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BRUNSWICK, GEORGIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881.
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MIGHTIER DEAD THAN ALIVE.
Thu following in mi extract from a
sermon by Rev. T. DeWitt Tulmago
on tbo dentil of onr Into President,
from the toxt—
'So the dead which he slew at bis death
more than they which he *lew iu his life.”—Judges
Again, our President's death will
do more for the consummation of
right feeling betweon North and
South than nil his ndroinistrution of
four years could hnvo ncpomplished.
This is not "slinking bands across the
bloody chasm,” according to tho rhet*
oric of campaign documents. This is
shaking hands across the palpitating
heart that was largo enongh to tako
in both sections. This expiring man
took tho band of the North and tho
hand of the Sonth nud joiued them
together, and practically said, with a
dying pathos that can never, no nev
er, bo forgotten, “Bo brothers!”—
Whore now are tbo flags at half most ?
At Now Orleans aqd Boston, Chicago
and Charleston. There is absolutely
to-day no Republican party and no
Democratic party. A now party has
swallowed np nil—a party of national
sympathy. Tho bulletins on tho
south side of Xlason and Dixon’s line
have been as carefully watched as on
north side. We have been trying to
arbitrato old difficulties and settlo old
grudges, yet the old quarrel has ever
brokon out in a now place. But this
requiem which shakes the land forev
er drowns out all sectional discord—
After all that has been done and said
daring tho last eleven weeks the peo
ple of the South will be as welcome in
all oar bomos as wo shall be welcomo
in theirs. He who tries-hereafter to
kiudlo the old fires of hatrod will find
but littlo fuol and .uo sulphurous
match. Alabama and Maaskchusotis !
stand up and bo married. South Car
olina and Now York! join h inds in
betrothal. Georgia and Ohio ! I pro-
nounco yon one. Whom God lrnth
joiued together let uo man put asun
der. The seal is set by the cold, ema
ciated hand of onr dead President.—
No living nmu could have accom
plished it. More of the sectional
prejudices ni.tl the misinterpretations
and the bitteruoss of old war times
have perished iu the last eleven weeks
tbau iu all the seventeen years since
tho war emlod, and so tho dead which
Garfield slow at his deuth wore more
than they which ho slew in his whole
Again, President Garfield's sickness
and death havo educated the world as
all his life and tbo lives of a thousand
men beside coaid not hnve educated
in the wonders of the human body.
For the lost two months all Christen
dom has been studying anatomy and
physiology. Never since the world
stood has there been so mnch Known
about respiration, about pulsation,
abont temperature, about LUnshot
wounds, about febrile rise, about di
gostion, about convalescence. The
vast majority of the race have hither-
wandered about stupidly ignorant
this master-piece of God, the hu
man uiechunism. The hist elevcu
weeks liavo educated teu thousand
nurses for the sick. The invalids of
all lauds for this experience will have
better attendance, moro kindness,
more opportunity of restoration. Nev
er has there been snch examination of
dictionaries to find the meaning of n
medical phrnse. One new word of
tho morning bulletins has set the
leaves of all tho lexicons in America a
flutter. Siuco the time when David,
the Psalmist, probably returned from
an Oriental dissecting room, wrote
the autopsy, “We are fearfully and
wonderfully made,” and Solomon,
who was wise iu physiology as well as
iu everything else, called the spinal
marrow the silver chord (or “ ev
er tho silver chord be lost”), and
called the heud the “golden bowl,”
because the skull is round like a bowl
and the ineuibrsne which contained
tho brane is yellow like gold or “the
golden bowl bq brokon"), nod called
M. CAUTKU. Proprietor. the veins of the buinau body n pitch-
sluvixo, lUiBrurriNo asr ha id dills* | cr because they curry the crimson I
liquid from the heart, tL- f »nntm «,
all through the organs of the body,
(or, “tho pitcher be broken at the
fountain,”) and called the Inugs a
wheel* because they draw to itself and
let go away like a well bucket, and
called the stomach the cistern (the
“wheel broken at the cistern,’'; and
showed that h« knew what Harvey
thought he was discovering thousands
A. M- Haywood, of years after concerning the eircula-
W. J. PRICE,
NA VAL STORES,
C. P. GOODYEAR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Over Mlcli-l*ou'* I'rtmeioo Stotv, (Hotter* ter Street,
D. D. ATKINSON,
Office np Rtalra iu C
r building. J>24-1
CITY BARBER SHOP,
Wholesale and Retail.
