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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

IRtcbmonb flews. Miss Sadie Glass, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her uncle, Mr. Levi Hexter. Mrs. L. R. Schwerin, of Philadelphia, is visiting her father, Mr. Frank Leibermuth. Miss Bertha J. Alexander, of Joliet, 111., is the guest of Mrs. J. K. Fisher, 1210 Floyd avenue. A very pleasant full-dress sociable was in progress at the Jefferson Club Thursday night as we went to press. There is some improvement in the condition of Mr. Leonard Syele, who is very ill in New York with pneumonia. Mr. Isadore Cohen and Miss Ray Cohen will be married next Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock at Ntw Market Hall, Mr. D. S. Lisberger, of Danville, a former Richmonder was in the city this week to attend the marriage of his sister. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ullman and little daughter are n Cincinnati. On their way there they visited relaives in Harrisburg, Pa. The young ladies tendered their gentlemen friends i german at the Jefferson Hotel last Tuesday night, it was an extremely enjoyable affair. The annual me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

Zbe JSabassek Jew. Yes, that's it. Old Mrs. Minz was brought to Babazsek as a "Jew," at the salary of forty florins, because there was no Jew in Babazsek. She had to . be procured at any price. The thing happened this way. Babazsek is a miniature town, which is distinguished from the Hungarian villages surrounding it" by the title given to its judge, who is addressed as mayor, and on a certain day in the year one or two pieces of cattle are driven from the surrounding villages .to the market-place,««nd that oh that same day the ginger-cake maker from Solar, Samuel < Plokar, makes his appearance, displays his wares, consisting of ginger-bread hearts, soldiers and era-" ( dies, which were sold in less than no time. Expressed . tersely,.Babazsek had its annual fair. Every native of. Babazsek is not a little proud of that fair. It r' divides the calendar year in the events of the world iuto two parts. So that one partis made to occur so and so: many days before the fair, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

Yes, that's it. Old Mrs. Minz was brought to Babazsek as a "Jew," at the salary of forty florins, because there was no Jew in Babazsek. She had to .be procured at any price. The thing happened this way. Babazsek is a miniature town, which is distinguished from the Hungarian villages surrounding it by the title given to its judge, who is addressed as mayor, and on a certain day in the year one or two pieces of cattle are driven from the surrounding yillages.tothe market-place.-and that ori that same day the ginger-cake maker from Solar, Samuel t Plokar, makes his appearance, displays his wares, consisting of ginger-bread hearts, soldiers arid cradles, which were sold in less than no time. Expressed . tersely, .Babazsek had its annual fair. Every native of Babazsek is not a little proud of that fair. It divides the calendar year in the events of the world •ittto two parts. So that one partis made to occur Kand so- many.days before the fair, and the other, rt afterward. As, for instanc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

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. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Entered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. WT PINT this week the "counterfeit presentments" of the heads of the three representative Jewish institutions of Richmond. The congregation represents the religious side of the community, the old folks' home the charitable, and the club the social. As a rule the membership of one is that of all. So happy a combination is but another proof of the adaptability of the Jew to all things, which is said by those who know him to be one of his characteristics. With this issue The Jewish South begins the sixth year of its existence. To no special merit of our own, but rather to the indulgence of a liberal constituency, do we attribute our survival. • We present...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

IB SbrewO "Roumanian, hstead of writing an essay on the social disturbm, I will tell you a story of an Odessa Jew. It iltold to-day by an Englishman who ha_ lived in lern Europe for twenty years, and it was suged by the rather time-worn remark that he must > shrewd man who could outwit a Jew in acombial transaction. [_c Russian Government was preparing to make tw railway extension and had need of a large iber of railroad timbers, to be delivered at Odessa, dvertised for bids on the contract for supplying |carloads of the timbers, and it was specified that government would haul the material to Odessa I the timber country, which is far inland, prong for that purpose ten trains of forty-nine trucks feme twenty speculative men in and around ssa put in bids. On the day set for the letting of contract the bids were opened. They ranged a 90 to 105 kopecks, all except one bid, put in by les Ravinszk for 55 kopecks a timber, or if that ot the correct figure, about one-half of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

B-stead of writing an essay on the social disturbE,I will tell you a story of an Odessa Jew. It fiold to-day by an Englishman who hail lived in Kern Europe for twenty years, and it was sug■ed by the rather time-worn remark that he must I shrewd man who could outwit a Jew in a com■lie Russian Government was preparing to make It railway extension and had need of a large Bber of railroad timbers, to be delivered at Odessa. jflvertised for bids on the contract for supplying fccarloadsof the timbers, and it was specified that government would haul the material to Odessa I the timber country, which is far inland, proBg for that purpose ten trains of forty-nine trucks Some twenty speculative men in and around jess a put in bids. On the day set for the letting of ■contract the bids were opened. They ranged B 90 to 105 kopecks, all except one bid, put in by Bes Ravinszk for 55 kopecks a timber, or if that ■lot the correct figure, about one-half of the next ■rest bid. The other bidders were d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 January 1899

