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Tim l(i-ulillcnn UelletcH In strictly one
price for mhertMiiK, ami accordingly It pub
lishes Its rates In lull, anil exactly in thy me.
Spolul position ads 25 per cent, extra.
rrofcrrnl Locals 10 conti pur lino first
insertion, ami 5 cents per line each utihseueut
All C'cmtnuts anil bills for advertising paya
N Vork Mock Market.
New York, August" 29. The Stock Market
Mas exceedingly dull again today and ex
lcctcl closer working. The money market
caused a dropping tendency alter the tint Unit
hour, and this with lower openings resulted in
leaving inot Mocks a little loner for the uay.
The closing quotations today were as follows:
Central Tactile 32
Dumeraud Hlo Urando .. .. ..121
lMclllo Mall VVi
Texas Pacific 20
Union I'aclflc (.IVi
Wells Fargo Kxprcus 110
Western Union ... Mf
Money on call, easier at 2((tC per cent,
l'rlmu mercantile p iper 5Ji($7c.
Sterling exchange, dull and heavy.
Hltiy-day bills Jl 82; demand, t !3Ji.
liar silver closed at Jl.Us'.
For (lie Fair to bo Hold at l'humix,
Arizona, October 14, 15, 10
and 17. 1UU0.
I.omlim .Money .Market.
Livkkfool, .VAiust 2(i. lUrsllver.SIJJd pcroz.
Money, .1' 4"t ' 1 per cent.
Nihv York Mining Stuck.
Nkw Yoiik, August 20. Milling stoeks closed
as follows today:
Consjlldiitoil California and Virginia ... I 70
Gould and Curry 2 25
Hale & Xorcros 2 50
llouiestake 10 Oil
Ontario 11 00
Op..lr .. . ,1 $0
Plymouth 3 00
1'hiL'iilx, ArUona 1 (X)
Savage. .. 3 90 .
S.m I'rauclsco .Mining Stocks.
SsN FiuNchco, August 29. Mining stocks
closed today as follows:
llct ,k llclcher 3 73
flould it Curry
Hale A. Xoreniss
(Iplilr . ..
Union Consolidated .
fi 57 '-t.
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rUKSDAY. OCT. II.
1. Running Stake. 2-j car-olds, bred, raised and
owned In Arizona; JJ-mlle dash.
Entrance, JV; added money, 50.
2. -Trotting. Stallion stake; mile heats, 3 In 5.
Entrance, J25; added money, J125.
3. Trotting. 3 minute stake: mile heats, 3 In 5.
Kutrance, 25; added money, 75.
VKI)NKSI)AY. OCT. 15.
4. Trolling. 2:10 stake; mile heats, .1 in 5; En
trance, 50; added money, 200.
5. Uuunlng, 3-ear-old stake; -lnlle, 2 in 3.
Kutrance, 125; added .money, 75.
C Kuuuing. Kor all ages: one mile dash. Ku
trance, 25; added money, 75.
THURSDAY. OCT. IB.
7. Trotting and facing. 2:IS stake; mile heat'
i in a. r.ntrance, ?i; added
8. Trotting. 3-year old stakes; mile heats, 2 in
3. Kutrance, 25; added money, 75,
9.-Kuinilng. Kor all ages; ivmlle dash. Ku
trance, 25; added money, v.
10. Trotting. 2-year-old stake; mile heats, 2 In 3.
Kutrance, 25; added money, J50.
Under the management of the
.Mexican International Ilankiii"; Co.,
incorporated by thoStatoof Cliihuahua, Mex.,
FOIl CHARITABLE PURPOSES
EVERYTHING NEW AND FRESH
E. E. PROWELL, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST.
FRIDAY, OCT. 17.
11. Uuunlng. Free for all; mile heats 2 in 3-
Kutrance, 125; added money, $100.
12. Trotting or Facing. Free for all; mile heats,
3 in S. Kntrame, fV: added
U Uunnlng. 2 )ear-olds; fi mile and repeat.
Kntranee, 25; addeil money, 'M.
GKANI) MONTHLY DRAWING
Will tako place in public at the City of Juarez,
(formerly l'aso del Norte), Mexico.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890.
Under the personal supervision of General John
S. Mosbyaud Mr. Camilo Arguelles, the former
a gentleman of such prominence In the United
States that ills presence, alone Is sulllclent guar
antee to the public tluit the drawings will be
held with strict honesty and fairness to all, and
the latter, (tno suicrvlsoro the Mexican uor
crnmeut), is of equal standing and integrity.
CAIM'I'AIj Plll'AK O0,OOO
ONLY 00,000 TICKETS. OMY 00,000 TICKETS
Whole tickets l; M tickets ?2; i tickets .
