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Maryland Manual, 1899
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GEORGE L. BROWN, Democrat.

George L. Brown, 1510 Bast Baltimore street, a coal
dealer, was born in 1854 in Baltimore, where he was
educated in the public schools. His father is William L.
Brown. At the age of 18 years George L. Brown engaged
in the carpenting business, and later became a successful
coal dealer.


Forrest Bramble, 989 North Broadway, was born in
Harford county in 1869. He was educated in the public
schools and came to Baltimore in 1889. He was employed
in a clerical position in the Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad
office at the Mount Clare shops for a number of years. He
graduated in 1896 at the Baltimore University of Law and
was admitted to the bar. Mr. Bramble is the junior mem-
ber of the firm of Towers and Bramble, 32 and 33 Manu-
facturers' Record Building.

BALTIMORE CITY—(2d Legislative District.)

Six Members.

JOHN L. SAKFORD, Democrat.

John L. Sanford was born in Baltimore, June 9, 1872.
He is a son of N. Knight Sanford, a prominent merchant.
Mr. Sanford attended private schools and then entered the
City College, from which he was graduated in 1893. For
a year afterwards he was a teacher in the College and at the
same time studied law at the University of Maryland. In
1897 he was a candidate for the Legislature, and in an ex-
ceptionally large primary vote lost by only four. Mr. San-
ford is a lawyer.

A. LEO KNOTT, Democrat.

A. Leo. Knott is a lawyer. He has been State's Attor-
ney of Baltimore city; was a member of the Legislature
of 1866 and 1867, and was assistant to the Postmaster-
General under Cleveland's first administration


Martin Lehrnayer was bom in Baltimore city in 1861.
Educated in the public schools of Baltimore city. He
graduated in 1882 from the law department of the Uni-


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