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The Louisiana Democrat. (Alexandria, La.) 1845-1918, November 08, 1884, Image 4

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SA TN I TINOVATIO T 1
In ti:e W1o'rld of Great Amusement
Enterprises.
The Coming of S. H. Barrett & Co's
-NEW UNITTD COLOSSAL-
RAILROAD SHOWS
The GREA'I EST! The GRANDEST and the VERY BEST !
SThe Gon of DAY, on the Morning of
lhursday,4 Tor*
S at ALEXANpRIA, will pale before the rival splendor of BAR
RETT &. Co's golgeous, glittering, glowing, shim
nmering, magnificent and most bewildering
SSTREET PAIIEANT
As the re-echoing cannon proclaims the approach of ensanguined,
mighty War, so does this Grand Street Pageant (.wlich, I e the can
nontpowerful in itself, is still but theoinstrument of.war) proclaim the
coming of this VAST, GIGANTIC EN'T'ERPRISE, whose moving
masses jars the trembling earth; whose mighty canvass, greater than
the tent of Mars, unfold only under -the outspread shade of white
winged Peace, and brings joy, pleasure and amusement from the fair
plains of Wonderlan, and eriosities of ature and of Art never he
fore equaled by any Show or number of Shows in America.. Beneath
onr Grand Areni, Tent we introduce
:. 150 Star Perforrners!
Stars of first magnitude all! First in order and in stellular merit we
name the. celebrated artist, MADAME DOCKRILL, the laurel
arowfied "Empress of Eqlestriana.'g She proudly wears the title tn
tie undisputed ad untarnished. This famous lady is the most fearless
intrepid and dashing Bareback Rider in the entire world to-day.
pMiss EMMA LAKE, who holds i like proud, and deservedly be
-I . towed title as the "Queen of the Side-Saddle." A bewitchingly beau
s: ' tifnl and graceful rider, who has no equal as a horse-woman.
'M.iss JENNIE BOWERS, Australia's Artist Daughter, who with
f ier fiving steeds, brought from her home in the Antipodes, awaenea
Swonder and delight, is also without an equal in her specialties.
Mlr. ROBERT STICKNEY, the impersonator of the Arena, the won
::: dorful Master of tihe Hor~s, the best General Athlete and most Verso:
i.itile performer living. Graceful and daring, outrivaling all rivalry.
i:,/" A boat others too numerous to mention--Athletes, Gymnasts, Con
tortionists, Wrestlers, Posers. Gladiators, Antipodaeans, Equilibrists:
At ,"AhatR, Aerialists, Unicyclis, Bicyclsts, Triyclists, &e, Togeth
SPer with.the
-Byal Japanese Circus of 20 TroupeS.
i!i A larger nomhber of Star Artists than any other ten shows. Mr.
:"CIAs. EWERS, the wonder of the Antipodes, in his fearless riding
]Mi( Bping and tumbling, and his e,,tire all-star Circus, composed of a
hosts of artists trom the other hemi-sphere.
1 malsP, an numerous specimens never before
;:·'· exhibited, has had added this year, at an enormous expense, a gigan
tit deep-sea aquarium, conaining monsters of the deep.
T hegiant elephant, XERXES, weight ten tons.
gA school of giats-Ketenao, the Zulu giant, ther largest man liv
i- r ing; a giant Ox, as large as an ordinary elephant, a giant ostrich, &0
DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT!
SIt is the greatet Show on Earth. Will also exhibit at MAN8FIELI:
November 19th, and at PLAQUEMINE, November 21st, 1884.
NEW O R I J IA" D!I RT1 110 .. ':-' ~ . ' .~
11nl NI t, Msani,, ºr . SeI &. b'!`~ .
W iey ITcn: Works CCmaiIy
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OFFICE: It, 1
Wi1 - TCTIIIUPWI'QULAS ST.. - 181 -EW I
(YIO)N LTrXG EGTINEERS AND DU Gli' iEN. W il FUR
ii i11 E-Iina s 112 1 12 i 'ei1s ii.21 lit i i 2',nten t 14o1 th /''i . CllI ti CIjlll. erectioni
411t1 i1lt~i l (ot a1l Ih li''H cct Iail I'12Id, Stnni sitiiiIii, slei ll P232 4I2 t II Saw Mill
1Ii~e11inorr? and It,~n Work.
81UGARt, (X)1'0\N stud1 RICE PLANTATION MACHINERY A SPE
CIXLTIY. F1"udy aqnitiipjd fear O l11inr or2I2 ut li a~k
diui~ui jiibst ii i1~nriii; iinIniedi~tai
UIX t'l' "n.
Tnttnlltlcturars of J1TIFI.E S. ST'Fi\1' PUMPS. VACUCrMT PANS, SUGAR
MILLS. VA(lt? l PUMPS. CI(id.ISS suiI O)THIE EN'4;INES. PH1W
.F:-s ON APPIAICA1TION. MATERIAL, WtO~1:MA.NS1i1P a22nd DATE
OF IDELIVERY (4IJAHIAN'l'ED.
