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a sardine box. "Do you call this money?" holding up an advertisement of fine Havana cigars-- "And this"--a bill for 15 cents, in which some weak minded printer had gone raving mad in different kinds of type. "Good for one shave; (reading slowly) Dick, the Barber-- Do you call this money?" The sleek-haired clerk was puzzled also. "It'll pass all over town; indeed it will, sir" Once more the soldier scrutinized the ragged and incongruous pile, and grasping it in one hand, soliloquized: "So, th same results. Hundreds of corporations and even individuals, regardless of the law, are engaged in the pernicious business of issuing private money, not for public convenience, but that profit may accrue Banking has become a rage. The notes of "Dick, the barber." circulate the same and lie in the same portmanteau beside those of "Gunny Rags, the ship chandler" Norfolk is disgustingly full of these personal shinplasters. Men advertise their wares on a bit of paper, sign their names to it, and