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Army Evangelist in the employ of the Virginia Baptist Sunday School and Colportage Board. En routs from Greenville to this place. I laid over a day at Graniteville, S. C., on the South Carolina railroad, about 10 miles from the Savannah river, which divides that State from Georgia. This village is now an object of peculiar id cotton yarn. You may well judge that, though the present capacity is 14,000 yards per day, the demand cannot be supplied. But, at any time, I should regard Graniteville well worthy of a visit from one who wishes to see for himself the objects of interest in the Confederate States. The population is 800, being entirely composeas made some of its proprietors millionaires. I wish all knew how to use their money with as much public-spirited munificence as at least one of the owners of Graniteville. From what I have said, you will not be surprised to hear that the population of this village seem unusually intelligent and respectable. I was struck with t