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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 12 March 1898

= 1 1t L r I t WASHINGTON 11 11VOL r SENTINEL VOL XXV vVT WASHINGTON W ASHINGTO CITY ITTY D C L SATURDAY MARCH MA ROll 12 1 19R XIthobtnGtOfl a blngton Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelPublished Published and Edited by byLOUIS JI1 JI1LOUIS + LOUIS SC1I SVIIADI1 SVIIADI11JlAJIlIIltVSaY8ATUJtDAV SC1IAD AD If IftrrXAKS 1 1LOUIS trrXAKS 1JlAJIlIIltVSaY8ATUJtDAV 1JlAJIlIIltVSaY8ATUJtDAVJ 1JlAJIlIIltVSaY8ATUJtDAVtERMS ipA KVSRY vV5ATODAT SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS J TERMS TERMSjioo jioo 00 per year for single copy sent by bymail mail 118 I to subscribers payable in n advance advanceKATES advanceATKS KATES ATKS AU OF ADVERTISING ADVBIUJSIKOIrst ilrstlnsertlofl irst Insertion one oneinch inch fisoisecond I50iseconderUon z5o second secondertion fertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade decuctlonsgde deductions ade for annual annualadvertiSements advertisements Special Specialtices Speci aMicesas tices 25 centsa cents a line lineAdvertisements lineAdvertisements Advertisements to insure...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 12 March 1898

1 F1113ENFINI3IL F1113ENFINI3ILWASHINGTON HE ENlINEL ENlINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAR 12 1898 1898Two 18gBTwo 898 898Two Two Hundred Million MIHIonathe Milliontbe MIIIonthe the Wall Street bondholders ask askendorsed askendorsed askendorsed endorsed by this Government if ifCuba ifCuba ifCuba Cuba is to be Iree IreeMr IreeF treeMr F Mr Gen Gena Hammell Hammella a Cincinnati prohibitionist who whohas whohaa whoha has ha written frequently long tem tempeiance temperance ternpeganceletters peiance peganceletters letters to toushas us has ha as we see seein seein seeIn in the New York Voice been ar arrcsted arruted arrested rested lor perjury That is bad badbusiness badbusiness badI business businessOar businessJ businessI I Oar Maryland KelfCtibora KelfCtiborawho Nel NolghbOrI hbor hborwho J I who helped to defeat defeatSenator defeatSenatorman Senator Gor Gorman Gorman ¬ man and voted a Republican Republicanmajority Republicanmajority Republicanmajority I majority into the Legislat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 12 March 1898

u riI w = l I i I I 1 Bljfhtaln Canton OftntonEureka CJantonEurela CantonEurca Eureka Mataxine MataxineThe 1IlalQzineThe Jfai oziue oziueThe The progressive pre ressive commercial en enterprise enterprise enterprse terprise of the Briton is strikingly strikinglyseen strikinglyseen I seen in the development ol the theonce theI theonce once barren island of Hong Kong KongTo KonJrTo KongTo I To an equal degree is the intense intenseconservatism intenseconservatism intenseconservatism conservatism of the Chinese ex exhibited exbibited cxhibited ¬ hibited in the chief city of the thesouthern thesou thesou southern sou them them part of the great Celes Celestial Celestial Celestial ¬ tial Empire There Thereare are Eu Europeans Europeansin ropeans ropeansin in Canton but they live in a settle settlement settlementoutsidethe settlemen ¬ ment mentoutsidethe men t outside the native city Their Theirinfluence Theirinflu Theirinflu influence influ ence like their place of ofabode ofabodeis abod...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 12 March 1898

r h li T x 1TrnT ixL ixLThe SENTINEL SMTINBLThe The AntlBeiultio Riots In Algiers AlgiersAn AIJtlersAn AlalcraAn An Eye Witness in the he Jewish Chronicle ChronicleIt It is now nearly seventy years yearssince yearssince yearssince since the French army captured capturedAlgiers capturedAlgiers capturedAlgiers Algiers and finally succeeded in inputting inputting in inputting putting a stop to the acts of brig brigandage brigandage brigandage ¬ andage piracy and murder for forwhich forwhich forwhich which the Arabs of Algeria were wereso wereso wereso so notorious In 1884 884 an antt anttSemitic anttSemitic antiSemitic Semitic disturbance broke out in inAlgiers inAleiers in inAlgiers Algiers but it was of short dura duration duration duration ¬ tion and was happily quelled by bythe bythe bythe the police and militia without any anyserious anyserious anyserious serious consequences or loss of oflife oflifeThe life lifeThe lifeThe The riots remembered by us all allcannot allcannot allcan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 19 March 1898

