 1
rios and t*en<y or twenty-five bales co ti on,
and como six na..drud bushels corn, will oover
?ll that will this year be harvested from tti< se
lands 1 And from ten miles abc vu here to the
seaboard-thirty-five mi I es-there is Hoarcely
one planter, it ?ny. ss weit uff as m*sal? lex
.Sept, of ooaree, ihe few planters of rios oo i de
ia nd?. 1 bare no doubt but tost mose of tne
planters would bs willing to give the us*? of i
one-half or two-thirds of .hour lands to have
therbaljnce wi ll cultivated tor them. lu a lew
7eara more, unless a great change takes p ace,
'Planting will stop altos- .ti. er in this seetion.
I am obliged to. plant the poorest ot my lands, \
neat my.residence, to secure my crop from ?
theft. 1 don't expect to be able to save over '
three-fourths from the shops, with all the vig i- '
Janee that Lean use. i
OUR HAVANNAH GUESTS.
STILL LARGER OUTPOURING OP THE CTTT
WITH THE MAYOR.
Arrangement? tor Ute Game-The Mili,
ta ry on Hand-TDe Game-Pall Re?
port ot* tne Inning?-Otaciavl Seor?*.
Previous Gamea-K nt ti ns la st ie u . -
THE TRIP TO MOUNT PL BASANT TO-DAT.
The members of the two elabe arose early and
were gratified to Snd every prospeot of a fine
day for the game. After re .ding TH? NEWS,
aud thereby being put in good humor with
themselves and the rent of mankind, they par
t ok of breakfast, after which they sallied out
and amused themselves in every conceivable
manner until about one o'clock when they re?
assembled at the hotel and partook of dinner.
Then there was strapping on of outlandish
shoes with spikes in them, and shifting of
plam citizen's clothing for the serviceable uni?
forms of their respective dubs.
At two o'clock three omnibuses arrived. In
one iran piaeed the b,ud, tliti Carolina and Sa?
vannah mnes m tho other*. They were then
These, as heretofore stated, were at the foot
of Broad-street, and moioaed with a rope. In?
side of the rope, at short intervals, were sta?
tioned a small force ol police, armed lath their
Winchester r ile*. Inside of this cordon of
sentinels roundsmen pa'rolled. These 'sen* i
nels bad orders not to permit any one to come
inside ot the ropes without the permission of
the committee appointed for that parp?se. A
short distance from the grounds the maia
body of the police, ander Captain Hendricks,
waa stationed. Two companies of United States
i af?n: ry, ander Major Ogilsby, were at the
Guardhouse to be on hs nd in case (herr services
wen needed. The arrangements for the pre?
servation or order were porfeot. and daring tbe
entire day there was not, we are gratified to
?tate, the Ieaa dis tor banoo.
At the western side of the grounds two tenta
were pii ched for the nae of the members of the
clubs. On the opposite side of the grouud
was another tent, de > o ted to the scorers of the
A Ctnftresce tr ?tn tase Mayor.
So general were toe apprehensions of a dis?
turbance that about noon a body of prominent
eitiaeus numbering about fifteen, called opon
Mayor Pillsbary at his office, with a view of co?
operating with hun in the preservation of the
pnblio peace. They were courteously received.
The Hon. J. B. Campbell and the Hon. A. G.
Magrath briefly stated the main object of the
visit. They alluded to the feverish state of
feeling that prevailed in the community, grow?
ing oat of the exciting events of Saturday
evening, and urged upon the Major the pro?
priety of avoiding so manifest a provocative to
an outbreak as might be given by the presence
of an armed. force an the ground where the
match game wac to be p:ayed. They earnestly
counselled such a modification of the pohoe
arrangements as might at least keep any body
ot armed men out of sight of the clubs. If
this' course were taken they vrere willing to
pledge themselves that no violation of the
peace should occur. %
The Mayor said in reply that as the execu- '
ti ve ol'tbe city government he could not relin?
quish his right and responsibility in the mat?
ter m .'be preservation of the peace to any
body of citizens, however good their intentions
or however great their influence. Ho then
briefly reviewed the tacts of the riot of the
26th ult., viewed from his stand-point, and
the evenrsThat preceded and led to the excite?
ment of Saturday, defending his own action
throughout. He suggested tbat if the gentle?
men then pr?s? nt md seeu fi? to use their in?
fluence to prevent tho second invitation to the
Savannah club, the object which they had so
moon at heart, viz., the preservation of the
peace, would have been mach more sorely and
easily attained. TD craclaaion, fae mentioned
tfae police arrangements which had been made,
and which bad been communicated to the
clubs. These arrangements bad been decided
upon after serions and sober consideration,
and be could ace no good reason why they
should be changed
A long discussion ensued; Messrs. C mpbcll,
Magrath, Rutledge, Topper, Gourdin. Walker
and others, pressing the withdrawal of the
armed police, at least fi om public view. The
Mayor, however, was immovable. Finally be
said that the taunts of -the public prints as to
his being "powerless" to maintain order, bad
made it a matter of pude with him to show
that tho oity authorities could and would e^
force the laws. He, therefore, politely bat pos?
itively declined to folio.v the counsel which
bad been offered. As tbe vi su ors were about
to withdraw, the Mayor added diet mo ly, ihat
inasmuch as certain colored compauies had
been parading daring the morning in the up?
