Mabel Herbett and Mamie Brown fight for George Woodward in Pleasantville, N.J.
Great baseball match between the Atlantic and Boxford Clubs of Brooklyn.
Young and Ardent Bob Toppin, a Newark, N. J., youth, does some tall climbing in order to meet his sweetheart, pretty Miss Hobbie, a parson’s daughter.
She backed Harrison, and had to wheel Henry Singer in a barrow, at Atlantic City, N. J.
A “friendly” poker scheme exposed at Bogota, N. J., by one of the players squealing.
Miss Belle Collis, of Newark, N. J., surprises the neighbors by her want of thought.
The great game recently played between teams representing the colleges of Princeton and Yale, on the former's grounds, Thanksgiving Day.
Farmers with their wives and buxom daughters enjoy their annual bath in old ocean, at Spring Lake Beach, N. J.
Miss Mamie Gannon, of Jersey City, attacks reporter Lenhart with a horsewhip for traducing her character in his newspaper.
The frightful picture of crime and debauchery which has given notoriety to Mary Jane Cawley’s backwoods dive at Cookstown, N. J.
Downed by Kindness After defying a host of armed keepers, James Driscoll, in the Trenton, N. J. State prison succumbs to a gentle word.
Poster for the 1898 Broadway show "Have You Seen Smith?"