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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 11 June 1853
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 11 June 1853
MYERS Empire Stove Polish , VOB pomsnise GRATKS , STOVES , STOVE PIPES , Or any Ornamental Work of Cast Iron or Wood ; which for cleanliness in its application , beauty and durability of its Lustre , is warranted to be superior to any thing heretofore offered to the public for that purpose . AU orders addressed to JOS . H . PRICE , 321 SPRING St . wH ) meet with prompt attention . Live and Let Live Oyster if Dining Saloon , 214 Broadway , Opposite St . PauVs Cliurch , Neto York . James A . Walnuf , ) D . , Wm . ll . Radfordj ^ P * LITERARY HALL , Ko . 63 DIVISION STBEET , ABOVE CHEISTIE The greatest Newspaper and Periodical Depot ia the world—where all the Daily , Weekly , and Sunday Papers , Magazines , Periodicals , and Novels may be obtained as soon ns published , together with Blank liooks , Stationery , Grate Apron Cut Paper , &amp; c . ROBEKT 1 . ELUOT , Agent . Ap . 23-tf . BEADING FOB THE MILLION . Harpers Magazine , one and sixpence ; Putnam , Araham . and Godey , t...
- *~ m * . STEAMBOAT RACE . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 11 June 1853
- *~ m * . STEAMBOAT RACE . Sport at the Soatti . A letter from New Orleans of thc dat . of May 25 , gives the following sporting intelligence : The steamer Eclipse , which left liere for Louisville to make the shortest time on record , made tho trip up in 4 days , nine hours , and 32 minutes . About the time she started , we were receiving the telegraphic news of lhe frightful railroad carnage at Norwalk , and the papers were daily teeming with the sad particulars ; but pooh ! what was that to tho excitement of a race \ A few days afterwards , another clipper steamer , the A . L . Shotwell , started to beat the Eclipse . She refused to tako freig ht , and passengers were informed that the bout was going to race ; a few nervous one hung back , and refused to go ; but she carried off a largo crowd of passengers , arrived at Louisville safe , and claims to have beaten the Eclipse by three minutes in a distance of 1 , 500 miles ! On the 22 d inst , the crack steamer Yorklown left our l...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 11 June 1853
Ctntinued fr * m lit page . Similar- * eenes occurred on the return , and at ifi ^ lntervsir mighr be seen wagons upset , .-wheels , off , shafts broken , horses dowfy &amp;&amp; , &amp; o-i affording scenes rarely wit * nenSeii by- those most accustomed to the excitements of the road , Grea . confusion prevailed at the ferries ,- and the ¦ crossing was extremely hazardous . Taking it al in all , Wednesday waa one of the most cs &gt; citing days ever witnessed in this vicinity , i Anticipating an immense assemblage at the course , the proprietors had made every provision for accommodation and comfor $ . The track was in very fino order , having been previously scraped and rolled , and was apparently as smooth as a parlor floor . Its fino condition elicited universal commendation , and Bangui ic anticipations were entertained of quick time being made . Now for the race : — first Heat . Kemble Jackson won the inside position . Honest John the second p l...
/ THE RING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 11 June 1853
/ THE RING f . FIGHT . J }_ trwp . G . r GEORGE LANE AND JERRY Noos 1 FOB £ 100 A SIDE . This fight came off in the forepart of April , but as we have been pressed for room , the publication of the particulars has been deferred until the present time . We are indebted to Bell s Life for . the reports . j This veritable trial of strength between the London aud Birmingham schools , created an extraordinary degree of interest , and had it not been for the unfavorable stato of the weather , a steady drizzling rain prevailing from early morning until tlie commencement of the fight , we have no doubt would have been attended by a very large muster of admirers of the fistic art , as well as by the partisans of the respective combatants , who , as it was , assembled in great force . The Birmingham School , having champions engaged in the London Ring on two consecutive days , were of course numerous , while the admirers of the hanky panky Jerry Noon were not by any means despicable in number...
