234 MARYLAND MANUAL.
Mr. Duncan, elected to the Legislature from the Second
district, was the youngest candidate on the ticket, being
only 27 years of age. He is a lawyer, having studied in
the office of James McColgan, and graduated from the
Maryland University. He was a candidate for the Legisla-
ture in 1895 from the old Seventh ward and was defeated
with the ticket. Six years ago be was a candidate for
Clerk of the City Court on a citizens' ticket, which was
defeated. At that time his opponent was Mr. Harry J.
Schultz, the present occupant.
BALTIMORE CITY—(Third Legislative District.)
O. C. MARTENET, Democrat.
O. C. Martenet was born in Baltimore, October 25, 1857.
He attended private schools in Washington and the Balti-
more City College and later graduated from the Bryant,
Strattou and Sadler Business College. He was connected
with several publishing firms during the early years of his
life and afterwards became associated with Samuel T.
Walker in the real estate business. At the retirement of
Mr. Walker, Mr. Martenet continued the business under
the firm name of O. C. Martenet.
CHARLES E. SIEGMUND, Democrat.
Charles E. Siegmund, from the Nineteenth ward, is a
lawyer by profession. Mr. Siegmund was born in Brooklyn,
N. Y., in 1869, and moved to Baltimore when he was a
boy. He was educated at the City College and the Mary-
land University School of Law, graduating from the latter
institution in 1895. He is a Heptasoph and a Mason.
WILLIAM L. COVER, Democrat.
William Lincoln Cover, of the Twentieth ward, is a
photographer. Mr. Cover was born January 5, 1844, in
Frederick county, Md., and was brought up and educated
there, attending the public schools and Emmitsburg
Academy. He came to Baltimore about 28 years ago and
for the past 25 years has been in business at his present
place. He is a member and past master of Arcana Lodge