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SHIP MARES TO LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, Ky., December 19. The French mares purchased by Edward Cebrian and J. O. Keene from the A. K. Maeomber consignment at Duiiands Riding Academy last Friday night, left New York last night in charge of Johnny Miller, and are due here Wednesday morning, according to express company advices. After the sale Cebrian bought Gibbs from Miss Elizabeth Baingerfield, thus securing thirteen, while Keene and his associates bought four. George Brooks, farm manager for Edward Cebrian, reported the death this afternoon of the weanling bay filly by Von Tronni Jourdain, the result of sickness following the removal of a hernia. John E. Madden returned from New York last night and will remain at Hamburg Place until after tho holidays. One of his men drove into the express office today with a wagonload of turkeys for shipment, and he stated that the entire crop of 135 birds at Hamburg Place this year are being presented to friends of the noted breeder and turfman. Hal Price Headley will leave Thursday for Alabama, taking his three young daughters, to spend the holiday with his brother George and family.