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*G1 O THE UTE ANNER:
B.W zUT EVILLame, S. C.
fCIS MN. AND AREITOR.
The votjin this 4cntw coneyt ge
thmart, eleri. alo ofe aHond -
eWo or. te Congre, ait 1apr
W ourthn do ab oveMr Jac'HNZon
Mesrs T. & BorSmasr, ileTS.E C.
ST. T. os, Esq, Camn, .C.oT
T he eloetos l in Clarhison Count, on T" fr~
ajert, relted is fsor of the or. JA
LaosTEn fo. B. Compvs, D.in N.39 -Gxr,n
Tuos. MLD andr elected CjomissiHnoers
I larsodn, D. J. NRans and r.ap
W, Aso were elected Repreentr.
Maor. oAs w as elected betae6
and 700 votes for Congress, and Mr. O'ge.
3n.oN it Is aid. between n 0 an 0.
mjTy, wherewin faoro thae o th. po.
WODaID bere Congare, i 10as fpr
WCLDAREMn 0 oNT-EGIr s.AUE
CaMess o ALLAs. . NETET
IuSterilleT, 181ws and 144 76n1oon,
4 we~reielted Com5sonr 50 16 Poo40r1
Manchemr Cont Mesr W. 20ms S.
Utatsbur, a 48KD 4. N. G26E a2n4
/ In~~kProiene, Dr.4 N1A 6a4d Dr. S.
W, Wzimuro. electe Re1reent26
adter'ts forsCingress and Mr O2l-1
LONo', i19ibewe 20 and 730. 2
4' The follwing show, the stat of the polls
taloh manger 6the4s8e4v282
TA A C - .
Blumterille, Ii 10 4471113 2 8
Pri er1, 6 78 40 12
Mancester, 1 38272151 10
Stalesburg, 4 17 2A 3 4
Providence, 61 6 105
Crossn2 71. 2*617
niowri's, 19g 12 7154
Broimming Pens, 634 50 6 1821
Mo's -' - I- - 0 5 .1
Totr al, - 0865 458 412 02
Pack9 AX C4-L&40 .r18
Wue's, -1-7-1- -87 248
Phorfers - 72 .4 457
Branhsn', 10 - 8 101 6
Bradham'usg - - - -67 41 48
Povien, -0 - - 7 80 6 19
Mcayo be 8nprprae in 5e
Swimiont emark 6htSme 2srit3
se miotdrhe rdoolfe
C h es u d are t, o ae llee
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HON. 3 A. WOODWARDI IR LEC .
This gentleman has been ro.elected
Representative to Congrees by ia large mi..
R. WOODWARD S IDEA.
Our Congressional Repoentaitve
lion. .A. Woodwt, was present at
Sumtervilleon the 11th, the day of coun.
ting the votes, and addiassed th1. people.
Hlewas in favor of neither of the two pr.
*idential candidatesi considered 6ur choice
to beithat'bhetweon two evils' but prefor.
red the cholce of Cass as the leiast of the
rwOi becaumso'f Tayor ahould he, electek
I would enip us, but, if Case should be.
come President, re:can whip him.- This
idea evidently pleased the people.
The election .at Colu'mbia passed off
quietly. Mfr. N. B. HILL Was elected
Sheriff of Richland District by a majori.
ty of292 votes over his competitor Jusz
Da BUiL.. So the Columbia Telegraph
Messrs. .1.S. PaEsMoN, J. II. ADAfS,
W. D. DESAUb,"URE, and JoN WArLLAC,
were elected repiesentatives.
KERSH A WV ELECTIONS.
The elections In Kershaw resulted in
9aor of Messrs Cantey, 59b votes, and
Boykin, 650 votes' fbr Representatives.
The newly elected members of the Leg.
islture will sde in ourpaper of to day the
executive proclaimation of Gov. Johnso;
summouing them and the Senators, "whose
terms ofoffice have not expired, ard those
who have been now recently elected," Io
convene at Columbia on the first Monday
in November, the 6th prox., to appoint el.
ectorpof President and Vice President of
the United States, on the Tuesday next
after the first said Monday.
A GOOD RAIN.
For some time past, rain has been very
much needed in this village and its vicin
ity. Every vehicle moving through the
streets raised olcuds of dust, and our #il.
lagers get more than their gu'antum of
At lerzgth, the 13th proved to be a good
rainy day; - for the rain came down in
Bnrnest, accompanied frequently by a high
wind. -The 14th dawned with a bright
ftcy, and was a clear, delightful, autumn
FoR THE ZANNER.
To the Friendsof Temperance,
Ye Sons of Cold-water, your voices now raise,
And speak of cold water and sing to its praise;
Its virtues are many its vices but few,
Its life-giving powers are offered to you.
Accept of the bounty so rich and so rare,
While now itisoffbredenoughand to pare,
It will do you more good than Sherry or
And save you from quarrels, from fighting
Its virtues are lofty and ne'er can be told,
By rich nor the poor, the young nor the old;
Then comns now and join us, nor ever declibe,
And trust not to brandy, to rum, gin or wine.
