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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 24 February 1897

BRYAN DAILY EA Vol. II No. 73 BRYAN TEXAS WEDNESDAY MJ fNINO FEBRUARY 24 1807. Price 5cts THE QLE ( GOOD THINGS G-loxyr Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour; Buckwheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; Shredded Codfish ; Edam Pineapple ! ('- tktn. ED MALL The Grocer Agent for Chase and Sanborn Coffee. CITY MARKET. S. W. BUCIIAXAX I'rop'r. 77 -' Having porehaae.l th well known City Meat Matkel of T. Lirace I am mm pieparvd to furnih nil kimli t Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only the best Cattle. Hogs etc. that can be found. irtli my friend and lh. 1'ubU.- for a hir of their patronage I m youra to J)!t4M S. W. BUCIIAXAX. Better tban Ever I Ieoiitrty npplird iih tb Fined Candies Fruits Nuts Cigars J Tobaccos to be. luunJ in 3tyii. Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style Or delivered to any part of the City. PHONE 202. S. W. HIGGS. "SVELCOMK 18D7! AND EVEHYllODY ELSE! At th" GLOBE Saloon TAYI11 COX Proprietor. FINEST WISES LIQUORS A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 24 February 1897

(Jli-NtliAli sroiiTLNO. VAHiOUS NOTES OF EVENTS PAST AND COMINQ. Ta Wheel la the KWIMI llHi'iil'r- litn nf Const roe'.l.in laature at Cooling Uiryrlea i urrent (.hooting fcrenls. for the work which he gives gratult- ously l.i Lip fellow wheelmen. Thl boo1! with diagrams wilt be Issued b the Maryland ilivUlon anj will contalt about f'O im'n 8urh dam an Mr. Walters did not get by irri innl experience he gained by rorrrs; ondcnre with enthusiast U v. jot ling In other itatei. r-r- he I j A 1 Can V1 S Aa Kiprrt Marksman. From Sporting Life: Wallace Miller o? Auatln one of the champion shoti if Texas and one of the best lu Uu United Sutra did some fancy shooting In Cuero recently that greatly amused the spectators assembled to aee hi to. lie usee a Winchester repeating gun. made by the Winchester Repeating Anna Co. which company be repre- sent and If buyers wort aaaured they would bjccnic as expert with the gum' ca he Is. to a certainty he would ex-! IX BETHLEHEM TOWN. town and present a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 24 February 1897

c I.V THK 01)1) COliXEU. SOME STRANCE. QUEER AND CURIOUS PHASES OF LIFE. Th l)t.Tu. H...w-l:Ddor.n-. of Wotul.1 11 . Urmd t rarh nnreralns; Ice lave. -A lalua White Oak Tree. ' HEIIE U in Island Id Slumber sea Where tb droll- est things art duos And we will Kill there. If the winds are fnlr Juit after tiie i t of the tun. 'Til the loveliest vVrvx place I n the hole wide world Or nyy iu It seems; And tie folk there play at the end of each day lo a curloua show tailed "Dreams." We ull right Into the evening skies. And tU v try first thing we know We are (here at the part and ruady fui sport. Where the dream folks glv thrll how. And what do you think they did loav tilKht When I rrosred their harbor ban? They hoisted a plank on a great cloud bsuk And teetered among tho atari. And they aat on the moon and twung their feet Like pendulums to and fro; Down Hlumber sea la the Mil for me. And I wiih you were ready to go. For the dream folki there on tbli curious Isl Ilegln their performance a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 24 February 1897

