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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 May 1898

Il T 7 = 4 I WASHINGTON y 11 11VOL SENTJNL SENTJNLVOL 1 1I VOL XXV WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAY MAY 211898 21 1898 NO 48 1IU1R flab1nGtOfl blngton Sentlner Sentlnerpublished entlne entlnePub1ihCd published and Editea by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEPPBARSEVBRVSATURDAY SCIIADEJIPPEARS JIPPEARS PPBARSEVBRVSATURDAY PPBARSEVBRVSATURDAYtERlrlS EVSRYSIURDAV EVSRYSIURDAVTERMS TERMS 1300 300 per year for single copy sent by byIail byI4lail I4lail Iail to subscribers payable payablein in advance advanceRATES advanceMATES RATES OF ADYJtIUISINO ADYJtIUISINOirst ADVZRrISINaiirst iirst irst Insertion one Inch 150i xo second secondsertlon secondsertlon sertlon 75 cents Liberal deauctions deauctionsade deductions deductionsadeforannualadvertlSements ade adeforannualadvertlSements for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices Specialn3tices notices 25 cents a line lineAdertlsements lineAdvertisements Advertisements to Insure insertion insertionsIou1d Iould be handed In not later than 12 12...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 May 1898

± iiii i T l f1 ENTINEL ENTINELWASHlNGTON WASHINGTON D C MAY ai 1898 1898lr I8g81h lr Kollncr Kollncreditor Iollllcreditor editor of ofthe the Philadelphia Dtmo tlHO tlHOknit knit one of the old 1848 stockandan stockand an old friend of ours oursbas has just died diedSo So one alter at ter the other goes goesl goeslPrleuclll Friends of Pel Id sonul 1 Ilrrty III arty rtyshould should remember that if the Dem Democrats Democrnts Detnocrats ocrats had controlled Congress Congressthere there would have been nodonbling no doubling doublingof of ofthe the beer tax That the Repub Republican lican Senators of ofthe the Finance Com Committee Committee mittee granted the 7 754 J per cent centrebate centrebate rebate was merely to prevent the theDemocrats theDemocrats Democrats from doing doin more moreThe The tax taxonconsumptiOnS on consumption consu mption as soon soonas soonas as Democrats get into power will willbe willbe willbe be abolished and a tax on property propertyput propertyput p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 May 1898

ii I ii The Ubybor rUII Jai anti the Afrldl AfrldlMa Mr MrMacntans I Macntans Ma fJans 1Ilazaztlle 1IlazaztlleThe MzaztneThe The Khyber Pass has always alwaysbeen a1w a1wbeen been to Englishmen a place of 01 01repute ill illrepute repute rivalling in Its gloomy gloomysociations as associations sociations the Black Hole of Cal Calcutta C Ccutta cutta or the Well of Cawnpc Cawnpcand Cawnpore Cawnporeand and never did any place appear appearme to tome me to deserve an evil reputation reputationmore reputati reputatimore more truly than the famous pass passas p pas as I 1 first saw aw It one bleak stormy stormydav stori storiday day at the end ot last yearWe year yearWe We were marching up the Khyber Khyberas Khyt Khytas as part of a force destined to clear clearthe cli clithe the Pass and reopen the trade rot rotto route routeto to Afghanistan and knowing that thatat tb tbat at best our occupation must last lastseveral l lseveral several months we r rcgarded garded the thecountrv t tco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 21 May 1898

R m 1 II g l T I TTT r H 1k 1kH f SENTINEL SBNMNBLA A Fenian Memory MemorySojihie lUcluorySo MemorySojihie Sojihie So Jrie L MetcftiloiAin IIfacIlosll in eteravia BeIZ1alllaI eteraviaI I was lounging loun ing on the low wall wallat wallat wallat at Sandymount Strand Ireland Irelandwatching Irelandwatching Irelandwatching watching the water lazily creep creepup creepup creepup up over the yellow sand and in inthe inthe in inthe the distance the cockle pickers pickersbent pickersbent pickersbent bent nearly double at attheir their work worktheir worktheir worktheir their bare legs and bright colored coloredpetticoats coloredpetticoats coloredpetticoats petticoats gleaming in the sun It Itwas Itwas Itwas was my first visit to the distress distresslul distressful distresslul lul country and looking 1001 ng at the thepeacelul thepeaceful thepeaceful peaceful scene belore me I tound toundit loundit toundit it well nigh impossible to imagine imaginethe itnaginethe imaginethe the lair land ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 May 1898

