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THURSDAY EVENING., JUNE 17, 1869. . , , H- OBERLY & CO
Tfff? LA TE PRIZE FIOIIT.
Tho St. Louis 'Republican' devotes over
three columns (solid nonparlel) to the de
tails of the tight between Allen and Mc
Coolo, and bnvimr a fair estimate of the
vitiated condition of tho public taste, tho
nublluhera struck off fifty thousand oxlra
copies of tho paper. This Immcntio extra
edition was exhausted before 0 o'clock In
tho morning, and had It been ono bun
dred thousand copies there Is no doubt
but that every copy or It would have
The fight was short but terrific. In the
first round thnro was 'blood" for Allen
and a "knock-down" for McCoolc. Iu
tho second round Allen put ln n "sting
er" under McCoole's right eye, "and
went to grans" out of compliment to one
of McC.'s sledgo-lmmmer blows In tho
breast. McCoolo ''oumo to tho scratch"
panting, and bleeding profusely, his
rlifht "netner" nearly closed. Allan
preserved n 'clean face." McCoolo. Kot'
In a "sounder" oil Allen's breast and two
more on his sides. A clinch followed
and Alleu wdnt down. Allou yvas. tho
first to rosppud to tho fourth call. Tho
fighting that ensued was not only spirit
ed but fierce. Heavy blows passed rapid
ly. Alien wonp down, ,to avoid puulsh
meat, aiid kcCoole, was carried oil bleed
At tbd fifth call Allen was first to re
spond; McUoblo wu9 9low,,bqt determin
ed. Alien planted Ms blows at Mac's
face; rise latter struck out wildly, and
flnallywenl down, for tho first time, his
eyo terribly Swollen and his fucu looking
like a distorted "Ueorgo tho Fourth
nose." Tho sixth round was rv swift and
frantic one, closing by McCoolo going
down. Tho seventh 'rouud brought out
severul.wlhl lunues ou tho, part of Mc-
t ooio which wnrcnvolucu uy Alien quuo ,
adroitly. Ji. clinch followed and Allou
wus thrown", high fall. Tho confidence
of McCooIe's friends began to weaken, ns
when the elgth round was .called Mao's
right oyo wna entirely closed. Allen put
homo another, however, on tho old
wound, ami saw his antagonist again go
down. At the n.uth round McCoolc
canio up .slowly, and u few passes were
made In which Allen had the best. They
clenched and went to the earth, McCoolo
uppermost, but rolled off. The wildest
excitement hero oiihuciI, McCooIe's
friends claiming "foul," asserting Unit In
tho hcufllo Alton made an attempt to
ougu both of McCoole's eyes. The ropes
wero then cut, ""tho crowd rushed
In ttie ring ami the scene that followed
Is utterly lndlscribiblc.
Hero the battle ended moat unsatisfac
torily. pfcUoole presented a moat pltla
bio spectnelf. hW face swollen and bleed
ing, his eyes closed, and his bo ly present
ing various evidences of piinMimeut.
Allen was unhurt., . Although ho hud re
ceived heavy bjowtthls appeamnce filled
to betray It. Notwithstanding this con
dltlon of afialrii thqxferpos jUoIdeu" that
the tlght7.r "rather the victory, was
McUoolo'flj'XjJcAjhaYiug beeu KUllty; It
is alleged, j&a. foul. That; decision, tho
Republican says, Is not only coutraijy to
public sentiment, but trithp scntlmW.of
McCoolr,6Wn Wad. udliji'obV lu
brief, are Uio'dtusllng details of tho bru
tal fight l$jejpn,Tom Allen and Mike
1705 r OF RAILROADSIN AMERI
CA AND EUROPE.