m m SPRING ARRIVALS. 1 r run JIST RLTEMTD car Citlre Line tf CLOTHING SAMPLES SPUING AND SUMMER WEAR. -i'o it- Tidal Wave Flour The (Wit In the mat kid. Van Cantp'a I'orU nnl Henna. lMlirrlm l'micnl.. ."lour Uoyitl Niillit I)rMliitf Mont rtloct Llit nil Itlmla Hniiiiuiiil 1C1 IkIi- I" Ur.vun ISIfi-sst Aknoi-I- mut CnllluriiU Cannot (.outlet. All K littles turned Vfiffl itlilfs. Phono rn. 2. Ivd7. "WILSOIT it i n J n . ita i iota iinnm r - ( mm i 1 W. T. James & Co. Undertakers and Funeral Directors. ro Our display of 1 1-4 Yard Ends include3 1.:c la-grat assortment of Foreign and Domestic Woolens ever shown in tho City x-uprcscnUns a line of over 2vooo Patterns Suits $12 to $40. Pants $3.60 to $10. Vo puarcnteo ovcry garment to bo a Perfect Fit or no sale. PARKS & OlflLDROP -MliX'S OUTKITTKHS. Mrt. Anna (laine of Waco ptychl hea'er paid the Eagle otlie a call yes- terday. Sue goe to Calvert today on limitation to lecture at Dm O.l.l FVIL.w'a ball in tli at city. Mrt. Game ia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 25 February 1897

THE BRYAN. DAILY EA BRYAN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 25 1897. Vol. II No. 74 Prico 5 ct GOOD THINGS Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour; . Huck wheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; ShrccMctl Codfish ; Edam PincapplO aid Irfim (hemf. ED &-3ALL The Grocer Agont for Chaso and Sanborn Coffee. CITY MARKET. S. W. KUUHAXAX I'ropr. XT " Ilaviig or.haw.1 tb.' wall .twan ( ly Meat Maiket of T. I. luaee I 0" i'epr.d to furni li . 1 1 tin li . f Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only tho best Cattle nogs etc. that can bo found. . . - a . Atin( ti'T fna plrata It ;ind lb rulni I r a all Better than Ever I t t -. - . aaRaaaaa"" I r.o ti.l y a-ippli. d i li the Kinrat Caiulies Fruits Nuts Ciirars J Tohaccos to I found in 'Jyai. Fresh Ovstcrs Served iu Anv Stvle Or tlrhTt rl to ny rt tilt City. PHONE 202. S. W. H1GGS. AVKKCOMK 181)7! AND KVKRYnODV KLSK! At tho TAYI.OII .V :)X li-rlatra. FISEfT WINK". I.Itjf His CIU A US IN HUMS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 25 February 1897

HYPNOTIC SPELLS. TWO REMARKABLE CASES ALLEGED MESMERISM. OF A Malae Olrl Haa 1.14 lader Ik la- Aar t Other for Twalt Years A fork lrl leflaanced lata a tootlta Marriage. MA YPNOTIZED for twtv year! Her I a Trilby lo real life. The extraor- dinary circum stance that bare surrounded the Ufa of Mis Abble M. 1 Nutter of North A Edgecomb Maine n iuat hill been brought to the at tentlon of the public by Deputy Sheriff L. Patterson ot Wisaoasaet serving no tice to her to appear before the Lin cola county Probate court Id proceed Inn (or the appointment of a guar- dlan. For twelv year. sinew her mother died the girl now 21 year old baa lived bidden In the family of Al (red Dodge In North hUlgecoiub. Mr. Dodf I the girl' lecond couiln. For twelve year h ha lived n utter re- clue In the attic of the Dodge house avoiding the neighbor and every tranger o reaolutely that there are many person In Edgecomb who not only have never aeen ber but do not know that tuch A pereon exUt. Though ihe ilvea b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 25 February 1897

