Arrest Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Fri, Jul 19, 1867.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, July 19, 1867

which gave rise to considerable excitement, and caused much amusement among a large number ofcitiseab. ■ \In the morniiafe Detective Clint. Butts received a telgram from Eexington, requesting the detention of two young ladies, minutely described in the dispatch, who were on the train due at 11 o’clock A. M., on their way with two young men, (also named and described in the dispatch,) to Ohio, for the purpose of being married, until the arrival of their parents, on the next train, due at 6 o’clock P. M. Mr. Butts handed the dispatch to the City Marshal, who detailed the Assistant Marshal, Mr. Riff, to attend to the matter. On the arrival of the train the parties were met by Mr. Riff, who, after making his unpleasant duty known, escorted them to the Planter’s House, where he endeavored to entertain them until the arrival of the parents. The young gentlemen could not be entertained, nor would they submit to any unnecessary delay. They sought the assistance of the legal fraternity, who were not slow in devising means to meet the emergency of the case. A writ of habeas corpus was proposed, and no sooner proposed than issued. The writ was served on Mr. RifiF, and the young ladies were brought before Hon. W. E. Arthur, judge of the Criminal Court, at 2 o’clock.The parties not being able to show cause, Ac., on such short notice, the Judge postponed the