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27th GLORIOUS YEAR.
4-Paw and the Wild West.
J AS. E. COOPER,
ADAM t'OREPAUGH, Jit..
JOHN A. EOREl'AUGH,
"The pore]).'.ugh show is all right! Thero are no (lie's on it this year. Its
acquisition of the groat Wild West Show, Captain A. II. llogardus, the great
spectacles, Slieridan's ride and tho Caster battle gives it a 'corner* on the cow?
boy, Indian and spectacular business, and with all these wild and romantic
frontier attractions presented in conjunction with the famous t-Paw Circus,
Menagerie and Hippodrome, an exhibition of fascinating and unparalleled
intorest is alforded the spectator. There can be no question but that Adam
Forepaugh has justly earned the t itle of King of American Showmen, and
that .1. E. Cooper, its present proprietor, will prove a royal successor."?Now
The combined 4-Paw and Wild West Shows,
three times the greatest on earth,
Will exhibit, in all their stupendous and unabridged entirety, with every act
and feature retained, and presenting the same remarkable^prograinmo that
carried New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington by storm, at
West Salem avenue,
Tuesday, October 28.
Special Note.?The Forepaugh-Wild West Combination will be tho
only tented exhibition of any importance that will appear in this city and
county the present season?(Editor.)
Triumphal re-entry into one of the greatest possible tented combina?
tion in tho universe?the grand, imperial, laurel-crowned
With its twenty-seven years of glorious history, progressive ideas, unbounded
ambition, limitless capital, vast and varied arenic, zoological and hippodro
matic resources, and now royally reinforced with tho renowned, romantic
WILD WEST EXHIBITION!
Tho greatest of modern spectacles, Sheridan's famous ri le. Wondrously
thrilling production ?f the world's saddest tragedy,
OUSTER'S LAST RALLY,
OR THE BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN!
Startling and impressive representations of the ambuscade, attack, repulse,
defeat and death of General Custer and his heroic troops.
200 mounted combatants, genuine savages,
scouts and soldiers,
Including Sergeant Charles C. Wagner, sole.survivor of Custer's immediate
command, who carried the general's dispatches to Major Reno on the ill
starred Held, are brought into requisition in this mimic reproduction of that
awful massacre. Sensational introduction of ''Lone Feather," lighting chief
of the Ogallaha Sioux: "Rain-in-tbo-Faee," the reputed slayer of Custer;
"Hull Tail," who led the assault on Custer's command' ami other savage sur?
vivors of that historic horror. Magnificent scenery showing the beautiful and
tranquil waters of the Little Dig Horn River. All the exciting feats and
features of the weird and wonderful Wild West, including the grand drama of
civilization, vividly illustrating the sports, perils and romance of the prairies.
;md interpreted by frontier heroes who have spent their lives amid the scenes
ihey now re-enact.
The champions of the universe.
CAPTAIN A. H. BOGARDUS
And his three sons shoot at every performance.
Realistic portrayals of an emigrant
train crossing the plains; the robbery of
the overland mail: the atrocious Moun?
tain Meadow massacre: fort life in the
far West; bucking horses and steers, a
Virginia reel on horseback, Indian
lights, raids and rescues, all exhibited
for the llrst time in this city, tinder
acres of canvas, in combination with
the great Forepaugh show. Superb
three-ring cirbus with its unparalleled
centralization of the world's foremost
exponents of acrobatic, gymnic and
equestrian science: greatest zoological
display ever seen in a Christian land:
marvelous museum; huge theater stage:
Roman-Grecian hippodrome, with its
sixty thoroughbred dyers; marvolously
trained wild beasts; boxers, wrestlers,
runners, vaulters, heavy-weight lifters
and broadsword combatants: the rope
walking Hlondin horse; "Eclipse," the
trapeze-leaping equine, together with
all of Adam Forepaugh, Jr.'s astound?
ing sensations, including his dancing,
lighting and clown elephants, somer?
