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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 January 1893

r I - V '1 .Tr 5r X RriiitrYuur Job Work K e-- lflC4 Y IIWJCI to 'itti: " TffE Hmteqr Republican. SUBSCRIBE roll tiii; Wo nru well supplied with tho very best material mid huoiiiourcniploy us JO, B, HOQEF.S. Fntliihtr, IFFICIAL OMAH OF THE PART? IN THE FOURTH MBOIWAL III1MCT, hr Ami, In Aimce, ood workint'ti UH (MM 1)0 found. Prices ronsoimblu. $1.25 per year. vol. y. HARTFORD, KY., FBIiDAY, JANUARY 20, 183. NO. 25. M OME DOLLAR f eally by unv nnr nf i Itlic r cx In nny I nrt of the ciiiiitr, win I uill.njr touotk Indus trioiMly at tho (tntplimmnt uhitli wp furnish, lliHnhor li light uikI p'f ifl.mf, ml vmi run no llk whatever. Wv lit win mil r miiilclr.po that yon run iflvu tlit p ti Iiluf ul'fmnt expfimtt tn )onrHI. Kur tlniM n ill) n; union Utile uork, tlil It the inlir ijj.1i. mi rail work all day, or In tin i triihitf unit, Ir joii nrt employ, Hint liitti1 a few purv Ikhim ul utir till pnflf titlllc lln'tii, and add to Hir hit innw, our liiiilurM will not tnii - it ell. You wil...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 January 1893

Hartford Republican ruiu.im:n i:vi:itv FltlDAY MOUSING. jo. it. tton:its. IMIIor nnl Proprietor, FRIDAY, .1AXUAKY 20, 1893. ' ' ' : i - i So far three saloons nml one cut ing lieutc have been huilt on the ico in the Ohio river at Louisville. Verily, these, LouUvillians aie laistlere. Tin: Evausvillo Standard eaye: "Democracy insists on Free Trnricnncl proposes to raictlie tnx on whisky to meet the emergency which will result. If anything U un nnti dote for FicoTriufc, perhaps whisky is. AiTr.n the first of January next, the Louisiana Stato Lottery will bo moved to Honduras where it has 'eecuircda flftyynur charter with the full protection of the Elonduran government. IlirriicuroRD II. IIayus died at his home, at Fremont, Ohio, Monday night, in the seventy-fire t year of his age. lie has been a successful lawyer, a bravo soldier, a great sta mn and President. lie 'lies lull of years and honors, Tin: Lommncvd contains some mighty interesting leading regarding the Public Printer, the C...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 January 1893

i s f s R- t enRMnnnnnm FAIR BROS, k CO, A REIGNING RULER Who was young in years asked his prime minister how lie could make his people think he was the nohlest man in the world. "By being the most noble," was the answer. So we make the people think our prices are always the lowest by actually making them the lowest. This RULE OF ACTIOIT Is the basis of the confidence the people have in our store. When wo say January and February must witness a huge diminution in our stock the people know we mean business and know that there is NO RUIN IN THIS RULE For them or us. Wo make a clearance sale to give room for new arrivals, fresh from the mint of fashion. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props Hartford Temple of .Fashion ' EB DAM HIGH SCHOOL packers' practical Institute. SPRING SESSION OPENS JAN. 3193. TIM HON FOB TERM OF TEN WEEKS. Iu 1'iimary Department $5.75 Iu Interuadiatc Department t 00 In High School Department . . . .-" In Collegiate Department T.iO Bo.ird in private families from $2.00 to ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 20 January 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1893. ' MAGAN. Dec, 12, Furious weather reign ctli now; people nro chiefly engaged in trying to keep warm. Mto Ada Jolt has returned niter spending the Chritiuas holidays near 1'ollvillo. We arc glad to have Miss Ada in (Tur midst again, C. A. Kcllcy it Hro. invoiced their entire stock of goiuN lat week. A. I Kcllcy and wile, visited the family of 0. A. Kellcy last week. Miss Mtittlu Tanner is the guest of Mrs, Martin. Nancy, the infant daughter of Charles and Luciml.i Rhoads, died very suddenly, January the !M. R. Rogers, who died on the 0th, was n veteran ot the Mexican war. Tho Skating Club is lively. Miss Alberta Magan and Mr. Scth Nelson nro the champion skaters. The pri.o oilcred to tho Arithmetic ctas, was won by Miss Aurora Storms. Mis Mittic Ralph visited her sister, Mrs. Rraughn, Christmas. Whoopingcough is still raging in this place. Doucam. ANoriiKti coitnrPoNi)i:.vT. Jan. 0. Magan is still Magan people continue to move in and out....

