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m9nRWJ!IUIU!RRitiLMV- so THE SCJJStDAV HERALD. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1S91. NEWPORT NEWS, HAMPTON, m . j$l.tstt3 OLD POINT. m ., w""1 ' NEWPORT NEWS has au IMMENSE DRY-DOCK and improved machinery for boat-bullulng, equal to any plant on the Clyde, aiidfwlll soon have 5,000 men at work building ships. NEWPORT NEWS has two new COTTON FACTORIES, two new Hues of steamers, models of speed and elegance. NEWPORT NEWS has NO EMPTY HOUSES. Contractors arc mshed almost to death finishing up buildings. NEWPORT NEWS has railroads, and will have electric Hues and magnificent boulevards along the cntiio coast. NEWPORT NEWS has the finest tiact of land ever seen, and at prices that will maho money for every shareholder. NEWPORT NEWS is now negotiating with the White StarLluo for a direct lino of steamers to Liverpool, so as to make a dhect outlet at NEWPORT NEWS for all grain, brcadstufTs, etc., of the West and of the whole South. NEWPORT NEWS is bound to bo the great SEAPORT OF AMERICA. The products of tho Pacific, the Middle, West, and of the South west will have to come here for reshlpmcut. NEWPORT NEWS has now about 10,000 Inhabitants. In one year there will be fully 50,000 people there, if not more. Over $5,000,000 having already been speut In SHIPYARDS aloue, capable of employing G,000 men, representing 30,000 population. NEWPORT NEWS is just getting her baud in the great boom that is now sweeping over the eutlro South, and will easily take tho load as the greatest place yet in tho way of RAPID GROWTH and SOLID IMPROVEMENT. As au actual fuct tho growth of Newport News during the past three mouths has been greater than tho growth of Birmluebam or Duluth in any three months of their phenomenal history. NEW PORT NEWS has $15,000,000 already Invested in houses and Industrial enterprises. AN ARMY OF SKILLED WORKMEN IS COM ING IN BY THE HALF HUNDRED DAILY NEWPORT NEWS has eighteen miles of yard tracking, bringing together the three places, Newport News, Hampton, and Old Point, so close that they may practically be called ouo place. NEWPORT NEWS handles even now a million tons of coal a year, two aud a quarter million bushels of grain, half n million 6acks of flour, fifty thousand bales of cottou, and largo quantities of fi eight, cattle, logs, staves, stone, nud tobacco. Foreign vessels aro always loading there. Messrs. Smith & Ulllyer, iron workers aud machine builders, have recently been forced to extend their plant by $20,000 worth of now buildings. NEWPORT NEWS has business blocks, big In size, solid in build. There Is always a rushing demand for carpenters and bricklayers. NEWPORT NEWS exported last year $S,000,000 cash value. Regular Steamship Lines, Tramp Lines, and Salllug Vessels accommodate the traffic. For example, the OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY, with five steamships a week; the MERCHANTS AND MINERS' Trans portation Company, with four steamships a week; the CLYDE LINE connection, a line of Barges to New York aud tho East, the BRAZIL LINE, a TRANS-ATLANTIC LINE. Four new steamships now building. NE WSPORT NEWS has GO feet of water just off the piers. There are four churches of all denominations, and schools. There aro banks, there re factories, foundries, aud mills. Flue Hotels. SEND FOR PROSPECTUS. THE NEWPORT NEWS HAMPTON, and OL PONT 5 HAVING ACQUIRED control of 1,237 acres of very valuable land between Newport News and Hampton, and desiring to develop and improve said land, now seek the co-operation of the public, and offer investors the great inducements hereinafter set forth. THESE LANDS are above the highest tides; are situated between Newport News and Hampton on the one hand, and the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway and the waters of Hampton Roads on the other, and their general surroundings are such as to render them highly desiraole for manufacturing, residential, and other purposes. THE FINANCIAL PLAN : THE FINANCIAL PLAN of the Company is as follows: THE CAPITAL STOCK is to be $2,000,000, divided into shares of $100 each. When sixty dollars shall have been paid on each share of stock it is confidently believed that no further assessment will be required, and that the proceeds of the sale of lots will enable the Company to declare the stock full paid and non-assessable. THE PAYMENTS for stock are to be as follows: ' $5.00 per share upon date of subscription. $15.00 per share 30 days from date of subscription. $10.00 per share 00 days from date of subscription. $10.00 per share 0 months from date of subscription. $10.00 per share 9 months from date of subscription. $10.00 per share 12 months from date of subscription. V J-' J i "I THE COMPANY'S DONATION : FOR