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LENOIR CITY. TIIK PUT OF THE CHEAT E. T. V. AND (2. K. R. A Company of Ilusiness Giants "With MOO,000 Capital Supporting itWho Nome of it (iod-Tathers are. Special to the State Ciikonicle I.kndir, Tenn., July 10, 1890. Many inquiries h.tvo been uiado of your cor respondent us to who compose the syn il iu.it o that purchased the beautiful Ixm oir istato situated on the nnin lino of tho East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia H iilroad, twenty three miles south-west of Knoxville and eighty eight miles north cast of Chattanooga. Daily tho question is asked: "What will bo tho policy of the company?" and "Who are to bo the controlling spirits in guiding the destiny of the city of Lenoir proposed to bo built." 1 shall auswer these many personal in quiries through your colnms. A few months ago, the Lenoir estate was purchased by a syndicate composed of (Jen. Hamuel Thomas, Hon. Calvin S. Hriue. Col. U. M. McGhce, John G. Mooro, Esq., E. H. Chapman, Esq., Oli ver 11. Payne, Esq., Col. E. J. San ford, T. 11. Ileald, Esq., W. P. Chamberlain, K.;q , A. J. Albors and C. M. McClung. Tin? lt:oir City Company has been urg:mi.jd with a capital stock of eight hundrt'd with H. J. Sanford, President, and C. M. McCtuug, Secretary and Treasurer. Col. S:iuford, Knoxville Tenn., is President of the Knoxville & Ohio Kail road, PresiJout Loal Creek Mining & Manufacturing Company, President Kuoxvillo Woolen Mill and senior part ner of San ford, Chamberlain & Albers, wholesale druggists, Knoxville, Tenn. He has served continually as Director of highest individual score.' Other special prizes may ba given. ' The contest will be open to all regu larly organized (white) rifle teams, mili tary or civil. The use of any lille will bo permitted, but no telescope sights, hair or set triggers will be allowed. Twenty shots to each man to consti tute a score. Contest to take place in Asheville on Tuesday, August 5, 1890. Mr. Robt. E. Furman, of The Ashe ville Democrat, will have entire charge of the contest, and will gladly furnish an) information desired "We'll Once More Hide the Niggr." There ras a smile in the Radical camp A tmiile of hellish glee When they thought they saw in the Alliance move A glorious chance for "me." But the chasm that yawned was a little thing A breach of small degree And th' Alliance winkedita eye and said, "Mr. ltad, you don't cross on 'we.' " Then the ltads turned round with woeful mien, And cut a sorry figger, And muttering one to another, said, "We'll once more ride the nigger." ICE CELLAR. We wish to announce to all users of ice that we have opened a cellar for its sale t housand ($800,000) dollars, under th Henry Building, opposite the rostomce, where our Mr. R. H. Murphey will be pleased to give every one fnll value of their money on tickets. This ice is made on large iron plates, then cut into blocks. This process insures absolute Purity, wonderful Transpa rency, great Density and freedom from air bubbles. It is more nearly like natural lake ice than It can be made by ADJUSTABLE WIRE SCREENS, FIT ALMOST ANY WINDOW. Absolutely MOSQUITO AND FLY PROOF. BY ITS USE YOU SECURE PERFECT VENTILATION AND KEEP OUT CARPET BUGS, MOTHS, DUST, &o. pbices 25, 35, 40 Cents Each. THOMAS II. BRIGGS & SONS Raleigh, N. O. WOOD, MB & Mil ' EVERT B TVIIO WANTS TO SAVE MONEY ON WONDERFUL MIDSUMMER OFFERINGS- H I N G Should call n u. To the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hal- eigh and vicinity : DOLLARS' WOliTII OF ALL KIND OF 20,000 DRY GOODS WE AHE CLOSING OUT OUll ENTIRE LINE OF OH:iX,IDR.E2Sr'S STJITS AT BONA FIDE COST-NO HUMBUG. At Prices that will Astoniah You. WE SHALL NOT CARRY ANY OUR SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OVER. OF A SUPERIOR LINE OF FURNISHING - GOODS, SHIHTS, COIil AltS, CUFFS ami NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. CROSS & LINEHAN, Hollemaii Building, - - 210 Fayctteville St. It ia to your Interest