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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 July 1887

'I'H MA~"NGTIMES. WEDNESDAY. iULY 27. 1887. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year, in Advance $1.50. or $2.00 at the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Square, first in sertion. $1.00. Each subsequent insertion. 50c. f Contract Advertising at reduced rates. PERSON.l Prot J. C. Lanham, of Summerton, was in town Monday. Mr. N. A. Hall, our depot agent is quite sick. He has fever. 3iss Emma Schwartz, of Sumter, is visiting at Mr. A. Weinberg's. Mrs. S. A. Nettles has returned from an extended trip to the up-coun try. Misses Carrie and Viola Hayns worth, of Darlington, are spending some time with the family of Dr. H. H. Huggins. Mr. Sidney C. Loryea, a well-to-do merchant of St. Mathews, spent sev eral days in town this week, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Loryen. Mr. C. R Harvin has been suffering for several days from a sunstroke re ce.ved last week. His Dhysician, Dr. Ingram, has pronounced him better. R. 0. Purdy, Esq., with his family,I spent Sunday in town. Mr. Purdy l...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 27 July 1887

AN APPALLING ACCIDENT. An Express Train Runs Into a Body of Work. men, Killing Twelve or Fineen of Thern and Wounding Many Others-The Track Covered with Mangled Men and Blood. A New York dispatch of Thursday says a frightful accident took place that moru ing on the Eric Railroad. between Allen dale and Hohokus. Over a dozen mangled bodies on the track attested the neglect of some one who should have given warngnr. A gang of Italian laborers were blasting on the railroad near a sharp curve about three-quarters of a mile above Hohokus. The Chicago Express. which was due the hour before, had not arrived, and inhese men, whose foreman should have given a warning whistle when the train was ap proaching tf curve, were busy at work unconscious of the terrible fate in store for them. The Express dashed through the gang, killing 12 or 13 and wounding many others. The shrieks of the victims were heartrending. and when the train passed the track preZsented the sickeniug sight of being covered ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 August 1887

--" .110h ~ r VO. In MANNN.('AtNIN(WNYS.XWD SIA.A WT3iK NO3. TIlki ES t )V 11- W- A 1. A 1GLANCE AT CAT' i CON 1 I' ATE !LA(! AT VA' IWNGTON. The Story Told by These Mute ta. of a Lost Caou--itaners of Sill. u:d Banners of Tatter--t-ow ie F1:1A -re iiepwt in the War Depart'aenit. SLtuer to the N.w York war'd.) WAImsNGTON, July 29.-Yesterdiy in walking through the immense granite pile of the State, War aund Navy Depart ments, I was iken with the curisi to see the battle flags whicii ha-ve s,- ,, country'in an uproar. Turning to the right from the maiu corridor t the building on the second floor, I e'tred the commodious apartments of the Ad jutant General's office, and found myself confronting at a corner desk in one of the rooms, a rather statured man, Of well-fed form and placid face, with his -coat off like an ordinary clerk, bending to his work, alternately mopping the heat from his forehead and signin. or ders. This individual looked as little as ] possible like kindling the memL...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 August 1887

WEDNESDAY; AUMST 3,1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. -TEHALF WAS !O Tf U' Ion. James E. Tiu( ication published in charges us with n last weeks' paper, iIs ed before the Ag. ic U' Saturday the 21th this commiif':'O. "a hx e -s recapituladion of LIs meaning words: eTlls trsent "recognize the foro. ?nd no tmst "ing will construw L nean an on -slought on any class z.r town." Thus he insinuates that the misrepresenta tion was also wilful. We be'ieve Mr. Tindal will coUcec.e the fact, that an editor has the un questioned right to express his opio ions on any public questions before the people, even if the subject treat. indirectly of the farmers' movement. Then he could only have been misrep I resented in this paper by being incor rectly reported. We most positive assert that we heard him give utter ance to every exp)ressin attributed to him; and we are swuained by a nun-: ber of gentlemen who were present and heard him. But, althoug4 Mr. Tindal has left out of his recapitulation the language a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 August 1887

