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Affairs of Men . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

Affairs of Men . It is said thero is a tide in the affairs of men , which , taken at the flood , leads on to fortune . Had the author lived in the present age , and witnessed the tide , not erily of men , but of women also , that leads into the great Carpet Warehouse of Hiram Anderson , No . 99 Bowery , he would have been surprised at the accuracy of the sentence referred to , for the tide of purchasers is rapidlyleading Mr . Anderson on to that fortune which is ever the reward of perseverance , of attention to business , and of strict business habits . A peep at the splendid assortment of Carpeting * to be seen at 99 Bowery , and a knowledge of the low prices at which they are sold , will at once convince all that Mr . Anderson s , above all others , is the place to obtain bargains . Great Success . The application of the daguerrean art to tho embellishment of hats , as first conceived and carried into successful operation by those fashionable hatters , Messrs . RafFerty &a...

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DUCK-SHOOTING ADVENTUEE UPON THE CHESAPEAKE . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

DUCK-SHOOTING ADVENTUEE UPON THE CHESAPEAKE . Staying for some days at the house of a planter near the mouth of a small river that run ., into the Chesapeake , I felt inclined to have a shot at the far-famed canvas-hacks .. I had often eaten of these birds , but had never shot one , or even seen them in their natural habitat . I was therefore sittxious to try my hand upon them , and ^ accordingly set out one morning for tlu « . purpose . My friend lived upon the Bank of the river , some distance above tide-water . As the wild celery grows only in brackish water—that is , neither in the salt sea itself nor yet in the frosh water rivers—I had to pass down the ittlc stream a mile or more before I c . me to the proper place for finding the ducks . I went in a small skiff , wit i no other companion than an ill-favoifcd cur do ? , with which I had been furnished , and which was represented to ine as one of the best duck-clogs in the country . My friend , having busines-elsewhere , unfortu...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

MIXIOAN Mustang liniment This article has been thoroughly introduced , and is now universally used , throughout the entire Union , British Provinces , Canada , Bennudas , and West India Islands , and its power and influence is fast becoming felt , wherever civilisation has obtained a foothold . Its mild snd soothing influence upon diseased parts—effectually CURING in all cases—virtues so diametrically opposed to all other medicines of Ihe kind used—has obtained for it ita world-wide reputation . RHEUMATISM . of years standing has been totally eradicated from the system , giving the limbs all their pristine rigor and activity . Ita power to conquei this dreadful affliction alone makes it invaluable ; but there are many other diseases considered equally incurable , and almost as distressing , that are entirely dispelled under the magical influence ofthe MUSTANG LINIMENT . An experience of five years enables us to assert with confidence that it will cure PILES , ULCERS . TUMORS , OF AL...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

To THF PUBLIC Radwaydc Co ., Ihe Inventors Hr B and Proprietors of the justly celebs ^( j * _____ Remedies , were first to dis . 4 e , Jp * a R «¦ sewing lhe Marvelous and Miraculous *? J M stopping the most Excmciatin e P .,:. . ro * . slant , allaying the worst Cram ,, Sanj < , ,. , n B ther internal or external in a few min *** B . oothing the most severe Paroxysm , TJ * . > tism . Neuralgia , and Tic ! Moron , lu * t uB | applied . The R . R . R . Itemediei ^ B three Remedies , each possessing mii ,. t j Ki derful power , over certain ™ . np ai ,,,, ^ . * ease * , nnd will instantly— > < m § RELIEVE Thc Human Syst .,,, t , „ ll REGULATE K ^ Or gat , to » \ ^ RESOLVE Away . l Dis ,. „ Cl i .,. , . Wi RENOVATE Thc Body Iron , >? I ^; Humors . ma-.. REBUILD The Weak and Urot . „ Jl Constitutions IM RESTORE To Health , _ W u . j | go ** aU amtmT ^ m out parts . WM ** a * 3 « R . R . R . No . i tm RAD WAYS READY REijEp g For all ...

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; SALE OF HOUSES AT SPRING -FIELD . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

; SALE OF HOUSES AT SPRINGFIELD . On Saturday , at Springfield , after the closing of the National Horse Show , a number of the animals were sold . We compile the following list from the Republican . — George Washington , a large 3 yr . old colt , byCassiusM . Clay . and very fast —sold to P . Crispell , of New York , , trl for $ 550 White Mary , the dam of Cassius M . Clay—Mr . Britton . 400 White Mary s colt , 6 months old—P . Crispell 150 American Eagle , stallioh , a large and splendid horse , raised at Flushing , L . I . —D . E . Bolton , of Coburg , Canada 1450 Sable Sisters , pair black mares—A . B . Atherton , 550 Champion , a large iron-gray English stallion from Canada—Col . J . M . Thompson , of Springfield , 300 Dante , a b . g . from New Haven—- _; A . L . Devins , ofWare , 130 Young Quebec , gelding— Adams k T , CO - , 200 lopsy , thorough bred stallion—C S . West , 775 Hambletonian Morgan , stallion—J . M . Thompson & Co ., Sprinfigeld , 255 Black Lion , s...

