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JOSEPH K. EGBERTS, ) F
FRED. SASSCER, Jr., f hDITOR> *
Vol. 5.
thue"
prince €npiw
~ IS PUBLISHED KVKEV FRIDAY
AT UPPER MARLBOROUGH, Mo
T E R MSP E U V EAR;
If Fnid In Advance
If not Fnid in Advance 5,1
To JtlnlMers and Teachers at half-price.
Advertisements conspicuously inserted at the rate
of One Dollar per square for the first insertion, ami
Fiftv Cents for each subsequent insertion, hijrht
Hues (or its equivalent in space) constitute a square-
A fraction oi asquure. when it exceeds a halt. w.ll
be counted as a wh'-.e square—h!i under will be
rated as a half. Liberal be
niHile with those who wish to advertise by the year;
but those who advertise by the year, must confine
f heir advertisements to their own buxine**. All
letters, communications. Arc., should be addressed to
the undersigned,
ROBERTS A SASSCER,
EutToit*.
Upper Marlborough,
Prof ex si on a 1 Cards.
Dr. Normau B. Scott,
HAVIM; determined to locate in ltd*
Town ( tiers ins professional services to
the public. lie can be found at llte office of
Ins fattier Or. Richard .1. Scott. when not
professionaliy encased.
< Mobcr >—ly.
JO-KPH K. ISOIIKRTS. WII.LIAM STAXI.KY.
Roberts & SJanlej,
Attorneys at Law,
l ri’F.U MAR I. COR O', MD.
HAVING associated tiien-.scker in Hie
practice < f I, iw, oiler H eir professional
services to Ihe public.
They will practice in the Courts of Prime
George's and tTie adjoining counties am! the
Court of Appeals.
C^ - *Prompt attention given to business.
Jan S— 18W*— ly.
R. B-B. CHEW. Jr,
j^torney-at-tMw ,
C’prEß M a 2:1 boimV, P- G. Co..Mi!., •
\\TILL praciice in the Courts of Prince
\\ Rwrt-oe's Hiid the adjoining counties,
mid pimp*Ty an m! to all business entrusted
lo him. .
Also repiv-fir mg W. 'l'. Miaekeltor.l, gen
eral InMiiance AgetD. Haiti more,
jo. Isi INHJ— ly.
FEED. SASSCER, Jr.,
jttonifj awl Counsellor at Law,
uFrF. It MAItL BO It O'. M l>.
R. B. B. CHEW,
.A. 11 c ney at Law,
Upper Marlboro’, i J - G. Co-, Mu.:
WII.L practice in the Courts of 1 Vince
George's and the adjoining counties
and H e Court of Appeals.
Dtcemlier 23,15 S
RICHARD E. BRANDT,
Attorney at Law,
UPPER MARLBORO’,
Pittses George's County, Md.,
WILL practice iV. Hie Courts of Prince
George’s and adjoi ling counties. Pas
licular attention given to Hie collection •"
claims, etc. [July 22. 1881—ly.
JOS. A. A- JOS. S. ’iVILSOA,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFCIS;
Upper Marlboro', Prince George'* Co., MJ.
Prince Frederick , Culvert Co., Md.:
VITILL practice in the Courts of Prince
VV George’s, Calvert, Charles and Saint
Mary’s Counties and Court of Appeals
February IS, 1881 —if
FILLMORE BEALL,
Attorney at Law,
Ohoancey Building, No. 31 St..
WASHIStiTOX. • C'.s
\ITILL practice in the Courts of Prince
W George’s and the adjoining counties. —
Letters addressed to Boltsvilie will receive
prompt attention.
January 3, 187'- I —lv
DANIEL H. MAC RUDE
(lute of Hie Court of Appeal*.
Attorney-at-Law,
FRIXCE F BUD ERICK,
VALfF.KT CVrSTT, MAnTLAXH,
Will practice in the Court of Appeals and
in the Courts of St. Mary’s, Calvert, Anne
Arundel. Prince George's and Charles Conn
ies. Office and address, Annapolis, Md.
March 30, 18-S3 —tt’
c. H. STANLEY,
Attorney at Law,
No. S Courtliind Street,
(near Lexington.)
BALTIMORE, Md.:
WILL practice in the Courts of Prince
George’s and the adjoining counties.—
U tiers addressed to him at Laurel will receive
prom, t alter.t on.
