Clipped From The New York Times
DISORDER AT CAMP BLACX. Omeera of Tlat lla.rrrl aad Mea Bin Emar of Lieat. Hare. ncnrsitAu. 1. t.. Aug. P. There was another disorderly scene last r.IsM in the camp of the detachment of the Seventy- Seventy- nrst New York Volunteers, at Camp Black. Lieut. Hare of the Two Hundred and Second Second Regiment, who is In command of one of the companies and Officer of the Iay. di rected " Gus " Cedergren. the bugler of the Seventy-first, Seventy-first, Seventy-first, to sound retreat. Th bugler refused, telling the Lieutenant. Capt. Stod dard had commanded him not to sound the call. Lieut. Hare then ordered him to the guard house under arrest. After the bugler had twen in the guard house fifteen or twenty minutes. Capt. Stoddard heard of the occurrence, and asked Lieut. Hare by what authority h- h- had reversed his orders. After a dltJure between the officers, the Captain went to the guard house and ordered ordered the bugler to leave it. Whfn the bugler was released the men. In defiance of regulations, cheered both him and Capt. Stoddard. An efficy was rigged up n om an old uniform, and with Lieut- Lieut- Hare's name printed on it. was carried about the camp on a pole. Later It was set on fire. It is probable that this ar. 1 similar affairs will be cailt d to the attentton of G-n. G-n. G-n. Gillespie Gillespie and that a court of Inquiry will be ap pointed.