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GRAND DINNER [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

GRAND DINNER TO THB I NEW YORK £ RESS . . Opening of a New Porter Home IN BROADWAY . G REAT ENTHUSIASM—GOOD SPEECHES—UNPARALLELED F EED . A new porter house in Broadway has been in coarse of erection for some time past , of which Captain Ton , Brown , formerly ofthe tow-boat Stag , is . the very worthy and intelli gent , proprietor . The building has just been completed , and the Captain wishing to get some / rs < rate notices from the press , gave that much-courted and independent body of gentlemen , a nice dinner , cooked on purpose for them . Five o clock was the hour named for the dinner , but long before that time the dining room was thronged with eager and anxious expectants . At length the tables were filled with rich and choice dishes of almost every article in season . . The following is a copy of tbe bill of fare , as furnishd each member of the press by the worthy host , Tom Brown formerly of the tow-boat Stag : . OPENING OFTHE TAPSC 0 TT HOUSE , DINNER TO THE ...

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' * Pop goes the Weasel . " [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

* Pop goes the Weasel . This will be the cry among the Bowery boys for the next six months to come . Wonder what , it s all about , and wonder , why the weasel got popped . -

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" Thackeray ' s Women . " [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

Thackeray s Women . The Knickerbocker Magazine for August has an article headed , Thackeray s Women : It s rather a curious question for us to ask , but if it is not considered impertinent , we would like to know hotv many women he had .

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?»» The Monster Jullien . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

?»» The Monster Jullien . Look out for the puffs in the different papers about Jullien . The . incidents of his life are gotten up to order for the purpose of gulling the American people . We have had enough of foreign musicians—we should endeavour to encourage American talent ? »» State of the Odds . B y referring to another column , it will be seen that a gentleman of Brooklyn offers to bet $ 5000 to $ 3000 that Sullivan will be defeated by Morrissy inside of 30 rounds . Who takes ?

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^ » w . '— The Mustang Bulletin . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

^ » w . — The Mustang Bulletin . This is the title of a neat little monthl y paper , devoted to the promulgation of the benefits to be derived from the use of that popular medicine , the Mexican MustanoLiniment . Interesting reading matter also forms a portion of the contents of the Bulletin . A . G . Bragg & Co ., of 304 Broadway , are the publishers . ¦» • » : Bull-Fight in France . —A bull-fi ght in the Spanish fashion was given on a recent Sunday , in the arena of Nimes . Nearlv 25 , 000 persons were present ; a large portion of them having cqme . from . Marseilles and the neighboring towns aad villages . Four young bulls of the Camsirgue were successivel y tormented , until they attacked the torreaaores , and there they were , with more or less difficulty , slain , and their bodies were dragged in _ triumph round the arena . The general impression produced on the spectators was a painful one , and the authorities have g iven order that no more bulls shall be kEled i...

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0 FR IRISH LETTER-M'Fadd . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

0 FR IRISH LETTER-MFadd . New York , August the furst . Dere Muther , Fur a pursun that is tired ov livin , I wad advise him to cum here , an fesh hell mete wid evry kind ov a deth that sutes him . If he wauks on the outskurts , where the atmospheer is pure , a blaggard ov a lopher will tap him on the skull wid a bit of led stuck on the end ov a bit ov rope . If he takes a ride on a rale-rode ; the lokeymotive will run away wid him , an aither bump up agin annudder cousin ri g ht forninst it , or ilse tumbel him into tho river from a dhrawbridg . If that kind ov a deth doant plaze him , let him take a sail in a sailboat , an fesh the sail s the very thing will upset him into the wather , whun , if he thinks proper , he kan go rite to tbe bottom , and take up loggins wid the fishes . Or if he doant like that , let him go up the river in a stameboat , an hell aither be blown up strai ght to Heaven , or the bowsprit ov a skuner will inthroduce itself into his berth , widout saying b y ...

