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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

(Polo (or tbe Cbiloren. To the child giving the best answer to the question M Who was (or is) the greatest person of the Nineteenth Century?" we will give a $2.50 gold piece. Contestants must be under 15 years of age, and their parents or nearest relative must be subscribers to this paper. Reasons to the extent of 40 words may accompany the answers, which will be received up to and including December 31st. The name of the winner will be announced January 6th. IRicbmonb IRewsThe remains of Mr. A. Arnheim, of Tarboro, N. C, who died in that place last Saturday, arrived in Richmond Sunday evening. The interment was in the Hebrew Cemetery, the funeral being held in the mortuary chapel Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Piatt celebrated the first anniversary of their marriage last Sunday night at their residence, No. 9 south Morris street. A number of friends were present, and with music, refreshments, and social converse the evening was quite pleasantly passed. Zbc Congreo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

-icntnai, vtiiiiam _ertsiey, Alfred Curtm Hirsh, Benj. F. Teller; Beth Emeth, Albany, N. V.-Isaac Brillman, Jacob S. Friedman, Julius Laventall, Henry W. Lipman, Simon W. Rosendale, Bernard Stark, Isaac Waldman; Berith Kodesh, Rochester, N. V.—Rev. Dr. Max Lansberg; Gates of Mercy, D. 0. J., New Orleans, La.—» Henry S. Hutzler, # E. Raab, *Isaac Held; Benai Jeshurun, Newark, N. J.—Rev Joseph Leucht; Oheb Sholem, Baltimore, Md.—Dr. Joseph Blum, Sylvan H. Lauchheimer, Rev. William Rosenau, Henry Sonneborn, Isaac Strouse; Beth El, Alexandria, Va.—lsaac Eichberg; Baltimore Hebrew, Baltimore, Md.—Rev. Dr. T. Schanfarber, Mrs. F. Schanfarber; Isaiah Temple, Chicago, 111.-Rev. Dr. Joseph Stolz; Hebrew Friendship, Harrisonburg, Va.—William Loeb; Bene Israel, Tarboro, N. C—D. Lichtenstein. Delegates whose names are marked with an asterisk (*) are proxies residing in Richmond. Each announcement in the report of the Committee on Permanent Organization was received with loud cheers, and it was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

the Doctor, "and the convention should catch the inspiration." Dr. Berkowitz yielded the floor before finishing his subject, in order that the Hon. Simon Wolf might address the convention. -^^ At the conclusion of his address Mr. Wolf was loudly applauded, and a motion that his address, should be printed with the proceedings ot the convention was at once adopted. A further motion to the effect that the Jewish press of the country should be asked to reproduce it in its entirety was also adopted. Dr. Wise moved that 100,000 copies of the address be printed and circulalated. Referred to the Finance Committee. Dr. Berkowitz then resumed the floor, and offered a resolution providing for the appointment of a committee on synagogue extension. The resolution went to the Committee on Circuit Preaching. The president appointed Rev. Dr. Joseph Silverman, Nathan Drucker and David Marx a committee to consider the resolution of Dr. Silverman in regard to the erection of a national monument to the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

composed. Dr. Heller doubted the wisdom of promulgating such a report. Dr. Silverman said Zionism is a political movement and should be condemned openly, and Mr. Teller coincided with his views. Dr. Myer also advocated decided action. Dr. Wise explained that a dangerous phase of the matter is that the secular press is creating an impression that the Jews of America are preparing to go to the Holy Land. Dr. Aaron claimed that the Union had nothing to fear from making enemies. He objected to that portion of the report which characterized Washington as Jerusalem. Rabbi Tvor could see no reason for adopting the resolutions." To do so would be to throw doubt upon the patriotism of the large number of Jews who are Zionists. Dr. Philipson, chairman of the committee, said the discussion had made him doubly in favor of adopting the report. Zionism is the question of the hour, and political Zionism must be opposed. Rev. Dr. Krauskopf stated that as an American he was opposed to Zionism, but t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Publisher, 826 EAST MAIN STREET. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Entered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Vs., as second class matter. A MERRY CHANNUKAH ! WHAT HAS become of our old friend, the Hebrew Globe, of Syracuse, N. Y.? We have not received it for several moons. Has it ceased to revolve ? In stamping the Zionistic movement with its positive disapproval, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations has flatly contradicted those who all along have claimed that that body was simply "a machine for grinding out rabbis." Had the convention accomplished nothing else its time would have been well spent. From the Jewish Publication Society we have its latest work, " Lost Prince Almon," by Louis Pendleton. This is one of the stories submitted in the $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

