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! Cife ^ mHsmtnts . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
! Cife ^ mHsmtnts . , The Strangers Guide 3 , [ Any omissions , alterations , or corrections , in , the following list , will be attended to , on the fact 3 being made known at our Office . ] The following list at once points out to strangers and others , the localities of every place of amuse- - men ! in New-York City , together with the prices of admission , time of opening , and much other useful information , not to be found in any other journal . l Wallaeks Theatre . Broadway , near Broome-Street . Panquette , Dress and Family Circle . I Parquette and DressCircle 50 cts ., Family Circle 25 cts . Lessee Mr . Wallack . i Stage Manager Mr . Lester . , Treasurer Mr . Charles Wallack . Doors open at 7 o clock . Performances com1 mence at half-past 7 . The following are the names of the members of the Company : Mr . Blake , Mr . Lester , , Mr . Brougham , Mr . Walcot , Mr . Lysandcr Thomp- Mr . Dyott , * ° n . Mr . F . A . Vincent , Mr . Reynolds , Mr . Mr . F . ChiunenMr . H . B . P...
HIRAM ANDERSON [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
HIRAM ANDERSON EIOHT SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS—W HOI . LSAI . AND RKTAIL . Sales Room No . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLK , uiid handsome assortment ol Hare s celebrated English and American Floor Oil Cloths , ofthe newest style , satin finish , marble , Italian , iresco , and scroll paintings , ever offered in this city , Iroui 2 s . nil . lo $ 1 the square yard of I to 8 yards wide Sales Room No . 2 . THERE ARE 250 PIECES OK THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable patterns of English and American Ingrain Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to Us . lid . per yard . Manufactured lor our city sales . Sales Room No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scrub and Gothic 6 guree , iniporU : d and manufactured to order , some ol which cannot be found st any other establishment in thu United States . ? « S a / i 6- Room No . 4 CONTAINS 150 PIECES OF FINE INGRAIN CARPETING , of splendid new patterns , s...
BUSINESS MEN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
BUSINESS MEN Ul p lease take notice that the New a Hipper has now ( with one excep- ¦ i lhe largest circulation of any elily paper published in Now York , i is consequently one of the best adi . Miig mediums they can possibly &gt; i Oilice 150 Fulton street . Terms ilsraie The Life of Cribb . i Hns number ofthe Clipper is fin- ¦ i the Life aud Fights of T OM »¦ lu our next , we will publish &lt;¦ •*• incidents in the Life of M OLV - ¦ u , llie lilack , who atone time cre- !» uoli an extraordinary sensation in &gt; poning circles of London Molyirs . wc believe , was a native of this
Thompson's News . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
Thompsons News . oine of our contemporaries inform Imi Yankee Sullivan and Morrissey coing to have a tight . •• \ Yo want ? MW . Politics . lungs is getting serious . The two • oiis of the Democratic party have • Hiiir ratification meetings , which : Imd a tendency to make the disaf3 u iii the party more complete . ; Whigs are cunningly backing up -sections , urging on the fight , tliinko slip in during the noise and ; B « ioit . In the meantime , what is « ome of the Maine Liquor Law ?
Yankee Sullivanism . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
Yankee Sullivanism . aeof the bretheni of the Sabbath s , being rather piously inclined , says ference to the contemplated prizebetween Sullivan and Morrissey , Yankee Sullivanism is against tho a J calls upon the authorities to prel he fight . While acknowledging the 1 of our friend s remarks , we also call lhe authorities to suppress the caulated Gift Concert so liberally adveria lhe same paper containing the adW the authorities . Gift Concerts are rary to law . Let our Sabbath friend in hit own columns . Oh , consia- &gt; r » thou art aiawal .
The Challenge to Hyer . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
The Challenge to Hyer . Just as we were ready to go to press last week , we received the challenge which we published in our last , not vouching for its correctness , and not having time to make inquiry into the genuineness of the challenge . The letter of course created considerable talk about town , and everybody was anxious for the evening appointed for the meeting to arrive , in order to know the real facts . On making the necessary inquiries at the Gem Saloon of Mr . Schalier , in Broadway , we were informed that no person of the name of Monk visited his house , and that the whole affair was an imposition . An imposition is . at all times to be despised , but in the instance in question , the author of that letter ia even beneath contempt . Many persons w o uld very n at urally c onclud e t ha t t h e proprietor of the Gem might have got up the letter as a joke , in order to draw a crowd to his house ; but those who are acquainted with Mr . Schalier know that he would scorn to ...
