Richmond Standard Steel Spike & Iron Company - BondInv# GB5210
$500 6% Uncancelled Gold Bond. Printer-Snyder & Black, NY. Three coupons remain unattached to bond. Only 1 available! Attractive! Iron Gate Rolling Mill, Iron Gate, Alleghany county. Built in 1890-1; 13 single and 4 double puddling furnaces, 4 forge fires, 1 double gas and 2 coal beating furnaces, 2 trains of rolls, (9 and 19-inch,) and 1 hammer; product, muck bar, merchant iron, and light iron and steel rails; annual capacity, 22,500 gross tons. Fuel, bituminous coal. Works now owned by Hyde Brothers & Co., Lewis Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. New company will probably be formed and works put in operation in the near future. (Formerly operated by the Richmond Standard Steel, Spike, and Iron Company.)
Manchester Rolling Mill, Richmond Standard Steel, Spike, and Iron Company, Richmond. New York office, 20 Broad st. Works at Manchester, Chesterfield county, Virginia. Built in 1888-9 and put in operation in April, 1889; 1 double gas heating furnace, 2 forge fires, 3 automatic spike machines, 2 hand spike machines, and one 9-inch train of rolls; water-power; product, bar iron, used in the manufacture of railroad and boat spikes and harrow teeth; annual capacity, 7,200 gross tons. Fuel, bituminous coal. William L. Royall, President; Cor- bin Warwick, Vice-President and General Manager; Curtis Cauthorn, Secretary ; J. A. Simmons, Treasurer.
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