t > WASHINGTON 11 lr SENTINEL SENTINELWASHINGTON T I IVOL VOL XXV WASHINGTON CITY D C SATURDAYMAY 281898 28 1898 NO NO49 49 llmnahington Sentinel SentinelPublished entlncl entlnclPublished Published and Editeo by byLOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEPPZAK8EVRYBATURDA SCHADEPPARB PPZAK8EVRYBATURDA PPZAK8EVRYBATURDArERMS PPARB EVWY SA1URDA a ajooper rERMS rERMS13cOper 13cOper jooper year for single copy sent by byail 1 ualI ail to subscribers payable in advance advanceRATX8 advanceArX8 RATX8 ArX8 OF ADVBBtISlffO ADVBBtISlffOlrst lrst trtlnsertiononeinch Insertion oneinch Isoi i5osecond second secondsertlon sertlon 15 cents Liberal dcauctlons dcauctlonsade cieductions ade for annual advertisements Special Specialoollces Specialnotices notices 25 5 cents a line lineAd Ad ertlsements to Insure Insertion Insertionshould Insertionshould should be handed In not later than 12 12oclock 12oclock oclock noon on Thursday ThursdayOffice Office No 804 E StreetN Street N W WWashlnston Washington D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 May 1898

1 TIlt pNtflNpL NTINEL NTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D c Ml MAY Y 28 t89 t89Thc t89S 0 Thc lIUk In lh tu Cocoanut CocoanutIt It is not hard to explain the theaction action ot the War Department in inscattering scattering its commi commisiOflS sions among amongthe the Sons 01 Somebodies SomebodiesIt It IS politics Alfer is again again a acandidate candidate tor the Presidential Presidentialnomination nomination Every appointment appoiutmentthat that he makes is an anchor to towindward windward windwardPACE e PACE IN VIEW VIEWaUJ ej ejcI cI O NFu1siry aUJ SSIY volt UOUUIJING UOUUIJINGnBI J nBI B1IR < JIt lX lXOur Our UOll Joninorzito orUlo Fvi od In n the I he Sm 1110 01 VIEk olk olkSpain Spain is caving in iii She is w11 w11ing ing to give ive up Cuba Cuba1 but wants to toretain retain Porto Rico and the Philip Philippines pines The lnternl Revenue bill billis is held back on that accoul1t by bythe bythe the Democratic Senators They Theyare are unwilling to give the Admin Administra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 May 1898

Lafii r Ooiibtantlne PobcUonoBtzolT PobcUonoBtzolTAndrew Pobedooo PobedonotzeffAndrew tze1r tze1rAdrew Andrew D O While in the CenturyMagazine Magazine MagazineOn MaJazllleOn d1IagazpeOn On arriving in St Petersburg in inNovember inNove inNovember November Nove ber 1892 there was one oneRussian oneRussian oneRussian Russian whom I more desired desiredto to meet than any other otherCon otherConstantine otherConstantine Con Constantinc stantine Pobedonostzeff For some someyears someyears someyears years I i had seen his name in vari various various van vanous ¬ ous English and American reviews reviewscoupled reviewscoupled reviewscoupled coupled with charges of bigotry bigotrycruelty biaotrycruelty bigotrycruelty cruelty hypocrisy hypocrisyindeed indeed of the themost themost themost most hateful qualities which a ahuman ahuman ahuman human being can possess But the thefact thefact thefact fact remained that he was gener generally generally generally ¬ ally admitted to be the most inf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 28 May 1898

f r ill SENTINEL SENTINELCu Cu Cnba bl i Rcollou Resources ResourcesChieajo rccli rccliCFzicQJo CFzicQJo Times Herald HeraldThe HdralJThe The area of Cuba is about 42000 42000square 42000square square miles Its greatest length lengthis is 760 miles and its breadth ranges rangesfrom rangesfrom from 20 to 135 miles Perhaps Perhapsthere Perhapsthere there is no space of earth the equal equalin equalin in size to Cu Cuha > a that can begin to tocompare tocompare compare with her in the produc production production tion of those things that are useful usefulto usefulto to man Antonio y Morales a anoted anoted noted authority has prepared a atable atable table showing the variety and andquantity andquantity quantity of the staples that can be beraised i iraised raised on a tract of thirtythree thirtythreeacres thirtythreeacres acres ill Cuba A farm ofthat siz sizin size sizein in one year produces thous rids ds 01 01pounds ofpounds pounds of sugar cofle cofleet 6bacco 6baccoc basso bas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 June 1898