per part ol tbe city, he would state that he bad
sent positive orders tbat they should at once
disband above Shepherd-street and disperse to
Wnen the clubs arrived ou tbe ground, about
ball-past two o'clock, there were pre ent about
three hundred whites and not more thaD fony
negroes. The crowd of citizens rapidly in?
creased, and by the time tbat the first innings
was well underway there were fully twenty-fivo
hundred. The negroes did not as semblo in
large numbers at any ime during tbe game;
the largest number present at auy one time,
hi duding boys and females, could not have
been more than four Luau red. No citizeu ?ho
bas the mi crest of bis State and city at heart
could look apoo that assomblige, composed
as it ?as of tbe young, the m ddle?-iged. und
toe old men of all classes of society, without
feeling proud of it-proud that tbere was such
an on*pouring of the people to see that the
RUCHIS of the city ghoul I not be insulted. As
an instance "f the enthusiasm of all classes
m reg i rd to this matter, we would state what
occurred among the employees of both *he
South Carolina and Northeastern Bttlroad
Companies. They demauJed t iuie to wunos?
the mitch game o! baso bili, but were refused,
although they expresse i their willingness* to
bave their pay deduc el. Then anxiety to un
present at the game overcame ail other rou?
pies, and all work waa stopped atl P. M.
The game was called ai 2:40 P. M., tbe Sa?
vannah Clab winning tbe toss, aa i sending
the Carolinas to the bat.
E Maguire iel off for tue Carolinas, with a
ball to a right field, and made bis see-on 1 b se
and stole home R. Touney, on a gronnder to 1
short Sold, made his fir..: and came homo OK a
passed bali. F. W. Meyer waa tbe first vic
rim. being put out o i foul fly by Flanders. 1
W. Hesliu followed and went out oo a toni
bound to Flanders. Two out lor tbe Carolinas.
J. ti. Houstou next took Ihe bat, and on a
grounder io short ?<?!J, made hii first ;tud
same home on aa o?er bruit to Schaler. S. i
McNelty, on a ball to abor fie d made bis first i
and eame home on a passed ball. D. J. :
foubey made his first on a grounder, and bis
third ou a passed bali, c im.ng home on l
Boyce's etrike. J. P. Boyce, who next took I
bold, sent a fit e ball to ?eft field taking bis i
second, and was brought safely borne by i
Sob ?cht?. E. F. Bc nach te, on a grounder
short field, made his first, and on i
overthrow by Flanders, made his thu
oomi? ir safely borne on a passed ba
Maguire again took tbe bat and reached fa
first on a low grounder to short, coming hon
safe on R. T ou.bev's strike. R. Touhey max
his socond a fly to left and was brought boa
by Heyer, who made his first on a fine ball i
centre field, bnt wea left on bis second by He
lin, who again fell a victim, being put out i
first by McNelty. Carolina's score 9 mus. <
ti. Kimball took up the bat for tho Savannah'
opening with a flue ball to right, upon whioh t
m ?de 1rs first. W. F. May oame bold
to the pcratoh. but wa-? fak<?n in by Heslin r
a fuit bound. J. B. Flanders was stopped i
first by Schachte. McNuIty made his first on
ball to centre, brought Kimball borne, at
came home himself on a passed ball. E. I
Beard was done for by Schachte at first. St
vannah's score 2 runs. Game standing, Car
linas 9; Savannahs 2. There was no thin
marked in the batting or fielding in this ii
Houston led otf for tbe Catolinas, and wi
decapitated by McNuIty at first. McNelty aa:
took the bat, and oo a ball to right field mat
his first. D. fou h ey, on a low grounder to le
field, made his first, and sent MoNelty to set
ou d. Boyce was put out on a foul by F hinder.
Sobtohce, on a well delivered and heavy Btltok
to left field brou; ht McNelty and D. Tou.be
borne and took his third. Maguire made hi
first on a grounder to short stop, whic
wa9 badly fielded, arid came homo OD
paused boll by Flanders. R. Toubey, o
a good fly to left, made his first, an
we ut to third on a passed balL Meyer strae
to centro malting his first, and remained tber
with B. fouhoy on third, Heslin being put on
at-first by McNu?ty-4 runs. Meid inger, o
the Savannahs, thea stepped up, ?ud, ou i
flue fly to right field, made a home run, tb
first of tbe game, ttosignal was stopped a
first by Schachte. Schafer made bis first, ant
waa broagut homo by S?.urtevant oa a line ball
Sturtavantmiking hia second and coming hom
ou a passed ball. Kimball was next ia and wa
pal oat at second by B. Toohey. May pat a bal
tosbort io handsome style, taking bis first
passed to his third oa a passed ball, and oom
mg home on Flander's strike. Flanders
MoNulty and Beard each scored a run. Neid
linger was left at first, Resignal being pu
out on a foul by Heslin-7 Boas. Sc jr ce
Caroliiras, IS. Savaanabi, 9.
THIRD is rasas.
Houston again took tbe bat for the Caroli?
nas, and, on a good grounder to left field
made his second, and went to third on a pass?
ed ball. MoNelty was taken at secoad bas?
on a very pretty left-handed ea ch by Beard,
Une out. 1>. Touhey, on a fi oe fly to centre,
brought'Houston home and made his second,
coming home eu an overthrow by Flanders.
Schachte put a neat fly to May. which he f ailee
to bold. Schachte took his first, crept round
to third, Aud was brought home by Maguire,
who male his first, and carno home on an over?
throw. B. Toohey was allowod to take bis first,
on a muff by Beard at loft field. Meyer, Hes?
lin. flous toa and McNelty each made a ian.