THE SHIPfEECK . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
THE SHIPfEECK . Will no one go off for her?—will no one QTO off for my child , my only child ? shrieked the miser , wringing his hands and running to and fro in the crowd . But all turned a away . There was scarcely a soul present who , at one time or another , had not suffered in the hands ofthe hard-heart-ed money-lender . Oh ! for the love of God—you who are fathers think of me . My daughter will perish—will you not go off for her , Townsend ? Ill g ive you anything—anything I mean in reason . Go off for her!—not I , said the man ; with a mocking laugh , shaking off tbe old man , all your gold would not tempt me out on that boiling sea . Besides , aint I a father , too—and think you Ill sacrifice my life for another ? No , no , old hulks , you must take your gold to some other market . Oh ! she will die , she will die—my child for whom I bave saved all . Peter Jones , you will go it , I give you a thousand dollars ? Not for ten thousand , gruffly said the person addressed , a boa...
On Board for a Holiday , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
On Board for a Holiday , There was on board our ship a smart , active , good-natured boy , about ten or twelve years old , who , if ubiquity ever fell to the lot of mortal form , he possessed that property . He was everywhere doing everything for everybody , and apparentl y in at least three places at the same time . Dick ! take Mr . Smith some hot water . Dick ! Mr . Jones wants his coat brushed . • Dick ! bring a light in the cabin . Dick ! go and swab the deck . Dick ! peel them taturs for cook . Dick ! you lazy scoundrel ! steward says you have not cleaned his knives . Dick ! go and water the sheep . ( A whole flock formed part of the cargo . ) Dick ! go and help reef topsails . Dick ! feed the geese . Dick ! take these bones to my dog . The cry of Dick , Dick , Dick , resounded all the day long , and poor Dick seemed really to execute all the multifarious orders given him , with the most unflinching alacrity and good humor . One day Mr . Meredith inquired of the owner , if Dick...
•« - » - »» - Match between Virginia and Sonth Carolina . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
•« - » - »» - Match between Virginia and Sonth Carolina . The match raoe between Virginia and South Carolina for a bet of $ 2 , 500 a side , two mile heat , came off on Saturday , over the Fairfield race course . The entrees were John Belcher s b . h . Red Eye , Virginia horse , 7 years old , weight 124 lbs , and T . G . Bacon s b . m . Nina , South Carolina , 5 years old , weight 107 lbs . At 1 o clock . both horses came to the post . They appeared to be in excellent condition . Nina , however , showing much better spirit than the Virginian , which by many speculators upon the result , was held as a sure data-to warrant the acceptance of any offers against her . Large bets were made upon the issue of the first heat , the favorites of Nina giving some slight odds , while upon the general result greater odds were offered against her . At the appointed time ( halfpast 1 oclock ) they started . Nina took the lead after a few bounds from the stand . getting about twenty yards ahead . Th...
THE RING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
THE RING Round 1 . On throwing themselves into attitude , the condition of the men excited universal approbation . Hazletine was evidently confident of victory , and eyed his man with great coolness . He feinted and stepped back to draw his man , who approached him fearlessly . As soon as he was within distance Hazletine lunged out left and ri ght on the knowledge box with good effect . Ellis countered him on the phisiog sli ghtly , but , on Hazletine administering pepper with both bands , slipped down . Before Hazletine could reach his corner , however , EUis jumped up and delivered his led and right on Hazletine s nut . An appeal of foul was made ; but the referee , not wishing to put an end to the fight so suddenly , although Ellis was clearly wrong , decided that the fight should proceed . 2 . Hazletine led off , catching Ellis with stinging effect on the jaw , on which Ellis closed , Fight between Hazletine and Ellis for Twenty-live Pounds a Side . This affair , which created a...
