From The Sun June 2-8, 1846June 2: Our City Police -- The...


June 02, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

From The Sun June 2-8, 1846

June 2: Our City Police -- The efficiency of our police depends materially upon the countenance and support they receive from the community and this we apprehend is about as plain truth as we could set forth.

June 3: Opening of the Philadelphia Telegraph -- At four o'clock yesterday afternoon, the first connection with Philadelphia was had through the medium of Magnetic Telegraph.

June 8: The Upper Marlborough Gazette says: "We hear complaints from many sections of the country of the scarcity of tobacco plants."

From The Sun June 2-8, 1896

June 3: Mr. David R. Buzby has made extensive additions to his cottage at Ruxton, and with his family will move into it for the summer in a few days.

June 7: The farewell ball given tonight to the graduates of the Naval Academy by the class of '97 was a scene of brilliancy and enjoyment.

From The Sun June 2-8, 1946

June 4: A plea for $50,332 for additional teachers and equipment for the Morgan State College for Negroes was sent to Gov. O'Conor yesterday by Judge Morris A. Soper, chairman of the board of trustees of the college.

June 5: Federal agents and city police -- in a series of marihuana raids and arrests that started yesterday morning -- had seized five men by late last night.

Pub Date: 6/02/96

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