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Date Original

1882 April 19

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Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.)

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000962, Box 10, Folder 1, Item 2

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

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

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Item 10_01_002, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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United States History

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Filed 1882 April 28, Stephen Wheeler, clerk

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1882 April 19: Voucher, U.S. v Jim Leedy, introducing spirituous liquor and retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. George Meeks, larceny; U.S. v. David Welch, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Maloy, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Abel Gordon, larceny and perjury; U.S. v. Ground Hog, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. L.K. Hardcastle, removing distilled spirits; U.S. v. B.T. Blaylock, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Raymond Chickamugger, introducing liquor; U.S. v. Charles Ross, retail liquor dealer without license; U.S. v. Charles Ross, introducing liquor; Dow Brown, introducing liquor; U.S. v. Wm Brooks, giving liquor to Indians; U.S. v. Wm Brooks, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Edwin Kegley, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. John Bunch introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. David Welch, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Crickett Crowder, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Crickett Crowder, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Jefferson Lumpkins, retail liquor dealer; includes costs of service of 21 mittinusses, and costs of committing 14 prisoners; served by J.M. Huffington, chief deputy; V. Dell, U.S. Marshall; Stephen Wheeler and G.S. Williams, clerks

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