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 bkr telephone that a horie and 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. " Mr. Altmari says that a Well - dressed ycun man. who gave his name as Shatter left ime nirae and vehicle with blm until his father, mother sod sister returned from the circua. in 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 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.