THE BALL ROOM, in which two ladies and
gentleman dance the polka. The orchestra is
composed of 15 musicians, playing on different
instruments of proportionate size. Four having
a game of whist. A little brunette on a sofa is
flirting with a fashionable beau, while her
mama's mind is engaged in the politics of a
newspaper. The saloon is lighted by three
fleas, dressed, harnessed and instructed
according to their respective tasks.
AN ELEGANT CARRIAGE, drawn by two Fleas;
the occupants and coachman are also Fleas, well
dressed, with parasol &c.
TWO MERRY-GO-ROUNDS, A Dutch windmill,
are each set in motion by a Flea. ANOTHER AS
GARDENER, pushes a wheelbarrow full of
flowers. Another dressed in frock, shawl and
collar, drawn a bucket of water from a well.
Two Fleas decide an Affair of Honor, sward in
hand, the arms are of steel, with golden guards.
DON QUIXOTE AND SANCHO PANZA, riding on
THE AMERICAN STEAMER, carried by a Flea.
THE WILD FLEA, chained by a 400-link chain, but
the ankle, showing the difference between wild
A STREET CAR, drawn by a single Flea, and
twelve hundred times the weight of the Flea.
MADEMOISELLE LE NORMAND, or the Sybil will tell
the visitor's fortune, a most weird-looking old
Flea. And a variety of other activities too
long to state here. The beauty of the
workmanship of the objects accessory to the
Exhibition have excited the admiration of every