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   Lima Democratic Times, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1886, Lima, Ohio                               VLUME VII. LIMA, OHIO, OCTOBER 30, ,880 NUMBER 49 THE STATUE. ENLIGHTEN- tNO THE WORLD" la CU) lit I em ,i u. I I Uwy present to btr to proclaim j uncut, aud of Uw at liberty tfcat bad j that she has frown tor liberty. An English inspired MM! maay otaar of his historian, Olxon, regarded youj a> an boru not of yonr toil, but iu of "Whatever may Mr. UixutiV yplnli.u, yuur Uw thoroughly American. I am proud to tw.ify also tbat Dud in it a trace if Kreucti origin. Hit a fur A TERRIBLE HOLOCAUST. of our In- CsntrapuMic. Hsiwrtesfsd tbe Mrtory of I our coon with Lafayette and during UK nvolutiau. aud for many yean after, until tbe death of tbat gallant aon of orator of ttw great of PERSONS AHE LITERALLY ROASTED TO DEATH. uw Co thus witii ojwii heart ami to j Democracy and said 'American liberty tiai I tbat my words arc trauurud an those >i( it txsrn for n century a friend, Bonn, gentlemen. we find j teaching and by to celebrate another j of :tt example, Italians ex- peaceful couquwt. I "Adieu, uutil meet again at Panama, where the Nurtb American dag of thirty- eight stars frill wave by the side llie ben- pelwd petty aud arbitrary princelings, and united under a parliamentary govern- nient: ftoomy despotism of Spain been dispelled by representatives of (tates, forming iu tbe new world fur tbe ad- viuceiiumt of bumanity, tbe peaceful and LIBERTY'S ftutilw of tbs Franco- Latin aud tbe To tbow who .-limbed tbe dark stircase ta Anglo-Saxon races." beau tea glorv of the eminent position i had finished bis and the impression of danger I sireM 'here loud cries for BartbolUi. from the perceptible swaying of iiumensi WB" forward aud bowud and waved structure as Uw storm beat agaiiut it i to audiuuce, and wbeu tbe only rewards vouchsafed, it U i upon a tpsecu front num of tbe independent KouUi Amcncuu iwople and a free press; great that tbey could look down through the corona ou Liberty's bead aud peoplo tbau tbey ever beheld them. Krom thiii position an tablet held iu the statue's left band were visible, aad could plainly read July IV. MDCCLXXV1, ia relief. Then is one piece of copper to be put on yet. and tbat a large piece of heel of Liberty's slipper, left off ten race demonstrated their power fur em j pire and tbelr ability to govern themselves." speaker said that Uw of Bar i tboldl bad given majestic form aud expiet I siou to Uw idea conceived by grand men I whose eloquent and powerful vympii- j tbies were with tit of Mr. gracefully finished bis remarks by alluding to Uw symbolism of Uw statue. {He brought Uw idea of Uw auciente repre- Bartboldi nothing to say, so there u no seating gods and goddesses in colossal statu- uiw of talking about it; aud announced Sen- ary, and in late times figures of noble men, but none compared with this. Tbe grandest result of science, invention and industrial abruptly cried out, -ilr. ator Evarts, who presented tbe statue in tbe naiiwof American committee to tbe president of the United When Mr. Evarts had delivered about two- progroa, tbat riaei to heaven to illustrate as idea which nerved ail tee men tbat ever LIHKTT rmt -'Mherty right, up Nin Yonk, Oct It attiniatod that fully a luiiliun of took part in tbe of tbe BarUiekti Status of Lib- erty. tbe mud. th' MM! diamiu.'ort oo appreciable fctpublk- gottiuiiasui. of and ufually traad at muming carrying dinkar pail> anJ lunch early asiir. witu tbe that tbrir attfre. A cligbt fog bung over city ub- iu a ineaaurr, tlalxirala of buildings wttb which city bad been beautited. Fresch awl Awrricau flags front and windows in r uoo, and a general holiday was piaintaid by uovinif of swjl-lierr., inil- ttia, civic orga-iifatioui and by of {Htratie. moved out ni 9 it'oleck, aS.OM and inc.'i "i'lic of the column