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y for paying the men was brought into camp and they were to receive it without delay. Incidents at Frederick. The New York Tribune has some "incidents" at Frederick, Md., which are interesting. It says: It is said that the entire stock of boots and shoes in Frederick were bought out by the rebels, who left behind them some good money and some shocking bad money. The storekeepers, of course, did not dare to refuse what was offered them. The entire stocks of Messrs. Tyler & Steiner, (Union,) and A. J. Delashman, (rebel,) were taken, and Confederate notes given them in payment. So far as we can ascertain they allowed free ingress and egress to and from the town. The pickets on the road appear to have their stationed merely to watch military movements, and paid no attention to civilians. On Friday evening, before the appearance of the rebels, there was considerable of a disturbance in Frederick. Some parties connected with the Citizen newspaper cheered on th