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VOL. 2 NO. 272.:, MAYSVILLE, KY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1883. PRICE ONE CENT,
Manufacturer nntl oilglnfitor of the cele
bratetl brands of
Silver Dollar, "Win. Hunt's Dark Horse, Happy
fomoke, Thiee Beauties, Cordwood and
Gold Slugs. Second Street, Maysvllle, Ky.
Boats, Shoes, Hals and Caps.
41 JT. Sec. SU uiclrtUly MAYSV1LLE,KT
G. IHtOWM.(J, M. l.t
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofllco and residence corner of
Thud and Sutton streets, win vivo special
attention to lU&cases peculiar to icmnies.
risen & coM
GRAIN, FLOUR and HEMP.
Cor. Third and Sutton Streets,
nichSOly MAYSV1LLE, KY.
p S. JU3)lf
ATTOKWEY AT LAW.
Koul KhIhIo nmlOllcciln Ajyonoy.
Court St., (aplSdly) MAYSVILLE. KY.
Dealer In Staple and Fancy
has REMOVED from his old stand to the
building on Second street lately occupied by
Charles H. Frank. nplCdly
Gold, Silver nml Nichcl
and Rubber Stamp Work done on short notice
at Maysvllle Repairing Works, JS o. 8,
Second stieet. pl71y J. KRYAN.
TAMES & CAKK,
(Successors to Thomas Jackson,)
Livery, Sale and Feed Stables
Street Hack orders promptly attended to at
all times. Finest and latest style Turnouts.
Horses bought and sold on Commission. Market
St. four doors below Central Hotel, alld
T W.SFARHS ItUO., ,
AV. 24, MA HKET STREET.
NEW CARPETS OIL CLOTHS
aud Window Shades Good Carpets at W. Mi,
40, 15, 50, CO, 65, 70, 75. aud CU cts., 81.00 an I 61.35
pei ynrit. inch3hlly
toiTx ITSoy xtz, j .,
Oldest and best Companies. Insures for
fuUvflluc. Low rates. Losm;s promptly Phl.
No discounts No delays. OlUce coiner Ihird
aud Market nplbdly
WALTHAM WATOH STORE.
Headnuarters for Clocks, Silver Goods,
etc. All work piomplly ind
Second St., hast ot MarUU. apl7
r ac:hs MNX,
BAKER AMD C0MFECT10NER.
Ice cream and hoda water. Fresh bread
and cakes. Paitles and weddings furnished,
on short notice. ., ...,
35 Second St.. may3dly MAYSVILLK, K.
J ANK V 1YOKKICH,
Contractors, Architects, Builders.
Plaus and specifications furnished an
terms and all work satisfactorily and
promptly done. Cilice on Third Bireeu be
tween Wall and Sutton. apllldly
'IfOURINOA dfc KACKIiKT,
Wholesale und Retail
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.
Second Street, (rahSKly) MAYSV1LLK,KY.
rmtxisiiixa GOOPS and
Hals, Caps, Trunks and Valises, The latest
fallstylesjusl received. ,
Market St., uplCdly MAYSVILLE, KY.
Third St., opposito Christian Church.
Millinery and Notions.
A NEW STOCK Just received and prices
VEKY LOW. Bonnets and Hats mudo over
iu the latest styles. ftggttd
VptS. F, ILCOLMNN,
MILLINERY and DRESSMAKING.
Latest styles of Hats, Konnets, Laces nnd
Millinery Notions. Prices low. Second street,
Mrs. George Burrows' old stand, apllGdly
Triss MATni: oahu,
Second street, January's Illock, i
Millinery Goods, Hats, Laces,
Feathers, Trimmings etc,, of the latest styles.
Pi Ices Low. mchBldly
Wi:b V HAKKLIiY,
Nos. 57 and 59 Second nnd 10 Button streets,
have just lecelved a laryo Block of improved
VICTOR HAND CORN PLANTERS,
the greatest labor-saving implement ever
to farmer. The best tobacco hoes and
tobacco barn hardware of all kinds, apllu
s SI MUX,
QUEENSWARE, CHINA, TINWARE,
Glass, Cutlery. Notions, oto. No. 45 Market
Stieet, East slue, between Second and Third,
u2tdUm MAYSVILLE, KY.
