Cherokee Phoenix


Published November, 23, 1833

Page 3 Column 5c


STOLEN from the subscriber, on Monday the 11th inst, TWO HORSES, of the following description, (to wit:) one GREY horse, somewhat flea bitten, about fifteen and a half hands high, eight years old, right eye entirely out, branded T. trots and paces, but drags his hind feet when he trots or paces. The other, a BRIGHT CHESNUT (sic) SORREL, the same age, as the GREY, fifteen hands high, with a small blaze in his face, very small feet, heavy made, no brand recollected.

Any person apprehending the thief, and securing the horses, shall be liberally rewarded.


On the Federal Road, at Hightower, Nov. 14th 1833