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Proceedings of the Colored State Convention assembled in St. Paul's A. M. E. Church, Lexington, Ky., November 26.
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Resolved, That we indorse the proposed National legislation to aid the common school system of the United States.
Resolved, That the following telegram of the condolence be sent:
To Mrs. Thomas A. Hendricks, Indianapolis, Ind.:
The Convention of Colored men of Kentucky, now assembled, tender their unfeigned sympathies to you in this, your hour of affliction, in the death of your distinguished husband, the Vice-President of the United States.
Messrs. Wm. H. Steward, A. C. Brent and W. M. Jamison were appointed to send the telegram to Mrs. Hendricks.
The following committee was appointed to present the resolutions to the Legislature of Kentucky: Wm. J. Simmons, chair-man; W. H. McRidley, E. W. Glass, J. C. Strange, G. W. Bolling, J. W. Hawkings, Henry Seroggins, A. W. Titus, I. H. Natas, J. F Hummons, W. H. Mason, Wm. H. Steward, W. H. Ward, G. W. Gentry, J. C. Jackson, A. C. Brent, R. Varien, E. Evans, C. H. Parrish and D. Jones.
Resolutions thanking the officers for the fair and impartial discharge of their duties, to the citizens of Lexington for hospitality and entertainment, and to the press for courtesies, were adopted.
After a general interchange of opinions the convention adjourned sine die.
THE COMMITTEE OF PETITIONERS OF THE STATE CONVENTION.
First Day, January 26, 1886.
Pursuant to the call of the committee, through its officers, the following members of the committee met in Frankfort, in the hall of the Young Men's Club, viz:
Fifth District, Wm. J. Simmons, Chairman ; First District, Wm. H. McRidley ; Third District, J. C. Strange ; Seventh District, Henry Scroggins ; Eighth District, A. W. Titus ; Ninth District, I. H. Natas ; Eleventh District, Wm. H. Mason ; State at Large J. C. Jackson, R. Varian, G. W. Gentry, E. Evans, A. C. Brent, C. H. Parrish, Daniel Jones.
The following gentlemen of the Frankfort Committee were also present, and attended all the sessions: Henry Samuels, Wm. H. Mayo, L. T. Clark, Jesse Hocker, W. B. Luckett, J. W. Woolfolk, R. H. C. Mitchell, Jno. Thomas, Sr.
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