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FRIDAY EVENING, DEO. 21, 1883. Tlio above -number represents the circulation each week, of tlio Daily and Weekly Bulletin. AdvertUors are Invited to call tbemsolvei ot the troth of tnr statement, ami they are requested to henr ti mind that our ra es for advertlslug are tbi lowest. EC Sr. Louiu hue asked Congrosa to est:b" lish a mint there. SrEAKEtt OAnusLK is oxpected to his committees on Monday. There are twelve thousand sovon hundred and sixty-three Welshmen in Ohio. The Court of Appeals and the Superior Court havo taken a recess until the 7th of January. Senator Beck expects to spend the holidys in North Carotins, duck hunting with 8enator Vnnce. The charges mado against Evans were those mado by Crumbaugh. The Senaio treated them as utterly puerilo. The Republican sido of tho House sat squaroly down upon the assumption of Koifcr of being their leader. A St. Louis belle is very proud of a flno horse she owns. Her lover is going to put of liny in her stocking this Christmas. It is reported from Washington that tho appointment of Mr. M. 0. Hutchins as postmaster of this city, will bo opposed in tho Senate . In tho Virginia Senato tho special elections to fill vacant scats in that body, held upon the order of the Governor, wore declared void by a strict party vote. i Tub Loulsvlllo Post says General Simon Bolivar Buckner and Hon. J. A. McKenzio will probably bo candidates for the Senato, to succeed Goneral Williams. Mb. Cubtis. in his report to tho commission appointed to inquire into the subject of trichina), says the health of tho western hog is good. Who does this refer to? It looks as though an extension would have to be built to tho sub-treasury. Seven vaults are now filled with silver dollars nearly 24,000,000 in all thero is only room for ono million more. Through Mrs. Governor Blackburn's kindly interest, the convicts in the peni tentiary will bo given a bountiful Christ mas dinner. 8ho has given her private check of $50 to aid in securing tho b try food. . . The failure of tho Standard Coal and Iron Company .with headquarters at Columbus, O., caused a good deal of excitement In Now York money circles. The concern is a big one, with a capital stock of $25,000,000. . Mn. Hoar's bill providing for tho cast ing of the electoral voto by the electors of each State on tho second Monday of January succeeding Presidential elect ions, has been favorably reported by the Senato Committeo on Elections. .III! Q I Comptroller Lawrence will hold that parties having claims against tho Government can not collect interest, as the presentation of claims would be dolaycd, and tho Government compelled to pay in proportion to the ability of the claimants to evade a settlemeut. There was a lively debato in tho South Carolina Senato last week over a proposed law to admit divorces in that 'State. It was in a fair way to success when an amondment was adopted providing that after divorce neither party could marry again during the lifo of the other. This defeated tho wholo measure Democrats, who are opposed to appointment ns Chairman of the Appropriations Committee, think that by making it Carlisle will dofo.it himsolf for renoraination for Speakership of the next House in caso that body is Democratic. Blackburn aud other will fight him in his own delegation they Bay,- whilo a very large number from outside delegations would join them. TitEprinted statement that Gov. Hendricks has gono abroad for medical advice or treatment is denied by tho members of his family at Indianapolis, and U19 story is known to his friends to bo untrue. He will not visit London, and the party will not bo in Paris moro than two or three dayfl. It is purely u pleasure trip for too whole party. Mr. Hendricks is in as robust health how an he has been at