From Pittsburgh Streets

"Horses stolen—fifty dollars reward offered." Pittsburgh Gazette, June 13, 1866, p. 1. 86354052.

Horses Stolen—Fifty Dollars Reward Offered.
Conrad Schaub, who resides on the Morning side road, in Collins township, had two horses stolen from his premises about two o'clock on Tuesday morning, for the recovery of which he offers a reward of fifty dollars or twenty five dollars for the return of either one of them. One is a dark sorrel, about four years old, with four white feet, light mane and tail, short legged and heavy body. The other is a dark iron grey, with one white foot, white spot on his forehead, and the sight of the left eye impaired. Any information that will lead to the detection of the theives [sic] will be received at the Mayor's office and liberally paid for.