From The Sun April 4-10, 1843April 4: There are now three...


April 04, 1993|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun April 4-10, 1843

April 4: There are now three trains a day from Baltimore to Washington City. One at 2 o'clock a.m., one at 9 a.m., and one at 4 p.m.

April 5: A subscriber wishes us to call the attention of the proper authorities to a collection of bad boys who are nightly in the habit of gathering at and near the corner of Mulberry and Pearl streets, and amuse themselves by making mud balls and throwing them at passers by.

April 8: Several articles intended for this day's paper are

crowded out.

From The Sun April 4-10, 1893

April 5: The applause, only moderate at first, at Ford's Opera House yesterday afternoon grew more and more hearty at each new performance of the great pianist, Ignace Paderewski.

April 7: Since the beginning of rapid transit in Baltimore, in May, 1891, thirteen persons have lost their lives and forty-one have more or less been injured. This record is appalling.

From The Sun April 4-10, 1943

April 4: The War Department yesterday announced that Second Lieutenant Luther Cox, of Ferndale, was among Germany's prisoners of war.

April 6: Beverly Hills, Calif. -- Dorothy Lamour and Capt. William Ross Howard 3d of Baltimore will be married at 3 p.m. Wednesday in a quiet ceremony at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Castleberry.

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