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ches of Lincoln, Seward, &c., to show that the Republican doctrines are based upon non-intervention regarding slavery, and the recognition of State rights in the fullest sense. The New Governor of South Carolina. The Charleston Courier, announcing the election of Francis W. Pickens, Governor of South Carolina, says: Mr. Pickens is too well known to many readers to require any particulars. He served acceptably in Congress from the "Old Ninety six District," once represented by Calhoun and McDuffie, and now forming part of the Congressional District lately represented by Preston S. Brooks, and for the last time in the Congress of the United States by M. L. Bonham. Mr. Pickens, after retiring from Congress, remained some years in private life, and last appeared before his fellow-citizens in this State as President of the Convention which nominated delegates to the Cincinnati Convention of 1856. He was appointed by President Buchanan to the Court of St. Petersburg, and has
Prize. --Mrs. Calhoun, relict of the distinguished Senator, has been complimented by the South Carolina State Fair with a pair of silver pitchers as a premium for beautiful window curtains wrought with her own hands, in her 69th year, during a recent visit to her daughter, in Prince George's county, Md.