Family Trade a Specialty. New 'Phone 152~= ELBERT C. WALTHALL. No. 6 S. Tenth St., Bookbinder M Blank-Bnnk Manufacturer SPECALIY : Binding Prayer Books. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN KIFECT NOV. 'JO. IS9B. LEAVE B\ RD-STRKET STATION. .'<:33 A. M., Daily, for Washington and point* North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers to New York. *:'JO A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and points North. Stops at Hiba, Glen Allen, Ashland, Taylorsville. Doswell, Ruther Glen, Penola. Mil ord. Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fred ericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater ->:+." A. M., Daily, except Sunday, for>W__myton and points North. Stops at Elba, Ashland, Taylorsville. Dos well, Kuther (YUm, P«u«l«, -Milford. Woodslane. Guinea, Summit. Kieriericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater. Pullman car. 1 -':<)() M. Daily, except Sunday, for Washing ton and points North. Stops at Blba, Gin Allen, Ashland, Do. ~ el . Millord, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

f « ,day - | JANUARY SO, 1899. E RICHMOND, 3 ST VIRGINIA. 3 a V» ___=__- TMitmiMiiiiiiiimC J eA*ri„_*li | _—-v . - ! | VOLUME U. 1 ______^^fkl-lfl-l g NUMBERS. H > __L __L_-» . F;i_uuuu_ui___ tttfflaiiri (far ris*^ WORK DELIVERED IN 48 HOURS FROM RECEIPT OF ORDER. A Copper-plate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards, for $1 00 Plate and 100 Cards, 1 3lt Address per line, extra, %5 llyou furnish Plate—so Cards, KO 100 " .-.--• S3 CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER. Write for Prices on WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, CARDS, etc. H. T. EZEKIEL, P. O. Box 557. H2(i E Main Street. MANN & BROWN, FLORISTS. No. 5 W. Broad Street. wd'rb*£?s*»*' Greenhouses, New Reservoir. A. J. WRAY, Importer and Manufacturer of Marbled Granite. CEMETERY WORK A SPECIALTY. Nos. 328 and 330 S. Cherry St., RICHMOND, VA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

IRicbmonb Wews. Miss Etta Rosendorf is visiting friends in Baltimore. Mr. Fred. S. Myers is expected home from Mexico in a day or two. Messrs. P. Whitlock and I. H. Kaufman were this week re-elected directors of the Metropolitan Bank. The engagement of Miss Genevieve Raab, of this city, to Mr. Gus.S. Ullman, of Chicago, is announced. No cards. Mrs. Oberdorfer, who recently returned from Europe, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldenberg. Messrs. M. B. Rosenbaum, P. Whitlock, and L. Z. Morris have betn re elected directors of the Virginia Trust Company. The Hebrew Cemetery has received from the executors of the late Marx Nelson the sum of $500, the amount bequeathed in his will. The annual meeting of the Hebrew Home for the Aged and Infirm of Richmond, Va., will beheld in the assembly room of the Beth Ahaba synagogue Sunday afternoon, February 12th. At the recent annual meeting of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce Mr. L. Z. Morris was reelected first vice-president and M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

i popular place of amusement, under the management I of Mr. Jake Wells, has met with universal favor since Bits inauguration two weeks ago. The third week ■commences next Monday night with another splenI did vaudeville bill. Duffy Sawtelle and Duffy, one of the cleverest acts ion the vaudeville stage, will probably be the hit. ■Master Duffy in his cute act is declared to be the ■brightest child actor ever seen on a stage. Collins End Biren, the Sisters Mahr, the Raymond Trio, ■Grant and Norton, and other splendid turns, with ■the assistance of the vitagraph, the great picture ■machine, make up the programme. Popular prices ■are the rule at the house. Solicits _out Xaunorg TKHorh. Mr. Charles A. Ezekiel is now with the Eclipse Ikraundry, No. 1207 west Main street, and solicits She patronage of his friends. 'Phones: New, 590; 2>eatb of Abr. B. Itadoen, Mr. A. Kadden, one of Petersburg's most respect■d and substantial citizens, died in that city last SunWay morning after an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