D. Tpabey was torced from hui base by Boyce
and put oat at secoad. Boyce made a ruo,
?cu?cate being left ou third by Maguire, wbo
was put oat ut first-ll runs. Schaler took
hold, for the Savannah beys, making a run, and
was followed by Kimball and Mav, who did
ditto-8turtevant, Beard and Resignal falling
.vic'ims. McNuIty and Flanders were left on
the bases-3 runs. Score-Carolinas, 24; Sa?
Up to this time the game had ru" in favor
of tho Carolinas, who were in high glee and
seemed to have things all their own wa>. This
put the Savannah bays on their mettle, and
they mide up their minds to havo another
shake for it. The san was very bright, which
interfered with the operations of the fielders.
This had maoh to do with the occasional muffs
that were made.
R. Toohey and Heslin were the only players
who scored runs in this urning; Meyer being
put out at second, Houston and B. Toubey at
first. MoNalty was left on bis secoud-2 runs,
Schafer then opened the ball for the Savan?
nahs. He came to grief on a fly to Maguire,
<nd Sturtevant struck out. Kimball, May,
Fenders aud M?Naljj $a,?fc scored, Bear.' re
Cri'rd ^litigated affliction, being put out at
first 4 runs. Score-Carolina?, 26; Savau
FIFTH Dt SINGS.
Bo vee, of the Carolinas, made his first, but
was out out on bis second by Kimball, who
muffed Schachte's ball, s i giving him. bis first
base. Benachie was brought safely home oy
(uagoire, who took bis first OD a low ball to
short, and came home ou a passed hall. R.
Toubey was neatly taken on tho fly by Kimball.
Two oat Meyer made his first, but was
stopped at third, leaving Heslin on first
base-2 rune. The Savannah boys were
now wide awake. Neidlinger took bis first on
turee strikes, sad came home on a passed
ball. Resignal and Sturdevant did better,
aud each made his first, being brought home
by May. Schafer came to grief on a loni by
Heslin, Kimball do. ou first by Schachte, and
McNuIty do. do. by 8cbachte May and Fland?
ers were left on tbe bases-3 runs. Soore
Carolinas, 28. Savannahs, 19.
The Carolines came in, but went out on tbe
one-two-tbroo order. Heslin and Houston
were put t u on second, and McNelty the same
on S foul fi/ .0 NCtvL.iigCi. No rua;; I The
whitewashing innings, (the only one io the
gani") of tun Carolinas cheered the hearts of
the Ci o-eia boye, an3 they wen? to the borne
base with new p.nck. Beard led off wii b a bait to
right field, making bis first and coming borne
b.\ N iidiinger. Rosiguul, Schafer, Kimball and
Flanders each soured a run. McNuiiy made
a home run, whicb was greeted with cheers.
Bear t and Neidlinger each scored twice; while
Sturtevont fell ou a foul to Hesliu, May at
hrs. bj ?chachto. and R 'Signal .it homo base
9 mas. Sc u-e-Carolin is, 28. ?avaunaba,
28. 1 he announcement of the score caused
gieat Cheeimg. Alt bunds wero ready tor a
longa fight. Tba sun was sink mr, and the
weather as pleasant ".s Idough it wero m ado
to order. N JW was expected to com.' tho tug
lim Carolinas tnu;ii|?D. lonbey, who was
stopped on fi> et by Hcr?ultV. Boyeo next
took tue bat and made a home run. Schachte,
Maguire, H. Touhey, Meyer, U shu, Houston,
McNelty each made a rc . Boyce was finely
taken ou a fou. fl? by S < inger, and Schachte
was lake J on a fly by B. -sj at left field. This ?
was a haudeomd ca1 ch-8 mos. The Savan?
nahs thea ioo& tueir turu, ibo following runs
bei.ig scored: Schafer, 4; Kimball. 4, lu
eluding a home rou; Flanders, 3; May,
1; McNuIty, 3 including a home run; <
B aid 2; Neidlinger, 9; Resignal. 2 one j
ot tuem being a ciear heme ruu; Stur- <
tevuut 4. Bf. rd struck out. Rosignal was \
put o?r at first, aud McNuitv out on strik"B
Ku is '?0. Score-Uurounaa 96; Savannahs 07.
lu tjl.r aualiO i Of this turning of the teb' is,
it in i y be mentioned that tue fielding of the ?
UuroU?aS in this inning was very loose, no /
aouvity being displayed.
Up to ibe seventh innings the Carolinas 1
played much better than at the last mat J h with 30
tho Savannah cub. Had they held ap and n
played as well a* they did daring the first six *
innings, ihey ceuld net have been badly beaten, A
The Sa vanni h cl ab played fully ap to the mark
ti the last match, particularly during the last
innings, 'ih re were no especially noteworthy
points in the game outside of those already
The following is the official score:
O R. 0. E.
Kimball, p.2 8 Maouire.s. s.i g
May c f.2 7 louhey, K. 2b....l 5
Flanders, c.1 6 Meyer, r 1.3 2
McNnhy, 2b.2 7 Heslin. 0.4 3
Beard, lb.4 6 HouBton, cf.s 4
Neiiiinarer. 3b.0 7 McNeity Lf.2 4
Bosicnal. s. s.5 4,Touhey, u , 8i.3 3
Schafer, r.f.2 7| Boyce, p.3 4
Sturtevant, L l.3 6,Schachte. lb.1 6
Total.21 ?7? lotal./.2l 36
lnni?gt.,...| 1 | 2 | 3 I 4 | S | C | 7 j 'Jotai
Savannah.I 2 I 7 I 3 I 4 j S 1 'j |29
Carolma. 9 | 4 |ll | 2 | 2 0 8
Umpire-Mr. J. J. Blake, of Alert Ba?e Ball Club.