sault dogs, ?50,000 troupe of educated
broncho horses, and his extraordinary
feat of riding and driving forty fiery
cquinos three times around the huge
The grand and gorgeous dress parade of the combined Forepaugh and
Wild West Shows take place at 0.30 a. m. daily, unfolding to public view,
free as air to everybody, all the sensational, picturesque, historical and
.sumptuous processional resources of the monster dual aggregation. Increased
in everything except in the price of admission,
fill'" TSPI/CT Admits to all the aggregated attractions of the combined Fore
UlCfc lllmtl paugh and Wild West Shows, presented under the greatest
spread of canvas ever erected on this or any other continent: 12,000 splendid
seats; rc80rv< d numbered seats with back and foot rests, and u it h mngnilici nt
view of t uster's battle and start and finish of hippodrome rac< s, extra. Two
?complete exhibitions daily. Doors open at I and 7 p. in. The ring perform?
ances, giveij under the artistic, direction of Mr. Adam Forepaugh. Jr., com
mOncii ' our later. Cheap round-trip excursions on all lines of navel.
Cons.:'1. Bt . i' n agents for particulars regarding the time of di parture and rc
tUirn o! ci ion trains. For the accommodation of those who would avoid
tho crowd I t. tho ticket wagon on tin- ground, tickets and reserved seals can
)be obtained *t Johnson & Johnson's drug store at the usual slight advance
M?sl, . and elaborate railroad equipment of any show in the world,
?fty Ie-sized cars being required to transport tho great combination,
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Youman's hats, known to all, at Colin's; Stetsons' soft and stiff, at Cohn's; Silvermaii's
stiff and silk, at Colin's; Melville soft and stiff, at Cohn's, and others too numerous
Double-breasted sack suits at Cohn's; double-breasted frock suits at Cohn's; single
breasted cutaway sacks at Cohn's; single-breasted cutaway frocks at Cohn's; Prince
Alberts and full-dress at Colin's; short and stout suits for short men at Cohn's; extra
length suits for long men at Cohn's; extra large suits at Cohn's.
OVERCOATS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Separate pants all sizes and fabrics. Our fall underwear is now on sale. We carry
the American Hosiery Company underwear, besides many other makes. Our neckwear,
hose, handkerchiefs, suspenders, etc., are far ahead of all, as usual. Our tailoring depart?
ment is on a boom. Don't wait too long to place your order. Save your time and money
by visiting our mammoth clothing establishment. You can find anything you want, any
price 3'ou want, and will certainly have no farther to go.
The Salem avenue clothier, tailor and furnisher, No. 44 Salem
avenue, Roanoke, Va. E. M. Dawson, Manager.
TRUSTEE S SALE.
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
to me as trusteo by II. Ilasman and I.
Sachs, dated May IS, 18D0, and of
record in the clerk's ollice of tho Hlis?
ting Court,for the city of ltoanoke, Va.,
deed book 30, page 181, to securo to C.
C. I lawley the payment of tho sum of
?075.00, payable in monthly install?
ments of S50.00 each, as evidenced
by thirteen negotiable notes of
$50.00 each, and one, being the last
one, of $25.00, and whereas de?
fault having boon made in payment of
two of the above mentioned notes, and
at the request of tho beneficiary there?
in, the undersigned, as trustee,
will sell to tho highest bidder, at
public auction, in front of the premises,
on Monday, the 3rd day of November,
1800,at 12 in., all of those five certain lots
or parcels of land lying and being in tho
city of Roanoke, Va., bounded and de?
scribed as follows, to wit:
Reginning at the southeast corner of
London and First streets, thence in an
easterly direction with Loudon street
250 feet to a point, thence in a south?
erly direction 130 feet to an alley,
thence with said alley in a westerly di?
rection 2.10 feet to First street, thence
with First street in a northerly direc?
tion 130 feet to the pluco of beginning,
and known as lots Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5,
in section 21, as shown by tho map of
the property of thoRogers, Fairfax &
Houston addition to the city of Roanoke,
Tkkms?(1) Cash enough to pay off
three notes of 850 each and to pay the
cost of this sale; (2) the purchaser to as?
sume all outstanding indebtedness,
amounting to $1,550, as follows: $1,125
payable in two equal annual payments
from the .st day of February, 1800;
8425 payable in nine payments. $50
on tho 15th day of November, 1800; $50
on the 15th day of December, 1800; $50
on tho 15th day of .January, 1801; $50
payable on the 15th day of February,
1801; $50 payable on the 15th day of
March, 1801; $50 payable on the 15th
dav of April, 1801: S50 payable on the
15th day of May. 1891; S.'m payable on
the 15th day of June, 1891, and S25 pay?
able on the' 15th day of July, 1891; (3)
the residue, if any. payable in one and
two years from dav of sale.