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 January 1893

fl WOMAN'S EIGHTS. A right to tread bo softly Beside tho ouch of pain; To fliiiootiio withgentlo fingers TI10 tangled locks uguin: To watch beside the dyiiifj Inueosnm' hours of night, And breutho a consecrating prayer When the spirit takes its (light. A right to cheer the weary On the battle-field of life; To gives the word of sympathy Amid the toil and strife; To lift the burdens gently Prom the bore ami tired hearts', And never weary of tbo task Till gloomy care departs. Alight to boa woman In truest woman's work If life should bo a hard one No duties ever shirk; A right to show to others Huw strong a woman grows When gkiw arc- dark and lowering, And life bears not a A right to love one truly And be loved bick again; A right to shuro bis fortunes Through Fuushinu and through rain; A right to be protected From life's most cruel lights y manly love and courage-Sure there are woman's right.! Hotlcn Globe WASHINGTON. Opmious of Groat Mon Ho carding oxPrcsidont Hays. The President wuy...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 January 1893

Hflrtford iRcpilblicmi ' 'iavo pletlgccl themselves to erase them I irom the statute books. ruuusiini) kvihiy fmday issue. MOHNINU. I JO, II. HOIir.ltl, KlMor hi) I Proprietor. FIUDAY, JANUARY 27, 189;). Tin: Texas Legislature re-elected i Ttnrrnr O. Mill in tlin IT ft Untmln t on Tuesday. Whi:n you read anything in the Kin'cnucAN you can tie to it. You don't find it contradicted in the next Wi: invite our friends from nil over the county to write us the news from their respective neighborhoods, thus enabling us to give the news of the entire count). Tin: scntimeut for better roads grows apaco and some very important reform may bo expected in the next few years. When tho people take a hand in tho matter it will be done. Tin: Fusion Democrats and Populists of Kansas Legislature on Wednesday elected John Martin to the Sen ate. The legality of the election is denied, however, by the Republicans and Stalwart Democrats. A United States Senator only gets Wf000 a year, lint the Kentucky Le...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 January 1893

, i Y FAIR BROS tnoro .' tt T City Scales. AVc.ilo work us clicnpns anyboily, cmititiug clone promptly. Pivo us u JAN. 11, '93, Finds us chock full of oorytliinj nicu in tho bry (toods lino. Hy March 1st, wo must unload. In order to do this wo offer jou tho following prices. Our stock of Men's Underwear is comple: Men's Undershirts worth Woo for 25o Men's Undershirts worth fiOc for iOa Men's Undershirts worth loo for UOo Men's Underbhirts worth for 8")o I.udios1 Vests worth Woo go for tt"ie Ladies1 Vests worth GOe go for 40c Ladies' Vo&ts worth (H)o go for 50a Ladies' Arests worth 1,(H) go for loo Wo still have a nice lino of Ladies Dross Goods that goat prices to suit tho lni)or. Our Men's luts will he sold ntW per cont, loss than tho usual price. Vo also keep a full lino of tho host n ml freshest Groceries to ho had in tho market. Our immon o FUIIN1TUKK DKPAHTMEXT Is comi)leto. Your wife would ap preciate a nico, comfortoble Hocking Chair and her smile of appreciation would am...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 27 January 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JASUA11Y 27, 161)3. JUST RETRIBUTION. How a Fat Mun Vu Constituted th Unwilling Agent of Avenging l'roYldcnte. Thero nro somo philosopher) who cling to the belief that there id no future of rewards nnd puniahments, but tlint wo get our just dues as wo go nlong. Once in nwhilo thero sccnis to bosoino Blight justification for thia doctrine. For iiihtnuce, it happenel that a clay or two ago a lady coming tip on tho Sixth avenuo elovatod monopolized two beats. I Bay It happened for a lady rarely does such a thing. The ears wero crowded, every neat being occupied, including tho two occupied by tills particular sample of tho gentler hex. Bovoral gentlemen camo in, took n longing look at tho lady and at tho small, fragile parcel at her Mdo mul politely seized tho most convenient strap. Whatever their thoughts, they did not express them by word of mouth. Perhaps they wero of that school of philosophers of whom I have just hpoken. If they wero they wero waiting fo...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 February 1893

