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d many hired servants. The number needed by each family will be determined by the undersigned," namely, Kelley. The Government does not mean to feed idle negroes, that is clear! Was there ever a more thorough ban put upon the descendants of Ham? Well may the Yankee call him "contraband." Literally does he fulfill the curse upon the descendants of Ham: that they shall be the servants of servants. What are the ill-fated people of Natchez but Yankee servants, since they are subjected to dHam: that they shall be the servants of servants. What are the ill-fated people of Natchez but Yankee servants, since they are subjected to domiciliary visits and the commands of Yankee officials as to how many servants they shall have and what other privileges they shall enjoy? And the contraband are ordered to become the servants of these people, on pain of being driven out of the city and kept in prison bounds, in what a philanthropic correspondent of the Tribune calls a "Krall"--a place to keep cattle. This, on a small scale, illustrates the ultimate fate of the negro at the hands of the Yankees. All that cannot be made usefu