The completion of the great41 Pacific'
railroad has Induced a railroad statlstl
ulan to cArlsiOiBO StaTemonta which
will bo read wjyth. jlitrjit, ycppcornliig
the relative cost of 'railroads. Ho em
braces krite -calculations Noriii ud
South AraerJMrnnd sejqraf 'divisions of
Whether these statistic aro,iu overy
way trustworthy Js, not stated; but It is to
be presumed that, having beea. derived
from official document, they twill at
least approximate to thq jru ,h, yVjtfa. ns
great degree of accuraoy aa cau be easi
ly attained,, 3
The total, length of rsjlways iu the
world is lOflUtfcMalies; tho entlro cost has
been $10,829,761,9 2. Tho United States
has 42,427 miles; Great Jlrltaln, . 14,247;
Kranoe, 9,734 ;v Russia, 4,317; Prussia,
5,720; Ifalyf 4,109f Austria, 4,429; Bouth
Oermuny, 2,381: Spain, 3,420; .Belgtym,
l,703j.al WcTortU Geruiair States,
1,311. Irtish India has 2,092; and the
Canadian Demlnioni, 1.348. Jfo other
The dlstrlbutftm'dfirjlway to the area
of territory and the ratio of population is
Hufflcioujiy,, fupus,, but wo" havo not
space tot- k comparison. The cot of
construction, was -greatest lu'preat Brit
ain, aud uoxt greatest with us. Hhe has
laid out Ji,olli8U,435; otir expenditure
Jias beeu $1,604,519,313. Franco is next,
fl,670,GflS,892; and then the tables show
no more billions. Prus-ia hau8poutl$747,
rtS9,340, oMl Russia $72,75070; iielgiuni
$182,108,801, Th6 relative 693th gteaiMt
in Bratllwheru a milo orajlrol 6ost8
onaverago f20l,lo7, agaliwt, $170,260 in
Ureat Britain; 158.714 In France; $97,
201 In Hollaud; $07,1144uDeBmark, and
$44,255 In,, tho Uuited States. This is a
wonderful disparity, and Is more remark
able from the fact that labor is cheaper
everywhere else than iu "tbo Ualted
States; but' then Iho roads of other coun
tries aro better built and bettor furnished.
Tho courso of time and events will neces
sarily increase tho extent of our railway
systom, but taking all things luto con
sideration, we have overy reason to coa
gralulate ourselves on the present facts
In our history, and tho Pacific Ballroa J
is iu itself a whole sitteni, tor It will In
volve almost endless ramifications. , ,
SOMETHINGS CAN BE DONE AS
WELL AS OTHEUS.
Paducah can build a gravel road to
Woodvllle or Ballard as well as Cairo
can. Cairo is now at work ou her road
ami unless Paducah moves, and very
soon at that, Cairo will have her road
neiletratlnir rlifhtuo under our nose, ta
king from us the great tobacco growing
county of Ballard. If our wealthy prop
erty holders contluue to sleep they may
haVo to sell some of their land that they
now vaiiie at $1,000 to $3,000 per acre, for
about fifty. cenU, and tlint .wftuld be
more than some of it Ls vortlifrv agri
cultural purposes?" If Paducah Is to bo
the great city. that sature' designed, tho
property holders' and.buslacsi aaea must
assist In developing tho fiUrrelndlng
I'dUnlry by a good syalem of graVel turn
pjkes. Paducah Hcralu.'
Aud uulwiCalro I'novea" we shall
sadly necdjirs Cairo fc Bland vilk road
beforp f e (n'M." ,Tu harveat k iow at
hand, and la i fBW weeks the plcild
wheat 'eroMi ef BeAIanl eeuaty will be
seeklugrtMtrket tbf expendhtiircof
$1 ,000 ou.er. rotuifg III 'ringlbjcibp.
to Cairo 1 ttiiaii t? immcaaie expeuai-
tUr mMle, " w ' nr
Harvesting commenced In Unlo.
county on last rrluay. Tue sickle was
placed in the heaviest wheat crops raised
in.lhat county during tho present' de
cak. - "
Old Union beaU.tho world ln growing
fine wheal and uufliuehlag democrats.
The Chicago papers, at tho request of a
great many prominent clllzcus, entered
Into r written agreement not to print tho
last Income returns of their city. This
was wico and proper, and wo hopo to soo
the example followed by other cities.
Ono of tho most odious features of tho
Income tax Is its compulsory dlsclosuro
of men's business secretstheir profits
aud iobbes, etc. If they must bo told to
the rtMossor and collector, there Is no
reason why they should be farther blaz
oned to tho publlcthmugh the press
A bund of thrco hundred Indians at
tacked a government train iu Arizona
riccutly, and after some resistance can
tured it, killing three of the guard. The
w agon s anu contenu wero destroyed, anu
the mules confiscated. Louisville 'Courier-Journal.'
