1904 Democratic Party nominee for Vice Chief executive of america who served like a U.S. senator from Western Virginia. He done a plantation before working like a brakeman and conductor for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. He proceeded to go into bank and coal mining after becoming devote charge from the Piedmont, Western Virginia terminal from the railroad. In both 1889 and 1901, he displayed the US in the Pan-American Meetings. He was the sibling of U.S. Congressman Thomas Beall Davis. He was created in Woodstock, Baltimore, Maryland to parents Caleb Dorsey Davis and Louisa Warfield Dark brown. He wedded Katherine Ann Salome Bantz in 1853 and experienced eight kids, three dying in infancy. Alongside presidential applicant Alton B. Parker, the Democratic Party set would find yourself dropping the election to Theodore Roosevelt and Charles Fairbanks.
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