J 1T)M ivn o in. 11.. j IATTCRS OF INTfcREtT TO AGRICULTURISTS. '""" t-lo-dale Hints A boat Calllva- the lull aad Tlrlda Thrraof - Il.rtlraltara TlUcallare aad tturl- caltara. S-f HE desire to uUl- fr"' vat u much land M posslbl la order to get th most posslbl front It has I'd Id general neg- lect of meadow iu. pasture landi. says American Culllva- tor. Only when It mat found that tha oil bad loat ao much fertility tliat It would not par for cultivating waa It aeeded down or left to grow up with aurh herbage both weed and ft ai natur provided. The remit la tbat moat of tha land now In f ran. la by tbat very fact discredited m being presumably lit for nothing elaa. Yet there la In all icraaa land a conatant tendency to tncreas In fertil- ity li la ao even when lb land la left to (row np with wteda and bustie. The shelter tha surface hold tha leave that fall on tha land from being blown away. Tba decomposition of thes .ava gradually bullda up anil and to tbla must b added tha xer- tue...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 25 February 1897

fcJLS' H Vr hair JlT nrXCIVCD CLOTHING FOR SPUING AND SUMMER WEAR. Our display of 1 1-4 Yard Ends includes the largest assortment of Foreign and Domestic Woolens over shown in tho City representing a line of over 2ooo Patterns Suits $12 to $10. Pants $3.60 to $10. We guarantee every garment to be a Perfect Tit or no sale. PflKS 8t OlflLiDHOP MKNS OUTFITTKHS. THE DAILY EAGLE. t air rati 1 1 lb iwUiKm st Dnrea. Tom. as I ..-.id I'tkM Ball BWIMr. IX tOSNKU.Y. PA hat IK & CAM.. H'l'i.iilr :r fjllnr. i cn: sitTtox rait : per Wek 1 . . . I'cr Month (Vmam l e T-11 No. I.O R. M.. .T?n T l Council ble kllid'ed Hit Art l il il i'i' Wciinesl.iy ol evert mo ith a ) evn:h run and thirtieth natli In wikaaut at Mike's hall. ll.&T.C.T)rutard. Noitl.l.ovnd Ku I . . fc..u-M'Jurl No t. . NoMl.lx'tr J o... bou.l.bonnd No i .. .12 27 fin .1 Ah p ii. . 2 :J i. . l:W a u. Cba. II. F.dge dentist IryanTei Join Dawson if on tli ii i liit thU week. Col. Henry Mltcht'l sent to Sutton yeatatday. Mr. G. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 26 February 1897

l THE BRYAN DAILY EA GLE. Vol. II No. 76. GOOD THINGS Saratoga Chips; Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pancake Flour; Buck wheat Flour; Mince Meat; Jelly Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; Shredded Codfish ; Edam Pineapplo and rrram (Vr.- ED HALL The Grocer Agont fcr Chaso and Sanborn Coffee. CITY MARKE S S. V. nUCII.VXAX. l'ro.-r. j".... ; llavln j nrrl.rd llif aill k.voa n ( liy Mrat Maiket of T. I .rf-r 1 am i r : r- .1 to f : rn i h .!l i n. la ' Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only tho best Cattle. Hogs etc. that can bo found. Atking my frleii'll n l lb irae i'ub'.i f r a at. S. Better that. Ever I la r i.U'.t . p li Candies Fruits Nuts to l. f. i ii ii 1 Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style (It .li'litr. r. il lo any TIIOXE 202. AND KVKHYIiODV KLSH! At tUm TAVI.OU .V COX. l'loi.ili'tora. jriSFST wisks. ijurtik! ani C1UAH1 IX ttkYAN. Clmrino OUT1 nt Fine China Glas3varo und Novelties mwi ; run i v w A. McKKNZIK Will 1 tli.ae fyxU at great ml i. liana II yon re needing anMl....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 26 February 1897

rr.YAN' TEXAS The Treasury portfolio seem now to i formally engaged. V arc all too apt to think that out lube art really our rlghu. Feopl who bar no malice In tfcoli gnakeup are teldora amutlng. It It potilbl (or people to b bright mouth to daxile themlve. Tha smashing of the Colorado potieta trial will result In mora niaahed pota to a. Honor la one of the thlngt that Gen- erally fall to th lot of those who art sot seeking 1L We arc all too apt to think that bad j.eople will make an exception In their conduct toardi ui. Teople who cannot distinguish be- tween what they need and what they dttlre are never satUfled. Intending Immigrant to the Vnlted F. tatee who can't read will do well to or. tan lie a good night achoot right now No man ever became of much use to the world until ha learned that he could not live on the promises of other people. Th cider a man get." said tha corn-fed philosopher "tha harder bt flnda It to feel sorry for woraaa who pug dog has died." Tba report that Com...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 26 February 1897