the v nt boon. Considering the festive o: decorations upun bousaa a'.oog lino ol utarch was Tbe military aud civic two hours in panaUig a pi.iut, and of it did not reach tba battery until alter 'J o'clock. After reacuiug Uttu-ry. nearly military aa-i civic rouiixiuini uiadn :lmr way homeward. navel paradr. n 1 U formvJ anotbtr marked leaure of Uay, wa> set for jcJnck. of gun whiek ahatOd end M p m.. was stot heard oatil 1 o'ctjck. and tbera dalay ia getting te take part into line. Twenty Sater UK signal for start aad tbn veawls mured slowly iu double line PartV-ttftfc street, Jonu the N'ortli nver. pasted fleet of war naneU, toward Libarsy Island. Tbis ws. iu of Liaut. Commander llicb aud con nstaj af two diriaious. limt (Urisjon was beaded by tbe United anrvvy steamer and couiixtvd of all tbe largM- TetseU' wconil of snj miscellaaaous craft of all of Bartboldi, which was tbe occasion uf ------.v. w i loud chews. afford some light to of he statue Tms mistaken c-n tbe part of (how wbo To south of statue at of lmd fhluW for conclusion of the address Uw pedestal, was a platform large enough tn j "hf" tlw accbniiuodate the two thousand thai had been invited, and against peJeital facing assemblage was a .stage for speakers This was tastefully decorated with Uw of and America, and in the leasly took bis teat The galvo was continue! without cessation tor fuily twenty minutes. When this eased and Uilmore's baud had played the Marseillaise hymn, Yankee Doodle and the .Star Spangled Banner, President Cleveland thirds of bis address he mentioned the name j fought for freedom. orator concluded in then words: "I devoutly believe tbat from tbe unseen and cue unknown two great rauls bave to participate in this celebration. The faith in which they riled fulfilled the (-niise for which tbey batUecl triumphant, tb- people tbey loved in the full enjoyment of rights for which tbey labored, and fought, and tuf- labored, spirit voic canter, above the hung a shield bearing the name "A. at tbe top, and word "Liberty" in tbe middle. bland was guarded by -JOO police offl. oan under Capt. Ciincbay, who, with de- tachment of tbe under Col. Miller, commanding tiie barracks on island, ren- dered during the day in pre- venting confusion aud preserving order. At about half past din of whistles and firing of cannon announced the arrival of the Fmch guesto, aud soon M. ac- companied by his daughter and Vjas. Bar tboldi. followed by the other distinguished visitors, mouutad on the platform. They by the American committee who them to seats arranged for them di- rectly in front of stand. MM. Bartboldi, Leawps, and Admi- ral were conducted to Uw stand. While waiting for UM presidential party, GilinoiVn band ptayed national ain, atui made tbe waiting in rain as pleasant as ponible. Tbe scene on platform was a curious one. Umbrellas atecured for saoet part {acos of audience, and prominent thought was to protect one's and some- tliii wait done at expense of his neighbor. After a half of waiting, a deafening din of whiatlu. booming of cannon, ringing of tnd of people teat that Prmidvnt Cleveland and party Hearing thr uland 'ordingly the flag was withdrawn from the I'flce of the statue. This was tbe Kignal tt> the steamm and batteries, ami they imme- diately began a mighty salvo of cannonading fered. The spirit voices of Washington and and whittling amid which Mr. Evarb Lafayette join in Uw glad acclaim of France and United States to Liberty Coligbten- :iiK Work'." When Mr. Jlepew had finished his oration, the doxology was sung by all, standing, aftel which Bishop Potter pronounced Uw bene- diction. Tbn assemblage which had na- I tienUy sat in rain during long exer- cisat, spesi to Uw boats. With exception of tba president and his party i and Uw French delegates, no order of j barkatiott was observed, ami "high and low, rich and poor, with madattwir of affection and consideration