Arrest Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Mon, Jun 24, 1867.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, June 24, 1867

COVINGTON.J. J, McGee, who resides about four miles from Bardstown, Nelson County, Kentucky, reached this city on Saturday in search of a horse whiohlie stated had been stolen from him by a mannamed J. S. Taylor. The services of Deteotive Clint. Butts were engaged, and that officer soongot on the track of Taylor, and finally overhauled him on tho Lexington turnpike, about five miles from town. Taylor has been in Covington for about two weeks, selling pictures of an Orphan Asylum, located at Rome, Georgia, the proceeds of the sales to be used, as he said, in establishing an endowment fund tor the above institution. The horse, which it is alleged he stole, was found in his possession. Detective Butts has obtained certain facts which load him to believe that Taylor is, or has been, connected with the so-called Regulators of Boyle County Kentucky. He is in jail in this city.