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.
On St. Patrick’s Day, 1897, “Ruby” Robert Fitzsimmons challenged “Gentleman” Jim Corbett for the heavyweight boxing championship of the world.
Pretty Ida Lawrence gets arrested while entertaining some hackmen in Cincinnati, O.