of people individual efforts to reach Uw city. of the kinsphii; of re- i which both falling darkness and tbe to front and said: CHAIKUAX FELLOW-CITIZENS: The people of the United States accept with gratitude from their brethren of KieiK-U republic tbe grand and completed -.vcrk af art WK Lerv inaugurate. This token A resrfa! Wfwah ea ttw Past Hsllrsai la slevtvw Ytew .dhl MILWAUKCK, Wis., Oct Wis., special to Uw Milwaukee Journal asys that soon after midnight the west bound lim- ited train was ditched at Uw East Rio siding, a small station about thirteen east of Uiis city, ou tlw uu.in of Chicago, Milwaukee Kt. raul railroad. were two Bidetracks, aad at time Uw train nsmed was dun there, both occupied by freight trains, by a wild train and tbe other by train No. 14. which had just pulled in from west to allow the limited to pass. Train No. 14 was very long and Uw con- ductor wat at head of the train, relying upoto tbe rear brakemau to attend to Uw switch. One report says tbat rear brakemaii whose business it was to Uw switch rifter the train, for some reason neglected altogether to do so. other and more probable story is that he started back to close switch, but before could reach it the i-niiwd, which not stop at any except places, came flying down tbe grade at the r t'oittij miles an hour, and left tbe track at open switch. Tbe siding in a cut. wbers road curves HO tbat a switch light cannot be seen from tbe east until witUio A rods of it. Tbe engineer of limited conld not see tbe switch light tui neJ wrong until too late to stop. engine left tbe track, ran a short dis- tance, brought up against Un side of the cut, toppling over. The baggage car and two regular coaches followed, while the four kept the rails. engine apd cars kiasphiit and convoys to us that in our efforts to commend to mankind the of a goverufuont resting upon pop- ular will, still bave beyond tbe American continent a steadfast ally. not here to-day to bow before tlie representation of a fierce and warlike (itxl tilled with.wratch and vengeance, but joyously coataasplste ioiUad our own deity, keeping watch and ward before tbr gates of America, and greater than a) I that have been celebrated in ancient song. that went off totally smashed, and soon took fire from tbe Engineer Little and Fireman Egan both of this city, crawled out from under the locomotive badly bruised and scolded. AH the passengers in Uw sleepers got out unin- jured except being bruised, but in one- day coach thirteen were pinned in and liter- ally burned to death. Many were injured by a severe shaking up. The whole train, excepting one sleeper. THE NEGRO'S BLACKNESS. tor Cater Ai- Fucllstg Tliii qutjghm pusclad mil the pbya- who given it any aoKHi of tboufbt Not only human black or dark in hot cUnutca, but other resembling mnnali vary in lilu mi ner. Pigs an (ao far I have men) in- variably black in hot climated. Blumen badi included variation among the resemblances of to ouwelves. If we expoee two murfacoi aimilar iu all re- specU but color to glare- of the tun, the black the hotter and other colora graduate according to their de- grees of darkness ou to white, which is the least heated. Franklin's celebrated experiment of placing of different j colored cloth on the mow while tbe ran I was sluinng and observing the depth to I which they respectively sunk in the I snow illustrates this very strikingly. According to this a black akin should be specially unfit for enduring tbe fierce ra- diation of the tropical sun. Many specu- lations, some rather far-fetched and pedantic, have been offered to acooant for this apparent paradox; but tbe only satisfactory one I have met with was suggested lately bj a correspondent to Nature. He states good reasons for be- lieving Uiat the penetration of light through the skin to the internal of the body is injurious, and he further suggests that such penetration may oc- cur to