JA&V OW PKIZKS:
1 prlzo of JflO.OOO Is fi0,000
lprizoof 10.UW is 10,000
1 prize of
3 prizes of
10 prizes of
50 prizes of
100 prizes of
250 prizes of
5,000 Is 5,000
ClilcaXii I, Ui' Stock Market.
t'lllcioo, August 20. Cattle Receipts 1 1,000
The market was lower. Steers fi iYa
Jj 23. Texaus, 2 fiVl 25; rangers, ft (1 23
llos Receipts, 21,0l. The .market as
steady Packers, (I 'M& I 10; best heavy and
butchers, f I 15g. 30; light, J I 20 jl Xi.
Sheep F.ecelpts, 7,000. Natives, I OOfitl 73;
westerns, V 05l 15.
Clilrngo Wheat .Market.
Ciiicaoo. August 20. Wheat 0ened VtfsDif:
Kye Eisy utftijjc.
llarley Steady at 70$72c.
Shoulders 5 75rtt587H; Short clear 5C7;
Short ribs, i 20T.J.3 30.
San I'rnnclsco .Market.
SN Fbincisco, August 2D. Wheat Firm,
lluyer season, 1 53i llujcr "JO, II SI.
llarley Inacthe. lluyer season, $1 lOjbnjer,
"JO, II 3P.
Coni-ll ZiHtl 37k.
Silver bars 1 ls!l 19.
Yalue of Mexican dollars today, 91iJ'j2'ic.
New York Metnt .Markets.
New York, August 2t. C'oper Nominal.
Lead-Quiet. Domestic, II 70.
Tin Finn. Straits 121 00.
Trotting ami pacing In harness.
American Trotting Association rules goicru
Nominations cloe September 1, 1S00.
One-half of entrance must accomimny nomi
nations; bslance paid September 25.
Four or more entries to till, three or more to
The Hoard of Directors reserve the right to
hold entrance and start a race with a less num
ber or to declare races on when there are less
than three to start, also to trot heats of any two
races alternately, or to call a special raie be
tween heats, or to change the date of rale.
For a "walk-over" in nnyraic a horse Is en
titled to Its own entrance fee and one-half of
moeiiirunce recciveu irom llie other iwld up
entries of said race, but no added money
A horse winning a race is entitled to first
money only, except when distancing the field
then to first and third money.
Stakes divided into three moneys, 00 per cent,
to llrst, 30 to K-cond and 10 to third, except in
free-for all trot, 2-10 clases and 2-)ear-old dash,
w hen third horse has entrance, 7o per tent, of
balance to first horse and JO r tent to second.
Knees commence at 1 1 M. sharp each day.
Illanks for entries can be obtained from the
The Directors reserve the right to postpone
races on account nf bad weather.
J. MrMlLIJk ".Secretary.
1,000 each, are 3,ooo
200 each, are 2,000
100 each, are S.ooo
50 each, aro 6,000
30 each, nre 7,300
100 prizes of "0 each, are 3,0(iO
100priz6sof SO each, are ... . 3,000
100 prizes of 23 each, are 2,500
5'i0 terminals to ffiO.OOO prize, 120 each, are I11.1W)
500 terminals to lo,ouo prize, 10each, aro 5,W0
1,911 prizes, amounting to . . ..125,'J70
We, the undersigned, hereby certify that the
Ilauco Niieional of Mexico, In Chihuahua has
on deposit from the Mexican International
Hanking Coininuiy tho necefsary funds to guar
autce the payment of all the prizes draw n in
the (! rand Lottery of Juarez.
We further certify that wo will supervise all
the arrangements, and In person manage and
control all the drawings of this Lottery, and
that the same are conducted w tth honesty fair
uess, and in good faith toward all parties.
John S. Mosur, Commissioner.
Camilo Aiuiukm.es, Suiicnlsor for the (lov't.
If any ticket drawini: a nrlzeis sent to the
undersigned, its face alue will be collected and
remitted to thoowner thereof free of charge
Kikjaii II. IIko.nson, Kl l'aso, Tex.
President Kl l'aso National Hank.
For Club rates or any other Information write
to the undersigned, stating yonr address clearly
with State, County, Street and number. More
rapid mall delivery will be assured b) )our eu
closing an emelope lieariug jour full address.
Mexican Inteu.vctionai. 11a.nki.vi Co.
City of Juarez, Mexico
Send remittances for tickets by ordinary letter
containing Money Order Issued by all hxpress
Companies. New York Kchange, flank Draft or
Postal Note Address all registered letters to
Mf.xic.in Intkunation.u. Hanki.so Co.
City of Juarez, Mexico.
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