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By Herald Reporters.
Mrs. Haralson who lias been very
sick, for the last few weeks, we 1
are glad to si ale, is slowly improv
Mr Jim. Hampton of the firm of
J. W. Moore â€“ Co., is very low
with typhoid fever, at the resi
dence of Jack Mooro. His mum
friends wish for him. a speedy re
It is right amusing to hear Picket
appeal- to the people, to “organized'
He has always appeared hereto
fore as a Candidate opposing Or
ganization. The people will no!
forget it, if Mr. Pickett does.
Subscribe for the Herald, if you
tvish to keep thoroughly posted on
the news. We are going to spare
nd pains or expense to make the
Herald the best weekly paper in
all this'-sectior. of Georgia.
Mr Joe Latham of Canton Geor
gia, has been visiting his friend
E. C. Wellborn of this place. Mr.
Latham has concluded to give up
Lis school at the Killian School
Louse, as, he says, the pay is too
email for the wo k.
It being too wet for our farmefs
to work, a goodjjmany of them come
in to hear the “Rev. Thadius”
speak on Friday last. The far
mers of Union County are nopof
the kind that, can be led off, es
pecially by such a man as the Rev.
If you want any thing in the
job line, such as blank notes,
deeds, Justice Court summons, or
in fact anything else in that line,
it will pay you to call at the Her—
â€“1<1 Office. We guarantee the
best and cheapest.
A party cosisting of Messrs Tom
Haralson, Joe Latham. Zeko.Vv ell
bom. N. Y. Reid, and Jim Haral
son,' will leave Blairsviile Hr
Coopers' Creek next Wednesday,
where (Lev will speftrl a tow days
fishing, and enjoying thcsa-selves
in various ways.
Mr. Will Logan of ^onr our town
trill bfegin t etching his school at
Flint Hill in Coosa district, the
ISih of this month. The people'
should ho proud that they have
Will, for ho is an exicliont teach
Mr. Joe Latham of Canton Geor
gia has been visiting friends in
Blairsviile for the past week. Joe
i s a vc ry i ml u «t r i ous young m an,
he will dig up the earth in strange
places rather than be idle.
Col, T. J. Haralson is nor mak
ing an active canvass for the Leg
islature. Ho simply places the
matter in the hands of his friends,
and if they domt look after his in
terests, they are going to alias a
getting a‘mighty good Representa
Mr. Frank L. Haralson left the
city to-day to visit his aged parents
at Blairsviile, Union county. Mr.
Haralson lias many friends in
Georgia who will be. delighted to
know that he is fully restored to
health and is taking the rank
among the lawyers of the state that
his brilliant talents entitle him to.
There is no cleverer man than him
and when be was State librarian
there was no one more accommo
dating. Mr. Haralson will spend
a month at home and then return
to Atlanta and resume his profes
sional work.--A Hants, J ournal.
It will be seen hy the above
clipping from the Atlanta journal
that Col. Frank L. Haralson is al
ready at tho front in his profession
in (he city of Atlanta. He reach
ed his old home at this place, on
Saturday last, and war, given a
hearty welcome by the peoph
Who knew and loved him in his
boyhood days. There is no man
who has ever gone forth from
this county who lies, more warm
friends than Frank Haralson.
Tho people love him and are justly
proud of the record lie is making.
Union county never los -s confi
dence in her ■ >> In Frank Har
alson, they will nevor find disap
pointment, but a man whom
each and every one of in may well
feel proud J o own.
Nominated for Congress hy the
•ivory County Represented at the Meet
ing in Gainesville and No Contesting
Gainesville, (hi.. July L°>.-(spe
cial.)—The democratic convention
of the ninth congressional dis
trict: wafts',ailed to order in tflo su
perior courtroom, at 11 o'clock a
m., by Hon. A. J. Monday, chair
man of the democratic executive
On motion of lion. Ab P. Woff
ord, of Banks county, Hqu Charles
A. Brand, of the comity of Gwin
nett, was elected permanent chair
Mr. Brand, in taking the chair,
made a sound democrat ic, speech
in which lie appealed to the conven
tion for harmonious action.
. Judge J. 0. Allen of Gilmer
county “placed th% name of Mr.
J. G. Pruit before the convention
for that of secretary, and those of
Messrs. G. D. Rucker, of Milton,
and W. F. Findly, of Ilall, for as
sistants. They were unanimously
The Roll Called. ;
The roll of comities was then, call
ed. and every county in the dis
trict was found to be represented,
’hero being no contesting
At this juncture Hon. LI. D
Gurley, of the count y of Lumpkin,
introduced die following resolu
tion, to-wit: 1
Resolved, That in the nomina-j
tion or a candidate for congress 1
a majority af the vows shall bet
sufficient to nominale, and that |
each county having one n presen-;
talive in the lower house of the'
general assembly be entitled
two votes, and each county having
two representatives be entitled
four votes in this convention.
lion. W. E. Siminons, of Gwin
nett, moved to amend as follows:
Resolved. That fwo-thirds of j
the ant ire vole of this convention :
shall be necessary to nominate.