J. W. BOSWELL,
sop21 2tawk-lm Trustee.
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Fire, life and accident, in?
surance and real estate agent,
lias moved his office to
NO. 114 COMMERCE STREET,
Where he will be pleased to
see his customers. Major A.
L. Pitzer is with this firm, and
would be glad to sec his friends.
J. R. HOCKADAY.
Roanoke Racing Ass'n.
Wednesday, October 22,1890.
Running ? Hotel Stakes, half-mile
heats. Purse $150?8100 to first, ?:?<) to
Trotting?2:50 class. Purse 8200?8120
to first, $00 to second, $20 to third.
Running?Mile dash. Purse $200?
?150 to first, 850 to second.
Running?Gentlemen riders. Three
quarter mile dash, welter weights.
Purso $100?$75 to first, ?25 to second.
Thursday, October 2^ 1890.
Running?Three-quarter mile heats.
Purse 8150?$100 to first, ?50 to second.
Trotting?2:35 class. Purse $250??150
to first, $75 to second, 825 to third.
Running?Merchants' stakes, one and
one-quarter mile dash. Purse S200?
$lf>0 to first, $50 to second.
Running?Welter-weight hurdle, one
and one-half mile dash over six hurdles.
Purse 8150?$100 to first, $.10 to second.
Friday, October 24,1890.
Running?Novelty, one mile dash.
Purse $250?$25 to horse at quarter-mile
post first, 850 to one at half-mile first.
S7.-> to one at three-quarters first. $100 to
one at mile. It is possible for one horse
to win the whole purse.
Running? Fivo-oightll mile heats.
Purse $150?$100 to first, $50 to second.
Running?Virginia stakes, one and
one-half mile dash. Purse$250?$175 to
first, $75 to second.
Trotting?Free for all. Purse $100?
?210 to first, $120 to second, 840 to third.
mile dash. Purse ?150??100 to first, ?50
to second. Horses only that have run
and not won at this meeting are eligible
to start. Entrance 5 per cent.
Roanoko stakes, for trotting horses
owned and in Roanoke county Septem?
ber 15, 1890. A sweepstake of $25 each
with ?100 added by the Association, of
which two-thirds to the first and one
third to the second horse; four to enter
and three to start. If five enters the
third to save his stake. Time of race
will be arranged on or before the first
day of the meeting.
Roanoke Machine Works Band.
Pate, Yost 1 Co.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Mineral, Timber and Farm Lands.
CITY LOTS A SPECIALTY.
MAX MEADOWS, VA.
L. YOST. II. I). C. Itl'FORD.
E. P. PARKER, Norfolk. Va.
R. MAUPIN. FRANK ST. ('LAIR.
JAS. II. BALDWIN.
Heating by Steam. Hot Water or Hot
HOOKING, GUTTKKIXG, SI'OCTIXG.
401 3 EFFERSoN ST.,
JtOANOKK, ..... VIRGINIA.
Estimates cheerfully given on this lino
of work. jeli-Om.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Roanoke City, Va.
OFFICE: 105 l'ir-t
tionnl Hnnk Ibi'i
m Y I ' ri
C. A. HEATH,
The well-known Jefferson Street.
II is opened a Harbor Shop in Hotel
Room in bas m
H M. L IN NEY & SON
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Twelve St.ore-Ilouses on Salem Avenuo
Ten Building Lots on Campbell Streot.
LOTS ON THE WEST END BOULE?
From ?C00 to $1.500. In Bollmont, from
$400 to $500.
A GOOD PLACE TO INVEST.
Near the College Institute from ?300
tO $400. tf
Rills for use of water for quarter be?
ginning October 1st. are now duo and
payable at the office of the Roanoko < Ins
ami Water Company. If bills remain un?
paid twenty days after duo, the water
will he shut oil' without farther notice.
.1. C. RAWN,
oc t7 tocc 120 Man agor.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY \RAIL
S. P. Tvm:h, Recolver.
Schedule in effect Juno 3, 18D0,
AKItlVK AT KOANOKK. \
5:00 p. in. Dully?Memphis Express,
from Hagerstown and the
North. Through Pullman
sleeping curs from Now
York und Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and Memphis
via Harri.shurg, Hogers
town and Roanoke.
