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Bound over. --Hon. D. C. DeJarnette, member of the House of Representatives from this State, and E. A. Pollard, Esq., one of the editors of the Examiner, were was no threat on his part in it." Hon. Waller R. Staples, counsel for Mr. DeJarnette, expressed a desire to have summoned Mr. Preston, the gentleman who had acte printers from some cause unknown to him. This statement he thought due to Mr. DeJarnette. It being desirable to prove who authorized the publication of the corsent to the office on Tuesday about 2 o'clock, and was paid for by order of Mr. DeJarnette. Mr. Hart, a member of the Senate, appeared in response to a summons, e, when he first noticed the offensive paragraph in the Examiner, he sought Mr. DeJarnette at the House of Representatives, and remonstrated with him against taking athe parties had been held to bail to appear before the Mayor, he was met by Mr. DeJarnette, and charged by him with having informed the authorities of the conversatio