The editor of the Carolinian has conversed with a gentleman who brings cheering news from the Executives of the above States. Gov. PETTUS, of Mississippi, on the receipt of the news of LINCOLN’S election, will immediately convene the Legislature. The Disunion vote will be overwhelming. The Governor of Georgia will call for a large appropriation to arm the State. Gov. MOORE, of Alabama, will immediately issue writes of election for a new Legislature. In Louisiana it is thought that the Disunion movement will prevail, and Florida is said to consider herself in advance of South Carolina. We have no fears of Southern co-operation. The cotton States at least must be united.
— Published in The Abbeville Press, Abbeville, South Carolina, Friday Morning, November 9, 1860, p. 2