ATTENTION HORSE BREEDERS! / (6 x 8 in image of horse) / THE YOUNG MORGAN HORSE / JOHN BROWN, / Will make the season at the stable of the subscriber ad- / joining the Borough of Washington. / He is rising five years old, jet black, full sixteen hands / high, and when in good order weighs 1200 pounds; has a / graceful figure, is a light, square stepper, and is kind and / gentle in the saddle and harness. / He was sired by the Morgan Horse "Cotrill,", out of the / celebrated Windflower Mare, (known as the "Brady / Mare,") grand dam by the old Consul. / TERMS: / Single service, ten dollars, cash; season fifteen dollars, payable on the first of / August next; insurance, twenty dollars, payable when the mare is known to be with / foal or parted from. / persons who wish to breed substantial, handsome horses, are invited to call and / examine the horse.
(Washington County, PA): April 27, 1868. Julius Le Moyne. Broadside, printed on tan paper, 17 x 12 1/2 inches. Small tape mark lower center, partially separated along center fold. A bold and striking image. Item #62090