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JOURNAL OF THE SENATE.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1873. .

At a General Assembly of the State of Ilinois, begun and held in the City of Springfield, on Wednesday, the 8th day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, being the first session of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly,

The Hon. JOHN DOUGHERTY, Lieutenant-Governor of the State of
Illinois, and President of the Senate, appeared at 12 o'clock, M., took
the chair, and called the Senate to order.
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Hale.

On motion of Mr. Whiting,
John M. Adair, of Carroll county, was elected Secretary pro tem.

On motion of Mr. Yager,
J. A. Cooley was elected Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate pro tem.

The roll of the Senators elect was called, when the following answered to their names:

Messrs. Archer, Baldwin, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Burns, Canfield, Casey, Castle, Cummings, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue Dow, Early, Ferrell, Glenn, Green, Gundlach, Hampton, Henry, Hinch. cliffe, Hundley, Jacobs, Kehoe, Lee, McGrath Murphy, Nickolson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Starne, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Voris, Waite, Ware, Warren, Whiting Wilcox, Williamson, Yager, Youngblood.-Present, 50. Absent, 1-Mr. Crews.

A communication was received from J. A. Apperson, giving notice that he would contest the election of Hon. Chas. Voris, as Senator to the Twenty-eighth General Assembly,

On motion of Mr. Waite,
The communication was laid on the table.

On motion of Mr. Nicholson,
The Senate proceeded to the election of permanent officers.

Mr. Nicholson put in nomination Mr. D. A. Ray, of McLean county, for Secretary of Senate.

Mr. Casey put in nomination Mr. W. H. MANTZ, of Jefferson county, for Secretary of Senate.

Those voting for Mr. Ray are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Gundlach, Hampton, Henry Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Wil. liamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. MANTZ are:
Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Hinchcliffe, Hundloy, Kehoo,
Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood.

D. A. Ray
W. H. Mantz

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The President announced that Mr. Ray, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected Secretary of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Palmer put in nomination Mr. J. H. PADDOCK, of Kankakee county, for First Assistant Secretary of the Senate.

Mr. Cummings put in nomination Mr. E. A. SNIVELY, of Macoupin county.

Those voting for Mr. PADDOCK are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Casey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Gundlach, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Will liamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. SNIVELY are : Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Hinchcliffe, Hundley, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren.

J. H. Paddock

E. A.. Snively The President announced that Mr. J. H. PADDOCK, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected First Assistant Secretary of the Senate of the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Henry put in nomination Mr. C. D. KENDALL, of Clay county, as Second Assistant Secretary of Senate.

Mr. Murphy put in nomination Mr. J. C. Doty, of Perry county. Those voting for Mr. KENDALL are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusoy, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Gundlach, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Paliner, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Wil. liamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. Dory are: Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glonn, Hinchcliffe, Hundley, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood.

C. D. Kendall.

J. C. Doty.... The President announced that Mr. C. D. KENDALL, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected Second Assistant Secretary of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Whiting put in nomination Mr. SAMUEL PARKER, of Marshall county, for Third Assistant Secretary of Senate.

Mr. Burke put in nomination Mr. J. L. PLAINE, of Macoupin county. Those voting for Mr. PARKER are : Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham,. Cusey, Donahne, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Gundlach, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, "Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Wil. liamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. PLAINE are: Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Hinchcliffe, Hundloy, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood.

Sam'l Parker....

J. L. Plaine.... The President announced that Mr. PARKER, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected Third Assistant Secretary of the Senate of the 28th General Assembly.

Mr. Ferrell put in nomination Mr. A. J. ALDEN, of Pope county, for the position of Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk of the Senate.

Mr. Brooks put in nomination Mr. BEEBE, of Will county. Those voting for Mr. ALDEN are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Gundlach, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Will liamson, Yager.

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Those voting for Mr. BEEBE are:
Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Hinchcliffe, Hundley, Kehoe,
Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood.

Mr. Alden
Mr. Beebe..

17 The President announced that Mr. ALDEN, having received a majority of all votes cast, was duly elected Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Reynolds put in nomination Mr. H. C. BOLLAND, of Cook county, for the position of First Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk of Senate.

Mr. Gundlach put in nomination Miss MOLLIE M. LANE, of Clinton county.

Those voting for Mr. BOLLAND are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Williamson, Yager.

