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lf of it put into our Eastern markets would bring the prices of sugar down to reasonable rates. There are said to be a hundred thousand bushels of salt on the line of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad, and the capacity of the Satines of Smyth county is equal to the manufacture of ten thousand bushels a week. Yet salt cannot be had in Richmond for less than six or seven dollars a sack. It is said that the Danville railroad company has proffered to send its trains — cars engines, and all — to the Smyth county Salines for the salt, if the South-Side and Virginia and Tennessee companies will permit but has yet succeeded in bringing down only a single train loaded with the much-desired article. We hope the Danville company will be importunate in this matter and persist in these proffers. The people have too much at stake in this matter for such a proposition to fail. In regard to the great quantities of sugar and salt awaiting transportation, it is said that powerful com