And theee facetious creatures receive
annuities from the "best government on
earth.'' Tho heartless jlovils should be
driven into the Pacific Ocean. H
Talk about "robbing such savages of
their, landi!" Theycau't establish nil
lnd9feaslbIo litleeYo tu.(r, 1, k
Tho Chlcago Journal says: "All reports
wo luvo thurWJ rYcelvedhetker
through our cxcfiangcs,hy letterjor .other,
wise, iVom tho various parU of the.Korth
western Btajs, are jAeyffect.. that -ibie
new wheat tfop is ia cxeeUeiit; condition.
A muqh rrlfuautlty(lMul has beeu
put inio w4.thUyear1wVer before
and If therWetroml will be fulfillai
at th( httrrtk,,mim.inf t!im
a M v
that ad tliewWe,
"WsnrwPWHw essmB satBd r
Inal proceedings, the defeadaat shall, at
blsjewn request, bo deemed a competent .
witness, burtkai bk neglee't of refusal'to'
testlfyishall not create auy presumption
against him? Villi: 1 CTWYi-
A band of Texas desperadoes r46efcftly
stole J200 head of cattie.from the northern-oouuties
of that State. Thev Wero
overtaken aud completely surprised by
tho owners of the stock1. A fight ensued,1
ono of tho desperadoes was killed, the,
rest escaping, but tho cattle wero carJ
tured. Tho ladies i of JicbeavliiBIlliuuLi.
have raised a purse of morioy, to bo used
by'.them Iu furnishing V. A. Itobluson,
recently tried for tho murder of Gen Mc-
Connel), with a Matoekef .gopdewjthj
wuiuu iu kui DusHnn uusiacsa m
Jacksonville Exchange. "
What a ulce thiag U isf is Jackson
ville, to be Buspeotedkof jjn atrocious,
cruel and heartless murder. Why don't
somebody "suspect" us.Jhat way J
The sou of ajewoier at liiHsVlo named
Walker was klllby the A.ngoIa rallr'oefe
disaster lassjilTf A watclknowa to
bo ou his person at tho tlaib was 'not
found, but a few days ago wai brought tfi?
his fathers ostablishmeat facrapairs, am
has-been traced back to' a RobWwC
slnco arrested, who was on thttrnai'
the time of the disaster , si
Tho 'Home Journal1' report tt seme
of the dreseeroceutly received w grand'
weddings at New York, were In pot ted)
iu ooxes uign enougu ior me sairia to
baug In them as in a wardrobe, and the
folds of the delicate fabrics are kept la
plaoee by pieces of tape nailed at inter
vals Inside the box,
The JSasperor of tho French reoontly
expressed himself In -.favor of women,
being enfranchised. He remarked1 that
he thought; he bad, la'Franco,1 more
women on hls side than men.
A female elephant, twelve and a half
feet high, and weighing 15,000 pounds,
arrived at New York freai; Hamburg on
Tuesday, Her immensity is to bo ex
hlbilcd at the Oentral Park,
Crop nows from all parUi of Kebrftskri
how at least fifty per ecnt, more ground
planted than in 1808. Wheat promises a
splendid yield. Soveral counties1 esti
mate forty bushels to tho acre.. Potatoes,
oats and barley aro ln good condition.
Corn, generally, Is behind and badly
damaged In many locallies by recent
Horace W. Carpenter, of Oakland,.
California oilers to donatp $60,000
for the establishment of an Orphans'
Abylum in that city on condition that
five other citizens subscribe liko amounts,
making $300,000, or oven If all tho citi
zens of Oakland will make up the above
Edwin aud Thomas Hoi pen, aged ten
'and twclvo years, son of Robert HoId.cn,
of Milwaukee, Wero browned in the Mil
waukee ,Hver, .Saturday afternoon They
went iu to bathe, leaving their clothes
on the bank, and wero drowned without
being seen by any one. The body, of tho.
oiueac aas nen reeovereu. v yj t
pending between the. state of Missouri.
and the purchasers of the Iron Mountain,
and Cairo aud Fulton railroads has beeu
cpmpfomlsJi tue state receiving $2o,000
In state bonds, $100,,000 In' stock of tho
Iron Mooutalu railroad.