February 10, IST!—tf
C. (• magrudei*, Jr.,
attorney at la w,
UPPER 2SAKLBOBOUQH:
Uf ILL PRACTICE in the Courts of Prince
George's, ihe tdjoining toanties. and the
Court of Appeals. Jit. 10, 1862—tf
William I. Hill,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Upper Marlborough:
HAVING resumed the practice of La v> in Up
per Marlborongn. will promptly attend to
any oasmesaentrusted to his care.
Upper Marlboro’ June .20, 1806—U
W. J. LATIMER,
S LT RYLYOR,
Upper Marlborough,
Prince George*? County, Maryland.
May Id. ItCvf-ly
rn Id.! ins seivices
I ia i:is public as a Veterinary Surgeon,
aftd damn to car • fistula, sweeuey, splinter,
win J galls He.
JOHN If. JOHNSON
Mitchellville, P. Geo's Co.
A;> -H I l. I'B>—:f.
v&'lilnnks and Hand I'JHs
a/ i,lt kinds fainted (tf this
off it- oi iow rates.
She prince vfu’imji'4 enquirer.
AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND ADVERTISER.
Commission Merck a n is.
*
VJ. M. MOOUK. J- F. MUM).
Wm. H. Moore & Co., i
)
; GROCERS
5 j and
t j Commission .fihrrlwnh
: ■*> c,
f 105 South Charles St.,
5
i i ILvltimokk. Mu.
> j
Particular attention given to inspection and |
j sale of TOBACCO, the sale of Grain and all
! kinds of Country Produce.
_ ! Dec 25, 18S5—ly. i
| bonis P. Defrick & Son.
; Mefcltanis
FOR THE SALE OF
Leaf Tobacco, Grain,
AND
OTHER COBOTRT PRODUCE,
108 S. Charles Street,
BALTIMORE.
I Mr. R. O. Mullikin will have charge of
all Tobacco consigned to me.
XT’ConslgnmentN Solicited, and
Liberal Advances Made.
| Jan. IS, 1386—1 y.
i JXO. It. HUDGINS & CO.,
Smnmissimt fhrcjmirts,
WHOI.KSAt.K AMi RETAIL DEALERS Of
sat, Mizjij.rxiaz},
Corn leal, drain. Straw. Seeds,
Cor Pratt SI A: IflcElderrv"*
Wharf,
BALTIMORE. Mu.
Apr. 2,1S C C -Cm.
I Thomas C. Price & Co.
* Commission Merchants.
55 S. Charles St reel, ItALTIMOIt E,
FOR SALE OF
I TOBACCO; GRAIN, WOOL, i
! and all country produce.
Leo 11. HAYDEN former Tobacco Inspec
tor gives his pei*S(*uai attoitlou to thi
tiram-h.
CyConsianniei.ts solicited, promising <mr
best efforts U give satisfaction.
FERTILIZERS.
BUY OUR VICTOR F()K T() -
BACCO. It lias -'ood I he. lest 7 years trial,
tud has the deserved reputation of making the
FINEST QU ALITY and as MUCH TOBAC
CO as any Fertilizer in the market. It does
not Sre, hut keeps tlie Tobacco growing until
ripe, and coring lifcely. It is a special Tobao
co ami Wheat Fertilizer. Our
tr idTI ~r .V, specialty tor Wheat,
ana Wheat and Corn Fertilizer have proved
their value for these and other crops.
Our FERTILIZERS are rich in the best i
crop producing elements in the most perfect
combination, and we confidently offer them
to Farmers for good crops, line clover fields 1
and permanent improvement of their lands. |
I them.
March 20, 18S0 ly.
| “ i
IS. C. Finalstman. Jon* Syngas
J. 11. DOIISKTT
with i
! PBUSSTMAN & STOKES, ;
GENERAL,
Commission Merchants,
TOBACCO. GRAIN, FRI'IT, !
and WOOL,
10G S. Charles St..
Baltimore, Yld
Seeds and Fertilizers Always oa Hand.
FEFEKENCES.
National Union Bank of Maryland; Ann
strong, Gator ,v Co: John A. Dnshane A (’
Jati. 16, JSfili— ly
I -
I Hotels, Restaurants, Etc.
gvosspfrt Jiivh goiiiSf,
. NIAGARA FALLS, NEW YORK.
TER.3VIS:
f I „
1 $2, .$2.1)0 and $3 per JJa//.