JAUEWAY'S WIFE. ADISOM JANE- way wai always pointed OUl M "slf-made tnan" nil waa well latin- fled with hli own handiwork for con- tent radiated from till full faca and from Mi figure which bad loal lu youthful mil act Odder creeping ware of flesh. jMr. Janeway bad satisfied bla ambition a to aa It li possible tor man to do It. Fortunately for bli content the am- pliations were of the kind that are moat often reatlied. II bad hand- aotna wife and threw bright children; b wai president of th itat bank an Institution known to ba founded on the rock of aound finance; h bd ln mayor of ghewane and waa a member of tha legislature. 80 much of earthly f lory bad fallen to hla ehare. When he read the obituary of anoihor eelf-maile man be alwaya nodded bli bead engrly aa much aa to aay: "I know hew It goes; I started with nothing myself." Ia fart Mr. Jane- way'i election to tha li-gltlature came of tha admiration tb electors bad for a man of the people. When bis con- stituents hired a band an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 26 February 1897

n Wo Imrajuat reoolvcl th lnrtfot nni lot t'lcoftl mtooU of Colored Hhlrta ever ehowu ia tbe cltjr. These; goods are guaranteed Fast Colors and are e-pfclally aelected f.r snn.mrr WEAR Tidal Wave Flour. I Tin- finest In the market. j Vnn Cmup't Ioi-W mi.l 1Iiiiim. lMlirilm l'miciikf I'l-mr Ito.v.tl Nnllil I i --ln4r. Mom h lc t Lino nil JUimIh Huh mdiiimI Hs-IUim I" lir.vins Ataetort- inout OiilU'ornlH (iiiiim.1 (;.mhU. All IS I ml" 'a"ri orrliinH HHo-Da c Groeerl IMsont 7f5 S3. iv. wtl&oik. W. T. James & Co. Undertakers and Funeral Dircciors. Tlilts I.I no IhcIimIcm nil tUo Ln toast Iovltl'. In No(jltfor. wllli Tlt to iiintrli Attiteliotl nnil Ilnrlol Collins nnil CulTit HoTt lollrts 1Ioii(imI ii nd HI in J I in. In Mud rim Chovlot Oxford nntl INm-oiiIc. We lnv;te von to luspett thin mammoth line of SHIRTS. PfiKS & ttlALDSOP MEN'S OUTKITTJSHH. Latned at i rottolfnt Hrran Tela at tvi-ved :itt hi' matter. IV ! FLLY. PA LX R A I' A UN I. Mil. on rirt Id I int. rM!tiiTio: i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 27 February 1897

THE BRYAN DAILY EAGLE. Vol. II No. 70. BRYAN TEXAS SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27 1897. Price 5 ct3 GOOD THINGS Saratoga Chips; ' Fruit Cake ; Maple Syrup; Pan cuke Flour; Uuck wheat Flour; . Mince Meat; tlollv Jam Preserves ; Fresh Mackerel ; SlirccMeil Codfish ; Edam Pilieapplo and irraa ihffsf. ED HALL Agent for Chaso CITY MARKET. S. W. IUJCHAXAX Prop'r. . Ilavii g pircl.ewd the will stviati ( iiy Mea' Matkel of T. I.. I. race I mi ti" irp.ir"! to l ittn li :i! k. ii-la i ! Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only tho best Cattle. Hogs -etc. that can bo found. Aaking my friends ml th pU-ae I'nti'i (ir a S. Better than ver! la roustaiit y ippli' d al b tl.e r'ineat Candies Fruits Nuts Cigars J Tobaccos to l-e I mini in ttty o. Fresh Ovstcrs Served in Any Style a 4t dcliven d to any part i f the City. PHONE 202. AVKI.COM i : 1HD7! AND KVKKYBODY KLSK! At ttm G-LiOBEl Snloon. TAYLOH .V COX lV..rlMors. FIXKST WISES. UyUolfs CIGAUS IN hKYAN. A M Clearing -OK- Xino China Glas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 27 February 1897

