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JFonr CclcttlnlN llniiml Over Wtint n Koputitble Cliliimunn tinyn of" tiic Kvll. Nkw York, May 14. Tlic four who woro arrested on Friday nig) t at -Ho. 17 Mott stroot by Ollicer Edward 0 of tho Fourth Trccinct, wero arraigned In the Tombs Court Saturday. Tho policeman r hb, affidavits against them, charging tu.1 with smoking opium. Tho Mongolians described themselves as Jun Bin, aged thirty years; Sam Lung, twenty-six years old; Ah Hyck, twenty-five years of age, and Ah Joe, aged thirty-eight. Tho two first men lamed waived examination, but a lawyer ,who appeared for the other two demanded fc hearing, and sought to disprove the allocation, claiming that Hyck, who is a in Brooklyn, went to No. 17 Mott .trect, w.here the arrests were made, for 1he purpose of hiring a workman for his place, and that Joo, who is suffering from a tumor on his neck, was lying sick when .taken in custody. Justice Smith concluded that thoro was probable causo to believe the men guilty, and committed them for .trial, caoh in default of $300 bail. Their trials iwill bo had in tho Special Sessions Court next w,eek. M: A respectable Celestial has mado tho following statement in regard to these moral pest houses: "I know one house on Park street has leen very bad. I worked in a factory near ly kept by a Chinaman, and Bomo of the other Chinamen working thero lived in the .house. I have heard them talk often of meeting littlo girls of twelve and thirteen years there. They would be talking and 'boasting of it. In noarly all houses in Park, Pell, Mott, Bayard and other streets where Chinamen live with whito women these practices of opium smoking and immorality aro carried on. I know myself that in one big flat building on Mott street thero aro a number of tho apartments Chinamen and young whito girls." Still another one named Mercury Bays he lad met little girls in one placo ranging from tho ages of twelve to eighteen, but mostly around fourteen and fifteen years. '"Thero is ono place tbat nothing has been said about yet," he remarked. "It is on Pell street. It is a private house. It is kept by a Chinaman and his American wifo. In the basement there is an opium joint and a gambling room. Tho first floor is occupied by themselves, and the second and third floors Are occupied by little girls. There are about eight or ten girls kept there. They don't take any girls from around near, but get them uptown." Investigation apparently develops tho fact that tho extent of the opium smoking evil, n at first reported, has not been overestimated. The Frenchmen Crowded Out. Nkw Yohk, May 16. La Metropole, the only French insurance company doing business in this country, decided yesterday to withdraw from America, and to reinsure its Ticks in tho Niagara Firo Insurance Company, of this city. Tho French company entered the United States in 187!), with a capital of $253,191, under the management of John C. Paige, a well-known underwrite Its last repoit showed assets amounting $54-1,381. Its income in 1882 was S.'.dO.:.'. and its expenditures Mr. Pni tated yesteiday that the company wuul ( retire with $300,000 after paying all i debts and providing for the reinsurance o its risks with the Niagara. The reason 1 1 its withdrawal is said to be owing to the desire of tho company to utilize the capita invested here in its homo business. A CJonenil I.oelt.Oitt. Cincinnati, May 1G. Work was mi pended in all the shoe factories of the city yesterday, as was intimated in columns. It leaves 3,000 workmen out ol employ. RIVER INTi:i.UGKNCK. PiTTfBt'Rn, P May IS. Hiver 4 feet and hwlu'c iiml rifiiiu. cool unit eloiul. Cincinnati, May 16. liltvt 10 Inclien