r WASHINGTON T SENTINEL SENTINELvnr T TVOL VOL vnr XXV WASHINGTON CITY D DO C SATURDAY S TURDA y JUNE 4 1898 NO LBnebIn U1nablnoton tone toneentinel Sentinel SentinelPublished cntine entinelPublished I IPublished Published and Editeo by byLOUIS byIOUIS byLOUIS LOUIS SCIIADE SCIIADE4PPKARS SOUAEPPKARSKvaRV8ATURDAV SCIIADEiPPYARSEVERVHATURDAV 4PPKARS PPKARSKvaRV8ATURDAV PPKARSKvaRV8ATURDAVIERMS KVKRV SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS TERMS TERMS3oo TERMSroo roo 3oo 30 per year ear for single copy sent by bypH byall nil to subscribers payable in advance advanceATKS advanceraATBB KATES ATKS OP 01 ADVERTISING ADVEIUISINOAlrst ADVEIt18iNGfirst Alrst first irst Insertion Inserton oneincht5o one oneincli inch rsoi 150 second secondcrUon secondertion ertlon 75 cents cenLc Liberal Lberal deductions deductionsade deuuctons deuuctonsade dednctlons dednctlonsade ade for annual annual advertisements advertsements Special SpecialDotces Specialnotices notices Dotces 25 cents cent a line lineAc lne lneertsemen...

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

ITIIiiiI i i14 ENlINEL ENlINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D C JUNE 418gS 418gSL 418gSThe 4 I93 I93The L The 7 12 Per Cent lccblL1U lccblL1Uis Rebatus is s due to the efforts of Mr Gallus GallusThomann GallusThoma Thomann ThomannThe Thoma nfl nflThe The New District 1lconso nlll nlllhas Dliihas has been introduced in Congress CongressPerhaps CongressPerhaps Perhaps want of time will pre prevent prevent vent its passage passalreNextVintor ce ceNoxt NextVintor NextVintorwhen Noxt Vintcr Vintcrwhen when there will be peace in spite spiteof spiteof of the Administration Congress Congresswill Congresswill will have an opp ooprtunity > rtumty to over overhaul overhaul haul the war revenue bill The Theenormous Theenormous enormous amount amountol of mone money which whichthe whichthe the latter collects will then be un unnecessary unnecessary necessary necessaryThe necessaryThe The beer tax increase will be bestruck bestruck struck out For that we have the theI theassurance assurance of the De...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 4 June 1898

1If I J JI J c I An Old Time Prlaon PrlaonThe PlllionThe PrtouTe The LudiateHidden Ludgate LudgateHidden ludzaeHidden Hidden away in an East en ensquare end endsquare c c5quare square the architecture of whoP whoshouses whose whosehouses whoPhouses houses is eloquent of ofthe the domestic domestitastes domestictastes domesttastes tastes of another and an oldc oldctime older oldertime old oldtime time is a prison which was forrr forrrerly Cormerly Iorrerly erly as well known and even mot motdreaded more moredreaded mo modreaded dreaded by malefactors and crirr crirrinals criminals cri criinals inals thanNewfiate than New2ate Theexteric Theextericof The exterior exteriorof exter exterof of this prison which is official officialknown officially officiallyknown officialknown known as The Liberty of he heMajestys her herMajestys hi hiMajestys Majestys Tower and the Frecint Frecintthereof Precintsthereof Precin Precinthereof thereof looks like a sombr sombrprivate sombreprivate sombipriva...

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

jt 2 A JULi SENTINEL SENTINELTbe SRNIN1Li1LlThe The Royal Royallalm Palm of Cuba CubaRobert Ouba1tlo CubaitoberlBliph6 Robert itoberlBliph6 1tlo ert Bliektt BI JM in i Current C JJ nt Literature LiteratureNot LferatflreNot LrleraturtNot Not only is the climate of Cuba Cubafavorable Cubafavorable Cubafavorable favorable to the planting of crops cropswhenever cropswbenever cropswhenever whenever the farmer chooses to toplant toplant toplant plant them and the lands so rich richthat richthat richthat that no fertilization is ever re required required required ¬ quired but nature seems to have havewith havewith havewith with a beneficent hand reared rearedmany rearedmany rearedmany many strange trees and plants to tosupply tosupply tosupply supply the wants of man without withoutthe withouttbe withoutthe the necessity of his planting them themhimself themhimseIt themhimself himself First among these the e are arethe arethe arethe the palms palmssome some twentysix vari varieties varieti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 June 1898

