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STATE OHBOJTCOLE, SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1890.
I ' ' 1 - NEW AND POPULAR MUSIC ! If von Love mo Darling, Tell me with your Kyc." By lliBiunn Smith, 25c. "The Sons I'll Never Forget." By Juliar Jordan, 60c. "That Melody Divine." By Jplu Jordan, 60c. Light of My Life." By Jclia Jordan, COc. Comes McUinty." By Henry Ballou, 40c. Vt, 4c, Ac. "iiaiii""guitaus. Our alc oi Guitar for the past thirty days ha moro than doubled those of tho previous mouth. During this week wo will offer a special dis eount of ten per cent, on "Harp" Guitars. Tho reason we do this is to get this guitar thoroughly known. To do this we havo to Ki t them in the hands of tho public. Every body whould havo one, and now is the time to mvve two or three dollars on it trom the itlroady low priers. Wo havo a lull and cloctod stock iind ovcry instrument is war ranted. NOKTII STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil O. Stone, Mo'r, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. O. J NO. W. CROSS. CROSS & LINEHAN, W. A. LINEHAN. -LEADERS IN- Fine Clothing, Hats and Gents' Furnishings, SOLE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED- G.C. SHIRT FINE - NECKWEAR - A SPECIALTY. FULL LINE OF CHILDREN'S AND Boys' Clothingl TI18TH CABOLIM STEEL IBOI CO 210 Fayetteville St., GKREEHSTSBOPtO, 1ST. O. GOLDEN GOODS MUST BE SOLDI 300 1CG8 f wo1' Wac an clred dress goods at a fraction more than hall C A pieces black and colored silks (plain and fancy Surah silks) at far less than New Ox) York cost. 200 aU an ancy arasoa a e8a than factory cost. 2000 eCCS acne8' Cambric and Muslin Underwear, at 50c. on the dollar. 400 Gent3' dresa Shirta at COc- 85c- and 90c- worth 85c, $1.10 and $1.25. O t A pairs Gents' and Ladies' hand-welt and hand-sewed fine Shoes, and you can save Z,0) from $1.00 to $2.00 on any pair of them. A complete line of French and American Corsets at a large discount from regular prices. White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Neck-wear, Ribbons, Fancy Braids, Collars, Cuflfe, Cravats, Jewelry and a host of other things that you can buy at prices that will simply astonibh you. THE GOODS MUST BE SOLD. TJJPOIITJXfcOtl & NORRIS, Trustees. HISTORY ! LAW! PHILOSOPHY 1 SCIENCE ! I FICTION ! WIT! I A DRAWING CARD, A RUNAWAY HORSE ! Who ever aw a runaway horne tearing thing all to piece and then not be a crowd around? LOW PRICES In our drawing card, one would think, if ho idntald drop in to nee ua enio Saturdays. Some hours of that day there is just a mob of trade, and wu tru' wlu-n our regular cus tomers find us in that dilemma they will be patient with u. SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. OFFICERS: President, James A. Odell ; Vice-President, Julian S. Carr ; General Manager, J.J. Newman; Treasurer, 8. H. Wiley; Secretary, Chas. D. Benbow; Financial Agent, Robert T. Gray: Attorney, Theo. F. Ktuttz. Executive m xinamk committee james a. uaeii, u. w. u. Benbow, Julius A. Gray. Directors A. B.Andrews Second Vice-President R. & D. R. R. Co., Raleigh: James A. Odell, President Odell Hardware Co., Greens- ' boro, N. C; Julius A. Gray, President Cape Fear fe Yadkin Valley Railway Company, Greensboro, N. O. ; Theo. F. Kluttz, Attorney-at-Law, and President Yadkin Railroad Company, Salisbury, N. C; JulianS. Carr, President Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Company, Durham, N. C; D. W. C. Benbow, Greensboro, N. C, Robert T. Gray, Attorney-at-Law, Raleigh, N. C. -ANY ORDER PROMPTLY FILLlED BY- ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. The Company owns the Famous Ore Hill " Property, in Chatham Co., N. C, that has been noted as an iron prop erty for more than a century. Ores from it were used in the manufacture ol iron during the Revolutionary war. During the late civil war the Confederate Government selected this locality as the site of large iron and ordinance works, because of the exceptionally High Grade of its Ores. The lack of railroad facilities has made impossible, hitherto, the profitable utilization of these ores on any large scale. The locality is now, however, made accessible by the Cape Fear and Yadkin Valley Railroad, which passes through the property. Some of the most noted iron men in America have examined and reported on these ores, and so far as the directors of this company know, there has never been an expert report on it that was not highly favorable. Prof. Chas. D. Wilber, inspec or of mines and mineral lands, formerly State Geologist of Illi nois and mining expert for the Northern Pacific R. it., visited Ore Hill 'n 1884. Extracts from hi3 report and the opinions of Dr. E. Emmon3, formerly State Geologist of North Carolina; Prof. W. C. Kerr, State Geologist; Prof. F. A. Genth, of Phila delphia; S. A. Richards, formerly Superintendent of the Joliet Steel Company; Mr. Thomas Graham, a prominent iron manu facturer ot Philadelphia, and others, are published in the Com pany's prospectus. The "Manufacturer's Record," of Baltimore, having learned of the proposed organization of this company, investigated, on its own account, the Ore Hill Tract. The report of the ex pert, Mr. Thomas P. Williams, M. E., is also givsn in the prospectus. The