> corers-Mess > W. H Turner, of havannah Bs
Bail Club: C. F. Tupper, of Carolina Base Ba 1 Club.
Piles caught-Kimball, 1; Beard, 2; Maguire, I;
bcNulty. 1. Flies missed Kimball, 1; May, "
Beard, 2; schaler, 1; startev int, i; Maguire. .
Mo er, 1; Bon-toa, 1; Schachte, 1. Fools . truck
Kavanosh. 34; Carolina, 19 Home rans-Kimball,
1; Mc Nulty, 1; Ros i gn si, 1; Boyce, 1. Balls called
havannah. 9; - arolina, IB. P?s-ed balls-va' annan.
19; Carolina, 13 Time of gama-3 h oar rt 0 minutes
Qa rae played on Carolina grounds. Date, August 16,
Return to the Hotel.
Just as the sun conoluded to cease looking
at the game, and in a most unclever manner
disappeared, the game was called and a simul?
taneous rush of the crowd was made towards
the umpire and scorers to ascertain the re.
salt. This was announced, and thies cheers
and a tiger for the Oro lina Club were proposed
and given with a will by the Savanntbs, which
the Carolinas returned with equal heartiness.
Three cheers and tigers were then given for
the cities of Savannan and Charleston. Tho
thiee omnibuses were then ordered up and
the band and clubs placed in them. The band
commenced to play as they moved off, and
continued until their arrival at the hotel.
They were followed the entire way by
the citizens who walked on the sidewalks,
while about three uundred negro men, women
and children. rasf in the middle of tue street,
now cheering for the band and then for the
Savannah Club. Along the route, which was
np Broad and Meeting streets, the ladies and
gentlemen sainted the clubs with waring
of handkerchiefs and other manifestations of i
debght, which were returned by cheer after
cheer from the members in and on top of the
Arriving nt the Hotel,
Three cheers and a tiger were proposed by
President McCabe for the Savannah Club.
These aud more were given, when Mr. G. C.
Kimball proposed tbree for tho Carolina Club,
which were given, and, on motion of Captain
George Tupper, tbree times three cheers were
given for Georgia. The band was then cheer?
ed, and the assemblage, or rather as many of ?
them as could be packed in, went into the
vestibule, when, in lesponse to repeated calls
for "Dixie," the band played it, sud followed
it with the "Bonnie Blue Flag," the cheers
which greeted these favorite tunes oft drown?
ing the music.
After the band had played several tones, the
throng gradually dispersed, the members of
the dubs to their rooms to pr?pare for the
supper. Tully had been requested to prepare
Ibis buppor at the Vigilant Engine H ou -e, but
it was afterwards decidod that it should be
spread at the Charleston Hotel, Mr. Jackson,
the proprietor, kindly placing the ladies'or?
dinary at the eervice of the elah] for this pur?
At half-past nine o'clock the clubi. and in?
vited guests wero farmed ia hue by President
McCabe, and arm inarm tb? memoera marched
iuto the supper roora, where a bountiful sup?
ply of liquids and solids awaited to be devoured.
President McCabe gave tne signal to fall lo,
which was done without further orders. After
some little time had been spent in this pleasant
manner, President McCabe, with a few remarks
presented the champion ball to the .savaunah
Club. President May received the ball in
behalf of the Savannah Club, and tendered
their thanks for the hospitable reception and
kind treatment generally received at thu hands
-f tho Carolina Club and the citizens of
Loud calls were made for Mr. Kimball, wbo
responded m a short speech, thanking the Ca?
rolina Ciuk and the citizens for their ovation
to the Savanuab Club, and in the name of the
S?7;Z2:lli Clnb and the citizens of Savannah
inviting the Carolina Club to visit tho Forest
City at an early day, when they ?Ottld try IQ
ibow by deeds the gratitude they felt for the
treatment they had received.
Be m ar bs were afterwards made bv Mr.
Schachte, Major Willis, and others, and the
issemblage dispersed ota late hour, after hav?
ing spent a most delightful evening.
The clubs will spend tbe day at Mount
Pleasant. In the afternoon there will be a
friendly game. Tbero will be various other I
imnsem?nts and the time will bs spent most
pleasantly. The hour for leaving the city is
The Savannah Clnb will leave for home on
.he steamer Dictator ibis evening.
Subjoined aro the scores of the four games
icreiofore plaved between the clubs of < harles
on and Savannah. Savannah bas won three of
hu five games which bare thus far been played,
[f the totals ot the five games oe added, it will
tie seen that they toot up one hundred and
)eventv-8"vcn for Savanoah aud one hundred
ind Sixty-five for Charleston.
