Janesville Daily Gazette Janesville, Wisconsin Wednesday, December 7, 1859 p2

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Janesville Daily Gazette Janesville, Wisconsin



Wednesday, December 7, 1859 p2
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in to me do _I is she did BIT TELEGRAPH. Congressional Proceedings. TViSHisoToy, Dec. 6. The interest in the organization of the honse is, if possible, on the increase. Long before noon, the galleries were densely filled and crowds were unable to obtain admission. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, there is the usual number of ladies. On the floor there were the customary salutations salutations among members and others, and a pleasant excitement prevailed every where. Mr. Allen, the clerk of the last house, called the house to order at noon. The din of 'voices immediately ceased; spectators were excluded from the floor, and the mem, bers took their seats. The roll,was called, aud 231.members answered to their names. The absentees were Messrs. Stalworth and Landrew', of Alabama, Brown and! Adams, of Ky., Hindman Hindman and Busk, of Ark., and. Hamilton, of On motion of Mr. Phelps, the house agreed to proceed to the election of a speaker viea The Brown-Full HIS On cavalry Harper's Moore, was . arrival, possible. her tears too r. Houston nominated Mr Sherman, of : Ohio. Mr. Adrian nominated Mr. Davis, of ifckTa'n, ns nominated Mr. Grow, of Pennsylvania, to Briggs nominated Mr. Balester, of Yir- "i. 0i . . . 4.- <i « 11 ti,n and Numerous voices, impatiently, '-call ^ oil. The lorwin, nan and " for at reason, that house sixty ten o wha on it, legislature, — for and jers were absent. In order to enable them o participate in the election, I move that he house adjour until to-morrow. Mr. Jno. Cochrane : I hope the gentleman will withdraw his motion. Mr. Coble : Oh I let us have one vote— laughter.) The house took the vote by acclamation, amid which, and laughter, Mr. Florence withdrew his motion, and the house proceeded proceeded to vote. First vole for Speaker—Sherman 66, Bo cock 81), Grow 43, Boetteler 14, Davis 2, Adrian 1, Hill 1, Hickman 1, Pennington 1, Haskin 2, McQueen 1, H. F. Clark 1. Mr. Grow withdrew his name as a candidate. candidate. The house adjourned without taking another another Vote for speaker ^ 0 , their I i six that the one an u ^i , u ^ .«. -j. ------ .- _ e In the senate Mr. Mason submitted a U n e senae r. asn is resolution yesterday, for the appointment of a committee to inquire into the facts p.t- U. teuding the late invasion of Virginia and the seizure of the arsenal and armory at Harper's Ferry. Ths resolution sets firth various points to be specially inquired iulo by the committee, and authorizes the sending sending for persons and papers. Senator Trum bull very properly 'gave notice that whet the resolution comes up for consideration he will move to includo in the investigation, the seizure of ths armory at Franklin, Missouri, Missouri, by the invaders of Kansas. THE SISKINO OF THE PROPELLER. MILWAUKEE

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