1885 July 6: Partial voucher, U.S. v. Sam Leslie, larceny in the Indian Country; includes cost of feeding prisoner and mileage; Stephen Wheeler, commissioner; Tyner Hughes, deputy marshal; Dick Berryhill, Cub McIntosh, witnesses; attached list of grand, petit, and alternate jurors, George Weidham, R.M. Gilbert, John Keeton, Calvin M. Dye, T.V. Whittlesey, B.W. Herring, E.B. Chastine, J.P. Mack, Theodore H. West, John H. Henson, A.W. Vanhooser, M.H. Copeland, Charles Richardson, W.C. Calhoun, Eli Roof, W.P. Clardy, A.F. Coleman, A.C. Euibry, C. Fox, W.H. Crawford, A.T. Bouham, Daniel Chaplin, G.U. Spradling, Peter B. Allen, D. Barton, John Brown, J.M. Caldwell, A.H. Sawyers, H. Shields, H.W. Gilbreath, James Hood, Willis Smith, T.G. May, John Matherly, Robert Curtis, Giles Hancock, J.H. Harrison, John C. Calico, Elijah Drake Jr., J.P. Berry, Thomas Hill, J.T. Bond, J.H. Queen, U.W. Pipkin, Lewis W. Gore, J.T. Millsap, Joseph Bruce, James B. Griffith, Jesse Cornish, S.H. Boyd, J. Cole, H.H. Jones, Calvin Mooney, William Robertson, J.H. Evans, Z.N. McAfee, James W. Norwood, W.S. Albright, J.B. Harwell, J.H. Rackerby, T.W. Smith, J.W. Mashburn, jurors; attached list of warrants issued; U.S. v. Charles Gray, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Frank H. Guive, passing counterfeit money; U.S. v. Bud Hill, larceny; U.S. v. Rozzell Mackey, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Jerry Lewis; G.S. Williams, deputy clerk; Thomas Boles, U.S. marshal; John Paterson, deputy marshal
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1885 June 25-July 6
Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.); Eufaula, Choctaw Nation
MS.000962, Box 12, Folder 5, Item 48
United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962
Arkansas State Archives
Item 12_05_048, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
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