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

J j 4 4T ri T WASHINGTON WASHINGTONxxv T 11 11VOL T I VOL xxv WASHINGTON CITY D OSATURDAY C SATURDAY APRIL 161898 16 1898 NO 43 lfla6bIflOtOfl nabtnoton Scntine ScntinePublsbed cntLiic cntLiicPubLished Publsbed PubLished and Edieo Edited by byLOUIS byLOUiS LOUIS SCIADE SCIADEapPEARS SCJIADE SCJIADEAPPXARS apPEARS IVEaY8ATURDAV IVEaY8ATURDAVlERMS VUV SATURDAY SATURDAYL SATURDAYTERMS L TERMS3OO TERMS 3OO per year ear for single copy sent by byal byaII al aII 30 to subscriber subscribers payable in advance advanceTZS advanceArzs Arzs TZS OP ADVJUUISINO ADVJUUISINOIrst ADVERnslr4oirst Irst Insertion oneincb one inch Isoisecond Isoisecondtrtlon o second secondiertIon trtlon Inserton 75 cents Liberal deouctlons deouctlonsade deJiictions deJiictionsade ade for annual advertsements advertisements Spoial Spoialaatces Spocial SpocialutIces aatces utIces 25 cents a lne lneAdvertIsements line lineAdvertisements AdvertIsements to Insure inserton insertonIhould Insertion Insertionshould Ihould sh...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 16 April 1898

i I 0 1 fIE SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON 1jNIINEL 1jNIINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C APR 16 1898 1898MoKtnler I8gSe I8gSMoUoJer z8 S c e MoKtnler MoKtnlertill MoUoJerstill still till insists that Spain shall fire the thefirst thefirlt th first Run He may be accommo accommodated accommodated ¬ dated by Spain sinking sin in a couple of ofour ofour our menofwar menofwarSays menofwarSays menofwarSays Says exSenator Ingalls IngallsHad IngallsHad Had the President displayed a fraction fractionof fractionof of the vigor vl or against a alnst Spain which he hai haiexerteJ ha haexerteJ haexeitel exerteJ against the Cuban Republic the thecontroversy thecontroversy controversy would have been ended endedlong endedloni long before the destruction ol the Maine MaineWeyler MaineWeyler Weyler is going back to Cuba Cubatiery CubaLeyr L LeY tiery an Income Tax TaxThere TaxThere TxThere There is a glimmer of sense in inthe inthe the consideration by the Ways and andMeans andMeans andMeans Means Committ...

Publication Title: Washington Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 16 April 1898

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

r i I I I I i SENTINEL SENMNKLJerusalem Jerusalem and IU Ohtxrobeii Ohtxrobeiifall OhnrOl1ePall OhuranesPall Pall Mall Mayasinc MayasincThe lJJallainThe lUarazineThe The entrance into Jerusalem by bythe bythe i the theJatlaGateisdisappointing Jaffa Gateis disappointing the thenew thenew theI I new French and Russian suburb suburbhas suburbhas suburbhas has so extended that before reach reaching reaching reaching ¬ ing the city walls you drive drivethrough dravethrough drivethrough through rows of new houses much muchlike muchlike muchlike like the outskirts of a modern town townwhich townwhich townwhich which quite take away any illusion illusionfrom Illusionfrom illusioni i from the entrance to the Holy City CityIn CityIn CityIn In such a place where every spot spothas spothas spothas has some sacred or historical as association association association ¬ sociation it would be difficult to tosay tosay tosay say which is of ofparamount paramount import importanei Importane i ianze an...

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

k w Ir41 Ir41i 1 r 0 i ywn c WASHINGTON 11 11VOL T SENTINEL SENTINELVOL T = VOL XXV XV WASHINGTON CITY D DO C SATURDAY APRIL 2 2H s 1898 NO 44 Wuabtngtol Sentinel SentinelPublished SentinelPublished eiittneI eiittneIPublished Published and Editea by byLOUIS byLO byIjoins LOUIS LO U IS SCHADE SCHADEIPrXARF sen SCUADELPpARP ADE ADEPPE IPrXARF PPE RKV KVJtY VS SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS TURD TURDI TURDrERMS TERMSoo TERMSb3oO TERMS I sentby sentbyMATES sent by byulall byutah 1300 oo per year for single copy utah to subscribers payable in advance advanceelATES advancesATES MATES OP ADVBB ADVERtISING ADVERtISINGirst rISING rISINGIrst I Ifirst first Irst insertion one inch Jiso I50i xo second secondsertion secondertlon secondertIon sertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsade deauctlonsode deductions deductionsade ade for or annual advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecialDlices Specialnotices notices 35 s cents a line lineAdvertisements 11neAdvertisements lineAdvertisements Advertise...

