Clipped From The Indianapolis News
. STOLEN RIG FOUXD. Property of S. K. Fletcher Dlsrovw Jred 1 Wl ladlaoapolla. : J. VT. Henpley. who was driving S. K. Fletcher's horse and carriag yesterday afterrjoon left It, in Washlngtow street. ippogite the Hates House abcut 3 o'clock. and rleturnin about ten ml iautes,. later, found it gonet The police were notified. t dearch proved unavailing. At j"" o'clock this morning the pollen were notified notified bkr telephone that a horie and carriage carriage left at Altman s. liverjr stable In West Indianapolis yesterday; afternoon until the "cirpus Is over," had not been called for. Tiis was the necessary clew., and A r. Fletcher was aoon cit his way to the suburb, wjere he recovered his property. property. " Mr. Altmari says that a Well - dressed ycun man. who gave his name as Shatter Shatter left ime nirae and vehicle with blm until his father, mother sod sister returned returned from the circua. in meantime meantime e wanned a lighter "rig" to take his "test girl f for a urive. He was fitted out with "a young and spirited bay horsa and a top - buggy, with a body painted In new t nd flaming red. This was about. oclocf, and about two hours later jie passe i the livery stable with horse and" colors Hying. and a happy - lookiug girl bestd " him. j ; Hut he has pot since been seen by Alt - man, who besan lookinir foe his horn. and tuggy this morning, lie received the aiswtr frcm lilair &. Baker In Capitol Capitol avlenue, south, that they were In that nrm s cnargej Jack Donahue?, found the animt 1 wandering In South street this morning, and drove it to Blair A Baker's livery stable. The firm says that the ani mal was not hard - driven, and had beea ieo.