, A- H.'8tephens, of Georgia, Vlco Presl
'don't' of tho late confederacy, has wrlttou,
and tho National 'Intelligencer pub
lishcs, a fetler of two columns and a half,
tonrovo that tho northern states wero
the prime cause of tho rebellion. 4
Of John Brougham the "New York
'Star says: "Ills benefit netted him
$7,000. Ho at once paid off the kdls
chanred company. 'Ho gave saw to a
poor actress who had a u umber of cHIl
drcn and but little work. He gave $50
to tho Seymour fund, and we aro willing
to bet a hat he'll spend the wholo soven
thousand dollar In leaa.tuan a month
He's a good fellow.''
Prof Morse baa seat a gold pencil-case
and pen to Walter Phillips, night opera
tor in tho office of tbo Western Union
Telegraph company, at Providence, R.
I., aa a token of admiration for bis hav
ing recorded 2,731 words in oae hour.
Tho poor Indians aro indulging lu their
-usual su m rj e r r ccreu Uon of scalping and
murdering'defeusclcss citizens. Cannot
a consignment of Quukors, ready to
rpast( boseutjto theIalus in timo?
E Ifwo should belicvo tho ono-tcnth of
tbo stories of the Spaniards, there would
alivVon the over-fallhful IsiaBjJ'fEho
Spaniard are winning all lb victories,
Tne House or Loras navo determined I
to kill tho IriirautsjouVMli;
tho hotter, tbh sJittwl
each time. ,ln a mora daagerous aud
thrcatoaing form than before, aud at
least it may oxcltoan earthquake which
w4U pU. etewv AlMeariiMiFstNsffture T
The leg drama dea'tseem to stand as
firm ou its pins as usual, BeMral Now
York theater having sudotpk pegged
out. In tho closlmr movonienAMlf Now
YorkJTeiegram' says Fisk hatitkriead,
or courso. no will get at tuKeau or
sery-mtemtttmvM. is not sosjag
when ho atteul-afea,,.-
Tbb'JdO.boO tolegrajH)ill agalbstlsW
this g6 ve ru ru trJm raagh fn e Barrings.
Two-thirds strthl HUMiWmdn.mmNb1
chMe, Thercojrrectueas ofrUHt bill-had
I i .li'..iLjai'iL-!i.. .1. LL '.iV
o rgea aa ivm wow Biugie ngurcs ouiy,
which had beeu substituted for letters In
thostato department cipher.
C -The clergy'Usneuiice' In tho mos
phatlomaBner tho infamous aud inde
cent represeutatiouii which prevail at
present ' on'-tho "matrtmonlal" - staged
Archbishop McCioskey spoke sgalnst
them In'tho modt emphatip rannpqr on
Monday last. When tho press and tho
''ulpltcomblaoagainstsuch a nuisance,
ho peoplo will soon follow thijlr oxam
The population of Paris Is l,7ud,000-of
wlilebf W,mt are) lufaUts,i760,O0O'rnda
and 700,000 women; 400,000, llviag-en
their private incomes, are (government
officials or belong to professions; 100,000
are Iu eohools, refuges, hospitals and
prisons; 300,000 live In their shops: 100,
060 live bv various brauohea of trado:
S,d0a are soldiers; about 105,000 women
and 28,0-0 ohlidrea are engaged In work
shops. There are 1,800 steaa engines
esaalayed ia the various Industries, eal
euiated to be aejual to 35,000 pairs df
THR IEVII, LOOSE IN THE
terrible HitrhHtlm amfllMMfccrMM hf
MfMMa,WMS.U ft tj
A Helena (Montana) eorrcsnondent of
the Bud'alo 'Courier' (rives' tho following
account of recent events. la that' region:'!