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

r 1HR i Htt SENTINELWASHINGTON t5ENlINELWASHINGTON SENTINEL WASHINGTON D C APR 23 1898 1898OonRrcisraaii ISgSf ISgSOonJtleuml1n 898 f Congressman Bart narthold nartholdvoted bold boldvoted voted the other day for war warWonder warWonder Wonder whether the German Germanpapers Germanpapers papers will now go after him too tooPrefers tooPrefers Prefers American Citizenship CitizenshipBy OltlzensblpBy CItL7eflehIPBy By marrying an Englishman EnglishmanMr Mr Sartoris Nellie rin Grant lost her herstatus herstatus status as an American citizen citizenNow citizenNow citizenNow Now that she is a widow she asks asksreinstatement asksreinstatement asksreinstatement reinstatement There ought oughtto to be beno beno beno no difficulty about that The Thedaughter Thedaughter daughter ol Ulysses S Grant is an anAmerican anAmerican anAmerican American anyhow in spite of all alltechnicalities alltechnicalities alltechnicalities technicalities and quirks and quib quibbles qUIbbles quibbles ¬ bles bles...

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

PPI r How s War Would Affoot Women WomorWilliam WomenWilliam WomenWilliam William Le Quetuc Ue1JZ in the e Woman i iJfome at atHome atHome Home JfomeDuring HomeDuring HomeDuring During the talk of 0 war and th thpreparations the thepreparations thepreparations preparations for or war war that have bee beegoing been beengoing beengoing going on for the past few months monthwe monthswe monthswe we have heard nothing and reai reainothing read readnothing readnothing nothing except from the point c cview of ofview ofview view of ormen men No thought has been beeigiven beek1given beengiven given as to how a war warwould would affect affecwomen affectwomen affectwomen women And yet a moments re reflection reflection reflection flection wilt reveal that women an anthe are arethe arethe the chief chicfsuffererll sufferers from rom war They Thejdo Theydo Theydo do not nowadays it is true don doithe donthe donS S the war paint carry the cognakeg cognac cognnckeg cognackeg < keg or shoulder...

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

tl Vli i V J a utv SENTINEL SBNTINBLHenry Henry Grattan Patriot l atrlot ana Imper Imperialist Impcr1lIst Iruperiailat ¬ ialist iailatLord ialistLord 1lIstLord Lord Castleioum in in thcCornhill theCornhilljraPaine thcCornhillMagazine the CoNihi11 CoNihi11Afazazinl Magazine AfazazinlJust MagazineJust jraPaineJust Just one hundred years ago the thename tbename thename name of Grattan was in the mind mindand mindand mindand and on the lips of every man in inIreland inIreland inIreland Ireland Yet the man who bore borethat borethat borethat that name the foremost the most mosteminent mosteminent mosteminent eminent of Irelands sons was wasstanding wasstanding wasstanding standing alool from the tragedy of ofhorrors Gfhorrors cfhorrors horrors that have made 1798 and andthe andthe andthe the succeeding years the sad saddest saddest saddest ¬ dest epoch in Irelands unfortu unfortunate u1fortunate unfortunate ¬ nate history He was undoubtedly undoubtedlyappalled undoubtedlyappalled undoubt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 30 April 1898