Retail Ira Hon** < n N«wr*at!«
tion of the blood. I say since those
obscuro times down to these days,
.when nil physicians nrc hnsy instruct
ing the pcoplo and all medical colleg
es aud all high schools aro scattering
physiology and anatomical informa
tion there has never boon so much
wisdom on these subjects as to-day,
and the most potont of all the doctors
hus boon tho sick and dying bed of
onr President. He had often spoken
nnd lectured on these subjects in col
leges nnd on tholyccnm platform, and
wus n scientist in all thoso Golds. But
in tho last eleven weeks he has over
thrown moro ignornuco on these im
portant subjects than during nil his
half century of cxistenco. “And so
tbo dead which ho slew iu his death
wore moro than they which ho slow
in his life."
Who knows bnt that this death will
save millions of pooplo for this world
und tho next ? Fifty millions of pco
pie,nay, North and South America and
Europe and parts of Asia, aro cailod
to thoughts of mortality and tho great
future! Who knowB hnt it may
awaken whole nations from tho dontb
of sin to the life of tho gospel? When
last week I saw one line of mourning
from Detroit, Michigan, to Brooklyn,
I wondered if God would not use this
groat grief for tho purification of tho
nation. “O, Lord, rovivo thy work
in tho midst of tho nation.” Enongh
of tho Snhlinth-bronkings nnd tho im
parity nnd the blasphemy and tho of
ficial corruption in this country! By
tho scowl of this terrific event let the
dogs of hell ho driven hack to their
fiery kennels. Against nil these evils
this Presidential ginut is mightier
dead than when alive.
But while the nation lias this com
fort there aro three words that will
leap to our lips, and they have been
reiterated oftener than any oilier
words for tiro past few days. “Poor
Mrs. Garfield !” More pathetic words
I never read than thoso in tbo Friday
newspapers, which snid that with two
of her childcn sho had gono over to
the White House to get tbo property
of tier family nnd havo it sent to her
homo in Ohio. Can you imagine
anything more fail of torture than to
walk through tho rooips filled with
associations of her husband's kind
ness, of her husband's anxieties and
of her husband's long continued pliy-B-
ical anguish. Nile had with hor wo
manly urine fought by his side ail tho
wuy up the steep of life. Sho hnd
helped him iu their economics when
tliuy were very poor; with hor own
noodle clothing their family, with her
owu hands making him bread. When
tho world frowned upon him iu tho
days of scandalous assault, sho never
forsook his side. They hud togothcr
won the battle aud hnd seated them
selves at tho very top to enjoy the
victory. Then the blow came. What
a reversal of fortune! From what
luiduoou to what midiiight! It is
said this will kill her. I do nottxliovc
it. The God who has helped her thus
fur will help her all tho way through.
When the broken circle gathers in
the future days at thu old homo at
Mentor, the mighty God who protect
ed James A. Garfield at Chicainangs
and iu the fiery hell of many battlus,
will protect uis wife, his ebildreu aud
his mother. U|>ou alt the seven bro-
keu hearts let the grace descend!
Wlml consolations tlwy hnve I it was
a great thing to havo Imd such a son.
ft wus a great thing to have been the
wife of such a man. It was a grout
thing to havo been tiro children of
such a fattier. While theirs and ours
is tlie grief, I am giad on iiis account
that UP is goue. Hu had suffered
enough. Enough tho cut of tho fau
cet aud the thrust of the catheter and
the pangs of head and side aud feet
and back. Ascend, O disenthralled
spirit, aud lake thy place with those
who came out of great tribulation and
bid tbeir bauds made white iu tho
blood of t..e L .mb !
','iie Hnmson ol inuilectiiu. strength
mis giant of moral power—hud,
like the iiim iu the tent in other days,
slain the lion of wrathful passion und
had carried off the gates of wrong
frotu the rusted btngee. Bat the pe
roration of his life is stronger than
any passage which went before. The
lead which this giant slow iu his
.teatli were more than those whom he
slew in Iiis life. May wo nil learn
the practical lessons with which our
subject is tilled! Ob! behold the con-
March, 1881, and Fridny, the 23d of
Soptemher, 1881. On tho former day
Wnshinglon was nblnze with banners.