ani falling. Louiftvn.i.B.Mny 15. fulling, with 6 foe "JO InchcH in cliHiinol, I lent t Inches on fulls. m i ' i HARKETH U' TCI,EGKAPH, Cincinnati, May 15 1 p. m. Apples firm choice to SI (Kit4 V) pr lirli lair ii roinmon Ht $1 60.l iki. Itcnim: Muirous sell n $i W; common at ?J (Hi(j'J 7A; good t( choice medium, $1 J.l!. 10. Hulicr dull: nitd mil grades ipiift urfiuinTy la iimtt Ht 2.r(S27i', fa to good. 2iie; prime and iholce dliuj. .Uc; ehoiei northwestern, M&'..Hv', choc e WfMein Heeirt tu22c; good to pume Central Ohio, lOiitlbc; com moo thin at (&rJo. ( heee tit lit: Ui lo: vorthwettiuu; 14o tor choice Ohio; New York I5io. Coltee dull: iiifeiior, 8c; coiiiinon l fany, 0Ui Jain, 20(al!.V;i Uio. good, bk(itllo prime, lli:io. Dried litiitu Drill at 7j7)c to apples, new j nnd peaches, new. Gli),i'. Iluj inlet and receipts email; choice No. 1 timothy eld in active demand on urriiat at $11 txill M JJo. 2 nt 510 oOQll oo; prairie at tti wih fin, mixed, J7 WHJ; straw at $ ikiiJ no per ton. Eggi otuet at 1416o. Oianges tiriu: Jaitmlca, JO nt 8 00 per lirl: Valcn las in cases, Stl txtotvh uo Onions aro dull ttt i2 w& 25 per brl. Lemmii are dull at 5Hft:t 25 it lox. Molasses linn common to fair ew (Irh'iini, :i7C4tf; good tc prime, ingC'ic: choice, tiif. Sirup, 86.e maple sirttii, 7578o per khIIoii. Sorghum, pi imi to choice, 2S(i$'l5(i per gallon. I'otiUne.i active early roso ut 'JUo it bushel; rnsets, H5 a biinhel, SI (Xi u bushel; ;eet, S2 Mi(n'i tx per brl. Poultry quiet: chickens firm; omij f3 oo3 17; old quiet at 81 txi; tin keys firm at JSifSloo. Reese quiet at 4 IMiQS 00. Ducks easy at 8 1 60QI (to. SiiKur quiet: law, Sfraso; cutloat lo; poudtued, lte; A BllRurs 8j.c; extra C, 7?toHc; yellow ictined, 7'g 7u. Millfeed' supply larye, market quiet; hrun tia oo; 8H ixi; mlildlfrgd (Inn at 315 C 18 Ou, oils rirm: petroleum, Uudeg. test, HiC Oc: UO deg., 8(&tyo, and K'O deg. headlight, l-k 13c;lnrd oil linn ntH2!i4c; turjientine, 6o3V, or tho best grade; llnbeod oil, 64Q65o. Seeds clover, HQUJc a pound lor old; non, WAm&v from store; timothy, 81 76l oo, from store; riax, 470'JOo. Tallow: country, 708'sc; city, o Coal: I'lttiburg scarce at luc ulloat;deliieieil, Ur per bush, or $J 00 per ton; Kanawha, loo pel lush, deli voi od. Leaf Tobacco Tho following were prices nt th first sale: ; 85 SO, 8 50, C JO, 10, 4, 6, 4 C. 6 2 J, 10 25, 0 75, 10 25, 22 25, 13 10 25, 3 85, "7 61 6 95, 3 20, 0 20, 7, 8 30, 0 00, 10, 0, 17 26, 7 10, 7, 4 bO, 3 30, 0 65, 7 20, 12 60. Ilvo Stock MnrUct. ClaclBiiatl.Mav fall nippers, 865 CO; good to choice butchers', 85 'U 0 25; good to choice cows, 86 256 76; good to vnviuu nullum, oo aoou, common lo lair oxen, i CM, 60; good to choioo, 85QU; tamo light yearling! and calvps, a4 25. butchera and jxinvy anil pping, 7 46Q7 66; fair to cood pack dk. U W( 37 16; fair to Rood 86 80rti7 BO: com. roon, 88 10(36 76: eulla. 830 Id: Block lions. 85 64 03 73. Sheen and Lnmhs fnmmnn In fair wr.nl heep, 8S 76(4 60; good to oholoo, 84 76Q6 60. 5ni i5?me i0xtr nt ? '8j falr t0 good clipped, II 71 Clilcaco, May estimated to-day woro 1,800 head, agilnst 14,820 hoad, ., . v " "".-.. i reoolpts to-day were 6.400 oad, against 0.6M head, tho receipts" of Vcslerdvy, Wlli ' shipment) -- -J- LI.-.' 't ilJ of 1.200 head. Thn market was weak under incrcasod olterlnif, end fio lOwor per cwl nd aotlve. Exports, 80 40ga 60; poor tS choloe fh ppers, 85 250 85.' head; jhlpmonts, auo headi light ottorlngs: markel Urongly helthj r to choloo,83 toga 20. Windhorst & Blum, FASHIONABLE MERCHANT TAILORS, Hnvelust received their Spring Hloclt of Import ednnd I)(iintstIcUoo(lHOl'tlio Intcstslyles, prices reasonable mid work tho best. nu!ly A, R, GLASCuCK k CO I! Is tho bestjplnce to get bnrgnlns In prey goods, Estalolislied. 