A ruffianly brawl at Haman's Hotel, Greensburg, Ind.
Her struggle was useless, the life-blood was pouring from a gaping wound in her throat.
Two girls, who had been ill-treated by a fake mesmerist, get revenge in Indianapolis, Ind.
A father of Indianapolis, Ind., catches his daughter drinking wine with a jovial crowd at a notorious local roadhouse.
A little incident that marred actor Lawrence Hanley’s wedding night in Terre Haute, Ind.
A gang of pickpockets go through an excursion train near Wabash, Ind.
J. C. McLean, of Anderson, Ind., discovers that his wife is of a too-loving nature.
John Walters, of Richmond, Indiana becomes a victim of his love for the national game.
Miss Sallie Utterback, of Shoals, Near Vincennes, Indiana, knocks out a man with a waggin’ tongue.
Miss Sallie Utterback, of Shoals, Near Vincennes, Indiana, knocks out a man with a waggin' tongue.
Buffalo, New York, May 1893 – Though it would seem to be a conflict of interest, The Christian Homestead Association produced this map of the Canal District in 1893, showing the locations of 75 houses of ill-fame, 108 saloons, 19 “free theatre saloons” and 76 more mundane retail establishments. The Erie Canal, which brought growth and prosperity to Buffalo, also brought neighborhoods like this one, and the clientele to keep them thriving. It is uncertain exactly why the CHA would create a map like this, but it must have been helpful to someone.