Those voting for Miss MOLLIE M. LANE are: Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Gundlach, Hinchcliffe, Hundley, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood.

Mr. H. C. Bolland..

Miss Mollie M. Lane. The President announced that Mr. H. C. BOLLAND, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected First Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Canfield put in nomination Mr. WM. A. MOORE, of Kane county, for the position of Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate.

Mr. Brown put in nomination Mr. DANIELS, of Morgan county. Those voting for Mr. MOORE are: Mesars, Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Hampton, Henry. Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Williamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. DANIELS are: Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Gundlach, Hinchcliffo, Hundley, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Whiting, Youngblood.

Mr. W. A. Moore

Mr. Daniels The President announced that Mr. W. A. MOORE, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was duly elected Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Reynolds put in nomination Mr. F. M. MALONE, of Christian county, as Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms.

Mr. Voris put in nomination Mr. DAVID BREWSTER, of Cumberland county.

Those voting for Mr. MALONE are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Crews, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath. Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Williamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. BREWSTER are: Mesurs. Archer, Brooks. Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Gundlach, Hinchcliffe, Hundley, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Yoangblood.

Mr. F. M. Malone.

Mr. David Brewster. The President announced that Mr. MALONE, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was elected Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

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Mr. Nicholson put in nomination Mr. R. C. STAPLES, of Sangamon county, for the position of Postmaster.

Mr. Starne put in nomination Mr. JOHN CONNELLY, of Sangamon county.

Those voting for Mr. STAPLES are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shepard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Williamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. CONNELLY are: Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Casey, Cummings, Glenn, Gundlach, Hinchcliffe, Hundley Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood. Mr. R. C. Staples...

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18 The President announced that Mr. STAPLES, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was elected Postmaster of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

Mr. Strong put in nomination Mr. A. W. KELLOGG, of Livingston county, for the position of Assistant Postmaster of the Senate.

Mr. Glenn put in nomination Mr. S. S. BROOKS, of Brown county. Those voting for Mr. KELLOGG are: Messrs. Baldwin, Burns, Canfield, Castle, Cunningham, Cusey, Donahue, Dow, Early, Ferrell, Green, Hampton, Henry, Jacobs, McGrath, Nicholson, Palmer, Patterson, Reynolds, Sanford, Sheldon, Shep. ard, Short, Steele, Strong, Thompson, Upton, Waite, Whiting, Wilcox, Williamson, Yager.

Those voting for Mr. BROOKS are: Messrs. Archer, Brooks, Brown, Burke, Cummings, Glenn, Gundlach, Hinchcliffe, Hundley, Kehoe, Lee, Murphy, Starne, Voris, Ware, Warren, Youngblood.

Mr. Kellogg

Mr. Brooks The President announced that Mr. Kellogg, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was elected Assistant Postmaster of the Senate for the Twenty-eighth General Assembly.

The President announced that he had made the following appointments :

I hereby appoint for Policeman: Norman B. Ames. For Janitor: Caleb Hopkins. For Second Janitor : Joseph Martin. Pages: Frank M. Parker, William Robinson, Scott Lloyd, Daniel Tuttle, James Steele, Eddie Newell, and M. Doil.

On motion of Mr. Hampton, The following resolution was adopted : Resolved by the Senate, That a committee of five be appointed by the President to wait on the Gov. ernor, and inform him that the Senate has met and organized, and is ready to receive any communication he may see proper to make.

The President appointed the following Senators as a committeee to wait on the Governor : Senators Hampton, Whiting, Donahue, Casey and Ware.

On motion of Mr. Whiting, The following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That the President of the Senate appoint a committee of nine, to prepare rules for the Sopate.

The President appointed as such committee: Senators Whiting, Bald. win, Castle, Henry, Yager, Cummings, Starne, Archer and Voris.

On motion of Mr. Strong, The following resolution was adopted : Resolved by the Senate, That the Secretary of the Senate inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has met and organized by the election of D. A. Ray, Secretary; James H. Paddock, First Assistant Secretary ; Cyrus D. Kendall, Second Assistant Secretary; Samuel Parker, Third Assistant Secretary; A. J. Alden, Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk; H. C. Bolland, Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk; William A. Moore, Sergeant-at-Arms; F. M. Malone, Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms; R. C. Staples, Postmaster; A. W. Kellogg, Assistant Postmaster-and is now

ready for the transaction of business.

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