OUT OF JAIL
James Donlan, who has been serving out a term of imprisonment in the County Jail, for uttering treasonable language, yesterday paid into the County Court one hundred and fifty dollars, the balance of his fine, after deducting the equivalent of seven and a half days confinement, and was released. Jail life must be very satisfactory, for those who have been compelled to spend a few days there come out of it completely satisfied. They don't want to go back, nor stay any longer than they can help, under the polite attentions of the man who carries the key.
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