j rw rwVOLXJV I ii WASIIINGTON SENTINEL VOLXJV TflT YT WASHINGTON CITY D C1 0 OSATURDAY 1 SATURDAY JUNE 11 111898 1898 NO NOI1 mnnablt1gton WasMitflton Sentinel SentinelPublished cntlnel cntlnelPublished Published and Edltea by byLOUIS b bLO LOUIS LO U IS SCHADE SCHADEAPPEARS SOJIADEAPPEARS JIPP1tAREVZRVSAIURDAV APPEARS KVRY8A7WRDXV KVRY8A7WRDXVTERMS EvaRVSATURDAVERMS TERMS TERMSf ERMS ERMSf f l xooper ooiper year car for or single copy sent by bymail byual1 mail jo I t subscribers payable payableln in advance advanceRATES advanceMATES RATES OF ADVBB ADVEBIJSINO ADVEBIJSINOIrst XISING XISINGirst tirst < irst insertion one inch inchI50isecond inchI50isecondre isosecond isosecondnertlon zo second secondj j nertlon re rtlon 75 i cents Liberal deductions deductionsmade deauctlonsIade cieJuction I made nadeforannualadvertlseznents for annual advertisements Special Specialnotices Specialnotices notices 25 cents a line lineAdvertisements lineAd Advertisements Ad ertisements to insure In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 June 1898

A ii WL J 1 1 H SENTINEL KENTINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D CJUNE II t898 t898lFTHE 8S 8SIFTIE lFTHE owners of the Holland Hollandsubmarine submarine boat who asked only 75000 for their craft and andyet yet can cannot not sell it to the Government will willput put themselves in in communication communicationwith communicationwith with the brokers who sold Uncle UncleSam Sam the Merrimac for 350000 350000they they may hear of something to totheir their advantage No questions questionsasked asked Tho War ar anti Business BusinessIn In the Northwest the war has hashad had a favorable rather than a de depressing pressing effect on business businessThe businessThe The crop prospects are excellent excellentand excellentand and there is no doubt of Q heavy heavyyield heavyyield yield of ofwheat wheat for which the pro producers producers ducers will realize satisfactory satisfactoryprIces prIces With empty granaries in inEurope Europe the Amer Anerican an farmer will willbe be able to sell hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 June 1898

Queer TradltloUiI TradltloUiIAlthough TrftafttGuAlthough Although legend and supersti superstition super superI tion have left only a trace of their theirexistence th thexistence I existence to this age of knowledge knowledgeand knowlec knowlecand and progress yet it is amusing amusing and andinstructive 4 instructive to recl11 the fanci fanciand anc Iful Ifuland and pretty myths that the minds mindsof of all classes scarcely questioned questionedThey question questionThey They say it was from the w weepi weepiwillow eping epingwillow willow that the rods were made madewith m mwith with which the Saviour Saviourscourged was wasscourged scourged and from that time timehas it ithas has drooped its branches with withsh1me w wf f shame Washington Irving relates relatesin relat relatin in his life ot the prophet that thatthe at atthe the age of three years while Mo Mohammed l lc c hammed was playing in the fields fieldswith flel flelwith with his fosterbrother two ang angin angels angels...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 11 June 1898

r A uJu SENTINEL SENTINELScaPflo 1 1A ScaPflo sonPoople sonPoopleWhy le leWhy Why is it we hear hearnothingof nothin 01 the themermaid themermaid mermaid in our day Is It true truethat truethat that it has become extinctj extinct that thatthe thatthe the voice ofthe of the siren is no longer longerheard longerheard heard where it once led the un unwary unwary + wary on treacherous shoresj shores that thatsailors thatsailors sailors wedded to the behefthat belief that ithas It Ithas has its home in the sea now search searchin searchin in vain for this curious creature creatureThe creatureThe The prudent man hesitates to give givel give givea l a l definite answer for less than fifty fiftyyears fiftyyears years ago a school of mermaids mermaidswas mermaidswas was seen on the coast of Scotland Scotlandand Scotlandand and it is but sixty years since the tl1elast thelast last catch was made Still there thereis thereis is the fact that in our day no mer mermaid mermaid maid has ben seen T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 June 1898

