PLAZA DE TOROS DE SEVILLA
Con permiso del Excmo. Sr. Gobernador Civil del la provincia presidida por la autoridad (Y si el tiempo lo permite)
Se Verificara una
Gran Corrida de Novillas
En la tarde del Domingo 15 de Setiembre de 1889
En la que se prÈsentaban par primera vez, despuÈs de 25 anos
Los celebres y bravos
Pedadores Portugueses y los incomparables Indio Negros Rejoneadores
(With permission of the Excmo. Mr. Civil Governor of the province presided over by the authority, a great bullfight will take place, the famous and brave punchers and the incomparable Black Indians Rejoneadores)
Mr. Don Francisco and Nunez de Prado:
The six beautiful young bulls that have been dealt with, for four years (rubbish and closed) belong to the accredited herd of Mr. Don Francisco and Nunez de Prado before Nunez de Prado Neighbor of Seville. The steers would be in evidence on the eve of the bullfight in the Dehese de Tablada so that the fans can see the good condition in which they are fat and well.
[They have achieved] much applause in the squares of Lisbon and Porto.
Matadors for the first four steers - the accredited right-handed Juan Jimenez El Ecijano and Antonio Escobar El Boto from Ecija and Sevilla, respectively, those who will kill [with] alternating outstanding swords for an unexpected case.
Seville, Spain, Imp. de Acuna, 1889
12 x 17" broadside to promote a bull fighting entertainment in Seville, Spain, on September 15, 1889. Printed on very thin paper, splitting along vertical center fold mended. Very small chips and light stains at edges. One open tear and one closed. In addition to text describing the event and listing the matadors, Picadores and Pegadores, there are three illustrations with scenes in a ring and three others of bulls. Good. A rare survival.