If the history of womankind had be-1 gun with her aa ihc reeniod In 1SC0 mitl ended with hr as she appeared In 1S.:.0 and thereabout th account would offer fine argument against the hiKhor education of women. Fortunate- ly history goe on and lie who will may r.ad It. Th lady of 1S3) was meek ignorant and lovely to look at. If you can forget her relaxed shuulders and wee nio.ilh. The lady-woman of ir."0 has started out to Ret an education. The pretty way of 1S3'J are becoming rr.etn- ciln. and I really hare had to eeurh for attractive picture of worm n In the middle of the century. A little learning ever ha been a hazardous quantity. Our isier of ls:0 la our sister of 1W) undone the end-of-the-ci ntury woman In rudiment. A wai natural with the lint Intima- tion that woman la not a toy that !e li a factor In world-making a !" toward the good time always coming the Immediate effect of thin knowledge liianie the .-he-vlr.x by the nu re In- tense of feminine material vanities. I'retry cu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 27 February 1897

X STIIAXGE WOOING. AM Casper Ath- wold. I wai born beautiful lut one day a nurse drop- ped wo from tier arms down tlia whule length of the oak staircase. There I no nerd to tar more. Yet I wsa a happy child. Aa I grew up I built inch rastlcg In the air aa other routhi build and In my eaatla 1 be- ran to ac Kate Normsn'a figure Katlo'a dark-eyed crimson-cheeked tare milling on me from visionary fire- side there and hear her olre singing billable In the tar-off future. Ww met o(trn. She wai always kind and friend- ly. I had fancied something more. One day I went In the beat of the afternoon to a shady spot by tho rlyer side my own ground. 1 lay upon the graas reading a bonk when behind the glossy leaves of the plants which the little ones railed "bread and butter bushes" I heard th sparrow-like twit- ter of atlrla vol ret. "She'll have nlm" said one. "Fancy aurh a bridegroom!" said the other. "All hla money couldn't buy me." "Ho don't want you but Kate" said the first. "One must be at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 27 February 1897

I "a-s- Wo-iMcteiS James & Co. Wavc Flour The Hunt In (lie market. Wo liitvejusst ranolr! tho larffoat mid )! lic('l to-l of Colored Mlilrls ever .hown la tbe city. These good srs pia'antee 1 Fssl Color and are e-pecially selected for s Litmr Undertakers and Funeral Directors. VOII Clltlip'sl IOIlt II II. I 1IH IIM. lMlirt'llll I'ltlK-lt li l"OUf. lto.VIll Hllllll 1I MllNl Mt'lts t Initio llll litllllN ftlllMMa llllll illlll'H III lll'.VKII ."NIim-ssI Amooi'I nl CiilUornlii CuiiixmI ;oIm. .VII ICIimIm C'niiiic.l Wtri'litlili-es. S3. 3. wn::cJ03sr. I'Iioiio 7 .". WEAR Thl I.I no liioluilest nil tlio I.Jlt4-St IN'OVS'Hll'N lit INl'Jjlltf ! Willi Tll'St to liuitrli At tnli-l iiikI IetnoliMl Collins mill Culls. Hol't lnlles lMr-nM-tl at iid HtlfV Houoiiim In Mml- rnM Cheviot Oxl'oril nml IV witless. We Id1 e yoa to iutpeet tbit aiaiiuuolb line of SHIRTS. PAKS & UlAliDROP AIKN'S OUTFITTKHS. SmvrH ai the Pmu Str al brraa Tf iaa. a Kf.'O'i i : mU matter. r CON NELLY. lik'.MZRA CARN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 28 February 1897