Brought over from the First Page . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
Brought over from the First Page . during the past week have visited the club yacht , the Owen Glendower , and enjoyed her hospitable saloons , have been many of the officers of the royal fleet , the yachtsmen of the various royal clubs . The Prince di Carini , Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the King ofthe Two Sicilies , together with many distinguished personages making the tour of Ireland and staying at Dublin and Kingstown during the Queen s visit . Al the last club ballots the following gentlemen were admitted members : —Lerrier Godfray , Esq , La Bagatelle yacht , Jersey ; Lieutenant Commerall , R . N , ; Thomas Butler , and J . L . Fleming , Esquires . The vessels comprising the fleet of the Royal Western Yacht Club of Ireland at present lying at Kingstown Harbor , manoeuvred in Dublin Bay on Friday , under the command of the Rear Commodore , who hoisted his pendant on board the Shark schooner , 150 tons , Wm . Curling , Esq .
THE NEW AMERICAN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
THE NEW AMERICAN YACHT SYLVIE . As the accounts of this vessel are rather vague , I think it probablo that a somewhat detailed and precise accoun of this vessel may be acceptable to your yachting readers . I cannot promise so full and accurate nn account of hcr as I once gave in your columns of the America , for there has not yet been time to study the Sylvia so minutely . Sho arrived in Oowes Roads on Saturday last , and I wont aboard hcr on Monday , the owners , with great good nature , admitting all visitors , and appearing to invite a good many to luncheon or dinner , though the number of people on board must havo been rather troublesome . The captain and sailors , like many possessors of a novelty , were somewhat uncommunicative , and appeared to wish their vessel to be kept dark , and 1 doubt if their information is to be entirely relied upon . Having premised this 1 will proceed with my account of hcr . Hull : In appearance , out of water , she iniieli resembles the America ,...
The Julia ' s Trial Cruise . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
The Julia s Trial Cruise . A correspondent of Bells Life , gives the following account of the Julia s trial cruise : THE JCMA S TRIAL CRUISE . —Being one of Mr . Peareth s guests on board the Julia during the race for the Cup presented by his lioyal Highness Prince Albert , for all vessels belonging to the Royal Vacht Squadron , I beg to send you a few remarks—resulting from the day s race , which 1 trust will be found interesting to your yachting readers . 1 may , perhaps , he allowed to preface these by observing that the Julia is quite an untried vessel , and wasonly launched some four months ago from Mr . Ratscy s ( of Cowes ) yard , having on board at the time hcr worthy and liberal owner , his son , and myself . She was called after one of Mr . Peareth s daughters , which I mention , as some remarks about her name appeared in Bell s Life about that time . Comfort more than speed has been attended to in fitting the Julia ; she is without largo racing sails , and other speed dod...
ENGLISH and AMERICAN CLIP -PER SHIPS , & c . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
ENGLISH and AMERICAN CLIPPER SHIPS , &amp; c . A writer in Bell s Life thus speaks of the Clippers of America : I felt rather pleased when reading the • ontroversy in your paper relative to the merits of English and American built clipper ships , yachts , and steamers , as I take an interest in the subject , and con the papers for information . From what I have read 1 must say we lag behind the Yankees for a time , but when they stir up our dormant faculties we prove ourselves their equals at least , and can take a turn at going ahead as well as they can ; but there is 110 questioning that they are the first to show the example , if not in all , at least in most cases . Before 51 we fancied no one could touch us in yacht sailing , but then you know tho Britishers can lick the world , and Yankees lick tho Britishers , which is virtually true in the case of the America , for she certainly shewed us a firstrate example in going close and saving space , as well as earning distan...
