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EDDY mr ?amr vtx v.i i n, ti CURRENT, Homo First, tho World Aftorward. VOL. VII. IjDDY, new Mexico, Saturday, febkuauy 11, isoo. NO. 14. TrBtf itmia.Ui Washington, Fob. 7. Tho treaty of peace negotiated by the commissioners of tho United tSatcn and Spain at t'arla was ytstorday rotlflcd by tho icnate, tho vote being 67 ycu to 1!7 nays, or 1 voto moro than the two-thirds ma jority necessary to securo senatorial conctirrcnco In a treaty dooumcnt. Tho voto wns tnkon In oxcoullvo ecs Ion and until tho Injunction of se crecy was removed tho result was sup posed to bo private, but the vlco pres ident had no more than nnnouifocd tho figures beforo senators rushed out of every door lending from tho Bctiate tlmmber, declaring that tho treaty lind been ratlflcd. Bomo mado tho mlsluko of elating that thcro were 3 votos to eparc. Thero was In fact only 1 vote moro than was necessary, tho ballot resulting 11 yons to 27 nays. Following Is tho voto In the scnato on the ratification of the peace treaty: Yeas-Aldrlch (Hop.). Allen (Pop.), Allison (Hop.), Uakor (Hep.), Burrows (Rep.), Duller (Pop.), Carter (Hop.), Chandlei (Hep.), Clark (Hi, Clay (Uom.), C'ullom (Hop.), Davis (nep.), Doboo (Hep.), Klklns (nop.), Fair banks (Hep.), Fnulknor (Dom.), Fora- Tb. Manila lUttlt. Manila, Feb, 7. Owing to the ares, embraced In the sceno of Sunday's en gagetnent, a ecml-olrclo of fully seven teen miles, details regarding fighting have been oxtromoly difficult to ob tain. Ho far na oon bo gnthered the brush commenced at 8:43 Saturday ovenlng by tho firing of a Nobraska sentry at Santa Mesa upon Filipinos who woro deliberately crooslng the lino, after repelled warning, with tho evident purposo of drawing our fire. Tho first shot from tho American sen try was evidently accepted as a pre arranged signal, for It was followod almost Immediately by a terrific fusil- lado along tho entlro Filipino lino on tho north side of the Pnslg river. Tho American outposts returned the flro with such vigor that tho Filipino fire was checked until tho arrival of rolntorccmcnt. All the troops In tho vicinity woro hurried out tiid the Fil ipinos ceased firing for halt an hour whllo thtlr own reinforcements onmo up. At 10 o'clock tho fighting wns re sumed, tho Amorlonn lino consisting of tho third artillery, the Kansas and Montana ruglmonts, tho Minnesota regiment, tho Ponnsylvnnlans, tho No- ker (Hep.), Frye (Hep.). Calllngcr i,ral.nnB. the Utah battery, tho Ida- uup.j, ucnr (llep.). Gray (Dem.). Hanna (Hop.), llnnsbrough (Hop.), Harris (Pop.), Hawley (Hop.), Jones of Nevada (Pop.). Konney (Dem.), Kyle (Ind), Lindsay (Dem.), Lodge (Hep), Mcrjrldo (Hep.), MeKnory (Hem.), McMillan (Hop.), Mantle (Hep.), Mason (Hep.), Morgan (Dem.), Neison (Hep), Penrose (Hop.), Perkins fllep), Pcttus (Dem.). Piatt of Con necticut (Rop.), Piatt of New York Ut.p). Prltchartl (Hop.). Quay (Hep.), Hobs (nep ), Bowoll (Hep.), Bhoup tRpp ), Simon (Hop.), Spoonor (nop.), Stewart (Pop.), Sullivan (Dem.), Tol ler (Ind.). Thurston (Hon.). Warren (Hep), Wellington (Hop.). Woloott (Hep.), Nays Hncon (Dom.), Date (Dom.). Herry (Dem.). Cnffroy (Dem.), Chil ton (Dom.), t'ockroll (Dem.), Daniel (Dem ), Gorman (Dom.), Hole (Hop.), Holtfleld (Pop.), Hoar (Hop.), JoncH of Arkansas. (Dom.), Mallorv (Dem.). ".Martin (Dem.). Mia rmnm.i. mip iMi (Uom.), Monoy Murphy (Dom.), Pasco (Dem.), Pettlgrow (Hop.), Raw lins (Dem.), Honch (Dom.), Smith (Dun.), Turley (Dom.), Turner (Pop,), Vest iDcm.). Absent and paired Messrs. Cannon and Wilson for. with Mr. Whllo igatnst; Messrs. Proctor and Wetmoro for. with Mr. Turplo against. t'nrrl.l (In- Amount. Washington. Fob. 7. The sundry civil appioprlntlon bill completed yos tcrday noon by the houso committed on appropriations carries $20,000,000, to carry out tho obligations of tho treaty between tho United Slates and Spain." Outside of this tho bill appropriates H2.927.201. The provision for tho payment of 920.000,000 Is ns follows: " For tho purposo of carrying out tho obligations of tho treaty between tho United S'ntca and Spain, conoludod at Paris on tho 10th of December, 1898, to become Immediately uvullablo upon tho exchango of tho ratifications of said treaty. 