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Carroll County Times, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1872, Carrollton, Georgia General tendered him no of the college was due to and that his were fully worth all they pro to give He said that the college was not able to pay all ot its subscriber to Ibe chang 1 well days when the conduct of c men is being so closely at may beof general interest to incidents illustrating the character of great Confederate It iu n FRIDAY NOVEMBER Hints About an smelling that you EDITOR through the who had just returned and who said that they of sixty other fellows aid to for IB A indicates that EATES the matters of and or has r rh wt n will tic nc ami I ai lo lie lit a in It any public man he justified In receiving gifts from his Lee could bave sit a moments splendid estate iu Arlington to become the prey of his nearly all of his property being within hostile lines and beyond his scant salary scrip being ut terly inadequate to support in proper style his invalid wife and d was the wash of the people for whom lie had so that some proper provision for his family should be in the winter of the City Council of Richmond unani to present him with n handsome and appointed a com the Seeing a notice of this in the Lee at once the president of the expressing his grateful of the kindness biding further should be liken in the as he should be compelled to decline the of 1 shall be but little in Rich mond wrote the noble and my family are as comfortable as as Lave a right to he these war you have money to invest in that I beg that you will it lo the what they proposed to give and he was unwilling to re more the other members of the Seeing that there was no hope of inducing him to a direct increase of his they tried to compass it by indirect The board of trustees madean ap propriation without General Lees knowledge for a very handsome house they intended to deed to him and his When he found out that the appropriation had been made JIB superintended the construction ol the building being always careful to call it the presidents and made it cost only about half the amount During his Southern which declining health made in the board of trustees donated this house to and voted her an annuity oi It was deli cately and quietly but when the around the who are too dirty and who sent them to tender their loved chieftain a home in the mountains of We will give said the spokes a comfortable house and a fine We boys will work it for and you and your family shall never suffer want And we Underwood is going to have you indicted and tried for treason and re if you will just accept our we know a mountain hollow to which you can and we will gather the boys there in force sufficient to defy the whole Federa It was with difficulty that Lee could restrain his tears sufficiently to say in reply my poor I could not think of accepting your gen erons offer and being a burden to yon would not have your Central to hide in the mountains and regard aud columns of the CARROLL to call the attention of fruit of this section of to the following hints and suggestions in pruning serving young fruit The soil where yon design to make vour should be naturally dry or well drained and I prefer fresh for apple It can about the mix third common homemade soap ami there rub a good supply on your above and they will be safe from the encroachments of this trouble some and annoying little Skip Some and used to love especially We soaked should be plowed plant t wc git it and when ting and the deeper the and the fertility ot the soil should be snch as would ensure a good corn oou klut we after We started ou a little jurney in and took along a become what his enemies would call a i up with the Surface soil already thrown The holes should be dug of uoti and there was so live feet apart for maay and wells on the road aad for first clais bottom and nigh gone before about three feet in i took our snack and twelve or fifteen inches throwing tlie lor he said we the surface soil in a heap to i would Kjt to and the or clay in the sarae mani Joc kept Shore enuff Joe dident have a Now when the hole U dug to nul we as we was mighty proper commence tilling oa u Jim and stay ttw fust euro of the Masonic chartered nml or of t plan of of Spring February tst And July UUu Fall Term begins Aligns ami emw November Tuition anil board at reasons Wo for from T am dee at your and cannot IT rat i chieftain returned and learned command words to express my what had been he in he but I of coarse Lee a letter in he The noble fellows were insisting that it would not be a bur they had more land than they that they would all consider a high to be per mitted to work for their loved aud it only after the General had them suits of his own clothing hi place of their that iu their eagerness to their treasures to their he succeeded iu get rid of The offer of these ragged soldiers was but the of the feeing of the whole southern Pe their poverty they would Left owed upon Lee houses and momv that would have and but firmly declined the proffered sav ing that if he should die before aud be unable to leave her com fn her