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Maryland Manual, 1903
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BENSON B. D. BOND, Republican.

Mr. Bond has been Clerk to the County Commissioners
since July, 1894, and previous to that was Clerk from 1877 to
1881, and was Examiner to the School Commissioners from
January, 1889, to May, 1890. He is a farmer, and was born
November 22, 1848, and educated at Charlotte Hall School.


Mr. Goslin is a merchant and farmer of Federalsburg. He
was a member of the House of Delegates in 1890 and a mem-
ber of the Ways and Means Committee. In 1892 he was
made president 'of the board of auditors of the accounts of
public officials of Caroline County, and retained the position
for seven years. He was successful in improving the finan-
cial condition of the county, and thereby saved the taxpayers
much interest. His interest in this work was the cause of
his receiving the unprecedented majority of three hundred
and eighty-four in the recent election. Mr. Goslin was born
May, 1857.


Mr. Willey was born at Drawbridge, February 16, 1869,
and after going through the public schools, took a business
course at Bryant & Stratton's Business College, Baltimore.
He was engaged in merchandising until 1896, since then has
been a packer of fruits and vegetables. Mr. Willey is
married and has one son.

JESSE W. Fuss, Democrat.

Mr. Fuss is a farmer, and one of the inventors of the Rus-
sell & Fuss Brothers' patent mail transportation. He was
born near Union Bridge, on August 14, 1863. He is now
serving his second term in the Legislature, having led the
legislative ticket this fall by 284.

JAMES D. HAINES, Democrat.

Mr. Haines was born December 18, 1850, at Union Bridge,
and after attending the public schools of the county entered
Western Maryland College. He is a farmer.

JOSEPH H. KAIN, Democrat.

Mr. Kain was born July 15, 1855, in West Virginia. He
was educated at Williamsport, Pa., and Baltimore. He is a
druggist, but since 1884 has been in the hotel business.


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