120.000.000." t'ttugtit at M.utililt. Memphis. Tonn., Feb. 7. Kirk Jones, alias James Beott, an alleged all round thief and expert burglar, was raptured by the Memphis pollen hore. Ho had entered tho room of a physl don at a hotel and abstracted $76 from under a pllluw when Interrupted. lie mado his cap then, but was oaptur i.l swn afterward. Ho had In his poaeeealoi) several re r.lpiH for money orders sent to Mrs. Molito Jones at Tneoma. Wash., and .iat'.i Fort WortJt, Tax., each order - wt- ling tic. hos, tho WaHhlngtons, tho California, the fourth cavalry, North Dakota vol uutcers, the South Dakota and Colo rado ronlmenU. sixth artlllory and fourteenth Infantry. The Flllplnod couoontrated their forces at threo points, Caloooan, Santa Mosa and Onllngatnn, and malutalnod nn lutormlttout fuslllndo for somo hours. About midnight thero wns a lull In tho Hi Inn lasted until 3:46 n. m., whon tho wholo Filipino lino reopened lire. Tliu Americans poured a terrific flro I Into tho darkness for twenty fnlnutos and thero was nnothor lull until day light, whon tho Amorlcaua generally advanced. During tho night, In re Kponso to Hoar Admiral Dowoy's slg nnls flashed acrosH from Cavltr, tho United States cruiser Chniloston and tho guuboat Concord, stationed at Mal nbon, poured a deadly flro from tUclr secondary battery Into tho Filipino trendies at Cnloocan. After daylight tho double turretcd Bcagolng monitor Monadnock opened flro off Mnlato and kept snolllng tho Filipinos' loft Hank, whllo tho olhor vessels shollcd the ouimy's Hunk for soveral hours. Doth sides choorcd frequently during tho engagement. The American "hur rnhs" wore almost luvailubly met by dorlslve "vivas." Among thy unlives tho Ygorotes wore especially-uotlcenblo for their bravery, about seventy-three of those naked savages facing urtlllery with tholr bows and arrows. Theaters wore In full blast whon tho fighting commctmed and tho excite muut was grent. It Is estimated fifty-four Americans were killed. Manila Attavk.it. Manila, Fob. 0. The long expotcd rupture between tho Americans and tho Filipinos hoa romo at last. Tho former aro now engaged lu oolvlng tlTo Phlllpplno problem with tho utmost ex pedition posslbe. Tho clash oame at 8:40 Saturday ovenlng when threo daring Filipinos darted past tho Ne braska regiment's plckrt nt Bant Mens, but retired when ollnllcnged. Tlioy repeated tho experiment vllhout drawing tho sentry's fire. Uut tho third tlrao Corporal Ureoly ehallanged tho Filplnofl and then fired, killing one of thorn and wounding nnother. Almost Immediately afterward tho Filipinos' lino, from Onlvocau to Santa Mesa, commenced a fuslllado which was neffeotunl. The Ncwbraskn, Mon tana and North Dakota outposts re- riled vigorously and held their ground until reinforcements nrrlvod. The Filipinos In the meantime con centrated nt threo points, Cnlvocan, Qagalangln nnd Santa Mesa. At 1 o'ulook tho Filipinos opened it hot flro from all threo plncea simulta neously. This wns supplemented by tho flro of two sloga guns at Ilallk and Ballk and by advancing their skirmish ers at Pnco and Pnndacnu. The Americans responded with a torrlflo flro, but owing to tho darkness thoy wero unablo to determine lis effect. The Utah light artillery finally sue ocoded In aJlonoIng tho native battery 'llio third artillery also did good work on tho exlremo left. Tho on gagomont lasted over an hour. Tho Unlteu Males cruiser Charles ton nnd the gunboat Concord, station cd oft Mnlnbonn, opened flro from tholr secondary batteries on tho Filipinos' position at Culvocan and kept It up vigorously. 