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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

CABPETDiTGS . TBEmEIfDOVSiBARCAINS . — •> -.- *>! AT THE CELEBRATED LARGEST AND CHEAPEST CARPET ESTABUSHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES , No . 99 Bowery , New York , HIEAM ANDEESON . J EIOUT SMCIOCB SALES ROOMS—WHOLESALE A . M > RETAIL . lJtj SALES noon NO . I . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLE , and handsome assortment of Hare s celebrated English and Americas Floor Oil Cloths , of the newest style , satin finish , marble , Italian , fresco , and scroll paintings , ever offered in this city , from 2 s . 6 d . to Sl the square yard of 1 to 8 yards wide . f **! H , . M ! r SALES KOOJI No . 3 . THERE ARE 250 PIECES OF THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable patterns of English and American Ingrijn Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to 6 s . Gd . per yard . Manufactured for our city sales . SALES It 00 *« I No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

BOWERY LITERARY EMPORIUM . —That old established stand , the BOWEXT NEWS HUT ( 177 Bowery , near Delaney ) , still continues to supply all the Sunday , Weekly , and Daily Papers , as soon as published ; also , the Magazines and Cheap Publications , when out , together with a general assortment of Blank Books and Stationery . Harpers will not be sold at cost , ( in imitation of several busy B s about town ) , bat at the sufficiently low prioe of 16 $ cents . Live and et live , u oar nana .

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MEXICM III Villi , LIIIMIT . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

MEXICM III Villi , LIIIMIT . A Balm for every Wound , a Cure for every 111 . RHEUMATISM , NEURALGIA , LUMBAGO , SCIATICA , SALT-RHEUM , TETTER , PILES , SCALD-HEAD , CAKED BREAST , SORE NIPPLES , SORE SHINS , BURNS AND SCALDS , ULCERE , GOUT , STIFF JOINTS . BRUISES . CUTS , CHAFES , GALLS , SPAVIN , SlLENT , RING-BONE , SWENEY , SORES , SCRATCHES , POLL-EVIL . HARD LUMPS OR TUMORS , AMD ALL KINDS OF Fains or Inflammation , in Man or Beast . A FEW TESTIMONIALS . This is to certify that the Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used quite extensivel y in the stables of Adams & Co . s Great Southern , Eastern and Western Express , for CURING Galls , Chafes Scratches , Sprains , and Bruises , and it has proved effectual . Many of their men have also used it on themselves and their families , and they all speak of its healing and remedial qualities in ( he highest terms . One of our hostlers got kicked , and badly cut and bruised on his knee—as usual , thc Mustang Liniment was r...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

R . R E . LIFE , HEALTH , STRENGTH , PURE BLOOD , SOUND BODY , AND CLEAR SKIN , IS INSURED TO ALL WHO TAKE RADWAYS RENOVATING RESOLVENT . ITS QUICK ACTION . The moment this powerful Renovator of the Blood and Revolver of Disease is taken into the body , it commences its work of cleansing and purificatiou . Bones that are rotten with poisonous and diseased deposits , are made sound and whole by its action . BAD BLOOD . Blood that has become impregnated with corrupt humors aud poisonous admixtures , is quickly cleansed and purified , and made clean and healthy . DISEASED ORGANS . Organs that have been deranged and prostrated , and rendered incapable of performing their natural functions , are suddenly invigorated and strengthened , and enabled to perform their natural duties . IT REGENERATES Every organ aud member of the body ; it makes • sound , healthy and strong all weak , diseased and unsound parts . DISEASED ACTION . Wherever there is pain or uneasiness , or sores , or itching of...

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Talk on 'Change [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

Talk on Change There WAS some talk about the passage of the Atlantic and Arabia to Liverpool , both vessels being now on their way . A gentleman from tlie Bowery said he would go a ten spot that tbe Atlantic would beat the Arabia s time six hours . This bet was immediatoly taUen , and doubled . A gentleman from Delmonico s said he thought there would not be six huurs difference in the time , and offered to bet hig h on it that the Arabia would have tbe advantage . Taken immediately , and stakes put up . The reception of the firemen was the next subject of conversation , and an old resident said he couldn t see how it was that tlie firemen , when visiting other cities , always select those hotels that charge the highest , although when at home they mostly pay ohly twenty shillings for board . It was suggested that a committee should be appointed to enquire into the matter , and report at the next meeting . Also to enquire into the expenses attendant on getting up those grand suppers ...

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The Bowery Theatre . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

The Bowery Theatre . It is rumored that next season the management of the Bowery Theatre will be placed in the hands of James Wallack , Jr . This may be the case , though it is by no means certain . Tliere are numerous applicants for the theatre , but it has not as yet been definitely settled who will be successful .

