The Brownsville Ranchero. (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 115, Ed. 1 Wednesday, July 29, 1868 Page: 4 of 4
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India. A Hldnoui UomUr Bellowing
In the Wood*.
The official SUtwtical A hatred —-
reiaUug to India baa bs«u issued The Tribuue Tenn . commpond-
Although it ha* only reached iU eut of tha Nashville liauuor, writ*
aeoontl annul uuiubet, tlna little ing on tlie 5th, tails the following
blue-book of 50 pages baa already marvellous story: A moat surpris-
become a complete summary of. ing circuiuatauoe occurred in this
*tati*tics showing theoonditiou and neighborhood last Friday. About
progress of India The area of i twain-five years ago, as a Mr. Var-
Hritiab ludia is 947,292 square non was returning from bis work-
miles. and the population 143,585,* shop near LindaU’s mill, on tbs
781*, of the native States the area is Franklin and Murfreesboro road,
5%,718* square miles and the at tbu foot of one of the
iIbIm Trophies. — (
mi Jewels and Robe*.
The Loudon Globe says: Tbs
•tote robe, crown and other articles
which belonged to Theordore of
Abyssinia have arrived in England.
There are two urowus, one for state
and the other for ordinary pur-
poses. The stdde crown is of gold ;
rising to a height of about eighteen
inches it three tiers, it is inlaid
either with preoiou. stones or ad*
• ranges! imrable imitation. The work is
population '47,908,190,; of native or; known as Burke • hills, he saw the ; very tine, and the weight such as
lnthau Stats under the French gov- track of sow* immense serpent j only the head of a powerful man
eminent, 188 square miles, with leading toward a large thicket. It:could bear. The common crown
a imputation of 203,887; under measured nineteen inches across, t presents the appearance of one of
Portuguese government, 1,006 , anJ seemed to press into the dust'those which are at/ ofteu brought
miles, with 313,262 people
,i grand total
012,137. The population of Cal* made a search
cults, according to the census of without suoe
1806, was 377,924; of Bombay (in afterward, his track was again seen, gomsous, the state robe l»eing
1864), 816.882. of Madras (1*863) | about a mile from the former |4ace. made of gold Lmsel, worked m (loss,
427,771. The groaa amount of the Five years later, a Mrs. Barues saw , and lined with a rich brown satin,
public eiimnditure of British India the monster lying aloug a cabbage,The pattern is very chaste, and the
has increased from £31.608,875 in row, but was so badly frightene*! workmauship can scarcely be excel-
the financial year 1857 -57 to that she was unable to form a eon-, led in any civilised country. It is
r.47.332,102, in I860 00 In »#veu , jecture M to his size. The snake s robe which the ruler of the most
of the ten yeara there a deficiencydissappaared leaving his immense*powerful kingdom in the world
aud the public debt advanced from , trail. could wear. The second robe is
£58 461,969 to £98,381,651, All Nothing more was seen or heard one which Theodore expressly or-
the principal sources of public of the snake before or during the dered to l>e made for Her Majesty
revenue have in increased lurgly war. It remained for .1. W Lisle, Vueen Victoria, but, “unavoidable
m productiveness: Land revenue of this place, to catch the next1 circumstance* ’ intervening, the
from A. 17,722,170, in 1857 to £20,-1 glimpse of him. Last Friday they black monarch kept it himself for
437,897. in 1886, opium from £5,- were ruling toward Nashville, some time, and tin ally gave it to
0**2.400 to L8.51N.264.; salt from and as they neared the gap of the one of the (termu.i artisan* at
A2,685,574 to £5,342,149; excise | Burke Kuobs, they *aw what they Magdam. who gave it lip to Sir
TE X AS
Hw porlei ted arranxemvnU ants the
mtl <>ik*r HMIsBMs Cemptoto. thrmisk
«lik'b 8 la assbled to
Forwardffrom New Or loans
Contractor anti Agent
13,262 )>eople; making as if a great weight had passed | into requisition during the iianto*
! of 1,545,386 square over it He collected the people iimue season, the materials of dark
i population of 192,* next morning, aud well armed, they silk velvet were, no doubt, atone
rcb for tbe monster,' time very hue, but uee has dimmed j QppOlC
ess About ten years, then brightness. The robes are
And Freight of every Description,
naycr, Jtc troiu Ll 486,864+0 £2,-
112,556;. Ntaiup from L022.105, to
L 1.994*682; tributes from |£'504,«
03(1 to £709,632. A tabic [of the
principal items of expenditure might
with advantage he given tbeex-
•upposed to be a Largs pols stretch-1 Robert Napier. The material* of Y Ol’k.