YJsSS" KttZJ ! HriiitfYour to 1111: Job Wmk n&& The Haeteoed Eepttblicae SS" N SUBSCRIBE roit THE Wu aro ull supplied with tlio ory host material and Imvoinour employ us JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH C0MRE55I0NAL DISTRICT, TERMS S1.25 Fir Amu, Is Admti, good workmen as 'au bo found. I 'rices reasonable. $1.25 per year. m ?as .WS K VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1893. NO. 27. &I Ma. J I, ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR N eally ( arm il by unv imt of i ttht r nx In any part of thu country, nlnl tllllng touork at the (.niplojtmnt which wt- furnlih. 1 lit Intior It light titid pie iMimt, and roil rim no risk whatever HV lit )im mil iniiti te, that you cam jrlte IhebmlneM a tilul without rxpi in toyourirlf. iImum willing todo u little work, tliU l the Rrandept ollVr ininU. u can work, all liny, op lu tliLM vmlnc mil. If jmi nru em. plujrd, and haw a few span Immim at jour (!! pou1, ullllic tliTit, ami add In )mr Income, our limine will ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 February 1893

Hartford Republican ruju.iMiiKJ) i:vf:i:Y nun.vY mousing. JO. II, ltMJi:itS, . IMitorniM rrojirirtur. FlUDAV, IWHKUAIIY :l, J8M. Xi:v comes from PonUvillc to the elleet that there are gooil prospects that the Irviuton railroad will he ex tended in this direction in the spring. And may we have un early spring at that, Tnormi the war oi 1812 has been over eighty years there are still IuVj survivors oftli.U struggle living. The guceew ol those old soldiers in pretty young girls is shown by the fact that Ofi'A ol them lcit widows who still live and draw pensions. If the proportion should hold true the year HMO will pec 100,000 drawing pensions on account ol the Civil War. At Pari?, Texas Henry .Smith, colored, committed rape on the per sou of Myrtle Vance, u little girl of three and years of age. After committing the rape he murdered her in a most cruel manner and then fled where ho wn captured and taken hack to Pari-, and then was saturated with kerosene, tct on flic and burned to deat...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 February 1893

: I wrong". TSrxxjjt Xi3&zafiuujagy,ggaiaiuqnMn l w o ..,- 3v outfit; Put Out His Tongue. tv Two darkies wore tolliniv their experience, as owners of I'ticiiisr establishments. Thev outdid each other in wonders. At last one oi (hem described how in a certain race, his horse and another came in neck and ; neck, head to head and nose to nose, yet his horse won the race. "Dili's not possible," disputed k his rival in tall stories. "Yes 8 it is," said the owner of the wonderful animal, "my horse put out his tongue." dEc&iiA93i rii AiLfeJ Band Plavec "Another "ood man ione s Now we are in a per petual trade race with our com petitors. We race them in Styles, in Variety and in Quality, but our horses always win, because they are Best Goods, Low Prices and Satisfaction. WANTED. Yours Krrs. '1 JU ' jj Kcathets, Etc. Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., I Proprietors, mr " iv" T"ir fTTTrrra ihn f aiMBTTawnifwitn i it t m nr TiwutjsrrsrKmrrTnyMffggu A nrniTnTinTrwjgigiiwni...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 3 February 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBKUAKY 27, 1803. octoDcn Woods. The frost m opened (!io chrMnat tram, And the nuts fait lilly, l w omul three; ThoMiuIrtclclintttTc, tlic pfirttlaipiihlr And tho rul capped woodped" bores hi tree. Oh lightly nnd lightly tho hlrch leaves tloat, Hko golden butterflies looked In aprlngi And bright ns tho anil of it fairy boat Tbo walnut leaves tnko ulnp. Now come, now come; far down tho lino Tho nters beckon, tho robins call! Tho shrunken brook grew s broad again And vaH In n laughing waterfall. 0cr tho fit Mo and mcr tho bridge, Adovn t ho path hero tho mrak cows stray. Hy glen and hollow and w In ly ridge. Let us follow 1 1 iu woodland way. Seclhow thonmnrloiwtlothof cold A Trlan tapestry ucnen flno Wide ns o wander Is still unrolled, Itmtllng under our feet nnd mlnel Tho breath of tho w oodlnnd Is Joy to breathe Tho mhitfli'd odom if loaf and (loner. And clustering fruit nhcro tho wild vines nreatho Tho oak (no's moy tower. Softly Into tho Istaed wood T...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 February 1893