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St . Charles Theatre . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

St . Charles Theatre . This little theatre might be made a paying concern if it bad enterprising men to manage its affairs ; as it is , however , we fear it is about to cave in . * . m

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i ationaI Theatre * [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

i \ ationaI Theatre * W . J . Florence and wife are now performing at this theatre , and as it is their first engagement in their ncw line , we hope they will meet with that encouragement they so mucb deserve .

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| KNICK-KNACKS . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

| KNICK-KNACKS . IMMENSITY . —How many hours is the sun from us 1—why , if we were to send a baby in a railway train , going incessantly one hundred miles an hour , without making any stoppages , the baby would grow to be a boy—the boy would grow to be a man—the man would grow old and die—without seeing tlie sun , for it is distant more than a hundred years from us . But what is that compared with Neptune s distance f Had Adam and Eve started to go from Neptune to the sun , at the rate of fifty miles , * in hour , they wouid not bave got there yet , for Neptune is more than six thousand years from the centre of our system . —Plainfield Gaz . SST Deacon Snowball , in one of his sermons , gives the following apt hit at matrimonial government When Peter Widgden strapped his wife todder day , she tell him d . at he was no gemman , , ind she sed she would complain to de Woman s Rite Society ; and so de womans ob dat society called to see Peter , and Peter treat dem to egffrnog and a roti...

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Donnelly and Jones . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

Donnelly and Jones . The second battle between these renowned men was to have taken place on the 1 st of June . As soon as our correspondence reaches us , we shall g ive the full particulars in the Clipper .

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Who Killed Emanuel ? [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

Who Killed Emanuel ? Perhaps the jury that brought in the verdict of acquittal in the case of Captain Maloney can inform the public who did kill Emanuel . It is certain he was killed by some person or persons on board the Roscius , and if the jury say tho captain is innocent , they must know who is the guilty party .

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Try It . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

Try It . I Should any of our male readers wish to be cured of love , let them visit their truo love s house on washing day . U g h ! A Sharp Notice . Wc cli p the following from one of the morning papers . It speaks for itself : — I have of late , and why I know not , bcen assailed through the advertising columns of your paper . First , I am challenged by Mr . Gardner , whom the world knows 1 fairly and honorabl y defeated ; next , I am summoned by a Mr . Hayman to . appear before him , in a fighting attitude , for $ 250 or $ 500 . Now , all this paper fighting may seem , which it certainly is , of little consequence to those who have neither means nor character to lose ; but , to the i writer , who stands not in this community as either a bully or a coward , but as one loving peace , respecting the laws which govern him , prosecuting a good , profitable business , and , as a matter of course , having no desire to enter the ring again , it is of that vital importance tbat I cannot p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

ROSS & JONES , No . 21 Ann Street , General Agents for supplying ( he city ami country with Daily and Weekly Newspapers , clicap Books and Magazines Take great pleasure in giving notice that they have now completed their arrangements with the Publishers for filling tlie orders of tlieir customers at least one day in advance of any other house in this oity . All the Morning papers are sent by the earlytrain on the morning of their publication , and by this arrangement with themimerousRail Road and Steamboat lines , we are enabled to pack cheap publications & c , in the same bundle , so that our patrons not only secure their orders in advance , but at the same time save the expense of freight on the extra packages of Books and Magazines . Now all of you Country Dealers who are bothered almost to death by tho lateness and irregularity of your bundles , send on the Cash and give the Working Firm a trial , and you will have no cause in future to complain . Care an...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

MYERS Empire Stove Polish , FOE rOLIBHIHG GRATES , STOVES , STOVE PIPES , Or any Ornamental Worfcof 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 . will meet with prompt attention . Live and Let Live Oyster tf Dining Saloon , 214 Broadway , Opposite St . PauVs Church , New York . James A . Walnut , ) 7 . . , Wm . H . Radford , \ ^ ^ tetors . LITERARY HALL , Ha . 82 DIVISION STBEET , ABOVE CHBISTTE . The greatest Newspaper and Periodical Depot ia tho world—where ali the Daily , Weekly , and Sunday Papers , Magazines , Periodicals , and Novels may be obtained as soon as published , together with Blank Books , Stationery , Grate Apron Cut Paper , & c . ROBERT P . ELLIOT , Agent . Ap . 23-tf . BEADING FOB THE MILLION . Harpers Magazine , one and sixpence ; Putnam , Graham , a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

Continued from 1 st page . SHYLOCK ANO SNOWHAIX . —Shylock and Croft s Black fig ht for £ 5 a side in the same ring as Jones and Donnelly ; and , as they are backed by sporting men of high standing , the mill is looked forward to with some degree of interest . —Ibid . SHYLOCK AND CEOFT S BLACK . —We have received £ 4 , being a deposit made at Mr . Crofts , Bull s Head , Windmill-street , for this match , which is to come off in the same ring with Jones and Donnelly . DALY AND BAKER . —The second deposit of £ 2 10 s . a side for this match was made at Mr . Coker s , Weaver s Arms , Edwardstreet , Kingsland-road , on Wednesday . The tbird of a like amount is to be made at Mr . Hills , Watermen s Arms , Brick-lane , St . Luke s , on Wednesday next . AVAREIIAM AND BARRY . —We have received £ 2 from Joe Wareham as a first deposit for his fi ght with Barry . Thc latter has covered this amount , and signed thc articles to fight at catch weight , for . £ • 25 a side , on the 18 th of July ,...

