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*— -1 . If ho got Bribed ? [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

*— -1 . If ho got Bribed ? lhere is a gre . tt deal of talk just now among newspaper folks as to the report ot $ 15 , 000 having becn paid by tho agent of , Madame Sontag to secure favorable notices from the Ncw York press . Nobody don t know nothin about it , it appears—not even the Sunday press Happy Family . It is all very well to deny any knowledge of tlio bribe , but people will form their own opinion of this matter ; and it seems to be the general opinion about town , that the daily and Sunday press have absorbed a g . oil round sum of Mad . Sontag s money ! It is what we havo been telling tbe public for a long timo past , that these puffs of fow-igu at lists were all bought nnd paid for . Jiut so it is at present as regards thc Julien ga ;_ . His life , incidents in his life , all sortS of curious and very improbable stories , have been copied from foreign journals into the daily or Sunday journals of New York . For not bing , think yon ? Oh , no—they were woll paid for , and...

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The Firemen—Where ' s the GaspeeT [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

The Firemen—Where s the GaspeeT Wo have heard nothing of late from the Gaspeej Tho Southwards challenge has not yet been accepted by the G-aspee as far as tho amount of money is concerned . We shall inquire into the matter further . Tiie proposed meeting of firemen nt Providence for the trial of their engines , has been postponed until thc 15 th inst . We hope somo of our New York companies will represent tho Fire Department on the occasion . A tire company from Albany will visit our city next week . We hope a good escort will be got up to receive them . Hope Engine Company , No . 31 , we have becn informed , intend visiting the city of Philadephia in a short time . Moyamensing Hose Company , of Philadelphia , contemplate making an excursion to New York at tha close of the present or beginning of the next month .

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FufTed Pp . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

FufTed Pp . The Daily Times pretended to be dreadful angry a few days since , because it had been intimated that a considerable sum of money had been paid that journal by the agent of Madame Sontag , in consideration of certain flattering articles inserted in the Times on beh . ilf bf that lady . We . ce no reason for any outcry in the matter , for the Times , as well as other journals , get well paid for all their puffs . All those laudatory notices , incidents , & c ., which have been so profusely circulated among the citizens of New York , through the means of the daily and Sunday press , are regularly paid for by Julien s agent . Many of those notices were manufactured in England to suit the people there , and as they wero successful in hum-, bugging the bulls , it is hoped they will be equally successful in deluding the Americans . Look out for plenty of these paid for puffs in the next issue ofthe Sunday pross . They , do the thing a little cheaper than the dailies...

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OUB IRISH LETTER . —From M'Fodd ' s Mother . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

OUB IRISH LETTER . —From MFodd s Mother . Kilmacitddy , Aught ISteen . Dear Shamus , Me own darlint boy , i hav bene a goin to rite tu yu fur a long time , but me spectakuls had the winders bruk out uv thim , and I had tu wate till i got thim home frum Shakin Sam s , the tinker , whare- they wurgettis minded . in throtb , thin , me frolicksum boy , but it s a fine time yure bavin uv it , you and the widder Casey together . Peggy s not half plazed wid yure tretement uv hur , aftur aul yure promises to sind fur aud marry hur long ago . Shetills rae tu inform yu that ef yu doant sune du what you feed yu wud , shell pitch yu and the widdy to the devil together . So Iuk out , me fine chap , and du yure dooty by the dascint girl . Now , Shamus , avick , whin are yu goin to sind fur yure poor ould mother ? I want lu go tu Ameriky , to see aul the fine sights you rote about . I doant kere so much about yure Crestal Pallis , fur havent we wan in this country that will bate yure s all to bits...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

TO TBB NBLIC , : TUVWAVA Co ., the Inventor ., Mannftcttn-man Proprietor * of the justly celebrated R . R . R . Remedies , were the fin * to discover a Remedy poeaef ing th * Marvdoaa and Miraoalooa Power of Mopping the most Excrodating Paina in an inatant , alkying the worn Cramps and Spasms either intent or external in a few minute * , and soothing the mea Mitre Paroxysm * of Rheomatism , Ne . ii * algia , andIV Dolceeux , as aoon aa applied . The R . ft . R . Remedies consists of three Remedies , each poaseeaing quick and wonderful powen over certain complaint * and . do-ease * , and will instantly—RELIEVE m . The Hitmen Sy tttm fram Pain REGULATE Each Organ te a Healthy Actttn . RESOLVE Away mlt Dittated Deposit * . RENOVATE Tie body frem all Corrupt Humort . REBUILD Tkt Weak and Brtken Dean Cam . ttittttiont . RESTORE Te Health , Strength and Viger tU unsound and want ont part * . R R . R— No . 1 . RADWAYS READY RELIEF , For all Acnte Complaints , INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL . The mo...

