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TIIK COCONINO SUN.
Death of a Brave Man.
Dr. K. W. Dutcher of I'rescott died
Saturday from the result of burns re-1
wived In ft fruitless but biaveeffott to
save the life of Mr. 11. T. Andrews on
September 7, at the time of the burning j
of the Andrew h residence. Until vv lib-'
in a few dins of his death it was1
thought that ho would recover, but cer
cbi'o spinal meningitis set in ami it
speedily proved fatal. Dr. Dutcher was!
M vears of age. He went to Prescoti .
THE GIRL AND THE BIRD-
slut' do.ir lilnl, mul ImiiNIi sorrow ;
Slnif vour sweetest, ilo not Hut:
slnf, nil. shu' for by tomorrow
I muv wear vou In in lint.
For nil, failed roes of line.
To fold lth jour kerchief und iflovc.
For me. Just one deur. tender titmice,
shut fust In m lmok of romance
Money Order Uses.
H. a mux ruling of the iostollice de-
in 1892, and within a short time hail j purtmout the scope of tlio money order
gained the largest practice In the town. I svstem has been widened. As a sav
Ho was a good citizen and was fore-j ings b.mk. at places wliere banks are
most in every public enterprise. He not in operation, m-i-soiis can temtoru
w.vs a Knight Templar. Ho leaves an I rilj deK)sit funds for safe keeping b
invalid wife and two children, drawing orders in their favor, which
w ill be tcfumlcd on demand, or the ol
der mav lie Indoi sed to another person
A New Railroad.
Articles of incorKrailon of the Sagi
naw Railroad companj have been Hied
You can pay with them tradesmen and
with the te.ritorial secretary, by the BeUl - tnmll expense with
following named persons, and the I tt" reslHU ul ",hUUU I01"1'
amount of capital stock subscribed j3 You can also ue them in payment of
tiVMXX): John C. Brown, George C.
Wharton, Max Salman, Wm. Cutting,
Clias. F. Hobeits and Kdwuid M. Doe.
Mr. John C. Hrmvn holds 240,.'tK)
worth of the capital stock and the re
maining stockholders $100 each. It is
proxwed to build the road from a point
at or near Williams on the Santu Fe
1'ucitic through Coconino and Yavapai
counties to Jerome. Tlio line of the
road is to bo in the nclghliorhood of
thirty -id x miles in length and with all
necessary branches not to exceed flft.v
A large and magnificent stock of
gas bills, dues to oigaulzutions and
in ai Ions other wavs for about what
it eosts for a cheroot.
School shoes for lxith lxivs and girls
should be right as to quality und st.vle
and lit. The Flagstaff Cash Store has
just what j on want in this line and at
Those desiring their houses or stores
fitted with pipe and fixtures, can have
tliu work done promptly and aeciirateH
bj W. F. Friedlein. Ill tf. '
Co to Davison & Cronin's for every
thing lirst-cliiss in harness and saddles.
men's furnishing good has just been re-' U'1 to u"'- You know the phice. :Mlf
solved by the Flagstaff Cash Store. I
The stock embraces negligee shirts, '
underwear, hosiery, the "swellest" .
styles of neckwear, etc. i"tf i
Funston for printing that pleases.
Indies' calling cards, in tho correct
For Justice of the Peace.
I henln unnoiim e im.pf nu n . u.ii.i..,u r..
. . , , .. , ' , tueomce or Justice or the leace. for riuitsUirf
Mj les, printed In the latest eoppcr-pluto I precinct, subject to the decision of the voters ut
script at this otlice. i " "'" ""'ffivW.,,,, n fj,