Each Stoto of the Union had its tri
umphal arch. Great mon of this conn-
t v and vnst populations filled the
streets; processions such as had never
moved from the White House to tho
Capitol; military display that would
havo confoundod hostilo nations; tho
city shakon with cannonading liy day
nnd tho night on fire with pyroteeb
nics; thousands of all political pnrtica
who congratulated tho President pro-
nouncod that 4th of March the
brightest day that hnd ever shown on
American institutions. Thnt night or
soon after in somo room of the Presi.
dential mansion, I warrant yon, there
assembled husband wife nnd five
children and tho aged mother, taking
a long broath after tho excitement of
tho inauguration. Bnt bohold Fri
day, Soptomhcr 23, tho dead Presi
dent in tho rotnndn; bis liereaved
wifo at a friend's honsn; a dangerous
ly *ick child 400 milos away at Wil
liamsport, Mass.; military on guard
around tho casket; hundreds of thou
sands of pooplo gazing on the face so
omneiated thnt nuns would know it
tho poor black woman falling on her
knoos beside tho coffin expressing the
anguish of speechless mnltitndes when
she snid; “Oh, dear; how he must
havo suffered 1” Friday, 1th of March,
18811" Fridny, Snptombcr 23, 18811
Of all the words of comfort I hnvo ut
tered to-day I Imvo tin's lesson, which
scorns to sound out from tho tramp
of pall-bearers and from the rolling of
tho draped rail train moving West
ward, and from tho open grave now
waiting to rocoivo onr (load President.
" Put not your trust in princes nor iu
tho son of man in whom tlicro is nc
help, iiis breath goeth forth, he re
turnoth to this earth, iu that very day
iiis thoughts perish." Faro thee well
departed chieftain 1
a paying raenver.
A Wonderful Original IMa,.
A young Milwaukee person has
written a play. The mio prominent
feature is its wonderful originality.—
It is not liko anythiug wo ever wit
nessed on tho stage, hnt of course we
cuunot say how it might he recuived
by tho public. Tile curtain rises up
on a dead man the first thing, with
tbo handle of n dagger sticking out of
his bosom, nud the assassin stands
gloating over bis victim for u few
minutes, when, to tho horror of the
audience, ho seizes hold of tile futnl
weapon, and druws ont a bright,
gleaming dagger eluveu feet long, and
tho murdered mini sits up and laigins
to nrguo on tho eiirreucy question.—
The scene changes, when a lieautifid
girl, rigged up as an ungel, with
wings, nnd dressed in pink mosquito
bar, aud strung on wires, llonls
through the nir back aud f-i-lli sever
al times, then plumes her flight, and
ilisap|icnra through thu pusli-bourd
clouds ut thu top of thu stage. Act
third represents a piewonnm selling
driod apple pies, and there in more or
less conversation of an irrelevant na
ture betweeu her and customers, one
man producing a boot-heel, swearing
lie found it in the pie. There is uo manhood,
plot. Plots hnve become so common found iu
in plays that tile public is tired of aeon of 35
them. There is no love, love having comely
bncomo old and bald-headed and
toothless. There is uo deep aud tcr-
riblo hatred, deep and terrilde hatred
being too suide, and what lighting
occurs is duuo merely to till iu the
time. Tho great object aimed at by
tho author Ima been to make I lie play
original iu every cssoutial, and he Ins
succeeded to a womlorfnl degree.
St Load Republican.
It is surprising that oar brethren in
tho Southern States do not mako
greater efforts to seenro a share of the
profits that attend frnit growing.