EVERY" THREE SHARES of stock standing in one name the Company will donate one (1) lot; for every ten 6hares held in one name the Company will donate four (4) lots; for every twenty shares standing in one name the Company will donate nine (9) lots, and for every fifty shares held in one name the Company will donate twenty-five (25) lots. OFFICERS : Hon. .T. TAYLOR EILYSOX, Richmond, Va.. Hon. E. C. YJBX ABUG, Petersburg, Va., GEOKGE A. SCiniEIiZ. Newport "Sews, Va.. THOMAS TABB, Esq.. Hampton, Va., SAMUEL S. ELAM, Richmond, Va., Ju P. ROUTT. Richmond, Va., .... r4"T U . f President. Vice President. Treasurer. - Counsel. - Secretary. General Agent. i BOARD OJT DIRECTORS: Ex-Governor FITZHUGH LEE, Glasgow, Va., President Kockbndge Company. " Hon. J. TAYLOR ELLYSON, Mayor of Richmond, Piesldent Old Dominion Building and Loan Associations Hon. BARTON MYERS, ex-Mayor of Norfolk. lion. Jit. j. viiJS.&H.Lfc., ex-uongressmau and Vice president Venable Tobacco Co., Petersburg, Va, LEWIS II. BLAIR, of Stephen Putney & Co., and Harvey, Blair & Co., President the United Banking and Building Company, Richmond, Va. Col. CARTER M.BRAXTON, Civil Engineer. Newpoit News, Va. GEORGE A. SCHMELZ, of Schmelz Bros., Bankers, Newport News, Va. NATIONAL OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. 0. T.E. CLARKE JLTLZLTIO BTJILDIITa, 928 -A-ZLSTID 930P ST, OFFICES, 31, 33, AITD 35. ROB &CO.. t i i i ft , . v r - 112!? H tf 3Bpffj,iB JlJwWM w ft & i 110 1 1 v-i ) t t iti s$ Y,o H $ ' - r t f -Tt( ) J-(lf t - ? s t ) ' INVEST MONEY IN LARGE OR SMALL SUMS From $10 Up to $10,000 IN WASHINGTON CITY, LANDOVERPARK.PASADEtf A CITY-, HAMPTON, BUENA VISTA. NORFOLK, GLASGOW, NEWPORT NEWS. BEDFORD CITY, OLD POINT, ROANOKE, BASIC CITY, LYNCHBURG, AND BALTIMORE CITY, By purchasing shares in tho SOUTHERN LAND COMPANY. To the Investor ! Read ! THE SAFEST AND B.5ST INVESTMENT IN THE WORLD IS STOCK IN THE SOUTHERN LAND COMPANY. 12 Per Cent, and also Equal Profits. Interests and Profits Payable Every Three Months. Shares, 810 Each. We aro authorized by tho Southern Land Company to place on sale Ten Thousand Shares of Stock at tho extromo low figures of TEN DOLLARS EACH, S10.00 per share, with a guarantee and pledge of not less than 12 per cent, and also an Equal Proportionate Sharo in the profits arising from tho investment of total capital in proportion ns a number ol shares purchaser holds bears to tho total number of shares issued. By this plan a purchaser may invest any amount from $10 up to $1,000, with a guaroutee of 12 percent, thereupon, and an honest, equal share In tho prollts. Purchasers aro secured by the actual holdings of tho Company, (of which they become a part and parcel,) amounting to over two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and consisting of Im proved Real Estate, Investments, etc. Under no consideration whatever will tho total number of shares Issued exceed ten thousand: nor will any ono purchaser bo allowed to subscribe and pay lor moro than one thousand shares, nor less than one singloshare, at tho unirorm rate of ten dollars per share. t" Shares may bo withdrawn at any time upon thirty days' notice, tho holder thereof being en titled to interest thereupon within the first three months, and to both interest and dividends for all timo thereafter profits or dividends being declared or divided equally every throo months. There fs no system of forfeiture, penolty, or enlorced holdings of shares for a time boyond which it may bo Inconvenient or Impossible for tho purchaser to hold out. The prollts are not jobbed up by a few. T"T, v f'5Bi The limited number of shares oirered and tho low purchase price make this the safest, surest, and most profitable investment ever oirered in Washington. Setter Than a Savings Jianlc, Because It pays about four times the Interest. Because the shares aro on tho same security. Better Than a Western Mortgage, Because It pays three times as much Interest. Because shares aro ou established values. Better Than an Insurance Policy, Because you do not have to dio to win. Because you get the profits of your Investment at any time it you wish to withdraw It. Because you protect yourself as well as your family. r H i t I, Butter Than Government Bonds, Because it pays flvo times tho Interest. ! Because you can realize quicker and It Is just s if f as safe. I Better Than Railroad StocJc, Becauso thcro aro moro profits and no risk. Because shareholders aro not liable for any thing they own ovorythlng. HE SOUTHERN LAID COMPANY, Capital J (INCORPORATED,) k, $100,000. Shares, $10 Each. Actual Holdings, 250,000. Shares Now on Sale at the NATIONAL OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D. C. ROBERT E. CLARKE & CO., GENERAL AGENTS, Atlantic Building, 928 and 930 P Street.