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THE WILLIAMS NEWS LOCALS. For Rent. Good piano. Inquire at Williams Hardware and Station ery Co. Mrs. J. X. McDonald came, in from her ranch Thursday" for a day's visit in town. Miss Carrie Geyer and her cousin, Miss Nachtrieh, who has been vis iting here for the past month, left for California last Tuesday. Mrs. Mabel . Miller has severed her connection with the Bright Angel Hotel at the canyon, and re turned to Los Angeles yesterday. Mrs. Herbert oous arrived the first of the week from California and is enjoying this lmlmy. Arizona climate. Herb is consequently- happy. Will Lockeridge came in Wed nesday with the Jacobs engineering arty. The work having been fin ished this week, Will says he is "Phelan" considerably better. Engineer Jacobs and wife return ed Wednesday evening from the Cataract Canyon country, Mr. Jacobs having finished his work on the government survey in that section. Dr. Tyroler was called to Ash Fork Saturday, last, to set a brok en arm for Walter Codington, an employe of Bixby & Patterson, who fell from a wagon he was loading. Mr. E.T. Phelan leaves today for Needles, California, where he ex ects to locate permanently. At present his family will remain in Williams, joining him later on when he is fully settled. Ed Woods, formerly member of the firm of Woods A Griffith, well known curio dealers of Tucson, was a business visitor in the city Wed nesday. Mr. Woods is in this sec tion in search of curios for his new Los Angeles store. The Williams Drag Co. have re ceived a handsome safe from the Herring-Hall-Marvin Co.,' of Ham ilton, Ohio. This is the first new safe received since the fire,' and with this as a sample, agent Com stock should have no difficulty in placing numerous order. Gen. A. J. Sampson, of Phoenix, present minister to Ecuador, is vis iting his daughter, Mrs. Frank Liv rrmore, who resides near Flagstaff. He gives an interesting account of the people of Equador, and says the capital, Quito, where he is sta tioned, is at an altitude of 10,000 feet, but frostless and different from what is generally supposed, being a very healthy country .""In answer to the inquiry if Bmall-pox prevail ed, as in most Spanish countries, he said the altitude was too high for.it; at Quito it was almost un known,. He says that the people are primitive in their, ways; the food of the common people being mostly corn. He says, even at the high altitude, green corn and green vegetables can be obtained the year round. American and English capital is drifting in and construct ing railroads and engaging in other enterprises and bringing the people out from the darkness which has so long prevailed with them. Ecuador in the Spanish means equator, and lies directly under that line. Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Helen Riordan, of Flagstaff, to Mr. Jack Kenealy, of Los Angeles. Miss Riordan is very well known in Phoenix where she spent several winter seasons. She is the eldest daughter of D. M. Riordan, former ly president of the Arizona Timber and Lumber company, but recently general agent in this territory of the Westinghouse Manufacturing company. Gossip has been that Miss Riordan has a fortune in her own name, but that the match was entirely made through friendship, which later ripened into love. Mr. Kenealy is the son of Jacob Kent ealy, formerly the part owner of the Alkire Dry Goods house of this city. Little is known of him in Phoenix, most of his life having been spent on the coast. The cere mony will be performed at the Main Street Cathedral of the Catho lic churches of Los Angeles, about the 15th of October, and it is said the maid of honor and one of the bridesmaids Miss Riordan will choose from her Phoenix friends. Phoenix Enterprise. Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. To Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the co-partnership heretofore existing under the name and style of Bug gel n & Thurber, doing business at the Grand Canyon of Arizona, in Coconino county, territory of Ari zona, is this day dissolved by mu tual consent, Mr. Martin Buggeln having herotofore purchased the entire interest of Mr; J. W. Thur ber in the said co-partnership, busi ness and holdings, and will continue to conduct the said business in his individual capacity. Dated at Williams, Arizona, this 1st day of September, A. D.'lOOl. Martin Bcggelx, J. W. Tiicrber. L.SCHEY the Men's Outfitter 5 1 Wish to Announce to the Public That I have resumed business in the Brick Building: next to Phelan's New Butcher .Shop, having- at present a complete stock of CLOTHING, MEPTS FURNISH INGS, HATS and CAPS, GLOVES, BOOTS and SHOES, TRUNKS and VA LISES, which I am offering- at VERY LOW PRICES. Thanking' " my old patrons for past favors 'and asking a continuance of the same in the future, I am - Yours truly, L. SCHEY. The Palace MEAT MARKET C. W. MARTIN. Prop. Beef, Veal, Mutton and Sausage CONSTANTLY ON HAND Bell Spring Butter. Oysters and Fish in Season WILLIAMS, ARIZONA J. NAIASKOWSKI CONTRACTOR BUILDER PLANS AND ESTIMATES Aonrr ro Pianos. Furniture. Household Goods. Wall Papers. Paint and Cement. AH kinds of Ulsss. Sewer Pipe. P. A B. Building Paper, P. B. Ready Hoofing Undertaking; Embalming: WILLIAMS. ARIZONA SANTA FE ROUTE Time Table Effective June 16, 1 90 1 READ DOWN RKAD CP No. 7 tim 2 35 pm 7 nr. am in on pm 3 72 m 4 on am 35 am 7 66 am lo so am 12 OA pm 1 OA pm 1 30 pm 1 35 pm 4 15 pm on pm V pm ft pm XU pm lltsm I 2 am 3 2ft am 7 0Oam 12 46 pm A 56 pm No. S I J railed 1 on pm 1 14 am s an am 3 20 pm 4 10 am 9 25 am 12 35 pm 3 05 pm 4 25 pm 6 25 pm No. 1 10 on pm 11 00 am ft oo pm 7 15 am 10 l pm 4 02 am 4 85 am 7 12 am 8 SO am 11 2.-. am 1 OA pm Sua pm STATIONS. Ar Lr Chicago. . . Kansas City Ietiver I Junta .... Albuquerque. Winnie Vinllup Hoi brook 'Wlnslow Flsgataff Williams Ar...Ash Fork Lv 6 on pm H 85 pra 2 40 am 6 25 pm t) 85 pm 3 Oft pm 40 pm 9 . pm 11 ou pm 12 90 am 4 SO am " 40 am 3 30 am 12 46 pm 6 Aft pm No. 2 7 40 am 5 OTi pm 10 no sm 10 'J0 pm 0 i6 am 120 am 1 66 sm 11 22 pm 10 25 pra ft 25 pm 6 50 pm 6 26 pm 2 30 pm 2 35 pm 3 59 pm 6 47 pm 7 55 pm 3 20 pm 9 47 pm 11 25 pm 2 25 am S UO sm 9 20 am 12 45 pm Lv Ash Fork Ar' Ar.... Prescolt . ...Lv'. Ar Phoenix I.v Lt. Ash Fork Ar, Hellgman ... ....Peach feprings King-man Ar.. 'Needles Lt Needles. Blake . Rsgdsd. Itaggclt Barstow Kramer Ar.....MoJave Lv ..Lv ..Arl ...w. AT. Ar. Los Angeles . ban l'lt-go .. Ar. Han Francisco .Lv 600 4 OO 12 50 10 40 745 720 6 25 4 Oft 1 80 1 10 pm pm pra am am am am am am am 7 15 pm 1 35 pm No. 4 Limited 2 15 pra 2 40 am oo pm 11 47 am 11 45 pm 6 S3 pm 3 10 pro 1 25 pm 12 10 pm lo 56 sm No. 3 9 00 pm 7 15 am 6 OO pm 3 55 am 6 45 pm 1 47 pm 1 25 pm 9 50 am 8 65 am 40 am 5 15 am 3 &S am 10 40 am loom 11 30 pm 10 55 am 10 00 am 15 am 4 00 am 3 60 am 8 00 am 12 80 am 10 40 pm 00 pm 1 35 pm 9 00 am 2 50 am 12 20 am 10 15 pm 7 25 pm 7 00 pm 3 OO pm 3 35 pm 1 44 pm 1 25 pm 12 04 pm 11 10 am 8 00pm Meal stations. Nos. 3 and 4 run twice a week between Chicago. Kan Francisco and Lou Angeles. Pnllmsn Pslsce Sleeping Cars daily through between Chicago and Kan Francisco and Chicago and Los Angeles. Pill I man Tourist Sleeping Cars daily through between Chicago and San Francisco and Cblcsgo and Los Angelas. The ;rand Canron of ibe Colorado can be reached only by this line. The California Limited carries tbe following new equipment: Buffet smoking car. Marrey dining car. and observation sleeping car, between Chicago and Los Angeles; double drawing room sleeping car, bet Veen Chicago and ttan lirgo; double drawing room sleeping eat. between Ksnsss ( In and Los Acgeles. Connections at La Junta from Denver and at Los Angeles for Han In-go and Hants Barbara. Fastest train to Southern California and over the shortest line. - Limited to six ears, wide vestibuled. electric lighted. No finer t.-ain anywhere. The observation car contains ten sections and a handsomely finished ohaervstiun room. The buffet smoking car contains a spacious smoking and reading room with I buffet. Both these cars are supplied with current periodicals and ststionery. All meals en route will be served In the dining car, under tbe direction of Mr. Fred Harvey. ro extra fare enargea on tbe California IJmlted. Regular first -class tickets only requtsed. JOHN J BYRNK. O. P. A., Los, Angeles, California. Jf. J. HTOSON. Agent, Williams, Arizona.