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coent Little Beings
Two Artive, spright
ONE A YOUNG MAN ABOUT 20 YEARS OF AGE,
$34 inches in height weighing 90 pounds.
294 inches in height, weighing caly 17 pounds. THE OTHER A YOUNG LADY 11 OR 12 YEARS OF AGE,
CAN BE SEEN AT THE CORNER OF BROADWAY & LEONARD STS.
FOR A MONTH OR TWO, Where they have already been exhibited to Crowds of Visitors for Three or Four Months !
They were taken from the newly discovered and IDOLATROUS CITY OF IXIMAIA, IN CENTRAL AMERICA, where they have been kept with superstitious veneration, distinct and secluded, as a Custe of thoir Priesthood, and employed as mimes and bacchanals in their pagan ceremonies and worship.
NO ADEQUATE DESCRIPTION CAN BE GIVEN OF THEM! For the reason that they are unlike any thing but themselves. They are absolutely a Ner and Uninie Rrce of Mankind, a most Extraurdinary and Inexplicable Phenomena, such as never have been seen by Civilized Nations.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS. . . CHILDREN HALF PRICE.
The Annual Washington Birth-day Ball
DANCING CLASSES OF WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION I MR. WHALE AND DAUGHTER RESPECTFULLY
1 announce that their Classes will commence for the W ILL be held at “METROPOLITAN HALL," on
season, at Gothic Hall, Brooklyn, October 18th, at ConstiVY MONDAY EVENING, February 23.
tution Hall, 650 Broadway, 14th; and at the New Rooms, The Association desire to remind their friends that the
Eighth avenue, corner of Twenty-fifth street, 15th. LesTickets are limited, and under no consideration will
sons given in Waltzing, Schottisch, Polka, &c., and also the money be taken or tickets sold at the door on the night of
new dances La Gorletza, La Tempête, and other Dances, at the Ball. Thus no efforts will be spared by the Associa
the Private Academy, No. 66 Sixth avenue, where all intion to insure the comfort and pleasure of their friends, 1
formation will be given. and render this the most Elegant Ball of their series.
For further particulars, see Circular, to be had as above. There are but a very few tickets remaining unsold, and our friends are advised to secure them early. JOHN H. BRIGGS, President.
0. U. A. F. FITZPATRICK, Secretary.
F. NEXEN, EXCHANGE AND COLLECTION OF
W. fice, 66 Wall street. Uncurrent Money, Drafts, &c., 0. U. A., SOUTH BROOKLYN.
bought and sold on the most favorable terms. MSAGNA CHARTA CHAPTER, No. 38, MEETS ON Drafts on Philadelphia, Boston, &c., for sale. Collections Thursday Evenings, corner of Court and Sackett
made with dispatch on all parts of the Union. Land Warstreets.
rants bought and sold. WM. Hunt, Sachem, 28 Sackett street, Brooklyn.
The patronage of the Order and of the business comGeo. C. BLANKE,C. 0., Smith, between Mill and Centre,
manity generally is respectfully solicited. Brooklyn. Application for Membership to be made to either of the
BOOT AND SHOE STORE. above Officers, or to Members of the Chapter.
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE OPENED AN EXTENWALNUT'S SALOON.
1 sive Establishment at 142 Chatham street, where every MHE SUBSCRIBER. HAVING ENLARGED AND
article of Boots and Shoes will be found always on band,
including Ladies' fine Gaitery, Buskins, Slippers, and Ties, | beautified his Establishment, No. 214 Broadway, is
Patent Leather Buskins and Slippers ; Misses and Childrens preparod to supply his friends and the public with SUP
Boots and Shoes; Boys' and Youths' Boots and Shoes ; PERS, comprising Oysters of the finest quality, dressed in
GENTLEMEN'S FINE FRENCH CALFSKIN BOOTS, every desirable manner, and every other seasonable deli
Patent Leather Shoes, Congreas Gaiters, Dancing Pumps cacy that the palate may crave. His conveniences are
and Gaiters, Patent Leather and Embroidered Slippers. now so extensive, that visitors are served without the least
Also, Calfskin, Grain, Seal, and Kip Pegged and Sewed delay. A good Bar is connected with the Establishment,
Boots; and a large assortment of THICK LONG LEG from which the choicest wines, liquors, and segars may be
BOOTS, suitable for Firemen, Seamen, and Boatmen, all obtained. J. A. WALNUT,
made out of the best materials, and expressly for our Re214 Broadway, opposite St. Paul's Church.
N.B.-Gentlemen's Fine Calfskin Boots made to order, AMERICAN TEMPERANCE GROCERY.
from $3 50 to $5.
BIGELOW & GEDNEY, TOSEPH HAIGHT, OF WASHINGTON CHAPTER,
No. 142 Chatham st. is prepared to furnish families with Groceries, Fruits, &c., of the best quality, at 20 per cent. less than any other
STEELE AND CO., store. Store, No. 39 Stanton street, corner of Forsyth. Small
DATENT FEATHER BRUSH MÁNUFACTURERS, profits and cash prices.
