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Ml j , tii.ii.; which, audUig tod'srK tlio boar
Ml ' liu,lh..alowo(l wjjillo. JJeforb the pro-
f, ' o' tlliitiini (.ilrl,r bopan, thoo
J,. fminil tlnii! fora (u wonU:
("Il'hoy wr Luur traclcu, (tor 1I,"
, sail1, one. . -
Ht. " ,. "Anduppo(th(;y were." ropliod th
J"-' otlinr, "Uow wuru i to know'" Uar
Mi- j per'" Uur.jr. .,
r , OIQ LEGAL FEES.
t' ,' llow tha Ix-mdlnc Lntrrera of New Vor
' Tix Tliclr Client!.
4, ' '' Tho Nrw York JJornJoff Journal glvps
' 1 nrl account of tb'e focspf somo of tbo ten
thousand lawyer a of Now York antt
' ' l Drobklyn. Tho following nro sotno ol
, '. ' " tbo lloma: Tho most wldoly known
' "ii. ' '. u'nd without doubt lucratlvo law firm In
!, '"'. Now York is Evarts, Choato & Boaman,
'; with mapnlllccut offices at 153 Wall
- rL- street Tho senior is Senator William
IJ; vj M. Evarts. whoso active Interest during
i.ti.vi tho session of tbo Mouse is vory slight.
i.( ' .'"t 1 Tho H'Jn. Joaenh H. Cuoato, a host In
himself, is tho pleader. Tbo Arms oar-
J$l i.'. nrnarofial(l toboSSOO.MO annually. Mr.
Jjj Clmato's foes aro enormous. Tho next
J3f k ' . 'n IniporUnco. Is Tracy, McVarland,
a "' lloardman & Piatt, with offlcps at SS
.',i.- "i. Wall street. Tho senior is Secrotary of
V ;' lbo Navy. Benjamin F. Tracy, tbo
j, " ' .;,l ' "counsel." Mr. Frank II. PJatt'is a'son
t! 'f -rt.-- ' Senator Thomas C. Tlatt, wbllo A. B.
EM' h I,-. Boardman Is well known as a constitu-
K3. . tlonal lawyer. Tbo clover William M.
Kj Tvlns hoa recently allied himself with
B'.'' J this firm, which has been Jnlrrefted In
riSk V yi ' l''o attempt to overthrow Tammany
P$' ?,. V ' " Hall. William W. MoFarland is tho
DK'I' '"i ,',."''' othor partner. Tho Una's business Js, by
JKh " j "" pood judges, said to bo worth 8100,000
Hjaofw. ,h nnnually. Coudort Brothers bavo a mo-
HmL??' oJ. nopoly on tho Fronoh business. Thoftnn
f-1-, "''" , v ' is Charles and Frederick It. Coudort,
Bt; w it'l (" '"'- on ts Inooroo is not' far from .8350,000.
wkSa&ii' " l8 Prast' s by 'no moans obn
lr4BwS"''w -' Uned, and Is very gcnoral In its cliar-'-
lS' sSffiiii'V - actor, Tho Arm of Bangs, Stetson
I r' TffiBCy - Tracy & Mao Voagh, of which Orovo
' fit'' rtM.J! ' Cleveland is a recent acquisition, has ar
m 'HVr- ' "' lncon f S300.000. Mr. Clovoland hai.
SJ,KfvW becomo a groat drawing card, and to hlra
Hi- WaP li'l ' nro rcforroi tbo many big cases, roqulr-
Hyfc WlHS-?'. lng great research. So ward, Da Costa
KX; ,iL v-(' ; ' A Outbrlo devoto their attention almost
W WAiJt exclusively to corporation law. Clar-
.? . fVi' : onco Seward, tho hoad, soldom prao-
' R l '- " tlces other than in tho United States
t-'i. t" "' i ' courts. Tho Arm's inoorao is botwoen
fe.'f' : -4vr S950.000 and 300,000. Colonel Robert
I-aMV ' , O. Ingorsoll has ono of tho largest lndi-
m& - '?' fuf" vldual practices in Now York. It is
IbPK f& "aid of, him that ho will not accept a re-
mFii' '' W talner of less than 8500, with foes run-
Kt-9t, . 'jJW' nlng high Into tho thousands. Colonol
Jf ",' ' f Ingorsoll is ono of tho most approach-
'." " ble of tho hoavy legal lights. His
j t-",i ' ' ', oarnlngs with his pen, and legal know-
-hi J 5wi
;io1iltM4.,' hiiMjiB9lr r
.inootM't twfjr'tMip&wr' '1iA.