ed across the pike To their sur-ithis robe are not so rich, nor are
prise they saw the supposed pole, i the orunmeuU a* chaste and value*
when within sixty or seventy paces j ble, as those of tbe state robe; but
of it, suddenly raise its bead above I the filigree work of Indian pattern
the top of the fence on the side of m exquisitely done. The seal of
pendture on public works is seated j the pike, aud commence moving j the King is one of an ordinary
and is shown to have increased slowly over it. As soon as he had character, and bears the uame and
from £2,201.442 in 1856 —67 to i got about 100 yards into the field, title of Theodore. It is supposed
L 5,260,625 in 1865 66,. The ves-1 they passed beyond him and quickly to have lieeu made in Old B<*ne ,, « Went
hcI* including native craft) enter*! got to the top of the bill, some 200 street. There are also the royal North. Soiltu, K88t BBw vvfEV
ed aud cleared at porta British In- yards above him. The aerpent slip]*ers, of a shape somewhat after
liu advanced, in the 10 years, from quietly pursued his way, which lay the Japanese; they are covered with
41,235, of 4,549,278 tuns, to 4W.- about half wav down the bill sidejgold st ales, Hnd appear to have
401, of 7,621,384, tuns the last throughout the field, until he came been frequently worn. A chalice,
number comprising 30.491 native
vensels of 1.533,431 tuns, and 10,-
581, Biitish >f 5 *4h M" tun*, the
which wa* taken from some one of
• Dtl nil important point* I*
not in connecter w ilh
l AM!' FVRNITL'RK
\ NI >
T T nited Htate* \fu
For Now Orlotni Via OalvenoL
A S—w «T tktaMe* will leevt him.
Msstlacs tnry Friday., soatk,, J
Ud* panalttlsf. far (Mvoalaa. Making uZ.
rmuweUoM Asm these# per ataaan-r fur sM
iWsMsri lasts N«w Ortoaaa for Hr sum -
lies* via UalvsMoa, every Haiurday al l« «7
ass OalvstMs avery TeaMay at 10 t. a
8. B. Pasaasgan wW sot be roqaivMn
l*«rd until boor of aaiHeg
i ohm poaaaat to Maw Ortaan* u,
Hock “ “ “ |i,
t'abm •• to tlsir«*ifi |,.
l*oek 1* “ »|
For freight or pasaaae apply »*-
M J i#0811.A. Af.nl bsl.t
BrtiOR It fifiitUiu Aid KU «
•)• aaMtUf. i
t«» the bushes in the woods
Here he Htopjred awhile, and lay the churches, has l»oeu sent over, as ,"*111" "u. »
very quiet, until the gentlemen be- also a crown worn by an "abouee,
British tuuni'ig having more than gan to think he lmd put up for the or high priest, at the celebration of
doubled hi the in .vents. The day. But they waited patiently! their religious services. These
import of merchandise advanced above, ready for a quick retreat ^ trophies are offered to Her Majesty
from Ll4.194.5h7 in 1850—57 to should he start toward them. He bv the British army in Abyssinia.
l29.599.228 in 1850 -66, and of I remained here nearly two hours,
treasure from £14,413,697 to L20’- when he raisod his head fifteen feet
557,301; of cotton goods from L4, looked arouud slowly, end resumed
941.358 to £11,849,214. The ox- tbe *ame course through the woo«ls
port* increase! 1 in the 1(1 years with the head erect. This posi-
from £26,561,877, to £67,656,475; j tion he did not change for nearly
of raw cotton from £1,437.949 to half a mils, when they saw him
£55,687,389; of opium from £7,0- dart suddenly forward with great when they will disappear m
56,630 to £11,122,746; of rice from velocity, and strike toward the course of a week or two.