m :rM tf u tired society man. As for tho girl, ho peeined never no kinnble in the balUroom. The cloc trappings of her wrap are more alluring than the other cotuijic'H geurrotts invitation. Thero is always, loo, the chance of hei taking a Mwiftnpln ahead, and the rush of her motion makes the blood run swift. The languorous 1;ih i. all very well in its way, but this new stylf is hound to have a great oguc. What h the thing a girl doc. after she is kipped? There aio about a millim answers to that. Mnsi men think ho hides hot face. One or two renl emnrt men ay, "Cicts kived again. " Hwino thinl; crie.s nnd wimp that who lnugln. A great wany are Hiiro that tho llrrt thing ehu docH UtoKiy9 "Now, you stop,' if she don't nay, 'OIi, don't!" Several pay that in tlr it experience the girl has always pretended to flap them real hard. O.hci have found tint tho girl iuva riab'y jirptemU to be, real mid. H it none of them mo right. Of course the Kirls all know. The thing the do alter being is to l...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 February 1893

Hartford Republican ruuMHiini) i:vi:uv nmAv MOKKtXO. JO. II. IUHJK.lt. Editor and Proprietor. PKIDAY, FEURUAUY 10, 18915. Suami: on Texas fnruvor. John T. Sfwnrr, ii farmer near CInrkavillc, Tcnn., recently fouud forty thousand dollars in ttie road near that place. J am ft C Thi'uman, ex-County Attorney of Larue county and n talented young mail! died nt hi home neat Ilodgcnvillo Sunday. PnraiUKNT IIakkhon has appointed Howell li, Jackson to the place ou the .Supreme bench made tacant by the death of Justice Lamnr. Puor. W. J Cox, Democrat, was elected to tho General Assembly from Muhlenberg county last Saturday, to fill the vacancy caused by Dr. James being appointed as n World's Fair Commissioner. Tin; Mason & Foard Company, of hired convict lame, arc once more before the public, thii time claiming the State owes them a balance. Poor old Democratic Kentucky! So far as her government is concerned she is to be pitied. Poor thing! A mtoKi:s electric wire recently killed a horse an...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 February 1893

"7 ' "HT" My Horse Put Out His Tongue. rn .1....1 xm uurivius wuro lulling their experience, us owners of racing establishments. They outdid each other in wonders. At last one of them described how in a certain race, his horse and another came in neck and neck, head to head and nose to nose, yet his horse won the race. "Dat's not possible," disputed his rival in tall stories. "Yes it is," said the wonderful animal, "my horse put out his tongue." And The Band "Another good man wrong." Now we are in a perpetual trade race with our competitors. We race them in Styles, in Variety and in Quality, but our horses always win, because they are Best Goods, Low Prices and WANTED. Yours Eggs, Feathers, Etc. Hartford Temple of Fashion FAIR BROS. & CO., Proprietors. TV yY V ciic 1IMM AVo must make room for our-spring st ck. In order to do this, everythin must be sold. Our bargains. nre too numerous to mention. Come now,while you can buy at your own price. Everything must be cleared away by th...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 10 February 1893

Hartford Republican -n - . , FRIDAY, KEUKL'AKY 10, 18UH. . -.i.: NO MUSIC IN HC.R SOUL a Motlitr unit niMiglitAr Tiaa Iia4 Vair Baflietla Tattea la C'l . There tv'tu n big crnrti, aa aral, to W the picture "Niagara ke lar. A etcftdy rtrcain of art crrtfoa dtaiVil lo the third etory of the arrat awp iftim wlioro It is exhlbftei, ana although it wns yet wrry fa fca day T,000 poiTotifl lind mad fca tararifl revolvo. rings, tha namraca. Bad managed to elude tha nnta m Mb Anor, nml Dive, of the avaartr, im ilo thero, but ho had net Waa obliged to snonk in behind fanala of rimplo proportions for few aa fee Argus eyed janitor. A man stood in the tbrceg tho great vrork of art, ta& ale attention vrrus attracted fey a man and a child at his elbow. 11aefcr was fair Aud forty, lie chMfiaaa m4 Ickly, but with larga, inatroaa area that ETArkled with tin atailratiaa too deep for words as she npon the dark grtcabraa waters hurrying ovor the rUa. They had not bora tiara mere than a minuto when t...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 17 February 1893