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Fuiy Fan Departaent [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

Fuiy Fan Departaent wo . TI . , ; . tka LONELY BBtDX . • Calm and serene was the night , and calm and lovely was that yonng and blooming bride , who anxiously awaited the retnrn of her gay and thoughtless husband . Thrice had she fancied she heard his quick and stately tread , aud thrice had she oped the door to welcome his return . Yet it was not he . The quiet and deserted streets gave the word of promise to her ear , but broke it tb her hope . The moon shed its sof t and silvery li ght o er the beautiful red hair of that lovel y girl , and afforded a grand and mi ghty contrast to the dim light of Salvis twopenny dip I Still that faithful and devoted bride wearied not , * while the smal hours of the morning were winging their way with lightning speed—not a sound could be heard save the fluttering of that fond and loving heart , whose throbbing * grew louder and stronger as the hours sped from time to eternity . No sound of murmuring had yet escaped her beauteous lips—no patting of...

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AMUSEMENTS [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

AMUSEMENTS THEATRICAI * St . Charles Tbeatre . This neat Uttle establishment is rapidly gaining in public favor , and promises to become a great place of resort with onr paying-going citizens on the eastern side of town . This is as it should be . Mr . Thorne , since he assumed the reins of government , has devoted his time and energies to place his theatre on a firm and solid foundation , and to obtain fbr it a good reputation . We think , thus far , his efforts have been successful , and it only requires perseverance and attention to business to make that success permanent . A new play has just been produced , called Bobert Emmett , founded on events in the history of Ireland . Bowery Tbeatre . Mr . Gooda !! has heen playing an engagement at this theatre , previous to his departure for the Western theatres . The audiences continue to ¦ crowd tbe houses ni ghtly . The drama of the Drunkard bas been revived , and receives well-merited approbation for the manner in which it is perfor...

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— — — Tha Asm of imDrorements . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

— — — Tha Asm of imDrorements . - . a- -- . t The last ten yeirs have brought to light several inventions which have been of vast benefit to the human family . And even now , almost every day , new inventions are brought to light which , though simple in themselves , tend to confer groat advantages tijion those , who take an interest in them ; Ilie recent invention of Messrs . Rafferty and Leas ! , of No . SO Chatham-street , and corner of Chat ham and Pearl , by whiclf damierreotypo likenesses are made to form a part of the ornamental as well as useful portion of the hats manufactured by them , is another evidence of the rage for improvements now so prevalent with our people . » lhe hats manufactured by tho firm above-mentioned , with tho daguerre . in embellishments , are now becoming Tnore sough t . • ifter than any other hats manufactured in New York . The new Fall fashion just i-sued at the above establishments is both neat mid attractive , and cannot fail to become exceedingly...

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One of ' en . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

One of en . The following is an extract from an advertisement in the Sun of Tuesday last :. A good panorama view for sale , which any young man can mako a good living , the reason of selling off is that he is bound for Europe , all in good working order . If he is bound for Europe we have no doubt he will be in good working order after he gets on the broad Atlantic .

