From The Sun Jan. 7-13, 1846Jan. 8: The Savings Bank of...


January 07, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun Jan. 7-13, 1846

Jan. 8: The Savings Bank of Baltimore -- The numerous depositors in this valuable and well conducted institution will find its annual report in our columns to-day.

Jan. 12: On Saturday a man named George Taylor was arrested and brought before Justice Schaefer, on charges of stealing a cow and selling it to a citizen for four dollars.

Jan. 13: A meeting of slave-holders was held in Centreville, on Tuesday last, for the purpose of taking some action in reference to the frequent loss of their slaves.

From The Sun Jan. 7-13, 1896

Jan. 7: The young ladies of Towson will open a room this morning in the basement of the Law Building, opposite the courthouse, for the purpose of furnishing hot coffee free to the conductors

and motormen of the York Road line.

Jan. 8: The tug Edgar Luckenbach yesterday made a trial trip to test a new boiler put in by the E. J. Codd Company. Thomas A. Jones, colored, is chief engineer of the Luckenbach.

From The Sun Jan. 7-13, 1946

Jan. 10: Baltimoreans are going to wait on street corners even longer than they do now before their trolley cars and buses come along, officials of the Baltimore Transit Company predicted yesterday.

Jan. 11: "Miles O' Dimes" booths will reappear at three Baltimore street intersections Monday as the 1946 March of Dimes campaign against infantile paralysis opens locally.

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