any timo within tho pnst ten years. " . m i The Cincinnati News-Journal of tho 30tli Inst.; Bays': The snide Jewelry store and bunko Joint at No. 388 Wwt Fifth, opposite Home strte', yesterday again oaiwp to the front, and bunko business being rather dull, a clear case of delloorato robbery wan indulged in by one ef the alleged Dalesmen, or capper, name J. .H. Hall, who was arrested nut locked up for practicing a trlolc game. It seems yesterday a blier In the person of W. L White. oI'MaysvllIe.Ky., arrived In thin city, autf a what seems uow to be a forgone conclusion.. wa steered malum the Joint. Alter resorting to numerous scheme to heal moneyi the robbeni hit uimu him out el hU IholdSa of Inducing Uegionile''U win a nrisa by drawing from a number of envoi Spm wfd to contain a price. Thin White cauJtat OBto, and after ranking a draw and iVvJiTii. w about toiepeat the performance hM fbU, rolT of , which hud taken from huMet, w i anafched from him by Hall urhifraB away, but was arrested on above slatU, W.W aftorwrd. Tlw ey was reeoverdt M2&LZ1 COUNTY POINTS. MAYHMCir. Slurried, at tint residence of Mr. Wra, Clark. nvur Mnysllck, Dpc lOlli, by ltev. J. H. Mlm Lucy H.Clark to Mr. Hnmuel H. Jouetsor Bh irpslniiK, Ky. The bride was dressed In white mull and satin trimmed with point Isce and nntural flowers. The urootn looked handsome nnd becomingly ilrefcsed. Attendants: Mls Mattle Ithoades. Mr. Loo West,,. MIm Mary fthndps nnd Mr. P? P. Chirk. The following Is n lUt or present:: From the groom, handsome set of furniture. Mr. Joe Clark, sllvci sugar bowl. Mr. D. Clark, silver buttordlsh. Mr. J nmcs ('lark, lamp. Miss IJelie Hoese, one dozen sliver spoons. Mrs. Mary Hums, pin cushlou. Miss Lllllo lthoades. silver butter knife. Mr. Lyman Hmltli, towels. Mr. Win. Bmlth, scissors. Mr. James It. Clarke, silk lintidkerchelf. Mr. Ilcn Clark, silver butter knlfo. Miss Carrie Uraves. handsomo vases. Miss HudloClurk. berry bowl. Willie nnd Fox Clark, glass dlihos. Miss Lucy Hcese, pair of towels. Mr. Lawrence Hums, vases. Mr John Hunt, silk hniidkcrchell. Mr. M. 11. MclCrell, luce scurf. Mlssos Mary and ilnltlo Ithoades, vases. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, silver knives aud forks. Mr". Wra. Clark, tablecloth. Mr. Thomas l'atton. fire set, Mrs, HUcer, haudxora'i pin. Mrs. K. Hums, splasher. Miss Mangle Hawkins, glass set. Mrs. Hlrnin Dye, preserves. Mrs. II. Hawkins, preserves. Mr. E. l Clark, set of china. TUCKAHOK HIDOr. Winter has come In good earnest. The merry llnkleofthn sielli bells lim for the lau tow days been heard throughout our neighborhood. Mrs. Nancy HUlwoll. who for tho past two weeks uas ucen quuo in, is siowiy improving. Mlssos Nellie aud (llennle Pickett, ot Frunklort. arrived nt " Woodlawn" Saturday evening, wliero thoy will remain during tho uurisimas in nuays. Mr. It. Q. Humphreys, of Maysvllle. spent Sunday uud Monday with liieuds ill " Wood side." Wonro glad to stnte that Miss Balllo Hoi-ton. who has been HI for several days, is uble to be out again. Our Ileaslcy school, under the management of Miss Mollle llacon, H progressing nicely, Willi aoouiiniriy regular pupus. Elder J.C. Flunk was with us last Lord's Day. Of course wo had an excellent dis course. John U. Ilncon sold sev ral flno cattle last week, for which ho received a good prlco. Moonshine. A of Misfortunes. Itev. 15. II. Siishett, of Georgia, tells tho following story in reference to a gentleman and his family, residing in Ala. He says: His friend whh in tho sitting room at the time engaged in conversation with a friend, his little boy cuiiio in whilu he was talking, and was troubling his father, mid the father, not wishing to be disturbed, centlv MiBhed the little fellow aside, telling him at the same time to go away. In pushing tho little fellow aside, ho