sons would most cheer lor her aad that in any they could not consent to take anything from the The college authorities were so persuaded of the justice of thU pro that they quietly adhered to their had the deed recorded in the clerks and after the Gen sent Lea a check for the mnt the But noble Virginia t whom promptly returned the an declined the donatio not using the subsoil or clay at knew that Jim had had So we whipped ill after go out into the fence j and had to tor corners and procure the virgin or L REESES Tuition for Forty from Sli to 515 per January Terms half in apply to to some rich bottom or ravine in the i and get a sufficient quantity of i the best and strongest loam you can j to till up the portion of the hole or case may be either ot which is most excellent i to promote the rapid growth of i ad well as young fruit j Alter the above the process of easily performed by a place large enough to a when a man wants lias to bend to the ot shore enuff Jim had He was mity glad to see uu what we tor So he out au old fashion glass de aud a and a tnm ami a and says now boys jest wait a minit till you git vest for it aint good to take MEDICAL informs the citizens of Carrolt that he is at for the purpose of tUin Kives to alT chronic of He re turns thanks to h a tor and by to tho profos to Carpenter and All kinds of Carpenters work done short receive the roots in their natural posi first seeing that aM broken or Ive jest been reading a puce m r I newspaper a the j bruised roots are nicely and j frog thlt ever come before setting filling in j It wai found up in with the same character of soil M j K as big as peck oa trt fill tilt fc above so as to have all the space under and roots well and properly broad by his own honest and I J certain not to plant over two j J J inches deeper than the tree tnP 1 hud the paper on my knees and in the John do you take this per and read it aloud to me and Im a poor hand to read and I want to Ill be hanged if it ain t the I ever hem Hfe bc iu tho of that lu and on House And Aiso plain and with td t j accept all gra Jn to i in 1 J iuI will b at At the close of the war offers of in upon him from An English noble wan supposing that he would in a quiet retreat from the scenes of his i eit and the disasters come upon his native wrote him a letter in offered him a country seat and an annn tv of four thousand The General was deeply touched by this that they could p beyond all fear of want by to e the of on the I accept It is i i very striking contrast raising lateral or side roots when they grow will communicate directly with the surface soil aud not be uis little to thinkin it was a short but as I turned the pa i per over I found it All from onn Look to Your Interest sule at often the from eighteen to twen iti Would inform tho that they haro si a larue lo of a select of STATION K II PURE AND X co dition that his death the money will lf for this at fora one at py at in and wrote a reply which he made his grateful but declined the offer say can not consent to desert my State in the hour ot her ex I must abide her fortunes and share her tate thonll go to his The being apprised of this j wrote to who was the moving spirit in ex pressing his high at their ha he would be moEt happy to receive their do only he should in sist oa their with the aud allowing the money to go into the permanent funds of the col a ctrtain will who has accustomed to receive jie alter ho became President ot Washington a large company tendered him a salary of per an lie tod the agent who ranee AUSTIN al Gf ian ami at the that he could not dis charge his duties in the college ana Your correspondent had the lege not long after the death ot this great of looking over his private in which were copied most of the letters he wrote while m lie remembers one which illustrates this and which in we need these new said tho eager do no wish you to have any lies in connection with the place offer yon The mere use your is all aud that will am du we name at milie and Komo t of real ply reimburse us for our Excuse was the and emphatic reply I cannot consent to pay for services I do not or to under any a similar offers he always gave the same Notion before his fatal illness he a salary of fifty thousand il is not make everything whellier bank a a jug of whisky or a terrier pup py the express charges arc by universal consent he haswon and wears the of The Great Gift We must reserve for another paper some illustrations of General Lees entire from the slightest taint of and his utter gation where he conceived the inter ests of his country to be Whatever opinions men may to the cause for which Lee drew bs no rightminded man can doubt that he was animated by the noblest there were points in his pure character l The after been sscd down while should in the be up about the trees which form ot large bread m serves to keep them in an upright poj until the roots commences about half mad the bottle before dinner so I just along and stopped three times to clear my throat Pretty soon commenced walkin his to consume J dis so as to make them tabling and allows one to with the use of often injure do not entirety