Sak Francisco, March )9. - ftev. Dr. C. O. Brown of the First Congregational church of this city, has been aequitted of the oharges made agalnst him. This celebratod case, which has dragged its weary length along sinoe the muidle of last De ceraber, is now ended, so Lar as the church council is coucerned, but it is expocted that suits fur slamlor in the regular courts will be begun by many persons who have been dragged into this disgraceful procBeding. The counoil excused Dr. Brown' sactions after the charges had been made public on account of his quick temper. With regard to the youug woman ,. ho, it is altegred, he threatened, the council says: "We flnd his conduct to have violated all rules which would control the actions of a gentleman and Chnstian minister, and we censure him for it, while we gladly recognize the kindly and manly words of appreciation and reparation offered by him to tha young woman in our presence."