£2,301 to £1,909.562. The erui- ground. Wheu he again raised his Hvlroi souu —Youatt. a well
grant* from British India were beod he had u hare in his month. | known vetrinary surgeon, who ha*
12,556 in 1846—57, 26,779 in 1865- He halted here a while, and, low- beeu bitten eight or ten times by | XHIRTKKM U NT
Thv usSanMaasS livisby fi*w> u*Sto*
| (bey are prepared to recall all food* «
ed n> them at Braaoa d* Hantiaa
Psy Inward Freislua,
A ad (rauapurt aaae
Kiral ClaM Mteamera to lir<iwnr
vtlle anil Point* Above.
Wa raaiaibSaH will b* M»ad» kf
vaMclas Vrtlgbu. •» «barr* »•»
•rlvlaf Mod Sr«anllH| at Hr«o«
Ki>r freipbu aad «dvaa< *■<»•> •**•*. -a»A
UNO. KRMMOY I < o
Rmwaavill*. Rapt. 11, ISS*». <*8
Wxur*. -Take two or tbrtfe cent*
worth of sal ammoina dissolve it
in a gill of soft water, and wet the
warts frequently with the solution.
Wall be forwarded regularly to
QAIVESTON S NEW ORLEANS.
For li&te* Ac . apply st tbe
—66, two thirds of them bound for
Mauritius. At the end of 1866.
£65,870,712 had licen expended
Hull *p UUC inuil, I*,YU£ IU1IU8 WITU *UY WIAAIB UC
oja-ued. aud 10,120,910 pasNeiigers , they lmd u fin
were eouveyed; the year’s receipts wid length, aud
ermg hi* bead, they supjiosed he rabid animals, says that crystals of
swallowed it, for after remaining the nitrate of silver rubbed into
down a few minutes, be raised Ins the wound will positively prevent
on railways. In the year ending bead and moved slowly forward. hydrophobia in tbe bitten person
with June 1*66, 3.452 miles were The woods bero becoming open, or animal.
fine view of his size y0 A gCKCW Rcnteo in
* , - . w>r* Mhls to 1HK Wood — Heat a poker in the
were £4,607 2o6, and the working to some conclusion as to their fire red hot and put it on the top
expense £2,225,695; 13 390, miles j course they determined to watch oftbtaert,w for ^ miuute or two,
dOovernmeot telegraph lines were him to his den, aud if possible ef- then take the screw-driver and vou
:hen open; the yeir * receipt* feet Ins capture. They kept in wiU ^ t it outf if y<m do it
amounted to £1x2.944; theexpend- wght at a safe «listance, until they wbjie it is warm.
.ture for working and maintenance passed what is known a* the Mor- .. . , . ...
was £163,30*2. In 1857—68 42,- ton (4raverard Hill, when the aer- . Eifutd Hu*. Olue wa-
i07. *8(i letter- and newspaper* }*ent passed through the gap be- <r’ ‘‘a< " 'MO/ii
IO GRANDE MAIL STAG
Opposite Miller’s Hotel.
JOHN 1M1MI.BVIK. Ap#-n(
llrowitavillv. -Lur I. IM.7 bl-ts
Thr ..nr l.*ll 01 ibr lot with <lw.»lltn* Arinr
the Ram skmO ........... Kltuhetb -Ui « t l or
trrru* . nqutrv <>t Mf Kssus on (br prvai-r-
uAi« ..I lthti.li India, 10 ltMiS-H io a wmUtIv diravUm. ami added on- .i.'li th. quantity
59,931904 ;the offices opened incre- When the ground was clear of °* elchol. vat+r-proof Hu*. One
a*e»! from 665 to 2,070. The troop* obstructions be traveled with his Pj°.UD< , two quarts of
Lt-ad near the i-arth, rai.inR it a. fklinmnd radii melt and evaporat.
be approached a fence of hu.ht-e t" the couaiitencc of thick irlue by a
ruiployE*! ill British India in 1857
tore 45,522 European aud 232,224
S. W. BROOKS.
HKAI I.lt IN
native*, in 1866 66,814 Europeans They followed him up near two l* Aiftthrr \aU’rp*oqf\
,l l 117,095 native*. Iu 1858 with aud a half mile* until he came ton r'"’-Dissolve twelve parts of
ar. average strength of 75.969 Etir-, l*rge bill, very rocky aud precipi- ^ 'I*. an‘ . r*‘*,n ***.
