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Maryland Manual, 1898
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to a position in the Custom House, which he held until
1889, when he resigned to practice his profession. He is a
member of the vestry of Emanuel Protestant Episcopal
Church, Belair, and is president of the Harford County
Fire Insurance Company. He resides in Annapolis.

Comptroller: PHILLIPS LEE GOLDSBOROUGH, (Republican,)
of Cambridge, Dorchester county.

Mr. Goldsborough was born in Princess Anne, Somerset
county, Maryland, in 1865. He is a son of Paymaster
Goldsborough, U. S. N. He was educated in the public
schools of Dorchester county and at the Episcopal High
School of Alexandria, Virginia, and was admitted to the
bar in Cambridge. Before taking up the practice of his
profession he spent two years with his father at the Navy
Pay Office, in San Francisco. In 1891 he was elected
State's Attorney for Dorchester county, and was re-elected
in 1895. He was elected Comptroller of the State Treasury
in 1896. He is proprietor of the Dorchester Standard.

State Treasurer: THOMAS J. SHRYOCK, (Republican,) of
Baltimore city.

Thomas J. Shryock was born in Baltimore in 1851. His
parents came from Virginia. Mr. Shryock was educated
in the public schools and the Light Street Institute. At
the age of sixteen he entered the lumber business with a
brother, and at the age of twenty-one he became sole pro-
prietor of the business. He is at present extensively
engaged in the lumber business in Baltimore City and in
Washington, D. C. Mr. Shryock is a distinguished Free
Mason, and has for some years past been Grand Master of
Masons of Maryland. He was elected State Treasurer by
the Legislature in 1896, and was re-elected in 1898.

Attorney-General: HARRY M. CLABAUGH, (Republican,) of
Caroline county.

Harry M. Clabaugh was born in Cumberland, in 1856.
In 1873 he removed to Caroline county. Mr. Clabaugh
graduated from the Pennsylvania College, at Gettysburg.
In 1877 he also graduated at law from the University of


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