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CLYDE LOCATES IN MARYLAND. It is announced that Thomas Clyde, the millionaire horseman, has taken up his residence permanent ly n the .VM acre farm which he rei-ently bought mar Salisbury, Md.. to be used as a breeding establishment for thoroughbreds. Mr. Clyde will spend a large sum in beautifying the place and will make it the handsomest farm on the Delaware and Maryland peninsula. Mr. Clyde, who is forty years old and a bachelor, ia a son of the late William Clyde, founder of the Clyde Steamship Line, recently sold to the International Navigation Company. As the largest individual stockholder, lie received beveral millions in cash aud block.