These States ongbt to be n land of
fruits, tbe soil and climates are adapt
ed to them, and the abseuce of rigor
ous weather in tbe winter would ex
empt them from the hazards that at
tend fruit raising in tho Northern
States. Aud yet there is not half as
much frnit raised iu Mississippi as iu
Missouri, nnd not a third aa mnch in
nil the Southern Stale* logother ns in
Now York and Now Jersey. Tho se
vere ivoather of hut winter killed
nenrly all the frnit nbovo the line of
tbe Ohio river. Tlioro were fow cher
ries anil tlicro are no peaolies and
plums except what aro brought from
California and thu Sontb. Tho fow bas
kets of peaches that reach 8t. Louis
from the South and retnil nt $1.70 to
$1.75 a pock only show what the
Southern States enu do if they would
set about it. The domnnd (or fruits
in tiie great cities is almost insatia
ble. It grows everv year, and is nev
er satisfied except in seasons when
tlie local crop is largo. A thrifty
pencil orchard in Tennessee, Arkan
sas or Texas, bearing oven n half crop
of choice frnit would ba worth just
now five times the nron planted in
cotton, for evary peach iu it could be
sold in St Louis at five to seven dol
lars a bushel. Of courso such prices
as these could lint be ohtnineil if the
crops in Missouri nud Illinois are
good; bnt even than tho Southern
crop could be put on tho St. Lonis
market throe weeks in advance of the
local crop, and this would immn cosy
sale at fair prices. Poncliea arc some
times killed by sevore frosts in the
spring in the Sonth ns well ns iu Mis
souri and Illinois; bnt the fact thnt we
aro receiving a few bnskets of this
fruit from Unit quarter shows tbe
great advantage which it jiosscseca
over this latitude in exemptions from
tlie hazards of winter, nnd presses tho
iiujxirtar.ee nf turning the advantage
lo nccoiini- Thu railroad connections
between the South nud the North are
so general nud accurate ns to insure
Southern fruits ngaiust tho delays,
tho costs and tlie risks that attend
sliiimieiitH from California, and if oar
|y vegetables may lie proiibihly sent
from the Southern to the Northern
Stales iu April and May, surely fruit
grmving in thu South for the North
er n markets would Iki still more prof-
itahle. There is tun times us much
fruit oonsnmod in our cities m
there was twenty years ago, and the
■iiaiimptiou of it is constantly iu-
asing wiili the ability of tbe peo
ple to liny it. When tlie jienplc of
thu South team to bestow a part of
thu care ami attention now given to
cotton on garden and orchard pro
ducts, cultivated for Northern mar
kets, they will have taken a grout step
in the iiu|irovcmi nt of her hitherto
A Horae Which Didn't “Cotch on."
Detroit Tne Pm.
A colored man drove a borae and
wagon up to the passenger depot on
Woodard avenue and asked bow long
before a train would pass. He was
told that bo bod only eight minutee
to wait, and be explained:
“ Di* yore boss am an animilo dot
1 got hold of die mnprnin’, an' I want
to aee bow he will ttan* do railroad.”
The equine bad seen abont twonty
summers, and woe as tbin u sheet-
iron, nnd there woe a general langb
at his boing afraid of anything. Nev
ertheless, ns a Lake Shore train boot
ed in tbe distance, tbe old borae lifted
bis bjjul, pricked np bis ears and
eviuced considerable animation. As
tbe train came in sight ho began to
dunce, nnd the driver held a stiff lino
nnd callo 1 ont:
“ Whoa, Napoleon 1 Dat'a only do
Lake Sho' Railroad cornin' in I Steady,
sab—what's de nso o' pnttin' ou
As the train thundered in, tbe old
hone reared np nnd pawed tbo air,
shook off a man who grabbed tbo bri
dle, and, wheeling around, be upset
tho wagon and ditched il, sad wont
np tbe Pontiao piko with tbe forward
wheels jumping after. Tbo driver
was picked np in a dazed oondition
more amazed than injured, and when
one of tho crowd remarked that tbe
horse di^p't stand tbe railroad horse
very well, tho man replied:
“ Well, dunnol He 'peered to ttan*
de railroad nil right; bnt it was dat
bullgine and da kivered kynrs which
be didii’t kotch on to. I 'specie from
de way be acted dat bo’s been rnn
ober freo or fo' times."
When marksmen HIM,
Tho Wan Who Han a Doll'.