Israrekt flrro ,WflMi, i 1 jrlir4iliw, frftt-
cl) mtJ. wnllft lltisWsjpliliitI JUJWit
rnlb MntriciMsApMBKppf WllprW
.'.in! Pwfc''ri ifjiW ti'ii
.our horlg ibnlilijfcK yj g7 to 1 it
-hlgh-BtTMnjr mhi WW 4mmKL wliich
, U' worth T9Mfor tk, mbraj Htm
lady WMtmi M bto pupils u niUr
brdf feMsW obro(Ott hy lw
Awirl an Vtti &Mlb8rKr, dif
fcyiir bjw fcfuptior tt Mt'W
0thrk(Wly tlHtt it -bofaa atiMtw-
X kjpl. taotkw Itf FiSmeifl
i5d. wa jppet eilltel7.oost
!'Sh itw;'; kUmiam,
(Attd.yduf father fs.M;. 8o4.S6r
4flS.rfv4 V 1, ,,' v
ifr$V4.yoBr wolber.ls the" lovely an 4 '
, is aristocratic? Now.uVjfMlJ pmMff
an old wan,lf J remind. yoB that-"fe
contrary Is truoT',I-b'ayq known ,your
mother so long that I dare to. bo 'frank
with you. You bavo' boon very Insolent
. In tho class.1
" 'Insolent, monsipur?1
"'Yes, madomoisollo. Youhavomi.i
taken this ton a mark of aristocracy You
would muob better copy your mother,
your gonllo. lady .mother,'
"And I mado her my best bow and
loft her to think about It. ,Andho was
a good glrl;aftorward: a Very good girl."
A nibl I.eini Tlmt Tt Apprprlutn In
(.Mora M'jr Thau One,
An old friend (cull him W ) n'latpi
bow, whllubu,wa.i in. Florida last win
tcr, liix watch stopped ono evening
Slneo it was s. vory good untcb, ilnJ
mv;r tttopped before, and had been
duly Hund tha oronlng before, V: was
nuiuli hurprlKed that it wouldn't go. By
iiid l,y tho head of tbo bouso (call him
It ') camo In. "Will you plcaso glvo no
tboilmo?" said W. "Cortainly," said
II., and pulled out bis watch. B. had n
(lino-plcco whicli was ontlrcly trustwor
thy, not rtvcn to Irregularities of any
land, lia pulled it out of his poclipt.
"By Juvuiy ho oxclalmcd. "my watch is
Htoppod; that's queer," They com pa rud
tho two watches, and they had nlopped
at tho amo hour and the same mlnuiu;
and uby they had stopped neither man
was ablo to discover.
. Nonoof tho coincidences so fnr related
was as droll as another which lius just
ciimbtn tho Boston Transcript J. listen
cr's notico. Within a hundred inlle.'i of
Boston thcrajs a pleasant Uttlu Uplso
pal chapel wboro services aro icgulurly
conducted, and wboro a cabinet organ
which stands at ono sldo of tho church
In played by a young lady from a neigh
boring parish who kindly corned
lit for tbo purpose As tbo
organ is situated in a somo
wliat Inconvonlcnt place at ono sldo of
tho cliapol, and as tbo young lady knows
the horviuo thoroughly well, slio is in
tho habit of leaving tho organ when no
music Is needed, and passing around at
tha back of tho room and sitting with
tbo congregation.. At exactly tho right
moment sbo loaves this placo and re
turns to tbo organ tor tbo music. Tho
Othor Sunday, as sbo was sealed in a
pow, sho got hor Vouo" in tbo sorvico,
and roso softly to' go .around to hor
post. As sho moved outof tbo powhor
I bkirt caught upon a nall,Vand, with
itfC '-f-ii " '. ..' '' ? ' (T'.' . - .'w.