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CEICKET AT PHUADELPHIA . Washington Clnb vs . American Gen -tleman's Clnb . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

CEICKET AT PHUADELPHIA . Washington Clnb vs . American Gentlemans Clnb . This match Was played at Philadelphia last week , on the , ground of the Washington Club at Kensington . The American Gentlemen s Club were allowed two players , and yet lost the game . They were the firs ! , some years ago , to establish a Ciub in this country of native born members , and have some good players among them now . Wister , Kuhn and Richards are good batters—Barlow and Senior good bowlers . The Washington men , as usual , played well . Crosby s bowling was beautiful , while the two Hawthornes , Vallance , and Bradshaw shone at the bat . The weather was delightful , and after the game the players were handsomely entertained at the house ot W . M . Bradshaw , the veteran father of Cricketing in Philadelphia , who spread out s splendid table of eatables for the competitors . After dinner many suitable remarks were made with appropriate toasts and songs , especially the Cricket Song of Mr . Bradshaw s...

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Cjft Stb gort dffipr . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

Cjft Stb gort dffipr . A WEEKLY SPOKTIHO PAPER , ... . „ MlrcrM . TO THK RINO , c ¦ . THE TURF , YACHTING , PEDESTRIANISM , CRICKET ROWING MATCHES , THEATRICALS , Mirsrc , And the various sports of the OLD WORLD AND THK NEW . THE CLIFFEK ia published erery Thursday morning , and ia for sale by the newa dealers in New York , Brooklyn , Williamsburg . ! , Jersey City , dec ., at tbe low price of 3 centa per copy . Reports of Races , Prize Fights , and sporting items of all kinds will be gladly received from correspondents , and inserted gratuitously in the columns ofthe CLIPPER . Advertisements inserted on reasonable terms , viz ., 6 cents per line for the first insertion , and 4 cents per line for . each subsequent insertion . The CLIPPER will affo rd a desirable medium for the circulation of sporting and other advertisements , as its immense patronage secures its perusal by 50 , 000 readers . Full reports of every sporting affair of interest , in this or the old country , will be al...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 12 November 1853

¦ Ross & Jones . NO . 21 ANN STREET , GENERAL AGENTS FOR SUPPLYING the city and country with Daily and Weekly News-papers , Cheap Books and M _ garints , ta _ . e great pleasure in giving notice that they have now completed their arrangements with the Publishers for filling the orders of their customers at leaat one day in advance of any other house in tha city . I All the Morning papers are sent by tha early train on the morning of their publication , and by I this armnginont with the numerious Rail Road . and Steamboat lines , wo are enabled to pack cheap publications die , in the aame bundle , ao that , our patrons not onl y secure their orders in advance , but at the aame time save ths expanse of freighton the extra packages of Books and Magazines . Now all of you Country Dealers who are bothered almost to death by lateness and irregularity of your bundles , send on the cash and give the wosKiNo nan a trial , and you will have no cause in future to complain . Care an...

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JACK RANDALL , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

JACK RANDALL , LIFE AND BATTLES OF J DENOMINATED . THI PRIME 9 J 3 ISH LAP , , OTHERWISE THE NONPAREIL . From a work published in England in 1818 , now first republished in this country , in the columns of the New YORK CLIPPCR . The wet « ate of the weather in he early pari of the morning prevented greai numbers of the Fancy from quilting the metropolis , and although it v . as extremely fine oontiguous to Coombe-wood , there were not ovfer six hundred persons present , among whom were Col . Berkeley , Capt . Barclay , Mr . Jackson , Gulley , Cribb , Carter , Oliver , Scroggins , Crockey , Ballard , Gibbojis , & c . The combatants were nearly alike in weight , both under ; 11 stone . Randall was backecj by Col . Barton , and Holt by sojnc gentlemen of Bertnondsey . It was u > on the whole one of the most or lorly conducted matchis ever wit leased , except a slight fracas whrch occurred between Caleb Bale win and the keepers of thc gate . | The latter , not imm...

