ALBANY, GA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 5, 1906.
Consul General Fialo Talks of Conditions
Proclamation Issued Assembling Congress to Im
peach President Morales.
irnment, After Victory Over
volt, May Ghrry Repression
Now York, Jim. 6.—Senor Finlo, consul general ol Santo Domiilgo
to this city, expressed the opinion today that the death of General .Rod:
rlg’uez would be a dcat liblow to the Morales Insurrection In Santo Do*
miugo. He said that President. Cascerps can give far more substantial,
aid pending tho treaty with live United States. , He .further stated that-
Morales started the revolution to defeat, the treaty. He' made a Special
attempt to make certain provisions in the treaty as a menus of estab
lishing his own personal power.
Washington, Jan. 5.—Cable advices received at the
.state.department today from Santo Domingo say that the
revolution is practically ended. Troops are dispersing to
their homes and the country is becoming quiet.
TO IMPEACH MORALES.
-Santo Domingo, Jan. 5.—A proclamation has been issued
assembling congress to impeach President Morales.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 5.—The government’s victory over tho rfevolu-
lonisis has been ouite decisive, although open revolt continues in many
places in the interior. The, military Is employed mercielssly, and the
movement is being gradually stifled. The fires of revolt are not yet ex
tinguished, and the main :ear is that the. government, encAmraged by
success, may fall into the error of pressing the advantage too far.
Signs are already apparent that the policy of repression will be car
ried to the point which is sure to rouse resentment and discontent.
the best teachers in .this country, and
lie is now regarded by musical critics
as one o; the flnci't tenors in Amer
ica. In New York he enjoys an en
viable position in the musical world,
and is ranch sought after.
In company with a good many
Georgians it was my pleasure to hear
Mr. Boone last September in New
York, and I feel that I rick nothing in
promising a rare treat to all music
lovers. I think I could hardly say
too much of his beautiful voice and
execution. The ladies hope to see
tiro, opera house filled next Wednes
day evening, and feel safe in prom
ising the valud of the ticket to all
who go, besides the consciousness of
having aided a worthy cause, for Mr,
Boone is most generous in his terms,
Thanking yon for this courtesy, as
well as all others, I am
Yours for the Hospital,
MRS. JOS. S. DAVIS,
Pres. Ladies’ Hospital Aid Association.
Albany, Ga„ Jan. 6, 1 GOO. ,
OVER A THOUSAND KILLED AND THREE THOUSAND WOUNDED AT
Washington, J.yi. 5.—Advices have been received from official
sources from Moscow that a thousand person® have been kllle'd and tlireo
thousand wounded there. Tre news from other Russian points Is more
hopeful, the dispatches reporting that the railways are gradually re
suming operations Tho mails are still badly mixed find two or three
months will be required to resume normal conditions.
Manila', Jan. 5.—Great activity prevails among tin
troops in Manila garrisons. Three regiments' are unde
field orders in view of possible eventualities in China.
At the Rawlins Theatre
THE BATTLE WAS FIERCE
AT PORTA PLATA.
Entertainment for Benefit of the Hos
pital—An Appeal from Mrs. Davis,
President Hospital Association.
CAPT. JAMES T. MANN '
Morales Lost Over. One Hundred ‘Men,
Killed and Wounded.
Editor o,f The Herald: , p
You ha^e’ beeti so generous to the La-
"clies Hospital Association, that I am
emboldened to seek further help at
your hands. The recent bazaar was
/such a pronounced succes^ thatj all
who are working for the hospital feel
much encouraged. As you have, stated
in your paper several times, we have
'nearly $2,500, but this falls 'far short
of the $10,000 w* have started put
* to raise, and now we appeal to the
public not to grow wary in well-doing
but to continue to lend us substantial
aid in the ‘future as they have done
in the past. r ' +>•
The. distressing occurrences o; last
Wednesday aeryp to strongly empha
size Albany’s heed of a hospital.
'On next Wednesday evening, at
. tlre lifjwlins theater, MV. ,7as. O'. Bocne,
fcVpf New York, (formerly of Georgia),
t il give a bout r.y’trl for the benefit
the hospitab Mcr •' Albanians .re-.
_ amber with plear. ire his singiifg; nt
Y ithe Chautauou.' A ide ably in 1903.
Since then Mr. Boone has studied with
Hac Been Appointed Assistant Judge
Advocate, Georgia State Troops.