Fights to Come . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
Fights to Come . May 31 . —Brown nnd Charley George—- £ 35 a side , London . 31 . —Cruse aud Trim , £ 15 a side , London . 31 . —Hall and Baker , £ 10 a side . June 1 . —Jones and Donnelly , £ 100 aside , London . 7 . —Horrigan and Mose— £ 25 a side , London . July 18 . —Barry and Wareham— £ 25 a side , London . 19 . —Baker and Daly— £ 25 a side , London . Day not fixed . —Jones and Bill Hayes , £ 200 a side , London . Day not fixed . —Jones and an Unknown to be named by Hayes— £ 300 a side , London . ( . From Bells Life , Mar 22 d . ) CLARK * AND WIUTBLBY . —The fight announced to come off between these men , on Monday last , ended in a most unsatisfactory manner . According to articles , tbe battle was to take p lace in a 20 foot ring , Whiteley s party agreeing to find ropes and stakes , each to pay an equal share of the expense . Clarke won the choice of ground , and named the neighborhood of Barnsley ; the men met on the ground , but Whiteley s party had no ropes and stakes . W...
SPORTING INTELL 13 ENCI . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
SPORTING INTELL 13 ENCI . KEPOBIBD AND SELECTED FOR TUE CUPPER . HOME MATTER # First Cricket Match of the Season . NBW YOBK TEIUMPH . VNT . The first Cricket Match for the seasoi * camo off on Wednesday of last week , in the grounds at . the Red House , Harlem , between the New York and St . George s Crickel Club . The St George s Club won tk first innings , and play commenced at nine o clock P . M . The play was as follows : Ffr . t Innings . Secd . In ni , 1 . Waller , b Cuyp 6 taniownt eaBed 38 2 . Blackham . b . 8 am . 21 b . Bam * 2 3 . Emmet , b . flama li b . Rama 0 4 . Connie , b . Sam * 0 b Sams 1 5 . Wright , b . Sams 0 b . Cuyp 16 6 . Bennett , b . Cuyp 0 b . Cuyp t , O 7 . Bace , b . Dokery 0 b . Cuyp 0 8 . Tenton , b . Dokery 0 ran out O 9 . White , b . Sama 1 run out 4 10 . Dixon , b . Sams , C . Barckley 0 ( ran down ) b . Lawe * 6 Tit . Hinbaugh , not out S b . Laws 2 Byea 13 13 Leg byea 9 3 Wide balls 0 I Total for the St G . a C . 61 84 NEW roar CLUB . 1 . Sharp , ...
THE TUBE [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
THE TUBE I PHILADELPHIA , PA ., HUNTING PARK COURSE . TACOKT AMI MAC . —BEST TIME OK RECORD . Dear Spirit . —The champion has at last been beaten , and at his own game . The great trial race between Tacony and Mac , under the saddle , came off on Thursday last , and was won by the former handily , and in such figures Uiat the world may gaze at with true astonishment . Tbe day was very sultry , with every appearance of a heavy rain . Before the start Mac was the favorite at 100 to 50 , and often 100 to 40 ; bis easy success in the previous races against Tacony , and his immense reputation under the saddle , had inspired many with the belief that bones and muscle could not beat him . Against this , however , stood Tacony s 2 : 26 last FaU , in the third heat with ease , quicker time than Mac had ever made in public , and tbe rumor that he had gone in 2 : 25 a few days before in private , gave to his friends a fervent hope that he had a chance to win , and therefore the odds were taken...
THE SKIPPER'S CABIN . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
THE SKIPPERS CABIN . A TALK WITH OUR FRIENDS—AT HOME AND ABItOAD . The various and innumerable incidents that come under the notice of a public journalist afford ample scope for the display of those many descriptive abilities which all editors are supposed to possess ; and yet it is almost impossible to depict life as it is in this great city . A stroll through the different sections of New York will impress upon the minds of all , that we are emphatically a fast people , and that we are still bound to go ahead . Will you take a walk with us , reader , while wo point out a few of the most noted places at the present time , and call upon history and memory for their former reminiscences . Do y » u see that noble marble edifice on thecornerof Broadway and Chambers street , where the most beautiful manufactures of the four quarters of the globe , are dispensed to our city fashionables in exchange for their filthy lucre ? On that spot of ground , in the year 1770 , that year when the in...
