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Maryland Manual, 1898
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HIRAM S. HALL, Republican.

Hiram 8. Hall, Republican, was born in Columbia county,
N. Y., and received a common school education. After
learning the carpentering trade, he was employed on the
government works at West Point. In 1852, he removed to
Jamestown, Chautauqua county. He cast his first vote for
General Scott, voted for Fremont in 1856, and for every
Republican presidential candidate since. In 1862, he
engaged in the manufacture of woodenware, which he con
tinned for twenty-two years. In 1882-4, Mr. Hall invented
and patented some machines for making furniture springs.
In 1886, he removed to Talbot county and purchased a
farm, upon which he resides. He was elected member of
House of Delegates in 1897.

LEVIN II. TULL, Republican.

Levin H. Tull is a native of Caroline county, but has
lived in Talbot for the past thirty-five years. Mr Tull was
originally a sea captain. He is about sixty-fivc year of age.
He has never before held office, with the exception of
being a. captain of Talbots police boat. He is a great culti-
vator of flowers. He was elected member of the House of
Delegates in 1897.


Lewis D. Syester is the youngest son of the late Judge
A. K. Syester, who was Attorney-General of Maryland.
He was born October 20, 1869. Mr. Syester was educated
in the public schools, having graduated from the High
School, Hagerstown in 1888. Mr. Syester spent one year
at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. Mr. Syester began life
as a newspaper man. He worked for the Hagerstown
Globe and Mail, and was city editor of the Herald and Times.
He became city editor of the Cumberland Times in 1889,
and reported subsequently on the Philadelphia Times and
Baltimore Sun. In 1891-92, he was managing editor of the
Harrisburg (Pa.,) Call. In February, 1893, he was
admitted to the bar of Washington county. He is also
vice-president of the Antietam Fire Company, Hagerstown,
and quartermaster-sergeant of the First Regiment, Mary-


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