I urge readers seeking a copy of "Maggie: Girl of the Streets" to avoid the Wordsworth Classics printing of the text. Much of the dialogue, as well as some of the narration, has been modified to remove words like "damn" and "heluva." I've not looked into why this modification was done, but I know it can significantly affect how the reader interprets the rather abrupt conclusion to this work. Some sentences that contain no vulgarity (if it can even be called that) have also been changed for no evident reason.
My advice? Get in on Kindle for your PC.