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Southern Manufactures.--The Georgia Salt Manufacturing Company is about to be permanently organized. The Atlanta Intelligencer says that the report of the committee on organization, made to a meeting in Augusta two or three days ago, recommends that a capital of two hundred thousand dollars be raised in shares of twenty-five dollars each; that the books of subscription be closed on the first of June, provided fifty thousand dollars be subscribed prior to that time, and operations to commence when that sum is raised; that no subscription is good till the money is paid in; that a board of directors to consist of twelve shall determine the salaries of the officers, etc. The report was adopted, and the organization will be made permanent.--Richmond Enquirer, June 5.

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