stumbled, nnd fell against the stove, killing him instantly. The father screamed, and, in so doing, startled hia wife who waB up stairs bathing her baby. In try-to come down the stairs she fell and broke her neck. Tho heart-broken father and husband and father went up stairs a short time inter und found that his wife hnd left the baby in tho tub and it had fallen over and drowned. It was more than the father could stand, and in a few minutes he blew his own brains out. Thus a family that half an hour before was perfectly happy, was each and every member dead. We havo never in our lifetime heard of a sadder story. An Editor's Trousers. An editor in Chicago recently ordered a pair of trousers from tho tailor. On trying them on thoy proved to be several inches too long. It being lute on Saturday night, tho tailor's shop was closed, and the editor took tho trousers to his wife nnd nsked her to cut them oil" and hem them over. The good lady, whose dinner had porhnps disagreed with her, briisnuclv refused. The mi mo result fol lowed application to tho wife's sister and to the eldest daughter. But before bedtime the wife relenting, took the pants, and cutting oil six indies from tho legs, hemmed them up nicely and restored them to tho closet. Half an hour later her daughter taken with compunction for her un filial conduct, took tho trousers, and cutting olf six inches, hemmed and repluccd them. Finally, tho sister-in-law felt tho pangs of conscionco, and she too performed an additional surgical operation on the garment. When tho editor appeared at breakfast on Sunday tho family thought a Highland chieftain had arrived. Utcsar'u mistake: "Boss, will you toll mo how to mako ro6t beer?" asked a colored man .of a clerk in a drug store, a day or two ago. " Yes, I will. Take a hickory stick, throe gallons of water, an old hat, a quart of molasses, a paper of tacks and a pound of cayenno pepper, und boil and skim and set in a cool pluco." "Suy dat ag'n, boss, bo I cun Tho clerk repeated his directions and tho customer brought his fist down on tho counter with the exclamation : "I sees where I sp'ilod my hull butch I 1 left out do tucks I" Curious Cnee Dttoldcd. Baltiuork,Dcc SO. In the case of tiara'i II. Taggart, executor of the will of tut late Zenas Baruum, against Frank Barnuir devisee and the Mayor and the City Council of Baltimore, .Cudge Fisher filed his decision Wednesday in favor of tho city authorities. The deceased left his estat valued at $80,000 to Mr. Taggart In trust for bis brother, Frank Barnum, with a proviso that if the latter should become a priest or member of any conclave 01 society of the Iloman Catholio Church, th astato should pass to tho Mayor and City Council for the benefit of the McDonougt Institute. Tho devisee, Frank Barnum, having become a member of tho order of Jesuits, the city claimed the fund foi tho object delegated "by the will. The brothers and sisters of the deceased claimed that the devise to the city was void ami that the estate should descend to the holrs and uext of kin. S77Z jsMaun, b well-known Boston dealer at Brighton, has left Brighton ft Connecticut, and, it is said, he issued aboi $'.,0i)0 in checks to various parties, an that the checks, which ar on the Brlghto Iluuk, are worthless, as they were date, ahead. John Wklbh and Hiram Ehrgott, tw patients at the Lackawanna Hospital, a Pa., were found dead In he Wednesday morning, suffocated by git They occupied a room alone on the tint, floor, and it is supposed that they blew on the gas upon retiring; Dh. Zucketokt, at Baltimore, playr blind-folded ten games of chtws sliniiltam ously against ten of tba best players h. this city, and succedsd In winning eight o. them. Among the defeated contehtunU was Alex O, Belman, who outplayed Zucketort on tfas first night of his playing In Baltimore, They Speak for Themselves ! TS BARGAINS Wo Offor JLax Men's Shirts, Men's Undershirts, Men's Hosiery and Men's Gloves. Large and complete stock. Men's Scotch ..,.