Some thirty whites havo been killed
and sculped, so far, since last fall, on tho
Missouri. Tho Indians however, havo
not escaped quite "scot free." At ono
piaco some auo tniics rrom i'ort uenion,
wb found three wood-ahooaers killed aud
scalped by these inhuaian ruonstersyantl'
left near their own s took uuo,-rood ron
buzzards and wolves. On tho 23rd of,
Mav two women were shot and nub'
scalped at Muscleshell City.vlS miles far
sonic sixty In' number. Later ,'aml ea thsr I
8th of April, ouo week before our boat ar
rived at tno siocKaue, fliusciceueii vnv
wnu airaln attacked by between ISO aad
200 warriors of tho same tribe. Tho set
tlers, some sixty In number, however,
wero this time on thoulert.'nnd'iiarbhed
out of their log-fort, detcraiaed to fight
thoJudlans aricrthclrown fasotoeU 'lhls
they did. and to somo purpS'f too: for
after a six hours' fight lu aAlreuchlug1
rain, they drove the savages before them,,
killing or badly wounding thirty or.fcrty
of the red devils. Thirteen very Jmaat
n6c Indians wero picked wain pmrwym
ruvino, wunro laeaetueM'
lets had stretetiod M
casses. 1 no tmrteeii
headed, tho lieas.alaesd te'C
m j . 1
arid ;tlto iloftlbolle-fnVm' ,thaj;after I
wmcii tun MtuiiMwep) scrapea sum mm,
labeled with Inscriptions In no Wise" com
plimentary to. tho peace eommlssleaera
aud Indian loversaeneeaJfy. ir,Tbaeara
orithe "not.Ie..rci: ruei,"So finf
jars and nrrnngcu on eacu side or me
skulU. as the -Soux-ven-ar of-the -bat
tle. Aboyea long bench, on which tho
skulls wero placed In a row, were sus
pended tho captured trophies, con
sisting or dows 'and (arrows, coo
sticks, war-club war bonnets, of
eaglp feathers, gaily decked with various
colored beads, pfHtobvgans.'andlilastut!
not least Imiwislng, -thirteen scalps- 'Of
course, this is goiug to extremes in re
venge, ami IseounteuanocU. -by, but.fow
of our people. To tho scalping of dead
Indians wo can say amen, for nothing
that can bo done to tho Indians is con
sidered so horrible as being scalped after
out ihejr scuip-lock they will bo .forovet
ueuurreu iroiu entrance 10 me-, nappy
hunting grounds of tho Ureat Spirit; aid
it therefore produces a gdod cfi'ccTup'on
them. MuKclcshall city aud stockado Is
37 mllnu l. rtt'.ir (mm Vt llimtnn 1 ft1
from Helena, by land, and consists of
about 100 Inhabitants, engaged in fur-
dealing Mud.wood-ohooplug.-Tlicy clam
they can resist K000 Indians, and, I have
nine unuotoi ii, hb mejaro armeii wiiu
uio uesi improveu ureecn-ioauiog ruies
AHA IN ON THE
With In Great
The ChawlaCIrugCtMIMJ .f
. i tilUs 1 tfHJ- 1.
50 TAI E.MTD AllHilrlfSJ
COr) fifniVMHloir: li
Will exhibit at
(For two day only)
rrULmviMd Uimr4y, IuilH4
HUH 1WIH, .
jr 'XriS LLtt. tra-s-u
Auvcg.ibe,U5)i ot talent
the clfia st'jir of the arena. Mff
rinnrliUror the far fill
nlil time faTorlte : nhoi
hare, won fnr her tho pi
C,roc." ue. r
the fevlea Awl lhjajilM
,tb Leaper('Mr.i r afa
M . WOOWPCOO
Hbi boy" wonder, Slgnor
tte wonderful eontortlonlat, or boneleis nun
renOWOet, WLS0N. BKOTIIER3 .
area la number, (tale of Power' Circua).
rsiNK ROBINSON and CL.UUC Q1BUH.
two of the funnleat Oona ia America.
Kemamber the iUti and date: Filday aadBainrJay,
Juno lllh aud Mth, I. Door opes a two aad aavua.
opes at two aad aerua
lilHM a. WaSkS-. .
JshbkW tnMmz I wi:in
maa llffl l Sam SknorJiiiliBHrC. 1
iSBESiBt- cu of uaUBkBPrVea.
ai..ft o.vu-y.iLAi a
l?Rr.'riI:I,A:Kll-TlicrMa nerf-cl rtuh
1? to Hurclnja for the celrbratcd French UIkMbk.
