Arrest Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Tue, Sep 10, 1867.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, September 10, 1867

q oy tn© laii, strange to say, though it is reared he isseriously injured internally. 1-Detective Clint. Batts returned to the oity yesterday from Mt. Sterling, Ky., bringing with him a young man named Charles 8tone, aliai Charles Burnside, who is charged with stealing a horse ^ from Mr. George Dennison, of Milford, Clermont e County, Ohio. Mr. D. states that the accused came to him about a week ago and hired a horse for the purpose of going about four miles from Milford. He was to return in two hours, but did not. The next day the owner of the animal set out in 7 search of Stone, and traced him to the Newport 7 ferry, where he crossed the Ohio River. Detec jj tive Butts being consulted about the5 matter, suggested that the fellow was 4 making for some of the fairs in central * Kentucky, and his surmise proved correct, for6 when Stone was oaught at Mount Sterling, he was just about starting for the Paris Fair, then in progress. He will be kept in jail here until a requisition is obtain ed for his transfer to Ohio.The popular Philharmonic Society holds its first regular meeting and rehearsal of the season this