- Wool .Under- shirts 50 cts., f Wlllll ,-l I wJ worth $100 Men's Scarlet Wool shirts 75 cts. and up. Men's heavy Merino Shirts at 35 and 40 cents. GtIjO"VE Men's Warm Gloves for walking, riding or driving at 25, 50, 75, and 1.00 a pair. Ladies' and Children's Warm Gloves 15, 20, 25 and 50 cents per pair. Hosiery I Hosiery ! Hosiery I Just opened an immense purchase of Hosiery which we place on sale at less than 50 cents on the dollar. Black SILKS, Colored Silk VEL VETS, Black and Colored VELVETEENS, at very Low Prices. J. W. SPARKS & BRO., No. 24, Market Street, MAYSVILLE, KY. f :of every description nt: F. 3E3C. TRAXEUS. IV A TiltWU TjihiIah I nfani Tatfara MnuAntnl falilviAf Ttfinaplna 'MTtTSS A lartnnitu aju4tj irmuuil jj;iat uj vd, ww KIlbertH. 1'ecau, CiiwtuuU. TeanutN. Fig, lA'inon reel, Foreign and Domestic Fruits of nil kinds nnd quality. Finest assoitment of common and choicest FINEST CANDIES. A choice lot of CIGARS and We have on our counter three hundred and fifty Boys' and Children's lOVERCOATSr that we shall make a run on at from $2 to $4 each. Gome and see them before they are all closed out. HEOHINGER BR0S.&00. QKORQi: II. IIKISKR, iDealer Pineapple Hams. Home-made Yeast Cakea, maySOdly HKCOND BTItEKT. TAMES A UARK, (Successors to Thorns Jackson,) Livery, Sale and Peed Stables Htreot Hark orders promptly attended to at nil limes, finest and latest style Turnout. Horses bought and sold on Uommtwdon. Mar. ket HI. four doors below Control Hotel. alS) A M. KOtitiKM, I)KA.LEK IN Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps. II R. See. bt, mrliHlily MA YUVILLK, KY, YT AY' VILI.K I1 K 3IOUMK. DYEING nnfj CLEANING luHllk and Woolen Uxxll, DrexseN, Hhawls, lllbboiiH In all color. Uenilmneii'tt clotlilnu Cleaned and Dyed Kronl trel. Hill House, H JttHKIMI HUKNNKIt, Dyer, Very good quality of iuiM)iui imuiiioh iihiuiioo, 41 u u oiiummn, Dutea, CurinnU), Cltrou, Orange and Candle! TOBACCO. MATTIK CARS, Second ttrett, January's lllock. Millinery Gttds, Hats, Laces, Feathers, Trimmings etc., ol the latest irty lea, Prloes Lovr. ineMldly tJi'mTtbaxei BAKER AND OONFHOTION1R. Ice cream parlor open for tho season. Ah. solutely pure candles. Fresh bread of all kiuds. Furnishing weddings and parties a specialty, I'rlees low. may idly D K.T.H. ft. NMITH, DECfTIT. Will devote his whole time to the preservation of tho uaturul teeth. Dr. U. W. WarUle will take charse ol all the mechanical work, such as void, nilver.oontlnuousgum, celloloiii and rubber plates. mchSJdly yANOKY AALKXANBBR, IiB KKI.IABLE LIVERY, SALE AND FEED STAKES, Vehicles ol all kluds. good stoek and earafal drivers. Horse kept by the day, or week on reasonable terms. HeoouU sU betweea Market aud Limestone, PRAHK REVIBTR, Manufacturer of Old-ABS. Proprietor of the celebrated brands i Hold the Fort. Parlor Queen and Mother Hubbard. Beet cigars In the market. Poll variety ol smokors' articles. , Second street, atly maysvillk. ky MART R. THttKAN, Dealer in Millinery and Notions, Announces that the bos Just rveelved her fall stock, which will be found very and that she has also seou red the ser vices of an accomplished trimmer from Cincinnati. One price only. IS E. Hccond St., M1J HAVBVILLE, KY. ps.oexBeif, Dealers In Htaple and Fancy JDjUT GOODS, BHUOND BTRK8T. mobSlly MAYHVILLK, KY. m BAVW, ' VVUN IH9IINU aBS nnd Rata, Caps. Trunks and Valises. The latest fall styleajnst received. Market BU, aplSdly MAYHVILLK, KY. AM HECXIVINa BAII.Y' the bet brands of FRESH OYSTERS! which will be served In all styles. For Kale also by thecun, or In bulk at reason-able prices. T.J.NOLIN, at Ulerley's confeotlonery store, Becoud HU