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A Good Price . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

A Good Price . The price paid by J . M . Bishop to O . F . Holabird , for his thirteen head of cattle and sheep now on exhibition * near the Crystal Palace , was seventeen thousand dollars .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

TO SPORTSMEN , CALIFORNIANS , AND OTHERS . Alfred Woodham , No . 180 Fulton-street , one door Treat of Broadwa ., orrosiTE ST . MOt-V OHDRCH . Importer and Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is sonstantly receiving from Manufacturers a full assortment of the above articles , as well as all articles in the Sporting line , viz : Dram Bottles , Shot Pouches , Percussion Caps , Gun Wadding , & c , & c . Colt s Patent Pistols , Fishing Tackle , & c . Sole Agent for Klein s Patent Primers and Cartridges for Patent Needle Gua . Porter s Patent Revolving and Repeating Rifles . All of which ara offered at very low prices . The public are invited to call and see for themselves . ,

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

MEDICAL DISPENSARY , Established in 1833 , by Dr . George W . Bond , in Orchard Street , New York , For the Cnre of Tenereal Disease in all its forms . If you are unfortunate , and want to be cured and left in sound health , come to me ; I am saving hundreds monthly . My father s reputation and my wonderful success will satisfy any person there is no humbug about this . Tbose that doubt , let them some and see for themselves , and if I dont do all [ say I can , I will make them a present of $ 25 to go where th « y think they can do better . I use nothing that is injurious to the system ; but use medicines that will strengthen a person , and leave them in sound health in the shortest possible time . My Vegetable Strengthening Bitters is a speedy and permanent cnre for all weakness of the organs of generation , and for that terrible affliction , Nocturnal Seminal Emissions . It has not , in a single instance , failed to effect a radical cure where it has been tried . Office arranged a...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

The Original newspaper Depot . S . HALLOCK , If * . ISO FsUtoa Street . General Agent for supplying all the Daily and Weekly Newspapers , Cheap Books , Magazines , See ., dtc Dealers will find it much to their advantage to patroaise the oldest establishment in tbe Dnited State * . By so doing they ean have all thar Books , Mags-ones and Newspapers packed carefully in one package , thus avoiding tbe additional expense of many bundles . Arrangements have been made with the various Publishers , Steamboat and Railroad Companies ,: for the earliest transmhioa ef Ke-Mpapen , * c , superior to any other boose .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

CARPETD-TGS . TBKnKKOOlS BABfillirS . AT THE CELEBRATED LARGEST AND CHEAPEST C AKPET ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES , No . 99 Bowery , New York , HIRAM ANDERSON . EMHT -VICIOUS SALES ROOKS—WHOLESALE AND hETAlL . SALE * . ROOM No . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLE , and handsome assortment of Hares celebrated tinglish and American Floor Oil Cloths , of the newest style , satin finish , marble , Italian , fresco , and scroll paintings , ever offered in this city , from 2 s . tid . te $ 1 the square yard of 1 to 8 yards wide . ¦ . SAI . ES noon No . 2 .. THERE ARE 550 PIECES OF THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable patterns of English and American Ingrain Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to 6 s . 6 d . per yard . Manufactured for our city sales . SAI . ES ROOiffi No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures , imported uud manufactured to order , some of which cannot...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

IS FULLY STOCKED WITH EVERY VARIETY of striped and figured STAIR and HALL CARPETING , at 2 s ., 2 s . 6 d ., 3 s . to 6 s . per yard . Also , English Tapestry , Brussels and Velvet Stair Carpet at 7 s . 8 s . 9 s . and 10 s . per yard . SALES ROOAI No . T . ROYAL VELVET , Axminster , Tap 6 stry , and Brussels Carpeting , imported from the celebrated English manufactories of John Crossly & Son , and Henderson s , expressly for our city trade . Also , Mosaic carpets of one entire piece , the size 16 feet by 21 , and 12 feet 8 inches by 17 feet , worth $ 350 . SALES ROOSI No . 8 . Are the PATENT TAPESTRY INGRAIN CARPETS , exhibited at the World s Fair , and to be exhibited at the New York Crystal Palace . Also , Window Shades , at 6 s ., 8 s ., 12 s ., 16 s and 20 s . per pair ; Table Covers , Plated and Brass Stair Rods , English Sheepskin , Adelaide and Tufted Parlor Door Mats . Alao , White and Checked Matting , 4-4 , 5-4 and 6-4 , and Cocoa Matting . All the above goods...

