Woodstock, bench saws for cutting shuttle blocks

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Woodstock, bench saws for cutting shuttle blocks - m B. of Woodstock. Editor Record: This...
m B. of Woodstock. Editor Record: This unpretend ing place is situated on the route of the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley rail road, 4 miles north of Liberty and 18 miles south of Greensboro', in the corner of Randolph county, near the Guilford line. It is of recent growth. The land was purchased by W. O. Long as an eligible point for a depot and every assurance has been given that upon the completion of the road one will be established. The owner. W. O. L., has donated the ground and proposes to erect a suitable building, both of which will be tendered to the Corporation. He has built a' large and commodious store house and has it filled with a new stock of goods lately purchased from Northern markets. He has also formed a copartnership with that excellent mechanic Atlas G. Phillips and that enterprising and thriving man Dr. D. H. Albright, a citizen of your own county, so favorably known ; and they have two excellent steam engines running a circular saw with the necessary bench saws for cutting shuttle-blocks, hickory and white oak rims, together with a planing machine. Since their operations began which is these 12 months, 40,000 shuttle blocks, 15 inches long, 2 inches square, have been cut and sold (of persimmon and dog-wood) and timber is on the ground for many thousand more; 40,000 hickory and white oak rims, besides many thousand feet of building lumber for the place and vicinity. Two. dwelling houses have been erected, and - Dr. Albright and Long are building two

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  1. The Chatham Record,
  2. 16 Feb 1882, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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