t I it J = T 11 11VOL 1 1VOL Y A VOL XXV WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY SAT RDAY APRIL 80 Q O 1898 NO NO45 45 nablnaton Sentinel SentinelPublished Sentinel SentinelPublished enttnet enttnetPublished Published and Edited by byLOUIS byLOUIS bya byLUUI13 a LOUIS SCIIADE SCIAiEAPr8AR5 SCIIADEfcPFKAKS SCIIAUEtPPEAR fcPFKAKS EVKRY EVJUnSATuaD BVRRYSATURDAY BVRRYSATURDAYTERMS SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS V VtERMS TERMS TERMStoo tERMSJ J 6 jo too oa per year ct for f single copy sent byatoll by bymail byual mail to subscribers payable In advanceYATBa advance advanceHATES advanceIATES ual HATES IATES OP ADVBH rISINAarustlnsertiononenchISo nSINO nSINOrirst tISINOIrt rirst arustlnsertiononenchISo Irt Inserton Insertion one inch Jisojsecond Jisojsecondade 150isecondsertlon second secondaertlon sertlon 15 cents Liberal Lberl de deJuetion9 deJuetion9adeforannualadvertisentents auctons auctonsade adeforannualadvertisentents ade for annual advertisements advertsements Special Specialnotices Specal SpecalDl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 30 April 1898

T 1 iiii 1 1IIRI I C TfJl TfJlr TfJlU U 1 g i lr 1 t JIcTlU tn17 r HH SENTINEL JSENTINELWASHINGTON SENTINELWASHINGTON l NlINEL WASHINGTON D C Coo APR 30 o 1898 1898The C898r C898The 898 898The r The Illinois Slants Zultunp Zultunpcelebrated Z ZItIIngceIeTrated ltllnJ ltllnJcelebrated celebrated a week ago its fiftieth fiftiethanniversary firtiethanniversary fiFtiethanniversary anniversary Our congratulations congratulationsWe nsl nslWe We shall follow with our twenty twentyfilth twentyfitth twentyfilth filth in June Tetnpusfttsil TetnpusfttsilUfjlit Templlslll 7eiftsfugiILight iJ iJ1Iht Light 1Iht on the Tariff Bill BUIIn BillIn BIlL BIlLIn In the course of his remarks on onthe onthe onthe the Tariff Tariffbill bill in the House this thisweek thisweek thisweek week Mr Lentz the well known knownDemocratic knownDemocratic knownDemocratic Democratic Congressman from fromOhio fromOhio fromOhio Ohio said saidBut saidBut saidBut But let me give you some more truth trntnabout trutnabout tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 30 April 1898

i T I I T ic 3CM 3CMot Alter ilwWiHiicst est ot Mexico MextcCortez MexicoCortez 1exico1 1exico1Cortez Cortez made his dreadful I man manacross march marchacross marchacross across that broad expanse lyir lyirbetween lYing lYingbetween lyingbetween between the Cordilleras of Chiap Chiapand Chiapas Chiapasand Chiapasand and the bay ot Honduras whic whictoday which whichto whichtoday today to day is a region as little know knowas known knownasWhen knowna3when as asWhen when with untold sufferings tl tlSpanish the theSpanish theSpanish Spanish hosts marched through througits throughits its forests bridged its rivers an antraversed and andtraversed andtrwersed traversed its it low morasses Micway Mid MidWy MidW7 way W7 the conqueror came upon upongreat a areat agreat great reat lake which like a gigantic gigantibowl gi2antlcbowl giganticbowl bowl receives the trickling water waterfrom waters watersfrom watersfrom from the thesurroundingcountry surrounding country fill filling fiUin2 fill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 30 April 1898

J1 J i 1 x 11J 1 1x SENTINEL SENTINELVienna i iVionna Vienna and tbo Aleiinese AleiineseB 1ICnnoeoBFlckAer B BFlckAer Fletcher Flld er Robinson in Cassells Cassclls111avaixe CassellsMagazine CasrellslJJazane Magazine MagazineThere lJJazaneThere 111avaixeThere There is a fascination about aboutVienna aboutVienna aboutVienna Vienna that no one can resist It Itis Itis Itis is the proudest of Imperial cities citiesthe citiesthe citiesthe the guardian of o all that is left oi oithe 01the ofthe the feudal past the capital of the thestrangest thestranRest thestrangest strangest conglomeration of ofnations ofnations ofnations nations ev ever r welded into a Euro European European European ¬ pean Empire since the timt of the theRomans theRomans theRomans Romans For centuries it was thefrontier the thefrontier thefrontier frontier lortress of Christendom Christendombehind Christendombehind Christendombehind behind the stout walls of tvhichthe which whichthe whichthe the followers of the Cross...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 7 May 1898