THE Y4ANNISG TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3. 1337 '1ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Year. in Advance $1.50. or S.w at the Ly pimidon of Six Months. Mohrtisena~ts.--'er Svimre, first in E~sei sus~qent nseren.50e. r Cont-: Advertising at reduced Miss Itdine Brocking ou, of Kigs trc, is visiting filends in Mau iug. Mr. Stepheh Thomas, Jr., ofCh:trs tou is visiting] ret .vs in this coultv M. C. Galachat F.sg., and M.job Couyers accompanied the Goards to Spartanb urg. Messrs. Arthur DeLorme and Baker; Havnswc.rth, of Darlinigton, are visit ng3rW.C. Datvis. Mrs. F. N. Nvilson, left Las Fiday for York. io visit her father Dr. Barrou. who is quite ill. Miss Iinie Moore. of M-aniInz, is visi~iiiz the family of Mr. 1J. 1R. PLiL lips, at Provdece.-.':er A-'m e Mrs. Jerome P. Chase and Mrs. W. -J. Norris, of Florene,% are vising their brotlier, Mr. J. W. AMcLe- ., Of this counitv. Mr. E. 0. mii, nmj who has ben r-C appointed to West Point by Congresa mlnl Dargn, has returned to prepare for ls e:anation, ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 3 August 1887

"Yet it will come: the (t3y aMeC- by ')Y Fates." How bright the picture, Queen of ,Sover eign States: When thou, Carolina. shalt become on(e more Thy people's pride, as in those day of yore. When to claia thee as a mother, boast thy C name, Was to thy sons their purest, highest fame. 2 When thy star bright among thy sisters shone, With brilliant light thy deeds had made thine owu. Tho' sad thy story since those days hath f been, And though uisfiotune bitter thou hast s Seen. f Yet, midst it all, thy bczring iath been such t That no reproach thy unsullied name can c touch. And this is still our patriot chidre's Cboast: V They loved thee still when thou didst sutler most. True, the usurper's foot has torn thy breast. And thou wert long by tyranny oppressed: True, thou hast suffered 'neath corruptiou s sway, And darkness long obscured thy glory's day; But now thy wounds are healed, and bursts the sun c Of light and hope once more thy clime upon, And shows what long by darkness was o1, ...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 August 1887

9 44 V I\N A O VOL.ilL ANN V~. 'I~tENL~NT ('WNT S.C. AlEDNESI)NY, A UGU STri"L-~.NO 4 CITY 1: o; SIi It VAN L'\ILN; The Veatiwr at '-rt 1 a - ,,t the' Skies. stighutenz at Last--Thxe Ia.u'gat ral Ceremoni4s--A 'arti:a List of the- E x ii t--o.the L it-r - of Interet The Inter-State Farmers' Su E campacnt w-.s duly inauguraie . at Sparkmlbu'.rg on Tuesday. the :nd in->t. The bad weather nturally dimi!hLA the crow-d at tirt la attendance. Lit when the Lour for eL.&nag riv-:a A-r was a goodIy crowd inl the paviis p vided for their accummodation. At 12 o'clock thc lion. Jon W. Wofford called the meeting to e2der. The stage was occupied by the folh Iv ing named gentlemen: N. F. Walker, of Spartanburg, the lev. 11 H. llAe, the Hon. J. W. Wofloid, Dr. C. E. Fler Col. A. P. Butler, the HIon.11. S. k on, of Colleton, T. J.. Moore, of Sp-tan burg, the Hon. D. 11. Duncan, of par tanburg, Mr. E. L. IPee, lrof. 1). A. UuPre, J. H. Montgomnery, B. F. Yont gonery, one aged farmer irom as, a...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 August 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1387 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. The City of the Sand Hills. FULTONS WEIRD MYSTERY. FL-.Tos, S. C., July 30, 1S87. -ovsn-rrr.. I will a tale unfold, whose lightest word Would harrow up thy soul, fre-:ze thy young blood; Make thy two eves, like stars start from their spheres, Thy knotted nnd combined loeks to part. And each particular hair to stanI on end: Like quills upon the fretfcl pomeuin. Only in the almost forgotten the prehistoric, can be found anhig eval to the dread pall of superstm-:n now hanging o'er fair Fulton. Never before has beautiful, Lily, proz' Fulton, been so cursed; never has h zair escutcheon been ttrnished. with the of evil dwellers within hr tes: n-1ve has her pious citizen, in the e aa wlks .eading Zionwaid, vielded to a !Sa~tz-g e quest: never as she borndetau .: t ] :2 - ways of progress, rudtr the embiaazt noontide of civilizeion hassl .ae r grd towards the dark ages pa.t Ne.r, v,. until now. Alas ' that in this': -a-% m...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 August 1887

