Adeline Duval's Case Chicago Tribune 21 Nov, 1885

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Adeline Duval's Case
Chicago Tribune 21 Nov, 1885 - weight or about 200 tons to new yuarters....
weight or about 200 tons to new yuarters. ADELINE DUVAL'S CASE. Adeline Duval, the young French-Canadian French-Canadian French-Canadian who shot Edward Quivit at the National Hotel Tuesday, was again before Justice Meech yesterday yesterday morning. She looked pale and dejected, and when Quivit stepped forward with his head all bandaged up she made an attempt to address him, but he shranK back behind an officer, muttering: "I haf nutin' to say to you." Mr. Linscott, the attorney for the prisoner, said he was not ready with his witnesses, witnesses, and the case was continued till next Wednesday. An officer remarked to Quivit, "You can easily bo here then. You only work three or four blocks away." Quivit, with an air of determination, replied: " I vould come eef cet vere feel ty blocks avay." Sometime alter, just as the police were going to take the delected prisoner back to tne county jan, Michael Cassius McDonald, who happened to ho nresent. pitied tne girl's friendless condi tion and t:aved the Good Samaritan. H signed her bond for $500, remarking as he did so. " It's a pity that you didn't kill the scoun drel." The handsome Frenchwoman was pro fuse In her thanks to her deliverer. LAKE IKISI1S1EN WILL ASSIST. convention tho Lar-rabee, W. to is to each to the held and the three the prayer-book the J. this operations. Ten

Clipped from Chicago Tribune21 Nov 1885, SatPage 8

Chicago Tribune (Chicago, Illinois)21 Nov 1885, SatPage 8
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