company recently employed Mr. Frederick Il.Smilh, of Baltimore, a noted mining engineer and mineralogist, to ex amine the property. His report confirmed all that had been claimed, and he advised the company to build the furnaces. Mr. Smith is a man of such eminence in his profession that it would bs superfluous to make any mention of the value of hi report. He is a member of the American Societv of Civil Kn- giueers, a member of the American Institute of Mining En gineers. Coke for the furnaces will be brought from Pocahontas, '24T, miles, by the Norfolk & Western and Cape Fear & Valley I Railroads, which will connect at the State line near Mount ! Airy, N. C. ; In the organization of the company the projectors had in . view: j First The building of furnaces for the manufacture of iron I and steel and ultimately the building of rolling mills ami other j industries for the utilization of the product of the furnaces. bECOND Ihe acquisition of a considerable area of land around the locality that might be selected as the site of the furnaces, in order that the company mizht itself enloy the r suit? of its own work, by getting the benetit of the increase in real estate values that would follow the establishment of fur naces and other industries. Third The inauguration of a general development and town-building enterprise, starting with an attempt to secure the location on its property, of iron, wood, textile and other industries, thus bringing together an aggregation of factories and stores, and a continually increasing population, with the resulting need for land for business and resident purposes. -:o:- BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN! CLOTHIERS SHATTERS J, R. FERRALL & CO,, FRESH AND RELIABLE GROCERIES, 222 Fayetteville Street. Evaporated California Apricots. Peaches, Prunes, Raspberries, &c, &c. N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New York Medium Beans. California Dried Lima Beans. Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for Macaroni. Edam and Pine-apple Cheese. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in the world. SPECIALTIES IN FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards without limitation as to variety and beauty. Complete catalogue free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, N. O. Greensboro, the location of the North Carolina Steel and Iron Works, has a population now of 7,000, is the capital of Guilford County. It is the junction of three railroads. It is most favorably situated and climate genial and healthful. It has already 37 industrial institutions and 100 wholesale and retail stores. During the past five years Greensboro has doubled in population. No effort has ever been made to stimulate its growth beyond the usual exertions of legitimate business. It is beyond all question the most central, healthy and desirable for all kinds of trade and manufactur ing as any spot in the United States. BARGAINS AT W00LLC0TT & SON, 14 E. MARTIN STREET. ELEGANT CHALLIES, 5c. a yard. LADIES' RIBBED VESTS, 10 CTS. EACH. Bun Umbrellas, from 55 cents each. A Largo Assortment of Ladies' and Misses' Hats, 25c. Gents' Gauze Shirts, 25c each. 500 TBS. LADIES' GLOVES AND MITTS, 25c. FOR DINNER DESSERT AND TEA. Everything in the way of first-class canned goods: Reaches, ears, Apricots, every description; bhrimps, balmon, Crabs, .Lobsters, acc. Best goods, lowest prices. A good corn, standard No. 2 size. at iuc. per can is a cheap vegetable. HARDIN & PESCUD. TOWN SI PROPERTY. OTJK STOCK OF Laces, Embroideries and Embroidery Skirting is the prettiest and cheapest in the city. Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters, lionclcsa Cream Codfish and Fine Mackerel. . SURAH SILK (All Shades) at 50c. a yard. THE BEST CORSET IN TOtfN POR 50c. And very good one for 25c. Onr line of Pants Goods For Cheapness and Quality cannot be sur passed. Now Catch N. C. Roe and Cut Herrings. RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dvin ' and cleaning and renovation of clotoiiig a wpecialty. Fast colora guaranteed and warranted not to smut. Work done by the latent devices and on the mot approved plan. (Hov., curtains, plumes, feathers, and, In laof, everything cleaned and renovated and in 1.. if. am bright and eolt as new. Sp' cial attention to orders through mail. Lail on or wruo u "UAKUI3 DYE WORKS," Martin Street, may 10 Raleigh, N. C. We are receiving daily, bv Express, all the latest styles in Ladies' Hats, Wreaths, Rib bons, .Laces, Jiitc. A few pieces of White and Pink Tarleton, Satines, Dress Goods, White Goods in every style and quality. SEASONABLE GOODS! REFRIGERATORS, Ice Cream Freezers, Fly Flans, Fly Traps, Hammocks, CROQUET SETTS, FLOWER POTS, RATH TUBS, OIL STOVES, WIRE DISH COVERS, NEW ROE HERRINGS. Thirty thousand new Roe Herrines. Finest c ish, packed expressly to order: at retail, and in half barrels, containing one hundred pounds of fish net. Weight guaranceea. HARDIN & PESCUD. FLOUR, FLOUR. Triplett's "Monarch," "Stock's Queen," ,ne ier as low as the lowest. and the ever popnlar Patapsco brands, "superlative" ana "urange urove. .Prices HARDIN & PESCUD. IMPORTED SUITINGS FOR Spring and Summer Wear. After five years' cxporienco in North Caro lina and catering to the wants of my patrons