Her struggle was useless, the life-blood was pouring from a gaping wound in her throat.
Burning of Steamers on the Ohio River at Cincinnati May 17, 1869.
Perilous Situation of a Skating Party on the Ohio River Near Zanesville, Ohio.
Actress Dorothy Morton cowhided in Heucks’ Theatre, Cincinnati, by irate chorus girls.
A Sandusky citizen, the father of Capt. Jacob Garrett of Springfield, O., has a novel experience which he will not soon forget.
Actor Ricardo’s bluff jump from the stage to the audience at the Grand Opera House, Columbus, Ohio.
Wine suppers, fine dresses and rolls of greenbacks cause a young and fascinating Cincinnati girl to cast aside the mantle of virtue.
William Peters, a Cincinnati dude, tries to mash Maggie Bolton but gets mashed instead.
A Cincinnati girl parades the streets in male attire and is yanked in for her temerity and immodesty.
Pete Baker thrashes H. J. Jenkins for trying to flirt with the actor’s daughter in Dayton, O.
Westfield, Ohio, October 23, 1887 - The Sudden Insanity of Rev J. R. Young. He uses profane language in a Sunday school at Westfield, Ohio.
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Pretty Ida Lawrence gets arrested while entertaining some hackmen in Cincinnati, O.
A daring attempt was made to rob Scott's bank at Palmerston, Ontario, Canada, on the morning of June 9th. By a ruse J. W. Scott, proprietor, was got rid of, and about eleven o'clock a person closely-veiled and dressed in woman's clothes went into the office and wished to deposit $2.000. Teller Bert Boomer showed his customer to a seat in the private office until he got through with other customers. When he returned to the veiled one he was asked to lock the door until the deposit was made. As the customer appeared very nervous Boomer complied with the request. and on returning to the private office the party displayed a large knife and ordered him into the washroom. Boomer refused to go and a struggle ensued, the teller getting badly cut and otherwise injured, Finally he overcame the robber, took the knife from him and on stripping the veil from his face found himself confronted by one Ben Rigg, a resident of the town. Rigg was arrested.
National Police Gazette, July 3, 1886.