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 - MR. TUKXEa'S TRIP. Mr. Theodora Stuart...
MR. TUKXEa'S TRIP. Mr. Theodora Stuart telegraphs from Mt. Sterling tbe lollowing review of Mr. Turn er's tour through tbe eleven southern counties counties of Eastern Ken tacky eiiameratedjabove: Special tu tke Courier-Journal. Courier-Journal. Courier-Journal. Mt. Sieku.xo, May 6. Turner left here on April 1U and returned on May 1, alter traveling Uo-i Uo-i Uo-i miles on horseback swimming rivers aud creelcs and being detained by outers outers out of their banks. Me averaged about three luouutains a day on' the trip. He established stations and employed men and horses to carry messages over mountain roads that would frighten a low country man even to look at. W uen he says that rivers are to be crossed, be means that they must be forded. By roads he means the mountain ' paths, where a man who is not familiar needs a guide. At Pineville. in Bell county, J. M. Hoe-kins Hoe-kins Hoe-kins prepared th report and J. M. Unthauk rod to London, forty miles, over the worst road in Christendom, crossing Cumberland river en route. At Barbourville, Knox county. David Dhtbman, Jr., i sported th convention and John Biogan rod sixteen miles to Jofleld's teiegrapn station. To roads are bad, without without a yard of turnpike. At Manchester, clay county, John Lucas prepared the result of the primary convention convention and Gen. T. T. Garrard ro.ie over so .Loudon, twenty-four twenty-four twenty-four wiles, with te message for th Courier-JocrSal. Courier-JocrSal. Courier-JocrSal. To ruads are not so bad for i"intsin roada, but there are no turnpike. At Boonevill, Owsy county, a son of Hiram Hogg rod thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five auk to aast Berxatadt, toe Uwias eotouv. and delivered a reyort of the conventioa tor toe CoChlER-Jocrsai. CoChlER-Jocrsai. CoChlER-Jocrsai. The road is on 'of the worst tat that section, and at aizht it is hardly safe to travel over it. . The messenger had to ford Smith Fork to reach bis deatuinrm. -

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 07 May 1883, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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