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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 June 1898

P H 4 = r WASIITNTON T SENTINEL SENTINELVOL T TVOL VOL XXVI WASHINGTON W SHINGTON CITY D DO C SATURDAY JUNE 25 1898 = NO 1 THUasbinflton Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelPublished entLlle Published and nd ucEdIteG Edited by byLOUIS It ItLOUIS LOUIS SCIIADE SCIIADEAPPEARS SCHADEPBAaBvRYSATU APPEARS PBAaBvRYSATU IVXRY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS DAY DAYfERMS TERMS TERMSVvJ S 4300 300 i OO per yearfbr yea ye rfor rc VvJ single sl gle copy sent by byuiall byulan ulan to subscribers payable in n advance advanceRATES advanceaATES aATES OF 01 ADVx ADYJUrtISINO ADYJUrtISINOirst fisma jrtrst irst rst insertion one inch inchI5Oisecond inchI5Oisecondtiertlon i 50 o second secondsertlon scrtlon 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsmade deauctlonsmade deductions made for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecialnoUces noUces 25 cents a line lineAdvertisements lineAdv Advertisements Adv ertisements to insure insertion Insertionshould should be handed in not later than xa xaoclock 12ocloc...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 June 1898

mVT 1 iritaiimo r B V 1 W f nl I r 1 w w = l SFATINEL SFATINELWASHINGTON R TINEL TINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON DCJUNE D CJUNE 25 a 1898 1898WITH 15gBWITH iSsSWITH WITH this number the th WASHING WASHINGTON W WASHINGION AsutNG AsutNGTON ¬ TON bXNTiNKL RNTINKL enters upon its ts 26th 26thTHERE 26thyear 26t 26tyear year THERE were Weyl Wclers rs in the late lateCivil lateCivil lateCivil Civil War Var Read editorial on first firstNew Arstpage rst rstpage page New ew Brewers Boiul BoiulThe DonttThe UondThe The increase in the rate oJ ti tx txwill txwill x xwill will probably necessitate the giv giving giving giving ¬ ing oi new bonds bv all brewers brewersas as the law requires the bonds of ofbrewers ofbrewers ofbrewers brewers to be in a sum equal to tothree tothree tothree three times the amount ol tax taxwhich taxwhich taxwhich which in the opinion of the collc collator collctor collctor ¬ tor the brewer will be liable to pay payduring payduring payduring during any anyone one month New ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 June 1898

ii r r = A Dailt Across AOro Bengal BengalThe Bong BongThe The people of Bengal were like likewhat likewhat uk e 1 what we had imagined ima ined the aborig aborigines aborigines ¬ ines ol Australia to be They The are areblacker areblacker ar C s blacker thinner than the folks of ofthe ofthe C Cthe the Punjaub thty had a hungry hungrydazed hungrydazed hungrydazed dazed frightened look about them themand themand I Iand and they all wore their hair long longand longand and uncombed and ruffled into an anunruly anunruly ai aiunruly i unruly mass creditable only to dis distinguished distinauished ¬ tinguished musicians They lived livedin livedin Iivecin I I in wattle rush huts huts1 little clusters clustersat 3 3Di at > > 1 a dozen or so on a clear space spaceby spaceby spaceby by the way picturesque beneath beneaththe beneaththe I Ithe the long lirpbed palms but filthy filthyon filthyon fiIth fiIthon on inspection The location of a avillage avillage I Ivillage village was decided ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 25 June 1898

Il tIIIJ I IJ q 11 = WL = > J f c SENTINEL SENTINELTbe SENPINI J Jr 1131 1131The JLJLJLY AJ w I The Arrival of oriian Man In Europe EuropeThe EuropeI I The race of man described by byMr bvMr byMr Mr Boyd Dawkins as the river riverdrilt riverdrilt riverdrift drilt man is probably now as extinct ex extinct extinct ¬ tinct as the cave bear or the mam mammoth mammoth mammoth ¬ moth Late in the Pleistocene Pleistoceneperiod Pleistoceneperiod Pleistoceneperiod period it disappeared from Europe Europeand Europeand Europeand and was replaced by a new race racecoming racecoming racecoming coming from the northeast alonewith alone alonwith alongwith with the musk sheep and the rein reindeer reindeer reindeer ¬ deer and called by the same emi eminent eminent emitnent < nent writer the caye man Both Boththe Boththe Boththe the cave men and the river drift driftmen driftmen driftmen men were in the stage of culture cultureknown cultureknown cultureknown known as the Palaeolithic Pal olithi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 2 July 1898