THE MANNING TI1%IM WIEDNESDAY, .AU ST 1 83 7 T E!mis OF SU-sRPlN 0D e Ya. i n XAdce. : - 1 $2."0 . .2sr Ccntract 3vrtising atreul rates. ,. A. Academy. P.. GUenbow-Notice to Teaers. J. C. Launlham-SuaertmaU Acad y. J. C. avhew-Marbie Works. 3Mrs. W. J. Clark is Sumter. Turnip Seed-Fresh and Ge ie at Diajkius C.'s Drug Store. Mr. C. C. E e ies friends regret tre he is a uite slek. The encam e did nUt agree with im. Rev. W. 1 Workman of the -w ington ehurch preacbed two se)riOus in te Prsbyterian cliurci here last S3atur-lay. ais Iaria Coi:1.ors. wh) .-as been visitir.g in Chrlest. hs returned. Miss Ida McICus, of COarleston, ac companied Miss Connors hoie. Dr. A. I. Barron, of York, father of B. Prest Iev 31arron, Esq.. and Mrs. F. N. Wisor, is better. Mr Barron returned home this evening. PERSIAN INSECT POWDER Death to Ants. Bed Bugs, Moths, Fleas, Mites, etc., at the lowest price, at the Drug Store of J. G. Dinkins & Co. We have given our editorial space this week to the lonath...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 10 August 1887

PATRI(TIC EN-SOLDIERS. THE NATIONAL VE&TERAN ASSOCIA TION TP'1OLDS T11E I'RESIDENT. General Ro.-ecruns P1rcsent, to iml SWOP Strong 1eolutions- lemb 4 of I Grand Army Dienounwcd fvr Their Nar rov-inled l'artisa-hip. WAsn\IsGarOx, August :.-Gen. Rose crans recently received from Charles Whitehead, chairman of the committee on resolutious of the National Veteran Association, Des Moincs, Iowa, copies of the resolutions adopted by that asso ciation repudiating the utterances o certain members of the Grand Army of the Republic in conection with the pro posed visit of the President to St. Louis while the Grand Army of the Republic encampment is in progress there; com mending the President's veto of the de pendent pension bill, and condemning the efforts of those who seek by the rebel flag episode "to rekindle the ilames of sectional hate and contention as uuman ly, unpatriotid and meriting the con tempt of intelligent mnI." The resolutions also compliment Gen. Black's administration o...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 August 1887

.-.y ~ ~ -~ .. C4 VOL iII. MANN~~ING. (IAREND()N ('(UNT. C., WE1)NESI)AY AU(WT1G .NO 5 THlE Gt4.11W!N Hu ON THE F1iiT o A-(;'.ST. Excellent Pro-pects l.A a Great Y:eld Of Cote:rTatVy ReduCtiol in the Condi tion of Corn--No Improvement in Sjr in Wheat--A P'otar Fr.it Crop. WASHINGTON, August 10.-The AEgUst report of the Department of Agncuilture gives the following facts and ngures as to the conditioh of the rowi ros thror~. -at the country: (TToN. The past month has been favcrable, except that the rainfall *as been un equally distributed in po timLe, drought threatening at one 'iod and damaging rains following. In the ut ern belt the excess of moisture precoi nates as a factor of depreciation. Tl ,. weed is therefore large and sappy, and the fruit fall appears in some serious, and some cases of rust api.e r. In Louisiana similar conditions ave prevailed, and only very partial Mississippi. Texas has been too iry, though the drought has not as yet beCn disastrous or severe. The preval...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 August 1887

THE MANNIN TIMESa WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1887 B. S. DINKINS, Editor. It is gratify ng to learn that so ma nv of the teachers of the county will attend the normal institute in Sumter next week, beginning on Mrnday. The efforts of the School Commissioners of the two counties in perfecting the aauangements for the Institute, deserve the plaudit of well done from all, and especially from the teachers; and the highest compliment the teachers can pay to the labors of the Commission ers is to attend the Institute. It is for the teachers and for them solely, and therefore, unless they are present at its meetings, and profit thereby, the Institute will be a signal failure. Never at any other time in our histo ry, has the public mind been more in terested in the common cause of free school education than now. The pub lie money is being spent to improve and elevate the teachers, andthey owe it to their counties, their patrons, and above all, their pupils, to take every advantage of the means no...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 August 1887

