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Description: Yearling Sales Page 1Date: May 2 1885
Newspaper published in: Washington, D. C.
The National Republican May 2, 1885 Yearling Sales Page 1
The Yearling Sales.
Nashville, Tenn., May 1 - At the sale of James FRANKLIN's Kennesaw yearlings this morning the following prices were realized: Brown colt, by Glengary and Dublin Belle, $300, to Henry SIMON, of Louisville; bay filly, by Luke Blackburn and Arizona, $3,050, to Dwyer Bros., of New York; brown filly, by Glengary and Malibran, $400, to John CARTER, of Nashville; brown filly, by Glengary and Bessie Belle, $300, to John MACKAY, of San Francisco; bay filly, by Luke Blackburn and Hattie B, $675, to Gen. W. H. JACKSON, of Nashville.
At the sale of B. F. COCKRILL's Richland yearlings this morning nice colts and fillies, sired by Plenips, brought an aggregate of $2,220. The purchasers were Dwyer Bros., of New York; R. C. PATE, of St. Louis; J. McLEAN, of Missouri; Charles D. FARRAR, of South Carolina; William CLARK, of Memphis, and Ellis HARPER, of Lebanon, Tenn.