In view of the good character to which your friends have testified, and on the condition that you do not touch liquor, I will not sentence you to jail
, but will place you in charge of the probation officer.
This may be to judge my neighbors harshly; for I believe that many of them are not aware that they have such an institution as the jail
in their village.
It's the third turning on the left hand from the jail
doors--that's the way we must go.
by the virtue of my office as sheriff, to arrest the said Bumppo, and bring him to the county jail
, that he may be present and forthcoming to answer to these heavy charges before the court to-morrow morning.
Straight toward the jail
the criminal held his way.
Romaines, one of the tools in this affair, like Pervaise, was lying in jail
in another state, Kansas, awaiting trial, when he was approached by the agents of the capitalists.
All of which is neither here nor there, for after sixteen hours of it, early next morning, the whole push was COPPED by an overwhelming array of constables and carted off to jail
The judge was quoted as expressing regret that he had been unable to impose a six months' sentence, this inability being due to the condition of the jails
, already crowded beyond capacity by the many eases of assault committed in the course of the various strikes.
After all, what difference did it make to a man of spacious tastes whether he languished for the rest of his life in a jail
or on a farm in the country?
A visitor, too, requires to reason and reflect a little, before the sight of a number of men engaged in ordinary labour, such as he is accustomed to out of doors, will impress him half as strongly as the contemplation of the same persons in the same place and garb would, if they were occupied in some task, marked and degraded everywhere as belonging only to felons in jails
But Hugh and Dennis stood with their backs against it, and kept them back, until the clamour had so far subsided that their voices could be heard, when they called to them together that to go now, in broad day, would be madness; and that if they waited until night and arranged a plan of attack, they might release, not only their own companions, but all the prisoners, and burn down the jail
might have been the infirmary, the infirmary might have been the jail
, the town-hall might have been either, or both, or anything else, for anything that appeared to the contrary in the graces of their construction.