1865. EQUITY. GROCERY. G. W. GEISEL, No. 0,W. Nocoml 8f.,0t.Opcrn Hoiine, JUL"?. Krultwnnd Vecetablesln season. Your patron-use respectfully solicited. Hdly T. J. cuniErsr, Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter. Keeps constantly on hand Dntti Tubs, Water riosets, Wash Stands, Force and Lift Pumps. Wrought Iron mid Lend Pipe, Globe Augle ami Chech; Valves. Bleam and Water Gauges Dealer In the celebrated Calumet brand of Hewer and Drain Pipe. Jobbing promptly attended to and all work warranted. Second street, two doom nbove Geo. T, Wood's. 10d3m P. S. MYERS, Dealer In Groceries, Hats, Caps, Hoots nnd Blioes, Queenswnre andHnrdwnre. Highest cash price paid (or grain nnd country Produce. Jyl5d AIt. OLIVET iLYON&HEALY State & Monroe Sts., Chicago WIlliendrrrmM to tny fcddrcu their . BAND UATALUUUE, ' L for IMJ, 00 p, I0 fcnpvlup I "iiB lof lnittuia.nl, SulU, Cp", Iiclu, ll'omponi, Epttilelt, Op-Lampi. nnim Mmnr' StAfli. mil IfitfjL. Hnndrv mriil untnu. Iltninnff j Material, l'0 Inrluiln Initrndloti ml Hi- MiTMt lor Amiwnr iudo. aou tnuoiu f Choloi liaoil Uiulc febl2d&wly MOODY'SI For Tcachlnir all Z ! Brancliei of Dross UMiiNtMM Qahaal I Cutting, and every garment Huang sonooi Ug&f&r DRAPING, and all tho FINISHING PAHT3 of -DRESSMAKING! Position Guaranteed if Desired. LADIES Address: D.W.H00DY&C0. UtIok ont of the city BOARDED FREE 31 West Ninth 8 1, while learning. CINCINNATI. OHIO. mar3d&w3m HERMANN LANCE ssft i m n UJ HI o lJj m OtrAllGoinlsaiul Number -13, Second Mieei.tlnee doors below Market street, Mny.iVllle, Ky, apllHdly Desirable Real Estate FOR IF not wild before I will sell nt public on miiriliiy, Juno 'J. lhN:t my bouse nixt five lots, nil under leuce. sllunted In Clifton, near the pioperty of Mr. ' . B. Pearro Jr.. mid onlyiliree minute walk to the proposed Mrett rullwny. The house Is toinpiiuillvely new, has tluoe looms, kitchen, hall mid porch below, nnd wvo lo.'ins nbove, n nice cellar clMem. n Intge tiiiuuy hoiiM nnd nil iMTP'Hiry out buildings. lllti'tMi loiWfl Irult tit-ex. jtrnpes nnd other MiinU fiults. For hit tlier t nitlftilars rail and se mo ut my olllce opposite j orG, P. .Judrt, E ii, Allorney nt Law. Court street between Hecond nnd 'J hint streets. a2ldld O. A.McOKAt'KEN. SCROFULA I and all scrofulous diseases, Sores, Erysipelas, Eczema, Iilotches, Itlngworm, Tumors, Ilolls, and Kruptlong of tho Skin, aro tho direct result of an Impure stato of the blood. To euro these diseases the blood must bo purified, and restored to a healthy and natural condition. AVKii'rt S.utsAi'AitiLLA has for over forty years bcuu recognized by eminent medical authorities as tho most powerful blood purifier In existence. It frees the system from all foul humors, enriches and strengthens the blood, removes all traces of mercurial tieatnient, and proves itself u complete master of all scrofulous diseases. A Iteccnt Cure of Scrofulous Sores. "Somo months ago I was tioubled with scrofulous sores (ulcers) on my legs. The limbs wero badly swollen and Inflamed, and the sores discharged largo quantities of olleuslve matter. Every remedy I tried failed, until 1 used Ayeu'8 SAii8Al'Aiui.i.A,of which I have now taken threo bottles, with tho result that the sores aro healed, and my general health gier.tly linpioved. I feel very guitcful for the good your medicine, hos douo mo. Youis respectfully. Mus. Ann O'lMtiAN," 118 Sullivan St., New York, Juno 24, 1882, 61?" All persons Interested nro invited to rail on Mrs. O'Hrlun : nlso upon the Kov. Z. 1 Wilds of 7H East B4th Street, New York City, who will tako iilensuro In testifying to tho wonderful elllcacy of Aytir's not