to Investigate. Our Loss is Your Gain, HISTORY ! LAW! PHILOSOPHY I SCIENCE ! I K. T. V. & O. U. R. Company, for any ofcher Process, but Is much purer and fifteen years. Col. Sanford is a man who has been the architect of his own fortune ; omlowod by nature with great strength of mind and body, coupled with great business sagacity, ho has by dint of hard work, won his way from comparativejpoverty to great affluence, and deservedly rank3 among the fore most tinanciers and business men of Tennessee. C. M. McClnng, tho treasurer of the company, is a native of the city of Knox ville. l'or generations the McClung family have been among the foremost in the bosiueps and social life of that thrifty city. They have been noted for their intelligence, integrity and invaria ble tldelity to every trust reposed in them. Mr. McClunp is a fit representa tive of this family, lie is at present at t'io head of tho largo wholesale hardware how ao of C. M. McClung kCo., of Knox ville, possibly tho largest and most suc cessful wholesale hardware establish ment in the State of Tennessee. It is unnecessary to speak of Hon. Cal vin S. Urice, as he is a man of national reputation for political wisdom, busi ness ability and vast wealth. General Samuel Thomas ia president of the great East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia railway system, which controls four thousand miles of road. Col. C. M. McOhee, of New York, is tho well known president of the Memphis & Cha:l?ston railroad and a many time millionaire. He desires to see his native State, Tennessee, blossom as the rose, and tho city of Lenoir will get the bene fit of his wise counsel, conservative judg ment and great wealth. Hon. Oliver H. Payne, of New York, ranks among the foremost financiers of the nation. Jno. U. Moore and E. R. Chapman, No. 80 Hroadway, New York members of the well known firm of Moore & Sebley, stock brokers. T. H. Heald is President of the Biaok Diamond Coal Company, Knoxvillo, Tenn. W. P. Chamberlain & A. J. Albers mo members of tho largo firm of San ford, Chamberlain & Albers, wholesale druggists, Knoxville, Tonn. It can truthfully ba said, that no de velopment enterprise of similar charac ter was jver organized in the South that htarted out under such favorable auspi ces, and controlled by such an array of business giants as those named above. It was the enterprise and judgment of these men, or some of them, that has built up tho great East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia railroad system, which under their fostering care has grown from a short railroad iu Tennessee to a great truuk hno system, connecting Now York and New Orleans with branches, reach ing in almost every direction. Nor has local development of the country through which their roads pass been neglected by them. By their un flagging zeal and constant exertion, a tide of immigration and capital has flowed Southward, building up towns and cit ies, and developing latent resources. Bristol, Johnson City, Morristown, Ath ens, Knoxville, Cleveland and Chatta- nooga, indeed all the towns along tne MOEE DURABLE, As demonstrated by tests made. Our WHITE-COVERED WAGONS Go wherever wanted in town, both morning and evening. TOBACCO FLUES. I am making a lot of Tobacco Flues all Styles and Sizes. I claim to make as good flue as any one in the State. I put SEVEN RIVETS IN EVERY JOINT, SPECIALTIES : CANE MILLS, CANE MILLS, EVAPORATORS, I EVAPORATORS, COOK STOVES, COOK STOVES, AND DON'T MISS THIS GRAND OPPORTUNITY. WE MEAN BUSINESS. McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEEr 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N.C. FICTION ! WIT1 I J. FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED. TOBACCO FLUES. TOBACCO FLUES. Respectfully, O. S. LUMSDEN, RALEIGH, N. C. CAR LOADS VERY LOW RATES. OCRAOOKE. SUMMER SCHEDULE OF STEAMER BEAUFORT. Prompt Shipments. JONES & POWELL Agents Raleigh Ice Factory. Notice of the Incorporation of Raleigh Paper Co. SCHOOL BOOKS ! