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in Story Told By a Poor Salem Immediately «oe» Wanking to Repay Money Taken by Her Bv T\t in this morning he had a ^ ^ is of Mike i t h - , i V * ^ out ficers taken -pirit- debility the Refreshing aniiety take . i i r , i j , j i i I am 59 years for he had purchased what mouth organ,' feel sad case of poverty in connection with which there is a pathetic story of a woman's hard-hips was discovered in this city last Saturday night. Mrs. Mclaughlin is a poor widow woman who resides in tbe Red Row liroadwav. Some days ago Mrs. Philip Shoe, a neighbor, lost a pocketbook containing $1 82. llrs. MtLangh heard of the loss and suspected that her little boy had iound the certain that she had n :\ for any such luxury, j questioned him about it. At i he stoutly denied that he knew about the money but finally that he had found tbe that he had i pocketbook He said say and are ^ cents fo _ determined bue applied to the mayor but received her that Mrs. McLaughlin was DEAR parole was sometime ;heir hoped that TUCKER Wants Tor had then thrown tbe pocketbook is , , - ,, . . Sworn to and subscribed the remainder of the money into sewer. Mrs. Shoe heard of the boy's confession and wanted her money. Mrs. McLaughlin said that the boy was a help to her and pleaded that not be prosecuted, agreeing that she would repay the sum out hard earned money which she received for washing. She sent 50 cents to Mrs. Shoe and to send the remainder in a time but last Saturday night Mrs: Shoe became impatient and demanded the remainder of the money. as- I and would pay the money and case was dropped. · THEY

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  1. The Salem Daily News,
  2. 12 Feb 1894, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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