UVKKWtWia'.UimKH.'S.ViitlVlS&tZ H'li -- iPillCI BrinjrYoiir to tiii: T..1. Wi.rk ViSA W The Haeteobd Eepublicm. ?33r a SUBSCRIBE roit tiii: K Wo urn woll siiiillod N with tin) very bostttuitoriul mul huso in our employ us JO, B, ROGERS, Publisher. OFFICIAL OR&AK OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, hi Annum, In Adrance. good workmen ns ciiii lio found. Prices reasonable. $1.25 per year. tolK &rr VOL. V. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. NO. 29. !k OWE DOLLAR oraf ISJtJti fs malty i'nrni'1 ly nnv our (if tlthi tux In any rrt ii f tli.'Ciitintn, uli" I- willing to work Imlln. Uloiitly at tin' m iil imiiiiiI nlilili m fiiriilth. llir lalior l llg'.r i "I plr '"''. mul yon fun m tlik ithiititcr. Hi-ill toil inn . , o Hint TOH CXII Jllvulln' l I ll""' i II '"I WllllllUt IXptlltU In jonrirlf. Hlllmn Hutu a lltili' work, ttil I. the graml.! niter tiiiulc. oii wilt wurk Utility, nr In thu evening onli. If )uu nro mi. plon'j, mnl luni' low .:iii' Iiihip nt j...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 17 February 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1893. - ' PUBMSlIED nVKKY VlltDAY MOKNIXO. JO. II. nOUKUN, Editor nil Proprietor, How would Gen, Greslmm do for the Democratic nominee in '9(!? Tun knowing ones now seem to think that Cleveland's Secretary of State will bo ono G. It. E. Sham. How would tho Hartford Demo- crats liko to vote for Greslmm and Schruz in 189G? That's tliowny yotir'rc drifting, Fuom the piescnt Mugwump of theDemocratic lcader,n fit ticket in 189G would bo Gresham aud Schruz. President Haicihson has tender ed a part of the White House to President elect Cleveland, preparatory to the Inauguration. PitKMtBR GiiADsTosn made the greatest eilort of his life Monday in introducing his New Home Rule Bill in theEiiglish Parliament. GitnsiiAM is one of the ablest of living Americans, but Cleveland shows ingratitude in choosing linn in preference to n number of life-long Democrats, The 2Vj'6t(ne,Cincirjnati's new daily, has como already to be' one of the foremost papers of the ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 17 February 1893

' 5 4 - i "pf5" Washington's Birthday AVill be appropriately observed in Ilnrtford tliis year by Fair Bros. & Co., tlie recognizers of merit. PATRON SAINT TRUTH-TELLERS Will Gaze Benignantly upon the lMainly Marked Goods and Will itoclare He Never Saw Such Bargains In Woolens, In Dress Suits, In. Business Suits, In Underwear and Shirts, In Numerous Styles of Furnishings. i : : In Woolens we arc offering every yard of Dress Goods at cost. Many of them are handsome patterns and at the rrices they are going is a sacrifice. In Blankets, :oinforts, Casimere, Heavyweight Clothing, Overcoats, Underwear, Cloaks and many other goods are going at ridiculously low figures. Visit us at once. Must have room for our large spring purchase. Want your Kggs and Feathers. N. B. These i,rices are made to close out the Heavier Wear. But Heavy Weights are always handy to have. FAIR BROS. & CO., Props., Hartford Temple of Fashion. We must make room Cor our spring strck. In 'order to do this, c ver...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford republican. — 17 February 1893

Hartford Republican FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1803. THE ROOTS OF THE MOUNTAINS. Croat IJIrVntlotn Rink Into llio Earth M Icebprc Sink Intti Water. It is well known that mountains attract tlio plumb lino, nnil thus render latitudes determined by its means or by a spirit or mercurial lovel in their vicinity. During tlio trigonometrical survey of India tlio amount of this error was carefully determinod in several localities near mountains, but a discrepancy appeared. When the mass of tlio Himalayas was estimated and its attraction calculated, it was found to bo more than the observed attraction. Tlio sanio tiling had occurred in tho original experiment by Maskolyno at Scholinllion, in Scotland, and a similar deficiency in tho error produced was noticed by Petit in tho caso of tho Pyrenees. Many attempts were rando to explain tho discrepancy, but that which was advanced by tho lato SirG. B. Airy Boems best to account for all tho phenomena and is that adopted by Mr. Fisher. It isthat mass on ...

Publication Title: Hartford Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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