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EGYPTIAN QUEEN'S JEWELS.
Rings and Chains Once Owned by Ta- <
usert Found In a Tomb I
Near Thebes. s
Theodore M. Davis' excavations in I
llii! \ alley of the Tombs of the kind's <
;it Thebes . have again been rewarded <
bv tlu? discovery of royal treasure. In
a eh am ber cut out of the rock at the ,
hot I 11 of a shaft some thirty feet |
(Veep lie and his assistant, Mr. Aryton, |
have discovered the jewelerv of Queey ,
t Ta-usert, the granddaughter of Ham- j
eses Ft and the last sovereign of the ,
nineteenth dynasty. <
The chamber was filled with clay i
washed into it before the entrance to ;
the shaft had been closed, and con- i
> coaled by the fallen debris of the cliff
| above, and in the course of centuries >
the clay had become almost as hard i
as stone. The work of extracting* the
jewels that were embedded in it nasi'
consequently been long and arduous, I
more especially as they were strewn
in different, directions.
The tomb, it would seem, was orig*
inallv that of some private individual,
and the jewels must have been romoy$1
ed from the queen's own tomb and
I thrown into it for some unknown reav
son. Probably tJiey were at the'time
in a wooden box, which has now per|
The inscriptions on some of the
F jewelry make it clear that Ta-usert
\ was married to Seti II., the grandson
T& of Iia ureses II., some of the objg
jects, in fact belonged to that
f Pharaoh. Two large golden epaulets,
for example, bear the king's name,
and arc formed of poppy heads banning
from a plate which itself hangs
^ from a golden bar, or rather screw.
. At the two ends of this latter are a
" rosette and a blossom of globular
shape, which arc screwed oil the bar.
Then again there is a pair of silver
bracelets on which is a representation
of Seti on his throne with a fly <
whisk in his hand, while the queen
> stands in front of him. They appear
to be pledging one another in wine
cups, and behind each is a bouquet i
A great number of gold rosettes
N have also been discovered inscribed
with the names of both king and
queen. They were probably attached
to a dress, since a stud of gold with a
hook has been passed through the |
| centre of each.
The cartouches of Scli are further .
f<ntnd on six plaques of gold which j
? formed part of a pectoral, and' there'
' is a large gold ring with lite vulture j
goddess inlaid in precious stones and j
sunnon 11 led by lliv? symbol of the sun I
god, which also has upon it the name
of Seti. and must therefore have been
the signet of flint monarch. Another
1 ring, which is an exquisite pwduel of
art, consists of open gold work forming
the name and titles of Hameses
If. We musl thus see in it an lieirI
loom of the "Pharaoh of the OppresfiSj
All the other jewels belonged to Tausert.
Among llieni are some liunR
dreds of openwork balls and pendant
9} poppy heads, which were strung alK.1
lernately on a series of threads so as
Y lo form a pectoral, which, as everything
is of solid gold, must have
! been of considerable weight.
; iTh'ere are no less than seven finger
ise of flour, but- 1|
akes the biscuit, 11
more appetiz- pM
and wholesome* y
:LY PURE If
?nly baking if
i from Royal If
i of Tartar. 1|
to of Llmo mixtures sold at 9 g
coper regarding tho licaltU wj 2
ford to uao ttiom. 0
iin?-s of various sizes and all of
[ old. Three of them are set witl
scarabs containing* the queen's name
two <?f them consist of double rings
supporting; tho royal cartouches whilv
no very beautiful one is formed' oi
Pour strands of gold wire, the chatoi
oiisisling of an i'ulay of eight pre
Along with the rings were sevcra
redd bracelets, two of such small six.(
hat Ihcvjuust have been intended
for the i|uoen when a child; aroiuu
ho edtres of two others runs a line oi
ninute bead work. Besides the
jueen's own earrings four so-called
'iivnmmy earrinys" have been dis
overed"; one of these is of silver, ant
mother, which is of gold, is inlaic
ivith the cartouche of the cjueen.