'At 2:46 thero was another fuslllado nlong tho entlro line nnd tho Unltod Statca soa-golng doublo monitor Mona adnock opened flro on tho tnomy from oft Mnlato. With daylight tho Americans ad vanced. Tho California and Washing ton reglmont mado a splcn'dTd charge and drove tlio FDIpInoa from tho vll lngo of Pnco and Santa Mesa. Tho Nobraska reglmont also dlsln gulshnd isclf, capiirlng sovoral prison ers nnd ono howlzer and a very srong position at tho reservoir which Is con neccd with tho watorwovks. Tho Kansas and Dakota roglmenU compelled tho onomy's right flank tn retlro to Calvoonu. Thero was Intermittent firing at va rious points all day long. Tho losses of the Flllpnos cannot bo cwtlniatcd at present, but they are knon to bo con siderable. Tho American tosses nro estimated at twenty killed and 126 wounded. The Ygorales, armed with bows and ar rows, made a very determined stand In tho face of a hot artillery fire and loft many men dead on tho flold. Several attompls wero mado tn tho city Saturday ovenlng to assassinate Amorcan ofllcars. DIXIU DOINOS- Whlttaker Manns and Howard Hor- lan, farmers, fought a duel with knives nt Hallnrdsvllle, Ky, Manns Is dead, During a quarrel llydo DeLaoy shot and killed Armour lllley nt Hatches ohubblo, Ala., nnd then suicided. In tho United tSates circuit court at illrmlnghnm, Ala., Judgo Uruco Issued a decree ordering the sale of the prop erty of the Alabama Iron and Steel company, located at Montleallu nnd llriiMflold, Ala., nnd valued at 11,100,- 000. Judge Loden, the father of a large family, wan shot and killed at Owens- lioro, Ky.. by Ilrynn Taylor because, It Is alleged, ho wns unablo tu pny Taylor a debt of $1.K. Col. W. J. Ilrynn has accepted an In vitation from the HrynnAnnlverstiry cliil) of Chattanooga, Tonn., to bo the guest of Its mombers on tho. formor's birthday, March ID, nnd has neceptod same. Four men fought a duel nt Really- vllle, Ky. About fifteen shots wero fired. Twg,of tho men woro sorlously wounded. A Sprlngdnlc, Ark., woman rejoices In hair Unit measures forty-six feet lu length. Uaptists at Ifurckn Springs, Ark., nro planning to build n $30,000 church as n momorlul to llov. W. K. Psuu. Hugh L. Childress, superintendent of the southern division of the Postal Telegrnhp company, with headquarters nt Illrmlnghnm.. Ala., died at Chatta nooga. Tenn., of meningitis. Representative Gaines of Tonnoesoo has Introduced a hill In tho lower house of emigres to repeal tho law which prevonts nn ox-Contedornto sol dlor from sorvlng ns a federal grand or pstlt juror. Tho Alabama Industlal and Solcntlfle socloty met In annual hcssIoii nt Illr mlnghnm. Several papers woro read, officers elected and a banquet held. Washington, Feb. 4. The uouss eummltteo on interstnto and forejgn commerce to-day directed a favorable report on tho Hepburn Nicaragua ca nal bill with amendment ns a substi tute for tho Morgan bill paused by the senate. Whon the subject was taken up nt tho meeting of the commerco commit tee yesterday It was at first deter mined without the formality of n voto that Chairman Hepburn's bill should be reported ns embodying the sense of tho committee. Tho main question mm as to expediting legislation. For this purpose Mr. levering of Massa chusetts moved thut the Morgan sen ate bill be taken up nnd nil after the enacting clause bo stricken out and the Hepburn bill substituted. This wns approved nnd tho substitute was then changed In some particulars, On mo tion of Mr. llnrhnm of California the requirement for full ownership uud sovereignty over the route wns strlck on out. An amendment by Mr. Shor- man of Now York, authorizing tho president to nogotlnto with private companies or associations for conces sions, rightKotc., wns defeated. Mr. Illnrlehon of Illinois scoured tho ndupllan of nn amendment reducing tho total appropriations from $140,- 000,000 to $116,000,000. As thus amend ed tho substitute bill was agreed to by practically n unanimous vote and Mr. Hepburn was directed to make the re port to tho home. Tho bill In Its amended form Is ns follows: Section 1. That 'Ue president of tho Unltod States be nnd Is hereby au thorized to acquire by purehnso from the states of Costa 11 leu and Nloaragua for and In behalf of tho United Stntes of such portion of territory now be longing to Costa Rlr-a and Nicaragua or cltb . o. thorn us may be desirable iiucomary nn which to excavate, Tn !! (loulil Ito.di. New York, Feb. 4.