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Cool Pulls . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Cool Pulls . The Sunday Courier , a journal that is beginning the dodge of publishing stories of endless length , has the following firstrate notices in its last number . The Hippodrome . —This is the coolest and best ventilated place of amusement in the city . Mblo s Garden . —This is decidedly the best ventilated and coolest theatre ever constructed . So our readers will see that , according to the Sunday Courier , we have two of the best ventilated and coolest places of amusement in the city . Probably by next Sabbath our truthful friend will be able to inform us how many more coolest places we have amongst us .
Hnrserj Bhjnes [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Hnrserj Bhjnes HIOH TAXIS AHD Hiaa BENTS . A Story of Reform ^ New York . Once upon a time there was aii old Dutchman , called Amsterdam , who had a great many poor children , wlo were unable , on account of hi g h rents , ito get bread enough to eat . So the old Dutchman went to the landlord , and he said ) - ¦ Landlord , landlord , reduce the rents , or I cannot get bread for my children . Then the landlord said to him , It is not my fault , my taxes are so very high that I have to make it up from my tenants , and I must raise my rents ; you must pay up or leave , I cannot lose my rents . Ton had better speak to the aldermen about it . So he went to the-aldermen , and he said : Aldermen , aldermen , lessen the taxes , the taxes wont reduce the rents , and I cannot get bread for my children . Then the aldermen said , We have enough to attend to just now , we are busy about a railroad contract , and we cannot spare time to attend to your children . If tbe landlords charge too much ,...
A Carious Race . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
A Carious Race . Benjamin Young and Conrad Lutz , owners of valuable horses , recently made a bet of 1400 on a trial of the speed and bottom of their respective nags . The distance agreed upon was 60 miles—from Philadelphia to Trenton , and back . At 6 o clock , on Thursday morning , the parties started , in sulkies , and drove to Trenton in three hours , through the hot sun . There they remained for a short time , and returned homewards ; but before reaching the starting point , Lulu s horse fell dead in the road near Bock Run . At the time the poor animal died , Lutz was some four miles in the rear ef Young , who reached the stable within the time specified , but all attempts to save the horse proved fruitless , . tnd in half an hour after being taken from the sulky , it died . Before reaching home , Young was met by some acquaintances , who endeavored to dissuade bim from continuing the raco , but the unfeeling brute drove on , regardless of all entreaty . The thermometer , durin...
I ' - ; " "' i ^ fo ' gM & j ^^ '" [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
I - ; i ^ fo gM &amp; j ^^ Another accident at the slaughter-house the other evening ; but ~ everything is , keptso quiet at this place of amnsement , that but very little notice is attracted by it . ¦ It ; is said that one of the ballet girls was so seriously injured that she now lies in a very precarious situation .. If a person is injured by the falling of a brick p ile , by being run over by a stage , or falling into an excavation , the authorities at once take cognizance of it , and the proprietors are made to answer . At the Slaughter-house , however , numerous accidents have already taken place , and yet they have hardly been noticed . When the seats foe the audience give . way , and kill a score or two , perhaps something will be done to remedy die like evil in future . The following we copy from the Daily Times : SEBIOUS ACCIOXNT AT THB HlPPODKOMB . On Friday evening , about ten minutes previous to the commencement of the performances at the Hippodrome , an accident...
" Bny A flomestead . " [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Bny A flomestead . Buy a Homestead , say long advertisements and handbills circulated among the poorer classes for the sake of defrauding them of some of their hard earnings . Don t you do it , say we . It is but another building association concern , ori g inated by heartless speculators , not for the benefit of the poor man , but for their own monied interest . Look at those handbills , circulated through the medium of a portion of the Sunday press , see how nice everything is made to appear on paper , with pictures and maps , a beautiful stream of water flowing near the grounds , with a beautiful mansion on the banks , the said mansion to be given away te the purchaser who is lucky enough to draw tbe said lot and mansion , when the lottery takes place . How many poor individuals were defrauded of their money during the building association excitement a few years since , and how many of them were glad to leave those associations before their losses became greater ! Is the homestea...
A Bed YankeeNotion [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
A Bed YankeeNotion During the present season , when th-. eyesof the nation are looking forward to tte time appointed for the opening of the Crystal Palace , in which will be exhibited the various manufiustures and invention * of the world , it is a pleasing task to note the many beautiful improvements recent ] , made by Missus . BAIWHTT &amp; LKASE , - J No . 57 Chatham street , in their unstj t . passed and durable style of hats . Not satisfied with what has already been done , they have recently conceived the trul y original idea . of ; applying one ofthe most useful arts to their manufactures , and no * every purchaser of a hat at their establishment has his daguerreotype likeness placed in his bat free of expense . The daguerreotypes are taken in a truly artistic manner , and impart additional beauty to the interior of the hat .
Gens of Art . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Gens of Art . An hour cannot be spent more pleasantl y than by visiting the Picture Gallery of Mr . E . B . BOOMS , No . 161 Fulton street , and inspecting the varied assortment of beautiful engravings to be seen at this gallery . Paintings that cannot be found at any other establishment in . this city , may here be bad in great variety , and at extremely low rates . Call in and examine , even if you do not desire to purchase .