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' : -ri ^ rwit'Sportsiaav ^ C J ' T , [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

: -ri ^ rwitSportsiaav ^ C J T , The writer of the U p River letters , in the . Knickerbocker Magazine , is down on the way in which our Fourth of July is celebrated . He says : : Gunpowder will lose all self-respect if it is in the hands of every body . It ought to be confined strictl y in magazines , and let out by safety valves through the muskets of true sportsmen , or of authorized artillerymen , only as need may require , and according to strict license . Notwithstanding the opinion so boldly expressed , the writer of the above was actually engaged for several hours on the eve of the Fourth , in a fruitless endeavor to shoot a p layful little kitten , which he mistook for a pole-cat . He s one of the trite sportsmen , he is . * - . . * . — ¦

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»»» Capital Pnnishment . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

»»» Capital Pnnishment . William Shaw was an upholsterer at Edinburgh in the year 1821 . He had a daughter , Catherine Shaw , who lived with him . She encouraged the addresses of John Lawson , a jeweller , to whom William Shaw declared the most insuperable objections , alleging him to be a profligate young man , addicted to every kind of dissipation . Ha was forbidden the house , but the daughter continuing to see him clandestinel y , the father , on the discovery , kept her strictly confined . William Shaw had for some time pressed his daughter to receive the addresses of a son of Alexander Robinson , a friend and neighbor ; and one evening , being very urgent with her thereon , she peremptoril y refused , declaring she preferred death to being young Robertson s wife . The father grew enraged , and the daughter more positive , so that the most passionate expressions arose on both sides , and the words , barbarity , cruelty and death were frequentl y pronounced by the daughter . At ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

• Vgaq •> £ { Ks-i \ , : •>• . .. ... ¦ ) .:-- - . \ J T ^ fci ^ W ¦ WBllci . ,: c _; . iUbwAT & . Co ., tbe Inventors , Mamnactnrers and • Proprietors ofthe justly Cekbrated R . R . R ,, Rem-, edieo , were the first to discover a Remedy posses ^ ing the Marvelous and Miraculous Power or stopping ihe most Escroc ratiug Pains in an ioitant , allaying the worst Craraps aad Spasms either inters ) or external in a few minutes , and soothing tbe most severe Part ) . xysms orRheurhatism , Neuralgia , aiid Tic Dolorcux , as soon as applied . The R ; Rl-R . Remedies consists of three Remedies , each possessing quickand wonderful powers over certsin complaints and . diseases , and . willinstantly— ; ; . „ ..., ;; RELIEVE The Human Syitem from Pain , REGULATE Each Organ to a Healthy Action . RESOLVE Atcay allDiseasedDepoeilr . ¦ K > - RENOVATE Tkehedy frtm all Ctmipt ¦!¦ ;¦ . -. a- iHumoTs . W REBUILD The Weak and Broken Damn Con-: ttitutions . RES...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

FALSTAFF TAVERN , BT IZZF LAZARUS , No . 4 James Street , Two doors from Chatham St ., NEW YORK . Private Lessons given in the Art of Self-De-fence at any hour of the day . NEW SALOONS AND BAR ROOMS , Wishing something nice in tho way of Pictures , looking Glasses , tfc , can be supplied at the very lowest prices for cash , by calling on ROGERS , 150 FULTON STREET , near Broadway , where they will find a good assortment of every style both antique and modern . TO SPORTSMEN , CALIFORNIANS , AND OTHERS . Alfred Woodham , No . 160 Fulton-Btrret , one door West of Broad wa ,, onosiTE ST . PAUL S CHURCH . Importer and Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is constantly receiving from Manufacturers a full assortment of tho above articles , as well as all articles in the Sporting line , viz : Dram Bottles , Shot Pouches , Percussion Caps , Gun Wadding , < fco ., & c . Colt s Patent Pistols , Fishing Tackle , & c . Sole Agent for Klein s Patent Primers an...

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a Ballooning . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

a Ballooning . Perilous Descent on a Parachute . A Paris correspondent , under date of Jul y 7 , gives tbe following thrilling account of a balloon ascension by two brothers , and the perilous descent of one of them with a parachute : An anxious and terrible half-hour was spent on Sunday by the two GODAKDS , the one in his balloon , and the other in his parachute , underneath . Having attained the altitude of a mile , the point where the connection is usuall y severed , there was discovered to be something wrong about the cordage , and to cut the rope would be to launch the younger brother to certain deathThe older brother let put a cubic foot of gas and they began rapidly to descend . They touched ground in the Avenue ofthe Champs Elysees ; and could not have landed more exactl y in the middle , had it been marked out for them by the compasses . Five hundred carriages were brought to a halt , and two thousand spectators gathered round the disabled ierost . it . It was supposed that...

