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1889 June 1-28

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Geographical Area

Fort Smith, Sebastian County (Ark.)

Language

English

Identifier

MS.000962, Box 18, Folder 3, Item 32

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

Contributing Entity

Arkansas State Archives

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Item 18_03_032, United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.

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1889 June 28: Voucher, includes cost of warrants for commitment to jail; R.B. Creekman, deputy marshal; U.S. v. Henry Cooper, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Joseph Trohorn, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. William Flannery, introducing spirituous liquors and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Henry M. Durham, introducing spirituous liquors and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Harris, introducing spirituous liquors and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. William Morgan, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. J.M. Cox, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Nichols Johnson, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Alex McCurtain, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Julius Campbell, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Peter Pitchly, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. White Flannery, introducing spirituous liquors and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Samuel Glisner, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. James Holland, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Stanford Wade, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. James Adams, introducing spirituous liquors

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