a considerable extent unless special provision is made against it One of my schoolboy experiments was to shut my- self up in a windowleaB storeroom, the side of which was freely exposed to the falling mist rendered invisible to Uw throngs of bome-saekara. national salute wax Uw (teamen j which they were unable to unconple and as usual joining ia and swelling Uw general! draw away, was burned up. uproar. island was quickly depopulated I except the few left on guard. display of lire-works and lighting of ttw bring postponed OB account of rain, and swatt- j bead Liberty was left alone, withjber torch high uplifted in air. aud bar bent to- ward Uw land of her birth. After the ceremonies of dedication concluded the president took evening Instead of grasping in her band thunderbolts B of terror and of death she hold aloft tbe j train back to Washington, escorted to the j bich tb" way to tnad'n Pennsylvania depot by soma of Uw Anwri- i yi lijfht i Superintendent W. G. Collins was Ou the bound ussmuger train So. 2, which was waiting at a station a few this of Uw wrack for Uw limited and was soon on scone. A wrecking train with surgaons want from tbis city and did all passible to alleviate tbe sufferings and save life. No. 2 was to back np to this city aud go to Milwaukee on Northwestern 'isiun, via Horicon, Beaver Dam and Fox frauchisement. We will not forget tbat Liberty made her home; nor shall ber chosen altar neglected. Willing votaries will constantly keep alive its and these nliall gleam upon the shores of our suiter re- public tu the east. Reflected thence and j invited also. joined with aiwiverin; rays, a stream of i The which unveiled yesterday As the cutter Dmpatcb, with president shall pierce the darknaat of ignorance i entitled "Liberty Enlightening Uw World." on board, uade way through harbor, ow-rwion until Liberty en name was bestowed upon it by M. Bar- Uw yards of all men-of-war were man lightens th. world." tboldL Tbe aimed at was symbol- nad. aad tbe pnavteotial salute of twenty-one M. minister et was givan. In a tew Presi- j .xtraordmare, repreasntetiv. in lv dent (-levelaud, accompanied by Scbo- hM of uw republic of France, was then iu- can committee. I The route has been used by JL Bartholdi and tbe French guests were i all day the wreck it oat yet dearad. at night by Uw chamber of j Conductor Harker of Uw freight was so at Tbirdinner party badly demoralised by Uw accident. Uw re- waa a one, members of Uw praas being upottsibility of which on bis crew, and I OB bimtelf, tbat took to Uw in dispair. waving hit train. has always field. Maj ('en. lianks and Ixiverett Haiton stall. ofMi-iaiiy repnatutaiK UassacbuM-tU, Judgo Hall, iloar and Book- stover awl prwweded to amid tlw nf the which re maiued their to the Of., .ScboIiclJ i-atne to tbe of the statui and his hand to stop Uw whist- hng, wbicb was from all troduced by M. Kaivr- uiade a short adilroa, in which eitolie-i generiMity of American people, an 1 expressed tbe bope tbat tlw same unanimity of feeling tbat Iwd existed between tbe two nations for the. last ceutury would con- ;uu- to guide and direct tbeir connection in he future. band tbcin rendered choicv then announce-) from which tbe fol- lowing ie extracted: in the barbur. but attempt to i Hon. Cbauucey M. Oepew, wlw delivered th-.- begin ce.-vmoniiM waa futile, and for fully longer aouy demon- was kept up. Su.rrat. buwcver. begaii his prayer in midst of it all. and by the time be tlnisbocl tbe salvu hail ceawd. Dr. St-irrt-s prayed fur prosperity upon present oiuipauy, and tbat "f unveniug mlgfat bave (folS He k-are thaniu for tbv kjndiy alfectiou great and a.