-Tho plan fof merging tho Gould southwestern fait roads Into tho Missouri Pacific system ha procreated to an extent that It Is given out that tho terms of exchange on Texas nnd Pnolflo atoek will bo on the basis of two shares ol Texas and Pacific for ono of tho Missouri Pnolflo. stoek, and tho Tcxns nud Pnolflo sec onds, or Incomes, will be given n fixed charge collateral trust 3 per oont bonds on nn ovon exchange. Something of this kind has boon proposed by some of tho Interests In the two parties for a long time, hut It Is only lately that matter took shape enabling tliogo I who wero In favor of It to 'control tho I situation. The combination when complete will 1 Include the MIksoutI ltolflo,IronMoun ' tain, International nnd Great North- branches nnd connections. Tho Iron Mountain and Missouri Pnolflo aro now practically one, nnd tho International nnd Oreat Norlhorn Is closely hold by the Goulds, ho that tho settlement In tho Texas and Pacific onse mnkos Itcasy tocarry out any consllldittlon seheemo npproved by tho Goulds. It has boon known for somo time that the Goulds are planning to con solidate nil tholr railroad Interostn mueh after the Ynnderbllt plan In tho Now York Central and tho Lake Shore deal, Mr. Gould has decided It Is mudh easier to be at (he head of one system which controls tho others than to have many systema Independent of ono an other, and of course It Is mueh ohcap or to opornto them that way. The Cotton Holt Is not Included In tho dedl. Imports come In of tarriWe weather f i urn all over nefth Texas, Indian ter ritory and Oklahoma. Great damage ! stork la feared. The naval promotion board has rec ommended twenty-eight oflliers for promotion. Nul.it Character ll.ntl. Jefferson City. Mo.. Feb. 7. Col. H. Jlludio. who died at his home In Pleas ant Hill, was one of tho historic char acters of the stale. Ho served In the Mexican war and wns present at the rapture of the City of Mexlio. He was famous as a Confedernto artillery offi cer and before the close of the civil war had attained the rank of brigadier feneral. I'lllplnu l.mio. Kong Kong, Feb. 7. Tho latest ad vices from Manila say that the rebel forces have beon driven bnak ten miles and their lussos aro estimated ut 1900 killed or wounded. During the fighting tho United States warships shelled a train loaded with Insurgents. Col. Win. ('. Smith of tho first Ton nesseo Infantry was tn the thick of tho fight when attacked by apoplexy and fell from his horsa. Careful estimates from Manila plaoo the Filipinos' looses up to date at 2000 dead, 3(00 wounded nnd 600 taken prisoner. ' tiiilnrml IMMnlmil. Han Juan de Porlo llloo, Feb. 7. Gov. Gen. Henry has ordered the dis solution of the Insular eablnet and stibstltuUs for It the fallowing de- twrtftisn'a: Stat. Jttsuee, iinaiie. awl Interior. The order amtauneet that It having become evident to Gen. Henry after a careful trial of two menths Uat the litMlar cabinet (JiM tut eorrMjHd with Amerlaan meiluMis of program, he dMlafea its dissolution. Troop O. third Tests, mustered out. have been WbUWj TMI't. Chicago. III.. Feb. 7.-JThe attorneys for the whisky trust announced yes terday that the new combination will be lauuehed beforo the close of Feb ruary with a oapltal approximating $90,000,000. The Amerlsan Spirits Manufaoturlng oompauy Is thus as sured almost absolu e eontrel of tho entire whisky trade sftUe eountry. Kentucky dUtilWr are iseelvlag largo whisky orders. I'rout OIL. "Washington, Fob. 0. Tho following dispatch from Gen. Otis has been mado public: Manila, Fob . C To tho adjutant genoral, Washington: Insurgents In large free opened attack on our lines at 8:45 last evening; ronowed attack soveral times during tho night; at 4 o'clock this morning entire Una on gaged; all attacks repulsed; at day break advanced against Insurgents and have driven them beyond tho lines they formorly occupied, capturing sev eral villages and their defenso works; Insurgents loss In dead and wounded large; our own oasultles thus far es timated at 176. very few fatal. Troops enthusiastic and acting fearlessly. Navy did splendid execution on flanks of enemy; city held In check and ab- soluto quiet prevails; InaugeuUi have Met i red good many Mauser rifles, a few field pleses and quick-firing guus with ammunition during last month. OTd. Later telegram soya everything was quiet i Conditions may mako a msten !m possible. He now deforces