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Maryland Manual, 1904
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organ of the county. Mr. Brewington was first elected to
the Senate in 1890, after one of the most memorable fights in
the State, defeating the Hon. William H. Jackson, now Con-
gressman from the First District. During his four years' ser-
vice in the Senate he served on many of the most important
committees, and offered some of the most important bills of
1900 and 1902. Mr. Brewington was re-elected this year by a
good majority. He is a high Mason, a Knight Templar and
member of the Mystic Shrine. He is also a big Elk, a Knight
of Pythias, a Red Man and a member of the Royal Arcanum.
He is married and has one son.

Worcester County—JOHN P. MOORE Democrat.

Mr. Moore, one of the most prominent citizens of Snow
Hill, is an excellent business man, having accumulated a for-
tune while yet a young man. He was educated at Delaware
College, and is a well-read man, possessing a splendid library.
He has been Chairman of the Democratic State Central Com-
mittee for a number of years, and has also served as Chairman
of the Committee on Corporations and Executive Nominations
in the Senate of 1900, to which he was elected to fill the un-
expired term of Hon. John Walter Smith. He was unani-
mously nominated and re-elected by an increased majority to
the Senate of 1002, though not even in the country at flip time
of nomination or election, being detained in France on account
of the illness of his son. He was appointed a Colonel on the
Governor's staff. Mr. Moore is a Mason and a member of the
committee of the Presbyterian Church.


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