JkHkf tht -fetair cboi;.tbniirt'
yBHB(n;' - ooafoilon, '
f-9UKBnm "sJP w'rf4r'
1 SDimr of WiPPXmlP 4f'Wt
. .Hero W JiigWidngerqr'
'"TiJMWEy l"ff&V;jth, the;
m, tti&m Jto'iuptd.,'hi,
' 'v 1 j' t-Wft " -"v T-1' "v
r 'ffoTto1W'fJlrfctlMr' a ,walt ttV
wljl .Mtjult W-'iPhnMfiwbllu'i'ilk'iMi'.
J(r;it.vt ?'l!( ,;''').
' l)ww jgknlH.vHVtiuUt',
yH:lfa Jwagg1') in pridrtu
TtlflNM Sutmr forWotMrVk,,)r-:!ili
;V,4prttVjri'riiKKfl;( is', litaylngirj pfc
jtlaek l)rMt'.'abi W"!nisv.)iiipuflin(;
: .6nr thU KibUlH (itUirinnJUt
vNwrt thi nntnym,".hM tH.
.IAwima. wHirto,if-sotHr) uJ-JUlWlS4
:talWH'rsiWB' k4; jfiMd tbom win'
Vlferisl for Very .le.buYwku.lfori
, uimtmui. wwiT,i'odtico4 jiito.
tbr ;vl r rinf;rooBi , In ,o'd' ewWHl
caji lie tkrn buKM bU.l'lo.;0'-
,"ttetbin fur bis JribM'n .
AldJnM jvm laiibV ' bear it ivoiiw.
tr9B&8&R"( ';)'''aV6. M'"'
gMfnjHfHlwAiiM fws't';mnir ', fc '
hPHHMwkim'Mi !' bmiW
."abwIUtel.rf no ejLJjl'rflJllc, rind was
cbntlnuayftlweTng on 1I a clergy tho
use of pljilschants Ouringone of bis
vUlfatlens ho came to a.iennln rburrh
whcre-lbo choir gave a' capital render
inpjof too "Twelfth Moss.1' After tho
service the organist was prevented to
him and ho ventured to hopo that tbo
bishop bad enjoyed tbo rouble. "Not at
all.' wak theiStartllng reply. "Very
pperstiifj'" 'But." urged the poor or
ganltiU I)r Newman wns here aet Sun
day, and ho was delighted " "Ob, I
dare say," sa'.d tbo bishop, "he fiddles.1'
Tunv tell a story of Strauss, which ho
claimed was truo. It is to tho ellect
ttal an old lady .admirer of tbo Slrnuss
kuslc. a VIennebo, ordered In her last
will and testament Ihut a Strauss wait
fcbculd ho played at her funeral, for
wbkh each member of tl.o orchestra
thciild recelvo aducat. Tbo heirs ob
jected at llrfct on religious grounds to
carry out this plan, but tho provisions
of tbo vil! wero distinct and could not
bQ'V.'tlated without endangering tbel'r
out. claim.; so Strauss and bis muslclanc
wero engaged and f laced In a clrclo
arcand tl.e grave, and while' tbo coffin
was bMi.g lowered they played tho fav.
orito waits of tbclr Into lamented ad
mirer. Mover sit wlta tho legs crossed)'
When asl:od to play or sing, do not
refuse if you intond to porform. It is
bad manners to urgo a guest, and
wohso mannors for a guosV to show
vanity and caprlco by "waiting to bo
Ovcrcomo tho habit of nudging pooplo,
or catching them by tho arm or by tho
olothlng, when you wish to attract tbolr
Do not boro strangers by discussing
family affairs with tbom.
Don't chow a toothpick.