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«• » — Pigeon Shooting . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

«• » — Pigeon Shooting . WOOD AND YOUNG . —IMPOMANT HATCH VOVL £ 200 A SIDE . —Articles were entered into on the 4 th inst , between Edmund Wood of Manchester , and . Thomas Young of London , the said parties agreeing to shoot two matches at p igeons , for £ 100 a side each match , on the following conditions , namely , eaoh to shoet at 100 pigeons each match , that is to say , 50 pigeons each on 2 consecutive days . The first match to be shot on the 27 th and 28 th days of July next at the Royal Oak Barking-road , near London , and the second match to be shot in or near Manchester , on the 4 th and 5 th days of August next ; 21 yards rise , 80 boundary , shot to be limited to l £ oz ; each to hold the gun as he pleases , , but the p igeons must be shot flying and not on the ground ; each party by himself or substitute . to find and trap birds for the other , and to gather his own birds , by substitute or otherwise , without any assistance to his hands or feet either by sticks or ot...

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mirvnii mil , UMEU [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

mirvnii mil , UMEU . •/ ,. . .. • ! V V 1 . 1 * - f -t . • ^ BsM jnJ ^ 111 , 1 ) RHEO ^ PISM ,. ; NEURALGIA , LUMBAGO , SCIATICA , SALT-RHEUM , TETTER , PILES , SCALD-HEAD , CAKED BREAST , SORE NIPPLES , SORE SHINS , BURNS AND SCALDS , , ULCERS , GOux STIFF JOINTS BRUISES , CUTS , CHAPES , GALLS , ; SPAVIN , SPLENT , RING-BONE , SWENEY , SORES , SCRATCHES , POLL-EVIL . HARD LUMPS OR TUMORS , - : ¦ . AKD ALL KINDS OF Fains or Inflammation , in Man or Beast A FEW TESTIMONIALS . This is ta ssrtiry that the Mexican Mustang Liniment has been used quite extensively in the atabt of Adams & Co . s Great Southern , Eastern and Western Express , for CURING Galls , Clmft Cratches , Sprains , and . Bruises , and it has proved effectual . ^ Many of their men have alsousedit g themselves and their families , and they all speak of its healing and remedial qualities in the higlie terms . One of our hostlers got kicked , and badly cut and bruised on his knee—as usual , the Musiv liniment...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

Continued from 1 st page . a singular bold , bis left arm over the left side of MNulty s neck , whose feoe was of course quite out of bis reach ; here he made many ineffectual attempts to force him over his hip , neither man having a useful hand for hitting . After an exhausting hug both came down , Massey on his beam ends first 16 . The old one seemed rather tired , and sparred a little . Mac made play wtb the left , Massey returned with the . ri ght , just reached his body , and got down . 17 , 18 , and 19 . Mac first from his corner ,-made play with the left , but his hand seemed damaged , and Massey met him resolutely . Mac . caught Massey on the left eyebrow , and on . the cbeek , drawing blood , and Massey retorted on his body and mouth . Massey . either got down or was partially thrown . , 20 , 21 . Massey seemed determined , win or lose , that the battle should not remain on tbe balance . He fought ding-dong with both hands , drove MNulty back in turn , and the . Liverpool l...

