cers--Colonel, J. B. E. Sloan; Lt. Colonel, C. S. Mattison; Major, James H. Whitner; Adjutant, S. M. Wilkes; Quarter master, J. M. Adams; Commissary, H. A. CAuble; Co. B., Capt. Humphreys, Palmette Riflemen; Co. C, Capt. Dean,-- Co. D, Capt. Long, Piercetown Guards; Co. E, Capt. Kilpatrick, Calhoun Mountaineers, Co. F, Capt. Pool, Tyger Volunteers; Co. G., Capt. Hawthorne, Saluda Volunteers; Co. H. Capt. Grifflo, Twelve Mile Volunteers; Co. C., Capt. Hollingsworth, Pickens Guards; Co. J. Capt. Anderson, Confederate Guards; Co. K. Capt. Shanklin, Fort Hill Guards.
The 4th musters 950 strong.
The Third Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, 1,000 strong, reached this city yesterday morning between 6 and 7 o'clock, and went into camp near the Reservoir.
This is considered one of the finest regiments of the State and in truth, their noble appearance, genuine military bearing and discipline, indicate their title of a crack regiment.
The following is a list of the officers and companies
on Yankees celebrated the anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill, on the 17th inst. with great pomp.
Major Henry Hill, of Virginia, Paymaster in the U. S. Army, at New York, has resigned.
The brig Hattle Jackson, taken as a prize by the blockading squadron off Savannah, has been taken to New York.
The Whitworth guns, recently brought to Washington, will, it is said, probably be mounted on the works at Alexandria.
Typhus fever is said to be raging in three of the wards in New York city.
Col. D. H. Hill, of the First North Carolina Regiment, is a native of South Carolina.
New wheat of excellent quality has made its appearance in the Norfolk market.
Cornelius McLean, of the Baltimore bar, died a few days ago.
Winfield Scott Anderson, arrested in Baltimore for "treason," has been discharged.
The town of Leesburg, was in possession of our troops last Friday
On the Friday night a fire at Chamber, Mo. destroyed $39,000 worth of property.