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The Visiting Firemen . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
The Visiting Firemen . A Washington fire company arrived in our city on Monday evening la- * t , on a visit to the Crystal Palace , and for the purpose of seeing the elephant as it is inNew York . No 14 Engine is doing the honors , and we have no doubt the Wsahihgtohians will be well taken care , of . We do hope for . the honor of our city , as well as . for that of bur firemen , that the press , the independent pres .- &gt; , : as it is called , will not , after the departure of the visitors , count the cost of reception , and parade it in their columns . It looks bad ; it makes strangers think we are fond of letting the world know how much money we should have had in our pockets if the said fire company had staid where they belonged . It was said on a recent-occasi on , that these firemen s visits to New Yorkr were becoming too frequent ; It should also , have been mentioned tiiatotir own firemen . visit other cities fully as often as strange firemen visit us . It is nothi...
Ilie Bot Week in Angast . _ . _ [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
Ilie Bot Week in Angast . _ . _ The intense heat of the pat week will long be remembered * by those who enjoyed it ; and the many-suddendeaths from its effects will be recounted in after years ^ by persons who , at one time , considered themselves : . Unused to the melting mood , , but whose experience of the past week has satisfied them thnt their participation : in the universal scalding was a suffering , fromw bote burn they were in a great hurry to return . ;
i Trotting Horse or a Jackas & [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
i Trotting Horse or a Jackas &amp; , Mer Albany . TrMrapt ^ - ^ a young man of about twenty-foiir yeata of age wat last evening brought tothe second district station house , and confined therein for his lingular conduct in the streets ! Upon being interrogated by the officer in UtehdanCe , to ascertain whether he was : •: ¦ ¦ ,: !; -rj .-r-Oir l / i : o . r- ¦ r •. - &lt; . i r : * -r .,,. ¦ - •:. , sana or craxyj he told , the official , iu answer 1 ro a question put to . him . concerning , the cause of his singular conduct , that he was ither a trotting horse or a jackas ? , arid it iiizzled him greatly to determine which of the two specimens . of the quadruped he . belonged to . But ; said he , if people would iot time me when ( go through the streets , ind , say he s a trottter , fsbould nt let out —should nt show them my time . VVhy . - do you know that I am entered for the next trot at Saratoga Springs , going to a sulki-y ; hest three in five , and I aint in n...
The Bono ExttWUoa at ^ ring * ili ( ^ ' ^ _^^ - ~ ' - [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
The Bono ExttWUoa at ^ ring * ili ( ^ ^ _^^ - ~ - We stated a few weeks since tliat it jwas in contemplation to have a great show of horseaat S pnng ^ eld , Maw ., iu September Inext J f / y . :. ; ; , . ; n , ;;) . J- x tf . No private interests or prejudices , are at , the bottom of the idea ; it is the birth of an intelligent and enthusiastic pride , in that noblest , of all domestic animals—tbe Hpree . —rand a desire to get-together— what ni-ver has been got together—a grand collection ofthe various breedsand . s uperiorspecithens of the Horse in all parts of the Norrh . Out of it would flow many pratrtic . il , advantHges to all parties ; valuable information would be gained and exchanged , breeds would b * improved , and a greater and a higher interest Would Ko developed , fur the Horse and bis usefulness . : And to bow many , thousands of * people everywhere would not such an exhibition prove attractive ? Enthusiasm , rivalry and curiosity would swell the collection ,-both of...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
SULLIVAN HOUSE , fiV 82 Chirthsin-st O Thr best of Ales , Wines , Liquors , &amp; o , always ¦ on baud .- . : ¦ ¦ . ; , JAMES SULLIVAN , Proprietor . , BOWKRYLITER . ARY E . MPORIUM . 7 Tbijt old- established •turn ) , the Bowitar Newt Hut ( 177 Bowery , near IK-Iano )) , •ullomiitio * -. to supply all ihe Sunday , Weekly , and Daily p * . ; pera , a * soon us pubhr-bed ; -also , the Magazines and Cheap Publicatona , soon aa out i together with a general a . ** sortm nt of Blank Books and Station * ery . Harpers will not be aold aicom , ( in imitation of several . : busy BV . ahout town ) , but at ihe Mdfiei « fitly low prie * •f ,. ll- &gt;} . cetilk . ilayaof ihe Stan / lard and Minor Dramas coiisianllr ou hrnd : ; MEDICAL DISPEJISARr , : . ; ., Ettabluhtd in 1832 Jb v Dr . GeJg , Vf . Bond , in Orchard Street , New York , . .- . , ¦ •r ttaa Currn mt yrmeremiOaaamme im ¦ •;, ! .- ¦ •&lt;! ita rurcaa . . If yon are nnfortahate , and want t &gt; b ^ !...
