A NO-SIDER.–

A correspondent tells the following story of one of the farmers in the vicinity of Culpepper, whose possessions lay in a district where both armies foraged. The old chap, one day, while surveying ruefully the streaks in the soil where his fences once stood, remarked with mush feeling:

“I hain’t took no sides in this yer rebellion, but I’ll be dog-gorned if both sides hain’t took me.”

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