From The Sun Oct. 16-22, 1844Oct. 18: Yesterday morning...

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October 16, 1994|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Oct. 16-22, 1844

Oct. 18: Yesterday morning, A. J. Zeller was brought before Justice Schaeffer, charged with voting illegally at the late election. He confessed, and was fined $20 and costs.

Oct. 19: In Baltimore for the last year or two, there has been sold a great quantity of Paris hats, purchased by many from a supposition that they are superior to those of domestic production.

Oct. 22: A pretty little place of worship called Huntingdon Chapel, near the toll gate on the Govanstown Road, was dedicated on Sabbath afternoon last.

From The Sun Oct. 16-22, 1894

Oct. 16: The sale of the miscellaneous library of the late Severn Teackle Wallis was begun last night by Matthews & Kirkland at their warerooms on South Charles Street.

Oct. 20: The Filbert Manufacturing Co., for making edible fats by a patent process, was incorporated yesterday. The capital stock is $25,000.

From The Sun Oct. 16-22, 1944

Oct. 18: Television is not going to be a poor man's entertainment any time soon after the war, the Federal Communications Commission was told today, and the chances are that only cities of half a million or more residents will be able to support a television broadcast station.

Oct. 19: The 384th and last Liberty ship to be produced at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyard will be launched today. Mrs. Elsie Alexender, who has six sons and a stepson in the Army, Navy, Marines and Seabees, will christen the S.S. Samar.

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