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ith "Union men" are summarily and severely punished. The papers have been suspended, with the exception of the Picayunes, True Delta, and Bulletin, and they are not allowed to publish anything but what has passed the censorship of Butler. When Picayune issued his proclamation he sent a copy to John Maginnis, of the True Delta, and ordered it to be published. This Maginnis refused to do, and promptly notified Butler that he would not publish it. Butler sent word to him that he must Publish it,eets many of them are carried exhausted to their quarters; a great amount of sickness prevails among them, and many deaths occur daily--One steamer has arrived from the North with a cargo of merchandize, (under a special permit,) to a brother of Picayune. He has opened a store in the custom-house, and is doing quite a driving business with the negroes and some of the lower orders. Butler goes down every day, accompanied by a strong guard, to see how the business flourishes. His headquarte