BIG LAND FRAUDS.
Heavy Swindles on the Government
now ttte Proceedings Aro Conducted
Idea Wlio Aro Enagi'd In It
Violations of tho Homestead Iniv
and Other Illegal Acta.
Salt Lake U. T., Oct. 8. Colonel Jas.
Tullis, special land agent of the government,
who is in Salt Lake, has boon in
vestigating tho land frauds of Rock
Mountain, says there has been tome big
swearing by witnesses in some of tho land
offices and largo tracts of land havo been
patented by personsNrho had in no wisp
complied with tho land laws. The desert
land entry act has been violated wiih n
recklessness that was positively astonishing.
In many cases it was found that absolutely
nothing had been done toward
reclaiming the lumlrt. and yet what are
known and regarded as good citizen
havo gone before tho land officers and
made solemn oath that the land
had been reclaimed and all thi
conditions of the law complied with,
where, in fact no mark mudu by human
hands could be found upon the entire
tract. Other tracts are taken up mulct
the desert act that are no more desert thai
the valley of the Ohio river. Other land-were
found to havo been taken up urtdei
the timber culture act, upon which uu
growing at the time of the original filing
more forest trees than tfee law require
when tho final proof is to be made.
The homestead law has not been
fairly used and thousands of acre
have been patented by persons who have
not complied with one single requirement
of the law. Fraudulent testimony to do
fraud the Government of tens of thou
sands of acres of the public lands have
been fenced bv wealthy stock raisers, tins
leaving actual settlers without a rango lor
a family cow. In once instance it was
found that a man, living near a city mi
Montana, had fenced up 3,000 acres of t!;e
public lands, and had permitted the toun
people to pasture their stock on his In-closures
for one dollar per mouth per
HE WAS JEALOUS.
A Bloody Tragedy iu a Now OiIjhin
New Orleans, La., Oct. 8. Kitty Connelly,
commonly known as Kate Harris, a
frail creature, was shot and fataliv
wounded at her room, in Henrietta Pags
hou&c of by a supernumerary
policeman, Ed. Kyan. Jealousy prumptvtl
the deed. In fact, the couple were
jealous of one another, Ryan has
of late been detailed on
duty at Wenger's beer garden, on
liourbou street, near Canal. Kyan, being
possessed of good looks, became attentive
to M)ine of the visitors. Hearing of the
popularity her lover had gained with hr
trail sisters, Kitty, prompted by jealousv,
visited tho saloon to watch Inm. Hyan
was aho jealous of attention paid her by
a, man named Mfchaul Harris. After the
entertainment the unhawiy couple wcndeii
thidr wiy home, and while en route continually
quarreled. Bolore reaching
their destination Kitty
told ltydn they had better ' live
apart, but Kyan objected to that kind oi"
an arrangement, and followed Kitty into
her room, which was in the rear of tin
third story. The quarrel continued after
the room was readied, when Kyan drew
his pistol, and declaring that noother ma
bhould have her, shot the woman in th
abdomen, the bullet ranging downward
She died in the evening at I o'clock, uml
in her dying declaration persisted in tin.
stasement that Kyan bliot her intention
ally. Ryan is in jail, and he declares
hat the shooting was au accident.
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Americans IUflcntf tie Alfonso's Tro it-
IxNPO?f, Oct. 8. The American Colony
in Paris are quite indignant over the
ofTered to tho Kin of Spain by tin
Parisian mob, When Altonsowas in exile
he lived a long time in the American
quarter and made many friends. Hit
apartments were always open for their reception.
Since his ascent to the Spanish
throne he has not forgotten thoe with
whom he was friendly before, aud in Madrid
ho has uhvavrf been mot courteous to
Americans and made them welcome at
the palace whenever they presented themselves.
Memphis, Oct, S. A;. o'dnsk in the
afternoon the large bailduu' Xis, 2 17 ani
21!) Main street, oc."M plod lv 1, howon
fatein it Kros., retail dry ooas, was discovered
on fire, ami altho tii the tiro department
promptly mspotuLd to the alarm
the entire building and contents wei
fatally destroyed, It is only by super
human ellbrls that the buildiugson both
of the one burned were saved. B
Lowentcin t&Hros.' loss on stock ami i'w
turei is about Si")0,0v.U), forSlOo,
000. The building had been recent h
erectetl for their especial iso by GjodleU
iS: Co., at a cost ot $40,000, and was insured
for $li 1,000.
