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Clinch Valley News.
JAMES DP. KELLY,
FRIDAY, - - - MAY 27, 1887
THE PANDORA'S BOX.
The failure to effect o settlement of
the Virginia debt with the bondhold?
ers, on such terms as Would not'im~
pedo tho regular administration of
.the Stalo government, and meet tho
cordial approbation of the State, is
greatly to be deplored. * Bttt - that it
will, in any wise, impede the steady
and speed}' development of tho re?
sources of tho State and retard 'its
growth in poj ulation and wealth we
do not believe. Iho debt muddle bnB
sb far received littlo consideration
from the outside world, and capital
has coutiuued to flow in, in a con?
stant stream, for yenrs past, and will
do so in' tho future. It may continuo
to bo a hobby for politicians. About
this we have very little' concern:?
Prosperity haB come to stay, iu spite
We are truly glad the creditors
bare been brought face to face with
our Stato'B representatives. Tho
animus of the Shylocks, tbeir attack
upon tho State for providing for its
unfortunates, and for providing
against iguorauce, tho great enoiny of
republican government, will hare the
effect of solidifying all citizens in
measures of relief.
The initial conference between the
commission of English bondholders
and tho State's committee showed a
steady determination on the part of 11
tho creditors to have the last pound 11
of flesh; for iu their opening speech
they demanded that our asylums
should have their resources curtailed,
that our schools (the creature of nc
" ccssity for tho life of tho State)
should be nbolished, and the pittanco
i allowed the disabled soldiers of the
late war, to be withdrawn. This must
* all be done, that those who have
bought our bonds at a mero song,
shall "receive the uttermost farthing."
Throe more unreasonable roquirc
' moots could not have been conceived.
How those claiming to bo just nnd
honorable could insult the people of
a ' great cominonwenlth by such
course ib pnst comprehension. One
good result comes to us?we are now
assured no compromise of our debt]
. can be had, and that we nro left to
take all such steps ns tho life of the
? Stato requires. Patriotism and ob?
struction will carry us through.?
Meantime, our industrial growth and
prosperity are no way impeded. Our
minerals nnd metals will continue to
bring us new population and capital.
Wo will have tho ldng end of the
single-tree, when tho principal do
CHARTER FOiTa RAILROAD
A charter has been obtained for
the Danville and Seaboard railroad by
capitalists interested in the extension
of the Danville and New River rail
road to Southwest Virginia. It ib
probable that the line will bo built
from Danville to Henderson, N. C.,?[
there to connect with the Seaboard
and Roanoko road, thin giving a di
rept line to deep water.
IMPORTANT RAILROAD LINK.
An advertisement of the Norfolk'
& Western Railroad Company calls
attention to the fact that a contract
has been entered into between that
road.and the Louisville and Nashville
^Railroad Company under which aa
important line of new road will be
completed. The two companies wdl
build extensions from their existing
lines to a point of conneotion in Wise
county?the extension of tho Norfolk
and Western to pass through tho
Clinch Valley mineral region and be
known as the Clinch Valley division.
Thin division will run through n
couutry especially rich in coal and
admitting of mining laterals at al?
most every mile traversed. In addi?
tion to coal the Clinch Valley coun?
try contains vast deposits of iron and
manganese ores, marble, bairyteB, &c.,
and the road will be bordered by for?
ests of poplar, oak, nnd other woods.
It is proposed to build and equip the
Clinch Valley division in (he most
thorough manner. The financial
scheme necessary to do this is clearly
set forth and would seem to offer an
opportunity for good investments.?
The Ultimata of the Reup*otivk
Committees. Tbk Closing P?o
positions MaDZ on EACH SlDK.
Below we republish the closing
propo8ilioua that were made on each
side by the dobt conference before
tbey "agreed to disagree'' in order
that our readers ni.iy see for them?
selves the; differences which separate
them; The proposition of the bond?
holders, figured out in detail, shows
a total principal of $32,2OS,QO0, upon
which the aunual interest would be
$934,083.50, The proposition of the
State Committee mado out a total
priucip d of $24,227,700, upon which
the annual interest would bo $703,
Following is tho text of the last
proposition submitted by Messrs.
