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1883 June 11: Voucher, to Thomas Boles, U.S. marshal; U.S. v. John Jacobs, murder; U.S. v. William Smith, Larceny; U.S. v. Sam Osage, violating internal revenue laws and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. George Mayfield, introducing spirituous liquor and violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Dave Wofford, introducing spirituous liquor and violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Berry Hudgins, introducing spirituous liquor and violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Goodin, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Davis Brown, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Jeff Latta, larceny; U.S v. James Colbert, larceny; U.S. v. John Moody, larceny; U.S. v. Jacks Wilson, larceny (2 counts); U.S. v. Dave Claborne, larceny (2 counts); U.S. v. William J. Birky, passing counterfeit money (3 counts); U.S. v. James Cooper, larceny; U.S. v. William R. Roland, embezzling U.S. mail (2 counts); U.S. v. Jacky Micky, introducing spirituous liquor , larceny; U.S. v. Wesley Hays, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Samuel Paul, manslaughter; includes cost for expenses transporting above convicts from Ft. Smith (Ark.) to Detroit (Mich.); payment to C.C. Ayers for provisions for breakfast and dinner for convicts; payment to F.S. Roberts for food; payment to Peter A. O'Neil for food; payment to Pat. Kelly for food; payment to James Garrison for food; payment to A.S. Wolf for four train tickets; payment to S.S. Roberts, food; John Williams, Wesley Lewis, Fred Rusing, One Burns, guards; Thomas Boles, U.S. marshal; William H.H. Clayton, U.S. attorney; Stephen Wheeler, clerk

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1883 May 8-June 11

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Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.); Detroit, Wayne County (Mich.); St. Louis, St. Louis County (Mo.); Springfield, Greene County (Mo.); Toledo, Lucas County (Ohio); Plymouth, Carroll County (Mo.)

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English

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MS.000962, Box 10, Folder 6, Item 48

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

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Arkansas State Archives

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Item 10_06_048, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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Filed 1883 July 23, Stephen Wheeler, clerk

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1883 June 11: Voucher, to Thomas Boles, U.S. marshal; U.S. v. John Jacobs, murder; U.S. v. William Smith, Larceny; U.S. v. Sam Osage, violating internal revenue laws and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. George Mayfield, introducing spirituous liquor and violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Dave Wofford, introducing spirituous liquor and violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Berry Hudgins, introducing spirituous liquor and violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Goodin, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Davis Brown, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Jeff Latta, larceny; U.S v. James Colbert, larceny; U.S. v. John Moody, larceny; U.S. v. Jacks Wilson, larceny (2 counts); U.S. v. Dave Claborne, larceny (2 counts); U.S. v. William J. Birky, passing counterfeit money (3 counts); U.S. v. James Cooper, larceny; U.S. v. William R. Roland, embezzling U.S. mail (2 counts); U.S. v. Jacky Micky, introducing spirituous liquor , larceny; U.S. v. Wesley Hays, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Samuel Paul, manslaughter; includes cost for expenses transporting above convicts from Ft. Smith (Ark.) to Detroit (Mich.); payment to C.C. Ayers for provisions for breakfast and dinner for convicts; payment to F.S. Roberts for food; payment to Peter A. O'Neil for food; payment to Pat. Kelly for food; payment to James Garrison for food; payment to A.S. Wolf for four train tickets; payment to S.S. Roberts, food; John Williams, Wesley Lewis, Fred Rusing, One Burns, guards; Thomas Boles, U.S. marshal; William H.H. Clayton, U.S. attorney; Stephen Wheeler, clerk

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