M. _ola 4 Max Nordau, another famous writer, dipped his pen in concentrated gall, and wrote of the wrongs of Dreyfus and the corruption of the French army. Madame Dreyfus smiled. The rest—the flight of Esterhazy, the arrest of Henry, the mysterious suicide—or was it assassination ?—we know. The ball set rolling by the wife has grown to a wondrous size. And Madame Dreyfus? The plucky little wife is radiant with joy. A year ago when everything looked gray, and hope was almost dead, she wrote : "I am convinced of my husband's absolute innocence, and mean to prove it. Jehovah will, ere long, crush his enemies, and restore him to me!" In a charming village near Paris, within sight of grim Mont Valerien, where the forger, Colonel Henry, came to his dishonored end, Lucie Eugenic Dreyfus and her children have quietly lived on, while the mills of the gods have slowly ground out a portion of the truth. There—now in radiant hope—the little wife still waits.— Boston Transcript. Gbe Con.regatton...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 December 1898

DRIXK . .. Buetoin gdo.'g BEER. Fa in if v Trade a Spec to ft if. Rothert&Co. FURNITURE. CARPETS, STOVES. Fourth and Broad Streets. New 'Phone 162 ELBERT C. WALTHALL. No. 6 8. Tenth St., Bookbinder«_ Blank-Book __i___i__r SPECIALTY: Binding Prayer Books. TRY . . . Richmond Steam Laundry 318 and 3_o N. Seventh St. 3grgg£g| ■_-'_!-_?»- SEND YOUR PRINTING TO THIS OFFICE. LEADERS IN 711 and 713 East Broad Street. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. BCHBDULB IN EFFECT NOV. 20, 1898. LEAVB BYRD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M., Daily, for Washington and points North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers to New York. 8:L'o A. M M Sunday only, for Wa»hington and points North. Stops at Elba, Glen Allen, Aahland, Tavlorsville, Doswell, Kuther Glen. Penola. Millord. Woodslane, Guinea. Summit, Fred ericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater H:*s A .VI.. Daily, except >unday, for Washing j ton and points North. Stops at Klba. Ashland, Taylorsville. Doswel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

Ij Friday. December ,* ~0, IPIIHHI HHHIHHBK ULCEMBER ]■&, 1898. fc 3 g RICHMOND* >-w—A E VIRGINIA. 3 I y iiUiliiUiUitliUiiiiui iE VOLUME 10. 3 .^^^__|—l_ ■ _l ■"1 I NUMBER S3. 3 \JL CXJ.» HUttUiUUiUliUUi^ MANN & BROWN, • FLORISTS. No. 5 W. Broad Street. ITete 'Phone 1818. /-. _ _. o.d >m<ne aa». Greenhouses, New Reservoir.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

<3010 for tbe Gbtlorcn. To the child giving tlu* best answer to the ques»> tion "Who was (or is) the greatest person of the Nineteenth Century?" we will give a $2.50 gold piece. Contestants must be under 15 years of age, and their parents or nearest relative must he subscribers to this paper. Reasons to the extent of 40 words may accompany the answers, which will be received up to and including December 31st. The name of the winner will be announced January 6th. _br. __c_cr t»cllcr H>ies suobenl_. At 10:20 o'clock yesterday morning Mr. Meyer Heller died suddenly in the store of his nephews, the Messrs. May Brothers. Though not in the best of health for some years, he was apparently as well as usual yesterday morning, when he collapsed and fell to the floor. Medical aid and friends came to his assistance, but they were.. of no avail, and in a few moments he was dead. Mr. Heller was between 50 and 60 years of age, and was born in Germany. He was preced...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

