Thursday, August 22, 2019

1892 - THE BORDEN MURDER. Preparations for the Preliminary Hearing of Lizzie Borden.


1890s
Highland Brand Evaporated Cream
Highland, Ill.
Trumbull, Connecticut, USA

1865 - THE LAST MURDER BY RAIL.
Bridgeport, Conn., August 15. - An extra freight train was sent up the Housatonic Road this afternoon. By an accident to the cylinder of the engine, the freight train stopped on the track, near the... Read MORE...

The Adams Sentinel -  Gettysburg, Pennsylvania  -  August 22, 1865
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Saginaw, Michigan, USA

1866 - TERRIFIC TORNADO. THREE BUILDINGS BLOWN DOWN - ONE MAN KILLED AND THREE SEVERELY INJURED BY THE FALLING WALLS.
From the Saginaw (Mich.) Enterprise, Aug. 13.
About 2 1/ 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon a small black cloud passed over this city, and almost in an instant, without the least warning, a terrific gale... Read MORE...

The New York Times -  New York, New York -  August 22, 1866
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Watertown, New York, USA

1868 - Mention was made some time since of the resident of Watertown, N. Y., who wheeled his wife on a wheelbarrow from that place to Saratoga.
The trip was undertaken, on the advice of a physician, for the benefit of the wife's health. Recently the couple passed through Utica on their way home, the woman restored to health, and walking... Read MORE...

St Joseph Herald -  Saint Joseph, Michigan -  August 22, 1868
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1800s Cooking Tips and Recipes

Green Corn Pudding - Grate a dozen ears of corn; season with a teaspoonful of white pepper;...Read MORE...



The Willimantic Chronicle, Willimantic, Conn., September 28, 1881
Harvard, Massachusetts, USA

1868 - Mary Woodward on Trial
Mrs. Mary Woodward, of Harvard, Mass., has been held in $1,000 for trial on a charge of inhumanly treating her step-son, six years of age. It was testified in the Police Court that the child had been ... Read MORE...

St Joseph Herald -  Saint Joseph, Michigan -  August 22, 1868
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Friends Kiln Dried Rolled White Oats
Muscatine Oat-Meal Co., Muscatine, Iowa
Dressing with Two Hundred Dollars Per Year
Fall River, Massachusetts, USA

1892 - THE BORDEN MURDER. Preparations for the Preliminary Hearing of Lizzie Borden.
Fall River, Mass., Aug. 22. - Miss Lizzie A. Borden arrived here from the Taunton jail this morning and will be given a preliminary hearing on a charge of murder this afternoon, beginning at 2... Read MORE...

Harrisburg Telegraph -  Harrisburg, Pennsylvania -  August 22, 1892
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St Paul, Minnesota, USA

1904 - SIXTEEN PEOPLE KILLED - The Tornado at Twin Cities Wrought Devastation.
It Cut a Pathway Eight Miles Long Through the Business District - Hundreds of Fine Shade Trees Ruined.

St. Paul, Minn., August 22. - The tornado which Saturday night struck this city cut a pathway ... Read MORE...

The Sun -  Chanute, Kansas -  August 22, 1904
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Missoula County, Montana, USA (Missoula)

1941 - FAIR GRANDSTAND RAZED BY FLAMES.
Missoula, Mont., Aug. 21. - (UP) - Fire late today destroyed the grandstand of the Western Montana Fair here, a livestock building, 21 automobiles and the tepee village of the Flathead Indian... Read MORE...

Nevada State Journal -  Reno, Nevada -  August 22, 1941
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South Hero, Vermont, USA

1960 - 7 HIGH SCHOOL CLASSMATES KILLED IN VERMONT CRASH.
South Hero, Vt. (UPI) - Gov. Robert T. Stafford has asked for a report on a crash that killed seven youths who graduated from high school together two months ago.

The youths, all from Winooski,... Read MORE...

The Daily Times -  New Philadelphia, Ohio -  August 22, 1960
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1762  August 22 - 1st female (Ann Franklin) US newspaper editor, Newport RI, Mercury

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1868  In digging a foundation in San Francisco, a heavy barrel was exhumed, and great was the excitement when it became rumored that a barrel of gold dust had been hidden there some twenty years ago.
When opened, it proved to be full of very putrid flour.

St Joseph Herald
Saint Joseph, Michigan

1868  A ball was recently held in Bethel, Conn., and during the evening a 200 pound hog was thrust into the door by some of the jealous un-invited ones.


St Joseph Herald
Saint Joseph, Michigan

1885  Mrs Smith of Moultonborough, N. H., took her first dose of medicine at the age of ninety-six. - Boston Globe


St Joseph Herald
Saint Joseph, Michigan

1885  A widow in Wilton, Conn., says she never intends to marry again. She is 104.


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Saint Joseph, Michigan

1902  August 22 – Theodore Roosevelt becomes the first American President to ride in an automobile when he rides in a Columbia Electric Victoria through Hartford, Connecticut.

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1911  August 22 – The theft of the Mona Lisa is discovered in the Louvre.

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America - Did you know? May 14, 1804 - Lewis and Clark set out from St. Louis, Mo., on expedition to explore the West and...Read MORE...



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Quebec - Did you know? Tourtière is a traditional Quebecois meat pie. The filling varies from region to region, but it...Read MORE...



Top 10 Foods to Eat in Quebec (travel.nationalgeographic.com/ travel/ top-10/ foods-to-eat-in-quebec/)
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"The Woodbury Soap Company is an American manufacturer of personal care products such as cold cream, facial cream, facial powder, after-shave talc and ear swabs. Founded in Albany, New York in 1870, the company was sponsor to popular radio programs in the 1930s and 1940s.

The John H. Woodbury company was established in 1870 in Albany, New York by a dermatologist. The company was still in New York in 1901, making and retailing soap, when the Andrew Jergens Company (now a subsidiary of Kao) purchased the company which owned the soap brand, and moved the headquarters to Cincinnati, Ohio." wikipedia

Found at Old Drugstore, St Augustine, Florida
Died August 22

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