Horse sale by Harlan Goose ends in court. Feb. 1892

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Horse sale by Harlan Goose ends in court.   Feb. 1892 - IT WAS A TROTTER. Ilarlas tioe Wlas His Salt...
IT WAS A TROTTER. Ilarlas tioe Wlas His Salt Per tke Price of a Horse. UarUn GKe was the plaintiff yciter day in Mngiirtrate Meglemerya court in a suit brmigh against George Taylor and Charles Hay to compel the payment of the price of a horse sold by Goose to Taylor. Gooae keeps the livery stable at 20e Guthrie street and sold the animal to Taylor at the stable of Charles Ilay & Company, li East Market street. The deiontm pleaded that the horse had been nougnt lor wo npun a guarantee that it was a trotter, whereas, the defense said, it was no trottei at all. The nlain- tin. estaousnea tne iaet that it waa a trotter, mil judgment in full was given him against Taylor. The suit against Hay was dlMnlsea, a be bad not been a party to the transaction. Taylor buy and sells horse in this city, but lives in jeneraooviiie.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 19 Feb 1892, Fri,
  3. Page 8

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