Whon in company novor open a book
and begin to read; novcr appear inatten
tlvo to tho conversation; never tell lung
stories; and, abovo all things, novor'talk
about yourself or your wondorful
A Cnrlom l'redleament.
At Sidney, O., thero aro two largo
trees closo togotbor on tho odgo of a
clover Acid. A fonco touches olthor
tree, but tbo gap has no fenco. A cow
squeezed Into tbo, gap, nnd without
pattlr.g through bgan to brotvto. r'bo
sooirbcgan to swell with gas gonoratcd
by tho green clover, and to got her out
ono of tho trees bad to bo cut.
MbaBaaal mkASti " J -' Aim. . f- ', .
r.d. wfV iaWWA. iMittt pttfewJ
tb4Mrkt XPk JTI
,tim!riavr cfiBQn&Sfiffi y$
, 6wmniot bU Mjy, Klnror,;
niiioT mcetn'eVBokfi of ArtyW If
ybo4y W f omtd :fiSBtaNtUbout. m b;
; loogT hi ,W I'loohW aMMii V t-, lou ' . .
.bk ifciSf Nki vwrtU!t wj iiflfr m:'
;d :; 'w.ttlieVlpiiwifAMlMt.'
iAiinri'y., , ;?':- &
aUljf raJntb rV Who bv ;
-rftMi with he -BWilftrt Vpcr-.
.uuim;'! r:ir .triHHi'rf-.
.trrt.biJtory; hui ti(!',aW.dnhir(Uy'.
tkro jm an inreptt4w:to ttfipllm-
'-"'tIe1'' -is. --'' bM
rirsSlos?.. Mrt il UMh, At
,tho poBUlty or-) HsW' now in- foro;.
,' What a ebfc I f woilA . b yrport ;tn
I Maw oooctoUlbyEAward.JVL wore sitU
.ioptwatlver'-: 'Bdwati IIt.hlblto4 W
.mah,bavli(r kmtU JMcoumm at
"any m'eaL" .'.SftOli mmm to ftn ljr
HW ira;ot 'tatv 4 U 'im uh
.with hjs:ptugo;iovWM uWJtik
fjioat days, whmhnMI osfc'wm jmfttk
laWd t a inMd. r:;v : -, , .'- .-
',jsiod deal t Mm. if trf ilwUctfiNk M
n6Kiii'eU wU imvot b kr4. ' '
, Ibo rUrfio : MM Sattii qhMfta
It,inoClVVf ko MrMjta
bstlt famous 4. iiriWsioiH. MirUH
, h hi brotlier JusktoM, M ojrt tM to'
UTS' ----,i't''---'T-"-t 3B
thopcaco. nndhoy may bo' pt'oooedw
against by law for an illegal thing.
Many ycars-ago men could easily bo
found to glvo any ovldonco on oath that
might bo required, and somo of theso
persons walked openly Into court with a
straw In ono of their .shoes, to, signify,
that thoy wanted employment as wit-'
nc&s; bonco originated tho expression
i i'rlo' a man of straw." An advocate or
lawyor wild,, wanted corivcuiont wit
ness. knew by theso' signs wheroto And
on.e. and tho colloquy botwoen tbo
parties was brief. "Don't you rcmom
bor?'' said tho advocate. Tho nartv
looked deliberately at tho.too. but mado
no sign of assent; .then tho too in
creased, and with, it bis memory also.
"Thou como Into court and swear it."
Tbo only Improvement which has grown
out of this peculiar oustom is on tho part
of tbo straw man. Nowadays your straw
man will work for half tho original foo.
When pleading an an art waa scarcely
developed tho courts used to hear suits
against animals. By tho old law of
France, If a vicious animal killed a
.person and it was proved that his
owner know of its propensity to kill,
anjl suffered it to go at large, bo
was hangod. and tho animal was uleo.
In lUU n bull having killed a man by
tossing him with its horns was brought
before tho judge and indicted as a crim
inal. After several witnesses had sworn
against 1t, tho court condomnod It to
I io hanged. TblsscntcncowasoonArmcd
by an order of I'arllumont and carried
Old historical books toll us tbataslato
ai 1650 tho French bad proper laws for
. thopunishmontofoffonslvorats, locusts,
Ales and;!6otihos. This was going very
far. To-day wo should all bo mado very
happy It somo genius would dovlso and
and put Into practical working a law for
the extermination of tho mosquito.