< pestis troops, there were 3,951 torn, with numerous fox-hole* in wntcr ndd firs parts of |
death* among them from ordinary in its sides When shout half way ’“ prntiu*. And mix by means of a !
causeH and 344 by cholera; ,n 1856 1 up, the snakestopped in a perfectly ,*r*',yh. /r<« e i\ rice to »<
with su average strengbt of 59,941, ( open place, and after looking all j*oura,,d ' ohl water, bring tbs mix-1
the deaths from ordinary causes round, ke gave forth s low, bellow- j1.' ' R boil, stirring it w<*d. RRlfaLER 8 MOTEL
were ouly 995. and by cherlora 79. I mg sound like the stippresseil low- rrn< ’ mucilage of _ _
in tbe school* and college main- ing of a cow, aud theuthnistmg his 8UUJ ar*'M» with powdered *tarch. I ELIZABETH STREET,
tamed or aided by Government head into a bole that wa* invisible Firl and Water proof Csamrr. I
average attendance of pupils to them, be slowlv drew himself P‘Dt of milk with a pint of 'HENRY MILLER, - - / rt^rvTor
was 199,666, 699 317 in 1866, the vinegar to curdle the fonuer _ 4 _
Government expenditure £174 :i57 -- | Strain off the whey, aud beet it | t|,r * nT^UkTsi*'d» ist'U^
n 1857 L44(*,(*38 in 1MI6. These ••Mutcbed’’ is tbe uame of a new up with five egg* mix with this s | oty ^ mor** than latnrnitnic iiw psMs th.i
few bgure may serve to give some ,ong JlIst ^.t to music bv Mrs httle very finely powered lime so as * op« for t* r.^ptssi of
>fl. a of 10 years pixigress of British George H. Pendleton. ' to forn' H [*■*•• It »■ useful to ce-) Th* mtww Brwws-nii* .u«* tom .u.kr
india ment broken vessels. Will
Mrs. Cadv Stanton thiuks it will water, and partially, tire
8 W HROOKR,
0|i|>:nilfi' < uatomhoiw*.
AN1 > Al l I lir.l lltsTl I ASS
fe ■(•(•ntit.fs lo »ui1 tbe pur. Im»<r
POWDER AND CARTRID0E8
For *11 (bo Firo a ns* to u*e
COHSECTIJIWIIBOWjrHYILLE. R Hr
IAH(H AHII < LARK8VII.I L
Will leave Rrowtwvflo overy FrMoy *t Mo
utirbl. U> « ..to*erf wltb the Me.tn.L.,. *•
fur New Orlooa*
IteturniSf. will loore Rroao» .« tke •
oi lit* «v*oBier.
Kxtr* SU|N will rua at »«> Unt- o spg.
rsttoa <4 |..»~wnperv
1 or paro> ulan »PP'y ** *ke lork .! M bo
Hotel. iU Xas C. 0. HI’**
F. M BI'SDSLL
M RUNDKLLA CO
Elizabeth Street, between 1(Mb ft 11
Proaipl hrlarw •€ Ws»#* ir«4em
Tbaakfbl far psat p^«w*s*. ** •’-**1*
•hsrs ta ike tutor*
Surgeon aad Physician.
Ofilce on Eluehetk fmert,
OppaaUi ba M. KatMMijr. f
Order* left at J L. Patafiiat * At t
will moot wltk pmaapt aUastkw
Rio «*raa«le UmWo No . *1, F A A M .
on the Srvt asd third MoaC' over> u-w*
ot their Hail on Miaabatb «b*d. ta ib* HeO*
Huildinf o|.p*»ile tbe More oi Mre*r» Wtm
A Uofraae illcen:
H L Hnwurr*. W. M . J. L. Pt r»o*er » •
F. M :u»hsm..J. W
It* nrdor nf the W. M.,
>-«iai l St I (HAH C. HOYT. *• r*»n
resist Uua hotel a nrmiaa*.
tlie first of the kind that basinet ul,<®’
since the Council of Treut in 1545.1 Haber C. Kimball left sixty-seven
These councils are t omposed of all widow*
t* e*rdin*l., |.r..o..«. ' Th^ „ of „
»rcli bnhopa apd bmhnp. nl ----------- *Somll
negroes in the
ouse of Repre-
sentative# The (hall should be
well ventilated-- B.rcKany».
