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in this poor a Colora is the capitalists, mining well, being almost in Col states, that that state for cash in. along the An territory or comes to of its in mining perfectly industry Arizona biggest is on an now not suitable After come to and in the La Fiesta. The fiesta closed on Sunday night after.a fairly successful four days engagement. The crowning event was the realistic event of the Indian attack upon the settler's cabin, its destruction and the death of the settler's daughter. The chilliness of a late October night prevented the full attendance which the programme for the night deserved. The performance on Sunday afternoon was only an interesting repitition of that of the three pre ceeding days. The steer tying contest was won by Dick Meadows, 'taking into ac count the averages. The best time was made b' him on the last day, 19 seconds. As a superb horsewoman Miss Itosalio Higgins distinguished herself and was really one of the most interesting features of the en tertainment. The Scott children. precocious and at home on horseback, won the well deservec praise of the audience every day. Generally the first fiesta may be considered a success . and the begin ning of a series of similar enter tainments. The managerial ability of Mr. Chas. Gors was of course es sential but not less so was the skill of Arizona Charlie the originator and the head and frot of all feast of skill Republican. Bob accident he was ice-factory stumbled and breaking and Bulletin. to inspect line under now a the arrival will go to Garza A. W. had charge railroad, for and while last week, and had Bulletin. Last of occasioned by B. Charley and Paxton which was Somebody but for stopped arrested Lieut. J.

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  1. The St Johns Herald,
  2. 08 Nov 1894, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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