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Description: Montgomery DotsDate: November 16 1890
Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL
Source: Madison Co. Library, Huntsville, AL
Page/Column: Page 2, Column 2
Twenty-nine Senators answered roll call on yesterday. The Senate is as fine looking a set of men as ever assembled in the city. There are few, if any of them, far advanced in life, still there are none of them subject to the frivolities of youth. The committee on Internal Improvement, the committee that the Hundley’s and Huntsville railroad charter will come before, is composed of the following gentlemen: John T. Milner, chairman; Messrs. Williams, Bradley, Stansell, Minge, and Lackey.
Col. Frank T. Mastin is in the city on a courting expedition, so far he seems in a bad run of luck.
Hon. Dan. Coleman is skipping around among the clans. He doubtless holds the North Alabama delegation by the tail, and will possibly vote them for Senator Pugh. When the North Alabama boys find that the Hon. Daniel has them by the tail, kicking will begin. If Senator Pugh will get a vote from any county north of the Tennessee River we have been unable to find it out.