wv Ii = 0 0I T TI TI 1 I I I WAsHiNTON 11 11I T SENTINEL SENTINELT T vol vnL T 1 XXV X XV WASHINGTON CITY DO D C SATURDAYMAY SATURDAY MAY T 1898 NO UuAr lJnioltn1C11 > iii0ien Sentinel SentinelPublished ScnttnelPublisbed 3cnttIicLPublibed Published and E Edlteo < llteo by byLOUIS byLO LOUIS LO UIS SCHAUE SCHAUETERMS sell SOILADEIPPRARS A DE DEi i LPPIEAlt KVZltYSATUIIDAV KVZltYSATUIIDAVI KVZltYSATUIIDAVERMS I TERMS TERMSt ERMS ERMSIfco t oo P per year ear for single copy sent by byuali byala bywall ala wall uali Ifco I to subscribers payable in advance advanceRATES advanceI advanceATEIS I RATES ATEIS OF ADVK ADVlur riSING flSINQirst riSINGIrst rISINGarst irst insertion one inch i 150plecond 150plecondertion Io5econd Io5econdertioti 50 second secondsertion sertion 75 cents Liberal deductions deductionsa deauctionsade deduCtiOnSadeforannUa1adVerSemefltS a ade adeforannUa1adVerSemefltS le for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices Specialnotices notices 25 cents a line line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 7 May 1898

J l lL r 1 If 1 r1111l11 i ii tIE ENlIN EN1INEL EN1INELWASHINGTON L LWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAY MAWPoet 7 rSgS rSgSPost Post Canteen OanteensThose CanteenThose Those who ted themselves themsdvesracked themselvesracked racked with horror that canteens canteensfor canteensfor for the sale 01 beer and tobacco tobaccounder tobaccounder under strict post surveillance surveillanceshould surveillanceshould should be permitted in army camps campsmay campsmay may study with profit the reorts reortsfrom reortsfrom from Camp Black in New York YorkThere YorkThere There is no canteen there yet so sothe sothe the soldiers accustomed to the in indulgence indulgence dulgence ofa glass 01 beer sought soughtit it in the village of Hempstead HempsteadNaturallv HempstcadNaturally Naturally tttey fell into bad com company cornpany pany and the Provost Marshal in inseekin2 inseeking seeking them was interlered with withby withby by the saloon keepers who aided aidedthe aidedthe the men out of line wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 7 May 1898

j i j rr iI Pelf Pel In the Sea SenC SeaC HeaC C F Holder der in the he Outlook OutfootDuring OutlookDuring OutlookDuring During a visit to one of the isl islands islands i iands ¬ ands off the coast of southern Cal California CalHornia Ca Caiforna ifornia I i found that the fishermen fishermeiwere fishermenwere flshernuwere were in the habit of offeedmg feeding certain certaiiwild certainwild certa certaj j wild animals which in time becanvso became becameso becanso so tame that strangers might a amost al almost almost most think they were domesticated domesticatedThe domesticatedThe domesticateThe The fishermen fed the gulls every everjmorning everymorning eves evesmorning morning when cleaning their fish fishsome fishsome fisl fislI I some of the birds becoming becomingIriendly si sifriendly so sofriendly friendly that thattheyallovthe they allov allo N the men mentouch tc tctouch to totouch touch them while others foliothem follow followthem followthem them out to sea alighting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 7 May 1898

k I SENTINEL SENTINELWild A u uWild Wild Beasts Sktnx Skin In InOomlneree InOomlnerees Commerce CommerceStectafor Commerce CommerceSpectator Spectator StectaforThe SpectatorThe s clalor clalorThe The last few years have seen a amarked amarked amarked marked disappearance from the theleather theleather theleather leather industry ol a form of supply sup supplv supplv plv which should never have havereached havereached havereached reached the dimensions it attained attainedthe attainedthe attainedthe the hides of countless wild wildbeasts wildbeast wildbeasts beasts No one grudges to the thepurposes thepurposes thepurposes purposes of trade the hides ot the thealligator thealligator thealligator alligator or the shark still less lessthose lessthose lessthose those of domesticated animals or orof orof orof of big game killed for food But Butfor Butfor Butfor for more than twenty years yearsthere yearsthere yearsthere there have come to the markets of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica Ameri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 14 May 1898

