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THE 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 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 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, oe thought, would be a fair juror. Mr. Roth, a liveryman, ha 1 heard nothing personal and tooa'ht a fair trial 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 gn-at 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- 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, Juii;e Jackson derided that the pn;Tiition was entitled to the closing

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 25 Feb 1893, Sat,
  3. Page 12

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