Woodstock 2

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Woodstock 2 - more and Dr. W. 1- 1- Staley, the pro ficient...
more and Dr. W. 1- 1- Staley, the pro ficient travelling Dentist, is how erecting erecting - a large and commodious - store house. . This place, I dare say, is the most favorable location for timber enterprise , on this railroad, . One Cotton Factory is in 41 miles and 12 grist and saw mills within five miles! Large and virgin forests of the ' very best white hickory and white oak are near by. Then several plantations within two miles have about $2,000 worth each and are now cutting and contracting for sale to run a spoke and handle factory as soon, as the above firm can make the purchase which will be during, the next week. The proprietors of the Mills are pay ing the most liberal prices for timber $1 50 and upwards for white hick ory, oak, dog wood and persimmon 'and liberal wages for hands, whom they invite to coma andbe employed This they are now doing by hauling their entire stock with wagons through a "mud cut , that would frighten Gov. Jarvis worse man waiter uiaiK or the indignation meeting of Pittsboro'. What will we do when Dr. Canedo dashes through with his snorting iron horse, which we are looking for very soon ? Please drive the rowels in him and quicken his speed. Woodstock.

Clipped from The Chatham Record16 Feb 1882, ThuPage 3

The Chatham Record (Pittsboro, North Carolina)16 Feb 1882, ThuPage 3
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