1876 September 29: Account, U.S. v. William Chunn, W.S. Burke, and James N. Clark; U.S. v. J.W. Jordon, William Kirk, and William Ryder; U.S. v. John M. Taylor and William Dodge; U.S. v. John Burke, C.C. Lipe, William H. Pool, and Mathew Gid; U.S. v. Walter Rushing and T.A. Donald; U.S. v. George Scott, T. McIntosh, and Gabriel Marshall; U.S. v. Lewis Case, Z.T. Ward, and Stephen A. Donald; U.S. v. John N. Sarber, I.S.W. Yonley, Henry Page, William S. Oliver, Jefferson G. Batsford, and John Stoddard; U.S. v. David McKibben; U.S. v. One Chish Medieives; U.S. v. Elias Rector and C.G. Scott; U.S. v. Richard Welch, John W. Holland, E.M. Adair, and T.P. Wright; U.S. v. J.W. Sharp and William Johnson; U.S. v. William A. Britton, J.S. Robinson, Samuel McCloud, John Ingle, C.W. Price, and James Harris; U.S. v. George Newton and A.G. Newton; U.S. v. James Prater, John Nichols, and Ira Awes, murder; U.S. v. Richard Graham, larceny; U.S. v. John Bogle, murder; U.S. v. Richmond Clark and Alex Fisher, larceny; U.S. v. Sicker Wiltons, murder; U.S. v. One Patterson, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Eve Hargo, larceny; U.S. v. Jack Burns, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Jack Gelstrap, murder; U.S. v. Charles Magee, receiving a prisoner from a U.S. officer; U.S. v. Simpson Melton, larceny; U.S. v. John Connor, receiving state goods; U.S. v. William Moncrief, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Joseph Blackburn, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Joe Denbow, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Waggoner, receiving state goods; U.S. v. W.C. Cummings and James Hammers, purchasing arms from U.S. soldiers; U.S. v. John Kelchum, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Charles Riley, dealer in manufactured tobacco without paying special tax; U.S. v. John Farran, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Lewis Keys and H. Crystal, larceny; U.S. v. Doe McLane, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Levi Adair, resisting officer of U.S.; U.S. v. Tony Fulson and Samuel Harkins, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ben Hurley, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. James Hoyle, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Osey Sanders, murder; U.S. v. Frank Miller, larceny; U.S. v. Lizzie Coleman, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Charles Burke, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Sharpe, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Alexander Hamilton, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Elmer Vallance, introducing spirituous liquor and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Virgil Lewis, larceny; U.S. v. John N. Moore, extortion; U.S. v. Ki Coleman, murder; U.S. v. Russell McKinney, murder; U.S. v. Newton Scinpshere, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Frank Hamilton, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Taylor, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Josephine Harris, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Joe Palmer, larceny; U.S. v. James Gardner, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ella Horton, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Louh, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Samuel Peters, murder; U.S. v. David Thompson, larceny; U.S. v. Zip Langston, larceny; U.S. v. John Kilmartin, murder; U.S. v. Emanuel Redreguez, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Charles Green, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Henry Bullian, illicit distilling; U.S. v. Bow Poniter, illicit distilling; U.S. v. One Wilson, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Moody, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Stephen Bluejacket, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. David Inman, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. William Hedrick, larceny; U.S. v. Aff Cox, larceny; U.S. v. Willis Laurener, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Valley, Ralph Edmonds, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Lewis Logan and Joseph Kendrick, larceny; U.S. v. Bud Dean, larceny; U.S. v. John Shaver, larceny; U.S. v. Richard Munn, larceny; U.S. v. Thomas Webber and John Nann, larceny; U.S. v. Jake Davis, larceny; U.S. v. Levy Hall, larceny; U.S. v. Surion George, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Robert Love, larceny; U.S. v. Joseph