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is the to as impetuous well diplomatic corps, judges of the Supremo Court and a few personal friends. FELIX. liristor's Defence. XYAUK, N. Y., May 10.--Promptly at 10 o'clock this morning' the opening address in the second trial Ilev. George Bristor for assaulting Ida Downes on December 10 and 11, 1885, commenced at New City in a densely crowded court room. At tho conclusion of District Attorney's brilliant opening Ida Downs was called the first witness. She reiterated her former story. Her testimony not shaken by cross examination. After hearing the testimony of Deputy Sheriff Fisher, who took Ida from Bristor's house, and of Mrs. Thomas Gemmell, to whom she first told her story, Mr. Howe moved to dismiss the complaint on the ground that no corroborating evidence had been produced. Judge Cullen denied the motion. During Iho recess Mr. and Mrs. Bristor, surrounded by a score of congregational friends, ate a tempting lunch on the broad greeu lawn in frout of Court House. At half-past one Judge Groo, o Middletown, opened ably for the de. fence, his address, lasting forty-five minutes. Mrs. John C. Wood testified that Ida had related her story in presence. That afternoon at the canvas, spots, Lace $3.50 on great plain 25 The for thirty The light are Summer liked, twilled plaids. gray, in., Hair but Same as $1.25. A

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  1. Denton Journal,
  2. 14 May 1887, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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