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MUSICAL . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

MUSICAL . Castle Garden . JUIAIEN S CONCERTS . The first of these took place on Monday evening ; and if that is to be taken as a sample , we think Mr . Jullien will not take away with him a very large amount of American gold . There were not 3 , 000 persons in the building , and perhaps not quite 2 , 500 who paid for their tickets . With the immense expense attending these concerts , it will require larger cash receipts to make the speculation pay . An effort will be made to fill the house in some way , if the tickets have to be given away , which was the case oh Monday and Tuesday evenings . The daily and Sunday press will be called into requisition to get np a fresh excitement ; but the people , the masses , for whose gratification and amusement these foreign adventurers and speculators decided to visit this country , are satisfied that fifty cents for each ticket is not the price for them . The Crystal Palace directors mado the same mistake , and thus far but few of the working p...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

v ~ ^ ^ :. ^ r ; l _ l ^ o _ _ Br ¦ : ¦^ MflSTMG LOIMBNt : This article has been thoroughly introduced , ani is now -universally nsed , throughout the entut Union , British . Province * , Canada , Bermudas , and West India Islands , and ita power and influence it last becoming felt , wherever civilisation bas obtained a foothold . Its mild and soothing influence Mpon diseased parts—effectually cusmo in all eases —virtues so diametrically opposed to all other medicines of the kind nsed—has obtained for it its world-wide reputation . RHEUMATISM . .. of years standing , has been totally eradicated from the system , giving the limbs all their pristine vigor and activity . Its power to conquer this dreadful affliction alone makes it invaluable ; but there are many other diseases considered equally incurable , and almost as distressing , that are entirely dispelled under the magical influence of the MUSTANG LINIMENT . An exxperience of five years enables ns to assert with confidence , tha...

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Elora Temple and tbe New Orleans Sufferers * [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

Elora Temple and tbe New Orleans Sufferers * The owner of Flora Temple btfc offered to match his celebrated trotter , the proceeds of the race to be forwarded to tbe sufferers by the yellow fever at New Orleans . The proprietor of the Union race course has granted the use of the course free .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

7 ; CASFEHmOS . am—me * ^ —_—— , , ¦ m , y TKEn _ NIM > . CS BABCAINS . AT THE CELEBRATED LARGEST AKD CHEAPEST CARPET ESTABLISHMENT IN THE UNITED STATES , No . W Bowery , New York , HIRAM ANDERSON . Eton * tTAciova Site * Room—Wnomui tm ¦ - ¦¦ . RrrAit . SALES ROOM No . 1 . CONTAINS THE MOST EXTENSIVE , FASHIONABLE , and handsome assortment of Hares celebrated English and American Floor Oil Cloths , of the newest style , satin finish , marble , Italian , fresco , nnd scroll paintings , ever offered in this city , from 2 s . 6 d . to 91 the sqnai-e-fard of I to 8 yards wide . SALES ROOm No . 2 . THERE ARE 250 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 n > r onr city soles . SALES ROOiU NO . 3 , CONTAINS 300 PIECES OF ENGLISH AND American Imperial Three Ply Carpeting , of magnificent Scroll and Gothic figures , imported an...

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

STATE OF NEW TORK , SECRETARY S OPFCE , Albany , August 18 , 1853 . TO THE SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK . Sir : —Notice is hereb y given thnt at the General Election to be held in this Stale on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of November next , the following officers are to be elected , to wit : A Secretary of State in the place of Henry S . Randall . A Comptroller in the place of John C . Wright ; An Attorney General in the place of Levi S . Chatfield . A State Engineer and Surveyor , in tho place of William J . McAlpine . A State Treasurer , in the place of Benjamin Welch , Junior . A Canal Commissioner in the place of John C . Mather . A State Prisoner Inspector , in the place of William P . Angel . Two Judges of tbe Court of Appeals—one in the place of Charles H . Buggies , and one in the place of Hiram Denia , appointed to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Freeborn G . Jewitt . A Clerk of the Court of A ppeals in the place of Charles S . Benton . Al...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

FALSTAFF TAVERN , BT IZZY LAZARUS , No . 4 James Street , Two doors from Chatham St ., NEW YORK . Private Lessons given in thc Art of Self-De-fence at npy hour of tho day . NEW SALOONS AND BAR ROOMS , Wishing something nice in the way of Pictures , Looking Classes , Kc , can be supplied at the very lowest prices for cash , by calling on ROGERS , 180 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 . ICO Fulton-street , one door West of Uroadna :, OPFOSITE ST . tAVL a ClIVKCll . Importer aiid Dealer in Guns , Pistols and Cutlery , is constantly 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 , Gnn Wadding , & c , & c . Colts Patent Pistols , Fishing Tackle , & o . Sole Agent for • Klein s Patent Primers a...