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. -ANT ORDER PROMPTLY FILLED BY- COLIN M. HAWKINS & CO., INVESTMENT BROKERS, 331 FAYETTEVILLE ST., Raleigh, N. C. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The INorth Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN I :o:- WE BUY and SELL on COMMISSION ALL CLASSES OF BONDS, STOCKS, AND COMMERCIAL PAPER. 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. 0. We devote special attention to the negotia tion of J. R. FERRALL & CO, FRESH AND RELIABLE BONDS GROCERIES, North Carolina, Wake County Before Clerk Superior Court Notice is hereby given that I have this day issued letters declaring John B. Brewer, J. N. Holding, H. G. Holding and C. E. Brewer, their associates and suc cessors, a corporation under the name and style of Raleigh Paper Company, for the purposes set forth in the articles of agree ment and plan of incorporation which have been tiled and recorded in this office, with all the privileges and powers Tinder chapter 16 of the Code of North Carolina, and the laws amendatory thereof. The main business proposed to be done by tne corporation i3 the making and sell ing of news paper, wrapping paper, and all other kinds of paper usually made out of cotton and linen rags, wood pulp, old paper ana all other kinds of material gen erally used in connection therewith; and the buying and selling of all kinds of rags, old paper, wood pulp, and all other articles, chemicals, &c, of any and every nature needed to effectuate the aforesaid business of the company. The corpora tion proposes to do the following business secondary to the main business, in order to utilize the machinery and water power owned by the company, and to aid the company in doing its main business to wit: the buying of wood, and the making and selling of wood pulp; the buying, sawing and selling of timber of every kind, and the manufacture and sale of all kinds of articles made out of wood, and a combination of wood with iron and other materials; the buying, ginning, manufac turing and selling of cotton; the grinding oi corn and wheat into meal and Hour; the buying, selling and trading of goods" wares, merchandise, farm and household supplies or every kind; the buying and selling of all kinds of property and mate rial, and the doing of all things necessary to carry out and properly conduct the aforesaid business of said corporation. The place of business of s.iid corporation is mainly at the Falls of Neuse River, Wake county, N. C, but said corporation will have An office and receive its mail in the city of Raleigh, said county of Wake. The capital stock of said corporation is forty thousand dollars, divided into four hundred shares of one hundred dollars each, with privilege to increase the capi tal stock to three hundred thousand dol lars. None of the stockholders of said corpo ration are individually or personally lia ble for any debt, contract, liability or omission of, or demand on, said corpora tion. CHAS. D. UPCHURCH, Clerk Superior Court Wake County. July 11, '90 6w For the benefit of those who desire to visit Ocracoke during the Season, the Beaufort will run the following schedule: Lve Washington every Saturday 11 p. m. ' " " Monday 5 a. m. " Wednesday 8 a. m. Close connection with the steamers from Greenville and Tarboro, and the train from Jamesville that connects with the Wilmington A Weldon Railroad. On intermediate days the Beaufort will touch at New Berne, leaving there 7 a. m. Tnesdava and 9 p. m. Thursdays, connecting with Atlantic ltailroad. -FOli- TOWNS, 222 Fayctteville Street. CITIES, RAILWAYS and INDUSTRIAL COMPANIES. Careful attention given to the Investment of funds for out-of-town investors, julv-l-ev dv fr wk thn ev Sun tr 3m Fare. From Washington to Oiracoke and re turn $.50 From New Berne to Ouracoke and return $2.50. Single Trip Tickets $1.50. From Washington to New Berne $2.50. From New Berne to Washington $2.50. AMPLE ACCOMMODATION. SPENCEStBROS., Managers. The