Burning of Steamers on the Ohio River at Cincinnati May 17, 1869.
Actress Dorothy Morton cowhided in Heucks’ Theatre, Cincinnati, by irate chorus girls.
A Cincinnati woman gets up a lively street sensation by vigorously thrashing a man on the sidewalk, and explains to the crowd that he was her runaway husband, whom she had industriously sought for that sole purpose.
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.
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Pretty Ida Lawrence gets arrested while entertaining some hackmen in Cincinnati, O.
She resides in a swamp near Branford, Conn, and fills the rustics with terror.
|A special from New Haven, Oct. 28 says: For several weeks past sportsmen who have been hunting in the woods in the vicinity of Branford have from time to time seen a young woman darting about among the trees. She is apparently about sixteen years of age, wears no hat or shoes, and her clothing hangs in tatters about her, barley covering her form. Who she is, where she lives or where she came from is unknown. On several occasions when addressed she replied in incoherent language and ended her sentence with wild, hysterical laughter. Any attempt to approach her is fruitless. She runs like a dear and leaps stone walls and fences in a single bound. Her retreat is believed to be in Towner’s swamp, about two miles from Branford Center, as she seeks refuge there when pursued. It is supposed that the girl has been the inmate of some asylum from which she escaped. The authorities and citizens of Branford are to organize and if possible capture her and place her in some one of the State institutions.|
Reprinted from National Police Gazette, November 19. 1887.