THE MANNING TIMESP WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 17. 1887. TERMS OF SUBlSCRhiPTION: OneYear. in Advance $1..0. or S2.'O a the Expiration of Six Months. Advertisements.-Per Sqnare, first sertion, $1.00. Each substncnt inertion. ;. 7 Contract Avcrtisign. at rnir rates. NEw ADvERTISEMENTS. Edel Bros.-Tobacco, Liquors, etc. Lorick & Lowrance-Seeds J. M. Richardson-Notice to Stock Raisers. Mrs. John A. Burgess-11illincry. Miss Virginia Ingrain and I. I. Bag nal. -The Grove School. W. B. Bonham-Foreston Acad emy. Mr. s. Wolkoviskie Las wovcd into his new residence. Miss Katye Mikel, of Charleston, is visiting at Mr. B. A. Walker's. Turnip Seed-Fresh and Genuinie' at Dinkins & Co.'s Drug Store. The Sproit Guards will hold their annual reunion next Tuesday, the 23rd. Mrs. Burgess' closing out sale pre ents inducements to buyers. See ad. Stock growers will be interested in the advertisement of Mr. J. M. Rich. ardson. Mr. C. C. Redic's host of friends are happy to greet him again in the Ton soria...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 17 August 1887

APPALLING RAIflJOA) ISASIEU I OVER ONE HU NDIb E D MULLK. .\Ni) FOi It HUNDRED WOUNLEi. An Excuriiou Tran DIro- Throbugh aBur'iM: Bridge-t'arm Telescoped andl ed ("C' Upon Another.-The Diaster geHent'd to Ha'e IBeen Ileiberateli i'rojected. Ciiic.wo, August 1.-A special to the Chicago Timexg. trom Forest, Ill says: "Last night an (xcursen train ou tue Toledo, Peoria. and Western rdlriad we! down with a burning trestle. about three miles cast of Cuattsworth. and over 100 excursiolists killeil ande uO or more balyv injured. The train consisted of six sleep ers. six dav coaches anId ch:ir cars.:and had on board i60 excur-ionists biund for Niag ara Falls. The iassene-rs hailed fron va rious points in central Illintis. t!hemajority. however. coning from Peoria. The train was so heavv that two engines were em ployed, and was an hour and a half behind time when it passed this place. Chattsworth, the next station cast of here, is six miles off. and the run there was made in seven minutes. T...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 August 1887

I ~ ~ 1 w -1-. ~ voi. III, M N-N-NG (I A I)DN U-,\ 1,Y. S. C.. INEi)NES)AY , AU(-iusli IS.NO 'ITHE AGhiU LU UAL 1t SO31E StGUESrTs ON A VUIY rORTANT st 'U. El T. A Review of the Ar.:umen d I-W Our Iresent Systeu of Public Eiuat 10 To the Editor of the News and Cour er: The question how we can best ed; cate young men iu order to tit then- f< life, and for its two-fold struggle, patrt against the adverse forces of na'ur partly against the ever increasg 1 lectual aud indu coriai pettitIo, < other trained comaunitics, should uu deeply engage every thoughtful I patriotic citizen of the Siate. As - duty to the rising generation is o ce the gravest that can pos ibly arise in th whole category of individual, social an civic responsibilities, it should be al proached seriously, gravely, earneAly reverently, with an entire freedom froz prejudice and passion, and an eye sirga to the ascertainment of truth. Unfofrt nately the question of education has L, hcretofore been considered in this...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 August 1887

THE MANNING TIMES. WEDNESDAY, AU(UST 21, 18817 B. S. DINKINS, Editor A COTTON BUYER NEEDED. With the opening of the cotton sea son our merchants should dir(et their attention, especially, towards induciu a cotton buyer or buyers to make their headquarters in Manning. The want of this factor in our trade has been keenly felt for a number e:rs. Cotton in large quantities iS yearly carried from this county to other zar kets, on account of the larger ppor tunities afforded by the cotton' buVer to dispose of it, for cash, at its market able value. We have even noticed!, with no little mortitieation, cotton tak en from the suburbs tf Manning. a distance of twenty miles to Ie sohl. There is no doubt that a lack of con idence in . this market exists among the people. We willing'y believe there is no foundat:on for i, but true' or untrue, the feeling prevails among a great many to the detriment of the town. It is the duty of our merchants to put this market on an equal footig' with any other...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 August 1887