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; The English Ring . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

; The English Ring . GALLAH ? AND EXCITING HOI ¦ ¦ : * Between Vat langham and Tom ~ Sayers fife One Hundred Founds a w ... Side . The / witter campaign among the fistic fraternity opened , pursuant to announcement , on Tuesday last ; and , as will be seen in the sequel , the first engagement of thc season was-conductedin a manner to leave nothing to * be desired , and to afford the highest gratification to the patrons of the sport , of whom the muster on the occasion was larger than we recollect for some time past . 1 * 1 , A WTOf : r » h * .-.. * . illniln * vmS-int avm r . 1 UVW UUUCi , UQ ^ UOSUU UU . U . C HOS one which had excited a most extraordinary degree of attention , not only among the milling fraternity themselves , but also in a circle where such objects are seldom noticed ; w « allude to the betting ring , among the members of which a good deal of speculation had taken place as to the result ; and , no doubt , had not the Warwick race meeting interfered , many of the ...

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Fatal Result . DEATH OF THK WINNER OF TUB 100 MILE [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

Fatal Result . DEATH OF THK WINNER OF TUB 100 MILE FKAT . We learn that the bay gelding , who performed ou Saturday last the most remarkable feat of speed and bottom ever recorded in the history of the turf ,. died on Tuesday last . After he had performed that unprecedented race against , time , going 100 miles iu 8 hours and 55 minutes , he was tuken to the stable where he was bled , and then covered with six or eight thick blankets . It is the prevailing opinion among horsemen , that this superabtmdence of covering , while in an exhausted state , caused the death of this uoble animal . It is also stated that , immediately after the performance of the 100 mile feat , the noble animal was forced to go another mile , for a trifling bet . And the men engaged iu driviug the poor beast , are looked upon as sportsmen , and the owner of the animal is called a gentleman . Had they been honest in their love for the uoblest of all animals , the horse , they would never have engaged in such a...

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English and American Clippers Stornaway and Challenge . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

English and American Clippers Stornaway and Challenge . The race between the English clipper ship Stornaway , and the American clipper ship Challenge , has resulted in the triumph of the former . The . English Journals are in raptures at the defeat of the American Clipper . Here is a couple of paragraphs from English papers , which we publish for the purpose of showing our readers how our neighbours on the other side enjoy the victory . The Challenge was built in America , to beat all beforeher , and her name was coupled with what is common in American ships , a challenge to beat any English vessel for two thousand pounds . The Stornaway has beaten her , and it is not likely any more will beheard of this bet . The Stornaway was built by MR . HALL , of Aberdeen , and she has proved this fact , that the English clippers can and do excel the American clippers in sailing . The . highest rate of speed made by the British clipper was 30 ( 1 miles an hour , which has been exceeded by sever...

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Cargd feirsiints , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

Cargd feirsiints , Notice . Target companies wishing rcpof ( prizes to appear in the Cli , ^ ; , please send them to our oiliP . a tvc as e & rlt as convenient . We public all SUci notices free , as being of interest to nn of our readers . - Excursions to take place . Tribune Guard , Nov . la . Edward J . Shandloy Guards , \ ov ., Lindsoy Blues , Nov . 24 . Yellow Metal Musketeers , I ) ec , 25 Vamptown Rangers , Nov . 24 . Ridge Guard , Nov . 08 . Wittenberg Guards , Nov . lfi . Leauord Light Guards , Nov . ii . Independent Ncptuno Volunteer , Nov . 24 . Valentino Guards , Nov . 2 ( Mch enna Guards , Nov . 30 . America s Own Guards , Nov . 21 . Upton Guards , Nov . 21 . Couglin Guards , Nov . 2 !» . Giraud Guards , Dec . 5 . Ringgold Guards , Nov . 22 . Fulton Light Guards , Nov . 28 . Manhattan Foundry Guards , Nov . a . Palmer Guards , Nov . 22 . Leonard Light Guards , Nov . 2 i Tupper Light Guard , Nov . 28 . Whitefort Quards , Nov . 22 . Knickerbockers , Nov . 21 . ...

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i $ p : % ftos . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

i $ p : % ftos . Home Department CHALLE 5 GE EXTKAORDIHABY AMERICA AGAINST ENGLAND . The Tipton Slasher , ; Champion 0 England , Challenge d by an American Pugilis For 120 , 000 aaide . It having been whispered in sportins oircles of late , that a challenge had beei sent to the Tipton Slasher , the pro sent Champion of England , ( 6 make 1 match with a sporting gentleman 01 this side of the Big Pond , and having been written to by various persons ti learn the truth of the report , we deter mined to inquire into its origin and as certain ifj there was any reliance to be plaoed in the rumor . Acaordingly , we last week called upoi a gentleman well posted in sporting af fairs , and learned from him the follow ing particulars : Numerous challenges having appeared in Bell s Life in London , from time to time , from different individuals , in which pugilists throughout the world were bantered to make a match with some of the members of the English Riug , and said challenges having failed ...

