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urnishing them something to drink. The serenading party was composed of the Norfolk Board of Trade, three Yankee paymasters, two quartermasters, two New York newspaper reporters, and one Yankee sawbones. This nice tea party then proceeded to serenade "Hon." L. H. Chandler, a native of Massachusetts, representing the Norfolk district in the free nigger Congress at Washington. After this the patriotic horn-blowers retired to roost in the Atlantic Hotel. We read in this paper that Dr. Arthur Watson, of Accomac, who represented that county for several sessions in the Legislature of Virginia, has gone to Norfolk to practice medicine. Norfolk, like Richmond, is swarming with restaurants. Here are some of the names advertised: "The National," "Hygeia," "European," "St. Charles," "American House," "Oxford Hall Restaurant," "Arcade Saloon," "Manola Saloon," "Gem Saloon," "The Bugle," "Friendship Restaurant," "Grocker's," "The Office," "Washington Hall," "Break O'Day House, " and "Ca
The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1863., [Electronic resource], Negro Enlistments in Maryland--how the thing is Worked. (search)
Western Spies. --In the C. S. Circuit Court yesterday, John Yates, Samuel Wheelberger, George Cooper, Daniel Cooper, G. W. Ram say, John Thume, Samuel Bowman, Wm. Coffman, John D. Kester, and Wm. Dunisp, of Rockingham county, were before Judge Halyburton for harboring deserters and aiding and piloting them to the Yankee lines. The Judge, after hearing the evidence, decided that the offence was committed in another district, and discharged them. Commissioner Watson, as soon as this decision was made, issued a warrant for their arrest, and they were taken into custody by Deputy Marshal Henry Myers, to be sent to Staunton for trial before Judge Brockenbrough, of the Western District. Of course the Secretary of War has concluded that these men are subject to civil and not military trial, they being unconnected with the army in any way. Most of them are old men, and have the appearance of trappers and woods prowlers.