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31 u :u mi es.
Ffo:n the AVibniiigton Star.
- Sonic week ago we copied an in
teresting paragraph, concerning a re
route! iseo very "in Kgyptof some thirty
mummies of Kings or Pharaohs -who
lived long before Christ. .The -6 ret
account f their discovery appeared
in a letter from Alexandria, Egypt to
the London Times. In a recent num
ber of the Xew York Churchman there
was an instructive editorial upon the
discover, but there were two errors,
ns we think. It jiilinnefl mat one oi
ihft mummies was that of the Pharaoh
who is supposed to have pursued the
Israelites and was suppose to nae
1sf In -t Up Med hea. It was
aid incidentally, if we remember cor
rpntlv. that llamscs II. was the Ses-
ntrisof the Greeks, and was the
Kino- who nersecmcd t lie Israelites,
but was not drowned, as his body was
among the nerly discovered mum
mies, and hissarcophag us, long empty
In the liiehmond RelUjious Herald
of two weeks ago, we find an article
jun the "Recent Disco-tries in Egypt
The Remains of Sesostris. It pur
ports to be a translation, from what
it does not appear, but we suppose
from the t rencli. Here it is :
"Among the niummies of the kings
of E''vnt which have recently been
discovered near ancient Thebes, is
that of Ramses' the Great, the famous
Sezostris of the Greeks. It is in a per
feet state of preservation. The body
is enveloped in a tissue finer than the
.. . 1 1
muslin ot India, on wMncii is emnroia-
ered with exquisite art the flowers of
the lotus. The right hand noias tne
tcoiifw TIip coffin of sveamore wood
is ornamented with carvings in the
most beautiful style.
"It was towards the end of the
reign of Ramses the Great, the same
whose victories are described in the
inscriptions on the obelisk of the
Place de la Concorde at Paris, that
Moses was born. Also, the ruu.TimiS
of his father. Leti the First, and of
his grandfather, Ramses the First,
have been found ; but not those of
his son, Maneptha, nor of his grand
. son, L'ii the Second the Pharaoli
. under whom the Israelites left Egypt
and who perished in the Red Sea."
Here we learn agiin that Ramses
the Great Iimses II.) was "the
fimous Si'soslris of the Greeks." The
statement isrniade that Leti II. was
the Pluroah of the Exodus, and that
he was drowned in the Rtd Sea. It
is ako statetlpand pleasfe mark it,
that the body of Maneptha has not
been found, This is important, as
ivill be seen presently.
Again we find in one of our Pres
byterian exchanges a long article on
these recent and important discover
ies, that will yet throw much light
doubtless upon Bible history, which
"Whether the Pharaoh of the
Exude .is among them is not settled.
The Bible does ot distinctly say that
Pharaoh was drowned in the Red
ea with his host, and it is possible
that his body may be pne of those dis
covered. B it we incline to the opinion,
from Psalms JOG: 11, and 13Gs J5,
that Pharaoh was drowned with his
host, a:;d that a careful examination
of the papyri will establish the fact."
It s-ays, in another place, of these
"The amount of light which they
will throw, when, fully understood,
on Egyptian history cannot be esti
mated. We have the veritable origi
nal accounts, written three thousand six?
hundred years ago, of what took place)
in Etrvptat that time. Wehavecertain-p
ly the 'burial outfit of thirty Egyp
tian kings. We have csrtainly count
less relics representing the times when
Israel was in Egyi'and from then
until the time when David reigned in
ludea. We have probably the iden
tical bddiesties of the jrreat kinsis of
sv VUI lily T OUUI.1 U lil CII 111
rternity lor from twenty-five hun
dred to thirty-six hundred years.
The discovery is, perhaps, the most
wonderful that has ever been made,"
' Now all this to a Bible student, or
to any intelligent mind, is a matter
of singular interest. We wish now to
give some authorities to sustain the
following position :
First, the Sesostris of the Greeks
was not Ramses II. as is stated above;
and, secoud, that Leti II. (same as
Lethi) was ijbT the Pharaoh of the
Ex ml us.
