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THE ARIZONA UldPUBLIUAN", PI-IODN1X. WEDNESDAY MOttNUSTG, SEPTEMBER 10, 1890.
THE ARIZONA REPUBLICAN.
THE REPUBLICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY
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llshcs Us rates In full, and exactly u they are.
Spcrlnl portion ads 23 per cent, extra.
1'refprrvil Local 30 cents per line first
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All Contract and bills for advertising paya
A Wiirlil'N l'alr Director UrslgiM Ills
Olllco In n Caustic Communication.
Ciiioaoo, September 0. In n some
what tart letter, Vice-President Bryan,
of tho local World's Fair directory,
resigned Ida olllco and directorship this
evening. Hryan has taken a prominent
part in the World's Fair movement from
tho beginning, and his sudden resigna
tion has caused some commotion.
His letter is principally devoted to
self defenses against tho charges that ho
got $10,000 to go to Georgia and did not
get tho vote of a single Congressman of
Georgia for Chicago; that ho sent his
son to Sweden for information that any
Consul could have furnished, anil
that a gentleman who had been spoken
of for director-general and who had
been logrolling for tho Jackson Park site
got $10,000 for going to Paris for infor
mation already available in Chicago.
Mr. Bryan enters a Hat denial of all
these charges and aserihed them to a
Stalo Senator, resident in Chicago.
Stabs thu Other as Ho IsTrjInc to
Los Axoki.ks, September 9. During
a quarrel on Main street about 11 o'clock
this evening between Detective A. 11.
Law ion and his- brother, Charles Law-r-on,
on one side and Captain I. F.
Moody on tho othur, Moody was stabbed
in thu stomach by Charles Lawson.
The I-iwsom were arrested. .Moody
was recently in Lawson's employ, but
left him a few days ago, and tho quarrel
is the outgrowth of a dispute over bus
Just before tho stabbing Moody drew
his pistol, but it was taken from him by
a bystander. Moodv then started to
run, but tripped on tho street-car track,
and as he fell Charles Lawson made a
lungo with his knife, indicting the
wound as above stated. Tho Lausons
were much under the influence of
Sr.KiK UOII IIKKY.
A lllKlinayiunii Secures the Impress Itox
Svs Fhancisco, September (). Tho
i hroniclt't Auburn, Cal., special says:
The Georgetown stage was stopped to
day near Greenwood while on its way to
Auburn by masked highwaymen and
and robbed. Ho secured tho Wells
Fargo express box but it is not known
how much the box contained.
One of the passengers named Thomas
Stevens borrowed a gun and started
after the robber within a few minutes
of the robbery but with what result is
HUKKlCANi: IN ITALY.
Twenty-Two Itoilles Ilecotrreil Irm tho
ltulns In One Touu.
Home, September 0. A fatally de
structive hurricane in the north of Italy
did much damage at Belluno, and de
stroyed bridges and houses in the Zolda
valley. Twenty-two bodies have already
been recovered from tho debris of ruined
buildings, and it is feared the remains of
other victims of tho storm are still
buried under the ruins of dwellings.
New York Stock Market.
New Yoiik. September 9. Tho Stock Market
was without stimulus of any kind today, but
the pressure to hell was much less than yester
day, and as a eonkciucnee prices inoied more
In obedience to natural inclination than for
some time oast. Tho remarkable feature of the
day w as the strength displayed In tho after
noon in the face of high rates exacted for
money, which reached 23 per cent, and closed
at 20 k.t cent. Tho market closed strong, but
while dull at the close tho best prices of the
day were maintained.
The closing quotations today were as follows:
Central 1'aclllo 31
Denver and Itlo Urande 20
Texas Pacific l'-s
Union I'aclllc C0?i
Wells Kargu Kxpress Ill
Western Union 8.!?,
Money on call, llgt at UgfSi per cent,
l'rlme mercantile paper nominal at 79c.
Sterling cxchaiigu dull and steady. Hlxty
day bills, l.81i demand, 1 1.83.
liar slher, f l.lftH.
Now York Mining Stocks.
Nkw Yokk, September). Mining stockscloMj
as follows today:
Consolidated California and Virginia.... I 50
Oould and Curry 3 10
Hale Xorcross 2 21
llomesta-o 10 00
1'lymuutli 3 00
Ontario II 00
Ophlr 4 73
I'liienlx, Arizona 103
Karage 3 7.1
ClilcitRo Ornln Market.
Chicago, September 9. Uye Steady at
llarlcy Steady at 70c.
Shoulders 13 75(5 S7J: Short clcar?1 655 "3;
Short ribs, 3 30-1 40.
Ch!ca I.Uu Stock Market.
CmcAflO, September 9. Cattlo receipts, 10,000,
of which tViOwcre Tcxans and rangers. The
market"" as active and Mrongcr on prime na
tives and steady on others. First class native
steers, 3 005 37l; seconds, l 70CI 93; thirds,
II UOl 50; common, U HI; Texuus, U 55(g2 C3i
ranger steers,, fi GCH t 40.
lions-Receipts, 19,000: shipments, 5500.
l'rlme, heavy and fine, higher at 1 1 UXfyl 75;
mixed and packers, 10015c loner, atll 90d 33;
light, ft fio$l 75.