TUX FIRST GASTE
?Vas played in Savanuab, 011 tbe 4th of Joly,
1868, between the Alert Clnb, of Charleston,
ind the Forest City Club, of Savanuab
Easton, s. ?.2 3
?ch chte. lb.2 3
I uolii-, ?il.4 2
Joyce, p.3 1
?iako r. f.1 1
?ooke. I t.2 S
V.illao\3 .4 1
;outliti, c. f.ti
WI son, lb.3 3
y.lmb*ll p.1 4
. ll, s. s.S i
.lr'tnlty. io.1 4
1 D u.ild, r.0 2
V" li tu .11 c. 1.2 3
1 .s.oy, I f.4 3
otftly, r. t.5 2
cuifrr. 3u.l 4
To?al .27 27
Inning: ..' 1 | 2 | 3 j 4 | 6 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 (Tot il
forest i;ity. I s I 0 1 1 I ?fl O l * I 3 I 7 I 0 I 27*
ilort... ". I J I J j 01 <> hi I i I i I i I 11 IC
Pli<?eau-ht-Kom<4div: Wimou, I; Kimball l;
Jell, 1; * er : K mou. 3; -Obacht* 2; *t nibs, >
Val uno. L Fou Ula-MuDoaaid, of . o est t ny
I; HV?ltn, of tbs ?lort. 3. Satenesoa stroki'-Be?
IL, of tho -Uti 3 Home TUNS-MeMu ty, ol lie
'ore*t City, 1. -corers-!r. L beard, tor Foreal
,i,y; P L. Huffy, tor Al? it Umpire- Wm. A
?v?uis. Fx ?lnior, of KruOklyn, New York. Time of
?au.e-2 li.mrs, 15 iurou.es
THE SECOND GAME
iVas played between the Forest City Ciub and
he Alert Club, in Charleston, on the 8ru of
leptemb r, 1868 :
DoNaitv, 2b.8 :
r. ?tu,.m, 1. r.4 i
IrOonald, M.3 'i
leard, 3b.0 4
triven c.I 3
Iritfl i, rt.l 1
ell. s..1 3
iaston s ?.T 2
lesllu, C.6 2
'.os c r..s 1
c achte lb.8 0
onk in, 1.1.$ 3
.(..bu*, to.5 2
ila heWH; 3 J.4 4
Joice, p.4 4
.ockwsed, rf.4 3
Jhathst..I 1 i 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I 6 I 7 |TotaI
iirest<aif...'.T.r. I a 1 0 I 5 I w j 11 3Y4 , 1?
,le t.j 6 j.2 |I9 I 6 j 6 I 4 I 1 I 61
Flies caught-Forost city: ?.cNulty, 1; Vcl.man,
: Melioni d, 2; Men : heston. i; 1:00k, 1; s?chaclne,
; Ueelm. 2. F ies miesed-stabbj, of the Alert 1;
f tho forc-t City: e?iulty 1; McDonad 2; V lt
1 Ait, 6; < o.qutt, 1; B-ai-d, 2; 1 raven, 1; Bel., 1
mis ?tro k-Alert, 21: Forest Oily. 18. Oat on
luis-Foro-1! cuy: McNulty, 3; May. I; Hoi). 1;
lett: taston, l; tteeliu, 1; Bo., ce, 1; Lockwood, 1,
'-eft on bases- Forre.t City: Grilla. Ii Oolquitt, 2;
*?y1; Alert: Stubbs, 1 PM Md bella-Or?v?n of
forest City. \i; Heslin, of Alert, 10. Hame rant
STcNul ty, of Forest City, 2
THE THIRD O AME
rYaa played on Christmas day, in Savannah,
jet ween the Forest Cir/ and Alert Glut?.
?aaton, 8. ..0
?udson, r. f.a
McNuIty. r. f.2
rnmngi....| 1 \ 2 | 3 | 4 | S | 6 | 7 | 8 [ j |Total
Fotest Oityl 6 I 1 I 0 7 I 4 I 7 118 i 1 | I i 42
alert.| 4 | 9 | 7 2 I 6 [ o | il | 3 | 3 I 45
Pcorf rs-O. N Winner, for the Alert; E. F. Bing
asm, tor the Forest city. Umpire-Andrew J. Peck
3i the Eagle Club of Hew York.
THE FOU H TH GAME
Was played on the 26th of Joly, 1869, in
Uharleston, between the Savannah Ciao, of
Savannah, and the Carolina Club, of Charles?
Flanders, e. s.2
b< hater, c. t.3
Dasher, p .6
Boniimal. 1. f..3
Nichols, r. t.3
Maguire, s. s.9
t?o jeton Cf..2
McNelty, I. f..9
Tonna j. p.3
rnmng*....\ l|a|3j4|?|d|7|8|9| loTl
Havannah..! S|3|0|8|0|9|2|3|S \~W
Carolina....| 3|2|o|6 2 2|l 2 017
Umpire-Mr. W. 0. Charlton, of -avanujb, Seo
rs rs-Mr W F. Bingham, of xuvannah ti. B Club,
and B. F. 1 upper, of carolina Pa?md bail- a
vannah 7; Carolina, 7. Booie rous-Egleaton, ot
Carolina. 1. Fly catcuca-savannah. 13; carolina, ii.
Missed catches- savannah. 13; Caro hus, 4. Time ot
game-I h jurs IS minutes.
Cunos.-A dispatch was received yesterday
by Messrs. James Adger k Co., from New
York, stating that the Manhattan waa past?
ing the Highlands at 3.80 P. M., bound in.
The 6tevard of a British bark, lying off Ben?
nett's Milla, received tbe ' compliment of a
black eye from the captain as a reward for in?
toxication. Complaint was made to Magistrate
Mishaw by the aggrieved steward, who vainly
endeavored to get his sailing papers quashed.
