--The evil inflicted upon this community by the unlawful issue of individual notes cannot be too often or too earnestly condemned.
If it could be made to recoil upon its authors, the public might patiently submit to the infliction for a period; but unfortunately the innocent are not only the sufferers now, but will be the real losers in the end. We would suggest to all those who have use for small change (and who has not?) to repair to the post-office and purchase stamps for a circulating medium, and positively refuse to employ any of the trash offered in the way of shinplasters.
To say nothing of the traffic in these abominable subterfuges for money, there is a sufficient objection to their use in the flimsy paper on which they are printed and in their liability to counterfeit.
Surely, a government stamp is a better representative of money than a piece of waste paper, which in fact represents neither capital nor value.