For ucuK>n.*. travelings upon Bum nest* or
J pleasure, w.tli alone. <r with parties *f
tourists the niOSPKT fIRk HOISE Is
THE BEST HOTEL AT \IU.4HA FALLS )
S. R PORTER,
c June iT—tf. M axahek and Ci.krk. ;
e' - -
Grand Central Hotel,
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
Ho. 13 .tltßKi:i SPACE, 1
j Between Hawk ,V Ixuuhard Streets.
BALTIMORE, Ml).
Free (Nincert Every Uyeuing.
(T?*The whole Ropse tpw |y title*! up.
Rooms in fnsitcho style. First-elass Rooms
I by the Day, 50 cis., with Board *I.OO. First
class waiters in an-aiidance. Bar stocked w ith I
the finest Wines, Litjuors and Cigars.
ET-oPKN AI L NiGHT.-.y
Citizens Line . f Cars pass at the corner of j
Lombard and Market .Space.
Capl. ( HAS. M YEDS. Prop,
s Jan. US, 1384-lv
NOTJC K.
. T> KItSONS having tiaek la.ye# 1 pay ,an i
I I save a liberal discount by purchasing i
- | County Paper, which they can obtain in vniX j
v ! to suit for all years from lJj4 to 1 oS-y inch)- ;
'■ j si,t by applying to Hie nndersisned
’ ,1.11 S. SASSCER.
*)>'l. 22 Uppvi Marltporo', Md.
UPPER MARLBOROUGH, MU., FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1887.
! Lansburg $■ Bro's Column.
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LANSBURG & BRO.
i
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A*S 'I IIK SKASON Las now fully olvaneed
and |ie(>ple must hoy, we would reipiest
a call. We claim a good many good and -ol
id reisons that i light to imbue you to buy
from os. That our stock is the largest no one
will dispute. We have no competition as far
as variety and comple'enais of slock \< con
cerned.
OTJK PRICES
WE WILL ALWAYS
GUARANTEE.
Bui what wt lay particular stress on Is our
peifeet light for the ale of Dress Goods. Now
this ought to tie .sufficient i-eason lor any one
buying from u, if our other inducements
stand the test.
Ours i< the only establishment in the Uni
ted States that devotes one entire room, 127
feet long ny 32 wide an ! 23 high, for the sale
of Dress Goods only.
THE LIGHT
IN THIS BOOM IS
PERFECT.
Yon can coma room on the darkest
day and liny I), e** G aids’with a char light
Where else will yon have such in Incen ent
offered ymt ?
Our stuck is indisputably Hu largest in the
city. Every pric-i of go ids is mark'd in plain
figures.
Ons Price to Everybody.
We Have Placed un Our Coun
ter*, in Onr Dress Good*
Department
250 pieces All-Wool Homespun*, 54 inches,
wide, in all conceivable colors, patterns and
mixtures, among them some choice novelties
really worth double the money asked. We
will sell for7sc p-r yard.
78 piece* All-Wool and bilk mixed Heath
er mixtures, 42 inches wide, just the article
for a nobby, inexpensive dress: 50: p-r yard.
These goods were bough' to sell for 75c per
yard.
35 pieces Extra Hearv All-Word French
Cheviot Suiting*. 54 inehe* -. ide. Si pet yd :
clieai> at $1 40.
22 p'ec ■* ini|*irted t.ladslone Mixtures, ail
wool 54 inches wide, tin* in i*t stylish talnic
of the *a*on, $1.25 p*r yd ; wmtli $1.75.
4<t pieces Frencn .Satin Armure’s Self-
Stripes, with could combinations to match,
42 inches wide, all wool of Hr most sn,erior
finality.
SiiipeJ Satin Armine / SI.'M pm
Plain Satin Arninre \ yard.
31 pieces Scot, h II dr Lines all wool and
silk lines, excelteic eoniiiination ol colors,
correct in s'yle, 54 inches wide; ?t 25 jet
yard.
■_s AH-W 00l Hair-line*, choice style*. 54 in
wile, at !Mc p i yard ; cheap at $ .25
50 | jcces All-wool Serge, iiou-ciusliable
and a, e-K t s' oie. just ll e I long lor service,
45e per yard ; wo Hi fiOc.
pH I Die*.* l!o‘es of all colms and styles,
ranging in pri •• liom $7 s' In $25.
All-Wool < a-Iniieic, 36 inches wide, -toe
l*‘i yard.
All-wool 1 ■ n e. 3- tlic'.e* wide, 50- per
yaid.