B. McDowell, larceny; U.S. v. George Brogdeu and Isaac Wright, illicit distillery; U.S. v. John Ryan, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Henry Wells, larceny; U.S. v. Samuel Brown, larceny; U.S. v. Robert Cheatham, attempt to murder; U.S. v. Henry Armstrong, larceny; U.S. v. Sylvester Carroll and John Jester, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Willis Nelson and Robert Huff, conspiracy to commit larceny; U.S. v. Albert Thompson, larceny; U.S. v. James McKane, larceny; U.S. v. James McKane and John M. Belk, larceny; U.S. v. Zack Taylor, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Leander Beaux and David Beaux, larceny; U.S. v. Dennis McCoy, larceny; U.S. v. Stephen Dewford, larceny; U.S. v. O.P. Love, contempt; U.S. v. Cap Hicks, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Jake Love, contempt; U.S. v. William C. Rose and Cyrus R. Stephenson, contempt; U.S. v. John Kemp, contempt; U.S. v. Henry Munchardt, contempt; U.S. v. William W. Ish, contempt; U.S. v. Jacob Baer, contempt; U.S. v. E.A. Kline, contempt; U.S. v. John Anderson, contempt; U.S. v. Andy Miller, contempt; U.S. v. Josephine Cannon and One Mills, contempt; U.S. v. Blade Ashley and William Datson, larceny; U.S. v. Ezekial Proctor, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Hews, murder; Includes other miscellaneous accounts

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1876 September 29: Account, U.S. v. William Chunn, W.S. Burke, and James N. Clark; U.S. v. J.W. Jordon, William Kirk, and William Ryder; U.S. v. John M. Taylor and William Dodge; U.S. v. John Burke, C.C. Lipe, William H. Pool, and Mathew Gid; U.S. v. Walter Rushing and T.A. Donald; U.S. v. George Scott, T. McIntosh, and Gabriel Marshall; U.S. v. Lewis Case, Z.T. Ward, and Stephen A. Donald; U.S. v. John N. Sarber, I.S.W. Yonley, Henry Page, William S. Oliver, Jefferson G. Batsford, and John Stoddard; U.S. v. David McKibben; U.S. v. One Chish Medieives; U.S. v. Elias Rector and C.G. Scott; U.S. v. Richard Welch, John W. Holland, E.M. Adair, and T.P. Wright; U.S. v. J.W. Sharp and William Johnson; U.S. v. William A. Britton, J.S. Robinson, Samuel McCloud, John Ingle, C.W. Price, and James Harris; U.S. v. George Newton and A.G. Newton; U.S. v. James Prater, John Nichols, and Ira Awes, murder; U.S. v. Richard Graham, larceny; U.S. v. John Bogle, murder; U.S. v. Richmond Clark and Alex Fisher, larceny; U.S. v. Sicker Wiltons, murder; U.S. v. One Patterson, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Eve Hargo, larceny; U.S. v. Jack Burns, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Jack Gelstrap, murder; U.S. v. Charles Magee, receiving a prisoner from a U.S. officer; U.S. v. Simpson Melton, larceny; U.S. v. John Connor, receiving state goods; U.S. v. William Moncrief, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Joseph Blackburn, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Joe Denbow, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Waggoner, receiving state goods; U.S. v. W.C. Cummings and James Hammers, purchasing arms from U.S. soldiers; U.S. v. John Kelchum, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Charles Riley, dealer in manufactured tobacco without paying special tax; U.S. v. John Farran, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Lewis Keys and H. Crystal, larceny; U.S. v. Doe McLane, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Levi Adair, resisting officer of U.S.; U.S. v. Tony Fulson and Samuel Harkins, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ben Hurley, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. James Hoyle, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Osey Sanders, murder; U.S. v. Frank Miller, larceny; U.S. v. Lizzie Coleman, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Charles Burke, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Sharpe, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Alexander Hamilton, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Elmer Vallance, introducing spirituous liquor and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Virgil Lewis, larceny; U.S. v. John N. Moore, extortion; U.S. v. Ki Coleman, murder; U.S. v. Russell McKinney, murder; U.S. v. Newton Scinpshere, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Frank Hamilton, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Taylor, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Josephine