Intrigues of Butler in New Orleans.
Northern army advancing everyggest, nay urge, opening an illicit trade with Butler, the beast.
This is the first really dark perplies in exchange, in exact compliance with Gen. Butler's proclamation.
Did Pitt ever practice sucded in any U. S. port.
Is it not certain that Butler, the beast, is a party to the speculation?
Thand correspondence with the U. S. authorities, Butler, etc., and they had given him positive assuranhe President's permission to trade cotton with Butler, the beast.
But the President and Gov. Pettushe Yankee generals are for sale — for cotton.
Butler will make a fortune-and so will some of our great men. Butler says the reason he don't send troops into the interior is that he is afraid we will , when the smoke clears away, to learn that Gen. Butler was trading supplies for our army during threnchmen (in New Orleans) have been received.
Butler is preparing to do a great businessand no obje