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THE lONE INDIA ! [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 6 August 1853

THE lONE INDIA ! i jPowpNTONAMd was the son of a mighty chief . He looked on his tribe with such a ifiery glance , that they calledjiirii the Eagle of the Ilohawks . Bis eye never blinked in ith e sunbeam ; and he leaped along the chase like the untiriog waves , of Niagara . jEyen when a little boy , his tiny arrow would hit the . frisking squirrel in tbe ear , arid bring down tbe humming bird on her rapid wing . He was his father s p ride and joy . He loved to toss him high in his sinewy arms , and shout , Look , Eagle-eye , look ! and see the bi g hunting-grounds of the Mohawks ! Powontonamo will be their chief . The winds will tell his brave deeds . When men speak of him , they will not speak loud ; but as if the Great S p irit hath breathed in thunder . W . The prophecy was fulfilled . When Powontonamo became a man , the fame of his beauty and courage reached the tribes of Illinois ; and even the distant Osage showed bis white teeth with deli ght , when be heard the wild deeds o...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853

sorted to until reactionhas taken place . Many instances haverf occurred in which , where bleeding has beerreffected , men have sunk beyond the reach of restoration—nature wants to be assisted , and not exhausted , and hence gentle stimulants and rest are tbe wiser modes of treatment . . The mind , too , is often deeply affected by defijst and if the man be ta ]& n ffqni tbe ring ^ a state of insensibility , care should be taken not to forewarn him of his misfortune , but to cheer him by every possible device till danger is no ^ Onger to be apprehended . If a foul blow be given , ; or any foul act be committed , the secoM shonld dispassionately make his appeal to his rimpirp , but still attend to bis man as before , until the decision shall be g iverf Itis as much the duty of the umpt ^ a » , the second to take 1 exception to anyTmpr 6 per act ; boisterous interference on the part of the latter therefore is unnecessary , and bis principal may be suffering from his neglec...

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- — -- ¦ " ¦ • SJP Duties of Umpires and Referees * [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853

- — -- ¦ ¦ • SJP Duties of Umpires and Referees * In the selection of umpires care should be token that they are persons perfectly acquainted with the rules af the King , and competent judges of the scene which is presented to them . As they will no doubt be chosen from the friends of each man , the presumption is that they will feel and act as partisans ; but , as honourable men , they should avoid all captious objections , and while they strictly watch the progress of the fight , abstain from intemperate expressions of their own feeling , a decorum bnt too frequently forgotten . They should be strict in calliog time , and in all respects attend to the observance of the rules , uninfluenced by anything but their own sense of duty . Should they disagree they shonld at once appeal to the referee , and without hesitation submit to his decision . By a strict adherence to this advice , much confusion and loss of time may be avoided . All appeals to the umpires except by the seconds are ...

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THE KING [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853

THE KING Tbe Cbaaptonskip . We have received visits from both the claimants to the title of champion , but as yet nothing has been done . The Slasher dec lined attending at Mr . Le ger s , on Wednes- | day , according to Broome s challenge , on the ground thatBroome did not keep his appointment the previous week . Broome declines covering the £ 50 staked by the Slasher , because the time would not suit him . Each declares that tbe other does not mean fighting . It strikes us very forcibly that neither imeanes ib usiness . . £ 50 remains in our hands staked by the Slasher to fight at . Broome s own time ; but this Broome has not covered . He has however staked £ 10 , and states that if the Slasher will meethim at our office at twelve o clock on Wednesday next ; he will make a match , and that he is willing to forfeit this jElO if he does not appear at the appointed time , provided that the Slasher will also agree to forfeit £ 10 if he is not present . • It strikes us very forcibly th...

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Fife aa « firm Mafcfe . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 13 August 1853

Fife aa « firm Mafcfe . JULY 4 tb . The day was as fine as could be desired and on this occasion a contest , which deserves more than ordinary notice , was fixed for decision , but our space will sot permit us to give more tban a brief notice of themu-i sical treats which were listened to by at least 12 , 000 persons . ; - ; It appears ^ that , aome yean since , Mr . Jenpison knowing that many youths liviri gin towns and villages Had formed themselves into bands for improvement in music , determined to give prizes to be com-.-peted for . This year the sum : of £ 10 was given , the entry for each band being- 10 s . each . Ei ght bands contended ,, and tbe judges awarded the . prize *; as follows :-- fyret St Mary s flute and dram band , Pjeston ( 20 peiforinera ); Y / :- the second : w « awarded to tbe Preston Temperance ( 26 in number ! , 3 / . 10 s . ; tbe third to the Oldham Borough , value 2 / . ; and the 4 th to tbe J Aah-ton-under-Iiyne band of Hb pe , tc-1 / . The town , which...

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