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A Taluable Article . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
A Taluable Article . The many virtues of the Mexican Mustang Liniment havo rendered its use in families indispensable , for there is scarce an ill that flesh is heir to that tho Liniment will not relieve . It is one of tbo most valuable discoveries of the day , and tlie • trifling cost for which it may bo bought is * rendering it one of thb most standard re- ¦¦ medies for afflictions ever known . See ni- 4 vertisement in another column . ••Live and let Live . ** Messrs . Walnut ic Radford , of Brosd . way , opposite St . Paul s church , were tbe gentlemen who served up tho good things on board the Massachusetts during the trip of the New York firemen to New Haven . To judge of the variety , and quality , and quantity of the dishes served up , and of the excellence of tho liquors furnished , Messrs . Walnut Sc Bedford ( though not gainers in a pecuniary point of view , ) sustained their well-known character for liberality and strict business-habits .
That Broadway lee Creanf Salooi * [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
That Broadway lee Creanf Salooi * The latest gag at this concern is thc stationing of police offices at the entrances , &amp; r the purpose , as it would seem , of seeing that visitors did not leave the premises without a paying up . It is an insult to our citiienJ and should be frowned down by the cava munity . What ri ght have our police to b * stationed at Ice Cream Saloons , unless there is a riot anticipated ! Cannot the Chief find better employment for them , or is the cha meter of the house such as to require tb * intervention of the authorities ! If the lat ter , letth * p lace be closed up .
The Contemplated Prize Fight in - California . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
The Contemplated Prize Fight in - California . The long talked of prize fight between ONeal and Yank , was to have taken place in the vicinity of Columbia , on the 10 th of July . The A-aerican Deer . In another part of the Clipper will be found the account of the great race for the champion s bel t and 50 / . The American Deer appropriately celebrated the Anniversary of our Independence , in the successful exertion he made for the prize . at . » Fall Bnsiness . A friend of ours says he saw a drunken man doing a heavy fall business , the other day . a , . m
OM IRISH LETTER—H'Fudd . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
OM IRISH LETTER—HFudd . New Tork , Juli Ateen . Dere Muther , It semes to me that a poor greenhorn iv an Irishman is born to be continyally in trubbel . I niver crass the door-step but what I ixpect to have me branes nocked out iv me , an be carryd home to the Widdy s a ded corps , an widout a stine iv breth me hole body . Thc Widdy sint me to the Washintun market the udder day , to by sum mate an gitabels for the boorders dinner . I wus walkin along , an a lady in frunt iv me . All wanse , she giv a sudden stop , an I , not lookin , bumpt up agin hur , an nerely bruk the nose aff me , by the collishshun . I beg yure pardun mem , sez I ; go lang ye stupid booby , sez she , wid a luk frum hur ise that wud go thrue a stabil door . I dident wate heer any more , but I wus boilin wid vixashun , fur the tratement frum hur , insted hur beggin my pardun fur nerely brakin the nose aff me face , and frum witch thc blud wus runnin like mad . Well , I wint an me way till I got to Barney s musey...
K >[ CARPETDfGS . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
K &gt;[ CARPETDfGS . 1 I TBE-IENOOIJS BARGAINS . MAT THE CELEBRATED LARGEST AND t CHEAPEST C ARPET ESTABLISHMENT [ IN THE UNITED STATES , No . 99 Bowery , New York , HIEAM ANDERSON . EIOHT aricior-f SAI . II Boom—WHOLESALE AND BCTAIL . SALES BOOH Nm . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLE , and handsome assortment of Hare s celebrated English 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 . 6 d . to $ 1 the squars yard of I to 8 yards wide . SALES ROOK Km . 2 . THERE ARE 250 PIECES OF THE CHOICEST , most beautiful and desirable pattern * of English and American Ingrain Carpeting , at unparalleled low prices , from 5 s . to 6 s . 6 d . per yard . Mannfaotured for oar city sales . SALES HOO !*! No . 3 . CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures , imported and manufactured to order , some ...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
TO THE PUBLIC . RADWAT &amp; Co ., the Inventors , Manufacturers and Proprietors of the justly celebrated R . R . R . Remedies , wero the first to discover a Remedy posses ing the Marvelous and Miraculous Power of atop , ping the most Excruciating Pains in an instant , allay , ing the worst Cramps and S pasms either intend or external in a few minutes , and soothing the most severe Paroxysms ofRheumatism , Neuralgia , nndTie Dolor eux , as soon as applied . The R . R . R . Remedies consists of three Remedies , each possessing quick and wonderful power * over certain complaints and diseases , and will instantly—RELIEVE The Human Syttemfrom Pain REGULATE Each Organ to a Healthy Action . RESOLVE Atmy all Diseased Depoiif . RENOVATE The body from all Corrupt Humor * . REBUILD The Weak and Broken Doten Con . ititution * . RESTORE Ta Health , Strength and Vigor aft unsound and worn out part * . , , R R . R . —No . I . RADWAYS READY RELIEF , _ For all Acute Complaints , INTERNAL AN...
