1885 auditor's report- 3,183 horses in Randolph, 2nd only to Guilford
- . Auditor's Report. We have re- re- ceived from Gen. W. P. Roberts, State . Auditor, a couv of his annual report for the year ending Nov. 30th, 1885, from which we have compiled some interesting statistics for theinforma- theinforma- chil-tion of our reade s. We find that the total number of acres of land j listed for taxation is 28,468,789. The ! be a mistake and Chatham 487 470 i e a imsi,dh.ei . huuvjuj uaiu, oi,iu. I lue total valuation or tue land is $102,327,840, aud the highest valua tions aie in the following counties Wak(, Mi0: Mek,enbulg, 82, - 0'' ' ' S , , . f2'2jlJG n SoJi $ ff ?1: Onathatn 2,084,024. hls does not mcIude the valuation . of town lots. According to the ; above figures, therefore, ouly six ; Qr( r-irr r-irr r-irr t i .." (O l rti . i .1. counties contain more land than : Chatham, and only tive have their laud valued at a larger sum than ; Chatham. Only three counties have I IMO,.e i,orses tLsln Gbatliaai. as follows: Gui:for(1, 34. Randolph, 3,183: Pv0wan? 3 0S7 . aud Ohatham, 2,951. j Ffnu. coullties-have coullties-have coullties-have a larger numbr i of mules, as follows: Gates. 3.888 : MkenlU! . 0.I6O: AVake, 2 963 :' Edgecombt 2,612: aud Charbam. .lud. V7i 1 ii. 1 ii 1 11 ntauan ia. u ijLi aiv4 , counties in the aambc-r aambc-r aambc-r )-!;- )-!;- )-!;- )-!;- m,.,fi...... t.t.v. i,f tua l..wl 13.423 13,423 i . .y.r.4., 'cattle and 22,742 she-p. she-p. she-p. Ba ;p. Jtut when counties containing tlie largest nam- nam- ht-r ht-r ht-r are t.ii 1o I nwiii.iv Koheson. in X.-i X.-i X.-i 7bJ acres: bamnson. 58.ob: Wake. I . 523,473: Columbus, 514,722: Moore, ' 505,316: Swain, 490.320 (this must I l j ; 1 I j I , ! ! '