l'.il',' If wo understand m ight, Judge Strickland intimates that jurors nerve their country in that capacity for the pay. Tlio telegraph reports that ho j said: "I wont for money to pay jurors I who havo served tho people and should ' have their pay. It was or this pur-j'iw pur-j'iw they served tho courts, oio." Poos it pay? That's the question; even Willi tho legal tenders ready to lift. But, isn't that attributing motives mo-tives rather too low to them? Or what kind of jury, in creation, would they I make who would rush to the jury box for tho sake of tho per diem! The Judge can't mean it; we're sure ho can't; ho spoke in a hurry, and is more than sorry for it already. If the telegraph tele-graph docs not. do him justice, we will take pleasure in putting it right.