- As to the first point, we offer the
testimony of a work exhibiting the
profouudest research and the widest
learning. In Vol. J., page 367, of
Dr. Giekfe's "Hours with the Bible,"
it is stated that the learned Lepsius,
the famous Germ in Egyptologist, in
his work, Dcnkmatcr ans jfZgyptcn und
Elhiopvn, says that Sethi I. was the
JSesostris of the Greeks. Dr. Giekie
siuicinwiii as correct. XJT.
Geikie's work shows the latest learn
ing oir the Bible in connection with
Egypt. It was published less than
A yiar since. But jscro is other evi
dence. In Andersons "Xew Manual
of Ancient Civilisation," it is stated
that -bet i I. (a me. asj Sethi) was "call
.ed Sesostris by'the Greeks." It is
jul ways best to be accurate, especially
ju historical matters.
As to the oOier point- that Leti
JI. was not not the Pharaolrof the
proof is abundant. We will content
ourselves with the following: Dr.
Giekie quotes with approbation (vol.
i, p. u73) the statement made in Re
cords oftlte Past, vol. vi., pp. 06, 38,
47, oJ, .that Maneputah was I the
piiar-ioli -,vho nersecuK'J ami pursued
the Israelites.: There is also Papy-?
rus of his reign that appears t a con-
Irra this gtatetnmt.r : fc?e Mams
Papyrus. Swmtori, the ortertjms-
toriji 4r tiie war. in his "Out h lies f
the World's History' revised, 1880,
savs that the Pharaoh "whose heart
was hardened,indf who was drowned
in the Red Sea," was jpineptha, the
Fourth King the J9th Dynasty. He
nraees the Exmlus 1320 lefore Christ.
There -is doubt certainly as to the
late. Some recent writers place it
earlier. I - f
Tlie progress, made iir Egyptian
history by special students .some
thing wonderful. Since the discovery
of the famous Rosetta Stone and the
deciphering of thb hieroglyphics by
Cliampollion the j advance has been
atoundnig simplyi. it will not o to
duote" ohl books ! concerning Eg'pt.
Dozens ot learned and patient scUol-
- i t
ars ate lelving constantly amid the
rich treasures of that famous Egyp-
taiu land, and new and wonderful
discoveries are being made almost
every year. We make no apology lor
discussing the above poiuts lor bun
day readers. j
Remember that it is stated in the
translation from the French that the
niummv of Maneptha has not been
found. If he was lost in the Red Sea,
as we hold and believe, it will never
be found. We sum up;
1. Sethi I. was the Sesostris of the
Greek writers, and not Ramses II.
2. That the Pharaoli of the Exode,
who was drowned in the Red Sea,
was Manephta or Maneptha, (loth
spellings prevail among scholars) aiid
not Leti IL (samejas Sethi) as stated
"I hate to see a jiitch in a weddin',"
remarked a farmer! from Jamaica way,
as he dropped intq the hagles count
ing-room with a nuptial notice. "It
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"Anything wrong about this wed
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change fbr4hc old! man.
'Nothing positively wrong, but it
didn't 'launch like I want to see a
thing of that kind You see by the
notice that Buck Thomas was marry
ing Mary Bliff, and at one time wc
begun to think they never would git
through the ceremony.
Wiiat was the hitch?'
'Why, Buck is !a Methodist, and
Mary is a 'Piscopalian, and as one
wanted one service, and the other an
other, they patched up some kind of
a scheme to have both. Iseither would
go to the other church, but each had
their own minister and the weddin'
comc ofi'in the school house. The 'Pis
copal minister married Mary, and the
Methodist undertook to marry Buck,
and there they was takin' alternate
whacks at the thing, and neither pay
in' any attention to the other. The
Methodist brother: firsd off' a sermon
first, and the bride sat down and went
to sleep. The 'Piscopalian said as
how we had all dropped in to see that
vottian j ined, but he wouldn't say
who to, and wanted to know if there
was any objections. 'That started up
the Methodist, who began to ask
Buck if he knew ivhat a solemn bus
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really meant to trade. "A.II that time
the Piscopalian was jiowlin' around
ebout this woman, 'and Mary was sav
in' she'd do this jand that and the
other. The Methhlist was marry in'
away ou ins suiei anu niialiy they
i t . ! . .. J .
uruiignt up agin a; slump.