I = X fi = iiI i WASHINGTON T SINTJNEL SINTJNELVOL T 1 f fI It I I VOL XXVI W WASHINGTON AS INGTON CITY D 0 SATURDAY JULY 2 1898 = I Wiru3Jln 1i3bflc3tofl ton Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelI C ntincL I Published and Editan by byLOUIS byJ LOUIS J U I S SCII s CJI4tJE 1 A HE HEAPPXAKf II IIlrrKA APPXAKf lrrKA prut rKV KVSKV EVIYSUEDAV VMATURD SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS V VI I TERMSttoo TERMS rERMSI rERMSHooper I L ttoo Hooper ooper per year ear for single snge copy sent by bymil byIRiI iai1 mil to IOllubsribersaPllvablc subscribers payable in advance advanceUA7BS advancei i UA7BS OP ADVKB riSlNOI riSlNOIzMrst rISINOIrstlnsartion zMrst Irstlnsartion insertion oneinch one inch i gojsecond gojsecondi o second secondertion1 ertion ertion1 15 cents i Liberal fi do doltictioflS ri riade uctions uctionsade ade for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecialDotices notices 25 cents n line lineAd lineI I I Ad Al < ertisetnents to insure insertion insertionshould inllertlonhould sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 2 July 1898

M l1dJJ 1wI IT I If W 1 I 1 f fmnn j = mnn T ii ii hiL J tt iiWENTINEL iiWENTINELWASHINGTON W 8ENTINEL 8ENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C JULY 2 1898 1898Tho t8g8Tho 1898r 1898Ttic r Tho EvansYUlo Init Domolcrat UDcn10kratstaunrh Domolcrata a staunch and ably conducted conductedGerman conductedGerman conductedGerman German American Democratic Democraticpaper Democraticpaper Democraticpaper paper celebrated last lastweek week its ts 35th 35thanniversary 35thanniversary 3thanniversary anniversary Our congratulations congratulationsto to our faithful colleague colleagueTlio Tlio 7 1Ji t per cent Kobato Kobatocosts RobateCO Itobtocosts costs CO ts the brewers dearly What Whatthe Whatthe Whatthe the retail dealers now ask of them themwipes themwipes themwipes wipes out in some instances instancesmore instancesmore instancesmore more than ten times the 7 per percent percent percent cent rebate It was a bad bargain bargainfor bargainfor bargainfor for the brewers that the delegates delegate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 2 July 1898

ir a S Sv = v a 1 1tolble tolble l Psago altaKe Or tho Earth EarthTbroulth Esi EsiThrough Through a Nebula NebulaLiftriZrY NobpIftLitrary LiftriZrY Diz Digesl DigeslSocalled sf sfSo So Socalled called 1tdark dark days of which whicha whi whia a number ot remarkabkones remarkable ones ha habeen have havebeen been recorded in the earths earthsb earthsbtory bis bist t tory have usually been explained explainedby explain explainby by the presence of thick smo smop smoke smokeI I p ue to great forest fires accom accomanied accoi accoiankd anied perhaps by some peculiar peculiartmosphenc peculi peculitmosphenc tmosphenc conditions There Therehave Thc Thcbave have always been a few however howeveri howevi howeviwho i I who have thought that this hypoth hypothesis hypot hypotesis esis does not furnish a compc compcexplanation complete completef explanation and the observations observationsmade observatiomade f made on a series ofsuch days that thatoccurred th thoccurred occurred in Siberia ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 2 July 1898

R Jd 1 LL T T 1 l nf ll I r SEITiNEL SEITiNELThe A Ai1J JJJ SENTINEL SENTINELThe + i iThe The Great Sphinx of Otilzoh OtilzohWhat Ol1lzohWhat OhrzohWhat What IS the meaning mean inl of that thatvast thatvast thatvast vast human head that riles out ot otthe 01the ofthe the gleaming sand beside the great greatpyramid ireatpyramid greatpyramid pyramid ot Ghizeh hizeh Hewn out of ofthe ofthe ofthe the solid limestone rock it towers towersabove towersabove towersabove above you to a height hei ht of seventy seventyieet seventyfeet seventyfeet feet and it stretches away awar in in the theform theform theform form of the body ot a lion to a alength aIength alength length of one hundred and fifty fiftyIeet fiftyfeet fty ftyfeet feet in front of you Sculptured Sculpturedwith Sculpturedwith cu lptured lpturedwith with consummate skill it reposes reposesin reposesin reposesin in graceful ease on the sand atid The Theface Theface Theface face gazes with a sublime patience patienceand patiencean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 9 July 1898