He supported hi? amendment i
with a strong speech in which kej
said that it was an unbroken rule]
in the ninth district to nominate !
by a two-thirds vote where there >
contesting candidates for the 1
Hon. “Buck” Candler, of Union,
and Ab P. Wofford, of Banks,
npvde speeches in favor of the
On a call for the question, the
amendments ^offered by' Colonel j
Simmons, .the vote stood for The j
amendment 14 and against it 26.
The substitute was declared
lost, and upon a vote on the ongi
ion tho vote stood 26 for ’
it and 14 against .
The resolution was declared
adopted and the majority rule was
adopted by the convention.
Nominations were now in order,
and the veteran of Pickem county.
Hon. James Simmounj w ho is four j
score y ars and ton. plac6u j.. m-m- ,
ination the name- ol 11 ’
Tate, which was seconded by Hon.
“Buck” Candler, of Union and j
Dr.J.W. Osiin, of Hall county. 1
placed in nomination the named
Hon. Tyler M. Peeples,’ of Gwin- Dr. j
nett, which was (••'.-coned by :
Moses Richardson, of Cavinnctt >
and I)r. J. C. Bern c fit. of Jackson. :
There being no other nomina- ;
tions, the roll of count ios was call
ed and resulted as follows: Tate,!
27 1-2; Peeples, 12 1-2.
On motion of ILm i'». .E. o:u>
mous. suit of GrinneD d) (before f,-oonded the re- by j i
v, as amiounc
Dr. J. AY. Osiin. of Hall, the nom- !
ination v .smad * uuiuiimous; !
“Curler Tate” had swept the'
deck and everybody seem • j w-.dl I
picas-: d. j
Tic: miU.iiui! PAiii.ca. Kn-F.r.- •;
Richards ol Gwul- .
Dr. Moses >n,
nett. iniriKluccd (1 e fallowing res-
olut ion, which wail unanimously
Resolved, That the democracy
of the ninth congressional district
endorse the platform of the nation
al democratic convention recent
ly hold at Chicago, and the nomi
nation of Cleveland and Steven
On motion a committee of five
was apointed to notify Hon. “Car
ter Tate of his nomination, con
sisting of the following:
lion. W. E. Simmons, of Gwin
nett ; Dr. John W. Oelin, of Hall;
Mr. John Holder, of Jackson ; Mr.
A. W Roberts, of Cherokee ; Hon.
“Buck” Candler, of Union.
A district executive committee
was then appointed:
V. A. Lockhart. Banks county.
Cr. R. Brown, Cherokee county.
H. D. Martin, Dawson county.
M. J. Gorman, Fannin county.
Dr. John Hockenhull, Forsyth
John P. Perry, Gilmer county.
J, T. Baxter, Gwinnett county.
Eil Schaefer, Habersham county.
A. It. Smith, Hall county.
W. P. Boggs, Jackson county.
Joseph Alien, Lumpkin county.
E. M. Hook, Milton county.
E. Wofford, Pickens county.
F. A. Bleckley, Rabun county.
W. II. McConnell, Towusjcounty.
J. F. Walker, Union county.
W. H. Courtney, White county.
Hon. Charles A. Brand, of Gwin
nPlt> W as unanimously elected dis
A strong campaign committee
was appointed, with Hon. George
R. Brown as chairman. Tliecom
ra ittee is made tip of some of the
men in the district, and,
under the direction of Chairman
Brown, the ninth can lie counted
as po ij c i f or Democracy, The
Members of the committee are:
George R. Brown, of Cherokee, j
W. B. Tate, of Pickens, fwereta
Dawson—H. D. Martin. 1
Fannin—J. II. Wiizel. I
Forsyth--Joe G. Lindt.
(Bviimet-t--L. T. McDonald.
Giimer--V> . A. Cox.
Habersham--W. P. Furr.
Jackson—J. C. Bennett.
Lumpkin—IT. D. Gurley.
Mil inn___Gw ;rse I). Rucker.
Rabun—W. A. Simmons.
Towns-01 ivor Wylie,
Union—W. E. Candler.
White-A. IT. Henderson.
On motion the convention ad
j ol j nief i s j n « die.
The Delegates return.
Last night many of the dele
gates from the ninth district dem
ocratic convention came down
from Gainesville to Atlanta on
their return home.
They*sp?ut last night in the city
ftnd wi j! i Gave this morning fori
their respective homes. Among j
them were Dr. Tate, of Pickens. 1
Mr. Chastian, of Fannin, Senator I
b. Vincit, of Pickens, Mr. Char-1
ley Brand, of Lawrenceville, and
Mr. N. L. Hutchins,
They report a lively time of it
at the convention and realize - that
they have a lively .campaign ahead
of them m the ninth, though of
course, are confident of the success
oh^ey Brand who was
c j ia jf man 0 f f[ 10 convention t uys it |
his opinion that the third party!