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The Championship . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

The Championship . BROOME Attn THE TIPTON SUSHXB . — We announced in our town edition laat week tbat a match had . been made at Jem Burn s , and £ 10 a aide staked far these men to fight in four months , for £ 300 a side , and tbat they were to meet on Monday last and draw up articles and stake £ 100 a side : On Monday a meeting took place at Jem Burn s , but the Tipton Slasher , through an accident , -was unprepared with his money , and a forfeit was the result . The Slasher has since called upon us , and staked £ 50 in our hands for a match for £ 300 a side . He wishes to fight in four months from the time of drawing articles , and is willing that to us should be intrusted the task of naming the place and referee . He hopes Broome will not back out , but will give him a chance of regaining his lost laurels . He declares tbat if Broome declines his challenge he will lay claim to the title of Champion , which was wrested from him by Broome two years ago . He will be at the Miner s A...

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Westhall and Jackson . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

Westhall and Jackson . An off-hand match has been made between William Jackson ( the American Deer ) , and Charles Westhall , for £ 10 a side ; the former is to rnn four miles and a half , and Westhall to walk three miles tomorrow ( Monday ) , at Mr . Beswick s Royal Oak , Barking-road , at 5 o clock .

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YACHTING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

YACHTING Royal London Tacht Clnb Match . The first match of the season ef this club was . sailed on Tuesday , from Erith to Holehaven and back , for prizes of 20 spvs , ; and 5 sovs to the second , boat . The Meteor steamer had been engaged to accompany thc match , and the Royal Artillery band was on board ; but the company was not near so numerous as was anticipated . On arriving at Erith , we found the undermentioned vessels at their moorings , viz : — NO . XAMK . IONS , OWNER . 1 . JcwA 8 W . Bain ,, Esq . 2 .. MUCHICT 10 J . R . Kirby , Esq . 3 . BRITANNIA 7 6 . Legg , Esq . 4 . ROMP 8 R . & J . C . Kni ght , Esqrs . - 5 . ALPHA 10 J . R . Bailey , Esq . 6 . KITTEN 10 T . Harvey , Esq . One minute per ton was allowed for difference of tonnage . The wind was free both ways , . being -a fine spanking breeze from the northward of east , with a good bit of the former in it , and this gave rise to considerable conjectures whether some of the boats would be able to carry a...

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, | jj ! IT . . , T - * - TJ 7— - -- ; ... ——— . . . ^ * . .. , IX ... - _ ****•*——** [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

, | jj ! IT . . , T - * - TJ 7— - -- ; ... ——— . . . ^ * . .. , IX ... - _ ****•*——** [ % B ^ lia for : i ^ vfeiy : ! Wd ^ df rea |** fof every 111 » r RHEUMATISM . f ¦ - - . ....,.. * ¦ - . , NEURALGIA , LUMBAGO , SCIATICA , SALT-RHEOM , TETTER , PILES , SCALDLHEAD , CAKED BREAST , SORE NIPPLES , SORE SHINS , BURNS AND , SCALDS , . - V ULCERS , GOtn , > STIFF jonrn , j BRUISES , r :: ! « rrs , CHAFES , GALLS , , SPAVIN , . fSPLENT , 1 Rltf & BONE , . SWENET , SORES , SCRATCHES , 1 POLLUWL . I HARD LUMPS OR TUMORS , AW ALL rniDs or , Pains or Tiiflammrgitioii , ia !* Man ! or - Beast A FEW ! tESTIMONIAIa & , ... (¦ • . * •¦ . ¦¦ : ¦¦ ¦ -... * .: ¦¦ - ¦ * I * bis is ts oertitj that the Me-ncaa Mustang liniment has been used qnite extensively in the itsM * . ef Adams . & Co . s Great Southern , Essterp and Western Express , for CURING Galls , Chift » • Scratches , Sprains , and Bruises , and it has proved effectual . * i Many of their - m...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

Continued from 1 st pagts . ; : 12 ; : A little Bpamng . forwiid now took p I * w *» y - aWtil Jon ^ in , i ? i & id : ^ let : gti :-WiB ! han ^ s , _ , l > nt Donnelly gtepped quick ) j-Vway ., Jones tried again , -With a-lifce reshltj three times in iioccesaion . More sparring now took place , until Jones rushed in , caught Donnelly round tbe neck , and , after a short struggle ; threw and fell on bim . 13 . Jones rattled in , delivered his right heavily on the ribs , bnt got a nasty one on the nose and another on his left sqainter for his pains . Another rally took p lace , in which Jones received the -lion s share of punishment , tbe cork being again drawn from his snout , and iu the end Donnelly got down . 14 . Jones dashed at bis man at once with resolution , but was met with severity on the mazzard and smeller ; he , nevertheless , succeeded in reaching Ned s ribs with his right , and , after a sharp rally in favor of Donnelly , thc latter got down . On...