tz tzt i = t t p > I 1 1t V t WASHINGTON I IVOL 11 SENTINEL SENTINELVOL C T J Jj j VOL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY JULY 9 1898 V i NO 8 UiE ouasblnflton t8tnt3oflPublished btngton Sentinel SentinelPublished Sentnel SentneltuhHshed tuhHshed Published and Edited Edieo by byLOUIS byIOUIS LOUIS SCJIADE SCJIADEXPPKARf SCJAnE SCJAnEI XPPKARf AVVATU EVBRVtiATURDAV EVBRVtiATURDAVIERMS EVURV8ATURDAVtERMS AV AVJ AVtERMS I J tERMS IERMSoo < oo per year ear for single single copy sen senmall sent by bydvance byulal bywail I mall ulal 130 to subscribers payable payale payablein in adva advasent advance advanceATKS advanceIATICS dvanceKATES KATES ATKS OF ADVUF ADVHIUISINO ADVHIUISINOMlrst rISING riSINOirst Mlrst irst insertion one inch inchISoi 150 zo second secondsertion secondI secondsertiofl I sertion 75 cents Liberal Lberl deductions deductionsade deuuctionsade ade serton for annual advertisements advertsements Special Specialnotices Specialn Specialujtices notices n > tces 35 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 9 July 1898

Wjijjj Mtt I J TmT Tl J t L 111 J JJ JJWASHiNGTON WASHiNGTON DC D C JULY 9 18s8 I 0 C Hawaii HawaiiAnd HawaIIAnd U aw a II And imperial America mn marchel hesot hesotThank 6nl 6nlThank On Thank God for it U tukwfton U1 rloH Tvmtt T1H4sThank Thank rather the devil God Godhas has nothing to do with your Ha a awaiian waiian or imperialistic policy policywhih policywhih the thepeaceful thepeaceful he hepeaceful whih three years ears ago a o upset peaceful government overnment ot the native nativeHawaiians natIveHawaiians Hawaiians and turned it into the themilitary themIlitary military despotism o 01 the present presentHawaiian presentHawaiian presentHawaiian Hawaiian government overnment under the thecannons Ihecannons thecannons cannons ol American menofwar menofwarYes menofwarYes Yes thank the deviL but not notGod notGodl God Godllorry lorry Belmont Made n Major MajorThe MnjlrThe URjf r rThe The President has appointed ex exCongressman exCongressman Congressman Perry Belmont In Inspe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 9 July 1898

i J j jy y p r rForest 1lqJQJbO Black BlackForct Forest ForestYear ForestYcu ForctYear Year by year a larger lar e numbs numbsol ol 0 British anglers find their way t tthe to tothe I Ithe < the continent The north ol Franc Francand Franceand Francand and the Rhine are already fain fainwe1lirequentcdnd fairly fairljwell fairlywell well we1lirequentcdnd frequented nd a goodly num number number nunber ber of English angling clubs an andotted are aredotted az azdotted dotted about both neighborhoods 1 presume Iresume that there is hardly hardlyriver hardlyriver a ariver river or piece of water of any ex extent extent e etent tent inEuropeinwhichsomeroam inEuropeinwhichsomeroaming inEuropein inEurope in which some roam roarring ing Briton has not wetted his fly fljor flyor fl or 0 displayed the siren charms 01 01the of ofthe c cthe the deceptive minnowor the silvery silverysides silverysides silver silversides sides of the equally attractive anc ancdangerous and anddangerous an andang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 9 July 1898

II poivv > J v f Wa P P > f P5 Iij J I SENTINEL SENTINELVralilstorlo Ja JULJL u Vralilstorlo Prelll torlo i Men MenHit 111111Srr eu euSrr Srr IVilli Willi4m w LMwson tlW80N LlD L LD FRSinMe FRSiN FRSiNtile Hit Sunday at Home HomeThe H HoneThe m mThe The term prehistoric was first firstused firstused firstused used by my late friend Sir Daniel DanielWilson DanielWilson DanielWilson Wilson in his Prehistoric Annalsof Annals Annalsof Annalsof of Scotland Scotlandand and was intended to toexpress totxpress toexpress express the thewhole whole period disclosed disclosedto to us by archaeological arch ological evidences evidencesas e ldences ldencesas as distinguished from what is isknown isknown isknown known to us by written recordsIn records recordsIn recordsIn In ilaterworkPrehistoric t later worklIltehistoric Man Manhe Manhe Manhe he explains that man may be beassumed beasumed beasurned assumed to be prehistoric when whenever whenever whenever ¬ ever his chronichngs of himselt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 16 July 1898