All-wool Gassiniir. 40 in die.* wide, .'5 • [ier
yard.
Camel’s Ha r Ditss Good*, 42 inches wide,
M per yard ; only in navy blue, three browns
and green
French Tricots, 42 inches wide, ail wool,
$1 per yard.
In cloths for ladies' wear wu have the great
est offering cf the season.
44-iuch wide Camel's Hair Hi mespuns. all
wool. 37 J,c |*-r yard. Don't forget, 44 ineh-'S
wide, and all wool, all sludes. .175 ' p-r yd.
4 4 Ladies' Cloth, all shades, all wo d, 40c
]iei yard.
4 I Triful*. ail shades, all wool. .’,oc per yd.
6 (Twilled Cloths for ladies' wear, 75 - [-r
yard.
I 6 4 Fine French Tricots, 51 per yard.
By our t|Uotingoidy the All woo! Goods we
j do not wish the puldic to believe that we do
i not carry cheaper grades We dr , ami a* e\-
| lensiveiy as the higher-priced good-.
Dress Goods as low as I - .*, ei ms c.n al
ways be found on oui c uniiei*
|
LANSBURG & BRO
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hy the immense popular demand
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chitis,Whooping Cough,lnrijiicnt
Consumption and fertile relict of
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September 10, 1881— ly.
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IVliidisalt’ ami Retail
LIQUOR DE A LER
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niLTOIORE. All)
Best $2 Whisky in the City.
TRY IT !
Od.2*. 1 S.-C>— ly.
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ula, Erysipelas, Boils. Dimples, and female
Complaints. Beinir plcaatmt to take, it is an ex
cellent remedy for children. Price, §I.OO per bottle,
saiuple bottle ii cent*. Wo nKo manufacture tho
following: Victor Remedies: Victor Cough Syrup,
Victor Infant's Relief. Victor IV.in Balm. Victor
Liver Pills and Victor Lininu i.t. IN cry bottle is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Try one
bottle and be comino-d. ire -. . ■ i.rr bottle.
VICTOR RE.MF.DI!> ML Sole Drop s.
IK IDE KICK, Md.
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Feb. 12. I**.'.- lv.
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this e entry, is the
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CURE
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Physicians and <i venmient Sanitary Dommissions,
as w. ll as the thousands of Mifferers to whom it has
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WILL
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General At-' i.ts I*l A1.1./.CK HKUS. & < O.
81U eV 2I .Market street, I'liiladelpliia.
Aptil 2, 1886—ly.
GOTTSCHAEK & CO
IMI’ORTERS AND DISTILLERS
A Xll
CURERS CF FINE
WHISKIES,
46 <Sc 48 G &c S
LIGHT ST, EALDERSTON ST
33 ALT! jVE O IRa E IVF3D.
D PC. 25. 188.5 ! v.
Oi K TmuHbMVS
Mark Down Sale
is now in Iti’.l operation, siifh an
opportunity to got strictly first
class ( LOTHINd ir Men. Movs
iiii l l t 'hildivn si sncli incredililv
low ligiii'cs It.i* not cAcurrcd in
lo years K\m viliing iniist lie
sold, cost w ie.it it i;t:tv. 1 )nn'i de
la\ as yoiids ;U'e ! leiny oug'erlv
piindia* d lo crowd* of -lirewd
tiuvci'd. Fur i! jo greatost bargain.-
of our lime.* \ or write to
Acme Hall,
17 :: i:ifitiißi‘o SliTFl,
t\ I • \ I MUM;. I
\. ii Charles,
K\i/rmni{i;.
loctrn
THE CRY OF THE DREAMER,
i am tired of planning and toiling
In the crowded hives of men ;
Heart weary of building and spoiling.
And spoiling and building again.
And 1 long for the dear old river.
Where I dreamed my youth away.
For a dreamer lives forever.
And a toiler dies in a day.
I am si c k of the sliov% \ seeming
* >flle life that is half a lie ;
* i the faces lined with scheming
In the throng that hurries by.
From the sleepless thought's endeavor
I would go where the children phy .
For a dreamer lives forever.
And a toiler dies in a day.
I feel no pride, but pity.
For the burden* the rich •endure ;
There i> nothing sweet iu the city
But the patient lives of the poor.
Dli, the little hands to.) skilful
A ml the child-mind chocked with weed** :
flic daughter's heart grown wilful.
And the father's heart that bleeds.
No. no ; from the street's rude bustle.
