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Williams, as United States Medical Director. He matricu-
lated at Princeton, and from that institution graduated in
1870, receiving from it the degrees of A. B. and A. M.
In 1872 he entered the law department of the University
of Maryland, from which he graduated in 1873. Return-
ing to Belair he began to practice law. He was one of
the organizers of the Harford National Bank, of which he
is now president. He is a leading member of the Harford
bar. In the election of 1897 he was the only successful
candidate on the Republican ticket.
Howard CountyŚGEORGE D. DAY, Republican.
George Dorsey Day was born June 22, 1848. In 1887,
he was elected sheriff of the county. During the Harrison
administration he held a position in the internal revenue
service, and was afterwards promoted to the important
Indian agency at Anadarko, Indian Territory. The Sena-
tor has large business interests in the fourth district, being
engaged in storekeeping, and also carrying on a saw and
grist mill. He was elected to the State Senate in 1895.
Kent CountyŚCHARLES T. WESTCOTT, Republican.
Charles T. Westcott was born in Chestertown, on Janu-
ary 8, 1848. Mr. Westcott graduated from Washington
College in 1866. After graduating from a business college
in Baltimore, in 1867, he entered the law office of the late
Richard Hynson, and in 1869, entered the law school of
Columbia College, New York, graduating in 1871, and the
same year returned to Chestertown and entered upon an
active legal career. In 1871, he was elected a director of
the Chestertown National Bank, and in March of 1887, was
chosen its president. He was elected to the State Senate in
Montgomery CountyŚWILLIAM VIERS BOUIC, Democrat.
William Viers Bouic a native of Montgomery County,
having been born near Rockville, in July, 1846, and is the
only son of the late Judge William Viers Bouic. He was
educated at the Rockville Academy and Columbian Univer-
sity, Washington, from which latter institution he gradu-
ated in 1867. He was admitted to the bar in 1870, and