"How's that?" isked the clerk.-':
rlVell, the 'Picopalian wouldn't re
cognize Elicit or; bis minister, and
tne Metnodist woqldn t have nothin
to do with Mary or Jier preacher- and
there was no way of gittiu' 'em to
gether. Everythjng was alLrea'dy.
except askin' them if they'd take each
other, and neither; one of. 'em would
do it. Mary and Buck was standin
hand in hand anil ithe crowd was cet
'How did they get through with it?
'They had to compromise. They
wrangled around for a time and final
ly Buck spoke up of his own accord
and sad he'd take Mary fbr his wed
ded wife, and Mafy chipped in aiid
said she'd take Bufck for her husband.
At that we all cheered and hollered
But there they plumped on another
'In what respect?' inquired the
Because there vVas no one to pro
iiounce 'em man and wife. Buck
tried to reason Mary into lettin' the
Methodist do that part, and Mary
argued with Buck and tried to per
suade him into listening to her
preacher, but it Was no use. That
brought another row, and as it was
gettin' nigh on to dark, we all seen
ed the tired clerk j
Yes; we fixed it up.. The minis
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other, but they agreed that they'd
each attend to their own flock, so the
Methodist said I now pronounce you
man, and the 'Piscopalian said I now
pronounce you wife, and they let it
go at that. Then J5uek paid the
Methodist, aufl tba 'Piscopalian wai
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said he'd hired his man And paid
him, and, as he Was not responsible
for his wife's foolishness before mar
riage, her parson could whistle for
hifr wealth, I guess there'll be a
lawsuit about it for the 'Piscopalians
say he'll have half of that fi' dollars
if it takes a leg short off to the arra-
J"t, I don' like jto see them hitches
liiat sometuin' ought to be done, and
as we'd been there most all day.'
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$73.50 per Term, see Catalogue.
49: H, W. RSINHART, Prin.
Come to the Front !
W. A. EAGLE
BOOT, SHOE & GAITER MAKER,
OPPOSITE ESNISS' DBUO STORE.
All Work Slrictly First Class
Having had sixteen years experin re in the
buainew, 1 am prepared 10 FLAS the
EASE AND ELEGANCE OF FIT
my work can not be excelled.
Bgk-All material of the best and finest grade.
work done in the latest styles and
Jhsts Fina Work a Specialty.
Ready-rnade work of the best quality always
on hand Tor sale. Attention given to r AACY
WORK and Champion Box Toe Work.
Repairing Neatly and Promptly done at
moderate prices. B?$uSatiTactio!i naran
teed or no charge... Orders by mail
:iy' WM. A. EAGLE.
IF YOU WISH
Your Watches and
Clock, Sewing Machines. &c.
Repaired hy Rood; cheap and responsible
workman please leave them with Messrs.
Klnttz & Eem'.-raan, Salisburv, N. C.
HI I I? E
(Next door below J. D. McXeehfs Store)
Where mill be found s
AlM Tlxo 3Xaxlcct LfTorcls.
Full leiiMs and Prompt DsliTery
IS MY MOTTO.
I want to tuy Pat Cattle
U. L BEAN.
WIIEIV YOU WAXT'
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned atNo 2, Grani:
D . A. ATWELL
Saliahnry .N. C, Jane 8 tl.
TRAINS OOINU NORTH.
Date May 15, 1 I No. 47 I No. 49 No. 43
I Dally I Daily I Daily
Lv. Charlotte, 4 05 A M" 15 A 31 4 15 r it
" A-L Depot l
" " JuncX 4 11 AM ! 6 20 " 4 20 44
Salisbury 5 56 A M T 50 " c o?
