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Arraignment for treason. Knoxville, Dec. 29. --The Commissioners' Court is trying for treason Butler, a member of the Legislature, and A. D. Smith. Great feeling is manifested.
Butler's rule at New Orleans sufferings of the people. Editors of Dispatch: Having receivpe of an "enemy's certificate," rendered by B. F. Butler, the murderer of that heroes patriot, W. B. you have read of the most glaring features of Butler's rule — how he has insulted the ladies, stoleng it all. * * * * * * A few days ago Col Butler, (as the brother is designated,) bought up all could find in the city, and the very next day Butler, (the Beast) issues an order prohibiting the b other intoxicating drinks, suddenly rose, and Butler and his brother are reaping the profits. Thisuch a game was played with Confederate money — Butler stopped its circulation, and then his brother, was going to entertain some ladies, whereupon Butler requested that he might be present; but the Captain remarked, "Gen. Butler, if you were to come I am afraid there would be no one else." I wish Ialtzel paroled them before they came down, but Butler refused to let them be paroled, and keeps them[2 more...]<