From trophies of mart and stage.
I would lly to the wood’s low rustle
And the meadows kindly page.
Let me dieam as old by the river.
And be loved for the dream alway
For the lives forever.
And the toiler dies in a day.
IHrsfclldniT department.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Si to a toil one huudml mile* fnim the
sea, tit the head of tide water naviga
tion on the -fames, which river fur
nishes an exhanstless and unlimited
water-power, and surrounded hv a rich
agrieultnral country, the capital city
of Virginia offers such exceptional ad
vantages to manufacturing enterprises
its to give it tt most prominent position
among the leading industrial centre-of
the United States. The best of gran
ite is quarried within its corporate
limits, inexhaustible mineral treasures
await the pick of the miner a few miles
from its founderies. and the State line
of Virginia encloses vast track* of vir
gin forest that stand ready to pay tri
bute to Richmond mills.
Twenty years ago the city contained
less than forty thousand inhabitants
and only about three hundred manufac
tories. many of w hich had been called
into existence hv the war. Its business
streets had just been swept hv a devas
tating lire, it was bankrupt, and its
'people were poveriy-strickened and
stunned. Without stopping to mourn
their dead or bewail their losses, they ,
set to work with indomitable energy to
retrieve their broken fortunes, to build
ti new city, and to 111! it with new in- ;
dustrie*. The Richmond of isst; con
tains tt population of ever eighty thous
and souls; its taxable real estate is val- •
tud at $33,000 000. and it* personal
property at sl3,ooo.uuu. It* too fac
tories employ 18.500 operatives, in bod
ies of from 5 to 1400; and with an in- ;
vested capital of $12.000,000. the an- ;
nmd product of these factories ha* a ,
commercial value of *30,000.0110. ,
The leading indn.-try of the city now ,
a* before the w ar. i* the manufacture of
tobacco, of which $10,000,000 worth
i- annually sent out from it* factories.
The capacity of some of these factories :
is enormous. That of I’. I!. Mayo A ,
Brother turn* out between four and :
. live million.* of pounds of plug tobac
co, most of "Navy." annually : tin* Old 1
1 Dominion plug tobacco w orks have a
yearly capacity of three millions of 1
■pounds; and the Banner Tohacco
-1 Works manufacture fifteen thousand ,
‘ pounds of plug and twist daily. I’ink- :
iiigton & Co. produce a million and a
half pounds of smoking tobacco annu
ally ; and a dozen other factories turn ,
iout an annual product of over a hun
dred thousand pounds each.
In going through a representative
factory, such as that of the Man is. the ;
visitor is struck with the extreme neat
ness and order pervading every depart- ,
incut, and the skilled intelligence bv
which the operations of the six him- ,
dred hands, nearly all of whom are
colored, are directed. After being ta
ken from the hogsheads in which it i*
received, the leaf tobacco is first sorted
into its Several grades ; then it is stem
med, sweetened in a mixture of syrup
and licorice, steam-dried, shredded,
moulded in shapes, cut into dimension*,
enveloped in leaf wrappers, welched,
piv**ed. tagged, and packed for -hi] -
mi nl. All thi* work must lv carried
mi in a temperature of about nim-tv ! ;
degrees, a* a single hltt.-i of colder air
would unfit the prepared material for
use. and it is till done with the utmost
rapidity, precision, and cleanliness.
An interesting feat tire in those fac
tories in which colored worker* arc cm- 1
ployed i* the -inging, which on -nmc .
day* i- almost continuous in such of
tiie department- tt* are quiet enough to ,
admit ol it. (>ld plantation melodic*
and e\pre-*iw negro hv uni* follow each
oilier in rapid succession, and the work
•roe* mi till tiie fa-ter for them. The
music i- generally a monotonon* reei
tatiu- liv a single Voice, followed hv a
grand chorus of hundred or more ! 1
voice-, each perfect in its pari. There c
i* tut intense musical rivalry between I
SUCCESSOR TO ] ESTABLISHED -
Till: iMMXPK rjEOHCIAA." f A. D, 1801.
| the hand* of the several factories, and
I the acquisition of a "ood soloist by any
{ one of them 1* hailed with joy.
The homestead of tiie Mayo family.