Thornton and Braithwaito:
Tho following is the minimum pro?
posal: Three per cent, on G's and'2^
on 10 40's, tax-receivable coupons iu
arrears to bo paid in cash at 50 cents
to tho extent of the State's resources;
balance funded in 3 per cent, bouds
at 75c, Riddloborger torms,; with, no
forfeiture of interest for unsocurcd
debt.' 'Futdre increase of interest
[contemplated on previous proposal]
to bo applied for drawings of 3 per
cents, at 75 and 2? poir conts. at 63.
Less than this the bondholders would
certainly reject. [If this proposal in
declined] formally withdraw Sepifni
ber resolution and claim full rights
of G's and 10 40s as established by
The Inst. proposition of tho conunUsIon
tabulated from tho proceeding memoran?
Consols . $14,230,000
Coupons and inter?
est on cousola nnd
Leas .5 percent.... 1.106,000
Ten-forties . 7,390,000
Other securities to
bo funded in 1. id -
bands of public
and litcrnry fund 4,320,000
[nterost on $24,094,450 at 3
por cent. $749,833-50
Interest on $7,390,000 at 2$
per cont. 184,750.00
This subcommittee, representing!
he committee, on the part of the |
State of Virginia, was directed by
snid committee to advise you gentle
men, representing the Council of
Foreign Bondholders, that it cannct
recommend to the General Assembly
if Virginia the acceptance of your
proposition as contained in your
communication and memorandum of
to-day. Indeed, it is the sense of
the joint, committee that it is useless
to report the porposition?because :
First Taking the indebtedness of
the State, inclusive of. tho bonds held
by schools and colleges, and exclusive
of the bonds held by State other than :
the Literary Fund, and after deduct?
ing two thirds, Virginia's portion of
the debt due the United States, we
find, by, applying figures to your
proposition, that the whole debt of
Virginia for which we would have to
provide interest anually in round
numbers to bo the sum of $32,000,000;
the annual interest upon which, at
the rates you name, would equal the
sum of $925,000. We see no way
by which the State, in her im
povcrlshed condition, can pay such
a large annual interest. To attempt
to do so would be worse than folly.
In the first place, it wosld require an
an increase of taxes or n reduction of
the nmunt (constitutional minimum)
which the State now supplies for the
maintenance of ? her free schools.
The committee can do neither; but|
permit us to say that if we felt
inclinod, a settlement requiring tho
increase of the one or tho rejected by
the people. In the second place, -if
we neither increased taxes nor reduc?
ed our appropriations to free schools,
there would almost immediately be a
default of the payment of the interest
agreed upon; and let us remind you.
that these defaults?i. c., the State's
inability to meet her nnually-accru
ing interest-have been the cause of all
legislation hostile to her creditors.
Second. We fall to see how you
reduce the principal of the debt to
$23,000,000. It is true you offer to al?
low the State to redeem"some of her
obligations at an amount less than
their face value, but after this reduc?
tion by no calculation can we reduce
the principal below $26,000,000 or
thereabouts. We have conscientiously
given you what we honestly believe
to be our annual revenues applicable
to tho payment of interest on our
public debt, and. again express nn
earnest desire to make a settlement
within our resources, and beg to snb
mit the following as an evidence of
I, and II, On yonr first two
propositions the Joint committee con?
sented to the rate of interest therein
named, to-wit: 3 per cent, on consol
bonds, and 21/. per cent on 10-40
I bonds, on a principal fixed in the
fourth proposition of the memoran?