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Epsom Races . —The Settling . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 2 July 1853

Epsom Races . —The Settling . TUESDAY , MAY 31 . —This being the . recognised settling day upon the Derby and Oaks , the room was crowded throughout the -tftemoon . The anticipations of the previous day , however , were anything but realised , and instead of being good , the settling mnst be pronounced a very unsatisfactory one—no more than could ; have been expected , perhaps , considering tkat the two great events of the meeting were carried off by the first favorites . Many , large accounts were only partially liquidated , and several parties , whose balances on the trace happened to be on the ri ght side , foind themselves , owing to the ti ghtness of ; the money ; market , decidedly out after discharging the -claims against tbem , 1 * . A » : usual , time was demanded ; and granted in most in stances . The principal absentee was a vete ran book-maker of nearl y £ 0 years * standing , whose liabilities were stated to exceed - £ 12 , 000 . His non-appearance of course inconvenien...

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Poor Robin . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

Poor Robin . Sung with great applatuc by Wood * Minrtrels . Poor Robin , once how merrily , He toiled the live long day , When roassa s kind and cheerful smile , Could cheer us on onr way ; But Robin now is growing old , He totters down the hill , With the bag of corn upon his back , . Be s bearing to the mill . CAoriw —Oh , the happy , happy days , When we were young and gay , And I loved upon the banjo string So merrily to play . With my bridle in my hand , O t was frolic and t was fun , Across the fields and meadows then To seo old Robin run . Poor Robin , twas my pride to comb His lung and glossy mane , _____ But now his working days are gone , lie 11 never run again . And as I gently smooth him down , . It makes me heave a sigh , For well I know thut massa soon Will turn him out to die . Chorus—Oh I the happy days , dsc . And now old Robin s almost gone , A tear will wet my cheek , For Robin is a faithful friend . Although he cannot speak ; Alas ! that he has grown so old , And...

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MHWISTA [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

MHWISTA V STORY OF THE COLONIES About two centuries ago , when New England consisted of the colonics of Massachusetts , Plymouth , Connecticut , and New Haven , under the supervision of commissioners subject to the control of the governor and general court of Massachusetts , the difficulties with thc Dutch at Manhattan , or New Amsterdam , commenced . Massachusetts and Plymouth being at points farthest cast , and of right of possession less questionable , were not immediately involved in the contest , but being under a compact or confederation with the other colonies , were bound to aid in sustaining thc ri g hts of Connecticut and New Haven . Among the few occurrences that led to the quarrel , were the insolence ofthe Dutch agents , the burning of the English tradinghouses in New Haven , selling powder and guns to the Indians , and taking from the harbor of New Haven a vessel belonging to the Dutch . About this time the Dutch governor . Kieft , living at Manhattoes , took under iii...

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Jack Sheppard about Wonderful Escapes . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

Jack Sheppard about Wonderful Escapes . Two weeks since , a boy 14 years of age , named JOHN NUNNERY , was arrested b y Captain Campbell , of the Third District Police , on suspicion of having stolen $ 275 from Henry Belford in Atlantic-str ., Brooklyn . When asked whero he had deposited the money , he stated that a companion at work in tho Brooklyn Glass Works had it , iind upon going there Nunnery m . inaged to make his escape . Next day he was again arrested in New York , and returned to Brooklyn , when lie was locked up in jail . Last Monday was taken to the Third District Station-house for examination . Before this could take place , the boy mado his escape from the cells by crawling through a small opening in the door , in which water and provisions are passed to prisoners . On Friday nig lit , about 10 o clock , officer Mathews of the First District Police arrested him again , at the Chatham Theatre , New York , and deposited him in the cells at the City HaU in Brooklyn . Sat...