Arr. Greensboro 8 03 AM 9 30 , " 5T "
Lv. GreenHboro 8 25 A M 9 5 8 18
Arr. ltaleigh 14i) PM ;for Rh h-
Lv. i 43 P M mond
Arr. Goldsboro 4 00 PM only
tor Klchmond 8 25 PM
Lv. Danville 10 81AM 1131 "
" Danville 10 27 AM lias "
" Barksdale 10 53 AM 12 oi P M
" Drak's Br'ch 12 37 P M 1 20 "
" Jetersvllle 2 24 P M 2 55 i
Arr. Tomahawk 3 20 PM 3 51 "
Arr. Belle Isle 4 05 P M 4 s "
Lv. " " 4 10 P M 4 35
Air. Manchester 4 13 P M 4 3S "
Arr. Klchmond 4 18 P M I 4 43 " 7 23 a m
TRAINS GOING SOUTH
Date May 15, 80 j No. 42 So. 43 I No. 5t
j Dally Daily Dally
i 4') P M
2 S5 A M
7 0Q "
7 23 "
J-J Oo M
2 43 P M
r. 05 44
6 19 "
Arr. N. Danville
Arr A-L Junction
" Drak's Br ch
Arr. A-L Junction
fi 17 '
12 15 A M
12 i:0 A M
2:w A M
Is made from a Simple Tropical Leat ot Hare
Value, and is a POSITIVE REMEDY for all the
diseases that cause pales In the lower part of the
body for Torpid liver Headaches Jaundice
Dizziness, uravei, Moiana, ana an oimcuities oi me
Kidney, Liver, and Mrinary Onrans. For FEMALE
DISEASES Monthly Menstruations, and during
Pregnancy, lthaa no equal. It restores the organs
tnat moke the blood, and hence is the best BLOOD
PURIFIER. It Is the only known remedy that curcs
BRIGHT S DISiASE. For DlabeteF, use WARN
ER'S SAFE DIABETES CURE.
For Sale by Druirzlsts and Dealers at Q1.25
Largest botl" In the market, 'iry it.
H H WARNER 4, CO.
KOCUEBTER. JJ. Y
III P Outfit sent free to those who wish to eneaee
K in the most pleasant and pro liable business
111. I known. Everything new. capital not re
V quired. We will furnish you everything. $10
a day and upwards Is easily made without staying
away irom nome over mnt. o nsic wnatever.
Many new workers wanted at once. Many are ma.
king fortunes at the business. Ladles make as much
as men, and young boys and girls make great pay
No one who is willing to work falls to make more
money every day than can be made In a week at
any ordinary employment. Those who enguge at
once will nnd a short road to fortune.
Address, H. IIallktt & Co., Portland, Maine.
Outfit furnished free, with full Instructions
for conducting the most profitable business
that anyone can ensraee in. The business
is so easy to learn, and our instructions are
so simple and plain that anyone can make great pro
fits from the verytart. No one can fail who is wilt
lng to work. Women are as successful as men. Boys
and girls can earn large sums. Many have made at
the business over one hundred dollars in a single
week. Nothing like It ever known before. All who
engageaxa-surprlsed at the ease and rapidity with
whrrii they are able to make money. You can en
gage In this business during your spare time atgreat
profit. You do not have to Invest capital In it. We
wise au me tisk. i nose wno need ready nionev,
nhould write to us at once. All furnished free. Ad
aref?? . Tkc & Co., Augusta, Maine.
RoiraiCoTjiity InthB Snperior Crart.
Wra. J. Best
Wm. P. Clyde, T.M.Logan, A. S.Buford,
A. B. Andrews, Samuel McD. Tate and
James W. Wilson.
Wm. P. C'yde and T. 31. Logan, of the
above named defendants,- are hereby noti
fied to be and apper beTore the Jude of
our Superior Court, at a Court to beheld
for the County of Rowan, at the Court
House in Salisbury, on the Cth Monday
after the 4th Monday of September, 1881,
and answer the complaint, which will be
deposited in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court of said County, within th
first three days of said Term, and let the
uu ueienaanta take notice that if they
fail to answer the wid complaint dufin
the term, the plaintiff will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the com
plaint. This 15th dty of August, 1881.
UM J. M. Horah,
Clerk Superior Court Rowan Co.
