THE COXTRIER-JOURNAL, COXTRIER-JOURNAL, WILL BE TRIED HERE. Motion For a Change of Venue In the Stiver Case Overruled. Ja. ;e Jacks! Bolls Tkat a Jef-Tersei Jef-Tersei Jef-Tersei Cent? Jirj Will Be Fair, Published Reports Presented Prove That the People Were Prejudiced. To A Jury Impaneled With Great Difficulty and had heard the other witness tea-Max tea-Max tea-Max Sale had heard the Stivers held us to conteoiDt at the Biiou and ituokinghatn theaters. Mr. Farsons mae the point that this was merely a " local hit. such as it is the eustom of Bohemian sew to make in" every twwn. He, himself, himself, oe thought, would be a fair juror. Mr. Roth, a liveryman, ha 1 heard nothing personal and tooa'ht a fair trial obtainable obtainable here. Mr. Conrad had heard omria onfaviirable rritirism of the defendants, and tlioncht a prejudi exists against them nere. A son of the witness is the nuin 1 of a sitr of Mrs. Mivers. M. L. Oinrad had heard it said by some that the reivers otisht to be hiiniied or driven out of the country. In liis opinion opinion gn-at gn-at gn-at pivjuJie-j pivjuJie-j pivjuJie-j eioted In ttiin plaee against, tbem. Ho luid heaa people say tliat they should nut have any jnatice. Officer Leathernatn was the last wit- wit- nes examined. Aa far as his knowl edge went the prcjudii'e spaiiut bhn is very great, ilf liad beard numerous ex pnions of verv bhter feiing. Cap.i. Ha?an then introduced a large nnmher of mwsuper reports and opin ions in meara u cue case. The burden NHng upon the Conifnon-weahh, Conifnon-weahh, Conifnon-weahh, Juii;e Jackson derided that the pn;Tiition was entitled to the closing ursument.