A Alanine') Nil I c Me.
Pout Scorr, Kan., Oct. 8. About 0
o'clock iu the morning John McClavey, a
drayman, in a tit of insanity, jumped from
his couch and ran into tho Kitchen, seized
u butcher-knife, then rati into the back
yard, hlashing at his throat. His wife
puied him, aud struggled till exhausted
to disarm him, when Dr. Heplcr, who had
been called to administer to him prior to
the paroxysm, reached the scene. .As the
.Doctor seized McClavey the maniac
plunged the knife into his own bowels.
On tho weapon being wrenched from him
he asserted his finger in the incision and
tried to disembowel himself. Tho mini is
u a dying condition.
A PITTSBURG 1TYSTERY.
Ntrmiffo niftaiipcaranc nml Dlaco very
FirrsnuKOy Pa,, Oct 8. Mr. L. P.
Hitchcock, late senior partner in tho firm
of Hitchcock & McCroery, grain merchants,
was found bv his frjends in the
Central notch He loft his house on
avenucJlSlradyside, on Monday
last, without tolling anv one where ho was
going. Por die past three years ho has
not crossed his own threshold, and for a
much longer time, so he eaid,
nothing but his early curcer seemed to
interest him, When spoken to it was
evident his mind was far away. He
wears a cl white beard, and
has a very aristocratic, intelligent ap
pcarance. Ho said ho was deeply interested
in the attention which the papers
havebecn paving to him, bnt was very
certain that he was not lost and was
equally certain that he was not ftbout to
lose himself. His son had tried to induce
him to return home, but ho had refused
and this was the first subject mentioned to
him. lie seemed to forget' the question
or to avoid it, and most adroitly led the
way to his early Ufa He has had a
checkered career, and few citizens in
Pittsburg aro better known than
Mr. Hitchcock. It will be news
to tho hundreds who knew him
that Mr. H. was certainly wandering in
his head. When asked what he intended
to do, Mr. Hitchcock said: "I do not
know. I may go toCarlyle, III., or I may
go to Quincy, in tho same State. I hail
thought also .of going to Somerset, this
State, but I may stay hero. The troublo
is the Pennsylvania'Railroad Company is
about to take a lot of my ground at
for their new depot t
.stands me at 55,500 per acre,
and it worries me to havo my
beautiful grounds broken up." This appears
to be his hallucination. It is
relatives will compel him to go
home and place tho gentleman where his
diseased mind can do him no harm.
A Slinrp Encounter Iu a Lonely Farm
Wabrexsiiuro, Oct 8. A quarrel between
two farmers named Rachlld Lewis
and Chester Rude, living about six miles
south of here, has been allowed by serious
results. Rude lies dead at his home and
Lewis is in tho hands of officers. The
facts in relation to this unfortunate occurrence
are about these: Kudo's hogs have
been getting into Lewis' fields, eating and
damaging his com. IBs put the hogs up
and sent word to Eticle to come
and get them, and ho did, but
neglcctod to secure (hem, and they
again broke into Lewis' fields,
and he put them up and 6cnt word a second
time to come and get them. In the
morning, a little after sunrise, Kudo and
his brother went to Lewis' after his hogs.
Chester Kudu and Lewis became engaged
in a quarrel, which resulted in Kude
drawing a knife, and Lewis struck him on
the head with a stick or club, felling him
to his knees, when old man Rude attacked
him aud received the same treatment at
Lewis hands. Young Rude then got up
aud ho aud his father went away, without
taking the hogs, Lewis came to town to
consult his lawyer as to what course he
bhould take to prevent the hogs from foraging
in his corn-hold, and while here
news came that Rude had died, ileatitu
this Lowi save himself up, nnd is now at
Eads Hotel in the custody of ohecrs. An
inquest is bolng held on Ru le at his
home, aud it is not likely that Coroner
Smith will return with a verdict befoit
A Woman UuriiN' Heraelf to Ietli
Waco, Tex., Oct. 8. Advices from
Gatesvillo say that near there sometime
ago a son-in-law of Mrs. Shaw lost his wife
und turned over his little two-year-old
childto its grandmother to care for. He
married again and was dourous of regaining
possession of the child, Mrs. Shaw
being unwilling to surrender the child H
was taken by force. Aggrieved by the loss
6he committed suicide by lashing herself
in a very ingenious manner to a stone
fence, first saturating her head and clothes
with kerosene. She tlieu struck a match
and apiilied it. When found she was dead,
her bouy being horribly burned.