III. As to the third proposition/
the committcc could not see their way
clear to accept tho fundlug of .past
due coupons nc therein suggested,
and resolved to oiler in its place that
$500,000 in cash bo set aside to re?
deem past due cupons, at the rate,
of 60 cents on the dollar, as soon as
that sum can be realized from' reve?
nues or other sources, and that all
coupons maturing up to and includ?
ing July 1, 1887, be redeemed at 60
cents on the dollar, or funded into
Riddlebcrgcr bonds at the rate of 50
cents on the dollar, at the pleasure of
'IV. That tho principal of the con
sol bonds be reduced immediately to
75 cents on the dollar; and thnt of the
1.0 -id's to 62 cents oil tho dollar; that
such reduced principal of tho consols
bear interest from July 1,1887, at the
rate of 3 per cent, per- annum, and -
that of the 10-40* s at the rate of 2J
per cent, per annum, and that tho 1
same shall be evidenced by stamping '
in plain characters*^ V?irf * reduced
amounts on "the bond? arid' coupons
respectively, as they now exist.;' Hiii
V. There will he no dffflcultyr in. t
arranging the sinking fund a suggest
ed by you.
VI. That all other outstanding -
bonds be funded under the Riddle?
bergcr bill, including interest from
1887, at fifty cents on the dollar.
Vit. That the bonds held by the
Sinking Fiind Commissioners cither
be cancelled or exchanged for the
bonds to be ' funded under this
agreement in Riddlebergcr bonds.
Vllf.' This settlement, by our
calculation, barely brings our debt
within our revenues available for the
payment of annual interest ascer?
tained by the closest collection of
taxes and the most economical ad
ministration of our Government. We
ire satisfied that a settlement made
ipon a basis that would not come
rrithin these conditions could not be
carried through the Legislature or
-atifled by the people of this State
The details for carrying into effect a
lettlcmcnt upon this basis will be
mbject of recognition between us.
We will thank you to furnish us
i reply as early as possible.
J. H. ?.FiaoATT,
' H. H. DowninqV
Tho girl leaned against the tall
rate post, and looked down the street.
5hc did not answer but seemed to be
thinking, and the tears glistened in
iier eyes. Sho was a very beautiful
girl. Beauty makes its appearance
in some women's lives like a buoy on
the water. They catch sight of it,
some abreast of it, and then leave it
behind. It is not a flower of slow
growth, but opens suddenly upon
them and then fades forever. Mar
'?aret had been a homely child, with
large irregulnr features. A good
observer might sec that she would
not be a permanently beautiful
woman?"fine looking." even '-hand
Borne" would, perhaps, however apply
for some years. But now she bad
caught up with the beauty, as it were.
It rested upon her, witli her, with as
palpable a glory as the late afternoon
sunshine in which she stood.?Jteafie
Chandler, hi 2'he American Maga?
A CALL FOR TWENTY MILL?
Secretary Fairchild has issued a
bond.call for all the remaining three,
per cent, bonds, $19,759,00P,making:
them payable July 1st. lie will also,
revoke his orders making uncalled
bonds redeemable before that date.
,\\y this,.action\the_Secretary. secures
the' redemption of nearly twenty,
millions of bonds aftej ^ne,opening of
the new fiscal year, andrMjrcdited to;
the sinking fund for that year." The;
sinking fund law requires that the Sec?
retary should r,edeern^i35j?b?.<>0(>-of
bonds during the next fiscal yean
According to the latest figures pre?
sented by the various - religious de?
nominations of the country, as to
their respective membership and be?
liefs, it appears that tho Methodistq
take tho lead with ?17,302 churches,
29,403 ministers, and 4,532,658 com?
municants. The Baptists come next,
with 40,8-17 churches,. 29,889 minis
tors, aud 3,729,207 communicants.
Then tho Presbyterians,: with 12,868
churches, 9,429 ministers, and 1,052,
436 communicants. The Lutherans
have 7,573 churches, 3,990 ministers,
and 930,830 communicants. The
Episcopalians 4,524 churches, 3,865
ministers, and 460,531 communicants:!
The Roman Catholics have 6,910
churches, 7,658 ministers, and 7,000,
It would thus appear that the
Catholics have by far' the largest
number of communicants over any of
'?;? ALKALI 8ISKS ???SOBIBED.: ?
Trenetierot? Spot* on the (irren PraJrl?
Iu Wir ich ImH-n Ar* SuJuetlntaa Loat.
