Title

1886 January 18: Voucher, U.S. v. Ellis Knight, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Simon Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Eastman McNail, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Martin Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Starling Ouahautubbee, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Bud Bennet, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Pink Ballard, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Francis McPherson, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Ellis Johnson, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Daniel McDaniel, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. John Barnett, retail liquour dealer; James T. Carrall, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Stephen Price, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Eli Taylor, introducing spirtuous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Harvey Davidson, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. James Thornton, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Hoofer, murder; U.S. v. Charles Drew, murder; U.S. v. Nelson Marona, murder; U.S. v. Frank Smith, retail liquour dealer, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Richie, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Buffalo, larceny; U.S. v. Ce A. Parker, larcency; U.S. v. Julius D. Carter, larceny; U.S. v. Frank Gills, bigamy; U.S. v. Byington Colbert, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Benjamin June, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Rily Hubbard, larceny; includes costs for transportation of 29 convicts, deputy marshal and 6 guards; John Carroll, U.S. marshal; Charles Hall, C.A. Warren agent for railroad; William J. Johnson, P.A. O’Neal, E.P. Niles, C. Peining, M. Nathaniel, H.W. Faig, retailers paid on trip; W.H. Cravens, Frank Carroll, George Maledan, Frank Barling, Michael O’Connell, guards; James C. Petigrew, deputy marshal; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; S.A. Williams, deputy clerk

Creator

Files

Download

Download Full Text (2.1 MB)

Date Original

1886 January 6-18

Physical Description

Document

Geographical Area

Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.); St. Louis, St. Louis County (Mo.); Chicago, Cook County (Ill.); Detroit, Wayne County (Mich.); Rogers, Benton County (Ark.); Pierce City, Lawrence County (Mo.)

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000962, Box 13, Folder 4, Item 18

Resource Type

Text

Collection

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

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

Recommended Citation

Item 13_04_018, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Rights

Use and reproduction of images held by the Arkansas State Archives without prior written permission is prohibited. For information on reproducing images held by the Arkansas State Archives, please call 501-682-6900 or email at state.archives@arkansas.gov.

Disciplines

United States History

Preview

image preview
1886 January 18: Voucher, U.S. v. Ellis Knight, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Simon Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Eastman McNail, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Martin Lewis, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Starling Ouahautubbee, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Bud Bennet, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Pink Ballard, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Francis McPherson, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Ellis Johnson, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Daniel McDaniel, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. John Barnett, retail liquour dealer; James T. Carrall, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Stephen Price, retail liquor dealer; U.S. v. Eli Taylor, introducing spirtuous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Harvey Davidson, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. James Thornton, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Hoofer, murder; U.S. v. Charles Drew, murder; U.S. v. Nelson Marona, murder; U.S. v. Frank Smith, retail liquour dealer, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Richie, retail liquor dealer, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Buffalo, larceny; U.S. v. Ce A. Parker, larcency; U.S. v. Julius D. Carter, larceny; U.S. v. Frank Gills, bigamy; U.S. v. Byington Colbert, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Benjamin June, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Rily Hubbard, larceny; includes costs for transportation of 29 convicts, deputy marshal and 6 guards; John Carroll, U.S. marshal; Charles Hall, C.A. Warren agent for railroad; William J. Johnson, P.A. O’Neal, E.P. Niles, C. Peining, M. Nathaniel, H.W. Faig, retailers paid on trip; W.H. Cravens, Frank Carroll, George Maledan, Frank Barling, Michael O’Connell, guards; James C. Petigrew, deputy marshal; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; S.A. Williams, deputy clerk

Share

COinS