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oung man named Vaughan were playing cards in the tent of Sturdivant. The latter being near the fire at the time, desired Vaer would cheat him.--After these requests had been made, Sturdivant then said to Vaughan, "Yes, he tried to cheat me in a game last night." Crowder then jurned around to Sturdivant, and asked what he (S.) had to do with it, calling him at the time his gate out." After Meredith made use of chese remarks, Sturdivant said to Crowder, "As you have called me a d — d son of aut waiting form repetition of the remark, jumped towards Sturdivant and stabbed him in the femoral artery, about three inchet's ligament, with a penknife he had in his hand. After Sturdivant found he was stabbed, he stood firm on the floor and saimatter. After this, Mr. G. H. Williamson, a relative of Sturdivant, who was also present and witnessed the whole scene, said, "If I were you, (to Sturdivant,) if he stabbed you, I would go and report him to the commanding officer. He (S.) then wa