191 U 8 EHE ! ITS . -TkeaiTicaI . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
191 U 8 EHE ! ITS . -TkeaiTicaI . THK BBOADWAT . —Owing to tha business now doing at this theatra proving profitable , the manager has re-engaged Mr . and Mra . Williams for another week . THB BowBitr . - —Mr . Eddy b not performing at this house at present , and although nothing extra- is anounced for the week , the audiences have been quite numerous . TUB S T . CUAKLHS . —This theatre will be refitted , and opened in a few weeka bj Mr . Thorne . If properly conducted , there is little doubt , but it will prove remunerative . THB NATIONAL . —The manager of this p lace has been running the play of Uncle Toma Cabin during the past week . The following is rather too much of a gag to be published , but thinking our readers would like to know how these things are managed , we have concluded to insert it : UXCLK TOMS CABIIT . —Tbe question has been asked would it be improper for clergymen and church members to visit the National Theatre during the performance ofi tbis p iece ? Our answer...
A Came of Ninepins ! [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
A Came of Ninepins ! We dont know what to think of tho foi lowing story—it may be true or it maj not , just as a person feels inclined to believe it or doubt it . At any rate tbe fellow must have been a capital player , even if the story isnt true . What do you think of it ? In an imperial city , lately a criminal was condemned to be beheaded , who had a singular itching to play at ninepins . While his sentence was pronouncing he had the temerity to offer a request to be permitted to play once more at his favorite game at the place of execution , and then he said that he should submit without a murmur . As the last prayer of a dying man , his request was granted . When arrived at the solemn spot , he fonnd everything prepared , the pins being set up and the bowl being ready . He played with no little earnestness ; but the sheriff at length , seeing that he showed no inclination to desist , privately ordered the ezcutioner to strike tho blow as he stooped for the bowl . The execution...
> d Talk on Change . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
&gt; d Talk on Change . There was some talk about the threatened rupture between Bussia and Turkey , and tbe question was asked would it affect the price of poultry during the fall . If so , it was hoped the expected war would be averted . It was announced that Bill Killbreath , who was engaged largely in the liquor business , had failed , or in Wall street language , had suspended payment . Much commise- , ration was felt for Bill , as he had always promptly paid up , and it was hoped that his suspension would not continue long . ; The plebeian theatres were talked about , and the hope expressed that the price of peanuts would not be affected by it . It was hoped the gentleman who had commenced hostilities would hold up a little , as the people were not prepared to discuss the point with him . The openingof Degroots Prescott , House was commented on , and inquiry made whether the free blow was satisfactory to the press . Thc great r ~ ce for the Championshi p of England , i...
Tnrkey . —France . —England . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
Tnrkey . —France . —England . The time seems rapidly approaching when the long-looked for European wai shall commence , which is to decide the future princi ples of the nations of the old world . The noble scand taken by Turkey in her refusal to deliver up tho Hungarian leaders , and the present attitude of defence assumed b y her against the gathering armies of Russia , should be sustained by the combined powers of Europe , and the overthrow of the over-grasping Nicholas would speedil y follow . Will the combined powers stand by the Sultan , or will he be left to battle alone with the hordes of practised soldiers that Russia will bring into the field ? It is dilllcult to conjecture . Poland , in her struggle , looked for aid from Europe , but looked in vain—she was left to her fate . All Europe heard her d ying shriek , Nor answered to her call ; Tho Austrian whet his vulture beak , And eager watched her fall ! The Prussian shouted in his glee ! While England—mistress of the free—W...