k WASHINGTON 11 11VOL T SENTINEL SENTINEL7rIT T VOL 7rIT XXV YYV WASHINGTON CITY D 0 SATURDAY MAY 14 1898 HdasblnotonPublished Hdasblnoton Sentinel SentinelPublished entinei Published and Edltea by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEIPPKARS SCHADEPPEARS IPPKARS KV JtvaRYSATUltDAY JtvaRYSATUltDAYrERMS RY SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS TERMS TERMSjco rERMSI I r jco per year for single copy sent by byI1 byl 1r e I1 foo I to subscribers payable In advance advanceMATES advanceI l I MATES ATE8 OF ADVBVXISina ADVBVXISinasertion ADVKlttISINOIlrst Ilrst itrst1nsertIononeinch Insertion one inch1 r5osecond 50i second secondsertlon sertion 75 cents Liberal d dade deauctionsnde deductions deductionsade ade for annual ad advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecialDtlces Specialntices notices 25 cents a line lineAdertisemcnts lineI lineAd I Adertisemcnts Ad ertisements to insure insertion insertionshould insertionI insertionhouhI I should be handed in not later than la laoclock uocloc oclock noon on Thu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 14 May 1898

r C F in I VHK I 11 SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON ENlINEL ENlINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C MAY 14 1898 t8g8Goolt Good Advlac AdvlacDespatches dvloe dvloeDupatches Despatches say that the Conti Continental ncntal nenta powers are now urging urgingSpain urgin urginSpain Spain to end the var surrender surrenderCuba Cuba and Porto Rico and pay 100000000 indemnity There Theretould Thereould tould ould be no better advice for Spain Spainand and the Continental powers could couldnot coul coulnot not render themselves a greater greaterservice greaterservice service than by pressing it The Thewhole whole throne business will be en endangered dangered il this trouble lasts long longTho Tho Iminleratlnn Bill Billwas Billwas was postponed in the House by a avote avote vote ol go 9 ° against 49 49It 49It It should have been voted down downand downand and not left on the calendar to be becalled called up hereafter hereafterWe hereafterVe We Ve need immigration Foreign Foreignsailors Foreignsailors ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 14 May 1898

TITi I Enter Holiday In Crete CreteCourrier CreteCourrer CreteCourrierdes Courrier Courrierdes des E Elats tats Unts UntsFor usFor Urns1For For the Cretans as for all Chris Christians Cuistians Cir Cirtians tians of the Orthodox Church ChurchEaster ChurchEaster ChurcEaster Easter is the greatest religiousie religiousietival religious les lestival testival tival 01 the year It is is also a joy joyous joy joyous Jo JoOtis ¬ ous festival for it fills stomachs stomachsfamished stomachsfamished stomachfamished famished by a fast of forty ortyeight ortyeightdays ortyeigldays eight eightdays days During that period he who whodesires whodesires wI wIdesires desires to follow the rules of the theChurch theChurch t tChurch Church strictly must abstain not notonly notonlv n nonly only from meat but also from frommilk frommlllC froi froimilk milk eggs and fish and must con content cantent cottent ¬ tent himself himsefwith with bread olives and andvegetables andvegdabls an anvegetabls vegetables...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 14 May 1898

i irl rl I r SENTINEL SENTINELAmonn i A 1111 1111Among Among AnIon cbo Japaneio JapaneioCafie JavaneloCa JnpanesoCabe Cafie Ca e Illustrated MarasrneEuropean Masattne MasattneEuropean lIfaJazmeEuropean European journals and even evenReuter evenReuter evenReuter Reuter who ought to know better betterpersist betterpersist betterpersist persist in dubbing his Majestythe MajestytheMikado MajestYtheMikado MajestytheMikado Mikado but as a matter ol fact factthe lactthe factt t the title is almost unknown cer certainly ceretainly certainty ¬ tainly never heard ol in Japan JaparitUnless JapanUnless JapanUnless Unless an audience be obtained obtainedthrough obtainedthroueh obtainedthrough through one of the legations at atTokyo atTokyo atTokyo Tokyo it is difficult for the pass passing passing passing ¬ ing globe trotter to get a glimpse glimpseof 1impseof of his Majesty Occasionally Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬ anese royalty honors a Yokohamaracecourse Yokohama Yokohamaracecourse Yokoha...

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