For "winie is a mocker" and only deceives,
While water's refreshing and always re
Rum is more filthy, and will certainly drain,
Your purse of all silver and 'leave act a
While what is most common and filthy to
'Tis old stinking whiskey, it does just the
It makes o walk crooked, and act like a
It starves your poor children, keeps them from
While brandy is surest and' quick to, do.
To drive you to ruin, to vice, and the grave,
Then shun the vile tempter, choose what is
And drink but cold water and hats aUl the
Now think what we've told you and oh! do
The pleasing temptation is only a snare;
They are set there to blind, and lead you
From peace and from virtue and honor'~
Lodiibar, Sept. 184A8.
ODD FarLrows--The annual returns of the
Grand Secretary show a groat increase of the
Order in the United States. The revenue
has increasied ton ner ent, membshi.w.....
~Iydian re ot
T46mW (poi i -r
Accordwgt eor .cenj
erious di re
tween the In, *0 n
of Venice. 'M
lout and bountiful oie. 9-.'
Great Brai is t gol d, iir &d o
port the Ottoman Ppite w
netiation relating to
Dacientoa -ing~v ia
der of the English P tiaamtyl
yrting character, died jsddenl -,6
Iouis Napoleon, Futd mndRasp
the successful candidate* o-thethiedaean
oles in the French NtonlA b)
Nothing had been ard fCj - -t lp
up to the 29th o e
An insurrection in inDetchEht
Indies, and conflicts of a a
ter,-had taken place between the lere&za&
dhe authorities of Siam. Orderlbad boer
Aportin fithecarg oft Ocean Mon
hrch as expected to be recorebydiver
who are at work upon the wreck.
The Ultra-Republicans of Paris we
ting up a -dea atibdrtlis2d odf
tember, in'commeration ofthe422d of So
enber, 1790, the dayaie -da idaio o
iret Rep blic;.
Sociaia said to be workingman
n 5 :ssin the de tea
been called'idto actlys vid6
The nioderate IM:
Parliannt Club o l'ri rave. o
General Cavaignao withafisiuraceofd eir
aupport against the 044 t o l
maayother. class Of l~~~e~o$ain
*.a - 'ist oC an.
The outbreak at Frankfertliiu bee
mst serious character.A t e
are Prince iJchnowskyn 6.
at all point. Theitwaws coIIpleli n
hands of tha tnilitary',ad s~aadbeen declarpd
in a state of se.
The Hangans have ecnienntl mlubmit
their dispute, with the treaty to the arbitna
tion of the emupefro fAustria.
From Wilmer 4. &aih' Eurpa
At the time of the sailing of thle Am rio
there was considerable excitement in Ireland
and astormy(eelling prevailed in some gar-'
era that a real rebellion had broken out in
the South. We had very little doubt but
that the distuirbances would turn out to be
ainmportant, and that their charactei would
have more of :a social than a politica} csin
plixion. ISuch now appears to be the -case.
Asuto the probable result of the' triale, vkri
aus opinions are hazarded; and a variety ofre.
ports are put into circulations to the course
which the government intezm&oadopt, incase
it should be successful in qopring verdicts,
The belief entertained that a positi've re
belhion had broken out in Irela.nd, is,to a'cer
tain extent, without foundation,; but it is'-nev
ertheless true that predatory bands of armed
men had turned out~in hostile arry, enpamup
ad in almost Inaccessible positions, and ~u
ly defyin the military anthoriM WNUmor
ous attacs hid been mnade upo *b~oice
themselves, and so well calc u bsr
alarm, particularly ina Englbdhve, Int
ooniderable deresubea'dthoaigh the rash
Iqaurgents are luar fromrsbe
*The last accounts from: Irln tt ta
the neighborhood of Carrick.n8rissl
mach disturbed; that the insurgentsocu
formidable localities up'on the mountains ha
signal fires are lighte every nlght, and that
the utmost vigilance of the military and po
lice tailed to crush the display.
Search is kept. up atr Dieheny and the
other leaders,.who are knw te be~wtah
insurgents, but as yet wit~i the slgts
The Comnlissions. was opened onu1
ilay, when true-bill found ainst Mr. O'Bri1
en and Mrs. Afclanus, Rn7hr*'others
lesser note. GCppies of the indictamen;gwere
dhen delivered as weji bas an esassi of
Counasel made to'tho Traverser.. The Wvails
are'fled to thkegacyon Th~ ~ay next.
Considerable excitement prvI 64i. thie
neigbohoo$ of Clqnmel,bt thie resnce of
an overwhelming nillitarforc wl be ound
sufficient to suppesthat exerolselsf ainy phj
sical yathfr the acottsed.3 Much, di.
verst ofopino prevails as toi the probabili.
y~fty .conviction, and it is eonfidently eta
. jhgh qarars Uiat in the event o suikh
aeiuee, it lheintention of the governstent
to carry the capital ptinishment Into itwmeidi-'
diate effbit. 1
The agitation for the holding of anida
parliaments in Dublin, ls rieceiving daily he?
csions. So far as an opinion mabe basi
aided in the present imature sgeof the.
movement, it is likely to prove mucpfu,
thoug probably at a more remotepao4.,
a egopct fap souecs
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