Winn. He '
^ will nominate
thinks Whm is stronger than
Pickett in the district.—Const itu!
If voii want to can Idackberrii's,■;
apples, poach'*®, tomatoes and so
forth, go to J. W.Moore â€“ Co.,
where yon can bv..v gel ion jars atj
lOcts each. They will also have L
on hand a nice lot of new SOOds ,
the last of this webk.
Blairsviile Fishing Club.
A complete .organization has
Becii effected of Wfo Club, and
Work begun. Mrs Garrett from At
ia:ita, wen tarn tor the Club, by
catching 1 lie firs; Cat-fish ever
known to bo in the water-, of the*
cbeti fowling, rnding Not taler .Tlie
Club will mow their fishing
j; grounds to Cooper’s Creek, me
(p v s;) ,, ej. ,] mouatcin
For tin* Legislature.
I am a candidate for 11 10 Leg
islature, subpet to tho iclion of
(ho Democratic Convention. If
oicetoil T will endeavor <o servo
the people acr faith fully, as 1 liave
served thorn in the past, L re
spectfully ask your iullivenco, and
Yours Very Truly.
T, J. Haralson.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the Legislature, subject
to tiyj action of the Democratic
party of Union county. If elected
I shall strive to represent the
whole people, and shall do all in
my power to accomplish much
good for my county and people.
To the Democrats of Towns
At the solicitation of many
friends I hereby announce that
I will be candidate for re-election
to the House from Towns count y
subject to whatever mode may be
adopted by the Democrat^ of said
county for naming candidates. .1
am thankful for past favors and:
will appreciate future ones.
A. N. Coffey.
The convem ion which will nom
inate candidates for Representa
tive will meet in Blairsviile on the
2nd Monday in August. The dis
tricts will select their delegates on
tho 5th Saturday in July.
J J. Y. W alker.
Chairman Deni. Ex. Com.
Towns County Legal Adds
GEORGIA TOWNS COUNTY
Whereas, John S. Erwin, Aclm’r
of the estate of Wm Daniel, rep
resents to tho court that he has
fully a-cbi’inisffred said r.state
This is to cite all parties interested
to show cause before me on the 1st
Monday in July, 3 892, why lie
should not be dismissed from said
trust, and 1> h granted let ters of dis
mission. This March 26th, 1892
M. L. KAm.sky Ordinary.
GEORGIA TOWNS COUNTY
Whereas Frank ISulton, aclnvr.
debonis non of the.estate of Alar
tin England Dec’d, represents to
the court that he has fully ad
ministered said estate. This is to
cite all persons interested to throw
cause before me on the first Mon
day in August next 1892 why he
should not be dismissed from said
trust and bo granted Letters of
This May 27 1892.
M. L. Kimsly Ordy.
GEORGIA TOWNS COUNTY
Notice is hereby given that
John England, Guardian of John
and Arthur Logan has applied to
the undersigned, and represents to
the Court (hat the has fully dis
charged hi-- said trust. This is to
cite all persons interested to show
cause Ik- for<.• me on the 1st Mon
day in August next, why he should
not be dismissed. May 2nd 1892
M. L. KHUSKY
Wm / 1
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1: in the work!. Spring Frame,
B, e Tangent Spokes, Hollov/ Rims,
Cushion Tire, Centro Brak.ee,
I \i i
r.' - —
A convertible Bicycle, strictly
high grade. We guarantee
every one. Send, tor- art catulojuc.
STOVES rail Him 80.,
ffEM IST4 TE!
Arty one wishing purchase limber 1 Amis, Minerals, Firming landâ€“
anything in the Real Estate line wii Ldo well to confer with Lie.
OVER 300 LOTS
We have ovob three hundred lots of land on our list, and Wilt
guarantee perfect titles to every let offered for sale;
A PINE FARM.
I\ c have A fine farm in Towns County, consisting ot sixty five 6i
seventy acres of bottom land, in cultivation, which we will sell at A
bargain. This is one of the most desirable places in North East On
i here is a nice six room residence, nicely painted, and built on the most
modern style, with a store house, and fine barn, all conveniently
located, on a hill overlooking the entire fiirfii. This place will gd
cheap for cash.
OTHER GOOD FARMS.
I have smeral other nice fiumsj that twill ‘dispose of at figures
Unit v, ill astonish you.
TOWN LOTS . 1
I will SeR yen IfiiVn Jots at a very low tiguroi Get ivy priceA,
If you am desirous of purchasing anything in tliewJy of lainerji
tiinber or farming lands, you will fitid iffc ready to wait oil you, and
show you what I have in this litre;
Au.y one having lands to sell or rent, will do Well to place them iU
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OFFICE IN THE HERALD OFFICE
C. j., V/ELLE0E1T, JE. f
Blairsviile, Georg - ! a