150 years ago in The SunNov. 3: Dead Dog -- A large dead...

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November 03, 1996|By Fred Rasmussen

150 years ago in The Sun

Nov. 3: Dead Dog -- A large dead dog has been laying for two or three days in the gutter, at the corner of Bond and Alisana streets. It is rather offensive and should be removed. Whose business is to see it done?

Nov. 9: Milk -- few families or individuals know the advantage of selecting this generous fluid from honest and worthy dealers.

1OO years ago in The Sun

Nov. 4: The Republicans carried the State of Maryland for McKinley and sound money by about 30,872 majority over Bryan -- the largest majority since the turn over of the State to Democrats in 1867, when Oden Bowie was elected Governor, and over 11,000 more than Governor Lowndes received last year.

Nov. 5: Mr. J. W. Dunn, manager for Mr. Jesse Tyson at his place, "Cylburn," near Melvale, has complained to the County Commissioners of being bothered by tramps who sleep in the hay barracks.

Nov. 7: The Pennsylvania Railroad has reduced the minimum charge for carrying bicycles on passenger trains from 15 cents to 10 cents.

50 years ago in The Sun

Nov. 4: Fires aboard a gasoline-laden tanker and a freighter loaded with hay and live stock, following a collision in the fog in the Chesapeake Bay off Sandy Point, were extinguished early yesterday morning.

Nov. 6: William Preston Lane Jr., Hagerstown Democrat, swept the election for Governor of Maryland yesterday on a big vote in the city of Baltimore and by holding his own in the counties of the State.

Nov. 8: Keenan Wynn, the most rapidly developing comedian in pictures, almost talks your ears off in an effort to save "The Thrill of Brazil," at the Hippodrome Theater from tedium.

Pub Date: 11/03/96

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