Wednesday, December 24, 1879 - Page 4
THE IJiPICTMESTS AOAIXST DADY. The suits of tho People against Michael J. Dady, late Superintendent of Sewors, it is understood, will not bo pressed by the District Attorney, and have been or will bo nollied. Mr. Dady was Indicted for misdemeanor in connection with the two Commission ers of the Board of City Works, Flaherty aud Bennett, and Purveyor Milne, of tho same department. Thp two principals were convicted, and Dady's suporior In office, Mr. Milne, was acquitted. On the ground of these facts it was believed to bo Just and right that the prosecution prosecution of Mr. Dady be dropped.