Bio: Williams, George, saloon row
Contact: Vickie

----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 2-11-1881

The Colby Phonograph of last week says: "A man giving the name of George Williams was severely stabbed in a saloon row, at Unity, last Saturday evening, by one august Seller. They were in the saloon drinking when an alteration ensued which resulted in the above stabbing. Williams received six severe cuts in the back and shoulders and a number in the head, and it was supposed at first that they would prove fatal, but, after an examination, it was decided that with careful nursing he would pull through. Seller was arrested and will be examined today. District Attorney Eldred appearing for the State and R. B. Salter for the Defense."



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