A Manheim, N.Y., Maiden insert an advertisement in a matrimonial paper and is astonished at the result.
A man's head blown to atoms by the explosion of a beer barrel on Long Island.
Vacationers leaving Lake George, New York, 1879.
The next thing in order - The Hudson River Palisades Art Galery.
How two Dizzy Girls Advertised Their Charms and Political Faith.
Great baseball match between the Atlantic and Boxford Clubs of Brooklyn.
Startling accident at the draw bridge of the Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad, Federal Street, Troy, N. Y., Saturday, Sept 23.
Society’s male darlings “making up” their faces for the purpose of “looking pretty” to their addlepated female counterparts; Saratoga, N. Y.
Alleged bout between Annie Russell and Elizabeth Sullivan, two pretty clerks in a Buffalo, N. Y.
Lendall Pratt, and aged Long Islander, kills himself while in a political frenzy.
A special from Canajoharie, Sept 26, says: Duncan Clark, manager of Clark’s Female Minstrels, will probably not visit the Mohawk valley again very soon.
Minnie Hull, a dashing young lady from the watering place, is unjustly or otherwise accused of crookedness.
The Bravery of charming Miss Jaffray, the daughter of a New York millionaire, saves many lives at Irvington, N. Y.
Some of Uncle Sam’s land and water police have a genial shindy among themselves at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Westchester County is all agog over the case of the Rev. Mr. White, accused of violently assaulting the sister-in-law of a brother clergyman. We illustrate the scene.
Mrs. Cary cures her husband of flirting by ascending in a balloon at Buffalo, N. Y.
We give in our present number a correct sketch of one of the largest specimens of the Porpoise that has ever been seen.
Alleged cancan dance indulged in by young male and female swells at Jamestown, New York.
A female thief who carries a baby in her arms and made its flowing skirts a cover for stolen goods
Water witches who frolic with Neptune, no matter how cold his embrace.
How a loving bridal couple were suddenly transformed into a brace of absconding counterfeiters.
Pawn tickets make bad collateral.
How They Meet Behind the Scenes - Temptations and Trials of the High Kickers.
A simple schoolgirl prank spawned a new belief with millions of followers.
Of the many forms of bank robbery, the bank sneak had the safest, easiest and most lucrative method of all.
Waifs and strays of a great city - A group of homeless New York Newsboys.
Anthony Comstock was on a personal mission to protect America from vice.
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Two Little Gem Theatre, Buffalo, N. Y., Soubrettes have a scrap on account of a man.
Cupid in Tompkins Square
The term “bunco” has come to mean to any type of swindle, but in the 19th century it usually referred to a confidence game involving crooked gambling.
How the battering-ram process is applied by the bulls and bears to while away the idle hours of the dull season.
Cardiff, New York, October 16, 1869.
The Audacity of a Professional Thief.
An unruly horse causes great excitement in the Metropolitan Opera House, this city.
A couple of residents of Georgetown, Colorado, started out on a hunting expedition about twenty miles east of town. On arriving at the scene of operations, its being late, they concluded to camp for the night. Early next morning one of the party decides to go to some convenient spot and prepare what the hunters call a "dear lick." He started out with a yeast powder can filled with salt, and sugar. While pushing his way through the bushes he suddenly came face to face with a huge black hear.
Not liking the intrusion, the bear reared up, prepared to fight. The hunter and the bear were so close to each other that neither could very well back out. The only weapons the hunter had were the salt and sugar. Believing that the salt was the best weapon at hand, he dashed the can full of salt directly in the bear's eyes, and while bruin was scratching the salt out of his peepers the hunter pegged away on his head with the sugar until his bearship gave up the contest and fled. The hunter, not caring to follow up his advantage, returned to camp to relate his adventure.
Illustrated Police News, November 16, 1871.