! w hich has been in their possession for
| nearly two hundred year*. Bom of the
j most famous historical places in Vir-
Iginia. It wa* the ancient home of the
! powerful Indian ehi -'tain Powhatan.
| and wtt- the scene uf Captain duhn
i Smith's deliverance IV.mi death hv Po
! eahonta*. lien’ in a grove of tail cedars
nitty ite seen the great stone beneath
w hich Powhatan i* buried, and a short
distance from it another stone, alleged
lo he the identical one upon w hich the
head of rite devoted white man was
laid in preparation for hi* execution.
From a tobacco factory to a cigarette
factory tin transition i* easy, ami tbe
visitor has but to step across tbe street
from the Mavo binding to Allen A Gut
ter's immense establishment, in which
nine hundred wbitegirl* and a hun
dred men and hoys make nearly two
millions of c igarette- mi every working
day during the -year. This factory is
also characterized by the extremes of
neatness and system, and over tho mor
al a* well a* the physical health of
their operatives the proprietors exorcise
tt careful snpcrvi.-ion. Among the Sev
ern 1 beneficent scheme* for their men
tal improvement i* a large library fill
ed with the host standard literature,
from which every employee is entitled
to take, and keep for two weeks at a
time, stub honks a* she 1 houses. It
is a curious and interesting fact that
Richmond-mad" cigarettes, having
found their way to every nation of the
earth using these tiny mils of paper
and tobacco, have finally been ac
cepted a* the best hv the Sultan of Tur
kov. who is 1 he generally acknowledged
connoi.**eiir in such matters, and who
.••ends over large order* for them.
The immense establishment of the
Ixennev Tobacco Company i- also loca
ted in Richmond, and give* employ,
mont to fourteen hundred operatives,
most of whom are women.
Second onh to the tobacco industry
in importance are the iron interests of
Richmond, which, beside* being ex
tremely valuable from a pecuniary
point of view, occupy an historic posi
tion. and exercise a powerful influence
throughout the South. No lung as the
Southern Confederacy remains a mem
ory. the name of the Tredegar Iron
Work- will he in.-vperaldv connected
with it. Covering an area oi sixteen
acre*, and giving employment 1 • twelve
hundred men. the.-e works are among
the largest of the kind in the eotinti'y
and their pav mil frequently amounts
to $50,000 per month. 'The United
States frigate* lionnoh and Colorado
were furnished with engine*, boilers
and gun* from the.-e works, and so long
ago tt* I SIR the Tredegar was the suc
cessful competitor against four other
companies for a government ordnance
contract. At the onthmik of the war
this company again turned it* atten
tion to the easting of cannon and the
manufacture of other munitions of war,
and for four years it wa* the solo produ
cer of these supplies in the* Southern
State.-, and wtt* thus the backbone of
the Confederacy. Now. with their old
time force redoubled in the ,-ervice of
peace, these great work* are hastening
the industrial development of the South
hv furnishing it with railway iron,
spike*. li*h bars, ear w heel* and cars.
Some of the old plant for easting and
boring gun* still remains, but it is ra
pid I v being broken up. A* an evidence
of the capacity and wide spread con
nections of these work*, it nitty he no
ticed that riiev recently furnished three
hundred freight ear* to tin New York
and New England Hallway Company, of
Boston. Their acre* of heavy machin
ery are provided with driving power by
the .lame* River, ami a large number
of t he men atv colored.
Aero,** the river from the Tredegar
Mill*, on Belle Isle, notorious during
the war as a prison for Federal soldiers,
are the Old Dominion Iron and Nail
Works, which are turning cut twenty
live thousand tot!* of nail* every year.
Ileiv is being fiveied the iir*t Be-.-e
--mor steel plant of the Smith, which |
got■ * into operation during the present j
month. Although it* product will he
laraelv ns -d in making nail*, it will*
al*o f-irni-h ail kinds of bridge work, j
machine steel, wire mils, and bar steel. [
About ,-even hundred workmen tire!
lu re "mplovrd. ami here 100 the -lames |
fnrui*hes the power that drive* the
[sinderous machinery.