New York, Jan. G.—A Herald dis*
patch says that five generals were
killed'in the fighting aKPorta Plata,
Santo Domingo. General Morales lost
one hundred and twenty men. .'killed
and wounded, the dead including
Generals Lico and Perez. Anting the
Casceros troops oners Pedro Van-
ega and Antonio Coldersoh, wore kill
Trial of. Midshipman P<
terson Marzoni, of Per
sacola, Begun-’Five Se]
arate Hazing Incident
, Are Charged. j
ANNOUNCED BY COMMISSION,
EFFECTIVE JAN. 1—METER
RATH 20 APTLAT RATE. 10
PEI GENT. OFF.
Annapolis, ,Tnn. 6 —Tho trial of $
shlpman Veterson Marzoni, of Per
- ; 1 ' ' .
cola, a.mcmlM^fof the first class,
the chargtr of • hazing ; MUshipn
Chester S. 'Roberts,-, of'. jloUot,. Ills,
inijjinl)er, o'* ft
gun this morning. * Tin? fekargea
supported by five specification^' 1 ;^
alleging a scfmrat" iucldent-of Imz
1 - ? '-riiS'T-1/.y
against Roberts, ■ , ‘ f vi..
HAS BEEN AFFORDED
Masons to Erect Temple on Peachtree,
Opposite the Governor’s Mansion to
- .—QocMil 00,000. • ~A" • -•■•••
Storm • Sufferers Who Were Known to
". Se 1 n~ "Actual Want;, ";’'
w tn mu uimuy ns u m
ou of 20.per sirtch-Ys #ira“J$$pus
hi per cent, in flat-rates count of the- fa^t. grow
lights •furnished by the fo place ■ the militia. On r
-■n authorized 1£/ tho Wa- pncs.y foodug correrpoml
rerworks and Elec. 1 dc Light OJommiS- j ns Possible with condlt
; effective Januavy first. The re- exist, in the United SI
auction will not. cif course,' affect!arrijy.
i , charges tor service prior to the be- • Colonel Mann, by virt
cost of $100,000, have been completed , Q t j le new year. t j poirttment,, becomes ass!
by the' architects and work on the; Tile reduced sdp.'e was adopted at onel George M. Nvpier.
edifice will in all probability be be-, 1 a meeeting of the commission yeslor-
gun Feburary 1st. Contracts for f ho'i ,ln v afternoon, Mayor. Rawson and-
demolition of the small building now | Commissioners Brown find Whitehead
> ‘being present. A number of matters of
occuTO-ing the lot Fill he let soon, , nl ^ esR , TOre Blvcn attPnt , on , „ ut
as bids have been asked for. The j that above referred io was the most
Masonic Temple will be seven 3tories important,
high. The lot has a fronjatge on
Peachtree street' of (10 feet and runs
back for ISO feet along Cain street
and, cost the Masons $35,000. The
ground floor will be given over to
stores, and above will be located va
rious lodge rooms.
Prompt relief lias hl-en extended
he storm sufferers by tho oily coun
cil and by a committee of colored
citizens who made a canvass for sub
Through direction of tho special
committee appointed yesterday, vary
ing amounts have hpen, ■ placed. In
the hands,of those most'in need. The
principal sufferers have received $10
each, which $5, or smaller amounts,
have been diutrilin'cd among less un-
•ortumite sufferers. The city physi
cian Is looking after those of the in
jured who are not able to pay . for
Pew of the negroes .who are mini-,
bered among tho principal sufferers
owned their homes, though some did.
As a rule, yie losses of colored vic
tims were limited to clothing and
FOR SALE—Kitchen's plantation, 000
acres, 5 miles East of Albany. *
3-3t ' ED. H. JONE}S.
xlaving sold our en
tire JBuggy, ^Vagon
and Harness business
CAMPAIGN TO KILL OFF
INSANE AND DISEASED
ten per cent, applies to customers
who have no meteru For instance, the
occupant of-a store or cottage with
eight lights has in the past been re
quired to pay $6 per month. Under
the new schedule, the charge will be
$5.40—a saving of $7.20 per annum.
These reductions will be contingent
upon the payment of all accounts not
later than the 10th of the month on
the first day of which accounts be
come due. Parties who allow their
indebtedness to the city to stand
longer than ten days will he charged
at the old rate.
The making of these reductions is
an evidence of the policy of the com
mission t.o give to customers of the
city’s lighting establishment the ben
efit of the increased and still increas
ing earning capacity of the plant. The
rates have all along been as low as
ai'e enjoyed elsewhere in the state, and
tauch lower than those in effect in
Last year the waterworks and elec*
trie lighting departments turned into
the city treasury a little less than
$7,200 net. In spite of this reduction
of rates, it is expected that the net
revenue in 1900 will not show a fall
ing off, as the earning capacity of the
plants has been on the upward trend
•*or the past several years.
