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er's Department. The prices obtained for the Sea Island cotton ranged from 24 cents per pannd for a few bales at damaged to 64½ cents for the best quality, and the bidding was spined. It may be remarked that the 28 lets which comprised the Sea Island cotton sold in half an hour to about a dozen buyers nearly all of whom were regular cotton brokers. Two hundred and twenty thousand pounds of this variety sold at an average of more than 10 cents per pound; and the Gulf cotton sold at as average of 21 to 22 cents. The aggregate amount of money realized by the sale is not far from $200,000, One thousand bales of New Orleans confiscated cotton will be sold to-morrow at noon, at Lambrers Atlantic dock. A Yankee writing to the Boston Traveller asserts that Picayune Butler, the representative of a community of out-throats and scoundrel, is about to send a ship load of cotton to Massachusetts in accordance with a promise made, before be left the land of the Puritans.
years by the New Orleans Delta, would relieve its owners and late conductors from any suspicion of accountability for its course since it came into the hands of Gen. Butler. A card recently published in Mobile by one of my partners, Mr. Henry J. Leroy, admonishes me of my error, and leads me to believe that there are some persons f last month the Delta has been issued under the auspices of the Federal authorities. The office and all its types, fixtures, and appurtenances, were stolen by Gen. Butler, and appropriated to his fraudulent and infamous purposes. To steal a bible and preach robbery from its pages, would be just as appropriate as to inculcate Unionism with the stolen types and through the perverted columns of the Delta. Yet Butler's purpose, and the purposes of his masters, would not have been achieved had he not usurped and retained the name of the stolen establishment. The pleasure and the profit of the crime would have been sadly impaired had the means been wanting to