I T I 1 T TVOL u 11 11VOL VOL XXV WASHINGTON CITY D DO 0 SATUKDAY S4TURDAY MABOH 19 191898 1898 NO NO39 39 I t zDCAaabin u1 sblngton ton Sentinel SentinelPublished Sentlnelj SentlnelPublished entttlel entttleli entttlelPublished j i Published and Edited byhOUlli by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHA1IE SCHA1IEAPPSAR SCJlAn SCIAl1EPldAR6xviRYBATURDAY E EPARsxvzaVSATUD APPSAR PldAR6xviRYBATURDAY PldAR6xviRYBATURDAYTERMS PARsxvzaVSATUD XVZRV SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS Y YtBRMS TERMS3oo TERMS TERMS 1 1300 goo per year year for single copy sent by byall byall byail all to subscribers payable In advance advanceRATES advanceATBB advanceaAT85 RATES ATBB OF ADVKBflSIMCt ADVB8tISINOI ADVKBflSIMCtfinl I x finl < iratinsertiononeinch ll3t Insertion one inch > Siso i sorsecond sorsecondhertion soisecondI second secondertion I hertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deauctlonsI de uctlons adeforunnualndverdsementsSpecial uctlonsadeforunnualndverdsementsSpecial ade for annual advertisements Sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 19 March 1898

b = I TiiiITiITi a rr 1 fIE B1iENINEL ENlINEL ENlINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAR 19 1898 1898Some 18g8Some A Some German Papers Papersare PapeNare are giving us a lesson as to the themeaning themeaning meaning ol German unity unit in this thiscountry thiscountry country countrySenator countrySenator Senator enatnr Proctors Speech Speechmay Sleeobi Sjieeobmay i may not please all the money men menbut menI I but it itwillsatisfythepeoPle will satisfy the people of this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry country that they can no longer longerafford longerI longeraflord afford to look at the terrible state stateof stateof I of misery miser and the murder by star starvation starvation ¬ vation right at our very doors doorswithout doorswithout without trying to stop it itIt itIt It we know that a man next door dooris dooris is being murdered and we do not nottry nottry try to prevent it we become parti particefs partieceps pariceps ceps crhittnis and in part responsi responsible respon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 19 March 1898

IL jg n Ii The THeHUtory Hlltory orBaouneT or naoluleJ M Marebn MarebnLfoyd 1ftrhelLloyds r Ues UesLloyds It Lloyds Lfoyd Weekly Magazine MagazineOn JIfa fa azin4 azin4I azne azneOn On the north and northeastern northeasternopen northeast northeasteropen = rn rnopen I open spaces the largest it in some somescnsea somesense sorn sornsensea sense the least beautiful is Hack Hackney Hacknev Hac1ney ney Marshes with its 335 acres ol olditch 01itch c ccitch ditch itch divided land Subject to toperiodical toperiodical t tperiodical periodical inundations from the theriver theriver th thriver river Lea in the old days it was wasmuch wasmuch wa wasnuch much frequented by fowling and andhawking andhawking ani anihawking hawking parties In relation to tothis tothis ti tithis this latter sport a curious story is istold istold i itold told In September 17933 hawk hawkwas hawkwas hawlwas was caught at the Cape of Gaod GaodHope G GocRope od odHope Hope and brought from rom there by byan bVan b ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 19 March 1898

L J 1 I a u SENTINEL SBNTINBLThe The German Emperor EmperorEnglish EmperorSnJlls1l EmperorEnglish English Illustrated Magazine MasazineThe AlazazineThe MagazineThe The Berliners and the Germans Germansin in general delight in giving nick nicknames nicknames nicknames names to their popular idols idolsThese idolsThese idolsThese These nicknames are not alwsys alwaysflattering alwsysllattering alwsysr r flattering to their owners and there therehave therehaie thererns have been Hohenzollerns H Hohenzol1c Hohenzol1ctunate > henzollerns rns less fcr fortunate fcrtunate ¬ tunate than the Emperor William Williamwho Williamwho Williamwho who is not afraid to ask for his hispopular hispopular hispopular popular sobriquet He proved this thisat thisat thisat at a regimental dinner at which whichthe whichthe whichthe the Duke ot Connaughtand Connaught and Prince PrinceHenry PrinceHenry PrinceHenry Henry were present In the course courseof courseof courseof of conversation the Kaiser said sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 26 March 1898

