STOLEN from the subscribers stable on the night of Monday the 16th instant a light sorrel gelding, about five feet high, nine or ten years old, with a flax mane and tail. He paces, canters and trots pretty well, and had o when stolen, good shoes before, but had lost the shoe of his right hind foot. He has several small scars occasioned by the biting of mules, one of which is on his right hind leg a little above the fetter lock joint. The thief may cut his tail and roach his main [sic], in order to disguise him. He also took a Saddle, (nearly new) with common Stirrup Irons, a Bridle, Martingales and a new cross barred blanket.--Any person securing the horse and thief, so that the latter can be brought to justice shall receive the above reward or Ten Dollars for the Horse alone, with reasonable expense, if delivered to the subscriber residing near the road leading from Washington to Augusta, seven miles above Haysville.
N.B. The thief is supposed to be a man about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high, sallow
complexion, thin visage, about 30 or 35 years of age; and wore a quaker hat,
old striped round-about, light colored pantaloons, right and left shoes,and
ribbed socks, a blue mixed.
Washington, Geo. August 19, 1830
I HEREBY forewarn all persons from harboring and trading with SELAH BLACKWELL,
on my account, as she has never been legally my wife. I have sufficient evidence
to prove that the said Selah Blackwell is the lawful wife of one Mr. Young.
I therefore solemnly protest against any proceedings either in law, or in any
other way, against me on her account.
July 31, 1830