AKftlnnt tbo HulVHtton Army.
Keufcjiatel, Oct &. At a meeting
called to demand of tho authorities the
expulsion of tho Salvation Army from the
country 2,000 persons were present Tho
proceed i' gs were conducted in an orderly
manner. A resolution demanding the expulsion
of the Englibh Salvationists was
adopted. The councillor of the State said
that the hotly to which he belonged would
do its duty, and close the gates of Switzerland
to those who were trading upon htr
Tho JUnhonliiu Valley 3IJnor NtrJUe
Cleveland, O. Oct 8. The coal
miners' strike in Mahoning Valley still
continues. Tho Witch Hazel mine has
granted the advance of ten cents to its
miners, and they have returned to work.
All other mines in tho valley are idle. In
tho Mineral Ridge district 1,000 men are
idle. Tho miners at Church Hill and
Washingtonvillo are also waiting un advance
before returning to work. The
miners are slowly but surely gaining their
rtlnrtlor nml Nulcldo From Jealousy
LiUEftTY, Me., Oct 8. Ambrose Daggett,
a young man working on tho farm of
l)tvul Oreely, shot through the neck Miss
Ella, a young daughter of Grcely. causing
instant death. Daggett immediately
went into the orchard near by, and putting
a bullet through his own head instantly
expired. Jealousy was the cause
of the murder and fiuicide. Daggett was
partially deranged at times.
.4AT PRIZE FIGHT.
Dnloy Wins by a Foul Aftor Bis
Ponderer NIkmIh Toaw Ovr the
TluU Daley Wm
Ronlly th tTl V Mu-A
and ISruinl Inhibition of
New Yokk, Oct 8. The prize fight between
Joe Pendergnistjtho Ilrooklyn giant,
and Capt. Jas. B. Daley, the Irish
ion, for $.500 a side, took place in tho
C all-room ofSilver Lake Hotel, Staple-ton,
Staten Island. Charles Johnston,
of Brooklyn, acted as referee.
Daley weighed 175, and
181. Both aro over six foot tall.
Neither have ever fought before. They
fought with small gloves, six
rounds, according to the Marquis of
Queensbury rules. The men rushed to
the scratch. After pome heavy slugging
Daley gained first blood, and Vcndcgrast
tho first clean knock-down. While Daley
was trying to rise Peudegrast
struck linn several times, causing
Daley's friends, too, claimed a foul and
rushed into the ring, but (ho refers
ordered tho men to finish, as only two
minutes had elapsed. Dailcy forced the
fighting. Pcndergrast appeared tho
stronger, and took and gave punishment
freely. Both fought desperately until
ordered to throw by the retcrec. In tho
second round Pcndergrast had the best of
it. Ho knocked Daley to the ground with
a swinging right hand blow, and nfjain,
when Daley tried to rise, struck him a
terrific blow in the face. Daley's seconds
again claimed a foul. Great excitement
and discussion ensued, and the referee decided
that Daley had won by a foul.
Pendergrast, on hearing the decision,wept
bitterly, and said he was sure he could
have won as Daley's strength was gone,
and he was dazed from the terrific blow
he had received, Fight lasted five and
WINNING A WIPE.
Tho Tragical Ending of n iJZJsoonrl
Sedaua. Mo Oct 8- There was a very
sensation al wedding nine miles north of
Sedalia, in the Longwood neighborhood,
and but for the timely appearance of a
well-known Justice of tho Peace, there
might have been a tragedy. II. C.
and his two brothers live on a forty-acre
farm, nine miles from town. They
have thoreputation of hcinjg on tho tiirht.
