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s tied to a tree which stood almost in front of it. Poor Crutchfield looked so unhappy, having just recovered from a debauch,t a butcher knife, and cut the ropes to free him. I told Crutchfield to go to his tent and hide himself as soon .as possible.somewhere and did not know who had cut the ropes to free Crutchfield. Colonel Stolbrand was a fine specimen of a Swedish offg rage, reporting to the general that somebody had freed Crutchfield, whom he had tied to discipline and sober up, insisting f course, got back all right. The incident involving Crutchfield occurred a day or two after Colonel Stolbrand's return. it go at that, so I said to Colonel Stolbrand, Colonel, Crutchfield has sworn to me that he will never touch another drop off total abstinence in the future. I saw no more of poor Crutchfield for many years, but I was on a Mississippi River steamer deck, I responded. He then called: Mrs. Logan, this is Crutchfield, and I am sober yet. Colonel Stolbrand won his star f