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e-Wertla-ifiSiZMiiSkVfl Bluck- ser-, cjDtxr- B1 TT TrK' SMALL NOTR CURRENCY. Wa publish to-daj a most Important notlee., - . . vaarvaf, -mm. waft by Oen. Shepley, U6 sKiiuary vhb"" of New Orleans, in which he not only assures All persona who hold the bills that hare been iwaed by the individuals and eopawaTOup hnu munM have been onbliahed by the City Treasurer, that those notes will all be redeemed by that officer, as soon as a aoffleient nomtxir of the city notes can be prepared and eigaea, and that, ample security Having oeen given for their redemption, holders would do rasa and foolish to part with thens at a sacrifioe below their par valne, but he also expect ana direct batchers, bakers, and dealers in provisions to receive them in payment from their customers. Now, In this connection, we would once mAM ll attention to the offldsi announce mnt of Adam Giflsn. Eq , the Treasnrer of th.rftv. that the following parties, having ri,K tha raanlntlan of the Common rvnn.i ami nlaMd their seen rides In nte handa. the issnes of the notes of those parties m h Mmd At his office : and he further more assures merohanU and aU othera that thay may safely take those notes for their merchandise, inasmuch as the parties have iodited abundant security for thetr redemption, .nri Unnil thAmAelves to make no farther issue. tha nntAA. then, that are now in eircula tion, signed by the following names, are made, by the conjoint civil and military authorities of the oitv. to all intents and purposes, cur reuor. and should be accepted as such by all good citizens. Until they are all called In, and others iasued in their place from the Treasur er's office, they may be taken with the utmost confidence, aud without any apprehension of leu. - Tbos. C. Payan & Co., D. H. Holmes. Jo- seph Sautini, B. Miller & Co., Wm. Williams, Dau Edwards oc Son, Adam vvagner, u- tx W. Lend. Beats & Miller. Hoehzel Sc. Zoel- ly, Cresap &. McMillan, J. & J. C. Davidson, C. W. Cam mack, Herz & is. Haeker, Uag (erty Brothers, James Cosgrove, H. E. Law t m . . i r ....I..... A' Geo. W. Greuror & Co.. Samuel Bell, Leeds & Co., G. W. Holt, Asa Holt, McDonnell 6c McGraw, and II. Fasaman 6l Co. There is now no excuse left to the extortionate dealer in the necessaries of life for charging two or three prices for the articles he sells, and for which extortion he has hitherto had the apology always ready that he distracts the value of the money offered him. The notes of the above named parties are I guaranteed by the highest authorities, and on jthe mott ample security, to be good, and per I fectly safe to take. The credit of the- city is doubly pledtred for them, and that credit is aoqnestionable. Under the regalations which have been established as the law to govern us, we may now anticipate the resumption of much of that DuniueBS which baa been suspended so long in onr pity ; at least so marh of it ae includes traffic in the ordinary necessaries of life, food inel, raiment, and the like. Thus will marh of tbe poverty and distress wiiton now anlirt our people tie relieved, and many scenes, now of daily occurrence, of fearful Buffering, be prevented for the futare, We cannot toi earnestly connsel a eheerfal aud entire compliance with the arrangements that have been made ry the civil, and sane tioned and directed by the military authority witn reference to this mwt important matter S. to on v of 1 I to

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 25 May 1862, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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