Arrest Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Sun, May 19, 1867.

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

And I’m to be queen of the May, So kiss me quick and go.COVINGTON.Arrest on the Charge of Burglary—Incendiarism—A Grocery Store Set Firein Four Places.On the night of the 4th of October last, the storeof Hempel Qildhaus, on Madison street, between Fifth and Sixth, was entered by burglars and robbed of between $400 and $500 worth of readymade clothing. A short time afterward three men named Wallace Bennett, George Kennister and Harmon Schultz were suspected of being the perpetrators of the robbery, and the two former were arrested. Schultz, however, kept out of the way of the police. When the grand jury met, there being no evidence to sustain the charge against Bennett, ho was set at liberty. An indictment for for burtflary was reported, however, against Ken-bister and Schultz. The cases remained on the docket of the- Criminal Court until January last, when Kennister was tried and acquitted, and the indictment against Schultz filed away, with leaveto reinstate the same on the docket. A few days since. Detective Clint. Butts, while in Cincinnati, saw Schultz on Third street, dressed in a suit of clothes, which he immediately recognized, from a sample of the goods in his possession, as the property of Hempel Gildhaus, and subsequently caused his arrest. The prisoner is now confined in the Hammond Street Station-house, in Cincinnati, but will be brought to Covington as soon as a requisition is obtained.On Friday morning last Mr. W. S. Grant, theTxzoll-lrnawn trrnoPir_ whoQft glim Ant ia nn