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RELEASE OF SULLIVAN . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

RELEASE OF SULLIVAN . ; j : I • 1 c , & s e ° The fifteen hundred dollars paid ovei In last week s Clipper , we stated tha Sullivan had been up for examinatioi before the authorities of Massschusett and that bail in the sum of $ 1600 cash was required for his appearence at somi future time . Through the exertions o Tom Hyer , the money was made up and sent to our Yankee friends , and Sul livan was released on Saturday last , af ter being on the clostst terms of intimacy with our wooden nutmeg manufacturers for the space of one week . Hyer visited Sullivan on Saturday evening , and the two left Yankee-land , with feelings better imagined than described . They arrived at Poughkeepsie on Monday , and from there went up to Albany , where they passed some happy moments , but owing to a confusion of ideas , either Hyer got separated from Sullivan , or Sullivan lost sight of Hyer , we cannot learn which , the c I c c consequence ol which was that while Hyer was bunting for Sull...

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GREAT 8 P 0 RTISG EXCITE -XEHT . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

GREAT 8 P 0 RTISG EXCITEXEHT . Public Beceptionand Grand Salute A few weeks since the Clipper was the only journal that stood up for the rights of man , and duly appreciated the manly art of self defence . Public opinion , however , is all powerful , and , thus it is that our esteemed and venerated friend Horace Greely , who previous to this time was opposed to our innocent sports , and went in for the rights of woman , has come out from among I the foul party , and the Tribune and 1 Clipper battle manfully together in de- - fence of the sporting community . The » following article , copied from the Tri1 bune of Wednesday , gives the pro- , gramme for the reception of James Sul- & livan : — ; GRAND PUBLIC RECEPTION . — We un- - derstand that the Honorable James Sullivan , ( sometimes irreverently called Yankee Sullivan , ) who has been on a trip to the East upon some important I legal investigations , and who sojourned - yesterday at Albany , is expected to ar- . rive in...

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PEDESTRIANISM . The "North Star , " of Canada , again in the field . [ [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

PEDESTRIANISM . The North Star , of Canada , again in the field . [ We have published several challenges of late from pedestrians , but as yet no match has been made . We had a personal interview on Saturday , with a gentleman who was formerly known as tha North Star , of Canada , who is willing to make a deposit for a match with either the Stag , Mickey Free , or any others who may wish to walk or jump . The following eard will give the particulars : r . Walking . it MR . EDITOR . n SIR : —Noticing the various chalftnges s & c . from the German Stag , Mickey i , Free , and Billy Ross to walk , I will e make a match with either of those parf lies for the sum of $ 300 to $ 500 a side , , to walk 3 , 5 , 7 , or 10 miles . Two dis- ¦ interested umpires and a referee to be - chosen . Any communication left at the - Clipper ofllce will be forwarded to - me ; 25 per cent , of the stakes to be the . first deposit . W . B . P- S . —I will make a match with Mickey Free to run a q...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

THE TURF UNION COURSE , L . I . —TROTTINO . — Tuesday , Nov . 15 , 1853 . —Matcn for $ 500 , mile heats , best three in five , in harness : H , Woodruff named br . m . Lady Hicks - - - -111 J . Whelpley named br . g . Dutchman - - - 2 2 2 1000 SUles in 500 Hours . Levett and Yates , two English pedestrians are engaged in a match of walking 1000 miles in 500 hours . At the last account , the result was as follows : —Levett , 754 miles in 453 hours , Yates , 749 miles in 453 hours .

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| NEW TORE CLIPPER [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

| NEW TORE CLIPPER

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 19 November 1853

NOVEMBER 19 , 1853 . HARRISON TRENT , Proprietor FRANK QUEEN , Editor . OUR WHOLESALE AGENTS Ross & JONES , 21 Ann Street . S . HALLOCK , 150 Fulton Street . M IKE M ADDEN , 47 Ann Street . YATES & SEEI . V , 15 Ann Street , Notice . I ®* Persons wishing to subscribe to the Clipper , will please send direct to our office , No . 150 Fulton street . Ep OUR PHILADELPHIA A OENT , Mr . A Winch , llfi Chcsnut street , will supply newspaper dealers in Philadelphia with the Clipper at our regular wholesale rates . Jack BandalL Don t fail to peruse the life and battles of Jack Randall , on our outside . Some of the fights engaged in by Jack were truly terrific . This will be the only opportunity of obtaining these histories . •

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