Steamer Beaufort has been rebuilt and made larger, and is now a comfortable and seaworthy boat, and has a permit to carry 250 passengers. (julyl7-30d Mortgage Sale. By virtue of a mortgage, executed by James U. Mangnm and wife, Cinthia P. Mangum, bearing date February 14th 1885, and duly recorded in the Register's ' Office of Wake county, N. C, in Book 84, page 228, on March 10th, 1885, I will, on Monday, August 18th, 1890, at the Court House door, in the city of Raleigh, at 12 o'clock p.m., sell to the hisrhest bidder, for cash, the lands therein described, situated in Barton's Creek township, adjoin ing the lands of 8. 8. Brassfield, the heirs of Hillory Thompson and others. Wake Forest, N. C, July 15, 1890. JOUU M. URENStiAW, julyl7-lm Mortgagee. SWVIIN HOTEL, Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C. A New House, with all Modern Improve ments. Centrally located, and is one of the best Hotels in Western North Carolina. Headquarters tor tourists and sportsmen. Hunting and Fishing near Bryson City excellent. Best Accommodations tor Commercial Trav ellers. GEO. W. BLACKBURN, july2-lm Proprietor. fine: frui In view of Hie scarcity ol fresli fruits, we offer a lino assortment of Canned Peaches, &c., at low prices, and guarantee the iinest brands to be much better than the average fresh peach for "Peaches and Cream." Choice California Lemon Cling Peaches, largest cans, 35c; the finest, 40c. Fine Virginia and Mary land Poaches, cans same size, 25e. Good "Pie Peaches," same size, 15c. Special prices for all by the dozen. California Pears, Cherries and Apricots; Pine Ap ples, canned whole, sliced and grated; and a full stock of fine canned goods generally Salmon, Sardines, Shrimps, Kippered Herring, Crabs, Potted Moats, &c, &c. If you need the goods, we will make the prices satisfactory. HARDIN & PESCUD. 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 Cheeso. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup. best in tho wold. IVEortg-ag-o Sale. By virtue of authority conferred in a mort gage, executed by Edward Lane and wife, and recorded in Book 110, on pags 83, in Register oi ueeas omce ot wake county, wo will, on Monday, the 11th day of August, A. D. l'JO, at tho Court-house door, in Raleigh, at 12 m., sell to the highest tiddcr lor cash, the follow ing described lot of land, with tho buildings and improvements thereon, in the southern portion of the city of Raleigh, on tho western side of Manly street, part ot city lot, No. 533, adjoining the lot of the Colored Christian Church, Geo. W. Dunn and others, and moro fully described in said mortgage. PEELE & MAYNARD, julyS-lawlm. For Mortgagee. PEE TTY FUEIsTITURE MAKES COSY HOMES 1 COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE 1 Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Cream Codfish and Mackerel. Fine For Breakfast- Fresh Oatflakes, ready in fifteen min utes; oat meal, grits; the finest Roe Herring, Canned Tripe, Mackerel, Smok ed Beef, &c, &c. HARDIN & PESCUD. Grand Central Hotel, Asheville, N. C. -AND- A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by tho liberal terms they offer on all kinds of FUKN1TUKE! lino of tho road, have felt the magic power of their mighty hand for good. Railways being the greatest develop in p agencies of this aee. any town that istarts ,in tho raco of progress with a groat railway system as its promoter and Jouuder, ia peculiarly fortunate. The Norfolk te Western and the Shenandoah Valley Railways have transformed the mountain hamlet of Big Uck, Virginia, into tho thriving city of Roanoke, with its twenty thousand population. Your correspondent speaks "ex ca thedra" but from all appearances, it can bo safely said, that the young city of Lonoir starts off with all these advanta ges and will be the pet child of the E. E V. & O. R. K. system. There is no more eligible point in all the South at which to build up a great manufacturing city. Rex. tan B&plisi Female Mile, MURFBEESBORO, N. C. NATT. ATKINSON & SON, REAL ESTATE DEALERS, Asheville, N. C. Send for price-list of Properties offered by us, embracing all kinds of CITY PROPERTY, FARMS, TIMBER, AND MINERAL. LANDS IN WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA. Located in the business centre of the city. It is headquarters for travelling men. The rooms and the tables of this Hotel are good and the board very moderate. It is on the Btreet car line, direct from iha depot. It is eituated on both sides of Patton avenue, con nected by a picturesque bridge over the street. This ia decidedly, from moa: consid erations that would actuate men, the most de sirable Hotel to stop at in tho city. Terms: $1.50 to $2.00 per day; $7.00 to $10.00 per week. Special rates to families. S. li. CHEDEiSTElt & SON, july2-2m Proprietors. Mortgage Sale. Wo refer to all the Banks jnly!9-2m of Asheville. Parents and guardians will do well to note the following facts: The Institute was located at Murfreesboro in preference to many other very desirable places because of its celebrity for health, and the history of the school for more than forty years demonstrates the wisdom of their course. RALEIGH DYE WORKS D. W. C Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Fast colors guaranteed and wai ranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Gloves, curtains, pmmes, learners, anu, in By virtue of authority conferred in a mort gage, executed by George Green, and record ed in liegister'a office of Wake county, in Book 95, page 308, 1 will, on the 9th of August A. D. 1890, at the Court House door in Kaleigh, at twelve o'clock m., sell to the highest bidder for cash, fifteen acres of land situate in Bwilt Creek township, adjoining the lands of Geo. Bluford, A. J. Wootall, B. Bell, D. C. Gill and others, and more fully described in said mortgage. B. F. CHEATHAM, Agt., Mortgagee. july9-tds JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., 133 Fayettevixlf Street asd 5 Habgett St New Catch N. O. Roe and Cut Herrings. BUFEALO LITHIA SPRINGS HOTEL, Mecklenburg County, Atlantic & Dan ville Railroad, Virginia. Open June 1st. New buildings, Hot and Cold Mineral Water Baths, Befitting and furnishing generally, Bowling Alley, good Livery, first-class fare and service with a rail road running to the Hotel door, together with the free use of this famous water, make this a most pleasant and desirable place to spend the summer. A train will make close con nection with all day trains on tho R. & D. It. It. at Clarksville, and passengers taken without delay to the Springs. Two mails daily. Terms reasonable. Write for pamp let. Dr. F. S. Wheley, resident phvsician. M. L. OGLESBY, jnel7-t' Manage5. ROUND KNOB HOTEL, McDowell County, N. C. An hours ride lrom Asheville on the W N. C. Jt. It. A short distance from the foot of the Pinacle of the Blue Ridge, from which balsamic breezes are constantly blowing. The scenery is picturesque, walks wild and varied, and water pure and abund ant. Lithia water a few steps from the front door. Electric bells and bath rooms. Special rates given to families. Opens June first. For terms, address J. BULOW ERWIN, July 10 Im Proprietor. Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Buita, complete, In great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. We will accommodate you and please you you will let us, We have too many things to talk about. Come and see them 1 It will bt like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Place. S 1 5 wm I Have just returned from the North ern Markets with the largest and best assortment of Imported SPRINCi AND SU.H3IER SUITINGS ever offer ed in the city of Ifaleitffi. My terms MISS MAGGIE REESK are CASH, which wlH enable mo o sell these goods at astonishingly low MIDSUMMER MILLINERY. figures. Come early and make your selection before my Stock has been picked over. We will begin now to close out all Children's and Misses- Colored Hats at Half Price. Among the lot are desira ble styles for travelling or