1880 August: Voucher, to V. Dell, U.S. marshal, for warrants served and committing prisoners to U.S. jail at Fort Smith, Arkansas; Charles Jineahead, violation internal revenue laws, Nan Keys, violation internal revenue laws, Henry Rider, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, George A. Statham, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, James Bruner, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Zack Danford, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Abe Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, John Greenwood, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, May Williams, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Mack Woodard, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Ha-ma-chee, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, William Jones, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Charles Prewitt, dealer leaf tobacco without paying special tax, Merritt H. Bowman, dealer leaf tobacco without paying special tax, Sink Short, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Jameson Reed, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, One Jim, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Ben Thompson, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, No-Billy, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, and William Stanton, dealer lead tobacco without paying special tax

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1880 August: Voucher, to V. Dell, U.S. marshal, for warrants served and committing prisoners to U.S. jail at Fort Smith, Arkansas; Charles Jineahead, violation internal revenue laws, Nan Keys, violation internal revenue laws, Henry Rider, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, George A. Statham, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, James Bruner, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Zack Danford, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Abe Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, John Greenwood, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, May Williams, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Mack Woodard, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Ha-ma-chee, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, William Jones, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Charles Prewitt, dealer leaf tobacco without paying special tax, Merritt H. Bowman, dealer leaf tobacco without paying special tax, Sink Short, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Jameson Reed, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, One Jim, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Ben Thompson, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, No-Billy, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, and William Stanton, dealer lead tobacco without paying special tax

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1880 August

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Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.)

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MS.000962, Box 7, Folder 5, Item 11

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United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962

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Item 07_05_011, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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1880 August: Voucher, to V. Dell, U.S. marshal, for warrants served and committing prisoners to U.S. jail at Fort Smith, Arkansas; Charles Jineahead, violation internal revenue laws, Nan Keys, violation internal revenue laws, Henry Rider, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, George A. Statham, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, James Bruner, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Zack Danford, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Abe Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, John Greenwood, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, May Williams, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Mack Woodard, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Ha-ma-chee, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, William Jones, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, Charles Prewitt, dealer leaf tobacco without paying special tax, Merritt H. Bowman, dealer leaf tobacco without paying special tax, Sink Short, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Jameson Reed, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country, One Jim, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, Ben Thompson, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, No-Billy, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax, and William Stanton, dealer lead tobacco without paying special tax

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