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THE KING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

THE KING Jen Burn s Black and Shylock . , As soon as Jones and Donnelly had withdrawn from the ring , in their last fight , a geraman of color , formerly a protege of Jem Burn , but now calling himself Billy Crofts Black , entered the ring to contend for £ 5 a side with a gent , not of the Hebrew persuasion , rejoicing in the name of Shylock . Mr . Shylock , who was formerly a waiter to Mr . Patton , of the Lemon Tree , Bedfordbury , is of the rotund or bonifaee class , being almost as broad as he is long , and as thick through as he is broad . On stripping , he looked far more fit to bo melted down in a tallow chandlers vat , and sold at so much per pound for candles , than to contend for superiority in the P . R . Jem Burn s Darkee , on the contrary , was very fit , and looked as strong as a horse . He is a well-made , broad-shouldered fellow , with a good-humored mug , which , when on the broad grin , reminds one strongly of a marmozet . But little time was lost on either side in...

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Fight between George Brown and Charley George , for £ 35 a Side . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

Fight between George Brown and Charley George , for £ 35 a Side . This b . tttle , although it took place the day prior to the contest between Jones and Donnelly , gives precedence to that encounter in our columns , seeing that the interest thereby excited is but of secondary importance . Brown , who s 29 years of age , and whose weig ht is 9 st 61 b , has only once before appeared within the pugilistic circle , viz . with Donnelly , whom he beat , owing to the latter having struck him a foul blow . He has long been known as a clever glove fighter , and great things were expected of hiin by 4 is Ea « t End backers . George , who is a veteran , has twice put in claims to notice , viz . with Richards , and Peter Stevens , both of whom ho vanquished , although it was thought that the result of the contest with the latter mig ht be described by the letter X . Ho was known to be a game , hardy fellow , and although his friends were aware he . had been leading what is termed a fast life f...

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Cruse and Trim . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

Cruse and Trim . This battle took place , for _ £ I 5 a side , in the same ring as the above . Both heroes were unknown to fistic fame . It lasted an hour and a half , during whicli C 5 rounds were foughl , and was won b y Cruse , who was the older and staler man , iind who , moreover , broke his arm in the second round . The money is to be given to Cruse at Mr . Vassar s , Green Dragon , Halfmoon street , Bishopsgate , on Tuesday evening .

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YACHTING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

YACHTING From IStU t Life , June in . BOYAL 9 IEBSEF YACIIT CLUB HATCH . AT 5 : 30 A . M ., moving o er the rolling waters of the rapid Mersey , in the li ghtest of all airs , and from all points of the compass , and a beauteous morning as ever came from the heavens , as jolly a party of yachtsmen as might be met with in a day s cruise entered the aforesaid Mersey , at the aforesaid hour , on Saturday , tbe 4 th day of June , in the year of our Lord 1853 . Tgn to one , exclaimed one ofthe party , there will not be a race to-day ! I m of the same opinion , quoth a second ; it will be a case of tide-work and a night in the bay , if they do start . Start they will ! affirmed a tliird ; and what is more , for yonr information , I ve sailed many and many a matcL over tbe same Liverpool Course , and I never saw a drifting match yet . Well , W , grinned a merry-faced youth , •I don t know where you expect tha wind to come from . See ! thereaway as from the south ard by the Lancashire shore...

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SP 0 RTIN 8 INTELLIGENCE . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 9 July 1853

SP 0 RTIN 8 INTELLIGENCE . HOME MATTERS . THETURF.. CENTREVILLE COURSE , L . I . K Trotting , Tuesday , June 28 . —The second and deciding contest between Flora Temple and Highland Maid , Flora again victorious . This was a heavy betting race , Hig hland being the favorite at f 100 to $ 80 . After the first heat , Flora was thie favorite at $ 100 to $ 60 . This was an exciting race . After the fourth heat Hig hland was again the favorite at $ 100 to $ 30 . Flora winning the fifth heat , much to the surprise of the knowing ones . In this race , Flora made the quickest heat to wagons on record , making the first heat in 2 minutes 28 seconds , beating Lady Moscow s heat of 2 minntes 31 seconds , over the Hunting Park Course . There was one of the largest attendances on this Couree ever witnessed , and all seemed well pleased with this day s sport ; in fact , it was a day long to be remembered in the annals of trotting . There were a great many from Philadel phia , and all parts of the ...

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