The English Ring . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
The English Ring . From Bell s Life in Londpn , Sept . . * - Fights to Come . Sept . 5 . Hall and Tootell— £ 15 a side , Nottingham . Sept 6 . Hicks and Unwin— £ 25 a side , London . Sept . 20 . Duggan and Baredoff ~ . £ l 0 a side . Sept 27 . Bowers and Trainor— £ 25 a side , London . Oct . 10 . Edmunds and Malpas—J £ 15 a side , Dudley . Oct . 18 . Nat Langham and Tom Sayers— £ 100 a side , London . Nov . 11 . Hazlctine and Brown— £ 50 a side , London . Nov . 15 . Trott and Millard— £ 25 a side , London . HICKS AND UNWIN . j £ 25 a side . . The whole of the money for this fight was mode good on Tuesday last at Mr . White s the Sportsman , East India-road , corner of Bowlane . The fight comes off on the Home Circuit on Tuesday . The men are reported to be in fine condition . JKRRV NOON AND HAWKES . We are desired by Mr . Price , the backer of Hawkes to state that bo is aware that a match was made in London for Hawkes to fight Noon and to weigh the morning before lighting , but to t...
PedestrianiBm . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
PedestrianiBm . Doings at the Royal Oak , Barking Road . MONDAY , AUGUST 25 , SEVEN MILES WALKING MATCH . JAMES JONES and CHARLES DURHAM were to walk seven miles , for . £ 25 a side , on Monday last ( despite the counter attraction at Slough , where a match between Jackson and Pudney came off ) , the grounds of the Royal Oak presented a very considerable assemblage of sporting celebrities . The usual unnecessary and disagreable delays on this , as on all other occasions , took place , and it was nearly a quarter past six o clock , before the men showed on the ground ; the appearance of Jones was everything that could be wished ; he had been for some time past in careful training under the vigilant eye of his father at Deal , whilst Durham had been getting himself into proper trim for the contest , at the Green Dragon , Highgate . The latter appeared rather overtrained . The odds , gn the men toeing the scratch , were 3 to 2 in i avor of Jones , but money to a considerable amount was...
Field Sports AT DUKINFIELD [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
Field Sports AT DUKINFIELD The 49 th annual celebration of the Dukinfield wakes took place there on Monday , Tuesday , and Wednesday last , under the superintendence of Mr . Isaac Bradshaw of the Astley Arms Inn , who , in a most liberal manner , undertook the management of and carried out the sports highly to the satisfaction of the surroundingneighborhod . An arrangement had been made with Mrs . Graham , the well known aeronaut , to have made a balloon ascent ou the occasion , but in consequence of the injuries sustained both by herself and her balloon iu Dublin during the preceding week , it was impossible for her to fulfil her engagement , and other entertainments were substituted . On Monday a four mile race , for a silver watch , came off , when Jackson proved the victor , defeating three others . To this succeeded a hurdle race of half a mile , with twelve hurdles to jump , which was won by Jackson . Thomas , the celebrated Salopian pedestrian , wound up the sports of the day...
Mustang Liniment [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
Mustang Liniment This article has been thoroughly introduced , and is now universally used , throughout the entire Union , British Provinces , Canada , Bermudas , and West India Islands , and ils power and influence is fast becoming felt , wherever civilization has obtained a foothold . Its mild and soothing influence upon diseased parts—effectually OURINO in all cases—virtues so diametrically opposed to all other medicines ofthe kind used—has obtained for it its world-wide reputation . RHEUMATISM . ot years standing has been totally eradicated from the system , giving the limbs all their pristine vigor and . activity . Its power to conquei this dreadful affliction alone makes it invaluable ; but there are many other diseases considered equall y incurable , and almost as distressing , that are entirely dispelled under the magical influence ofthe MUSTANG LINIMENT . An experience of fire years enables us to as sert with confidence that it will cure PILES , ULCERS , TUMORS , OF ALL KIN...
Cricket . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
Cricket . THE ALL-ENGLAND ELEVEN . The performances of this club thin season can be hardly said to justify the appellation . This , in by-gone days , renowned eleven , has now nothing save the nun-. ? . It certainly flays match es and it as certainly gets beaten , bnt for it to win a match in 1853 is no-sr as rare a thing as it was in days of yore to tose one . If lhe Veteran , its oref-zealous secretary , expects to he victorious at all , he must strengthen his now feeble team . This year , with very few exceptions , there have-been a series of defeats , and the cause of this ia favoritism ; merit , it appear .- - - , has little weight ; but England has a reputation to preserve ; a cricket fame like hers once gained must not be lost , because , forsooth , the zeafettt Mr . Clarke is so indifferent -and lax . The United ( Dean and Wisden s ) has existed , be it remembered , barely two abort years , and yet this splendid team would make the Eleven of All England look exceedingly smal...