'-.? It Is auawfulslgbt to Booamon drown,
but with foresight and ?klll no man noo i
to drbwn. Fuucy a sei* in which there la
no swimming,.-and a sea, into which you
may pluiigu unaware
A man is U ping over the green prairie,
looking out from qnder his broad som?
brero at the lazy cattlo an I tho pralrlo
do.s playing in the sun. Suddenly th ro
is a sound like a giant's throat swallow?
ing a chpklng.snout of terror. The
pralrlo doge! run: into tbolr holes, and a
moment later come out cautiously and
.'Iba toll, rocd-Uko gross U waving
where the horse and rider were just now.
The antelope "on ttie crest of the divido
yonder -look, around thorn watchfully.
B.it there Is nothing to fear?no man La
tie U going:,to town,- that rider, with
the wages of a hard wlntor's work in his
pocket, riding his favorite broncho,
dressed In-the buckskins he had fringed
in the wlntor'evenings, re idy to show the
foolish gins how bravo ho looked-in hU
rudo attire.., Wbero la ho now?ho and
hla hor-o?" In a giave of slimy, sh.ver
lng nimWfllkallpaste bluo witli a minlo
le->o tint.of .putild doatli, has llllod iilrr:
tl.r?ut?co've Vfd hla eyos before ho oould_
CO*.! till! lf'iS."' . ?'?'
What. dots.this meo.n?this hideous
frcakr'b'f' iihthro^-some work of a dovli
?Mdo.wod.wittr'.a.moment's powor? No';
only an nl .all sink; only a natural wall,
filled with pitsto as yielding as water?
re-ten li Vu h*-tt ?de 1. pur if.
l'iuuuo to-jjoursolf^Uio surface setting^
.paek'.tv he noi3uav<iuibtudbVw*ith an in-'
dcscrlbal/le gulp, n.glioul-liko smacking
of graVu'flp-A gnlvo that supplies lt
.soli wlt-|Miea<lr-ii..grayo .that buries, bo
forp It k^(7s.?au l unit la bio, bottomless
^grilvo,- set'-llkdnr-'tVap for tho living. ;._
} 7'ho. ninfcholo is not always covered
with grass! Sometimes It hus u caked
and senmed crust of bluish White ul>all
on the top.of It. .Butoven thau ls a poor
eafeguofa.V'for tho long groen grit s'
around it-will bide It from thoridor un?
til it is to.9 Into to avol l It.
The' tenacity of this pas to of mud Is
sornothing feiercdlblo. 1 iiavonovur seen
a man caught-In a sink-hole, but I have
seen a man* rldo to tho od jo of one, dis?
cover It too -lulu to turn Ids horse, and
shaking hlmsolf looso In thosaddle vault'
over ilm. born, pommol, when tho pony.
w'a> caugii'C, striking tho ground beyond
tho sink-hole-' ? Tiiore were twenty niori
thy re,, and- before tho horso hud Hunk far
l hero ' it Orb halt a dozen ropos fast to
him! h::--. '' '
Half a .dosen strong ponies.can pull
almdst ally-.hing, but they could not pull
that ho!?e.-baek from tho gravo that was
c.using, over him. There is a sirunge
sueuon'acbui this alkali?It holds ail It
grasps-with a horribly pertinacity.?f. an
Fruiiui.co Iugiesldo. ^
A No* Tork Fifth aveauo bollo went
to tho .theatre.- On returning homo after
tho performance 6hb dlscov. red that her
br la tpln, which was qu to valuable, mid
beou SLOieui... Sho wus vory sorry, for tho
bri-oslp.n was a present.
- A fow days afterwards tho young lady
ro?vl>cd tue lollow ng loiter:
" Tho' wfltor of thoso lines has tho
ho..or t j inform you that b* knows whero
your b.ea^iiun is, and will return It
cheerfully4 ? a.or certain conditions.
"loo not expect to ro. elvo u reward
In inonuy, slues I rvgutd it, fas excood
ingly vulgar to nccopt money from a
lady whdiii 1 Idolize ns much i do you..
