Girl's Story

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Girl's Story - leave W^b- at«Ving William the gentleman shot...
leave W^b- at«Ving William the gentleman shot on Wed county, arrived in wil- Lain. He hi» co-- of Philadelphia, of this np He is and this, willbriag nhoittime. tbe -id- tiain. ao- Fred .iBBcr. narrowly Market evening. liave of a ti*(n pnlled to the door entcr- to get to had gatht red a« adept JQi"p\ng ja«t is platform. «M on h" finally his baek. si»k3ns in, jo/npsi, want to go to OhfcrUs iwler. Hall. ws« his V.-T.I young -»-ar, twenty -one Jorfc Of ex- ex- procured a war."t fnr her a^oot. 1MB QI*T, HR»F,iEl. The chief procured a and bug^y and d'OVO do^A to Mrs. I'VkenBlAin'ii, where he w=« informed that Hattie n«d gone to her home in Warrensville. R*rly Satwtday evening he drove to Warrens- vdle, and ww inforrtied at the home ,of the uirl's F-«nts that she h»d not been there, ^e drove back and visited the Kokenntein hon«e. Here Hattie was found, and taking her IP the buggy drove to the point she bad d.-frignated, but *he girl w a s nnable to point oat the houss. The Chief wwt f^bsfied, and accused the girl of the ori--e, inforuiicg her that he was an officer and that ahe wa« noder arrest Hattie immediately broke down and confooeod. The omoer and hi« prisoner drove down to Alderman Ste-d's oftloe, where a ooni.-iitmeat w»» made out and ahe was coifitmttod to jail without bail. TUB OlftT.'s wiORT OP I H K UKTHK Hattie Aderbold, the accused n.urder ets, in a plain featured girl, and rather below the ordinary grade of intelligence. She k)l'» a sr^ story of her *rongs. Two years »RO she went to live with relatives at Fulton, Ohio, where her troublon bo gan. She claims to have b*»n r,arried to a young man na-»ed Ttock Finding he.j"-If in an unplc- "t condition she had Bwk «.rr_rC*d. I'^e .-attrf w^ eom- pro--iMd by an aKmAc»nent to pay $800, of which sn»- »he rsooiwd $100 and left Ohio for her Penoaylvania hon.e Jrter father turnad her off, and tbe retorned to Ohio, and finally o«me b«ok to Wil- lia,..«port, seeking refnge in the HO* pit«l. On tbe evening of Ap*H 1Mb she *«, ·»lking down Fiontstrxst, in aoon- dition* of -'-ind bordeflng on dis traction. The child w-- a burden for wWch «be could fin* tro «ef»i 6 « Witri il she oonld not hui* for anything. A ,HO«ientsry irt.pnlJ3 »i«od her, and before "-liBinp ths enormity of her o-.-.» ·*·- rn*nM np the i»iltoad e-- ; bank»ient, stripped the infant and tc-«d it to it's watery g.ave, Be.i.ois« s*i«3d h«r intlantly, --wi she endeavored to rwaue the child but it w-- too late, it w«« AKA and be youd the unbappv mothers ritoo. The oiron-s'-ocn following are related Kn- r cllrys th4t Cleverly i» F-arly on Dnble oapktroda on Park to the police hce»ian Bebo. residence, r o~r »nd proved to be aged aboat upstairs banting a thirte«« Duble, and aUri- prowod MIM Dnble w*« robber's to be called Chief Russell interview with informed theu- plioos, Jooeph White, both the same age Poindexter .ian Thoiii-1 Both of the-« innocent t ^ Men«, boys, tennis shoea -r*. and and button, of ur i OWN

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  1. Williamsport Sun-Gazette,
  2. 19 May 1890, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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