Enough in aa good aa a feast for
somo mou. A man iu Hartford, Ct.,
—probably a relative of Mark Twain
yearned to run a daily. Hi»yearn
ing was Hutisticd. He run it tliree
daya, 'lie last rnn boing into 'ne
onnd In its obituary it h ml: “O ir
ambition to run a daily ban laam oat
-.tied for Urn preannt. We hove lia.i
the experience.” * * * II any
body on the Hill Ueurs to night any
particularly sonorous snoring, they
may know that it is an ex-editor of a
lcfuuct city daily |intting iu a square
night's sleep once more ”
What makes Urn hair fall oat ?'
asks a correspondent. Usually it is
thu property of tho deceased that
trust between Friday, tho fourth of nnikca the heirs fall out.
looking ujMieimims ol
every clast, are to be
■ nig men Ih*I w>-t-n the
ant 50, lint how many
li enu Ire found even
among those alio havo compassed on
ly the smaller number of years men
tioned above? Tlie linmu work of
woyian, whether she la- wife or ser
vant, needs revision. With a slighter
phUiqne Ilian man, a pliiaiquo thnt is
occasionally subject to |iecnliar duties
to which those of nmu can offer no
paraliel, wmnnil is ex|iccted m daily
eudnre a strain that no man would
tolerate for any Innglli of time. Un
til what in modestly called house
keeping is recognized aa the noble
science that it realty is, and in enre-
futly studied, tlie slaughter of women
ivcrwurk will continue, for nt jires-
ont it oquires that every woman shall
lie n prodigy of seme-, indn-ory and
endurance.—-V. F. H*ra‘<t.
Ilesdarhs, Nsnratnla, Kir.
From Gapt L 8. Boyd, of the well-
knuwu firm of Walker A Boyd,
Qeneral Insurance Agents;
Atlvnta, Jan. 13, 1879.
I hnvo used Neurotic in my family
for headache, neuralgia, otc., with
prompt relief in every case, nnd cor
dially recommend il as the must vain-
ablo remedy I liava over nscil. Last
night I was suffering with severe cold
and neural ,'ia. nnd ouo application re
lieved mo in ten minute*.
octlS-lm Isaac S. llevo.
This is Freneli story: It ia a well-
known fact that the best marksman’s
aim ia often unsteady when be has an
animated target opposite him. One
of these "crock" ebote woe (bowing
off bis skill before a numerous com
pany, aud the gronnd wns soon strewn
with tho remnants of tbo plaster fig
ures he bad auccouively brought
down. All present were in raptnroe
oxcopt ono spectator, standing apart
from tbe rest, who after cacb shot ob
served, in a perfectly andiblo tone,
'He would not do ae much if ho
had a man facing him.
This remark, several times ropoat-
od, at Inst so exasperated the porform-
cr that he tnrned toward the ajioakcr
uuil enquired if he would be tbo man
to fnoe him.
"Cortainly," was tbo reply, “and,
wbat is more, you may have tbo first
As every one was curious to witness
tho result of this singular dael, tho
wholo party adjourned to tho Bois da
Vinceiiuca, and, tho word having bocn
given, tho hero of tho shooting gallory
fired aud ininsed. His adversary
shrugged his shoulders and fired in
Wbat did 1 toll you?" bo said,
and walked away as uncoucoruod aa
if uothing bail happened.
Tlie number of deatba in tbo world
in one dny is 88,DUO.
Tie said Queen Victoria is worth
One ponnd of iron worth five dol
lars, when made into wateb springs
is worth $259,000.
A Swiss firm keeps hundreds of
carrier pigeons, which smuggle small
watches into Italy.
It is estimated nt the Revenue Of
fice Hint tbe population in 1890 will
bu about 05,000,000, nnd in 1900
Macon, Ga., Nov. 1,1879.
Do. C. J. Monrrrr—Dear Sir—We
have been handling Teotbina for sev
eral years, and the demand increases
aa tlie article becomes in trod need aud
is well known. Onr sales nrcrago
from two to three gross per month.
We believe that yoor Toetblna (Teeth
ing Powders) will eventually becorao
a standard nnd indispensabb artielo,
for in no riwjle tnAanct: hatil faiUAto
give mtirfaction. No complaint has -
ever bees mode to ns, benee we con
clude that it does all yon claim for ik
IterH it bound lo turned.
Hoot, ILanx A LsksaJIrogBists.
Hundreds of men, women and chil-
dred rescued from beds of pain, sick
ness and almost death, and made
strong and boarty by Parker'a Ginger
Tonic are tbe beet evidences in tbe
world of its sterling worth. You can
find these ia every community.—Pott.
Boo advertisement. octl-lm