The Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY: 18 July 1881; Pg 3.
' headquArters." Taa Kentucky Short-bora Record ia tba standard 8bort.hera autnarltv ta tola country, and that toe work' Is not better known or arara largely employed at no fault et the work. Before the Short-bora Record eaa take Its rightful place an aggressive policy la ceo section with tt will bare to be par-sued. Oa tbe tsm ef the present month a new editor for the work will have to be chosen, and tbe lot should fall apoa a man of recognized fitness lor such aa undertaking. a this oonneeuea tie name 01 L. P. Muir has been luureduaedv If Ouer man there be 1 ban tola ana we have not heard -of aim. CeL Kuir la a great worker, aad bis occupation fine stock auotloceertng carries blm constantly among those wbe require tbe Record ror their bus to eaa. Probably Cot. Mulr Is tne best potted Short-horn man in Kentucky, sut no obe is mere xentlanuolv. Both tbe ttbor t-oorn Record and the bbert-nora Interest would be Advantaged by hla elevatloa to this editorials.