Clipped From The Courier-Journal
CREATES A STAMPEDE. Capt. W. R. Abbott's Horse Rant Awn) . Kamhc a llaucr, n.d biases Things Lively. A lively runs way, which caused consterna-tion consterna-tion consterna-tion amoug tbe persous in vehicles aud a ksu-ei ksu-ei ksu-ei al stampede among pedestrians along tiie route, occui red about 4 o'clock yesie.-uay yesie.-uay yesie.-uay afteruoun. C'irpt. V. R. Abbott's tuggy waa standing on JelTerson street, junt aoe Beveutb, at that time. From some unknown cause tbe horve lcame fngi.teni-d, fngi.teni-d, fngi.teni-d, alldtart-ed alldtart-ed alldtart-ed up Jenerscn street at a iTeak-neck iTeak-neck iTeak-neck speed. There was no oue iu the buggy at tbe time, and, I e.ug without ohek. the afThglited animal animal plunged wilaly, swerving lroiu oue aide of the sir out to the otber in sucj a way that those who were in vehicles dul not know which si ie to take to avoid a collision. S.'verai woiueu aud uild.-eu uild.-eu uild.-eu we. e nan owly mused, men ran into me strv t and atteuipiai to i-beck i-beck i-beck tlie hore, but to no avail. At Center street the borse turned abarily to the south. A bugy liongiic; to Henry Sticknxl, al the coru.-r coru.-r coru.-r was stiuci nitu lull lorce, and a general smasii-up smasii-up smasii-up oc-cmred. oc-cmred. oc-cmred. Tbe runaway then continued out enter street, Lut was Hnaiiy c aught. Tha collision lietween the two iugg.ea iright-eueil iright-eueil iright-eueil aDo;h r borse, in a buggy, belonging to Mr. John Henry, wuicu wa standing iu front of Alexaiuier's Hotel. No one was in tins bugy. ana tbe i.on t tar leu o.f up J ifersou street, 1 ut was baited before any damage cou.d be dune.