We should call it making treason
and of the world, and are designed £ hwmll n /° ,Dfl
.11 <|UMii..n. ofchwim tfCI<len.t ■■ h“,lh^ gr**rm
aud heresy belief and discipline
about tiveevery week,
Vera Cruz is st present the only
place on the Gulf of Mexico, where
tbe yellow fever ha* become epi-
which affect the (universal Church. At Hsvneville, on the 30th nit , | ‘hunic this season Happily we
The Pojie in person, or by delegates the prisoners (negroes made a have no direct commerce with that
presides over the Councils, and all rnsb and escaped from the jail, all P°rt—Flelrz Hnllehn.
questions are docided by a major- but two. who refused to go The Several passengers have been in
itv of the votes cast. General jailor raised a posse of the citizens Galveston citv within a month
i >uncil do not create new dogmas j sud captured the wli*’----
hut only intepret and declare what
*“ ,,rK,n‘"y °°nU,,,inK in ““ Ml (mm th. MOO...! To„ u.. ww. M.
whole gang. almost direct from VeraCruz
In Hicbmond, Indiana, a colored i,___
scriptures and tradition, and ac- ,.nrv nf _ ' w,-_, ~ I wie veurau acu>r
•ordiiig to lb. Mi* of th. Ilomiui Pi,™lk, 1!^ *Lo '• r*“‘«mb«r.d u .u old actor
mattoMoMhith.-AT V -War tb' ^ Pl““'! . w,do. .. N.w Yirk.
. w^rr*. r**----— , ”7 W“u v "l "**r° ”M Th' oM«» <oh.h t.ii. hu.no
A ch. d of .lev.,. v«n of .« not much huH. knotvl^. of hi. pro* ut mc.
po..ou^ h.r mother m NMhvitr., Iu a.TcUod, Oh.o, Mr. Bor. _ .. J....- . ..
i soe was die- ed divine baa received from Rome
tbe Bulls as Bishop of Rochester.
His consecration took place on the
12th mst. I
New Orlean* Rttard if L'mlrrtenter*,
h*- ■ -taMMbfd to Brown-vill*- *
B A K B M V .
whrr* h* la ready to ■upply Prival* Faaiili*«.
■*(**■ boat* aad (/narlrnaaoioni with
Pilot Rr*ad Navy Rr*ad l^m«n t’rarkfia.
Milk Bia< ait, Hard Ri-mH, Rnttrr
t'rmrkrra, f oaffrraa Ri*< tilt,
Extra hnttrr rr*r||#r*
t’rarkrr* VVmr Hi*.-uit. HoUa ('rackrra. W'atar
Nonr but tbr *r«t ami < b«i> r«t bna4< nl
flour art u**d
Orflara r*r<iv*4 at tb* marblr front atorr ot
K Colon, oa nttabrtb ^trrrt
Bakery an tbe corner of *tb and Iath
tful attempt bit* just projecting root, and
been mvle by (be member* of the icovered and rescued Har husband
Chicago SchtK.l Board to abolish refused to assist in hsr rescue, ssv-
rorporesi punisbmeut m that city. | ing she ought to be drowned
J F STACKHOUSE,
IDO RAM PART HTItKKT,
Fit* Aoora below Pardroe Market
WLthaaaaeae traitad whk ahUI aa4a«r«re
E. B. FOSTER,
CustomhoQM and Oomm«^
JttSMJL*" ■ BROKER,
I < ONVKYANCP.R,
REAL KMT AT K AGENT,
Oflkw la the Feet OHca H«ulJia« b«l«
AT LOW PRICKM.
CON T R A O T H
will b* promptly raecatrd aad
SA T1SFACTION 01 A R ANTE ED \
flaadj fat Immediate Hr livery,
MM) Ulabralad knack
«ss Slukr|»'e Carbtaaa,
Attorney and Counsellor at Lo*
Will yrauHaa is alt tb* Caarba ef WaaW*
Tasaa, aad Iks Hapis— Court at OsIvaaWa
SILENT LIGHTNING MtX
•OS Mar Bavalven.
too Cwlta llcvalnra,
400 lprta|fl«M Msafeasa.
Sns Ramlactaa Ratralvm,
I (mass Oartndpi Mr OaH'i,
Naraard aad I
N* ar tUa piso* mi
astwd a f p(| ef a
«• Command*! a treat,
prepared to Rwt tMesi ep as <
Os# at tke MLsHfepeH
BKAiffARD, aaea at Tke iinii— aDoa
W\«VIV t* I Ke «nC.
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