r r WASHINGTON T SNTINEI T TJl I K KVOL > Jl JlVOL VOL voLxxv XXV WASHINGTON CITY D C CJ SATURDAY MARCH 26 1898 NO To 110 THttnfiblnflton llUn btngton Sentinel SentinelPublished Sentinelpublisbed cnttncl cnttnclLubiIsbedflfld Published LubiIsbedflfld and Editea by byLOUIS byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SOIIADE SOIIADE1PPKARS SOnAD SOnADlPPKAREvaRYBA SOJIADELPPKARS 1PPKARS lPPKAREvaRYBA KVXRY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS BATURPAYA BATURPAYTERMS URDAY URDAYfERMS A TERMS TERMSHao TERMStoo too 100 per year ear for single copy sent by byall byall byan all to subscribers payable payablein in advance advanceKATES ndvanceIA advanceaATZS KATES IA ltS OF ADVERTISING ADVERTISINGirst ADVB ADVEUrISINOiitst CISING CISINGIrst iitst < irst insertionjoneinch 150 Isojsecond Isojsecondtrtion second secondftrtion secondt ftrtion t rtion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deauctlonsade deluctionsade ade for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices Specialn notices n l1ces 25 cents a line lineAdvertise...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 26 March 1898

r ry L J I y v r 1 1j j V rm SENTINELWASHINGTON SENTINEL SENTIN1LWASHINGTO ENTThEL I IWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAR it 26 1898 1898Bllulstcra 1 11llulaters Bllulstcra Getting Gottln Sensible SensibleThe SellslblcThe The Voice the prohibition paper papersays papersays says that it has questioned 89 89preachers 81 81preachers S Spreachers preachers in New Haven CDnn Connand CDnnI I and finds but three who indicate indicateany indicateany indicateflV any flV readiness to fight New Havens 415 saloons at the coming comin local localoption localoption option election electionLight electionLight Light Lghtisbreakirtg is breaking in inevenin even in New NewEngland NewEngland England New Haven is the home homeof homeof of Yale College CollegeStop CollegeStop CollegeStop Stop tho Flotilla FlotillaThe IotillaThe Iotilla IotilIaThe The full fuilcapacity capacity of ofthe the modern moderntorpedo moderntorpedo torpedo boat for destruction is as asyet asyet asyet yet untested but in the Chinese C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 26 March 1898

T TI T u r If 1 lTh I j L = t The rh Klnis Jtln of Corea ore and HI HIM HIMI People PeopleThis PooploThis I This King Yehut is said to toamiable be beamiable beamiable amiable affable and learned learnedfact1 in infact infact fact fact1 the well known definitzonan definition ol olan of ofan an Irish politician politi ian at the hands handsa ol ola 01a a rival ha has been applied to him himcharmjn a acharming acharminc charming charmjn old gentleman for forafternoon an anafternoon anafternoon afternoon tea party On the theother theoUler t tother other hand hi hie Queen whose bar barbarous barbarous b bbarous barous assassination in her o opalace own ownpalace ownpalace palace has ha foully stained the rec record record rt rtord ¬ ord of Japan in Corea was waswoman a awoman awom4n woman of fine character and andmarked andmarked a amarked marked ability wielding a pow powtul power powertul powerlul tul political influence somewhat somewhatsimilar somewhatsimilar somewli somewlisimilar ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 26 March 1898

Frs i 1w L rn R r j Ii T k = T I I i r T TE SENTINEL SENTINELThe i I I The Evolution or the Sikh SoldIerI SoldIer Soltllerflfaemiltans I p flfaemiltans IIfaemilla Magazine MagazineSo DfapaaineSo lfaraineSo So much admiration has been beenexcited beenexcited beenexcited excited by the distinguished con conduct conduct conduct ¬ duct of the Sikh regiments of the theIndian theIndian thea a Indian army in the recent Irontier Irontiercampaign frontiercampaign Irontiercampaign campaign that some account of ofthe oft ofthe the origin or igin of these fighting men menmay menmay menmay t may be found interesting To Tothose Tothose Tothose those unacquainted with Indianhistory Indian Indianhistory Indianhistory history it may be difficult to real realize realize realize ¬ ize that the Sikh soldier of today todayso so brave in the charge har e or in the theassault the3ssault theassault assault so steady in retreat so sodevoted sodevotedin sodevotedin devoted devotedin in spite ot race and cree...