The Maine Law . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
The Maine Law . Its Supporters and Its Opponents . The Maine Liquor Law has alread y passed one branch of our State Legislature , and there is no possibility of doubt but that it will pass the other branch , and then it will be brought before the people for their approval or disapproval , at the fall election in November next .- In view of this fact , the people should ponder well before they conclude to give their sanction to such an overbearing and arbitrary law as this has already proved to be in those States where it has been tried . The constitutionality of the law is disputed by many gentlemen , whose legal position enables them to obtain such facts bearing upon the case as tend to convince them of its inefficiency and uselessness for the suppression of those evils it is intended to reform . In a case brought before one of the judges in the State of Maine , it was decided that the law was unconstitutional , and in fact a nullity ; and thus it cannot fail of being so decided by...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
HEW YORK CLIPPEB . JULY 2 , 1853 . HARBISON TRENT , FRANK QUEEN , Proprietor . Editor . — —— *—*—^¦¦¦¦¦¦ s Wholeaale -Agent * FOR THE NEW YORK CLIPPER . BOW tc JOKES , 21 Ann Street . S . HALLVCK , HO Fallen street . DIX TEH A * KKOTHEK , 43 Ann St . HIKE MADDEN , 47 Ann Street . $ &amp; - Either of the above Agents are prepared to supply orders for tbe Clipper , from eity or country , in large or small quantities .
Frontispiece for the World's Fair . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Frontispiece for the Worlds Fair . It has been suggested , and the suggestion meets with general favor , that arrangements be entered into with Barnum , to get his consent to have himself placed over the principal entrance to the Crystal Palace , as the greatest specimen of American manufacture to be found in this country . Should the efforts now making for the above object prove successful , the great finishing stroke to the World s Fair will be made , and the capitalists who have an interest in the concern will reap the reward due to their praiseworthy enterprise . Shall wc have a frontispiece to the Worlds Fair ? Dutell .
Monsters . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Monsters . Our papers will soon be flooded with editorial and other notices , puffing up Julien aud his band of foreigners . Don t believe all that may be said in their praise , however , it is manufactured to order , at so much per line , and is intended for the edification of us ignorant Americans . Greasys opera troop will commence the newspaper crusade before long , but it is to be hoped that our injured and insulted citizens will give this Italian troop the goby . Salvi soaped and lathered us , until we had to dip into him , and now we are threatened with another invasion ; look out for them , you who are opposed to foreign airs .
Effects of tbe late Heat . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Effects of tbe late Heat . The bill of mortality for the past week , shows the extraordinary number of five hundred and sixty-one deaths , an increase of two hundred and thirty-two deaths over the preceding week . This increase is to be attributed to the great heat of that week . Now that fruit is beginning to appear , it is to be hoped that our citizens will be careful in its use , and thus avoid sickness , if not death .
The Tacht Silvie . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
The Tacht Silvie . This beautiful yacht , which sailed from here lately , for England , to take part in the great Begatta at Cowes , on the second of August next , put into Halifax on the 19 th ult , on account of the sickness of the mate . The S . sailed again after procuring a new mate . « ¦»
Tke Theatres . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Tke Theatres . There is but litf le comfort at theatres , during the summer season , and the natural consequence is , that some of them have closed , and thoee that remain open are playing to a beggarly account of empty benches . Nothing new in the theatrical line worth recording .
Talk en 'Change . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Talk en Change . Owing to the great fire up-town the other evening , ashes have become p lenty , and lumber more scarce . Gold and silver continue scarce , and in great demand , notwithstanding tiie recent new coinage supply from the Mint The warm weather had a tendency to make a great demand for the Mint in New Tork , but as it cannot be removed -from Philadelp hia at present , we had to content ourselves with the mint in julip , which wasnt bad to take . A gentleman stated that Captain Maloney had been indicted by the Grand Jury for cruel treatment to bis crew at sea . It was hoped that the merchants would again stand by him , and see that he . escaped the meshes of the law . Sensation . A poor old worn-out sailor applied for a little charity , but he was given in charge of a policeman . It was suggested by a political gentleman present , that any father attempts to sentence the Tammany Hall rioters would be useless , as a committee was about to be appointed to test the question o...
The American Tacht Stranger . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
The American Tacht Stranger . At the Boyal Mersey Yacht Club Match on Saturday , 4 th of June , the American yacht Stranger , was entered , but was unsuccessful in proving herself a good sailer , being the last yacht in the race , or in other words , she was nowhere . The Stranger was built by Messrs . Fish &amp; Morton , of this city , and was taken to England by Norman Jackson , Esq . It has been discovered since the race that the Stranger twisted her rudder-head earl y in the day , which may account for her being behindhand . We shall endeavor to give the full account of the race , which was deeply interesting , in our next .
Fourth of Jnly in Philadelphia . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
Fourth of Jnly in Philadelphia . The authorities of Philadel p hia 1 have determined to arrest all persons guilty of shooting off guns , pistols , crackers , &amp; o , in that city on the 4 th . Old fogy notions stiU prevail in the Quaker City . Let tho boys have a little freedom on the 4 th , if you wish them to retain their patriotic princip les . -
*¦' : ""'" ' • nS ' - fimffi' ^ ifiwfc- '"¦'"'' [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853
*¦ : • nS - fimffi ^ ifiwfc- ¦ Several of eur dty papers are finding fitult with the numerous refreshment honses , &lt; fcc ^ in the nei ghborhood of the Crystal Palace , and some of themsay what will foreign visitors think of us f This is the great objection . Foreigners will not like it , and it will lessen us as a great people in the eyes of those foreigners . We do not think our English visitors will make much objection to the beer-houses around the Palace , for nothing pleases them so much as a mug ofalf audalf . Besides , if we allow the business to be monopolized by a few , our citizens will have to pay veiy dearly for their refreshments . Competition is the life of trade , and as the vicinity of the Palace will be thronged during the summer by persons who cannot afford to pay a high price for little luxuries , we go in strong for taking the business out of the hands of the few , and dividing it among the many . Let those persons who keep refreshment places near the P...