only in tho euro of tills lady, but In his own cuho und iitiiny others within his knowledge. Tho well-known writer on the Cotton Herald, B. V. HALL, of Jlochester, A'..,wrltes, June 7, 1882: " Having suiTered severely for somo years with Eczema, and having failed to llnd relief from other remedies, I have made use, during the past threo months, of Aybk'h Saiihai'AHU.la. which has eltected a complete cure. 1 consider it a remedy for all blood diseases." Ayer's Sarsaparilla stimulates and regulates tho action of tho and assjmllatlvo organs, renows and strongtlions tho vital forces, and spcodlly cures llhoiimntlsm, Neuralgia, Ithcumutle Gout, Catarrh, General Debility, and all diseases arising from an Impoverished or corrupted condition of tho blood, ami a weakened vitality. It is incomparably the cheapest blood medlclno, on account of its concentrated strength, and great powor over disease. C 1'llEPAItED BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowoll, Mass. Sold by all Druggists; prlco $1, six bottles for R J. C. Kacldey & Co. -Dealers in- Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots, Shoes Hats Caps and Clothing. Goods always what they aro recommended to bo. MtUu Btrcet, Germautowu, Ky. FHISTER Does not claim to undersell every other merchant in the city, but he docs claim to give entire SATISFACTIOIT To those who favor him Through, and Through And you can do as well as at prices and LOOK AT THE GOODS. 4 Ball Croquet Box 6 Ball Croquet Box 8 Ball Croquet Box AND IV3CXJC3EI FINER. Good Cotton 300 Pound Good Cotton 500 Pound Mexican Grass 1,000 lb. And All OUT-DOOR GAMES, SEND FOR. PRICES. FRAITK R. FHISTER, MAYSYIIjIjB, WILSON 6cDIETRICH, EAST SECOND ST. Bierbower's Old Stand, MAYSVILLE, KY REPAIRING ilono In tho UKSr MAKXEUutllie LOWEST PRICES, THE! BEST PLACE -TO STOVES, GRATES, MANTELS, TINWARE, ETC -IS Blatterman OUR SPECIALTIES. Lnlcst ono roost Improved styles ol Ccoliiiip nnd Ilentlnc Ploves. mnde nt Vlicrlliiir W Vn ot hot blast clinrcoul Iron,. warranted not to huvoailngle ouuceot Kciiipln tliem. 'ilieto Stoves of course, u ear tlio longest. JIOVNi: UltNIKlI 1KG ; IS or nil kinds nnd the nest quality. MONITOH Oil .VI OVEN-The only nb.solutoly sufo oil stove In the world I.ITTI.K JOHKIt WAMIINO MA Clitnn and Eflectlve. Best mnde. , QUEEN OF THE WEST WATER JUtAWEK, which saves liulf of tho labor of watortromn well or cistern. K lllliT llllEAKrANT'OOKINO STOVE, which lsndmlttfd by nil who linvo used It to linvo no superior. Cull and fcee It. Cull and see ns whether you wUh to buy or not. npl3diy BLATTERMAN & POWER. 14,508 i3oxos sold in a year by OWE Druggist of &- Act Directly on tltc Livcr. Cuiiks Chills and Pkvkk. Rick IIkadaciir, Dilious Colic, TION, UIIKUMAT1SM, 1'ILKS, 1'ALl'lTATION OK T1IK IlKAIlT, PlZZINKSS.TOltl'IDLlVEB, COATUOTONOUE. HLKKl'LlLSSNICHa. AND ALT. DlHKAHKS OK THE LlVKIl AND STOMACH. If you do not "reel very well," a single put at 8tltnulntes the stomucti, restorea the appetite, lmpurts vlt'or to the system. R. E, SELLERS & C0.t Pittsburgh, Pa, J. C, Pecor & Co. MAYSVILLE, KY. GARDEN SEEDS, r AIM TS, Ol LB, VAIINIHH, mul HEADY 9IIXEU PAINTS, WALL PAPER. Building- Paper, Carpet Paper, AND WINDOW SHADES. f with a call. Take his stock any other place. Notice these then call and $1 OO $1 25 $1 50 Hammock - - $1 25 Hammock - - SI 50 Hammock - - $2 50 BUILDERS OF RflRRlAGESj BUGGIES, LIGHT WAGOXS, Sulkies, Etc. Etc. Etc. BUY- I! AT- & Power's. B BiA A AbaolntAlTl)iirm1ii..f Rttmn. K I llnfllllMI" toKrecmauU'erfumer, II 9 U 1 1 U 1 1 1 lm fr.' AM W-' t., Cln, TSoI 14 tottle; 4, eipreis p&id $3. THE EBEl PIANO rorpowor.purltyoftono.brllllnncyoftoucli beauty of finish and durability It has no equalriio