Among other gold ornaments ai\
sacred eyes; small figures of Soti
*Vpis and the hippopotamus goddess
' i', flies, flowers, lions and poppy
leads, which must once have beer
ittached to a chain, as well as two oi
A clean, clcar cut redu
Every piece of Goods,
Be on hand early and
MAGNIFICENT EASTER fl
The real Kastcr Hals are here. In
store's history there never before has be
an array of Millinery. Large Hats
"Merry Widow" styles, beautiful ros
other pleasing flowers. We are in a ]
to handle all orders for lCaster delivcri*
offer the most wonderful Master Millim
gains you ever saw. You never in a
life saw such a selection of Millinc
matter what you want, we know we can
you now with the Hat that best heron
COLORED LAWN AT 2 l-2(
If you buy five dollars worth or mor<
in any department we will give you jo
one dress ot me. colored lawn for 25c
This is Umbrella Weel
Over one thousand dollars worth just
Von never saw such values. It's sii
I'.aster sale of gold dollars for 75c.
.500 Parasols and Sunshades, 65 and 7<
to go at only 45c. each.
I'm hooked up j
k three similar objects nf silver.
? The ' < Idcn circlet of the <juceu
It*! own lias also boon discovered', an
a utiifjuo object is a pair of silvi
gloves ior tin? hands tl.e niuiitiu1
Several carucliau amujets haw, mori
over, boon brought O 111'111, togotlu
with some o.\<|uisi(o Utile lotus How
els in hitui faience which fit iut
miniature vases of electron.
Written for The Herald and News.
Kilo beautiful church was redo leu
of Kasttir fragrance. Lilies, statel
and of waxen whiteness, gleamei
neatli electric lights like Clod's o\v]
sentinels of purity. The soft rustl
of silken garments could be heard a
tiie elite of the great city gat here
to the solemn Easter service. Hoauh
j elegance, culture, refinement, an
i Subtle fragrance were everywhere
In a shadow of the gallery slootT
woman, beautiful and gracious, look
iin her creamy Easter robes spir
itual in her fairness. The man I
wihoni s!ie was making' such an earn
est appeal was a care picture o
youn:.'; manhood, saw for the sliyh
I races of dissipation on his striking
ly liandsonie face--"No,
(Mtidys, I can't sing tonigii;
. neither, if you knew what the pas
weeks have been, would you ask me.'
'' \ es, Jack, I know all, and yet
not only ask, but beg"' you to situ
tonight. No one can sing "The Hoi;
City" as you can, and so far our Eas
k tor music lias been perfect, and
a want you to sing tonight as yon hav<
, never sung before?putting: tire larl
, past behind you, singing as if vol
^ were really looking into the Nov
Jerusalem. Sins'- with all your re
' doomed soul in your'beautifnl voice
* and all for the glory of Cod."
f "fJladvs. I am not worthv to sin-,
i I nose sacred words?" A slim wiiitr
hand fastened a snowy lilv bud m
the I a pel of lti-; coa t :
"My polnrs, .Jack, my own brav*
; knielli, wear tlietn worthily. Tlio th\
I sins be as scarlet. Hie Na/.arene wil
. make tlietn stainless as this lilv."
' Crushing' back an emotion worths
* his manhood and almost seeming t?
I neair the (dink of glasses in the clul
. room, and songs of' carousal whicl
I had filled' the previous nights, he
I stepped to side of organ, sweet, tro
mulous, rose Clio strains of that div
, vine hymn, ITolv City. As Tie sang
happy, innocent boyhood, home
mother?all were before him. A1
f were in that Holy City, he alone remained.
The congregation wore up
1 lifted, hearts ached in intensity ol
f joy as the heavenly melody of th<
iction on all lines The
every suit of Clothes an
attend each day's sale, 1
a!e Starts Each L
[ATS ^C? ^>a,aso's Sunshaih
kind to go at only 75c each,
nil our 3?? Parasols and Sunshade
en such wor^b less than ?1 5o am
of the 100 Parasols and Sunslmdt
[>S( aiu] lot worth less than $2 25 and
)osition Parasols, beautiful chccke<
:s We colored Parasols with fancy
"yy^ EASTER OXFORD AN!