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THE TURF [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

THE TURF matcb between Eajrllah abd Arab Hareee ta Alexaadrla . Mr . EDITOB : In a fonner letter I made you acquainted with the result of a match which had be en ron in Alexandria , between a three parts bred marei . b y Touchstone , and two Arab horaea , three miles across a pretty rough sort of country , and I then bad the pleasare of informing yoa that the mare gave tho Arabs a pretty considerable licking ; I now have to inform you and your readers , who . are interested in the respective merits of the two breeds of horses , whether as to speed , bottom , or both , that Mr . Smart , the owner of the mare called Towers , has concluded a match , to come off on the 10 th proximo , with Haleera Pasha ( a son of the late Mehemet Ali ) , to run her against his best Arab / ourteen miles , for a considerable stake ; the courae to be 14 times round the circle of a mile , level ground , and not rough It was first intended to have been the run from Aboukir , the scene of the famous battle o...

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** , -m ** The Arabian Horse . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

** , -m ** The Arabian Horse . A most moving incident , illustrative of the extraordinary strength as well as attachment of tbe Arab horses , is given by Laraartine in his beautiful Travels in the East : — ** An Arab chief , with his tribe , had attacked , in the night , a Caravan of Damas s , aud plundered it : when loaded with their spoil , however , the robbers were overtaken on their return b y soma horsemen of the Pacha of Acre , who killed several , and bound tbe remainder with cords . In this state of bondage they brought one of the prisoners , named Abou el Marek , to Acre , and laid him , bound hand and foot , wounded as he was , at the entrance to their tent , as they slept during the nig ht . Kept awake by tbe pain of his wounds , the Arab heard his horse s neigh at a little distance , and being desirous to stroke , for the last time , tbe companion of his life , he dragged himself , bound as he was , to the horse , which was picketed at a little distance . Poor friend , ...

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Extraordinary Feat—Jonping from a Balloon on the 20 th Jnly , at Paris . [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

Extraordinary Feat—Jonping from a Balloon on the 20 th Jnly , at Paris . The feat of jumping from a balloon—the jumper sustained b y an Indian rubber ro pe - was dul y performed at Paris , on the 28 th of July . Itwas the most stupendous exhibition of daring and address that the Parisians have yet been permitted to witness . From one side ofthe car ofthe balloon hung the Indian rubber cord , descending 150 feet and then returning and being fastened to tho other side of the car . It thus formed a strong loop . The athlete was dressed as Mercury . His bod y , from the neck to the small of his back , was enclosed iu a framework which enabled him to endure the suspension without wrenching or dislocation . The rope passed through an eyelet in the middle of the back , placed so that he was held in perfect equilibrium . When the balloon had reached an altitude double that of the supposed elasticity of the cord , the voltigeur appeared on the edge of the car , looked over , shut his eyes , ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — New York Clipper — 3 September 1853

A Balm for erery Wound , a Quire ; fbr every Ul . »> RHEUMATISM , NEURALGIA , LUMBAGO , - SCIATICA , SALT-RHEUM , TETTER , PILES , SCALD-HEAD , CAKED BREAST , SORE NIPPLES , SORE SHINS , BURNS AND SCALDS , ULCERS , GOUT STIFF JOINTS BRUIS ES , CWTS , CHAFES , GALLS , SPAYIN , SPLEN T , RING-BONE , SWENET , SORES , SCRATCHES , POLL-EVIL ¦— ., - .:. -fM v ** : •¦ HARD LUMPS OR TUMORS ; AND ALL KINDS . OF Puns or Inflammation , in Man or Beast * A FEW TESTIMONIALS . Tbls is ta certify tbat the Mexican Mustang Liniment bas been used quits extensivel y in the siabta ot Adams & Ca . * Great Southern , Eastern and Western Express , for CURING Galls CWa Scratches , Sprains , and Bruises , and it has proved effectual . Manv of their men hav * alao used j t 5 themselves aud their families , and they all speak of its healing and remedial qualities ia tbe higiiett terms . On * of oar hostlers got kicked , and badly cut and bruised on his knee—as usual , tlie Miami Linimen...

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