school. Pleasure taken in Showing Stock and explaining how an elegant and satis factory outfit can be had at small cot. OPEN TO THE WOULD. A :rand Itille Contest at Asheville, August 5thf 300 in Prizes. Capt. V. E. McBee, Superintendent ,t the K.chuaond and Danville Railroad Company, offers a prize of ono hundred fctid fifty dollars in gold to the rifle team of seron making the highest score, off hand, at Creed more target, according to the rules of the National Rifle Associa tion. A Second Prize .of one hundred dollars will be given the Cppp RnardinP and DaV ScIlOOl tnam making ths second highest score. OolrJul DUdlUlli&aiiu uay owiuui WHIM O A Third Prize For Young Ladies and Little Cilrls. of fifty dollars will be given the team Hlllsl)Oro, - - N. C. making the third highest score. Qf A Fourth rrize and mBQ jollocks 8Chool will open Sep- of ten dollars will bo given the member tember 4, 1890. Circulars on application, of any contesting team who makes tho June 12 deod-w3m The beauty of the location is not surpassed j- fact everything cleaned and renovated and made as bright ana soft as new. Special attention to orders through mail. Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Street, may 16 Raleigh, N. O. All Fancy Ribbons Regardles of Cost. in North Carolina. The dormitories were refurnished and carpeted last summer. The course of instruction is as extensive as the demands of the public will allow. Only the best and most experienced teach- ers are employed in all departments, and the work done is thorough. The charges are as reasonable as they can bo made for the class of work done. The fall session begins on Wednesday, September 10th. For Catalogue or additional information, address JNO. B. BREWER, PRESIDENT. julyH-dAwCw -BUY -BUY THE THE BEST-BEST- Onr entire stock of Haywood Whitejulphur Springs. Always a favorite with Eastern people, now with A. J. Rutjes as Manager, all may iook out for a good season. This resort has greater altitude than any other mountain resort. The fare, of course, with Mr. Ruties at the head of the tables, will be splendid. Fine sulphar and cool spring water; bracing, invigorating air, refreshing nights, electric bells, moderate rates, &c., are some of the attractions. If you contemplate visiting the mountains this sea son, by all means go to Haywood. jne20-2BiQ8 Stop at Hotel Merriam ! At Depot. Largest in City. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. 8teamers and Cars leave the Hotel every day. J. E. MERRIAM, Proprietor, Washington, N. C. We Have Just Reoeived a Full Line of Ptb Henderson's GARDEN SEED GARDEN PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS SEED Everything Pertaining to the Garden JAMES MoKIMMON & CO. JAMES MoKIMMON & CO.- ANTED I Situation as Stenograper and Typewriter by a young lady of expe rience. Address MI8S HAL LIE K. STEVENS, jnel5-tf McClammy, N. C. I. WINETROB, MERCHANT TAILOR, 114 Fayetterille St. To be Closed Out at 50 cents; from 50 cents to $1.75. worth SOME GOOD STYLES and NUMBERS. We will not carry corsets another season, so reduce them to mrkke a clean sweep. Miss Maggie Reese, 209 Fayetteville Bt. SUMNER & WATTS, Tonsorial Artists, Have opened a flret-class Shavine and Hair Dressing Salmon at Fraps' old stand, Fayette ville street, Ualeigh, H. U. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. mchd-tf THE IjORETTA HALL, II ot Springs, N. C. OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. Select Boarding by MK3.D. H. WILLIAMS. Terms $8. OO to $10.00 Per Week. Special Rates to Families. jne21-lm THE OAKS HOTEL, Asheville, N. C. Situated in a manjificent erove. on the line of the street railway, in the heart of the city. "One of the finest, if not the largest, hotels in the city" (to quote from the Evening Journal). "lheuaKs ia ceriamiv, in many respects, ono of the most desirable for those seeking Lealtn or pleasure. Terms reasonable. H. J. QUEEN WELL, Owner and Prop'r. A. B. Sites, A. S. Rkadixo, Manager. Head Clerk. jne!5-2moa