QLE 1 RYAN DAILY EA BRYAN. TEXAS SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28 1807. II No. 77. rice 5 ct3 THE B I I i I CITY K3ARKET. S. W. 1JUCIIAXAX Frop'r. : llavii g punliaeed Hi.- k"n iiy M at Market ofT. I. (iti-f I m now j.r r p:-r-.l to fmui-li nil kinds of Fresh Meats in First Class Style. And will kill only tho best Cattlo. Hogs etc. that can bo found. A.hin. mv friends and ill VM l-.r 1i f tl-.-l. Hln.A ' '. J""'" " please S. FRANKLIN'S MARKET If II ! UlH Choice Steaks Roasts and FRESH MEATS of All Kinds. M.ik-i ' Kcitr.r mill)-1 M..-K-.I Polito Attention. W. T. James Undertakers i i - I-wrtr I'm- ' srPlOMP.' ATI I.NKI'i Ti l i:rinSK 1 12. io Better tban vcr I It rm.ttai.t V a ppii d l l t'i Fliict Candies Fruits Nuts Cigars Tobaccos to be found in 'Ityaa. Fresh Oysters Served in Any Style Oi drlir. r l 10 "t v i rl .fill City. S. W. HIGGS. AVKLCOMIC 1HD7 ! AND KVKHYIHJDY KLSK! At tlm TAYI.OK .V tl'OX. l'riM lfti - FINKST WISKS. UglNiK Ni ClOAKx X liUY.W. Clrarino OUT sal: Fino Chini Glaso...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 28 February 1897

... v rr? . i r a.rty ALPINE ACCIUfcNTS. Odm U . nintFt D ... THE3ETWU BETROTHED? EN . .. r.nsU.d That rrlneesf ..a 1'rtnee T ef . . They l OH lir fork THEATRICAL LETTER. Two Ilondred Thirty Mi Inn. Since the year 1M0 nearly two hun dred fatal accidents have occurred upon the Swiss Altx alone. Of thru bow many were occasioned by mala droit feeble or timid climber? The safety of every mountaineering party demand In advanre that each member of It ahould be practiced and ateady climber; that no aerloua ascent ihould be undertaken by any man who cannot rely upon hi own nerve and capablll' tit a hit power of braving fatigue and standing cold; and finally that tha party should be accompanied by a nit- Orient number of professional guide. Mr. Leslie Stephen lay It down a rule that tha loftteit mountain can b aoaled with aafety by trained moun talneers. provided that fine weather food guides and favorable condition of rock and anow have first been ee- t malesMea tcltbe queen curea. -un the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 28 February 1897

SCIENTIFIC COKNER. CURRENT NOTES OP DISCOV- ERY AND INVENTION. A Hell .r 1'aal A -A M.lr Trtryrl. levente.! Hr .. ohlo Tb. I.ale.1 treak la iim 7.U w.rl1 luHIIt Bad lllMWV!?. J HE accompanying muni cut shows bow a brontoaaur one of Iht gigantic llxarda of a former Ke. mould aar In comparison with the bouses If It could b resurrect- ed and turned loose THt fJAONTGiAOH.' In New York street The mon- ter la supposed to bave grown to the length of sixty feet. Iu enormoua body waa aupported bjr four massive legs midway between head and tall. It wui capable of uplifting Itself on Ita ureal haunches so that Ita head towered ibove the avenge tree. It wja a harm- less monster subsisting on ferna and quallc plant and despite t strength. Incapable from Ita unwl Minis of ef. fldeut attack or defense. It waa probably oq Ita swimming ca- pacity that ( r-I to escape from Ita many fleh-eitlng enemies for. press- ing Ita forel ii H.isely to Ita sides and using l a powerful tall for propulsion. It mm:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bryan Daily Eagle — 28 February 1897

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Publication Title: Bryan Daily Eagle, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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