Harris, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Joe Palmer, larceny; U.S. v. James Gardner, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ella Horton, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Louh, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Samuel Peters, murder; U.S. v. David Thompson, larceny; U.S. v. Zip Langston, larceny; U.S. v. John Kilmartin, murder; U.S. v. Emanuel Redreguez, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Charles Green, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Henry Bullian, illicit distilling; U.S. v. Bow Poniter, illicit distilling; U.S. v. One Wilson, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Moody, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Stephen Bluejacket, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. David Inman, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. William Hedrick, larceny; U.S. v. Aff Cox, larceny; U.S. v. Willis Laurener, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Valley, Ralph Edmonds, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Lewis Logan and Joseph Kendrick, larceny; U.S. v. Bud Dean, larceny; U.S. v. John Shaver, larceny; U.S. v. Richard Munn, larceny; U.S. v. Thomas Webber and John Nann, larceny; U.S. v. Jake Davis, larceny; U.S. v. Levy Hall, larceny; U.S. v. Surion George, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Robert Love, larceny; U.S. v. Joseph B. McDowell, larceny; U.S. v. George Brogdeu and Isaac Wright, illicit distillery; U.S. v. John Ryan, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Henry Wells, larceny; U.S. v. Samuel Brown, larceny; U.S. v. Robert Cheatham, attempt to murder; U.S. v. Henry Armstrong, larceny; U.S. v. Sylvester Carroll and John Jester, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Willis Nelson and Robert Huff, conspiracy to commit larceny; U.S. v. Albert Thompson, larceny; U.S. v. James McKane, larceny; U.S. v. James McKane and John M. Belk, larceny; U.S. v. Zack Taylor, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Leander Beaux and David Beaux, larceny; U.S. v. Dennis McCoy, larceny; U.S. v. Stephen Dewford, larceny; U.S. v. O.P. Love, contempt; U.S. v. Cap Hicks, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Jake Love, contempt; U.S. v. William C. Rose and Cyrus R. Stephenson, contempt; U.S. v. John Kemp, contempt; U.S. v. Henry Munchardt, contempt; U.S. v. William W. Ish, contempt; U.S. v. Jacob Baer, contempt; U.S. v. E.A. Kline, contempt; U.S. v. John Anderson, contempt; U.S. v. Andy Miller, contempt; U.S. v. Josephine Cannon and One Mills, contempt; U.S. v. Blade Ashley and William Datson, larceny; U.S. v. Ezekial Proctor, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Hews, murder; Includes other miscellaneous accounts

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1876 February 26-September 29

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Filed 1876 October 2, Stephen Wheeler, Clerk

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1876 September 29: Account, U.S. v. William Chunn, W.S. Burke, and James N. Clark; U.S. v. J.W. Jordon, William Kirk, and William Ryder; U.S. v. John M. Taylor and William Dodge; U.S. v. John Burke, C.C. Lipe, William H. Pool, and Mathew Gid; U.S. v. Walter Rushing and T.A. Donald; U.S. v. George Scott, T. McIntosh, and Gabriel Marshall; U.S. v. Lewis Case, Z.T. Ward, and Stephen A. Donald; U.S. v. John N. Sarber, I.S.W. Yonley, Henry Page, William S. Oliver, Jefferson G. Batsford, and John Stoddard; U.S. v. David McKibben; U.S. v. One Chish Medieives; U.S. v. Elias Rector and C.G. Scott; U.S. v. Richard Welch, John W. Holland, E.M. Adair, and T.P. Wright; U.S. v. J.W. Sharp and William Johnson; U.S. v. William A. Britton, J.S. Robinson, Samuel McCloud, John Ingle, C.W. Price, and James Harris; U.S. v. George Newton and A.G. Newton; U.S. v. James Prater, John Nichols, and Ira Awes, murder; U.S. v. Richard Graham, larceny; U.S. v. John Bogle, murder; U.S. v. Richmond Clark and Alex Fisher, larceny; U.S. v. Sicker Wiltons, murder; U.S. v. One Patterson, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Eve Hargo, larceny; U.S. v. Jack Burns, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Jack Gelstrap, murder; U.S. v. Charles Magee, receiving a prisoner from a U.S. officer; U.S. v. Simpson Melton, larceny; U.S. v. John Connor, receiving state goods; U.S. v. William Moncrief, introducing spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Joseph