7.10 a. m. Daily?New Orleans Ex?
press from New York, Phil?
adelphia and Baltimore,
making connection through
to the South. Carries
through Pullman palace
h?lfet sleeping car from
Philadelphia to Now Or?
leans, without change, via
Roanoke, Cleveland, Calcra
and L. & N. R. R.
5:45 a. m. Daily?Raltimoro Express
from all points south for
and New York. Carries
Pullman palace buffet
sleeping car from Roanoko
to Philadelphia without
change, via Hagerstown
7:20 p. m. Daily?New York and Phil?
adelphia Express, from
.Memphis. Chattanooga and
all points south. For Phil?
adelphia and New York.
Carries Pullman palace
to Philadelphia and New
York via Roanoke, Hagers?
town and Harrishurg.
Ticket agents will furnish all infor?
mation and through schedules upon ap?
O. HOWARD ROYER.
tf O. P. & T. Agent. Roanoke, Va.
"VT OKFOLK it WESTERN RAIL
Schedule in effect Sept. 3rd, 1800.
10:05 a. m. Daily: arrive Rristol 4:0!)
p. m. Stops at all stations,
connecting at Rad ford with
trains on New River Rranch;
arriving at Pocabontas at
3:35 p. m.
5:45 p. m. Daily, arrives Rad ford 7:20
p. m., connecting with New
River Branch at 7:35 p. m.,
for Rluetleld and Pocabon?
tas; arrives Pocabontas 10:55
p. m. Arrives Bristol 11:20
j). in., connecting with E.
T. V. ,t (i. R. R. for all
points south and west. Has
Pullman Palace Sleeper*
Roanoke to Memphis, with?
7:55 a. m. Daily, arrive Radford 0:15
a. in., connecting wdth New
River Branch, leaving Rad?
ford 12:10 p. m. Arrives
Bristol 12:40 p. in., connects
with E. T. V. & (i. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palaco
Sleeper from Roanoko to
New Orleans without
5:25 a. m. Dally; for Lynchburg, Pe?
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
R.,) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connects at
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
R. for Washington and tho
East, leaving Lynchburg
7:40 a. m. daily. Arrives
Norfolk 2.00 p. m., csnncot
ihg with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
10:10 a. m. Daily; arrives Lynchburg
11:50 a. m., connecting wdth
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:05 p. m.; arrives Pe?
tersburg 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R., 5:05 p. m.; arrives Nor
folk 7.00 p. m.
3:45 p. m. Daily; for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynchburg 5:40 p. m.
7:20 p. m. Daily: for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynchb?rg Oi-'O p. m.
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaski 8:15 a. m. Daily, except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p. m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 0:45 a. m., and 4:30 p. in.
Clinch Valley Extension (in operation
Aug. :t. to st. Paul, rti miles)?Leave
Rhu field 8:10 a. m., daily; arrive St.
Paul 12:55 p. m.
All inquiries as to rates, routes, etc.,
W. R. REV ILL,
Gcn'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
CHAS. ti. EDDY, vice-president,
janl Gonoral Offices, Roanoke.
The East Tennessee
Virginia & Georgia
IS THE ONLY SHORT AND DIRECT
LINE TO THE
South, Southwest & West.
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep?
ing car service in the South?Pullman
Sleepers without Change, Roanoko to
Knoxville, Chattanooga, Rome, Annls
ton, Selina, Montgomery, Mohilo and
Direct connection made at Romo and
Chattanooga with through sleepers for
ATLANTA, MACON & JACKSONVILLE
For any further information, address
E. A. WARREN,
Trav. Pass. Agt,., Rristol, Tenn.
C. A. BENSCOTER,
Ass. (len'l Pass. Agt.
R. W. WRENN,
jy25tf Hen. Pass. Agt. Knoxv ille.Tonn.
Jso. D. Stitakt. IL M. IIruskr,
Formerly of Danville. Notary an csnnd
Alt n s-hI-Iaw,
STUART & HEUSER,
Real estate agents'. Ivanhoe, Wytho
county, Va., buy and sell, .> mmis
sion, town lots. Mineral and farming
land a specialty. All business entrusted
to us will bo prom to.