and the pcrlic generally I find that the Im ported Woollens take tho best and give bet ter satisfaction than our domestic goods. I havo bought direct this season my entire tock of , WOOLLENS, consisting of first-class Diagonals, Corkscrews, English and French Silk, Tibet Granite Cloths, Blonny and Irish Tweeds, Vienna and Australian Woollons, in rough and smooth (aco coods. Prices have been put lower than ever before for same quality of goods. O. N. WALTERS, 231 FayettoTillo St., RALEIGH, N. C. racUlO-lstJuno COOK STOVES, A Full Line. AT J. C. S. LUMSDEN'S, RALEIGH, N. C. mayl7-3m ml MM Manufacturers and WHOLESALE and RETAIL DEALERS -IN RALEIGH, N. C. The makers of the Ball corset have a bon-fire two or three times a year to burn up the corsets that women have worn a week or two or three, and taken back to the stores because they didn't like 'em. How many corsets get burned, do you think ? One in three-thousand. That means that when three-thousand women try the Ball corset, one of 'em makes up her mind that it isn't the corset for her. That's too bad ! A corset that's right for two-thousand nine-hundred and ninety-nine women ought be pretty nearly right for the other one. Her husband must nave nis nanus full ? We have a primer on Cor sets for you at the store. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Before announcing its purpose, the Company, through its agents, secured options on about 2,500 acres of very desirable property adjacent to Ureensboro, some oi it being witnm the corporate limits, and the whole of it being in an almost solid body. About 1,500 acres have already been purchased, and the remainder is being taken up as the options expire. The whole of it has been secured at an average price of $35.00 an acre. This is no more than has been paid for the town site lands on which most of the industrial towns of the South have been built up, and in comparison with which this has the immeasurable advantages of extensive: railroad connections And facilities unexcelled by any of them; an active, progressive town of 7,000 to start with. Water-work?, gas works, electric light works, paved streets, churches ana schools, elegant houses, an established society, and all tho attractions that pertain to an old commuinty. THE SURVEY of the Town Lots is now progressing, and it is expected that the Company will have a sale of lots in May. Lxtra inducements will ba ottered by the company to any xina or industry that will locate on on the Company's lands, and 3srxjFJLOTXJR.i3sra- T Will be donated. Greensboro is destined to equal any of the Southern towns in push, energy and success. It is confi dently expected that there will be 25,000 inhabitants here in five years. spri ii mm mi I Have just returned from the North ern Markets with the largest and best assortment ol Imported SPRING AND SUMMER SUITINGS ever ofler- Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 28, We will run delivery wagona :for the con venience of private families. pr25-tf ed in the city of Raleigh. My terms are CASH, which will enable me o sell these goods at astonishingly low figures. Come early and make your selection before my Stock has been picked over. Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and explaining how an elegant and satis factory outfit can be had at small cost. I. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR, 1 14 Fayetteville St. LAND SALES Judging from the experience of other development enterprises, it would seem to be within a reasonable ?.Ld and conservative limit to expect within two years to realize from sale3 or lots, covering a compara tively small part of the total area of land purchased, an aggregate sum Equal to tli e Oapital Stools: of the CoinpMi . This, wheu added to the expected profit from the Company's furnaces and other works, makes the opening for the investment of capital one of the most inviting that has been presented to the public since the beginning of the present industrial era in the South. THE COMPANY WILL BUILD AT ONCE TW O 75 TON FURNACES, ONE TO MAKE BESSEMER IRON AND THE OTHER MILL AND FOUNDRY IRON. SUCCESS There is no doubt as to the success of the Company. This is purely a North Carolina industry, and there is no reason why the Stato cannot become one of the great iron producers of the country. People of North Carolina! Look at what your sister States are doing. You can do a3 well, if not better, if yon will only have confidence in what you have got. Subscribe liberally to the stock and trust the men who are at the head of the Company. Their names alone n-arantee as to the reliability and successful management; this, also, backed by the foster ing interests of the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley, and Richmond & Danville Railroads. THE CAPITAL STOCK OF THE COMPANY IS $1,000,000. Large subscriptions have already been received at par. None of the stock will be sold t less than par. The proceeds will go into the Treasury, to be used for development purposes, with a view to making valuable the company lands. It is probable that when one-half the stock ($500,000) has been subscribed for, the books will be closed until after the first land sale. For particulars as to time of payment, &c, address THE COMPANY, GREENSBORO, N. C.