ana about the two new United States Senators elected by the Yankee Legislature, says:
Mr. King Cutler and Mr. Charles Smith are the two individuals selected by the Yankee Legislature in New Orleans to represent them in the United States Senate. Mr. King Cutler is a fifth-rate lawyer, but is looked on as a great man, no doubt, among the small scallywags of the bogus Legislature.
After the war had fairly opened, Cutler was so patriotic on the Confederate side that a military company, called the "Cutler Guards," was organized in his honor — the expense, it is presumed, coming out of his was discovered that it would pay to be a traitor in New Orleans, because no one ever suspected Mr. Cutler of being troubled with anything like a conscience.
As for Mr. Smith, he is said to be frt, and that profound philosopher and eminent man of science, Dr. Dostie, were in nomination, but Cutler and Smith bore off the honors.--Dostie did not get a vote — not even the vote of the man that no