SiiEEr Uccclpts, 5000; market unchanged.
New Yurie Metal Markets.
New Yokk, September 9. Copper
Lead-Strong. Domestic, $I.H
Tln-Qulet. Straights, 22 23.
Arizona Industrial Exposition
For tlid Fair to be Hold at Phoenix,
Arizona, October 1, 15, 1G
and 17, 1090.
TUESDAY. OCT. 14.
1. Running Stake. 2-year-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona; -nMu dash.
Entrance, 150; added money, $50.
2. -Trotting. Stallion stako; mile heats, 3 In 5.
Entrance, ?25; added money, 1123.
3. Trotting. 3-mlnute stake: mile heats, 3 in 5.
Entrance, $23; added money, $75.
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 15.
I. Trotting. 2:10 stake; mile heats, 3 l'u 6; En
trance, $30; added money. $200.
5. ltunnlng, 3-year-old stake; -mlle, 2 in 3.
Entrance, $23; added money, $75.
6. ltunnlng. For all ages; ono mile dash. En
trance, lj; added money, $73.
THURSDAY. OCT. lfi.
7. Trotting and Pacing. 2:13 stake; mile hcau
3 In 5. Entrance, $23; added
S. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mile heats, 2 In
3. Entrance, $25; added money, $7.1.
9. ltunnlng. For all ages; '-mile dash. En
trance, 23; added money, $50.
10. Trotting. 2- ear-old stake; mile heats, 2 In 3.
Entrauce, $25; added money, $30.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Running. Freo for all; mile heats, 2 In 3-
Entrance, $23; udded money, $100.
12. Trotting or Pacing. Free forall: mile heats,
3 In 5. Entrance, $50; added
13. Running. 2-year-olds; Ss-mlle and rciK-at.
Entrance, $23; added money, $50.
Trotting and pacing In harness.
American Trotting Association rules govern
Nominations close September 1, 1NJ0.
One-half of entrance must accompany nomi
nations; balance paid September 23.
Fouror more entries to till: three or more to
The Hoard of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrauce and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races off when there are less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a siecial race be
tween heats, or to change the date of race.
Foru "walk-over" In any race a horse Is en
titled tolls oviu entrance fee and one-half of
tho entrance received from the other paid up
entries of said race, but no added money.
A horse winning a racu Is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field
then to first ami third money.
Stakes divided into three moneys, GO per cent,
to first, 30 to second and 10 to third, except In
free-for-all trot, 2:40 classes and 2-year-old dash,
when third horso has entrance, 70 per cent, of
balance to first horse and 30 per cent to second.
Races commence at 1 v. M. sharp each day.
lilanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races ou account of bad weather.
J. MCMIU-.N. Secretary.
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Under the management of the
Mexican International Banking Co.,
Incorporated by tho State of Chihuahua, Mex.,
FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
Will take place In public at the City of Juarez,
(formerly I'nso del Norte), Mexico.
WEDNESDAY, SKPTEMI1EK 24, 1890.
Under tho personal supervision of General John
8. Mosby and Mr. Camllo Argucllcs, the former
a gentleman of such prominence In the United
States that his presence alone Is sufficient guar
antee to tho public that the drawings will be
held with strict honesty and fairness to all, and
the latter, (the supervisor of the Mexican Gov
ernment), Is of equal standing and Integrity.
CAPITAL PBIZK SGO.OOO
ONLY C0.000 TICKETS.ONLV G0.000 TICKETS
Whole tickets $1; i tickets $2; M tickets $1.
LIST OK1 PRIZKS:
1 prize of $00,000 is $00,000
lprizeof 10,000 1s 10,000
lprizeof 5,000 Is 5,000
3 prizes of 1,000 each, arc 3,000
10 prizes of 200 each, aro 2,0U)
50 prizes o( luo eueli, arc 5,000
100 prizes o( 50 each, are 5,000
250 prizes of 30 each, aro 7,500
100 prizes of $Vl each, are $5,au
100 prizes of 30 each, are 3,000
100 prizes of 23 each, arc 2,500
599 terminals to fCO.UOO prize, $20 each, are $11,90
599 terminals to $10,000 prize, $10cach, are 5,990
1,911 prizes, amounting to $125,970
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that the
llanco Naclonal of Mexico, iu Chihuahua has
on deposit from the Mexican International
Uanklug Company the necessary funds to guar
antee the payment of all the prizes drawn In
the Grand Lottery of Juarez.
We further certify "that wo will supervise all
the arrangements, and in pen-on manage and
control all tho drawings of this Lottery, and
that the same are conducted with honesty fair
ness, and In good faith toward all parties.
John S. Mosby, Commissioner.
Cahilo Auqukllks, Supervisor for the Uov't.
If any ticket drawing a pi Ire U sent to the
undersigned, Us face value will bo collected and
remitted to thenwner thereof free of charge.
Eimiak II. IIkonson, El l'aso.Tex.
President El 1 aso National Dank
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with State, County, Street and number. More
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