D j" ? * :- . l .-CA ^ ETpG & ni' ' i ' ijja' J-J [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
D j ? * :- . l .-CA ^ ETpG &amp; ni i ijja J-J TB £ iEHmVsiUB « An ^ -:,: w : AT ^ THtD CKLSBRATKD ; L-tRGEST Atfb 7 CHEAPKSi . CAKPIjrr KSTABUSUMKNT IN THK UNITBO 6 TATKS , No . M Bow- : « y ,-NewYorki-A . . ., u .: f . ., ; , -- . , . , . ! i Uit BAM i : Nl ) ERS ON . Bie ar aracioos Sauta . Rootta—WuoMeaaijs aaa ! . . ¦ . r - . : yx . , lr . BT * u .:. ¦ -., . , . ,- SALE ** BOO . n !••. 1 . GOXTAINS TJ 1 B MOST EXTBXSWB FASHION A IU . K , and lmnd * Mne aiwinment uf Hare s c-elebnitt-d . Kijflish aud American Klitor tlil Qtiths . of the newest itlyle . natin finish , marble . Italian , freauo . und servll paintingH , ever &lt; itH * rt &lt; l iii thiaeity . frtiin Se . ( JJ . tw $ 1 the aqture yard of 1 tot ) yard * wide ., .. . . WALES Boon xm . e . THERB ARE -2 St &gt; P . KUKS . OK TUB CllOl-r UEST . mtiet beautiful and &lt; te » irible ( Kitteriiii of Englwh ahd * Ariieriean liifrrain Cirpeiin ^ , at un * . pamleled ki * prices , frrnn...
f vi Vf ' ^ r ^ w ^ ffl ^ % ¦ # ¦'¦¦ '•: [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
f vi Vf ^ r ^ w ^ ffl ^ % ¦ # ¦¦¦ •: AWWHtB iMPOsltlpJI - AX lTBaH » PDVE 0 Ma : - * J $$ 7 i . J . i , J . f y Jl li i . i . iaTil . Caprecedeated Attractloa . TM OWElTiST TBOTTLNO MATCH OJf ; &gt;^?rJSd^f&gt;r LADY ; SUFFOLK AND MAC . HIPPCOROME COURSE . . .- Fi . d » yEtrening , Ang . l 3 . . • .... For some time past it had been announcv &amp; , 7 that those- celebrated trotting horses , - ^ and ; Lady ^ Suffolk , would try their speed atthe Hi ppodrome , on Friday evening , August 12 , At the appointed time , a goodly company had assembled to witness the race , as they had nodoubt whatever that a genuine raoe was intended . Everybod y was anxious for the appearance ofth horses , and when at last they mads their appear . tnce in the ring , the enthusiasm of the audience was wound up to the hi g hest I pitch . Money was put up by different per-1 son * that ^ Mac would win ; other * again hm ) more confidence ib the Lady ; in fact , tht betting was carried ...
Well done , New York . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
Well done , New York . The voice of suffering humanity has again asked for aid from New Yoik , and right , nobly has she responded to the cill . Over 120 , 000 were raised in a few days for the relief of the inhabitants of New Orleans , whicb city has suffered so severel y ¦ from the ravages of the yellow fever . When theres work to be done for thc asMstance of cities afflicted by famine or pestilence , New York is always ready , and , her pride is to succor the needy . Let those who envy her citizens tho distinction of b &gt; ing the most enterprising in the world , profit by her example , •, ¦ ¦
Counting the Beans . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
Counting the Beans . A correspondent of the Herald , writing from Newport , says that there is a scarcity of beans at th .-tt once celebrated wa-tering-place . This is not to be wondered at . When pork and beans * were first brought to the notice of the public tbrough the commendable zeal of the gallant Mose , beans became at onoe a leading dish at our feoffee and cake saloons ; and at that time . Mose advised the keepers of those establishments not to stop to count a bean . Now that the di-h has been . introduced to the notice of fashionables at our summer resorts , the demand has more than overbalanced the supply . ; consequently tho correspondent of the Herald : at Newport , in anticipation of a famine , has comm : need to count the beans . It is also said that the beaux are equally scarce .
-. . . . ¦ X . . 25 Cents admission to the Palace . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
-. . . . ¦ X . . 25 Cents admission to the Palace . Much has been said about reducing the price of admission to the Palace to 25 cents , but the Directors , in their own wisdom , still refuse to accede to the wishes of the people , and the consequence is that the stubbornness of those Directors will finish what il has already b &lt; -gun—the ruination of the New Tork Crystal Palace speculation . For the credit of the city , we sincerely hope something may be none before it is too late . What bas become of President Sedgwick ? We have heard little of him since that great dinner to which the Sunday press received no invitation . We fear that v and the . celebrated black-mail -speech together , havetent the President ofthe New ITork Crystal Palace Association into private life once more . What a pity !
