From The Sun Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1840Oct. 1: We understand...


September 30, 1990|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1840

Oct. 1: We understand that a watchman named Shipley was somewhat injured in the neighborhood of Cove and German Streets, in an effort to quell a disturbance caused by some rowdies.

Oct. 3: The cars from Philadelphia due here at 11 o'clock on Thursday night, did not arrive until near three o'clock yesterday morning on account of being thrown from the track through some cause.

From The Sun Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1890

Sept. 30: Oysters yesterday reached the highest price so far this season. Fair stock brought $1.10 per bushel while inferior quality did not rule below 70 cents.

Oct. 2: The new insane asylum building at Bayview is up to the second story and preparations are being made to put it under roof. When completed it will accommodate about 130 persons.

From The Sun Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1940

Oct. 5: Wendell L. Willkie, Republican Presidential candidate, will come to Baltimore the last week of this month to address a party mass meeting, W. David Tilghman, Jr., chairman of the Republican State Central Committee, announced last night.

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