-.a-l that murbt make a iue of the 'x: -m- siou: tbat tbe of tbe rltment-. or oe- i itroying eartliquake wouM i-eaacr this i great work fuUw. and that we might ad- in Uw and sciences He for i procperity for offlrurs of tbe two nations and that whatever wa> icuwi ia iuitory might j continue Tba preacher ended onli tba lord's prayer, in h tbe wbo spoke in Freocb. FAGIATT. a bvantfid sight Hudson. rwh- ing Islaad. they of balow Island, vhen UMB and Uwy aoie abtwast nf ttatoe head oa ttw tawy issisliirt at ttatu sad efUw at Uwt point. A cap wft dirertJy abreast of flag Taauasssi to Uw of Uw aarty. Bedloe. Wand wa. one that Uwjara all dasci IsMloo: oiwUsmt is v dawM ia all sssH kwtory.aad wa may al.-u.xj say ttwt it is avw wtuchin srobal.ihn .i: he maMrswrWd lafatare wltb ssttssag eraft. aasal tesp t to ami fro oc crranU aw Importaooa. Uw vtlent, farms war IUM-HT la a ataalrirrk. to ewstb a! aw ad sferaaswk Tsatls. aal 1-a.tor. all iiatioo of ttw progress of civilization and growth of freedom as expressed in Uw Re- publican form of government It was alone meant to perpetuate the friendship of tbe. French and American nations, begau ia rev- olutionary when this -wintry was j struggling to throw ulT tbe English yoke. Its entire cost was about J700.1X.KI. Tbe statue tnsde of of cop- per. bammered into shape by hand. They are held together an iron framework inside. It tbe statue in Uw world, j following are its dimensions: i Ft In j Height from base to ;S1 i of to torch 393 j f to top of ill t I lyacth of hand 16 Index flnjrer S at j.'int 7 6 .if finrr-r in. Head from chin to K :J Heat! from i-jr M car 10 aiT.wi the I length of now 4 arm. le.-ijjtli 44 Kight arm. crent.-.st r.' Thickness of waist J, WMUi of nioul U S Tablet, length idth u labet. thk-kiK-w ______ t Dimmtsions of pedestal: Height of JJU 8 (iiore xnles at aacli 6i emx-h nrld. in TlK- lltl'KW. "We tbis to tbe nf natiom and tbe the I spirit of liberty all rac won It in all i same and The full j jxtwer of and pro.-r iii- i fltience cannot be r-arhed natii i arniiea are disbanded and putes KMtlel by lawful and Ih. uf Tbm tbe every nation. from and I from thr burden aad Hunan great ann-- ments can calmly an-i j mote Uwir own an I "The -atue ctmij'lesetf. Cxsobrr Tbe statae or t-me. The poan.U Forty persons ran stand comfortably in j tlw hasd aad Uw tor-b will hold twain' dispair. waving hit train. has always been a most ranfal sjsd man, and was much trusted by bompany. The latest psrtirulara an tbat Uw day coach awataioed nxtwani of twtttty pssssn- gcra. Whea the open twitch was struck and Uw shock the momentum of tbe swep- ers in Uw rear of tix> day coach so great that Uw latter broke in two diractiy in uw center, rearing up and forming an inverted V. day car then blazed up with Bra, and the cries aad struggles of dying inside were indescribable. Among Uw HU.IM Mrs. Rosina Johns, Soberer, her Daughter-in-law, and Uw two little children, of Winona. Tbe two women, especially Uw mother, aucoesdad by almost superhuman efforta, in iwh-ig the little ones through a window to Uw out- side, and then they periahedm Uw k.ving motbar .acriflcad her lif. for ber children. mail car was ia charge of John Beaks, of Plaiaflald, Wis., and mwL All Uwst with injuries of a monor Itstssiiuut nature. Tbey succeeded in saving moat of Uw valuable mail matter. Sixty bags of newspapers were destroyed, but most of UK letter bags were saved. two Scherer children, of Winooa, an only in Uw day car known to bave been saved. ..The rest not only all par Ubed but most of Uwm will perhaps twvar bt indantilwd. It is regarded one of Uw most railroad disasters that ever occurred in the northwest. Amoaf. the known victtsns an: Mn Hasina Jobw, Wiaoaa: Mrs. Scherer, Wiuona; Louis Brinter, Columbus; Emil Waltersdorff, Coinmbua. A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. M said -I emteodsd by tbe o? great Amsricaa A ntea has icvairnd creation tj of X I Jbprty: it equally tbov rmved aad wbn bare their ap- by it Ubsrty Kn JixbtMiittg bpscnn riiUni; at Uw of fn> Amerira. SetUag foot on mtn will rucngaiafi hav. a land where indirtlaaJity r in .lh i Tbe at i total number of in Uw temporarv