From The Sun Oct. 1-7, 1845Oct. 1: We are told that one of...

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October 01, 1995|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Oct. 1-7, 1845

Oct. 1: We are told that one of the corporation pumps in South Gay Street have refused to supply the thirsty with water. This won't do!

Oct. 6: Whoever is digging that cellar for a vault in High Street, a short distance north of Lombard, should be more careful in fixing a fence around it. We are told that three persons fell into it Saturday night.

From The Sun Oct. 1-7, 1895

Oct. 4: A baby boy about a week old was found in a basket at the corner of Eden and Chase streets, by Mr. Joseph W. Deckner late Wednesday night. It had evidently been abandoned.

Oct. 7: A monument to Hemsley Nichols, founder of the Grand Tabernacle of Gilliean Fishermen, colored, was unveiled yesterday in Laurel Hill Cemetery, on the Belair Road.

From The Sun Oct. 1-7, 1945

Oct. 1: Shangri-La, the late President Roosevelt's secret mountain retreat on top of the highest peak in the Catoctin range, near Thurmont, was opened yesterday for inspection by newspaper reporters and photographers.

Oct. 7: The Johns Hopkins 118th General Hospital, which is still very busy with the job of providing medical care for American soldiers in the Pacific, has been awarded a commendation for its work during the southern Philippines campaign.

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