State Ledger, March 14, 1884

State Ledger, March 14, 1884

Atwood is the peer of any colored member of the House, but rarely ever speaks.

Lewis is the only “foreigner” in the House, but is none the worse for that.

Cory carries his point as often as any other colored brother.

Robinson is the blacksmith of the House.

Allen often “leads” the vote when the yeas and nays are called.

Henry of Madison wants Madison county exempted from all laws that he does not consider according to the eternal fitness of things.

Peyton has his eye on all matters affecting the people of the Valley.

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