Dillsburg grocer arrested by U.S. government; later raided by J.E.B. Stuart
The November 4, 1862, issue of the Philadelphia Press includes this brief entry on long-time Dillsburg, Pennsylvania, merchant / grocer Henry Sidle (spelled Sidle in some records). He was arrested for discouraging military enlistments and escorted to Fort Delaware near Philadelphia. I have not located any records that indicate how long Sidel was imprisoned, or when he returned to Dillsburg, nor what his attitude toward the Federal government may have been after his incarceration.
However, after the war, the elderly Sidel filed a border claim for damages inflicted by the Confederate army during the Gettysburg Campaign. J.E.B. Stuart’s cavalry raided his store and took $300 worth of groceries. He and his family soon packed up and left Dillsburg, moving to Minneapolis, Minnesota, for a fresh start.