THE WILLIAMS NEWS
THE NEW YORK STORE
I jKM still,
IX THE LEAD
JUST RECEIVED AN
ELEGANT LINE OF
Clothing and Furnishing
Goods, 2C Boots and Shoes
Which MUST GO at
Astonishing: Low Prices
N. Fried berg. Prop.
THE NEW YORK STORE
Dr. Tyroler was in Seligman yes
terday. Rev. G. V. Geyer visited Flag
staff the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. M.Salzman return
ed to the city from California this
Miss Ruth Ilayward left this
week for Los Angeles where f he will
attend school the coming winter.
Jas. Perkins will leave tonight
for a day's visit with his sister,
Mrs. John Flick, now at the cinder
Dan McDonald, who has been
lown with mountain fever for the
Kt two weeks, was around town
yesterday for the first time.
Martin Buggeln has purchased
J. W. Thurher's interest in the
stage line, trail stock, etc., at the
Bright Angel hotel, and is now sole
owner. Though the erection of a
Harvey House is a question of only
a few months, the stage and trail
stock will be kept up for the lenefit
f travelers along the brink of the
Mrs. M. J. Kennedy and family,
who have been spending the week
in the city, will return to their
home in Flagstaff this evening. On
next Wednesday she will leave for
a two-weeks' visit with her parents
in Newcastle, Ind. M. J. exiects
to accompany his wife and family
as far as Albuquerque, if hi? busi
ness will allow him.
A peculiar accident occurred
near the Bright Angel hotel Wed
nesday. While the graders were at
work clearing the right-of-way, a
large blast that had been placed
under a mammoth stump, shot the
stump into the air until it was a
mere speck in the sky. It descend
ed into an unoccupied tent near the
hotel, completely demolishing it. It
then bounded across the street,
tearing up another tent. Fortu
nately, no one was hurt.
The most horrible tragedy since
the assassination of President James
A. Garfield occurred yesterday at
Buffalo, X. Y., in the assassination of
President McKinley by a Polish
anarchist or crank.
- The assassin fired two shots, both
taking effect in the stomach of the
President. As soon as .the shots
were fired the President Iwwed to a
detective and then walked quietly to
a chair and sat down with no ap
parent show of pain.
The assasin fieri, but was soon
captured. He gives his name as
Fred Neiman,2S years of age and a
Pole by descent. He is 5 feet, 9
inches, weighs lfiO ll., hair brown,
eyes blue, smooth face, regular fea
fures, prominent nose. He claims
Cleveland, Chicago and Detroit as
The latest news states that the
prosjiects for the President's recov
ery are good.
For Sale or Lkase. The proi
erty known as Rowe's Well, near
brink of Grand Canyon. Address
Cantonement. Oklahoma Ter.
Still Improving It.
The announcement has been re
cently made that a magnificent six
page colored comic supplement will
be added to the Los Angeles Sun
day Herald. It is promised that
this will be the finest colored sup
plement ever published by any
newspaper in the west. The first
one will appear about October 1.
The Sunday Herald has leen mak
ing some pretty rapid strides lately.
Its Sunday magazine is far ahead
of any Sunday magazine on the
coast, and is constantly being im
proved and presenting new and at
At town hall the common council
of the town of Williams met on the
27th day of August, at 8 p. m., pur
suant to adjournment.
Present, B. F. Sweetwood, Geo.
Wharton, and the mayor. Absent,
Jos. Johnston, F. R. Nellis.
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
The first business in order was
the report of the special committee,
Williams, Ariz., Aug. 27, 1901.
To the Mayor and Common Council
of the town of Williams:
The undersigned, a special com
mittee, appointed for the considera
tion of the bids of Dr. P. A. Melick,
Dr. A. Tyroler and Dr. A. G. Roun
seville, to fulfill the position of
town health officer, beg to report
and recommend as follows:
The above mentioned bids have
received due attention, and we
recommend the acceptance of the
proposition of Dr. A. Tyroler, and
recommend his appointment.
Geo. G. Wharton,
Whereupon Dr. A. Tyroler was
appointed town health officer by
the mayor. Same was approved
by the council on motion of Mr.
Wharton, seconded by Mr. Sweet
wood. On consent of council Mr. Whit
tlesy made a short talk on econom
ical building. Mr. Ashurst also
addressed the council on behalf of
Poison Bros., in reference to side
walk grade in front of their store.
Mr. Sweetwood asked for leave
of alwe; same was granted for
twenty days, lieginning the 20th
day of August.
Meeting adjourned until Satur
day, August 31, at 1 p. m.
Council met on Saturday, August
31, at 1 p. m., pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present, Jos. Johnston, Geo.
Wharton and the mayor. Absent,
F. R. Nellis and B. F. Sweetwood.
A proosed ordinance was read,
entitled "An Ordinance to Regulate
Obstructions on the Sidewalks of
the Town of Williams, and to Pun
ish for a Violation Thereof." On
motion of Mr. Johnston, seconded
by Mr. Wharton, the same was
adopted, to be known as ordinance
Another proposed ordinance was
also read, entitled "An Ordinance
to Amend sub-Divisions 8, 19 and
30, of Section 1, of Ordinance No.
8, Entitled 'An Ordinance to Im
pose a License Tax on All Persons,
Firms and Corporations, Engaged
in Any Business, Calling or Occu
pation Named in This Ordinance,
and to Provide for the Collection
Thereof.' " Same was adopted on
motion of Mr. Wharton, seconded
by Mr. Johnston, to be known as
ordinance No. 17.
Whereupon the meeting was ad
journed until Tuesday, September
3, at 8 p. m.
Oldest Bank in Northern Arizona
of Flagstaff, Arizona
Psyr. Interest on Time Deposits
Sell Exchange on Foreign
Transmits Money fey Telegraph
T. K. roLUx K. T. J. Pollock.
C. 11. KowAtiw, C. O. Robinson.
Cashier Asst. Cashier
H. II. Watkijcs, Agt., Kingman, Arizona.
H. PVLr., Mgr.. Williams, Arizona.
Legal Tender Saloon
MARRY niNER. Proprietor
j j NEW HOUSE.M
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Pianos, Furniture. Household Goods. Wall
Papers. Paint and Cement. All kinds of
Olass, Sewer Pipe. P. & B. Building
Paper. P. B. Ready Roofing
Undertaking j Embalming;
O. W. MARTIN, Prop.
Bef, Veal, Mutton and
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Bell Spring Butter. Oysters and
Fish in Season
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