Not least Important among the great
iron indnsiric* of Richmond are the
work* of t ii. Tanii. r and I K him v En
gine ( ompam. which are the most c\-
t n-U. .■ ; eoj; Iph • of lia ir kind
south of I’hiladelphia. The business j
wa- founded direct I v after the close of
the war. and from the hmiihle*t begin .
tiing- ha* grown until lodav it- shops
cover 12 tu iv*. einplov ei"ht hundred
nn n. and turn mil thive hundred -team- \
engine* a war. lie-id * locomotives, j
saw-mill*, boilers, and quantities oft
No- 6
! gas machinery. The greatest novelty
i exhibited amid the countless objects ot
interest that crowd these twelve acres
is the pole-road locomotive, which was
invented in Montgomery. Alabama,
and for the manufacture of which this
company lias the sole agency. It is a
i small locomotive provided with im
menselv wide double-flanged, chain
geared wheels, each of which revolves
independently of the others on its axis,
and has a laTeral-play of three inches.
constructed for penetrating the remot-
I est depths of swamps and .Wests in
search of timber that would otherwise" -
never reach the saw-mill. It is able to y
run at the rate of live miles an hour,
on a grade of two hundred feel to the
mile, over a track made of logs laid
end to end and jointed together. In
Mirh ;\ road 11 > rr<s-tios nor iron an*
neeessarv, and it can be built at an ex
pense of about Sl‘>o prt' wAVc.- -XU
though but recently introduced, these
absurd-looking little locomotives are
already in use in a dozen different lo
calities through the South, and are
’ giving a new impetus to the timber
business wherever they go.
In ISili) Mr. William 11. Parrish, of
Richmond, began (o manufacture wood
en buckets and tubs on a small scale in
one corner of the world-renouned build
ing that used to be the Libby Prison.
When the wholesale dealers of the
city refused to take his goods, he
bought a couple of teams, and with one
of his sons peddled his wares about the
city at wholesale prices until he had
forced a market. The business grew,
and was moved across the river, where
in 1877 the factory was swept away by
a flood. It was rebuilt, and in 1884
was nt irely destroyed by fire. Again
it was rebuilt out from the city, near
Powhatan's old homo, as the Richmond
Cedar-Works, it now occupies eight
acres of ground, and employs three
hundred men in the manufacture of v ,
tubs, pails, churns, measures, well
buckets, etc. The firm now conduct
ing the business owns fiO.ooo acres ot
timber lands in the great Dismal
Swam p, from which they draw their
raw material, and they find a market
for their wares in every State of the
Union, and in many foreign countries.
They claim to have the largest and
best-equipped wooden-ware factory in
the world.
Another industry of which Rich
mond is justly proud. and which has
advanced toward success with giant
stride-, is the Randolph Paper Box
Factory, established in 187.. with se\ -.
on hands, bv a young man who knew
absolutely nothing about the manufac
ture of paper boxes, but fancied that il
was a business that he would like. He
had only a few hundred dollars capital,
hut was possessed of an immense stock
of energy, industry, and perseverance.
As a result, he is to-day the largest
maker of paper boxes for druggists* use
in the United States, if not in the
world. He employs a working force '
>f three hundred girls and sixty-live
men and liovs. for whom he has provid-.%
eda line free library, and his factory
turns out 1 vU.oOO boxes everyday, and
often U'.ooi) or i>o,ooo more. The de
mand for his work is always in excess
of the supply, and Ids largest market
is in New England and Canada.
Among tlie minor industries of Rich
mond is the only glue factory in the
Son tli, and the only paper twine facto
in the United States.
Although it is generally supposed
that most of the flour exported from
this country is made in the West, the
oldest and one of the largest mills for
the manufacture of export flour is lo
cated in Richmond, and its machinery
is driven by the James. Founded in
ISde, tlie Ilaxall Flouring Mills and
-llaxair flour are now known all over
the civilized world, and their reputa-
lion is as untarnished to day as at any
time during the past seventy years.
Although but a few of Richmond's
leading industries are here mentioned,
they arc sufficient to indicate the char
acter of the great change which this
most conservative of cities, and infer
ciitially the whole South, is undergoing.
| The old order <>f things lias passed away
j and is almost forgotten. The new or*
j der has taken its place, and foremost
! among its promoters and supporters
I stand- Richmond, a leader of the Jn
| du-trial South, as twenty live years ago
; she was of the Confederate South.—
Kliik Mi n’uok. iu Harper's WceUi/.
••The truth, the whole truth and
nothing but the truth!" Did over an
angel in heaven or a man on earth suc
ceed in telling thefruth after that fash
ion And yet there is not a little jug
-1 dec of the peace in all the length and
i breadth of our land who docs not feci
called upon to demand from every wit
; ness who comes before him a divine ve
racity of which he is himself as inca
pable a- bis fellow mortals. To hear
the lawyers and doctors of divinity dis
i cuss, one would think that all had
1 unit hand the well in their hack yard.

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