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Re: Help? Enoch M. Fultz in prison 1866-1900
Posted by: dwelling (ID *****0170) Date: March 31, 2008 at 22:38:22
In Reply to: Help? Enoch M. Fultz in prison 1866-1900 by Marilyn McHaney of 790


If you will e-mail me your address at
deewelling@sbcglobal.net, I'll be happy
to mail you my copies of these documents.



I have copies of documents that begin:

"Eureka Springs, August 8, 1898
United States
vs
Enoch M. Fults and Otis McQuirter: Charge Illicit Distilling" and failure to pay federal taxes.



October 5, 1898
Case No. 6870

"It is considered by the Court that the said Enoch M. Fultz for his misdemeanor aforesaid, be imprisoned in the United States Jail, situated at Fort Smith, in the Western District of Arkansas, for the term and period of 4 months and that he pay to the United States of America a fine of 100Dollars together with all their costs inand about the prosecution lid out and expended, and that they have execution therefor.

"It is further considered, that the Marshal of the Western District of Arkansas, to whose custody the said Enoch M. Fultz is now here committed is hereby required to receive and safely keep and convey the body of the said Enoch M.Fultz hence to said United States Jail, without delay,and deliver him to the custody of the Keeper of said jail,who is hereby required to receive and safely keepthe said Enoch M. Fultz in jail in execution of the sentence aforesaid, and in conformity with the same for the full period of time aforesaid."


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