1 ii iiVOL i H i WASIIINTON 11 T D SENTINEL SENTINELXXVI T Ti VOL XXVI WASHINGTON CITY P IX C J SATURDAY JULY 16 1 6 1898 NO 4 i1m bI11tOh bt ton Sentinel SentinelPublished cnttn t i iPublished Published and Editea by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCUADE SCUADEAPPKAS SClIADEIP APPKAS IP II At S BVBRY BVIlI SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS ° 0 k 0 1 TERMS TERMS3oo rERMSIp I Ip 3oo opcr > per year for single copy sent by bya bym m a u lll iIioubCT1bS I To subscribers payable payableifl in advance advanceAATBS advanceJ J AATBS ATBS OF ADVERTISING ADVERTISINGsertion ADVEIUJSINOIrst Irst Insertion one inch 150 io second secondutlon sertion 75 cents centsnotices Liberal deductionS deauctionsade deductionSadefOraflnUaladVettiSefl1ett ade adefOraflnUaladVettiSefl1ett f i annual dvertisements Special SpecialDollces notices 35 cents a line lineAdertisements Adertisements to insure insertion insert on onshould should be handed hannedin in Innot not later latertlIaflls latertlIafllsoclock than ia iaoclock I2o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 16 July 1898

S i i i J p I raw i H1 SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON tENTINELWASHINGTON ENflNEL WASHINGTON D C JULY 16 1898 1898JoE IB9StlJOE i8S tlJOE JoE Joi LEITERS father has sold soldto soldto to the millionaire merchant Mar Marshall Marshall Marshall ¬ shall Field his most highly prized prizedpiece prizedpiece piece ot real eitate in Chicago ChicagoThis ChicapoThis This may help to impress on onJoes onHJ HJ Joes oes mind the distinction be between between ¬ tween his operations in wheat and andmerchandizing andmerchandizing merchandizing merchandizingThe The Spanish Surrender SlIrrclllltrThe SurrenderThe The Spaniards last Thursday Thursdaysurrendered Thursdaysurrendered surrendered to us Santiago Santia o the thearmy thearmy army there and all ol Eastern EasternCuba EasternCuba Cuba CubaThis CubaThis This victory ictorJ magnificently magnificentlyachieved magnificentlyacheved acheved by mingled prudence and andaudacity andaudacity audacity destroys Spains last lasthope lasthope hope of success...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 16 July 1898

Pli7uwT w iiIiT i w Mfrii 1ii Ie and Women with HornRevve Horn 1I0fllloReVlIt UorflhRevv Revve ties Revues Fans IaruThis FansThis FarisThis This phenomenon is more fre frequently frequently fr frqucntly quently met with than is generalbelieved generally generalljbelieved generallybelieved believed Such is the force forceprejudice o oprejudice ot otprej prejudice prej udice that nearly all ol u uwould us uswould I Iwould would rather have two nosestour noses 01 01four or orfour four feet than the emblem which whichbygone it itbygone in inbygone bygone ages was considered th thsupreme the thesupreme ti tisupreme < supreme ornament of man It Itin ii iiin is isin in this View that horns are attrib attributed attributcd attn attnuted uted to gods and heroes Alex Alexander Alexander Ale Aleander ander the Great when he pro proclaimed pro proclaimed p pclaimed ¬ claimed himself himsdlithe the son oi Jupiter Jupitergave Jupitergave Jupitegave gave orders that on the coins which whichshou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 16 July 1898

1 al alY if i Y r SENTINEL SENTINELAoloauoe l A LI Jlll JlllL f I YolonuaesnntlEarthquakaa and EnrttHiunkoB In tl th thPI the thePhi > e ePrafutorJ Aoloauoe YotO nOl6 PI Phi 1I1ltllllelt 1I1ltlllleltFr lippNeeProjtssor L Projtssor PrafutorJ Fr sl r j8 J B Slew Stu in i the Scientific ScientificAserwaa lIlific Aserwaa 44 lI The Philippine Islands lie along alongthe a alongthe ong ongthe the great belt ot volcanic activity activityhich activit activitwhich activitywhich which hich extends from Japan to t the thevolcanoes theMoluccas he heMoluccas Moluccas the chain at living hvIngvolcanoes livingvolcanoes volcanoes enters the Philippine Philippinearchipelago Pluhpplnearchipelago Philippinearchipelago archipelago fromFormosathroueh fromFormosathrouehthe gh ghthe the Bashees group and running runningthe runlngthe runningthe the entire length of the great island islandof Islandof islandof of Luzon bends to the west and andenters a andenters d denters enters the island of Negros Neg os...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 23 July 1898