Flttflm mono must wait a year. Court lto.ui right. Webster City. la., Feb. 0. A pitched Iwttle occurred In Justice Smith's courtroom in Drew, Wright oounty. re suiting In two men, Chas. Halt and Fred Hatfield, bolng fatally wounded another shot through th arm and five others moro or less Injuted by blows of pokers, elubs and chairs. Difference over the location of n bridge had dl vlded tho townshlh neonle Into fac tions, the dispute Anally cultivating in a not. Tr.nty D.li.t., Washington, Feb. C Saturday was ntidtlier day of expansion, and oratory In tho senate hi tho opou session tho speakers woro Mr. Chilton of Toxas and Mr. Wolcntt of Colorado. Mr. Chilton mado a constitutional argu ment In favor of tho Vcct resolution, his principal objection to tho annex ation of the Philippines being that It would admit to this country both tho Filipinos and tholr products to como in competition with our own working- men und their products His propossd solution of the pending problem was the establishment or u republic in tho hlllppiuns, over which the United Statoa would oxerrlso sueh oaro as It gives the republic of Liberia. Mr. Wolcott In an eloquent, almost mpauttlonod, nppoal to the sonata for the ratification of tho troaty paid his tribute to tho successful conduct of the war to the peneo commissioners for thtlr successful efforts In behalf of tholr country. Sml tn tin Vurnlfil. Washington, Frb. I. Tho Inquiry or dered by tho house of representatives as to what mombors lind fortoltod tholr sentB by reason of accepting other of Hlces, ondod yestordny with a finding n i .. i . T ,,,l,."u ": v I by tho Judlolnry commltt.o thnt MnJ. doplh nnd cnpaclty as will be suniclont . ' ,.,, , ... for tho movement of ships of tho great est tonmigo nnd draft now In use, from point iifiir Groytowu, on tho Caribbean sea, via tjiko Nlcarugua to Urlto, on tho Pacific ocean; and biicIi buiii ns may bo necosiinry to nmko such pur chaso Is hcroby npproprlntcd out of Gen. Wheclor. n member from Aln- bnmn; Col. James R. Campboll of Il linois, Col. David G. Colson of Ken tucky nud Ma). Kdward Robblns of ry? . . s.a e. Pennsylvania had vacated their seats lu tho houso by accepting commissions In tho army. At the name tlmo tho rnmittltlnn ilfttftrntltiswl Hint nnnn nt Mia any money In tho treasury not other-; mombon) of Cf)ngrMfl aorvnff on c,v D.M.jr'i III.ihUIi, Wnshliigton, Fob. 0, Dewoy sent the following: Manila, Fob. C To tho secretary of tho navy, Washington: Insurgents here Inaugurated goncrul engagement last ovenlng, which was continued to day. Tho Atnorloan army nnd navy is generally successful. Insurgents have been driven back and our lino ad vanced. No oasuallletf to navy. DIJWKY. wlso appropriated Sec. 2. That when the president liaa secured tho territory In section 1, re ferred to, ho shall direct tho secretary of wur to oxcavntn and construct u commissions had thereby vacated their seats lu tho house. Gen. Whoelor was scon after tho finding was announced, but naked to bo oxousod from commenting on the CHiiai unu waiurwny irom a j.oiih oh . ji.i,,,, n- i, tt.n i ,m nntiirn nf n tho shoro of tho Caribbean sea near . ,,.,.,., nrooc.lllne. u .a..! umt Groytown by wny of Lake Nicaragua In (,61 Whcelor and his nssoolatos will a point nenr urlto. on tno i-noine lnkfl llo ftolIon for lll0 ,,ro.onL nB lho ocean Such oannl shall bo of sufficient fln,UllK of , cominltco u j.el to be capacity tnni u may uo useu uy vce-, OT(WC( upon ,,y lho ho1IBOt scls of tho largest tonnngo and great- Ontiln.t Sloellnc Washington, Ffb. C The verifica tion of the news that the Filipinos had altscked the Americana produced on Immediate conference between the president, the secretary of war nnd tho cabinet. The precMetit and hs advis ers discussed at length not only the ef fect of the attack on the situation from a miliary, but also a political ami In- teraatlonal standpoint. The first official news of tbe battle was received at the ihlie House at e:9l yesterday morning. cat depth now In use, and shall bo sup- pllod with all tho nccossary locks and other appliances to inert tho urccMl ties of vcssols passing from Greytown to Urlto, nnd tho secretary