The orgies indulged in by Yale students and their female friends.
The great trouble in aerial navigation.
Mrs. Bested seized by two men while giving a séance at Hartford, Conn.
The Misses Franklin, of Glenn Falls, Conn., armed with pistol and axe, put a burglar to flight minus two fingers.
She resides in a swamp near Branford, Conn, and fills the rustics with terror.
Miss Venus De Medici, of Italy, outranges the ideas of Norwalk, Conn., Citizens and is Garbed.
In 1898, the Reverend Prescott F. Jernegan founded the Electrolytic Marine Salts Company to extract gold from seawater. When the gold ran out, so did Rev. Jernegan, taking the company’s capital.
The 5th of this month was sagnalized on Blackwell’s Island by a ball, given to the patients of the Insane Asylum, in honor of the completion of the first of a series of four frame buildings, recently commence in consequence of the overcrowded state of the institution.
Their delusions forgotten, many of the patients whirled about in glee, which, though wild, did not exceed the bounds of common-sense propriety; others were merly roused from their apathetic state, and gazed with a slight smile upon the scene.
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 8, 1865.