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ldoon, sentenced for twelve months, for felonious assault; William C. Cockston, convicted of forgery, and sentenced to the State's prison for two years, who was awaiting the result of an application to the Supreme Court for a new trial, and Albert L. Riddell, awaiting trial for having in his possession and passing counterfeit South Carolina Bank notes. The parties effected an entrance into the jail yard by sawing off the staple of the doors of their cells, (No.'s 9 and 10) and as the work was of the prisoners were afforded opportunities to go off by the same way, but did not avail themselves of the privilege. --Cockston was confined in the cell with Harvey Wash. In attempting to reach the top of the wall, he fell twice. Both he and Riddell left their hats behind them. The frequency of escapes from the city jail, leads inevitably to the conclusion that structure is not a secure place for keeping anybody who may get tired of prison fare or entertain misgivings on the subject of his