It Ii cenulncrMid u uusurr tned ua boot and shoe
VTOW IH TJIK 'HIK-To put )our Kdutoa la
J.1 Roodfhnu. r.ilntinnml lilloliln)(i o tlm
re In di-mnd. At lhc(JHKKN LAliliL Itrug
fSMfe. ca theLrtmr. von enncet I'AinU, OiIi, Var-
ratockorcilllxJWhllcUd, Jlf Wntlo I.rnd.
IiSgjHtar White Ldi alto rlci , rornUh and white.
mm u v nfia 01 mi ninns .ion nnviaou a
wiwn uru(nc,,inrnaj- is imo piaoe.
MTIial roil enn ni IIM l. tutn nir i- r I'uner tllr.
wy'. inry wvaumtcmiinctrttfi. rrennrir
I - . b. ri I . . .
ff at Barclaya." V
! J I '- -
j lureknd aill,1ovti them... erf for them, and cat
them wllli atidilr. ml am nuldllv relieixl of uormt.
hTweaty-ino eeSli lox. or, If-joawlih theraentby
inn oncioie iniri)-ne- ccnitu xiarcur nro., ana
the j. will be ent yottipromplly ft
FIKAALe-SilVerSntp.jUit thethlnRli make
jourfillrerwurc bright mid.tieir. CoIkaU' and
ItiJexIcal aMUrclij-w'. v
BAflMKADB AND QBAT UAlM AT
VBKTIOS LKiyoa want a renewal of the beau
UtiiUvIof hair lhat you onco prided In? Mao, go
wfij7. ami iako tour CMnico 01 iiciiormivca
wtrrm'f.iiiaira. Tihtiia iiinB'n.ATer'a.Chetailcr'a
imf' JB ..'. . Mr, ll'lrt.lrtir'fl I M.Ala u.1 an.
other yoajnuy want, Including the Jatamanl.t
XTrD-To End the Individual in Cairo, or
ewhererwh' liaa tried Kerr'e Hjrtern Keno
rator wlthmitrereWhiir UIKIUKV II?;M:K1T. . Mao
or nur leadlne clrtioni hae tcttcd Hi virtue to aatls-
rpfcTT IT-Jtudgo'a American fchcrry Wltic, untlke
I nlhrp rlni-a. li. In&tilrt In Itu fr.-tfc. It Ih A
VlntH)d rillalloctire (or costi tenets. To bo liad
a; lurciaya-. . r , , , . ,
PIVOT ACTION' llUM:i:-.Viup-nor auiptn
der for -kirla or pant i an tincvirllcd btaee for
Iheahoulder alwamkUc-nder; a brace, or not
article to be
O had llorrlaja'. Quinine frio from bltlcrncn, and
r tri Tows
laero can find a ur
Sj who with to quit ehrw ing lobaero can find
euro In th uio of nurton'a Anlklolo. Oetabox and
try It. headnrty cent to Urrly tlrotherr, t'alru,
W Uioy iflll oend you a box b mall.
WINEM. HIIIMKirX. AMH UHANHIKM
. ForMi-dical inc. California and liiipoilodwl
and brandlrfl, and the
be-iturt-.ela cf Uourbon-
SK ATOll A"'ril)t ff.', )fl6; 6 ja ',&'raWKfl
and pnd live to ten clollnni'a dar,tlien right
livia . iiuuii- )vu wau unu inn pr,.naiu.- Mlirf 11;
cool and lively aa it gurglea freh fcom tborcaenolrr.
M Bsrl)a lirui Htoro.on tlia lra i
GAKDgNrCeitH-Uattesrlablr' of) our own
KrowloE. Ioi uajuw iaitltinpyouraeeiiai so
to Jiarclayi'fordarifF'n ImtiI., 'n-li and round. They
haveafulljlneaf Ijudreth'a, and thoHhaker feoifr
rromnouin union, kv.
ABIKB, ATTKNTIO.V If yu want pick and
cnui inn nicr, i ioi fi liar ivqapii in lawni 11
I the beat t'oliMiie. In-udi-'r wiuer. Florida
, or other toilet water, if you want an) thing In
y oi Ltfunieucji, i-uHura .or.i-ciiiunv, k to
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KSION AND FORWARDING. ,
DAY HKOTH Kits.
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