t , Where ' s Gleason ? ° [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
t , Where s Gleason ? ° in vi at to of u The rush to obtain copies of Barnum s ; , Illustrated News the past week , surpassed anything of the kind ever before heard of n in the newspaper world . The miserable attempt of the Boston Pictorial proprietor a to crush a New York competitor , has re- 1 ( coiled upon himself , and the stand taken by tl the New York public , to show their appre- £ ciation of New York enterprise , should warn all others that any unfair means resorted to t ( by them to impose their Boston notions a . upon us , will meets its due reward . Barnum oi kinder gin out , did he ? Wo rather * think he gin out more papers in one week than Gleason did in two . Where s j Grleason and his Boston advertising sheet cr low ?
m ¦ t » Theatrical Squibs . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
m ¦ t » Theatrical Squibs . Messrs . Skerrett and Anderton , open the Albany Museum for a short season , on tha Sth of August . Mrs . Skerrett is to be one of the company . Messrs . Conway , Davidge , C . Fisher , Vincent , H . B . Philips ; and Mesdames Buckland , Vernon , Conway , Miss Stephens , and Miss Annie Walters , are performing at Montreal . Mr . Lynne , formerly stage manager of Brougham s Lyceum , has returned from New Orleans . Burton is at Glen Cova , Long Island . Forrest is at Cape May , New Jersey . Miss Annie Lonsdale has been playing at Detroit . The Batemen Children are performing at Rochester . Miss Julia Bennett has g iven up the management of the People s Theatre , St . Louis . Miss Eliza Logan , the actress , ha * been offered $ 6 , 000 to play six nights in San Francisco , during next winter . Mr . A . J . Ncafie , the tragedian , is in town at present Sir Wm . Don is at Chicago . Julien and his monsters were to have sailed in the steamer Baltic which left L...
MUSICAL . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
MUSICAL . Castle Oarden Opera . —The audiences continue quite large , and the eompany seem to give some satisfaction , though everything is not in complete working order yet . Niblo s . —Mad . Thillon and her English opera eompany , in the opera of the Bohemian Girl , have drawn crowded heuscs , wbich promise to continue for some time yet . Frazer is not Frazer of ather days , either in figure or voice . Buckley s Serenaders . —Respectable audiences greet these minstrels on eaeh representation . Woo &lt; f s Minstrels . —This always pleasing and talented company continue to fill their beautiful and comfortable hall ni ghtly with delighted auditors . How could it bo otherwise , when they surpass all others , not only in their musical department , but also in the delineation of those negro eccentricities which afford such a fund of amusement to visitors . Go to Wood - if yon want to enjoy yourself . &gt; - ts d y d e &gt;¦ Tht Melodeon . - —Ota old . young frie...
m . m > Take Somethin ? [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
m . m &gt; Take Somethin ? The Sunday press were invited to take a little sumthin , at the expense of the proprietor of the Prescott House , a few days since . Of course the readers of Sunday papers saw tho account of the hotel , and also saw how superior tho interior arrangements were to anything of the kind ever gotten up in this city . The interior arrangements , our readers will understand , mean the bread and butter . Who s the next to feed the press . Hurry up—no time to lose—a good puff for a free blow . m . rn
Sporting News . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
Sporting News . Until the Few Vork Cli pper was started , it was a rare thing to see sporting news published in any of our city papers . _ j 0 tv the case is different—for the patronage bestowed upon the Clipper has awakened up the heretofore sleepy papers to their own interests , and now nearly all of them follow in the wake of the Clipper .
Redpath . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
Redpath . This person is a very convenient cat s paw for the Tribune folks . They are using him at preeent in an endeavor to crush those theatres that do not advertise in the Tribune . The next business they will use him for will be the Liquor traffic . Over the shoulders of Redpath , the cheap porter houses will come in for a share of abuse , and this will be the opening campaign for the next election , when the question will be , Liquor or no liquor . A man that will suffer himself to be used as a go-between is too contemptible to notice , and we are only sorry that we have mentioned him at all . Hereafter we will let his remarks pass unnoticed .
Training . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 30 July 1853
Training . In this number of the CLIPPER we continue the interesting article on training . Johnny Walker , who has been in this city and Philadel phia for a number of years past , sailed for England last week , where be proposes to accept the challenge offered by the champion of light weights . Walker at one time held that honor himself , and he is willing to g ive the present champion an opportunity of proving whether he is doserving of the championship . Heir York against Providence . A committee has been appointed on the part of the Southwark Engine Co ., of this city , to mako a bet with the Providence engine Co ., that received the New Haven prize , that the Southwark will throw a stream of water a greater distance than the Providence engine . The stakes to be from gl . 000 up to $ 5 , 000 aside . This will decide who is honestly entitled to the orize .