We learn that Messrs. Baveoel ? Co., ia con?
nection with Messrs. J. Adger ? Co., have
made a r?duction of twenty-five per cent, m
tbe freight from New Tork to this city, on
measurement and many other gooda. This
arrangement goes into operation by the steam?
ship leaving New York on the 14th.
Notwithstanding the general quiet that pre?
vailed yesterdav morning, mounted policemen
scoured the oity, and two companies of United
States infantry were brought from the Citadel
and safely sheltered in the Guardhouse, to be
on hand in case of a contingency. Their ser?
vices were not required, and Mayor Pillsbury
can now chew the bitter cad of reflection cn
There was a strong rumor OD Broad-street,
yesterday, that Governor Scott had telegraph?
ed from Washington to nave the match game
of base ball stopped.
MsBCAHriLz ParirTDio.-Ad kinds of mer?
cantile printing, such as circulars, letter heads,,
cards, bill heads, statements, ?kc, for count?
ing rooms and offices, promptly executed in
tho neatest style and at the lo vest rates for
cash, at TBB NSW? JOB OFFICE, NO. 149 East
MB. A. C. KAVWUW advertises for State
LIGHT BEADIXO FOB TBE WAUK WBATBBB.
Our friends in the country who desire to obtain
light reading for the warm weather, at strictly
popular prices, are referred to the advertise?
ment of Mr. C. C. Righter, the very enterpris?
ing and trustworthy King-street dealer in books
and periodicals of all kinds. His list will be
found to include something to sait ever? taste,
and it seems to us a marvel how he can afford
to send bis books by mail over the country,
postpaid, at the ridiculously low prices namei
Stjtrta ail /arHtstjinfl ($0009.
Gr K T
YUCK SHIRTS AT
TBE QBBAT DEPOT FOB
GENTS* FURNISHING GOOBS
LINEN ANO PAPER COLLARS
DRAWERS OF ALL QUALITIES
LINEN AND PAPER CUFFS
HOSIERY, IN COTTON ANO LISLE THREAD
NECKflE-i AND CRAVATS
UMBRELLAS Di GREA C VARIETY
Ac, Ac, Ac
8BIBTS rc-ai'y made ?nd made to order. Dlr-e
iona lor measurement **nt by mail.
Gentlemen'* Furnishing -tore,
Meefng-stre.'t, opuoslfc the Msiket
no. aw KI vt;-* TKUKT,
Oue door b low Market
IN PRICE* 0?
UNDER WE \R, Ac.
I VI VULHSI'i'V A ti lt I C t" b I tl H AL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
> GBICULI UR A L IM PL EME NTS, OAR DE i
E LEER BE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GE '. E. I1 INO lt EE.
Nc. 140 Mee.mg-strect, Charleiton.
Var . h 24 timo
jpOR BALING COTTON,
DILLON'S UNIVEB8AL WBO?GHr IBON
THIS FAVOBITE TIE MACE OF THE BE'T
qua'ity of iron, and possess advantages for the
?icoaomical ba li os of cotton most important to the
planter, merchant nd focor.
Por sale m lars? and small Io's iof a bundle) at re?
duced rates WTLLTAM BOICH. A CO.,
August 9 Imo A pm ts for sr u. h Carolina.
TjKKIV KD FA BI 1 li Y LARD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
Sf - Ask TQarGrotci Tor osr Brand Of
Lard in these Packages.
Packed tn 8 m. 5 lb. 10 lb Caddies: 60 m Cana for
shipment. Cheapest mode for selling Lard, fend
for Price List.
S old by Grocers in charleston.
MST W sac stathSmo
BMHZB, rm OUT,
71* rvfwf* KO AMSMR
wrai na ?sr
von aaa ?o nm
TA* Odgmal sad calv
Bsttabli Tato* aida,
It can be applied to
any Stair Bod, either
dtoand or Flat, and
.reventa its slipping
from its place.
Ask for the
Pitest Prep Filters,
men Wt ALL
AND BUY MO 0TUX&
BSASS ANS ZLTO
Per Hotels, Restaurants and Public BuUdJng?,
W. T. ? J. MCRSEREAU, 62 Duane St, N.Y
STABLISH E D, lH',
THE MABION CRE3CENJ.,
MARION, 8. C.
PUBLIA KED WEEKLY BY
A E. MCMILLAN, Proprietor,
TBE OBERENT, Bki>O THE POBCHASEB
and successor qt lbs old d'strtof paper, ia the oldest
I J?DH?t ta the eas ern part of tbe etat?.
1 he Orescent is tas o inda 1 a i viser ot Msrioa
The Crescent na* a large and grosrtog circulasion
among th? be t people of the Peedee Oountrv
the Crescent is the best advertising medium in
Always addie** CRESCENT,
Auguat IO_lom_Marlon, 8. C.
Til K STAK
SO?THEJtN BEAL ?flTAT? ADVERTISER.
As an advertis'ng medium, off TS mei ities to Mer.
chanta, Dru idsts, Maddulsts, Ac, of extending
ti cir busiue-3. nasurpassed bj any Southern
Its circulation is fa*t uecornlng general. Real
Estate aleuts, *nd parties int re -ted in the pircha?o
or ade of real estate tril And it to tbelr advantage
to consul' its col >mas and advertise therein as we
areefrocing arrangement* by which on:'pa; er will
circulate large.yamoog Northern cai tbilisi*.
Inform?t ion ten lin? to the development of oar
mineral, nunafectariag and ?(iricalrarsl resource
descriptive ot climate, soil. A -so.Idled and thank?
fully >eceived (rom any sectioo.