J_ JD. JIAQ-A2ST,
Nos. E3 and 8 Connmon St. New Orleans:
Hýa aer aaid Shidp Oh.d1oTy.
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[bur, 11ira-s Jill,1 I t.. ii '1 14'; Mfllniiit2tt.iieli of befit
for tilt- Evatjiiraiiinal of
C:' 2,1 J iiit"i.
ao rl in ccp 3rw ad e~t Iran, 240 Dhalar in i~ei 1 Flttigr
aI T nders erptrnstsPi'to 11 WILl4 BE FILLED) WITH DISPAT(CH1
1ISCfELLAfiOU S.
RED RIVER &GOAST
INCORPORATED JUT Y 31, 1882.
Chas. P. Trnlow,........ President
Chat,. W. Dr,,n,....... .Secretary
M. N. Wood, ....... Suer.intendent
Composed of f.llowing First Class
steamerts:
JE3Sý "K. B'ELL :
Silver City, Belle o: the Coast.
Frank Willard, Netlltae,.
J.wel. Maria Louise,
Kate Kinney, Co.ri Crandon,
Alvin, Johd G. Fletcher,
Yazoo Valley. Danube,
Joh, D. Scully, Awnnrdlption,
lesbel, Lanra Lee.
ISSUES THROUGH BILLS OF LADING
For all points in Te'na reached by
Texas and Pacific Rail
nY i and conntte
tioin.
Frneight conaigned to care RED
RIIVEIR anid COAST LINE, by bill
of lading, forwarded FREE OF
I)IIAYAGE, STORAGE aud COM
MISSION.
OFFICE: No. 46 CAMP STREET,
(uP STAIRS.)
M. L.SCOVELTL, Agt.
Aug. 16. Shreveport, La.
MII1IIBY BISMIIBE 4I
MRS. M. L SMITH,
PI:OPRIETRESS.
COON ER
Third and Beauregard Sts.
DRESS-MAKING A SPECIAL
ty. Dry Goods; Ready Cloth
ing for Ladies and Children, Fancy
Articles, Zephyr Worsted. Hosiery,
Ribbons, Flowera, etc. etc. Ladies'
BHats Trimmed. Stamping Hand
somely executed.
OB PRINTING OF EVERY
eJ description neatly executed at
this office.
SHORTHAND
and Telegraphic InstitutE
Shorthand thoroughly taught, per.
sonally or by. mail. Send for Cir
enlars. Type Writers for sale.
ARTHUR J. BARNES, Court Re
porter. Priao .60eil ) 501 stree
St. LouI, * ' "
C. Laza'd. Mayer Israel
C. LZARD & CO.
STHE ONE PRICED
CLOTHIERS.
-AND-
FURNISHERS,
Nos. 29, 31 and 33 Canal,
Cor. North Peters, NEW ORLEANS.
L; Our immense Fall and Winter
Stock of Men's, Youths' Boys' and
Children's
CLOTHITNG!
is now ready for inspection.
The widest range for selections.
The Latest Styles.
The Most Reliable Goods.
By Far the Lowest Prices.
i Country Orders Solicited.
i N. B. Samples and rules for
measurement sent on application to
all parts of the country FREE of
CHARGE.
HENRY ST. JOHN,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
KEEPS DRUGS
OF THE BEST QUALITY ONLY.
BUYS REGARDLESS
OF COST TO
'HIAVI /
THE BEST!
It STOCK
FOR SAL..E SCHOOL ROOKS, PA
PERS and OFF ICE MIA
TERIAL.
PATENT OR PROPRIETORY
MEDICINES.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Per
fumes, and a Inrge variety
of Fancy and Useful
Articles.
PATENTS
PROCURED. Send for Pamphlet
apdReferences. Seward A. Basel
- tine; Solicitor of American and For
eign Patents and Attorney in Pa
I tent coaes. Associate' at Washing
ton, D. C, Springfield, Missourt.
~ ~i 4ie
OURL BILtUOUSNESS. DYPESIA, sCK 3 4 1ADA6
TORPID LIVER. MALARIA, DIESION, SOUR
ACH, BAD BREAT.VERTItO, IAUNDICE. DYSNM'yr,
ENLARGED SPLOEEN DROWSINEWOAPTERMEALS,&O.
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ni Uteas to, Slr6ot n BanE. oSouTl E du· "";
andt [ecoine Deste,( r e r 'e. Sien fTonr.Quo
J. F. SMITH £ 00E, Colaroe St. 8. LOUIs, Me
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r ulty. Excellent Preparatory
S.clalty. Morality and Eeligipn
or- road. For terms of Beau
E'&. Tuition sealmnr Catalogue.'
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