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The Daily Dispatch: February 26, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Hard party. --James T. Leathers, Lucy Leathers, Sarah McKinney and Caroline Lehman were arraigned before the Mayor yesterday, on the complaint of Peter Blackburn, John W. Beveridge and John Clash, residents of Brooke Avenue, who charge the parties with using vulgar, obscene and indecent language, to the disgust of people havmicils. The evidence exhibited the party in an unamiable attitude as good and law-abiding citizens. The "muss" that brought forth the accusation was between Sarah McKinney (aided by old Mrs. Leathers) and Caroline Lehman, in which language was used not fit for ears polite. Old Leathers — a well-tanned specimen of the article — asures to send the parties from Orange thither again. On promise of amendment, Caroline Lehman was discharged. The females of the Leathers family (including Sarah McKinney, who had an infant,) were sent to jail to await preparations for removal, while old Leathers was allowed temporary liberty to dispose to his worldly effects a