Dr. Chas. Elliott Norton Joins Foroee
With Mrs. Ballington Booth.
ST. LOUIS PUBLIC LIBRARY
DAMAGES BY FIRE
FOR SALE—Two English Bloodhound
puppies, ready for training. Ad-!
dress W. R. L. care Herald. It J
gy LiO., which tirm
will be owned and
controlled by Messrs.
W. H. Culpepper
and S. E. Mctjow-
Philadelphia, Jan. 6.—Dr. Charles
Elliott Norton, of Cambridge, has
joined forces with Mrs. Ballington
Booth and others in (he campaign for
killing the hopelessly insane, hope
lessly diseased and the victims of
accidents! Ho says: “The prolonga
tion- of life in such cases by whatever
means is mere criminal cruelty."
Many Old Books and Valuable Manu
St. Louts, xm 6.—Fire broke out
in, the'public libra-y early today and
before it. was extinguished fifteen
hundred books were destroyed. Though
Hie loss Is only $3,0|)0, many old books
and manuscrlps cannot .be replaced.
in the manner
Judge Calhoun .Sentences Eight Negro
meriy with us, we
take this method of
commending them to
our former patrons
and to say they are
thoroughly posted on
this line of business
Atlanta, Ga„ Jan. .5.—(Special.)—
A total of eight years in ten minutes
for vagrancy is what Judge Calhoun
gave eight negro women yesterday in
the criminal city court. The prisoners
pleaded guilty. Each was given a sen
tence of twelve months on the chain-
gang with the privilege of paying a
fine of $50. Judge Calhoun has given
it out that he proposes, in so far as
he is able, to stop loafing on the part
of the negroes in the city. If they
won’t work for themselves he thinks
they should work for the county.
FOR SALE—Several close In resi
dences. (5-3t) ED. R. .TONES.
FOR SALE—Tift’s Bridge Hal) and
the lot, 75x200 feet.
G-3t ED. R. JONES.
BY MINE EXPLOSION,
Armory Company E, Fourth Regiment^
Infantry, National Guard of Georgia.
Albany, Ga., Jan. 6, 1900.
Order No. 1.
1. There will be a compulsory meet
ing of the Company tonight at 7:30
o’clock at the armory.
2. The regular election of Captain-
elect P. J. Brown will be held and the
complete organization of the new ad
ministration will be perfected; It Is.
therefore Important that every men!-
bar attend. ,
ii A11 members and former members
of the company having any military
property, ‘iff whatever description, In
their possession will deliver the same
Immediately to Quartermaster Sergt.
S. F. Newell In person, or leave same
at his residence. i
P. J BROWN,"
Commanding Co. E, Fourth Infantry,
National Guard of Georgia.
Bodies of Eleven Victims at Coaldale
wants them I
Bluefields, W. Va., Jan. 5.—Ilieven
victims of the Coaldale mine disas
ter were removed from the mines at
3 o’clock this morning. Other bodies
have been located. An explosion of
gas pccurred yesterday afternoon and
at midnight only one body had been
msh the best anc
most prompt service,
FOR SALE—Pattison shop property
will be withdrawn from the market
after Tuesday for advanced price.
5-3t ED. R. JONES.
FCVi" SALE—Pattison shop propel ty
‘ r will be withdrawn from the market
after Tuesday Tor advanced price.
5-3t • ED. R. JONES.
There was an Inaccuracy In the re
port In yesterday's Herald of changes
being made in the exchange Of the
Southern Bell Telephone Co. Thie en
larged exchange will * take ' in the
floors above the P'rst NgtiJhal Bank,
Jackson’s tailor shop and the barber
shop next door, but will not, as stated
Washington, Jan. 5.—The debate on
the Philippine tariff bill was contin
ued In the house today. Champ Clark
opened’ the discussion with a general
review of the German tariff situation*
, The following Is the weather fore
cast for Georgia for next 24 hours:
Fair tonight and Saturday.
In The Herald, include the apartments
over the Sans Souci saloon, now oc
cupied by the Sans Souci restaurant,
FOR SALE— 1 Tift’s Bridge Hall and
the lot, 75x200 feet.
B*2t ED.f R. JONES.
Brinson & Co., Wood and Qoal,
'Phone 267. Prompt service. Patron*
Per T: M. Tieknor,
Manager. | 5-3t.