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we can take a friendly nip" Rebel Major.--"I am obliged to you sir. but I can no take a friendly nip with you." Yank.--"Oh, paliaw, Major, lay aside your prejudices; I assure you its prime good." Reb.--"I do not doubt it in the least, but I do not wish to drink with you, sir. " Yank.--"Well, now, Major, I guess if you and me had the settlement of it is war we could soon step aside and have the thing all right, with the dice." Reb.--"I should not be satisfied, sir, to re upon the chance of the dice. I prefer the mode of settlement you have seen fit to adopt — that of fighting it out." Yank.--"I guess, Major, you fellows went on the principle of not shooting a white man when you could kill a 'nigger,' hey!" e much mistaken — we almost try when we get the blacks and whites together to kill the whites and catch the negroes." Yank.--"Well, now, I hold that a white man is better than a nigger." Reb.--"So do we, sir; but it depends altogether upon