1 1>,cnso Wednesday, Thursdi
ies you. J '
A Mifteen Thousand Holla
stock lo select ftom. Wo d<
J goods on)y lnlk nl)OU(
1 ^n"'s' 15 cases Toadies line Oxfi
% tans, the $1.50 kind, Master
, 10 cases Ladies' Fine Oxfi
v uL tans, the 5i-7,S kind, Master
10 eases Ladies' Fine Oxt<
I tans, the ?2.00 kind, Master
landed. 10 cases Ladies' Pino Oxf<
nply an tans, the $4.00 kind, Master
livery pair of Men's, W
jc. kind, C?iris' Shoes and Oxfords 111
big Master sale. Come
ust right to do th
We've a pair of ne
for every foot that
itrade, from the be
'! never sell uncerta
; | High anc
ti! new tans.
' | Selected ]
' I Conservativ
jj Boyden and
I | Ribbon ti
kid, vici kid
! ban or Fren
II I building, w<
! | Mis
j! ! We have
r | IB for young p
|j I A nobby 1
J | The newest
| wondrous voice rose, swelled, :
died away in a cadence sweeter H
j ocean's sivli. Later, the beaut i
church stood closed in darkness, s;
1 for the crown of moonlight wh
i rested 011 its spire.
p. "I'm irlad I sail"- tonight. Glad
and1 God helping me, 1 will ire
ajrain have to feel unworthy to s
j His praise. Von see. it is very lo
ly since mother died, and at time
ret reckless. Tonijrhl when you ea
p to me, I knew you wanted to li
1 me, wanted me to feel that life \
big Easter Bargains ar
'd every pair of Shos
)ay When the C
,s, ?,5 Easter D|
>s, not oik* in the
! <7 00, choice 98c. 11 makcs n<)
. s, not one in the >'ou wish? si,k
#2.50, clioice $1.49. suited here.
1 effects, the new but come to h?
borders, etc. inch lilac
less than .f.i.oc
3 SHOE SALE, T",
' 30 inch lilac
r-> 1 , I'*aster s.'ilc iir:
ay, Friday and
All (>,=; and
/, Goods markcl
... , choice I he var
r Shoe and Oxford
> things that others % :"1''
mis in black ami Iv'sfer ;,ale 79
sale price 19 pr. "
;>rds in black and jjJQ j?j
sale price $1.39 pr,
>rds in black and The: most w<
sale price $1.49 pr, saw. More ri
jrds in black and !,'low
, . Miles and mil
sale prlcc $2.98 |>r. ,,elicV<- u?til s
omen's, lioys* and 800 full piec
arked down for the 40, 60 and So,
Ivaster sale tal
ie biggest busin.
3w, bright and hand
: comes to us. W<
;st makers, Shoes wi
in Shoes-Shoes we c
n i ?bp????? ???i ??? ? mil hi 11 ii
I low cut Shoes in blucher, lac<
leather of patent kid, gun met;
e or extreme last. We make
Walk Over Shoes for men.
es, button oxfords, pumps, and
[; tan and brown. Medium or i
ch heels. The very idea ii
all worked out.
.ses' and Children's $
almost endless variety of Sho
eople. Shoes for dress and sh(
Furnishings and Ha
ine of Panamas, Yacht Straws
patterns in Shirts and Neckwe
arse n?i?HBBi hwmumatBKW.'wif.y-'ii vurarxv
itnT worth living, and a beautiful ivcoi
lan worlh st riviuir. I'm', and then (lis
fill precious hymn was an inspiralio
i\*(j hack of which stood a lair, nohle wi
it'll man, and the lily hud gleamed' like
talisman of hope."