Ilo Clot Thinge Mlied Dp.
A theological studont, who was accom
panied by his professor to a country
placo whero tbo formor was to preach,
' provailod upon tho professor to makp
tbo opening prayer. Arising to make
tho announcement, ho amazed tho con
gregation by saying: "Profossor Smith
will now load us in apotltlon of tho fac
ulty of tho II Somlniiry to tho
throne of graco of whioh I hayo tho
honor to bo a studont. AftOr accom
panying him, your h;iblo sorvant will
attempt to proach the Word whose shoos
bo is not worthy to unloose"
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1 -on. snoinjoiOB j 4 C- ii iH
ejnora probe u s3 . i! fH
lt;ndtni .V i!
U tba Uvw bo- HI BIO iH
tomes torpid, If ttt rlLLQ. -H
bowels aro constlpsAsd, ot if tho staaiaA I jl
faibi to perform tUfunotloBprprly,. j H
Ayor'sPUla. TheyarslivlttakU. 1 1
For somo years I wm arietta to IiTr f 'H
i Complaint, lh ooniequeno ot which I H
suffered from General Dtblllty aad Iadk I UWMm
gestloa, XUyr boxes of Atm's Pllla "MWMM
restored me ta perfect health. W.T. ItMWM
Brlghtoey, Henderson, W. V. MLH
For year T, have 'Relied Morn mm -JmWMMM
Acer's Us than aaytbliif eke, to 'lmUBm
Re&ulatt , fKM
my bowebi. These PiUs cm aalld f . H
tlon, and do their work thoroughly. I j J , , , fSH
have used tliem, with- good eflwn, ta H
cases of Rheuxnatixm ana Dyperta.- ', MUUU
O. F. Mlilcr, Attleborough, Ha. fAmWM
Ayers Pills cored me of Stomach aaA
Liver troubles, from which I bad suffers WMWM
for years. I consider them the best pills , .WmWmt
matle, and would not 'bo without theaa. MUUUUm
Morria G ates, Downs vlllo, . Y. H
I was attacked wlth Bilious Fve JBBBfl
which was followed by Jaundloe. anl 'mMUUUW
was so dangerously ill that ray friends H
dosnalrod of ray recovery. I commenced (. WMWM
, taking Ayer's Pills, and sooa regalne4' ' v JUUWMt
my customary strength and vigor.'' 1 -h,VVVS
John O.'U'attlaon, Ijowell, Nebraska, H
last spring 'I suffered greatly from a H
troublesome humor on my side. la spit Y. WMWmm
ot every effort to euro this eruption, li la- H
creased until the Ueih bocame entirety 1
raw. I was troubled, at the same time, H
The1 BowtU. 'bH
I By the advito ot a friend I beras Ukisg : j:
lAyor's Pills. In a short time I was fre ' KH
from pair, my food digested properly, Un IfH
(sores on my body. commenced heaUasu H
Uuil,lnle thmion'omonth.IwMearfd, ' : ' UWMU
faomii-lDWJhite, Atlanta, Ga. ' mW
I have'lonij used AyVa PUU. la say .AsH
family, and believe them to be the beet UUUUU
plUamaue.' CO Sarden.DardaB.MJas. lHHH
Jfy wife and little girl were taken wit t ' ''&WMMm
Iv;cUtirt'afewc1bysago.andIatono f tUmwMW
'oeckn it!-8 them small doses of Ayer's' lmmWmm
PiUs.'thlnkiugl-would call a doctor tf tba liBBB
disease becasta any worse. la a abort 7 BBfl
time the, bloody discharges stopped, aU, f.''MmMMt
palnwontaway.andhealthwMreiitored r-wi-x mmWM
Theodoreellng.IUchmoncV Va. ft r'BBii
, .' Ayer's Pills; iM
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