staircase, which wads frasn Uw o  Uw nnnda A WMiils-ht Aasaasla. Haroiil-m. a Ucian anil poll. county, I ami ail lar hv are tnsyte iwn aad by 1i  nderate master carries a pot out to his pet. and then tbe neglected brutes Mt up such a melancholy ing and gnashing of teeth so as to give you an idea of what an American dog- pound is when business is Alfred TrnmMe in New York News. MENTION. W. M. Daatui. basUwr at Uaossa, 1ft, sssl falwd for Bsght ft aear Klat Rook, Ky. Mayor CSsrtar swt to nsliisjn. L. Barclay, niMwi sraswarsr Laura) towachip, Cwrmonteosjaty, Osso.swi tornad up in Cincinnati Oan. W. a HbaUoc, at Clnrints.il. to osptedtbeooBimlMiomnh.fi sf wastera Pasasuger 1 I'atton, living was sooldad for goiag HtfT t uigfat, and attempted snieMe Hoadaf. winners w Uw club meeting ywtanlajr MM Oawai Iktjr, A, Anna Woodoook, Guy. At Uw National Jootoy Cnib Waabiugtoa. firror, Edgeaekl, Barnom an. ;1 I j; Cincinnati irtu of Mayers, TiliiMi a Co.. notion deawrs, abilities, asasts, No have yet bate of f. Weaver, Uw youas; tarmsi psarad wsaks ago from bis 1 Falmouth, Ky. Uwexpeasstof Uw postal strvicefor the next fiscal year aggisaates while fortfw current year were The funeral af the late Mrs. A. T. Stewart, of Sew York, was bald then ysttetday, interment at Garden City, a L, Stewart had arseMd anUwdnl and mausoleum. Tbestockbokwrtof UwC, tt D. will ailed togatiwr as soon as it may legally done to aothorisB the to i recent merUng of Uw stockholders, for ail purposes allowed under Uw statute, laetsad of conflaing prooMds to refunding, ac- cording to the original intention. 1 O., Oct a Kang of young fallows of this wbo toil not, neither do tbsy spin, got hoU of a tot at from ttw rtwrifT. office ivtexkwdfnr aummoning tba gnutd jury, and filUng in blanks, nstbad into one of and notified tba bar-ksspsr Uwt they bad just bssa issmiitiuiinl Uw graadjvry to msfet) cbsir stafy good Tbsf Stated that Mb to afpsar.afxl shaslf Uw woadd Uwm wtth a M oC whisky aad anowUnac to Irrc OB tswy go u> the woods and remain Bntfl aflsr fho grand Jury reporttd. WHsnot wsitbigto investigate, a owpst of wurt bwjf, ate., famlitil. sasjwMfc this Uw boys went to Uw wvadta, Iwt nmais unttl nimiinwssiy was exhausted, which was daring ttwafHr- ratted Osdnai Fossr Kmoau, Mont, Oct trass BnstnMS a eosibuy sjassssl sssbxr. who was radssj sst fnigUtrala, waa.i asxi fcfllad. opeoaadbota wgs was also tilted iastently. The WorM-s The world's business mnst done by men of genuine manhood aad a lofty spirit, or it will be done with Utchesand botches. The masters of industries must be masters of themselves, of ideas, and of human Review. FINANCE AND COMMEHCC. Ta. ateck nurket opeasi of uU Western. and srtoes advaaeed a to 1st Baileo some- times given by the clubs. These are. like the white balls of Spain and France, balls to which all tbe ladies mtttt come dressed in white only, with white rib- boon aad white Dancing at the club and. indeed, at all times, tbe talk in a slow, comfortable, dreamv war. inert soitaMt to tlw cli- mate. There none of UkU wild, rapid jumping and dashing op tbe mom which we at United OUstm j waterinR-nUcm, even sa midsammcr.! ffeaccally terminating in a nke UsV Rinnan hath. That fc too tion here. The (Jabssi dancen ss con) whm rtop iJaniissjt m wtwn thrr begin. At no time are the great for dancing, and in Spain are Tr If i' -s-liittiyj5fB: He was a  cwfltw bat by the r'rwwi TV-VSW! bar iJ wit wnrtl wbSB Wtajll tbjsjSl hf.. graesfsl at bar trsss wbo at feel teg nf Vos rluwmi the frfumm of your linn Jiw! Vy Iba ny tlxl your intrrpi4lu v 1m sfvsA- ins tn vna I feel 1ba1 1 et 1hr of ail my country n-woKry '-at nraJrv I and UM. wwrM. if ill 1 tsmn. Tw.i "Ihn men are andw arrest Crv will llwir Tbe law of If nrarly n" ptrt and ua ami HJ.) ahead. Y J'-ve mrn 1 yon n i 1 -f TTWTl 1 -Ti-t IT, 
                            

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