Let ' s Sell , Sir . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
Let s Sell , Sir . AFTER A LONG FELLOW . Around the Crystal Palace passd A license man so very fast , Who liquor selling , tried to stop , But all he heard was pop , pop , pop , Lets sell , * ir . His face was long , so were his feet , As he tramped along each noisy street , And he wishd that long ago hed died For every one he met still cried Lets sell , sir . He went into the Cor-por-al s , And viewd tho sights upon the walls ; But the Corporal asked him in to dine , And said , while handing him some wine , Let s sell , sir . * He next went to a cream saloon . Quite early in tho afternoon , But they brought him in some br . indied ice , And a sweet voice said so very nice , Lets sell , sir . He next went to an eating shop , And said hed try a mutton chop , Ihe chop was brought , and a little gin , And the waiter said , as he brought it in , Let s sell , sir . He turned his steps to a grocery store , And vowed tbat he would drink no more , But the Dutchman wbisperd in bis ear As he ...
Tbe Latest Gag . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
Tbe Latest Gag . Of all the humbugs imputed to Barnum , he was never guilty of so transparent a piece of gaggery as that attempted to be foisted upon the public by a tailor somewhere in the lower part of the city . The said tailor has had built a very showy omnibus , which he designs for the conveyance of his customers to and from the Crystal Palace . What an insult to the community . The man must be simple indeed , not to know th . it in the purchase of clothes from tho said tailor , he would be well charged for his ride to seethe show . Where a ride in the tailor s stage would cost a dollar , a ride in a public conveyance would cost but sixpence ! Any person guilty of riding in the toiler s wagon will be designated as the tailor s goose ! Verily , this is the age of humbug !
The Bonnet Makers . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
The Bonnet Makers . lhe \\ nliamsburgh Milliner case has been decided at last , in favor of the poor girls who brought the suit . Well done , Williamsburgh ! Would that we had a little of such impartial justice in this city , where the monied criminal is almost certain to escape with impunity , while the one guilty of taking a piece of bread to allay the cravings of hunger , is consigned to a felon s cell . When will these doings have an endt
THE FIREMEN . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
THE FIREMEN . GRAND GALA DAY . THE ARRIVAL AND RECEPTION OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINE CO . OF BALTIMORE . Monday last was a great day among the firemen , on the occasion of the arrival of the Baltimore firemen on a visit to their brother firemen in New York . The Battery was the great centre of attraction , and at an early hour in the afternoon , hundreds of people could be seen wending their way to this delightful spot , where the strangers were expected to land from the steamer . Along the line of route , crowds of persons were assembled anxiously awaiting the arrival of the procession , and as is the case in all processions , the patience of those waiting was taxed to the utmost , as it was fully two hours after the time advertised before the parade took up its line of march . The day w . as lovely , perhaps a little too warm , iind the beautiful promenade on the Battery afforded ample opportunity for those in waiting to enjoy themselves in various ways . At 5 oclock , the crowd of e...
The American Deer , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
The American Deer , Jackson , the American Deer , who waa done out of the money in a late race with Manks , in England , has challenged Manks to run him from 100 yards to 20 miles on a turnpike road , for £ 50 a side . Jackson is up for a race with the winner ( Frost ) of the Champions belt , to come off on the fourth of July . Manks says he wishes to run with Jackson and Frost , and the winner to take the whole of the stakes and the Champion s Belt ; or , if the Deer does not go on with the match , he will run Frost on the fourth of Jul y . He will run any man in the world 10 , 20 , 30 , or 40 miles , at one start or separate , for £ 25 a side each distance . Manks will run 10 miles , and walk 10 miles , at one start , for £ 50 a side , against any man in the world .
An American Female Pedestrian . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853
An American Female Pedestrian . FEMALE PEDESTRIAMSM . —Kate Irvine , an American , who at the close of last summer was said to have walked 500 miles in as many consecutive hours , at Aston Cross Grounds , Birmingham , has , after a trip to tbis country , returned to the same place , and commenced a fresh engagement of walking 580 miles in as many consecutive hours . There was a strong muster to see her start .