On tho ot|tf!r hand it would bo vory stu?
pid in mo to return your breustpln with
out getting'eonio equivalent.
" 'Ta.ki.iig-.Into consideration my Coh
mim.ng lovo for you, I'll return the miss
bag ornament fo'rsl tingle kiss from your
v To-iuorsow morning I will bo nt the
corner .of IJndlson avomioand C6th street
with the 'ml?blug jowolry. If you are
willing to pay my price, I will, after
pressing a kiss on tho aforesaid Hps,
prose tho breastpin in your hand. No
questions askod.?(Signed)?One of your
The young lady did not know what to
do. Shu wanted to got hor breastpin
back, but mio did not earn to pay the
&rice. Sho hit upon tho idea of se?ding
or serva t girl In tier place.
Tho servant girl put in an appoaranco
- at the appo hte 1 hour and placo. She
was heavily veiled.
A woil-dressod gentleman approaohod
" Do you.aocopt tho terms?"
The stranger familiarly ombracod her
on tho European plan, and simultane?
ously imprinted a largo throe by seven
kiss on hor .mouth, that Oiuscd the po?
liceman on the corner to start. He
thought It was u pistol shot.
'?fiero Is - what I promised," ho re?
marked after the formal.ty had boon
complied w.th, " but," lie added, "you
will find It,like tho kiss?not quit* what
It was represented to bo, ns you are only
tho servant, not tho iu stress," handing
her something wrappod up in paper.
After he had retired, which ho did Im?
mediately, the servant examined tho pa?
per and found that It contained only a
small piece of wood.
"Beavan lie* about Hi In Oar In fanny."
What a beautiful and loving doluslon
it la 1?the. tiolief which all "'mothers or
fathers out er tain that there Is eomothlng
so' very extraordinary about their own
baby, a* to distinguish It from every
Alth'oo'gh, whon I como to think of it
? more avt?nUvely, I am not so sure that
, it is a doluslon, after all, It may bo
'?that; Instead 6t having hoodwinked and
nblluded"iusAto.the Imperfections of our
Swn eh'lldrun, our Father. tahd tholr
other, hiCfJ'bti't'lorit- & iioW Boonhoss to
.our vision, has. .buf btuihed away the
cobwoba .and 'dust that blinded us, no
'trial wo"oun Sab more trdly^-ri'nbl" deeply
Ulib .thtOtliUrjon beauty and iuystory
iiicli Jifahas., eaab iuumw each of His
I >?'\'oii know- -rrhnt Emerson says, that
." InfancyIb the- perpetual Mossb.h which
comes to tho'arms of fallen men, and.
.pleads with thorn to rot urn to.Paradlsb."
And thoro Is a beautiful saying of Old
jonlt -Paul, Of which 1 often think: "The.
smallest children," ho says, "are-near-'
cist God, as tho smallest planots are
'nearest the sun."
And ft it be so, it Is no wonder that,
we should tool bushod and awed and
thrilled; as - wo .sometime.-] do, in the
presence of a little child.
The Caen or Education.
Osp morning this week tho son of a
prominent Esteltlno man arrived at
school about a half hour Into.
".Soo here," said tho teacher with con?
siderable emphasis, " you're tardy
just tidity minutes. Havo you an
?'Why. yes, sir, you-or?you know
some fellsrs was having a little horse
race down at. the track, and I went down
- " Been to1 at horso race, have you?
. come hero, sir I" and he grasped the boy
by tho cellar.
?? W-W:W-y, I-I t-thought you wouldn't
earo," blubbered tho youngster, " If I
only stayed just a tow minutes 1"
"Thought I wouldn't care?well; I'll
show you. . Why didn't you come up
and lot. rao know about the raco and I
would have dismissed school so wa all
could have seen It? I'll teach yoa to
remember next time whon there Is a
chance fi.r.tho scholars to Improve.their
minds I'l nnd ho reached for a two-foot
rulo.-lEstellino Bell. r? ^
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Iff SO Aroli Street, i. liilaa'a. Fit,
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