Their neighbor Isold man Kinsley. Mis
Amanda Kinsley, tho only daugliter, is a
btom young woman of twenty-five summers.
Duibeld fell in lovo with
her and proposed , marriage. Old
man KinsJpy sworo the two bhould not
marry. Duilield came to Sedalia and got
his license on Wednesday. On Thursday
morning he got Miss Kinsley to go to hN
houHo, where she concealed herself in an
room until Esquire VanGanvil
arrived. One of tho brothers ha 1 gone tor
Garrell. Before tho Squire arrived ol
man Kinsley arrived on the scene and
demanded his daughter, and said he would
kill Dufilchl if lie married her. One of the
Duliield boys took an ox aud made (or
old man Kinslsy and drove him of.
the place. Kinsley went away
a they sumxxid, to arm himself. At this
moment van Uarrell arrived. He toun I
one brother urnxnl with an ax and Dick
Dudley sat behind the stove with a double
barreled shot gun across his knees. Dick
said he intended to paralye old mtm
Kinsley if he came about the house to interfere
with the wedding. The Squiiv
made him give up the gun, warned him
as an oilicer to preserve the peace, aud
united II. C. Duilield and Miss Kinsley in
marriage. From the reckless character of
the parties it is feared that there will bo
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MAHONB AND GOODE.
Tho Tlrtrluln K.U4r Fiercely Do
iiottncrd by an l)x Contfrasmnii.
Richmond, Va., Oct 8. Ex-Congressman
Ooode has published a card in reply
to the charges made by Senator Mahone in
a spebch made at uni, Tale of Wight
Coon, Wednesday last, that Mr. Goiih
held his seat in Congress by fraudulen
votes, and was therefore a cheat. A I
ter saying that Mahone knew when h
made this cliaro that it was a dclibcruti
lie, Mr, Goode concludes his card as fol
lows: ,'PretcnUiug to be the champion o
tbo people, ho has done more to nebauci
public morals and ruin the good name o.
the State than any man who ha e.
lived upon her soil. He has b nkiupw ;
one of her greatest railroads, taking cut
however, to fill his own pockets will-enormous
Minis of money (Auimtng o
be a b.dicver iu the so-called code of houor
h'i bcani upon his forehead to-day tin-brand
of 'liar and coward placed thrc
by Col. Jubal Karly in tho presence of 10,-000
people of Richmond."
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X KftiiKtUlonal Klomon4 Down iu
SrATi:sviLH S. C, Oct 8. A sensational
elopement has caused rjuiten ripple
here, Mr. John B. Goodnight desired
to marry his cousin, Miss Mary J. Goodnight
Her guardian first assented, then
on the day set for sworo they
should not marry. John wanted Mary.
She was willing, anil so at midnight of
that night, in a pouring rainstorm, he
came to the door on horseback. The
plumb, pretty and plucky Miss Mary
jumped up behind him, and the hanpy
pair rode thirty-live miles into another
county. At 6 o'clock in tho morning they
aroused a clergyman who married them
as they sat on the horse, in all their dripping
garments. Roth aro clever people,
and matters have all been set right
LEFT OH" ATTTSLAB.
A Cincinnati Boy Lout on n Vo.v,M ,
la tbo Pacific
New York, Oct 8. While Preside!
Arthur was at Uio Fifth Avenue Hotel ho
was waited on by a Mrs. Hibben, of Cincinnati,
who asked the assistance of tho
naval authorities to find her son, Williatu
C, nibben, twenty years old, who was
a passenger on ' board the bark
Spartan, Captain Crofcsley, which left
this city for Honolulu on March 12,
last The vessel reached Ahger, Java, on
July 0, andprocecded, expecting to arrive
at her destination six weeks later. On
July 13.while near the coast of Agmcourt,
one of the Polynesian Islands, the captain
Bent his son Herbert and two of the crew
in a boat to examine the islaud. Young
Hibben was allowed to accompany them.
That was last ever been of tho
boat or the men. Mrs. Hibben
handed the president a letter
which her husband recently received from
the captain, in which he says that the
men are probably on some Polynesian
Island, He bearched for them a long
time, but could not find them and continued
his voyage. As soon as possible
assistance was applied for from our consul
at Amoy for agunboatto seirch the adjacent
island, but as ho was about to visit
Japan with his family he did not take anv
active measures for their relief. President
Arthur promised to do all in his
power to assist the sorrowing mother to
recover her sou, if ho is still alive.
