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int two Commissioners from each county, with power to determine the course which the State should take in the event of the Lincoln election.
The tax-gatherers of Alabama are now collecting this tax from the poor and rich alike in that State; and a portion of the citizens of Madison county, Ala., have assembled together and solemnlitary tax by all lawful means, let it be attempted to be enforced in any manner or shape.
Resolved, That we recommend to all citizens and freemen of the State of Alabama to do as we have done — take a bold and legal stand against the enforcement of this military law.
Resolved, That when our State requires our property anndred Minute Men are drilling here to-night.
Cheering dispatches from all parts of the South are received, and the services of volunteers proffered from Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Charleston dispatches state that unsuccessful attempt were made to-day by troops to remove the government arms from the