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tein, according to the testimony of Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs, had but recently made their acquaintance. A few weeks ago, he called on Mr. Jacobs and inquired whether he would not assist him in obtaining s, however, he returned and desired to know if Jacobs knew of any one who wished to purchase a passpalso negatively replied to.-- Since that time, Jacobs had business in Wilmington, N. C., which requi and during his absence Bernstein called on Mrs. Jacobs for $1,500, which he said her husband owed him for passports he had furnished him.--Mrs Jacobs declined paying him the money till she was authoon obtained a warrant for Bernstein's arrest. Jacobs positively denies making any bargain with B. wpt to obtain the money said to be due him from Jacobs, called upon and engaged him as counsel to setrt question. Mr. J. C. Danna, counsel for Jacobs, denied that his client had either uttered forcharge of felony having been preferred against Jacobs, His Honor refused bail in his case and remand[8 more...]