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Affairs in Vicksburg. --A lady from Vicksburg gives a sad statement of affairs is that unfortunate city. The blacks are regarded fully upon an equally with the whites, and much better than Southern sympathizers. A lady of high respectability, on refusing to allow her servant girl to eat at the same table with her family, was arrested on complaint of the servant and treated very harshly--Federal officers are seen daily riding out with an gallanting negro women on the street. The confiscation of all disloyal citizens' property is being rigidly enforced. Gerard Stikes, formerly a robed Secessionist, is now the Yankee Chief of Police, and is had down on all who are not for "the glorious Union."