of war shall also construct such safe and commo dious harbors nt th, terminals of said canal nnd stirh fortifications for de fense us will bo required for tho con venience npd safety of ull vosuels de siring tho use of said canal See. 3. Thnt In mulling survey for snld eatuil nnd harbors tho secretary of war shall detail sueh number of en gineer ofllcors of tho army, navy and civil ns may bo necessary, nnd may re quire of them the performance of such profoeelonnt duties ns ho may doslro. Sec. 4. Thnt In the excavation nnd construction of said canal the San Juan river nnd I.nke Nlcougua i r bucIi parts of each as mny be made available shall he used, See. 6. Thnt In any negotiations with tho states of Cost Rlcn or Nicar agua tho president may have tho presi dent Is authorized to guarantee to said states the us of said canal nnd liar- bora upon such terms ns may be agreed Some London papers say the Manila attack was premeditated. The smallpox situation In Arkansas Is assuming alarming proportions. Gov. Jones by proclamation has called attention to It. In one elty It Is said men are aetually walking the streets with pustules on their faces. Word has been reoelved from the Japanese minister ut Washington In rof.rcnee td the four Japanese sailors who were left when the Tamba Neru ailed from (lalvecton, Tex. The In structions were to send them bask to Jana by way of Antwerp. Took .trtit. Turn. Washington, Feb. 4. Tho controver sy In tho senato over tho voto upon the various resolutions Interprotlvo of tho ponco treaty took nn acuto turn yesterday. Tho opposition to a voto first enmo from the friends of the treaty, who hold to the theory that It I could be ratified without compromise, i Thoso who apparently woro then Will ing that a voto should bo taken, held an opposite view and absolutely re fused to agree to a tlmo for taking n voto. Tho contest occurred In the oxcoullvo session nnd an hour and a quarter wan spent In n vain endeavor on the onu side to get an agreemont for a dato for a voto upon tho resolutions nnd on the other In a more suMecsful ef fort to bring the day's session to tt elodo without allowing anything to be accomplished In that direction f It.rllii.il to lllimu. It. Washington, Feb. 4. Gen. Mllea wss niLRtloncd last iiIkIiI regarding the rc- upon, for all yecls ownetl by suld ,wl 8laUranlM that he had denied stales or by e tlzens thereof. , ,, , . . Kc. 6. That the sum of $!15.0.(MO the accuracy of the Interview wnMrn ar so much as mar bo necoaaarr Is ' lujr uccf fHrnietwd to the army, which hereby appropriated out of any money in me treasury not ouierwisc appro priated for the completion of the work herein authorized, said money to be drawn from the treasury from time to time as the same shall be needed, upon warrants or the president, based on estimates made nnd verified by the chief engineer In charge of the work, and approved by the secretary of war. Ka.p tliiinUIn. New York promoters aro Interesting ivstern capitalists In a plan which con templates the formation of a gigantic combination to control the American soap qutptit. With $90,000,000 capital, er which $10,000,000 will be paid In stock and $60,000,000 common stoek. negotiations are pending :or amalga mation of all tho American factories In the United States. lixclteroent continues great In Col orado Spring mining exchange. wns published while on his recent visit to New York. He courteously declined to be drawn Into any dlscttcilen nf that or of other newspaper stnUmenUi appertaining to him. Gen. Miles In sisted that the question at Issue after all wan not ono of this or that Intor vlw. but whether bad fod was fur nished the army. lil.it at HjrJritiotiU. New York. Feb. 4. A dispatch from Patras, Greece, snya Colvlllo Ingate, American vice consul here, liaa died of hydrophobia. He was bitten two months ago but kept the matter secret. He refused treatment. He was mueh beloved and res pouted. Mr. Ingate was appointed vlee consul of the United States at Patras on November 24, 1S97. Ha was born In Mississippi, nut moved to Alabama wjiere he estab lished hh resident. Ho waa appoint cd Into the oensukr ssrvles frota tk Ulttr s'-aU.