Terms cash. S3 a year; a copy pratts to anyone
sending six saosenbers; a CUD f ten, $2 SO each.
BaUs ol advertising huerai. Adir?s*
W. J. McKEKRALL,
Joly lt Marion., s c.
got: 1 H CA KULIN A KAILKOA1I.
GENERAL hOPBKIMENl/i.>,l> OHFlCfc.
? i ' n A BL t? Ton. b. 0., April 9, 1*69.
ON AND AFTER ??i DAX, APRIL lim, TB*
PA>S.... 5Ht 11? A 1NH of tb? south oarol.xa Baa
road will mr as follow* :
Leave Charleston.8.?C A. r
Arnve at Aopn?ta. 4.45 P. *
Co-'nectlDR with trains for Mont ornery, Metopbit
Vashville and ^ew Orleans, via Montgonien an
Leave Charlc-ton.?.ISO a. ii
.rr v? a' <'oin m uta.6.10 K Ai
'oiinectiuir with Wilmington as<) Manebe^ter R d
-oad, i?ir Camden trait
r Wt? "BA BT. F STOIC.
Leave Augusta. 0."u A. at
Arrive at ( harlett- a.alu !-. A?
Leure I'otliaiuin.7 45 A, V
Urtve st Charleston.,.6.A'> p. ,v
?ctii;si'? M.>BT EXl'ttfc.S!
SCJiniYS EXCI PTED.
t.f3v?- i!--arl<">iou. J.si v Y
Arrive ai '.uini-t.t.S.30 \. V
^otiiierfn ? indi 'nuns tor Afrruph's, S&>b-i"
turf tte? 'Orleans v ? ??I-JUI .ft?nc;iou
' eavH Miffn-t.i. . .I.SI i'. j
*n-:vo " Cha liwtuti. .A. '.
.:OU UKI* M(.?Ki 1 SPBCS
f.fl?Vt- Charleston .M P. V
.rm. it . Imuii.a.s.-'.5 . ?
UmmcetinfJ nuflsys ?xc?pied witli Oreen? ?!.? a
'oin I?I.| itailnud.
..?ave >.tdUiiioitf.4 6.' 1*. v
Amve at riharUsion.5. J.' A. V
S ilMI tViM.i IRAIN.
Leave t' toanxntou...?.9B P. X
Arrive at Boumerv?M. ?.iOP. i
Lt iv?- sure merv ?11^.7. m A. ?
irr. re at Cb?rle*'>n.8JB *. v
Camden and nlumbl > Pirseotter Trains on Af OM*
DATS, U'Ei ISK8SAY8 and ^ ATURDA VS. connects Silt
op and ilo-vu Oay Pus..rijgers al Ringville.
L.e?v?* Camden.C.3C .. M.
Arri eat Columbia.1LH A. M
Leave i .'ol ii i n bl a.2.?. P. 21
Arri"- al ? lair den..T O P M
sion?-d B. T. PliARI,
Aor1! in Oenerel 'u^fisH*?4#ij|,
ptlOTUGItAPil CO LOKI.VG.
PERRON- WISHING IO HAVE PHOTOGRA PH?
tinted with care and taMe can have their orders
promptly filled by leaving them at Holmes' Book
House. Written directions should in each ease be
given as to the style of coloring pielerred.
July 23 3mos?
Satinet*, Heavy Twills and Cattwitru, Un?
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
THIS DAT. 17ih instant, st 10 o'clock we will etti st
om* Auction Salesroom. No. 135 Muna1 Up at swat,
A Desirable ISVOICB OF GOOD-*, received pee'
Fancy Printed BEAVEEK Fancy Oassiraeras,
Black ?atin?is Heavy Twills. Keutuckv Jeans. Fan?
cy and Mourning Prints. Blue Denims, Mairan*
Mri pe*. Bleached and Brown -nirtinirs. Blue Bibbed
r ndersblrts, C. F Hbtrts sue" Drawers. Hickory
Murts Lea Pencils. Hera and Lia.lag Coat But?
tons, Brown and Colored Canton Flannel B&irnins.
Toy WatokcS, Mantillas, Balmo-al Hose, Brown sod.
Mii-xi Hal/Hoso White Hose, Air.
Conditions casb. Aurast 17
BY A. H. ABB 4 H AMS & SONS,
No 35 Hayne-atreeC?
By-dlres-tioa of A. H. brahams. Assignee of
Chai-Ies Madsen we wlU offer for sale, at auodon,
on WEDNESDAY, tbe25tn instant, at ll o clock,
atoar f-ale-room. No. 35 Havne-etreet,
A well (.elected stoc'tot l M PUK . KD AND DO?
MESTIC CIGABs. TOBACCO, PlTs,!?, ftc . Ssc, aa
- bales HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO
- cases Le J t Tobacco, of various qualities
- boxea Chewing Tobacco
Variety Brands Smoking Tobacco
- buss Imponed Cigars
- box e D< TRI atlc Cigars
- Fine Assortment o. Meerschaum and Fancy
- reams Wrapping Paper
- bble. FINP BOOB BON AND CABINET
Term:-All amcu.-.ts under SOC J cash; iO over
that amount 80 -nd 60 days, with approved seeurl
ty, interest added.
4^-avanuah Bepubllcin and Augusta Coast!
tuifonsliet copv four times, and send Mil to ?ourler
om a?_ruth 4 wi_August 17
Hams, Shoulders, Sides, fe.