V S WASHINGTON jl jlVOL T SENTINEL SENTINELCL T VOL CL V WASHINGTON CITY D C S SATURDAY TURDA y JUNE 18 1898 T NO 2 Wn91 aanIInotofl lngton Scntinel ScntinelPublisbed cnnn cnnnPublished cnuncL Published and Edited by f fLOUIS jiLOUIS LOUIS SCHADE SCHADEIPPKARS SCUAElPPKARS IPPKARS KVBRV JtvaavsATURDAV JtvaavsATURDAVERMS VE1VV SATURDAY SATURDAYTERMS TERMS TERMS3oo ERMS ERMSjoo 3oo oo per per year ear for single copy sent by bynail byIJla IJla usall nail joo I to subscribers payable In advance advanceBATES advanceI1ATES BATES OP 01 ADVEB HSINO tISINOirst I Isertion xirst irst Insertion ol1einch 150isecond 150isecondliertion iosecorid iosecoridsertion sertion 75 cents LiDerni Liberal aeuucuuusf deauctions deauctionsmade deductions madefor made for annual annualadvertisements advertisements Special Specialnotices SpecialnotIces notices as cents a line lineAth Advertisements Ath Ad ertlsements to insure insertion Insertionshould insertionshould should be handed in not later than 12 12ocl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 June 1898

H s r H S SENTINiL SENTINiLWASHINGTON NrINEL NrINELWASHINGTON WASHINGTON D CUNE 18 r898 r898I 89S 89Sl3lanco I T l3lanco IRnco 8aY8 8aY8he Sn7 Sn7he he will burn Havana rather than thansurrender thansurrender surrender it and it is expected that thatAmericans thatAmericans Americans and Cubans now In Inprison inprison prison there will be massacred massacredwhen massacredwhen when the crisis comes A brief briefand briefand and formal tote from Washington WashingtonInforming Washingtoninforming Informing the Captain General that thatn n rope will be his reward in such suchcase suchcase case would have a tempering eRect eRectupon ellectupon upon his fiery and chivalrous spirit spiritThfl spiritTli Thfl Tli Great Wrong WrongdoneSenator Vlunlldone done doneSenator Senator Hill 01 New York Yorklast Yorklast last year when the credit for hay having haying ing at 3 oclock on the morning of ofthe oFthe the Fourth of March 18 1897 de def defeated f feated ated the infamous Morse bill billwas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 June 1898

J r I Jr Jw I JII I J I i 7 Animal A ntrnat Acclimatization at Woburn WoburnAbbey Wobulnf WoburnAbbt7 Abbey AbbeyDuring AbbeyDuring Abbt7During f During the last four years the theDuke theDuk theDuke Duke Duk of Bedford has carried out outa a scheme of animal acclimatization acclimatizationin in the th park ot Woburn Abbey on ona ona ona a scale never before attempted in inthis in inthis inthis this country Birds as well as asquadrupeds asquadrupeds asquadrupeds quadrupeds are the subjects of ofthis ofthis ofthis this experiment and the magnifi maeruficent magnificent magnificent cent pheasants of India and an China Chinahaunt Chinahaunt Chinahaunt haunt the woods in large numbers numbersBut numbersBut numbersBut But the greater number of the theanimals theanimals theanimals animals arc various kinds inds of deer deerof deerof of which no fewer than thirtyone thirtyonespecies thirty thirtyone5pecies one onespecies species are in the open park or orpaddocks orpaddocks orpaddocks padd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Washington sentinel. — 18 June 1898

t SENTINEL SENTINELAmerloan JL JLJLJL JLJLJLAmerican u uAmerkean American Antiquities AnttquttlesAlthough AntiquitiesAlthough AntlqnltlelJAltbou Although Altbou h but little is known of ofthem ofthem ofthem them America as well as her older oldersisters oldersisters oldersisters sisters can boast of ruins which whichwhile whichwhiIe whichwhile while they cannot be compared comparedwith comparedwith comparedwith with those ol Egypt Greece GreeceRome GreeceRome GreeceRome Rome and other ancient countries countriesin in grandeur randeur and magnificence yet yettend vettend yettend tend to show that this continent continentmust continentmust continentmust must have been inhabited by a arace arace arace race or tribe of people in a tar more moreadvanced moreadvanced moreadvanced advanced state of civilization than thanthat thanthat thanthat that in which Columbus and the theearly theearIy theearly early discoverers found them In Inmany Inmany Inmany many parts of the country are arefound...

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