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GOSSIP FROM BLUE GRASS REGION. Lexington. Ky.. June 11. — John Miller left here this morning for .New Vork with a carload of horses, among which were nine thoroughbreds, in eluding Ihe stallion Sir John Johnson, the property f the Beverwyck Stable, and eight yearlings, pur based at the Keene estate sale here on May 8 by lilfford A. Iochran of New Vork. The Cochran v callings are to go to ICIIiolt c. Oowdens farm il Ml. Kisko. . Y.. where Ihey are lo Im- broken. I lu-y are. together with Ihe prices paid for Ihem: Prince of c b. c. by Disguise Claudia . . .. 000 1ar Brush, br. c bv Men Brush Ladv Ilor- tense 2.100 chestnut till v half si-iei to Wateraaetea, by Voter -Belle of Ashland ::.:;m» Bay Illy half sister to High Brow, bv Bea Itrusli Tenawha 4.OO0 Bay coll half brother to Aueaasia, by Ben Brush Dams Lion I he-lnul coll half brother to The Abbott, bv Voter Goody Good 12250 chestnut colt half brother to Star Gift, bv Voter — Carl. .tin C ::,200 Brown lillly half sisier to Paetotum. by Peter Pan Benefnrtrem 3.500 lii-iirance adjusters were here to day and sell led up losses on Stables bumed al the Kentucky Asso elation track la-t Sunday night. The insurance companies are- to repair Ihe damages lone lo two tables partialh bur I and to naj ,000 for two -tables totally destroyed. The stables arc lo b. immediately rebuilt al a coal of 93,000, which will make Ihe associations loss by tin- lire ,000. Secretary Garret D. Wltooa of the Kentucky A- iMlciatloa and a large party of blue grass horscim-ii ami turf devotees will go over to La Ionia Saturday morning to see the running of the Lntonla Derby. Broii7.cn ing is Secretary Wilsons choice for Ihe race. •-Bronzewing is Ihe best lilly 1 have seen in twenty years." said he. "Bar only faull Is laataesa. She toes not run in tin- lirst pari of any race, but when she gets warmed up to her work she is a wonder. The mile and a half will be to her liking and the condition of Hie track will make no difference to her."