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

allfllll 4 r1 = J = = t rc4 > e T t I r c = = AI = 1L4 1L4T WASHINGTON 11 11VOL T SENTINEL SENTINELvVV VOL XXV vVV WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY APRIL 2 1898 NO 41 UIitasb bnOtofl ngton Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelP entlnel Published P bllshed and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCIIADE SCIIADE1PPXABB SCIIADEAPPEARS APPEARS PPA KV ItVJfI1Y fl7JgysATUDAV RY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS SATURDAVfEltMS TERMS TERMS3oo 3oo oo per year yearior eador for single copy sent by b y yaiJt 41111 ail aiJt to subscribers payablein payable In advance advanceATES BATES ATES OP ADVB9tISNOairst ADVERTISING ADVERTISINGiirat ADvE SISRO iirat irst Insertion one inch 150 t50i ro second secondsertion secondsertlon secondsertloii sertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deouctlonsade deiluctlons deiluctlonsade ade forannualadvertisements for annual advertisements Specialnotices Speciallutices Special Spedalntlces notices 25 cents a line lineAdvertisements UneAderUsententsto Advertisements to Ins...

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

1r I i l n I i lfE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON NTINEL NTINELWASH1NGTON WASHINGTON D C APR 2 1898 1898SPAIN 1893SPAIN 189SSPAIN SPAIN will very ungraciously ungraciouslypermit un ungraciouslypermit racious1y racious1ypermit permit us to feed the Cuban non noncombatants noncombatants noncombatants combatants whom she has been beenstarving beenstarving beenstarving starving to death But what about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe the blowing up of our ship and the themurder themurder themurder murder of 01266 266 oi our sailors Have Havewe Havewe Havewe we no demands to make on that thatscore thatcore thatscore score scoreIN scoreIN core 4 4IN IN HIS message the President Presidentspeaks Presidentsoeaks Presidentsneaks speaks with confidence of lithe lithetriendly the thetricndly thetriendly triendly relations of the two Gov Governments Governments Governments ¬ ernments meaning Spain and the theUnited theUnited theUnited United States tates What do our Gov Governmentc Government1 Government...

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

j jik 1 II I X Xf V m ik 1 1I1iI I tK f > j I1iI Tho JBnclUli Township TowaehtpGentlemans TownshipGentlemans TownsblpCenlemats Gentlemans Magazine MagazineIf If the proverbial man of th thstreet the thestreet t tstreet street were asked it he knei kneiwhere knew knewwhere knt kntwhere where Ditmarsh is he would probe probably probeably pro proably ably reply IIIn In England Its naa naahas nam namhas name namehas has certainly an English soon soonand sound soundand soundand and well it may for or Ditmarsh Dttmarshthe i ithe is isthe the cradle of ourrace our race the old oldSa oldSaony Sax Saxony Saxony ony from which our forefathers se seout set setout s sout out in order to found new homes homesBritain homesBritain in inBritain Britain Ditmarsh comprises tl tlstrip th thstrip the thestrip < strip of country situated between betweerthe betweenthe betwefthe the mouths oi the rivers Elbe and andEider andEider ac acElder Eider An old map of Neocortshows Neocoruj Neocorujshows Neo...

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

L I JJJL JJJLL if < i III Iii r i x = SENTINEL SENTINELrouualot 1 1Touralnt Tous rouualot lnt LOuverture The Liberator Liber Liberator LIberator ¬ ator of Haiti HaitiA HalttI 11 tL I L A Taylor TaJllor1n tm 2nTenlpleBar 2nTenlpleBarAbout Temple Tem e Bar BarAbout BarAbout About the year 1 1743 743 there was wasborn wasborn wasborn born in the island of Haiti a black blackslave blackslave blackslave slave baby of royal African blood bloodIt bloodIt bloodIt It was this child who in the last lastdecade lastd lastdecade decade d cade of his life became succes successively successively successively ¬ sively general commanderin commanderinchief commander in inchief inchief chief and governor of the island islandand islandand islandand and who finally having incurred incurredthe incurredthe the jealousy of Napoleon Bona Bonaparte Bonaparte ¬ parte then First Consul was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown thrown by him into the prison in inwhich inwhich inwhich which by foul means he met his h...

