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Description: Miss Annie Clanton at Montgomery Exposition;
Legislature Getting Down to Business

Date: November 13 1890

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Library

Page/Column: Page 2, Column 3

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Miss Annie Clanton, of Shorter, Ala., who is so much admired by her Huntsville acquaintances, was by far the prettiest lady on the Exposition grounds Monday. Montgomery boys know how to appreciate attractive young ladies, and Miss Clanton was the center of attraction with the beaux.
The Legislature Getting Down to Business
MONTGOMERY, Nov. 11. The Senate was called to order at 12 oclock by Hon. A. C. Hargrove, president.
Messrs. W. L. Clay and D. W. McIver were appointed temporary secretaries.
The Senate proceeded to perfect a permanent organization by the election of Hon. A. C. Hargrove, president. The other offices were filled as follows:
Secretary, W. L. Clay, of Madison.
Assistant Secretary, T. H. Clark, of Montgomery.
Miss Jem Weakley, of Lauderdale, was elected engrossing clerk.
James Armstrong, of Jackson, was elected doorkeeper, and L. P. Brumbaugh of Perry, assistant doorkeeper.
After the election of these officers the Senate adjourned till 10 oclock tomorrow morning.

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