BY LAL REY & A Jt X A>DER.
THIS DAY, the 17th inst-nt, will be sold in oar
S ore, No. 1*7 East Bav, at 10 o'clock,
SOO h DOAB" TJBHD HA VI S
900 ? u jar-cu i ed Shoulders
lue Bacon Mdes
300 laces Neck Bacon and Fat Strips
9u bo.s Purk and Beef
00 tabs Lard.
Conditions cash._August 17
BY R. & A. P. i A I.i)WELL*
1 HIS DAY. tbs 17th instant will be sold safan our
?tore, at half-uast 9 o'?lock, to oiose sales,
' 5 barrels PIG*' t EE!
9 barre a Ten ?rnes
7 barrels Extra Floor
1 barrel Mesa Reef
S half chests Tea
9 kegs Extra Lard
IS tabs Batter
1 ba rsl Vinegar
1 barrel ealt.
BAGGED H AMS and bsaaai Quality ata?des*.
Qaadttjs?s ca.h._August IT
General Assortment of Household furniture.
KIN OX, HALY & CO.,; ;
Ho. 156 Meeting-?trees.
Will sell THIS DaY, comme .oing at 10 o'clook A.
M., aa above.
Concibo ns cash. August IT
Butter and Hams.
BY HENRY COB'A & CO.
THIS DAY, ai 9 o'clock, In front of ear Stow, will
10 kegs fhoiee BUT i ER
IS aerees -U?sr-oured Hams.
Conditions cash. August IT
^fturointrp, (ostingb, ?tf.
DHOBNII IHO? WOKK S .
JOHN F. TAYLQR & CO.
CAMERO S Ot CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &e"
Vol. 4, 6, 9. 10 and 13 PU1T0BA 8D-STR?ET8,
. (NEAB TEE DB? DOOK,)
Charleston; S. Of
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERT
I SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IBUN FRONTS FOR BDILDINOS.
I CASTINGS Of EVERT KIND IN EBON. OB
vie guaraotes to famish ENGINED and BOILES
of as good quality and power, and at as low rateas
tat be bad in New York, Bi!rimer* or Philadelphia.
A sh croft's JLow-waler Detector?
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WA 1ER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY A1T?NDRO TO.
May 17 nae amos
F rt ? i M 4 lo 350
horse power inc adieu; the
eeleoratej Coritas cut-off
Empties, -hit. Valve lita.
Honan ? Engine? ro?ante
Engines. Ac. 'lao Ctms
ar Mn's? and bang *?*v
Mills, Kagar Cane a es
Mialling fr.Key-. Ac. Latta
and Miiug e Mills Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circula*
-iws Beiiiuu, Aa? Bend
tor descriptive Circular and
.TOOf A MANN KTRAM fNGIN'E IO..
Febnnry 1? Amos rrttos, New fork.
K . KICHAU'S
A-K FOB NO OTHPB, TAKE NO O I B EB AND
y< xi will save time healto a<id money.
S;u0 KKWABD lor an> cass ol disease in a&y
s'use which they fill o cure.
Dr. lt Ii H D'? wOLDis* B-LSAMNO. 1 cures
Ci .. rs IV- ..ted Sore ' liront and Mouth, sore
i jv-, ifutaueoos or xkiu Cr.ipt.on-, ''o >? . o Mored
Blotches, oreiM**ef the-ealp -crofi'u,* ;ij'be
gre. tesl Beuovator, Al cistive ami Biood P Titler
Su"wii. remove? a l OISMU-S t-otu the --?tvin. .iud
leav"- tho blood pars and health .
Dr. Kl''fl*O'? GULDE'" HAL-AM No. 'J cures
Mereunil AaVctfaas, Hheuma Ism in ali ll flinns,
abs'th ri '-ni mercorv ur other causas; g 'esimuc
diat'-re.iet io all cases. No d'eiuy .c?;->ary. I
bavo thousand* of ''ertincates eroviuJ tue miracu
Eu- cures dT-cici by these hem.die-. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, $5 per Lotti , or .wo Potties fut
Dr Bh.HAD'S GOLDEN ANn DO 1 E. a -ale spee?
dy, p.t-aaant and radical rare l r al: Urinary De.
ra^menis.ascompanied with foll directiois. Prioe
(3 (.er bottle
rr. K'CHAP'S GOLDEN LLixi R n'A M CB. a
ladKal cure for Nervous or Gen- rai i>ebi it?, in old
or ? nong; Imparting cmrgv wich wonue ful effect.
Prire 90, er bottle, or two bottles for 99.
On receipt ot price these Be DJ edi's will he dipped
to any plas*. Prompt attention paid to al- corre*
deuts. None renoine wi.boni h- n*tn- af "Dr
BI^HaU' . 3OLM'EM BKMEDIES. O. H. KI?'HABDS,
?-ole i'ioprietor," blown is Rlass ot bot le?
.address 1> P. BtCH A -D'*.
No. 228 Varick-stro?i, :?ew York'
OnVe Boure from 9 A M. to 9 Y. M.
Circa-ara tent. Jj_Jt"> 3
yr IL Ll S ?ft CH1SOL?.
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERlHARM
WILT, ATTEND TO THE PURCHAHE. SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic 1'ortsi of
COTTON. BICE, L0MBEB 4ND NAVAL STOKES,
ATLANTIC WHABF, Charl'Siou, H. C.
s. WILLIS.&. B. t'-i'MJLM
??to J er jo