WEMITESTAYs AU I .TIN One Year, in I: .3ac Elhe IETirtiOnl Of ixEni.. sertion,S. . Each snac.~u in I . *e .r Contract Adve-iing at redlu in rates. Nui A1,nr?~MLmNs. President J. M. Melkydv - Andrew J. Flovd - ttrs c tion. Rev. L. IV, Jenkins;-Coimin 11,11 The Baptist church here will soon have a pastor. The articles on farm topics in the TDIIs this week, recomndine(s the pa per to our agricultural readers. Mr. John C. Bagnal has accepted a position in a mereautile horse in Wedgefield. He left on Monday to enter upon his luties. A cotton buyer is needed now in our town. Our inerchants i'd use their infuUence to bring one or two of these gentlemen to 3xuing. Robert Felier. colored, brought t. Maniug last Thurslav, the o:!n new cotton. It weibed 51_; IoUn1z and was bought by Mr. A. W\eiUnurg for 9 cents a pound. ' 'We are glad to note that a great many of our teachers are atteuong the institute in Sunter this weekl We expect to publish . an account of the meeting next week. The sheriff...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 24 August 1887

ANOTHER RAILRU DISASTE I. A Passenger Train Jumps the Track and Crashes Throu;h a Thrt-er:ory Brict; Build in::-En;ineer hilled and Twelve Perso-1 Injured. WAsKINGToN. ANU " .-T' dn NO on the Baltimore an >i r ilrra. co ing from the West, u ea . M came thuudcringz imzo th, cy r 3*ro politan Branch t aday, ani at a cuet ne:a ly a mile away from the Y blgxm ie .' "down brake:" F'or I"e e An te brakes were not put dow.. T braars it WaS -tated, did no0t w V ' a' e -iner begani blowing, i;.-- d \re hati4'e for brakkeien to put -n ru b Either the brakemen 6id not la I dv - nal or it 'was n-ot \iven in time t1 be ue. The traiu, flyin a-t it u rate. e'me thunderingu down tow ant th -. ,Ijh.rqc at the Y. On e south e f the Y, in little curner made by the i-rciof the tracks, was located a ralod --ignal tower. a brick structure thre- stories hi- where railroad men are eploy'i t- rcgulate nals and switches at th Y. Wlen the train turned the sharp curve of ibe Y vrith fearful headway, the car...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 August 1887

~, V ~ ~ ~ "' 71" ~ I~' -C VOL. III. MANNING, CIJARENDON COUNTY~ S. C.~ WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 31. Th8i NO, 37. MYSTERIJOUS SOUNDS. THE CURIOUS EFFECTS TI EY 11 ' UPON THE MINDS OF SOME PEI)NS The Groundless Fear Experienced by the Hearing of Apparently Inexplicable Noises--The Origin of 31idnight Sonuid Ceneranly to be Traced to Atmospheric Iniinences. The effect of certain sounds upon the mind is often very curious. We do nct allude to the ordinary phenomera of speech, singing and music, where the sound-producing apparatus is tolerably familiar, and its distance from the h arer estimated with a near approach to aecu racy. The effect is only "mysterious when there is any doubt as to where the sound comes from, and how it was originated; the imagination then begins, and works itself up to very singular hal lucinations. Night, or darkness cth out night, has much to do with this mat ter. When we cannot see the sound producing agent, conjecture is apt to run wild. Ghost stories often depend...

Publication Title: Manning Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Manning times. — 31 August 1887

in II!~~ !f~ V: P2 B. S. DINEINS- F- z Judge Walace h:al 1;) ad e-nahv' the matter of granitnig 1:1 to to the slaver of the three Pretsley, Ith er and two sons. The law rcqui: the circuit Tdge to grant b i cases appc aied to the- Suprem r except in cases of capita! cmeIv n Jones was convicted of nan sluh which is not an offence of tls ch*r.e ter, and hence, the duty of iL i1.: required him to admit Jo'nes to.ht The bail recuired is to s e Io : tendance of tho aceusl i at s;e ' t courts, any greater bail thn t', or bail purposely placedh beyon:1 the ri. cih of the party intereste is imrcaser'a and violates the spirit of f b The annexed rematrks oi tho Medium are sensible ant to . Many of our contompor:-ri , b granting bail t0'anly re w110 h '*V-I committed bomici 'e a misapprehiesion. W~e no o of the kind where bail Las been e As long as this is th cas- there ;: no. ground of complaint. The attenanceof the prisoner is genel 'ma-le sur., i.0 tried and the law v. .O-z are compelledl to...

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