Clipped From The Daily Milwaukee News
BY TELEGRAPH. BE HO hi 1 1C U KOH THK DA.'i.Y NKVS. WASHINOTOM. Jan. 24. SESATB.—The Vice President submitted, to the Senate an elaborate memorial from theXeg- islatare of Indiana, setting forth that that State is unwprpsented in the U. S. Senate and has commissioned no other person to represent represent her therein, except Henry S. Lane and Wra. McCarty, whom, therefore, the memori- alists pray may be admitted as Senators from Indiana in the federal Senate. A general desire having been expressed to hear the .memorial read, the Secretary commenced commenced reading, but it becoming tedious was referred, on motion of Mr. Trnmbull, to the committee on judiciary and ordered to be printed. Mr. Seward of New York, gave notica that he would to-morrow submit a resolution, gir. ing Senators Lane and McCarty, the privilege of the floor, while their claims for seats are pending.