I iii iiiWASHINGTON = T WASHINGTON 11 T SENTINEL 1 T r J JVOL VOL XXVI WASHINGTON u A OITY D 0 SATURDAY A a JULY 23 1898 1lU1a flhtno htn ton ntlncl ntlnclPublisbed r Published and Editee by byl jJts l u IS SCII SCIADE A DE DEPPKAItI PPKAItI EVERY SArVRD SATURDAY V VrERMS rERMSoo rERMS oo per yearfdsicgle ar f singlt = copy sent b bm by m III I to aubscrllers suhcrlberSPaVable pavalJe in advance advanceaATBSOJ J aATBSOJ ADVJtIUISINO ADVJtIUISINOilrstinsertlonone ilrstinsertlonone 4 trstlisertIOfl one Inch Inchb Isojsecond IsojsecondI z5osecondrUon I rtion 75 cents Liberal deCluctions deCluctionsade deductiOfl ade for forannua1advertISeflefltS annual advertisements Special Specialnotices notices nOtlCeS25CCfltSn zs cents a line lineAt I At Adertisen1CntS ertigements to Insure Insertion Insertionshould I should be handed In not later than u uoclock 2 oclock noon on Thursday ThursdayOffice I Office No 804 E Street N W WWashlmtton Washlmtton D C CSamp1e Samp1e copies mailed upon apJ app...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 23 July 1898

t UiIIJJJJtiTfl L f ii 11 ii 0KNT1NEL 0KNT1NELWASHINGTON I NllNl L i WASHINGTON WASK1NGTODCJULY SHINGrON D C JULY 23 1898 1898The S Sr SThe r The K ev w York Prohibit lthllJlllolIlsrM lthllJlllolIlsrMhavl loiilutH loiilutHhave have nominated Prol P ol Kline of ofP ofPenn P Penn nn Yan lor Governor and have havecom bavecome Qinst the thearmy thearmy thearmy com come out strongly against a army canteen They aver that it itofiers itofters itoRer ofiers temptation for soldiers to todrink todrink drink making them barkeepers barkeepersand barkeepersand barkeepersand and beer sellers and that it is det detrimental detrimental detrimentil ¬ rimental to health and efficiency efficiencyThe efficiencyThe The immediate prohibition of all allcanteens allcanteens allcanteens canteens is demanded bv b the Pro Prohibitionists Prohibitionists ¬ hibitionists hibitionistsThe hibitionistsThe p n j jTho The GermanAmericans GermanAmericansare GermallAnterloalare are to collect money to present a abattl ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 23 July 1898

KJWJ T I i1iJiJia The Bush Ru b to Kloudylco KloudylcoFinancial ltlolulykcF2natlcial KioudykoFinancial Financial News NewsOne NewsOne Wdw WdwOne r One of the most curious cond condtions conditions conc conctions tions incidental to ths th great rus rusto rush rushto ru ruto to the Klondike has been the ere eretion crea creation crctiori tion alonRthe along alongtheroutetromthecoa alongtheroutetromthecoato the route from the coa coato coast coastto to Dawson City of a number numbertemporary e etemporary of oftemporary temporary cities of oftents tents Perha Perhathe Perhaps Perhapthe Perhapsthe the largest lar est and most interesting II1terestin interestingthese o othese 01 01these these is the great encampment encampmentthe a athe at atthe the head of Lake Bennett knowas known knowias I as the thecityof city of Bennett This poinis point pointis poiiis is the head of navigation navigat on and con consequently conI coisequentlv I sequently all the people peope who havi havicome have ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 23 July 1898

I 1 i Ja 1A1 SENTINEL SENTINELOnuses 1 T T i 1 Onuses JR11He of ofSIJalne Spains Meollne IeollneSpain collno collnoSpain Spain has had more wars than thanEngland thanEng1and thanEngland England they have been more moredis moredisastrous disastrous dis itrous than Austrias they have been characterized by as great greatbarbarity greatbarbarity greatbarbarity barbarity as Turkeys Spain has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen been invaded as often as Belgium Belgiumor or Holland Though at one time timeand timeand timeand and another in her history at war warwith warwith warwith with nearly every nation ol Europe Europeand Europeand and ot the American continentshe continentshchas i has not fought a great nation sin singlehanded glehanded except in the war warwhich warwhich which has just started with the theUnited theUnited United States since Philip II in 1588 1588310 310 years ago sent his invin invincIble invincible cIble armada to overwhelming overwhelmin and anding10riou andinglorious inglorio...

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