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From Charleston. Charleston, Oct. 8. --A brisk fire was kept up all last night between the enemy's mortar battery on Morris Island and our batteries on James Island. The Pawnee was in Stono river last night, shelling the woods on James Island. The Ironsides is surrounded by boats, rafts, &c., apparently repairing injuries inflicted by our torpedoes on Monday night. Active work on the part of the enemy is now daily expected. Charleston, Oct. 8.--We have been steadily firing at Morris Island all day. The enemy makes no reply. A careful reconnaissance of the enemy's works leads to the belief that he will not be ready to open fire for several days yet.
--The vote for Governor in this city stands. Brown, 711; Hill, 69; Furlow, 38. The vote indicates the election of Hon. J. F. Shumake to Congress. Columbus, Oct. 8.--The following is the result of the election held in this city yesterday: For Governor — Brown, 449; Furlow, 458; Hill, 48. For Congress — Blanford, 668; Holt, 284. Taylor county: For Governor — Hill, 96; Brown, 64; Furlow, 20. For Congress: Holt, 141; Balnford, 46. Savannah, Oct. 8.--The State election held here yesterday resulted as follows: Brown, for Governor, 1,216; Hill, 15; Frue low, 259. Congress — Hartridge, 1,320; King, 176; Hopkins, 17. Senator — Lloyd, 4,476. House — Gkins, 17. Senator — Lloyd, 4,476. House — Gibson, 683; Norwood, 671; Gue, 784; Russell, 784. Brown is undoubtedly elected Governor. Augusta, Oct. 8.--The vote of Richmond county is as follows: Brown, 835; Hill, 69; Furlow, 44. J. F. Shumate has 186 majority over all other candidates for Congress, so far