0.53 Nassau and 305 Pearl streets, New-York. Goods sent to any part of the city free of charge.
Low Prices! Good Work! Prompt Execation! GARDNER'S PREMIUM BEDSTEAD, NABINET AND MATTRESS WAREHOUSE, 69 Gold st.,
DOUGLASS AND COLT, U between Beckman and Spruce sts., ESTABLISHED 1840. This improved Bedstead has received the highest premiums BOOK, JOB, AND CARD PRINTERS, awarded by the American Institute, in 1843, '44, and '45,
No. 154 WATER STRE ET, over every competitor ; and the Medal, at the fairs of 1846, 47, and '48.
(Corner of Maiden Lane, New-York.). The Bedsteads and all other articles of furniture required THE SUBSCRIBERS RESPECTFULLY INVITE THE for the Parlor, Chamber, or Bedroom, such as Sofas, Chairs, I attention of the 0. U. A., Chapters and Members of the Pier and Centre Tables, Dressing Bureaus, French and Cot 10. U. A., to their facilities for executing EVERY DESCRIPtage Bedsteads, Washstands, Toilet Tables, &c., are man- | TION of PRINTING, which they are prepared to furnish as factured of Black Walnut and Mahogany, of every variety very low rates, in the best style, and at very short notice, of pattern and style, and under his immediate supervision.
by means of the BEST and FASTEST PRINTING MAHAIR MATTRESSES,Palliasters, Feather Beds, &c., warranted CHINES. as represented. Orders from the South, Hotel-keepers, and private families are respectfully solicited.
CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE 0. U. A., WILLIAM C. GARDNER. containing the Constitutions of Chancery and A. C.. and
also the latest Ordinances and Resolutions of Chancery, are UNITED STATES PASSPORTS FOR
stereotyped in beautiful style. This is the most completo
edition extant. See Subscribers' Edition of By-Laws of YALIFORNIA, CUBA, EUROPE, &c., INDISPENSA
Washington, No. 2; National, No. 18; Wayne, No, 52; U ble, as no person can travel in Europe, Cuba, or South
Fort Greene, No. 54, &c., &c. Call and see specimens. America, without one, or mine for gold in California, and is a sure protection against foreign aggression. Issued by Recollect, the number is 154 WATER STREET. J. B. NONES, Notary Public, 66 Broadway.
DOUGLASS & COLT.
NEW-YORK, MARCH, 1852.
CLARENCE GRAHAME ;
OR, THE CAPTURE OF BURG O Y N E.
A STORY OF THE REVOLUTION.
BY MRS. ANNA L. SNELLING,
"The boy had fewer summers—but his heart I The first, and most interesting figure, was Had far outgrown his years, and in his mind, There was but one beloved face on earth,
that of a lady apparently about twenty-three And that was gazing on him."
years of age. Her arm leaned upon the It had been a sultry morning, and dark casement, her head supported by her hand. masses of clouds collecting suddenly over Her features, or rather the expression of the heavens, foretold the approach of one of those features, it would be difficult to dethose terrific thunder-storms which so often scribe, as they varied as quickly as the close a serene summer day. The deep blue shadowy clouds upon which she gazed; but sky disappeared by degrees, till scarcely one soul, intellect, feeling, were painted there, spot remained to relieve the heavy gloom. and the light of enthusiasm seemed checked, The firmament seemed to resemble the ocean but not extinguished. in its wrath ; heavy piles of vapor rolling | There was another figure. It was that of Ofer each other like waves, charged with a youth scarce twenty. Beauty, uncommon electric fire. The change affected all around. beauty, no one could deny to be his. His The birds flew to the sheltering groves, the eyes were of that dark, deep, melancholy kingly eagle alone resisting the storm, and blue whose glances speak to the heart. His soaring fearlessly above the dark canopy. high and nobly turned forehead, and finely The tender flowers drooped their heads as shaped head, would have furnished a model the gale passed over them, and the mighty for a Spurzheim or a Gall. He soon ceased oaks frowned defiance to the threats of the regarding the storm without, for his eyes tempest. Chains of sulphurous flame ran were fixed intently upon the face of the lady like veins through the gathering waves on at his side. high, and descended to mingle with those of Turn we to the interior of the apartment, the dark waters beneath. The forest trees where art and luxury had lavished their groaned in fear, and surrendered many a brightest gifts. It was of narrow dimengreen branch to the tempest's fury. A sions, though not so petite as the boudoir graceful willow bent its pliant arms over the of a French lady; for these useless appencasement of a building, near which sat two dages to a comfortable snug home were not persons gazing upon the rising storm with patronized in the days of our puritan and equal, yet yariei interest.
| precise for efathers. But every article of furVOL. III.