said: " Unfortunately, our knowledge of the manner in which business was actually conducted, of the origin of bills of exchange, and the system of accounts, is much more limited than that of coins. The earliest banking records we possess date back to the time of Nebuchadnezzar. The custom appears then to have been to record transactions very briefly on clay tablets, which were then deposited in a Government office. The office was uncovered during the excavations at Babylon, and I have here a few of the tablets, which I will read to you. Loan of 2s. 3d. of a mana of coined silver by Nausuminkum to Bani'lsat, daughter of Nabu-usatu, at an interest of one shekel monthly upon the mana 4th day of Sivan, Bth year of Darius. Loan of five mana of silver by Nabuzer-iddin. "chief of the dagger-bearers" (rabnas-patrutu) to Bel-na-s.r The money to be repaid in instalments of a shekel and a half, beginning in Nisan 15th day of Tebet, 34th year of Nebuchadnezzar (3.) Loan of corn by Labals to Bab...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

mon stores in proportion by exchanging tickets for supplies. And, mind you, if a member wanted to leave the community he could redeem whatever tickets he had on hand, part in cash and part in goods. This last provision was absolutely necessary in order to make a man feel that if his own or his family's health required a change of climate, or any other contingency came up that necessitated him leaving us, his years of labor in the community would not leave him without resources to fall back upon. "Well, to come back to the main story, Robertson was made a full-fledged Fraternal Worker, and he buckled down in good earnest. When he changed his old clothes he seemed to throw off his slouchy walk and lazy habits; and it was really surprising how much work that man would get through in a day. Always ready with a song or a joke, he soon made friends with everybody, and 'Happy' Robertson (as everyone called him) came to be considered a great acquisition to the community. "He had hardly been...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

rpnae which forswears relation to orconnection with poverty,.were unknown. Faults no doubt they had but a more kindly, noble-hearted set of men, in their* own sphere, than the Spanish and Portuguese Jews about a hundred years ago, never had exfsted. J ' Ihe restlessness and over sensitiveness of ludah Agavedo was a subject of as much surprise to his naw*M_ of regret to his father. Sole heir to immense wealths-unencumbered with business-nothing to occupy him but his own uncommon mental power-dignified in figuri-a most winwho,rrf ncr T- c " He ° hOSe t0 CXCrt k ' y« ™ his whole■ hfc; embittered by the morbid sensitiveness he regarded his most unfortunate lack of all attraction in face and feature. He was absolutely and disagreeably plain; we would say ugly, did we not so exceeding dislike the word. Yet there were tunes when the glow of mind, or still more warmly of heart, would throw such a soft and gentle expression oyer the almost deformed features, that their natural disfigurement ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Pubisher, 826 EAST MAIN STREET. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Entered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. IT MAY seem rather strange, but those of our people who observed Channukah made light of it. Anti-Semitism does not always pay. The mayor of Algiers was suspended from office for one month by theprefet for his extreme utterances against the Jews. The Minister of the Interior went the local officer two better and increased the term of suspension to three months. Thb "greatest of American humorists —the intelligent compositor"—got in his work last week on the Jewish Progress, San Francisco. The leading article in that journal was "The Jew's Excuse for Being," but in carrying it over to the fourth page from the first, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

I many nations who have been guilty of the grossest cruelty to the Jews have been justly punished for their misdeeds, and owe their decline chiefly to the barbarous treatment meted out to your people. It has been publicly alleged that I, speaking of the Jews* have termed them 'the modern knights of the road !' I assure you that this is a scandalous lie. I hold far different opinions about your race. * * * "< Si S ned ) Napoleon. "Kowno, 18th May, 1812." Some Chinas about Tlßlocog. Words are queer things in some respects. Perhaps you think that they have alwayshad thesame meaning. For instance, that "prevent" and "charity" and "pitiful," and many others I could mention, "always meant just what they do nowadays. If you think this, you greatly mistake. Some words have, in the course of several years so changed their signification that they mean the very opposite of what they used to. There is the common word "prevent." It comes from the Latin words venir, to go, and pre, bef...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 December 1898

ORIIfK ... Brewing (k's BEER. Family Trade a Speciaftif. Rothert&Co. FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES. Fourth and Broad Streets. New 'Phone 152 -•- —- - - - — ELBERT C. WALTHALL. No. 6 S. Tenth St., Bookbinder M Blank-Book m§il____i_: SPECIALTY; Binding Prayer Books. TRY... Richmond Steam Laundry 318 and 320 N. Seventh St. SEND TOUR PRINTING TO THIS OFFICE. Sydnor d Hundley leaders in \, M ■> :i ,:^''^;,;^.'..;'S 711 and 713 East Broad -Street- '*' •'■ RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EHFECT NOV. 20, IK9B. LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M , Daily, for Washington nnd points North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers to New York. d:2D A. Iff., Sunday only, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Glten , Allen, Ashland, Taylorsville, Lfonwell, Ruther Glen, Penola, Millord, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fredericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater H:+s A. M., Daily, except Sunday, tor Washington "anil points North. Stop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 December 1898

