A bold and eccentric individual, who is alarming the girls and puzzling the authorities of Exeter, Mass.
A “friendly” poker scheme exposed at Bogota, N. J., by one of the players squealing.
J. C. McLean, of Anderson, Ind., discovers that his wife is of a too-loving nature.
James Toohey, a Covington, Neb., scullion, gets awfully mad and fatally stabs a man about town named Erwin.
There is a class of publications whose lives depend upon their successful appeal to vicious instincts.
But what a lovely sensation she created among the Henderson, Tenn. sweet girls and susceptible boys before her sex was discovered.
Mrs. Cary cures her husband of flirting by ascending in a balloon at Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. Miller Forcibly Removes Her Two Sons form a Football Game at Bridgeport, Conn.
Waldo, Florida, September 1894 - Dan Wiggins, a notorious wife beater of Waldo, Fla., was dragged from his home by masked men recently. Wiggins was carried into the woods and lashed to a tree. Several women of the neighborhood, who sympathized with Mrs. Wiggins, were present, and as soon as Wiggins had been tied, they began to whip him. After he was beaten unmercifully, Wiggins was untied and left to make his way home. It is thought he will die from the beating.
Reprinted from The National Police Gazette, September 29, 1894