125 years ago
1895: W. W. Fuller, who has been in charge of the Flagstaff & Canyon Railroad survey, left for Phoenix on Monday.
Alfred W. Faunt left Monday for Pasadena, California, where he has secured a position as engineer of a pumping plant.
A Flagstaff gentleman, name unknown, has started a dancing school at the rink.
Poker games have been engaging the attention of many this week and several high players are reported.
Genial Tom Fleming now graces the dry goods department of Polson Bros. with his presence and ability as a regular employee.
Dr. R. M. Francis sewed up a bad lip for Ed Phelan this week caused by a fractious steer in the Phelan Bros. slaughter pen.
Johnny Moore, chief clerk for Train Master Perry, has arrived with his accomplished bride from Greencastle, Indiana. They will occupy the Forney property on South Third Street.
City Attorney Dunbar visited Flagstaff on Tuesday for Mrs. C. E. Boyce in connection with the sheriff’s sale of the Enoch lots on South Third Street. Mr. Dunbar, as attorney for Mrs. C. E. Boyce’s bid on the above, named lots for him at $18 each.
Small pox has made its appearance in Tombstone.