most emluont pianists prououueo 1 1 THE BEST IN WE WORLD. L, F. METZGER. MANAGER, Branch ofllco, Maysvlllo, Ky ;A1bo, Tho Matchless: BURDETT ORGAN. A full supply of pianos onil organs constantly on hand, Correspondents promptly an wored. Tayinents easy. sep20U&wly. U LADIES THE RACES. MAY 15, 16, 17 STEAMBOATS will mukeronnd trips from Mnywllle to the Fnlr Grounds nt 6 cents j one wny lfi cents. Reduced rates nnd especlnl iiccomodutlons by rull. Hacks 2.5 cents uach way. PURSES $6,300.00. Rnces called each dny nt 1:30 p. m. Tho trnck Is now in better condition than ever before und every arrangement complete. LADIES EGNE W Manufacturers STOVES, GRATES, TINWARE, HOLLOW. West Corner of Market and OMAHA, LEADER, SPLENDOR. CHARTER, ARCADE, SLATE and IRON GRATES and MANTELS ol all Kinds. NEW FIRM. BIEHBOWER & CO., (Successors to AJ. FGNFW d CO..) G. W. Tudor's old Mnnd. No. SO Mniltel slreet. Mnysvllle, Kentucky, nnnounce tt tl c ul llcil nt 1 vli p j uirliuccc ihe InUieU i A. J. ew & Co., wllli coi duel iheSiovennd Tin tl t 01x1 ii ami of O V.lrdoi o Mniltcl stieet, Mnysvllle. Ky. 'Jhc new Hi in Is comjoMd oi;piiicllml nun ol kiLg txpeilenct nnd worltmeii. Ulie.be.st binnds of STOVES and TINWARE will be conMnntly kept on hnnd at the PRirFS. Roofing nnd other like work done In tlie best mntuici 111 diiuainnlecd to give muIkIiicIIoh. Atlintlvennd polllo salesmen nt our stoie will kIvp rliiHt ntttiitlon to the wants ol 0111 custc nieis. KS'All d(bts owlnp by thelali Jlim of A. J. Fvnew & Co., will be paid by us nnd nil claims duo said Ann are payable lo us by the leimsof the puicbiife. Yours Respectfully, BIEHBOWER Sc CO. TO THE PUBLIC- friends favor them with ilielrpniioimue. CLOTHIKB. CLOTHING. KENTUCKY CLOTHING HOUSE Fresh arrival of Spring Goods to be sold at the lowest possible prices. A Complete line of latest styles and best make of CLOTHING, for men, youths and children. Positively the finest line of Piece Goods, imported and domestics, ever brought to this citv, which we are prepared to make up in the latest styles and fashions. Perfect fits guaranteed. Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods including many novelties. Hats, Caps, Trunks and Valises. Call and see us. 31 Second St. Our Future Purpose ! Is to tender tho fnrmerndvnntnues heierelofo un heard of In tlio business world by DISCONTINUING AGENCIES AND COM MlbSIONH AND SELLING DIRECT TO at tbo lowest possible wholesale prices, as tho following schedule will lully indicate. BUGGIES: Largo invoices just received. Superior to any ovor brought to tho city whioh wo cast on tho markot at $57.50 to $135. PABM WAGONS from $57.60 to $05.00. DOUBLE SHOVEL PLOWS, including oxtra tongues, $2.60 to $3.60. CORN PLANTERS from 76 cents to $37.50. TWO HORSE CULTIVATORS from $10.00 to $20.00. CORN DRILLS, $14.00, heretofore $18.00. CHAMPION REAPER and MOWERS, Spring Tooth and Randall Harrows. Stool and Cast Plows. Sulky and Revolving Hay Rakos. MoColm's Soil Crusher. Springflold Engines and Threshers. Driving Wagons. Villago Phootons and Carriages all at correspondingly LOW PRICES. All persona nro invited to cnlijnnd sco usjafour stock 1b large and must bo bold. M7ALL, RILE? c& PORTER, nplSdly FREE. BSTFINE M'OKT Promised. Largo Meeting Certain. FASTEST Morses in America to be Present. and 18, 1883. FREE. & ALLEN, and Dealers In- MANTELS, COPPER, WOOD and STONEWARE. Third Streets, Maysville, JTy, Bird Canes, Brass Kettles Wooden and Willow Ware. Grmillo Iron nll!f rieliOM, 1AO, of nil ltliulM. NEW GOODS. 1 c rdlully recommend thenbovonnmed firm, nnd "would be plensul to have my old customers nud Respeotlully. (inrhSOf Awflm) G.AV. TU10R. Vicroy & Lee. JrTo, 7 Sutton and 18 Second Streets,