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PEDESTRIANISM [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

PEDESTRIANISM X From Bell s Life , May 2 S 0 . WANKS AND JACKSON . —The race of one fivej . and ten miles at one start , for £ 25 * side , \ between Richard Manks ( the War wickshire Antelope ) and William Jacksoi ( the American Deer ) , Manks also staking £ 24 10 s . against Jackson s Cup , came of on Monday last , and drew together a pretty good muster of the right sort ; the betting wits , however , dull at 5 to 4 on Manks , with few takers , and we should say that nol more than £ 10 was speculated on the result . Manks took his breathings at Mr . Inmans , Lindrick Common , under the care of N . Ashforth , of Sheffield , who brought him to the post in fine condition . Jackson , who trained himself , was also in bejtutiful fettle . On tbe signal being given Jackson jumped off with a slight lead , which he increased to 10 yards at the end of the first lap ; in the second Manks lessened the distance between them to five yards ; the third was run in the same order , but , on going up...

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YACHTING . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

YACHTING . THE YACHT OLD DOMINION . Subjoined is an extract from a letter , written by Mr . Webb , of New York , to a gentleman in England , which may be interesting to our readers . DEAR SIB : Referring to the hurried description I gave you of the yacht Old Dominion , and as some little time will elapse before I shall be with you , I am prompted to give you a thorough description of this magnificent vessel . She is being built by the James River Company of Planters , for an intended circumnavigation of the Western Continent , proceeding round the Horn , thence through Behriugs Straits to the « Old World . She will leave Hampton Roads about the first of November next , visiting the various ports on the Atlantic and Pacific shores , reaching the Behring s Straits early ia the summer of 1854 and then attempt the long contended for passage of that frigid zone . Her dimensions tire as follows : —Length of keel 133 feet—breadth of beam 32 feet—depth of saloon seven feet—di aft of water 1...

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* ¦ » : Proposed Match for Schooners and Square-rigged Yachts of all Nations , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

* ¦ » : Proposed Match for Schooners and Square-rigged Yachts of all Nations , Ryde , Isle of Wight , May , 1853 . With a view of promoting yachting interests , and for the purpose of testing tbe merits of the various improvements latterly introduced in yacht building , a match for schooner yachts of all nations will take place at Ryde , on Wednesday , the 10 th day of August next , on the following conditions : COURSE . —From off Ryde Pier to the ejistward , leaving the Norman Buoy and Nab Lightship on the starboard hand , thence to make the best of their way to the Eddystone Lighthouse , rounding it on the starboard hand also , back to the Nab Li ghtship and Norman Buoy , passing both these on the port hand , and finally passing between R yde Pier and a flag-boat , as the winning goal . CONDITIONS . —1 st . To start at noon precisely on the day . above-named , without reference to either wind or tide . Yachts to ride by their own anchors , and to weigh the same at starting . 2 d ....

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 18 June 1853

from BeWt L < ft , May 29 . The Great Derby Race of 1853 . NETT VALUE OF THE STAKES £ 5 , 425 . Wednesday , May 25 . The DBBBY STAKES of 50 sovs each , h ft , for three year olds ; colts Sst 71 b , fillies Sst 2 lb ; the secoud to receive 100 sovs out of the stakes , and the winner to pay 100 SOYS towards the police and regulations of the course , and 50 SOYS to the judge ; one mile and a half , to be run on the New Course , 195 subs , 10 . t Mr . Bowes s b c West Australian , by Melbourne , F . Butler 1 1 . J Duko of Bedfords ch c Sittingbourne , by Chatham Rogers 2 29 . t Mr . Powney s b c Cineas , by Touchstone or Epirus Bumby 3 12 . t Mr . Howards ch c Rataplan , by Tbe Baron Wells 4 3 . J Baron Rothschild s b c Orestes , by Orlando Charlton 0 4 Lord Londeshorough s ch c The Mayor of Hull , by Shawn Buidhe Holmes 0 5 . Count Batthyany s b o Stone Plover , by Cotherstone , W . Abdale 0 6 . t Mr . E . R . Clark s b oMr Sykes , by Sir Tatton Sykes ( bb ) Bartholomew 0 7 ...

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