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ence 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 authorized by Jacobs himself to do so. She was then waited upon by Mr. G. A. Myers, counsel for Bernstein, who offered to compromise the matter by taking $1,000, at the same time advising her to pay over the money, as she would thereby avoid the trouble of having her husband's effects sold in order to make the money which passports; but that it could be proven Jacobs had counterfeited the passports in question, and the only reason why he had not been arrested, was because it was believed he had left the city for the purpose of reaching the Yankee lines. Mr. G. A. Myers made an explanation of his connection with the case. Bernstein, after making an ineffectual attempt to obtain the money said to be due him from Jacobs, called upon and engaged him as counsel to settle the matter. He (B) had represented tha