VS) "Thank (Jod, .Tack, the Irnlv
ver niirht is past, lo the Kast.n* dawn.
in? Maii^ic McNiueh.
ne_ Atlanta, f!a.
me A Fragment.
elp Writifii for The Herald and News.
va.> Did you over hur.v a friendship,
Wll Be a <
"e here, and it's up to vc
and Oxfords ma-keel dov
y, Friday and Saturday
:ity Bell Strikes N
ress Goods and Silks. I 2 *
difference what kind of a dress a"
, woolen or cotton, you can l?e A
Don't monkey on Hie wayside, to j;
[ adquarters. in t
k Taffeta, you can't match it for '"J'
) yd , here jjoes for only the yard
k Taffeta Silk, the kind,
'/."ic. I'lack (ind Coloied l?nss | isi
down for the ! i s.* Ivaster sale, L ?? v
d -|<;e. |
l^i.(if) Itlaek and Colored lMess >
ii r i i ? l 5 l>ol I
<1 down lor I ik? lour i lays r
n. Slcp (|uirk. \ .
ISTER RIBBON SALE. J
underfill Kihhon values you ever on!
hhons in the hi^ store than all ,](
stores in Newherry coinhined. oul
es of Kihhon at prices you wont ,.|c
on see with your own eyes. onl
es all Silk Taffeta kihhon, N'os, V
tin.' is and 2oe. kind, for the hiir '
<e your choice at loe. yd.
3ss of any concer
some Easter Shoes
2've gathered for our
tha reputation. We
;annot fully guarantee
?.?liMuiP'nnrxff.mirai^ <\' f*:*rn~r >
3 or button, the I B
il and vici kid. jj
a specialty of |i jj
I slippers; patent
larrow toes, Cu1
es and Oxfords
)es for Service. |
, and Felt Hats. jj
ar 1 |
l^i VSUHM'Jiuumi*n/k t?*vir\ *.nr,c^.TJ x?r ryunuircgmw
d Usury il dark ;ui< 1 deep;
it \\ lilli ;i 11 lis <*< >li il I l<*ss tokens
' ^ on 11 ;t 11 so loved In keep T
Kadi :i lit Mr milestone
I'liat 111:1 rk?'?l sum** nappy hour,
n \\ liereaI sweet I'riends'lri p linyeivil
" In Paradise's liowcr.
Pis dead. :i;l dead and silent,
The jrn'.uVn di'cani is past,
And skies :??t? ju t a hit grayer,
l'\>r ti e rr.inliow tlial did not lasf.
Allnnt i, Ca. M.i/.uic McNinch.
>u to come after them,
vn. Nothing hold hack.
i?> fn!l pieees Pun Si!k Taffeta Ril>1 ?on, llukim!,
for this hi^ lvaster kihhon sale, buy
you please for i<je. yard.
iioUh r bij< shipment of new Knihruideries
;o on sale Wednesday morning, not a yard
he lot worth less than 15 and 2oe., foi this
iiastor s de i?ie.
orset <'d\vr I'liuhroidery it> inches wide, the
ind 35c. kind, cut to i?,e. yd.
<<u all know who does the l-'nil>r..ider\
iness of the town.
i Add Bargains !o Bargain Talk,
heavy wliilr Iloiiuspuu hy yard 01
'> '..i', kind, yard.
in. while Sea |-,l;md hy yard or holt, H'ie,
o. ,y\ yard.
ndro.seo^i'.iu lilt achir/, liiuit'd, the yard
r> ill. Poe Mil) lileaehin^, tin- lor. kind, at
Y 7N<"- yd.
'in. White Madras, the i-je. kind, cut to
j in. White I.awn, tin- I2^e. kind, rut to
v X'/j,x. yd
/hite I.awn in short lengths, the 12'^e. kind 1
<Y,S. yard ' '
S do/. Hoys' Knr.- Pants, the ,|o and 50c. "I
d, Jit 25c; pair
n in il lis section.