ItTRM. A. J. WIIAIAHtt. CARPETS, Rugs, OH Cltths and Mattiflgs Will be sold CHKAI tor the nest thirty days, Call and see Uiem. mchDUly tfo. SB, Sa$t tkootut Strett. ptiFIKW A AI.LKN, STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, mantels, etc. Mole utcout tor the celebrated Oinaha and Leader stoves, ltoofloe aud nut terlne orornDtly and satUtactorllrJone. Cor ner o7 Market and Third .streets, A. K. Glascock's old stAUd. apUSdlw 33stet"bllsl3.ad.a.fflC EQUITY GROOBRY. O. W. GEISEL, Ho. ,W. Beceud Mt.,'pp.perHeBfle, Fraltsand VeKetableslnseasou. Yoarpalroa sje reapeetroiiy souciwii. iitaiy f HE BAt'LTttN BBO GOOD INTENT Livery and Sale Stable. A full Itneof all kinds of vehicles on hhnd forsate. hire or exchange. Horse kept by day, week or month. Largest and best appointed Livery Utable In the west. Prices, a low as any. uest aiumuun 10 venicioo sioieu. Telephone connection. Mo. 40 and 2 west Becoud HU, ap!7dly MAYHVILLK, KY. W W. LYNCH, Mauulucturer of and Dealer In BOOTS AND SHOES. Ladles' and children's flue shoes a specialty Custom work made to order, ItepalrlUKneatl) and promptly done at moderate charges. No, 41 Market steett, Kasl aide. ally MAYHVILLK, KY 'photographer, Becoud street, next dooi lo Dr. Martin's aplGdly MAYHVILLK, KY. 4 HUNAN'S BOOT AND SHOE STORE. Custom work a specialty. Large stock. All Kinos at lowcai prices. No. 47, Market slree . two doors below D. A. lucnaruson a uo.'s grocery. atdAwty MAYHVILLK, KY. TT ONT A B0TLK, Every new shade In DRESS GOODS, Crashed Btrawbarry, Eleotrlo Bine, Kgyptlan eta, and new TrliiimlB to mated. HooondHU, mchSlly MAYMV1LLIC, &.X. T W.QAI.BRA1TH, ATTBNKT AT LAW, Real Eatateaed Collocttngr Aceaey, Third strest, neir Ccart house, mylOly M AYBV1LLE, KY. JOHN H. FOYNTZ, JR INSURANCE AGENT. Oldest and beat Companies. Insures for full value. Low rates. Losses promptly paid. No discounts H u delays. Offloe corner Th Ird and Market streets. aplUly M V, MAHHH, ATTORN BY AT JLAW, JmnUee of else Pettce, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE AMNT. Will advertise aud sell real estate. No eharges whatever unless a Kale la consummated. Deeds, eaortmws Ao. written at rates as low as any one's. OIBce Library llalldlng, Button street, A O.HR4WNINO,M.B., PHY8HHAH AN $UPfOEJN. Offlce aud residence south-east corner ol Third and Button stroet. Will slve special attention to diseases peculiar to feraalM. apllidly MAYHVILLK. s 1 J. BAVOHESTT. No. , West Becoud BtreeU Monuments, Tobletn and Headstones; al ways on hand. Orders by mall will reeelvt the same prompt attention as It delivered In person. aplSdly J RLAKReH, THE WALTHAM WATCH STORB. Headquarters forCloeka, Ullver Ooods, Jew Hry etc. All work promptly aud Beeund Bt Kast ef Market. ap!7 a i.t miVHtmrnn, Dealer la Htaple and Fancy aROOERIES, has KKMOVED from his eld sU'ad to the bulldlntr on Beeond atrsot lately nnnunlMl hr Uharlea II. Krank. apHrfly Y A, MKAJMt FUimtSWNfi UMOTAKER. rail llot Barlal Kobes oust aH oritalM ra. quired by -the BHdertaklng trod. Drders promptly attended to day or Rtcat. mWiy Ho, , tkat Seeend rW. AYER'S Sarsaparilla eures KheumntUm, Knnralgla, Ithenmatlo Oont, General Debility, Catarrh, and all disorders caused by a thin and Impoverished, or corrupted, condition ot the blood; expelling the blood-poisons from the system, enriching and rcnovrlng tho blood, and restoring its powor. During a long period of unparalleled Avr.n's Sarsai'AMLUI has proven Its perfect adaptation to the euro of all diseases originating In poor blood and a weakened vitality. It Is a highly concentrated extract of Sarsaparilla and other roots, combined with Iodide of I'otasstum'nnd Iron, and is the safest, most reliable, and most economical and blood-food that oau be used. Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured. " Avan's Sarsapabilijl has cured rao of the InBammatory Rheumatism, Ilh which I hara suffered for many years. W. II. MoonK." Durham, la., March 2, 1882. " Eight years ago I had an attack of Rheumatism so severe that I could not more from the bed, or dress, without help, I tried beveral remedies without much If any relief, until I took Avku's Sarsaparilla, by the use of two bottles of which I was completely cured. I have not been troubled with the Rheumatism since. Have sold large quantities ot your SARsavakilla, and It still retains Its wonderful popularity. Tho many notable cures It has effected In this vicinity convince me that It Is the best blood medicine ever offered to the public. E. F. IlAliltls." Hirer St., Ilucklaud.Mass., May 13, lbBl'. " Last March T was so weak from Kenoral debility that I could not walk without help. Following the advice of a friend, I commenced taking Atku's Sarsapabilla. and before 1 had used three bottles I felt as well as I everdidln tny life. I have been at work now for two mouth, and think your Sabsapauilla the greatest blood medlclno In the world. James maykard." 620 West 42d St., New York, July 19, 1882. j ATXR'a SARSAPARILLA cures Scrofula anil sdl Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, Itlngworm, Blotches, Sores, Itolls, Tumors, end Eruptions of tho Hkln. It clears the blood of all Impurities, aids digestion, the action of the bowels, and thus restores vitality and strengthens the whole system. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; price 1, six bottles, f 5. Dr. BATE 85 S. (M St., Of p, Court House, CHICAGO, ArtnUrcrsdasts. Rpeclnll.t In thiljnit.il bUUt. wboM Ul'U LOW KXI'KUILXCE. pirftct m.lhod and pur medietas loturs M'KKliT snd rxaUANENT cunr.1 of all i'rlftlo, C'hronlo and N.rrou Uitatus. Aflccllona o( th Mlood, Mkln, Kldner. Hlndder, Eruption, Ulcer. Old or(SMrelllnlT nf theUlunda.Nore Mniilli, Throat, Hone Pulnt, pennintntly cured and mliesttd from the sitem lor HI. M EBVtfl 1 1 iHMlf. XmiHftrt,Tt lml and Fhyilcal Weaknrt, Sailing ilnnory, Weak r$. Blunted Development, Impediment to Xarriage, etc, from exeeixes or any eaute, tpeedlly, toely and privately CitmV and Old men, and all who need medical .kill and experience, con.ult Dr. Bat at ones. Ills opinion coat nolulnv, and may ear fntnr raiser and shame. When Inconrenlent to visit th cllr fur treatment, mrdicines can be sent tenrwher br mall or ipres frrq from la self-evident that a uhniolan who (irea bia whole attention to a elass of diseases rn.t skill, and plijilcltnn throughout the countrr, knowlnrthl., freqnentlr recommend difficult ease to th Oldest BpeelulLI, br whom rvery known arood remedy Is nsed. Itato Aare and Experience tnak hi opinion of luportunee. avTho.o who rail aee no on bat th Doctor, Consultations frex and sacredly confldentlnl. Uaaea which hare failed In ohtnlnlnt relief elsewhere, especially solicited. Female Diseases treated. Call or write. Hour", from I) to 4 to t Kundara, lO to ltt. GU1UK lo HEALTH SXKT Fail. Addresa as above. RBB ism sVJaBaBaBaRBH O ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT. Don i Punish YourGhildrGnI K Bnt go to ypur dnigslst or merchant and get a bottle ot Wlllat World Worm Cuiidy. the meet rfflclont and palutnhle worm inudlclnd made. It la put un In dellKhtfiilly llnvorutl sticks ot candy, aud the littlo oucaluvu to take It. pun MANUFACTORY i m F. L. TRAYSER, iDealer In . PIANOS ORGANS. ALL IH9TRUHENTS WARRANTED I PIANOS TUNED AND REPAIRED FrHt Htreei', Maygvillc. T4HN T. YI.BHING. XXSURAKOX: AGENCY. RanrMmnl. Hi. . r.nii.ln.. .i .-. m jr ir i iuu .uu Liverpool n 111 Globe. Uermon American, of New York, und US watr a,nZZZ"'. IV"! rn ton streets. nii7iiv w 1X1.1 AM HUNT. MtuxnlBX44irAi anil tHftinn. .. i.iitedwVndsof "u"wr "' u,a c,, BUvw Dollar. Wm. Hani's Dark Tlorse Hn. ... -wm. Tttwm, jnayavuie, Ky,