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Tho Grant Work Kx pec ted to Bo Finished
Within n Year.
London, Oct 8. M. Frcdic Auguste
Bartholdi, the sculptor of tho gigantic
statue of liberty, destined to be placed on
Bedloo's Island, says that he hopes
his work within a year. On the trunk
ittle remains to be done, but a portion of
the right arm. which supports an immense
torch, still uemands a good deal of time
and labor. Tho expression of the features
is very grand, and entirely symbolical of
tho impression intended by the artist to bo
conveyed. The weight of the statue, Bartholdi
says, will bo about 4-10 tons. Previous
to the shipment of this immense
mass it will be necessary to cut it into 300
pieces. This division will have to be made
carefully, aud with a view to the
of complications, and will form no
small part ot the task of successfully delivering
the work in a complete form. M.
Bartholdi hopes to accompany the htatue
on its journey to Xew York, where he will
personally superintend the ndjutmcnta of
the difierent parts and tho final mounting
of the figure on its base. He is very
proud of the results of his efibrts thus far,
and savs he has no doult that when all is
finishe'd they wiltbc thoioughly approved
of by the American people.
WHISKY AT WASHINGTON.
A Strong 3Iovo Acalnwt Orftntlnc I.I
ctiijp. tt 4'ertnCn ?Miloon Keepers.
Washington, Oct 8. Tho ami liquor
selling people of Washington are making
an aggressive fight against the saloon keepers
of this city with the object of preventing
the issuage of licenses the coming
year. They have brought forward a
clause in the license regulations which
provides that license sin 11 not bo granted
to any peron who has been convicted in
the year preceding the application for
such license of violating any of the liquor
laws of the district, and through the grand
worthy chief templar of the district have
submitted it to the commissioners, with
a list of the names of every saloonkeeper
convicted in the past year of selling
lfquor on Sunday, after hours
to minors, and without license. This list
contains tho names of ninny of the principle
saloon and restaurant keepers, including
the proprietors of one of tho largest
hotels in the city. If tho regulations
which the prohibitionists have called up
aro enforced in all the cases they have
named, they will succeed in preventing
the granting of licenses to about 150 saloon
IIiKItrn Latest Interference.
Boston, Oct 8. The Post says: "Gov.
Butler has detailed two State detectives to
ork up the defense in the Amero case.
Attorney General Sherman is very indignant,
and says the Governor's action is
without precedent and in violation of the
constitution. The Attorney General has
vrrhten a sharp letter to the Governor, in
which he requests him to withdraw his
officers and leave tho department of justice
aud tho prisoner's counsel to manage
the ca.se. It is hinted the Governor has
reason to belie) the detectives employed
by the prosecution are using improper
means to secure Amcro's conviction."
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A Joke That Zidn't Work.
Dallas, Tpx., Oct. ft Eniil, a drummer
for Fred Meyer, grocer, of St Louis,
was brought here from Henrietta by a
Deputy united States Marshal, charged
with passing a $20 bill of Meyer's advertising
money. He owed a bill of $14 in
Henrietta, and handed his creditor a $20
bill of the above sort aud received $d
change. Ho had a hearing aud was bound
over in the sum of $150, which he has bo
far failed to give. Kmil says tho whole
thing was a joke; and he intended to go
back and pay the debt.
A Strike or Cur Driver.
Wasiuncton, Oct. 8. The car drivers
on the Belt Lino of street cars struck by
order of the Knights of Labor, and the caw
were withdrawn. The utriku was occasioned
by the refusal of the
to reinstate a driver discharged because
he refused to instruct a non-union
man in his duties.
A Political HtirprUein ItuMlmore.
Baltimouk, Oijt, 8. The talk of the
town in political circles is tho acceptance
bv J, Monroe Heiskell of the Independent
Democratic nomination'for Mayor against
F. C, Latrobe, the Democratic nominee.
Ho will be supported b some Democrats,
.the Kepublicans and Ivnights of Labor.