- To Sportmen , Californians and others , r Alfred Woodham , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 1 October 1853
- To Sportmen , Californians and others , r Alfred Woodham , ¦ Na 160 FULTON STREET , one door West of Broadway , ; Opposite ST . PAULS Church . , Importer and Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is constantly receiving fyom Manufac- | turers a full assortment of the above articles , as well as all articles in the Sporting hue , viz ; Dram Bottles , Shot Pouches , Percussion Caps , Gun Wadding , &amp; c . &amp; c . Colts Patent Pistols , Fishing Tackle , ice . Sole Agent for Kleins Paten , Primers and Cartridges for Patent Needle Gun . Porfer 8 Patent Revolving and Repeating Rifles . All of which are offered at % -ery low prices The public are invited to call and see for themselves . FALSTAFF TAVERN , BY IZZY LAZARUS . No . 4 James Street , ,- Two doors from Chatham St ., NEW YORK . Private Lessons given in tlie Art of Self-Defence at any hour of the day . LITE AHD LET LIVE OYSTER AND DINING SALOON , 214 BROADWAY , Opposite St . Paul s Church , New York . JAMES A ...
UM AAA IdJUEJa V * v TOM MOLINEAUX , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 8 October 1853
UM AAA IdJUEJa V * v TOM MOLINEAUX , - 1 $ 0-riana : ®* S » k \ t \ t &amp; of ^ nojlism . A FEW INCIDENTS VST snra TT-OO / in THE AMERICAN PUGHJST . FROM AN OLD ENGLISH WOKK . . AFTER the defeat of this Amencan hero , by the CHAMPION OP ENGLAND , MOLINEAUX became an object of attack by boxers of minor pretensions ; and Scotland the principal scene of his exploits . From his irregularity of life , it seems , he had gone off altogether , and at the period , ( May , 1814 , ) when he entered the ring with Fuller , by comparison , he was nothing at all like that pugilist , in every point of view , as when he first entered the lists with Cribb . Molineaux came to this country a most tremendous teazer ! his milling requisities were inferior to none , with stamina sound and vigorous ; possessing almost Herculean strength ; wind undebauched ; and feeling confident in himself that he was equal to any but superior to most of the present race of pugilists . It is but justice to state t...
% tingling . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 8 October 1853
% tingling . From Bells Life in London , Sept . 11 . GALLANT CONTEST Between John Hicks and John TJnwin , for £ 25 a side . Pursuant to the announcement made in our last , the men met on Tuesday , and brought the question at issue between them to a fair and honourable conclusion . Hicks , who is a remarkably fine young man , possessing , both in make and bottom , all the essential attributes of a boxer , has not appeared within the P . R . since his battle with Alf Walker for £ 25 a side ; which event , after a game , manly , and exciting contest , ended in a draw . TJnwin is a novice , never has struggled for renown until the present tourney . In build he is tall and thin ; his nob is particularly sharplooking , and he has a conk like I the cutwater of an Aberdeen clipper . The combatants fought at catch weight , and here Unwin had the advantage , as he had also in height and reach ; but in the compact and muscular form of Hicks there was more of the boxer than was to be found in t...
% M % Ibtos [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 8 October 1853
% M % Ibtos Home Department The Fight for Wednesday next , BETWEEN YANKEE SULLIVAN AND J OHN M 0 B 8 ISBV . THE MONEV AH UP . We understand that the fight between the above named shoulder hitters wil l come off on Wednesday next , according to the articles agreed upon . The men are still in active training , and appear to be in unusually good condition . The stakes of 81000 a side have been putup , and both parties seem anxious for the day of battle . We shall endeavor to give a full report of the fight in the next number of the Clipper . So be on the watch . Challenge to Mendoza or Langdon NEW HAVEN , Conn ., Oct . 4 . Ma . EDITOR : DEAR SIR—Having lately returned from the Old Country , and having seen a challenge from Mr . Mendoza to J . Langdon , I take this opportunity to say that if the challenge is not accepted , that I will fight either of the above-named gentlemen for from one hundred to one thousand a side , at any time and place within three months from date . Man and mone...