* . a The Happy Family . .. ' ,. [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
* . a The Happy Family . .. ,. FROORSSS cr TUB QUARSEb . r It being the duty of . the Sunday Dispatch . to say a few words in reply to the Sunday Courier , thnt journal contained a few r . maiks lust Sabbath regarding the progress of events , in which it takes occasion to say , that it does not belong to tbe * Happy Family of the Sunday press ; tbat it : is an outsider , and so on , and so forth . The Courier mu-t come up to the scratch on the next Sabbith , toe the mark , and satisfy its . readers and the public regarding the ori ginality of ; that st-try . We should be pleased to have tlie Courier answer the following questions : —Is Dor -: cas the , Dressmaker really , Dorcas the Dressmaker ; oris Doro is merely a counterpart of Ruth a book published a long time sgo ? Wasnt it a slight mistake in announcing Dorcas as ; having been written ; expressly for the Sunday Courier ? Wouldnt it be best to own up at onoe , and ihns stop all further investigation ? Would nt it be advisable ...
¦ Ta Vodertaken . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
¦ Ta Vodertaken . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ „•¦¦ ¦ Hdrictvy : Proposals will be received , at the offices pf the different Railroad Companies in this city , for furnishing a complete , expeditious , and well-qual fied body of nndenakers , with all the neces-ary articles used in their branch of business to accompany each railroad train leaving the city . : Specifications . - . must state the price of eoffins by the hundred , ai a large quantity will be required to be kept constantly oh each train , so as to be used without a moment s warning . , That no danger may accrue to undertakers , in tbe performance of the perilous duties required of them , they will be kept constantly by the side of the Conductor , that -body of blameless imiinJuala being slone acquainted with , tbe eertaio m . « de of escaping danger . • ¦ Those desirous of entering into the pmposed engogement will aend m proposals without dels v . J
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
FALSTAFF XAVKRiV , BF IZZY LAZVRIIS , No , 4 James Street , Two doors from Chatham St ., NEW YORK : Private Lessons given in the Art of- Self * Defence ut any hour of-thedny . NEW SALOONS AND BAR ROOMS , , • Wishing something nice in the way uf Pictures , Looking Glaaaim , tte , can be . t-applied at the very lowett prices for caab . r by calling ou ROGERS , 180 FULTON STREET , nenr Bnmilwiiy , tthi-re they will find a g -od ai sormifiit of tyery style both antique and modt-rn . TO SPORTSM EN , CAL IFORNIANS ^ AND OTHERS . Alfred IT oo dham , Jtm . 100 rnl ( on-t » r- &lt;•( . on « 4 toav treat of Bromliia , otnmrrti * ar . riutV ciiuncn . I tmporier and Deiiler in Guns , Piatiilxani ) Cutrery , is constantly receiving frVim , . MaiiiifaCtiirt rs a : full anortment of- the above urticlii * , aa well ua all artielea in the Sportinft . line , viz : Dram Moltlea , * - &gt; h « t Poucliea , Peroiuaijjn Capa . tiuu Wa &lt; l . liug ; &amp; c ., &am...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
ROSS ft JONES ¦ • •¦ No . 21 Ann Street . General Agmts for supplying the city and country with Daily und Weekly Newspapers , cheap Hooks and Magazines , Take great pleasure in giving notice that they have nftw completed tlieir arrangements with the I ubtihhers for filling the orders of their cuilotnent at least one day in advance of any other house in this city . . -.-: .- ; -.- All the Morning papers are s » nt by ths early train on the morning of tbeir publication , and by dim arrangement with the numerous Rail Road and -tenniboat lines , we are enabled to pack cheap publications 4 c , in the same-bundle , sii that our pairons not only secure their orders in advance , but at the same lime save the expense of freight on the extra packages of Books and Maeaziiies . Now all of you Country Dealers who are bothered almost to death by the 1 ,-itenens and irregularis * of your bundles , send on the Cash iind give the Wnrking Firm atrial , and \ ou will have no cause HI future lo complai...
*________a ___________________ B _ MiMtS Royal Merwy Yacht Ciuh Bfcgttta . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 20 August 1853
*________a ___________________ B _ MiMtS Royal Merwy Yacht Ciuh Bfcgttta . Many ^ i timB , aWd 6 ft Have we bad the p leasure of recording the proceedings at this tliorough-goingyachtclubj bnt Monday and Tuesday , the 18 th and 19 th of Jnly , commenced a new era in its annals . ; never were better arrangements made by a committee for a , regatta , or never were arrangements better carried out than b y the gallant Commodore Littledale , the indefatigable Bear-Commodore Grindrod , and the ct ^ rteoua and attentive secretary Mr . Melling ; to render , individual justice , such as they deserved to the exertions of the cup-bearer Mr . Fletcher , the treasurer Mr . Kay , the stewards , and general members of the committee qjTinanagement , wtrald occupy considerable space , and the pressure of sporting new * prevents us going so much into detau as we could wish . : We must , therefore , at present briefl y state the results of the two days sailing , ice . THE GRAND CHALLENGE CUP . . On MO...