< Friday ■■■>■•■ DECEMBER S3, 1898. glllftHlHWffHWfffff^ | £ RICHMOND, i| | H VIRGINIA. 3 _L fao —r '§uuuuiuuuiuuuiiß 1 | VOLUME 10. 3 __£__. %■*__•_ _ _ -_■"■ | no-berm. VZj*o|JLl__lL. suuaiuiuiuuimuuif n in »> i *^———___—__ MANN & BROWN, FLORISTS. No. 5 W- Broad Street. Jfew 'Phone 1819. n , oia 'Phone 359. Greenhouses, New Reservoir.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 December 1898

IMcbmonb flews. Mrs. Daniel Lisberger was in the city this week visiting relatives. Mr. Henry S. Hutzler will spend the holidays in the mountains of Virginia. The manage of Miss Rowena Lisberger, of this city, and Mr. Block, of Pocahontas, Va., will take place in January. Mr. A. Whitlock has left for Cincinnati, where he will assist in establishing a branch of the American Tobacco Company. Misses Florence Myers and Helen Bzekiel left yesterday for Washington to spend the holidays with the Misses Goodman. A meeting of the Hebrew Cemetery Board was to have been held last Sunday, but the sickness of Mr. Morris, president of the board, prevented. Miss Helen Thalhimer, who has been attending St. Joseph's Academy, Bmmittsburg, Md., will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, 1007 west Grace street. There will be an entertainment at the Jefferson Club on the night of December 31st, for members and their gentlemen friends. The feature of the evening will be a dinner with vaudeville ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 December 1898

thrice or four times as much. Is it not far better, far more dignified, far more pleasant, for the rabbi to receive a salary as large as the congregation can afford to give him, reckoning upon no fees whatever? Will not the congregations be strengthened and improved by this the only logical and respectable position ? We believe in the elevation of the pulpit above petty sordidness. The rabbi is entitled to a good, generous livelihood, for he devotes his whole time and all of his energies to his congregation. But it is the congregation with which he has formed the bond of union. He has a right to look to it for the support and for his following. His time belongs to it and to no individuals who think they can "hire" the rabbi for five ot ten dollars to do their bidding. The fee-system has led to some frightful abuses. Some have fallen so low as to pay a commission for "business" brought in. We know of one of these " brokers " approaching a certain rabbi, who w< ul 1 have se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 December 1898

ble, unless you want very badly to believe otherwise, to reject the uncompromising story of those bare rocks, or to think that anything ever grew here from the beginning of geological time. Nor has the landscape any impressiveness, the grandeur of mighty masses of infinite distances. Except for the beauty of the clear light and the blue sky there is nothing bnt a dreary, depressing monotony of ugliness. At last, as the train goes picking its way among boulders, climbing all the time, you turn a corner and come by the side of another narrow stony valley, which only differs from a hundred others in the respect that dotted about it are little detached houses of European fashion standing amidst patches of cultivation. You have come to another German colony, the one on the outskirts of Jerusalem. There is a road which has been made by the simple plan of clearing a harrow track of some of the loose stones and piling them in a ridge on either side. There are even fields—little fields which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 December 1898

r heart against my husband, his brother, to serve his vile purposes; and you asked me if I refused him when, being once more free to wed, he dared pollute me with his abhorred addresses. Julian, mv fair cousin, have you so forgotten Inez ?" "Iflhad.thatindignantburst would have recalled her; but of insult, remember, I knew nothing You were married when so young, to a man so much older than yourself, that when I heard of his death, three years ago, I fancied, as you know is often the case with us , yo uld haye marr . ed w years " SUUable ** P ° int ° f ua,ities and 1 U{tßh]e l cousin mine. If I did not love my husband I respected, honored him ; yes, loved him, too, as a father; but as for Don Pedro' as men call him, Julian, I would have trusted the t-nder mercies of the inquisition sooner than I would him, and so I told him." "You could not have been so mad '" "In sober truth, I was feeling too thoroughly indignant to weigh my words. It matters not he dare not work me harm, for the s...

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