Blackburn, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Joe Denbow, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Waggoner, receiving state goods; U.S. v. W.C. Cummings and James Hammers, purchasing arms from U.S. soldiers; U.S. v. John Kelchum, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Charles Riley, dealer in manufactured tobacco without paying special tax; U.S. v. John Farran, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Lewis Keys and H. Crystal, larceny; U.S. v. Doe McLane, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Levi Adair, resisting officer of U.S.; U.S. v. Tony Fulson and Samuel Harkins, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ben Hurley, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. James Hoyle, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Osey Sanders, murder; U.S. v. Frank Miller, larceny; U.S. v. Lizzie Coleman, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Charles Burke, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Sharpe, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Alexander Hamilton, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Elmer Vallance, introducing spirituous liquor and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Virgil Lewis, larceny; U.S. v. John N. Moore, extortion; U.S. v. Ki Coleman, murder; U.S. v. Russell McKinney, murder; U.S. v. Newton Scinpshere, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Frank Hamilton, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. William Taylor, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Josephine Harris, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Joe Palmer, larceny; U.S. v. James Gardner, introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Ella Horton, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Louh, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Samuel Peters, murder; U.S. v. David Thompson, larceny; U.S. v. Zip Langston, larceny; U.S. v. John Kilmartin, murder; U.S. v. Emanuel Redreguez, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Charles Green, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Henry Bullian, illicit distilling; U.S. v. Bow Poniter, illicit distilling; U.S. v. One Wilson, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Moody, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Stephen Bluejacket, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. David Inman, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. William Hedrick, larceny; U.S. v. Aff Cox, larceny; U.S. v. Willis Laurener, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Valley, Ralph Edmonds, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Lewis Logan and Joseph Kendrick, larceny; U.S. v. Bud Dean, larceny; U.S. v. John Shaver, larceny; U.S. v. Richard Munn, larceny; U.S. v. Thomas Webber and John Nann, larceny; U.S. v. Jake Davis, larceny; U.S. v. Levy Hall, larceny; U.S. v. Surion George, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Robert Love, larceny; U.S. v. Joseph B. McDowell, larceny; U.S. v. George Brogdeu and Isaac Wright, illicit distillery; U.S. v. John Ryan, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Henry Wells, larceny; U.S. v. Samuel Brown, larceny; U.S. v. Robert Cheatham, attempt to murder; U.S. v. Henry Armstrong, larceny; U.S. v. Sylvester Carroll and John Jester, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax and introducing spirituous liquor; U.S. v. Willis Nelson and Robert Huff, conspiracy to commit larceny; U.S. v. Albert Thompson, larceny; U.S. v. James McKane, larceny; U.S. v. James McKane and John M. Belk, larceny; U.S. v. Zack Taylor, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. Leander Beaux and David Beaux, larceny; U.S. v. Dennis McCoy, larceny; U.S. v. Stephen Dewford, larceny; U.S. v. O.P. Love, contempt; U.S. v. Cap Hicks, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Jake Love, contempt; U.S. v. William C. Rose and Cyrus R. Stephenson, contempt; U.S. v. John Kemp, contempt; U.S. v. Henry Munchardt, contempt; U.S. v. William W. Ish, contempt; U.S. v. Jacob Baer, contempt; U.S. v. E.A. Kline, contempt; U.S. v. John Anderson, contempt; U.S. v. Andy Miller, contempt; U.S. v. Josephine Cannon and One Mills, contempt; U.S. v. Blade Ashley and William Datson, larceny; U.S. v. Ezekial Proctor, assault with intent to kill; U.S. v. John Hews, murder; Includes other miscellaneous accounts

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