do stroy have It IS HOI i ii that the soldier to our public men whom it was addressed well study and has laid aside his ly wta gone to join his hon ored chief in that bright dime which is by wars rude denoted to college on should goto in crease General Lees Wnen A True We extract the following from the Mobile It will awaken re echo in many a Attorneys at attention iven to claims for yrop ly the Attorneys At attention given to all to Office Court per to lork and be the head of a n wealthy corporation there at once d in the most emphatic refused the saying that nothing would tempt him to leave his where he was training the young men of the south to do their duty in Not all the gold ef California tempt him to swerve an inch from the path of The authorities of Washington College were always anxious to their apprecia onus and the public i General Lee heard of the j True poetry hue true he wrote his old a touching i can never grow in which he warmly j The touching little poeni his appreciation of this re went all the of the press abon of his former comrade in year since which b After which mulching will be found very beneficial to the This is done by covering the some five inches thick around the onr or tree with litter of almost nny snch as coarse leaves or Dont use the fresh for fear it may sour the roots of the choice thf corn juice out of it I read Old Alford was a listmn and his tobakker out of to me his red and and over my shoulder he seed the lenght will never forgit his tone as for beavers sake skip some heart and I did and hurried and wc all J wo always on liand uf kind of ami malo u tun an of Wimlow oa lianil the largest ami bust of CONFECTIONERIES AMU ever iu tins find it lo to their and Stationery from Virginia leaf best unit fino always on June sonic in a but Ill never forgit looked he whispered The mulching should extend ns make a much larger first season particularly Le J not to interrupt the oy Griffin at intr or hoeing too close too the firs glimmer alter the trees are set Tow as to pruning young is more than offensive Arrives nr Griffin at Orima Stacon and Western Train on Western Arrives at il needed far the old cannot help fehin dents the iu the past fifteen years many voting readers have taken position upon the Attorney at attention given lo claims for fen Collections Supreme and But when they saw the pand under and influence until its number of had increased from 70 before utterly pros finances had so recuperated that bad been increase the from 5 to they felt that every common justice demanded the Presidents Should bear proportion services s met with an Lees I already he a worlds and are ready to see m from the than my I this gem the beauties which were seen arc and vou will ap by their the same B that I con 1 crossed the middle and are now standing in the vacated forever by the old people of fifteen years Under these cir we may start confi dent of its universal this little pet we might half of the The reasons for this aiu the 1 as to make near presence This pruning will reduce the top to cor at pay sent to have it After some more in the same strain e added the which I quote verbatim as another phase of Lees character not generally appreciated hope now that your care and toils over that your under the influences of your present are pleasing For has been improved mv own I much enjoy the charm of civil and find too late that I have wasted the best years of my exis which not only point we but also existed and his Not long after the sur General was waited upon Confederate soldiers We give one arc feel THE OLD I met s be was thin and She and trod with tottering feet Her locks were that once were voice harsh that onco was sweet Her sunken and of girlish light of Were dim I a strange That I had loved her when a But vet a in her air me to my youthful prime Mv heart and seemed to wear The impress of that long lost time I took her wilted hand Its touch a world of joy I kissed her with a reverend For T loved when a main the buds onthe remaining 3 and last years growth ot the upright will form all need til of better form and more vigorous than tho en lira branches if left Cultivation will be found ot great benefit to the growth of tho trees in deed it is indispensable to a healthy and vigorous Young orchards should he Cultivated for sev eral have vegetables grown bnt never or Now iu conclusion I want to post you on one more important iu regard to and that is limply this How to preserve your trees from the assaults of that mis Kow in order this desirable end take th most an and lar as it may one may have offensive breath and not know it is a subject on which friends are very reluctant to so that may have a had for a year and not know After each meal should remove witb a stick or quill all loose particles of food from between the rinse the mouth with soft at night and in the aud a little nice toilet soap on the brush be Kine out of who annoy their with bait breath obviate it entirely by following these tioM in the little daughter of of Columbus was burned 01 Accommodation wH West Point the I ttK Mask 01 foe Woof
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