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

ILn U U w I L r IIJ c 7 = III = L WASHINGTON J 1 1VOL SENTINEL T U j VOL xxv WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY APRIL 9t 9 1898 NO NO42 42 utuaali flag1LjtOfl tgton Sentinel SentinelPublished entineI entineIPubUsbed Published and Edltea by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCIIADE SCIIADEiPPXARI SCItDEPPZAR iPPXARI PPZAR RviRVSATURDAV RviRVSATURDAVtERMS RVRV SATURDAY SATURDAYS > S tERMS tERMSioope fERMSyear ioope year for single copy sent by bylad byIl < Il lad ad to subscribers payable In advance advanceJUTXS advanceZATIS JUTXS 01 ADVBrISINO ADVBrISINOfIrst ADVZPrlSINOfirst fIrst Insertion one inch I50i ro second secondFertion secondrertion Fertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deouctlonsade deductionsade ade for or annual advertisements Special Specialntlces Specialu3tces ntlces 2S cents a line lineAdvertisements Advertisements to Insure insertion insertionshould insertiont t should be banded in not later than 12 12oclock 12oclock oclock noon on Thursday ThnrsdayOffice Office No 804 E Street N ...

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

IIL T i ci I i r i 1 HE tENTINEL tENTINELWASHINGTON NTINEL NTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C APR 9 9An 1898 1898AD 1898An An International Episode EpisodeSaid Eplo1eSaid EpsoQeSaid Said the six Ambassadors IIVe IIVehope We Wehope Wehope hope for humanitys sake sak you youwill youwill youwill will not go to war warSaid warSaid warSaid Said Mr McKinley in reply replyWe replyWe replyWe We hope il we do eo o to waryou waryouwill warVouwill waryouwill will understand that it is for forhumanitys forhumanitvs forhumanitys humanitys sake sakeAnd sakeAnd sakeAnd And the incident closed closedThe closedThe closedThe The Spaniard Spaniardis S Sis is proverbially haughty and high hiqhspirited hi highspirited h hspirited spirited but that has not pre prevented prevented prevented ¬ vented his appealing to every court courtand courtand courtand and < Government Government in Europe to save savehim savehim savehim him from the consequences of his hisown hisown hisown own misconduct While the theQ...

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

j Jwu > u M1 1tr fr F G JackQo GD ArcticExploration Arctic ArottoExploration Exploration ExplorationThere ExplorationThere There is a popular impression impressionthat impressiothat that people in the Arctic region reeionslead regionlead lead a life of hibernation except exceptwhen excer excerwhen when actually engaaed sledginBut sledging sledgingBut But such was certainly not the thecase th thcase case with us and I can safely say saywe sa sawe we were were as busy what with scien scienh6c scieiitific h6c observations of all kinds and andwith ani aniwith with work incidental to our lifc as asany a aany any men could be It is to this thisthat th ththat that I ilttribute our good health healthand heattliand and the thehappnessand happiness and cheerfulness cheerfulnessof cheerfulnesofour of ofour our party In three years not notone no noone one of ofus us had an hours illness and anc ancI I II I never knew a single man knock knockoff knociof off of work on account of indisposi ind...

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

r T 111 U r fI JjI l lI rjp I I u FighSBNPINL FighSBNPINLt SENTINEL SENTINELA A Dull Fhbt t at Santa CruzI Cruz CruzH H Bindoss In n Lolld London n Society SocietyIt SocietyIt It was two oclock in the Alter afternoon Alternoon noon and fiercely hot when we wethreaded wethreaded threaded our way through an eager eagercrowd eagercrowd crowd moving beneath the lines of offlags offlags flags which overhung the scorch scorching scorchfug fug streets towards the Plaza de detaros detoros taros or bull ring Half the city cityeetned cityseetned eetned to be progressing that way wayand wayand and from every flat topped roof and andgreen andgreen green shuttered window laughing laughingtaes laughingtares tares looked down and merry merryvoices merryvoices voices exchanged badinage wIth wItht1te withthe the throng below There is no nodoubt nodoubt doubt that the Latin races can en enjoy enjoy joy themselves heartily in a man manner manner ner unknown to the North for foramong foramong among the...

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