At the Florida Chautauqua,
Lake de Funiak, Fla.
February 12th, 13th & 14th, 1885, at 8 P.M.
Parties desiring these novel entertainments may address J.F Douthitt, 237 W. 39th St., N.Y. City.
Part First. First Night.
"India's Coral Strand."
Empurpled for Ages in Sublime Tradition!
Unveiled in its every feature
and amusing detail!
A New Kind of Entertainment
The Latest Invention is the [?]
This fluent and scholarly Burmese, Impersonates men and
women and children in every order of society
as they appear in the Orient.
He has all the Household Goods suited to a well regulated
East India Home in its every Department, also the
goods for the Oriental Temple, for Burying and
Embalming and the Marriage Feast, etc.; these
he uses in decorating the stage, making up
scenes, and by way of natural life-
like, Practical Illustrations.
The subject matter of these entertainments has been
collected by years of extensive travel and life with his
Saushbrah, being fresh from the jungles and bam-
boo homes, without any preconceived prejudice, and being
a highly educated [?] with an elaborate Oriental outfit
can portray the habits of his kindred, can illustrate
profusely the people and their homes, and can im-
personate the every character, the rich and the poor,
the male and female, and the high and low estates, in their
respective costumes, exactly as seen in the Orient today.
1-King, Nobleman and Lord. 5--The Burmese Bride and Groom
2-Yeoman, Burmese Lass and Karen Belle. 6-Fakir and Gaudama Priesthood
3-School Teacher and Scholars. 7-The Frantic Burial Charter.
4-The Buddhist in Search of Rest. 8-The Hideous Funeral Dancer
1-Eating. 5-How the Burmese Woo and Win their Wives
2-Sleeping. 6-How they got Married.
3-Dressing. 7-How they Bury and Embalm
4-Jungle Life and Childhood's hours. 8-Transmigration of the Soul.
Songs of the Orient
1-Evening Lullaby. 4-The Ditty of the little Easy India Girl.
2-Wedding Carol. 5-Gundamas' Evening Hymn
3-The Burmese "Home, Sweet Home." 6-The Frantic Funeral Chant.
J.F. Douthitt, 237 W. 39th St. N.Y.