Arrest Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Fri, Feb 14, 1868.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, February 14, 1868

ruarv.Yesterday morning,, while Mrs. Isaiah Richardson, w ho resides on Madison Street, between Second and Third streets, was emgaged in washing clothes, she remembered that the door of her front room was not locked, and, fearing that some sly thief might enter and cjirry off her husband’s overcoat, whkih she halt;4 placed in that apartment, she quitted her work and hastened to look after the garment. Upon going into the room, su^e enough* there was a thief, in the person o/ a-woman,, who had hid the coat under her shawl, and w; is about to depart with It. Mrs. Richardson scdzed her by the arm, and a right smart tussle en sued, resulting in the recovery of the coat and the ejection of the dishonest female from the* house. Clint. Butts, to whom we are indebted for the foregoing facts, thinks that Mrs. Richardson wouldmake a good detective.TIT i-1 n A A Tf A A A A Vk A K Kl aJ a! ~ Tl? Ill 1 A