3l,3la'7 - W ATWELL
way, ti : Direct AppUcatlon tn t k tU? 0nlr -
ulatory Ducts, Prostata Olan rf7tr.i?!IK'le. EjS
b of the Remedy U Stend !, h d Ureta.rS
venlenca, and do not interff.PA'aS!
ti fiect upon tho wxaal nrt reT
tha drain from the syera, restorfnTTh ,to
health and sound rnemorremOTVVbJ?linlto
cf SlhV Nervous Debility? offi? -
oent ha. .tood-the tost fary W
ow Pronounced saccess. Drura it2ir'0 i
oHb In these tronh. rFiaaehiwr
i to, with but little if nv 5.
erratlon enables ua to ritiVtlyTirSj
witt aiveaatiaf action. iurin thf eU 1
" hM.been in f eneral use, we lTe ihSgSSSl
raonials as to its valua, and it is dmXStJ'J''
Medical Profession to bo tbe " LZL
discorered of reacbinj? and enrijr thU ?n,
trouble, that is well known to oth dZZ
1 . . . , uciunm. T.
u r reparation,
misery 10 so naay.and upon whom quacks S!!!J
their useless nostrums end big fctsTrSi
Danent cure, unless la severe cases,) 15" VT
Oastlnf over three months, will stoeraiWiiL .5
restore Tieor la tne worst ewes.) $f l?1?.
teiled. In Dliin wrappers. FuirDIREtTrrS
cinn wui iccoranafl-j EArir unv r-
r . . f . . . m Knti
1 ana icsttBteHu, ifairn k4
itptmy, wMrk trill rnr.
tnm ssumC akefniral that thr-w
l JT mc anzur of lifr
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Treat all Chronic Diseases, and enjoys .
J reputation throuKh tbe earlDK ol eoaii1licat2'
tlutil of the b!ood!ekia "rb'-ui'trrlaili ll'il'
oess, without usin Merrury or 1 oiMinon-Miic nI-
.YOUNG M EH " '?erire firm tbfft
sbbussssnhbes&sKmBO of n diM tut unfits itiVh?
tints fw h-il-T or mnrrlaF. t en,inrntlv inri
AT IEMTS T g E ATE n ,MW' J
perftasaal cooulitou 1 preferred, write U 11 FRBfi iu4 y,,,
d. Ltfttof uet m H befrrcd h fMcr.u dcairiulruu
tuent muled five lo mny ftddrr on ii!iciioti.
gYenmm tuITrHre trsm KBptrf wliould n4 tWiri44rsBLV
tns. Itnrw MnutblHtj 1 Ibtlr AtZvsUiUpr. It ! o Ttrvtivf
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DR. lit TTft, 14 Korth Bth ert-, dt. italEr
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For issi la an Klegant Book or 120 Paces; One ecu
ored Flower Plat, and coo lllustratious. with It
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lish or German. If you afterwards order seeds d
duct the 10 cents.
VICK'S SEEDS are the beM In the woritf Th
Flokai. (Jcipk wi'.l tell how to 1 ami ktow thm
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37 P.irk l?ow , IVewr Vorl..
A hMTNTRTT? A TOR'S 8 ALE.
Having taken out letters of adminitr
tion on the estate of John W. Grhm,
dec'tl, Mt. Vila Township, I will Mil
following personal )-"opcrty, iz: 0
mule, a lot ot Hogs, ne roaa
set of Blacksmith Tools Fannin UteniuV
one set Carpenters Tools, half intereit i
Hay Rake, &c, &c , at the late rehideBCiw
the deceased. Sale to take place
Friday the ICth September. 181. Tt
All persons having claims acainst ts
estate of satd John W. Graham, dec'tl.
present tlicm on er before the 25t
August, 1882, or this notice will be p!
in bar of recovery. Those indebted toi"
sane are requested to make paynieit m
mediatelv. D. X. BARRIER. AdR
Aug. 25,-1881. r,.
A thoronghlr competent Tanner, one wh
undcrstandsC'iemual Process Tnn
can obtain a good situation by appijj
W. S. COOK, FayetUtille, 2f- &
Having qualified as Executors of Bh
beth P.Craigc. deceased, we notify .
sons having claims against her ef"jtj,
exhibit them to ns on or before tw
day of August, 1882. -
Aug. 24, 1881. James A. Cbaio.
as iiul dd id npar. rvirM k.. .
to last a montu.) 3 ; No. 2, (sufficient to .
. S . V - va v .11 w MZHS. FVrt 1
v mm m m
SALE OF N. C. K. K. STOCK.
On Patnrday, the ad day of fP '"poor.l
o'clock, in Salisbury, at the rRJ
wlU sell for cash eight shares o ,Vn ofS"?
five shares as administrator de bonis i non
Turner, and three shares as Agent oi
July Jth. 1891. j AM. KH.