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The Daily Dispatch: may 16, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: September 1, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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copper and iron in East Tennessee can furnish an unlimited supply. Our willow, linwood and other trees can furnish the best charcoal. In this connection we will state that an enterprise has already been set on foot, having in view the production of gunpowder material. Messrs. G. W. Rice, John F. Anderson and John D. Borin, have leased the celebrated Sauta Cave in Jackson county, Alabama, and are making extensive preparations for the production of nitre on a large scale. It is also the intention of these gentlemen to extend their operations to include the manufacture of powder. This enterprise we regard as judicious, patriotic, and we doubt not will prove highly remunerative. The powder mill near Nashville is in vigorous operation, and we expect to hear of many similar establishments springing up magically throughout the South, so that, instead of experiencing a want of this necessary element of warfare, we will in fact have enough and to spare.--Chattanooga Advertiser.
n organized by Col. Cole, Superintendent of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad who will proceed at once to the work assigned them. We understand that Col. Cole, under the direction and by the aid of the military authorities will have the road repaired as rapidly as the work can be done, and from his well known energy and the resources at his command, we feel sure that he will "carry up his corner" equally with others who have undertaken to open up the road to our State capital.--Chattanooga Advertiser, Aug, 27th. From Norfolk. A private letter recently received in Petersburg from a lady in Norfolk has been published. We copy the following interesting extracts: Poor, unfortunate Norfolk! Would that the torch had been applied to every dwelling here, and the city laid waste. Better, far better, to have been a scene of desolation than the stage on which such humiliating scenes are daily enacted. I sincerely hope, if the rulers find it necessary to evacuate any more