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l calculated to deceive.--In this connection we would warn the people against a $50 counterfeit note of the Southern Bank of New Orleans, a plenty of them being in circulation. The bogus note has on the left end a female figure setting on a shield; on the right a bust of Washington; in each corner the letter L, but no name of any State.--The genuine note has a bust of Washington on the right end of the note; on the left a globe, and instead of the letter L, has the figures $50 in each corner. l calculated to deceive.--In this connection we would warn the people against a $50 counterfeit note of the Southern Bank of New Orleans, a plenty of them being in circulation. The bogus note has on the left end a female figure setting on a shield; on the right a bust of Washington; in each corner the letter L, but no name of any State.--The genuine note has a bust of Washington on the right end of the note; on the left a globe, and instead of the letter L, has the figures $50 in each corner.
ch, Captain Boyd, Philadelphia company of cavalry, behaved most doubly, charging after the Confederate cavalry for three miles. The man killed on our side was named Jacob Owen, he was builed to-day with military honors. John V. Williams and Washington Lancaster, also of Philadelphia were taken prisoners by becoming detached from the main body two of the Confederates are known to have been killed. The court martial in session here investigating the charges a Col. Milen adjourned to-day until the 15th of September, The prosecution had closed, and five witnesses for Col. Miles had been heard, when an order was received from Washington, adjourning the court and granting a full furlough to the Colonel up to that time. The object of the order is not publicly known. By order of the provost marshal, between forty and fifty barrels of porter, ale and lager beer were to-day emptied into the streets, the proprietor having persisted in selling to soldiers after repeated warnings.