common run of emigrants, but a large number were men of education and thrift, of progressive ideas and high ideals. Energetic, pushing, practical, they were of the material to succeed, and as they rapidly increased tbeygr, dually disputed the supremacy with their American born brethren, who were limited in numbers, until they became the i epresentative element, particularly in the West and East. In the South, where the American Jewish stock was more strongly intrenched, it was not until after the civil war that the German and Polish element formed the majority. From the social, the religious, and the charitable points of view, the German made himself a paramount factor. New synagogues began to be formed, as he and his associates from Bavaria, Bohemia and other German-speaking provinces spread over the country. Some of the largest and most important congregations in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and Cincinnati date back to their settlement. No less decisive for Jewish benevolent in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

tend the Hebrew Free Schools of New York, all of whom of school age are pupils of the public schools. Similar societies, or kindred in scope, exist in Philadelphia, Chicago, Baltimore, St. Louis, San Francisco, Cleveland, Newark, Paterson, Boston, Brooklyn, Cincinnati, etc. A remarkable recent phase of American Judaism, which is full of hope for the future, is the organization of the Jewish Women's Council, an outgrowth of the World's Fair at Chicago. It numbers now about 6,000 members, with fully fifty sections or branches. Its aims are educational, benevolent and religious. Its different local branches are subdivided into circles, which meet regularly for the study of philanthropic problems, for reading papers on Jewish history, literature and general ethics, and for classes in Hebrew and the Bible. In many of the cities, kindergarten, religious classes for poor children, and other forms of activity are under the auspices of the local sections. Many of the women of the council are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

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 Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Entered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. OUR friend, Jewish Sentiment, in reply to a query, falls into a common error, and states that the nineteenth century ends on the last day of this year. As a matter of fact it ends at midnight of December 31st, 1900, and the reason therefor is obvious. The first year of the first century was not 0, but 1. This being so, the year 100, not 99, ended the first century. Had it ended with 99, there would only have been that number of years and not 100 in it. This being so, each century in turn begins with 01, and not with00. THE New York Herald was evidently outwitted by a smart advertiser last Sunday. That journal has long had a standing rule that nothing wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

! n other races, command respect? Inasmuch as many thousands of stores in the United States are owned by Jews, there must be a good many fires in ; stores owned by Jews. It is high time for the press of this country to lift itself out of the vile habit of perpetrating jokes on a race that has deserved no malice at our hands. The lews have borne an honorable part in our history (from the coloniol era to this day. In war and in [peace, in statecraft, in science, in literature, and the [arts— in all that has built up and strengthened this republic—the Jew has done his part. Why should he ;be outraged in drama, slandered in romance, vilified |$n alleged humor? Why can't we leave all that to the anti-Semitic gangs in continental Europe?— tashington Post, > The way in which common people read their bles is just like the way that the old monks thought hedge hogs ate grapes. They rolled themselves (it was said) over and over, where the grapes ■ay on the ground. What fruit stuck t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 January 1899

LEADERS IN 711 and 713 East Broad Street. /> ni.xk ... snegk; Brewing Co. '$ BEER. m SEND YOUR RINJIHG THE JEWISH SOUTH- WH. WIRT HALEY. Tinner, Plumber And Slate Roofing. No. 117 E. Main Street, THTTWM. RICHMOND, VA Special Attention Paid to Furnace, Latrobe and Stove Work generally. 11. •BI.OOM TAYLOR. / I>OI'OL,AB K. TAYI.OK |l. $eldon Taylort REAL ESTATE AGENTS awn .AUCXICyiFFuBS. .«£MORGAN R.MILLS, 28 N. 9th S '"ijfifl J 'PHONES (Old and New) 1110, B| J Ba_-r\oon] Specialties "WAVERLY" Gas Ranges, all sizes They are the most economical and are fitted with BRASS Coils for water heaters. \\V do Sanitary Plumbing, riiid attend to all REPAIR ORDERS Promptly. ML W« M&EGX&V taiw, Confectioqei l and Ba^ei 1 Pure Ice Cream and Ices. Catering and Fancy Creams A SPECIALTY. Attention is called to our Line of MURCOTTE CANDIE I I I East Main Street. WATKINS-COTTRELLCO Wholesale Hardware, CUTLERY, GUNS, Ac. Agents for Dupont's Powder, Fairbanks S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 January 1899

CONRAD GROSS, MANUFACTURER OF CARRIAGES/WAGONS No. 29 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va. Particular and Prompt Attention paid to REPAIRING. Rubber Tires put on old and new Wheels. New 'Phone. 762. Rubber Tire Wheels Repaired and Re-rubbered. H. R. POLLARD, JR.. 'Phone 196. JOHN BAGBY. POLLARD & BAGBY, Real Estate and Loans, Nos. 5 AND 7 N. ELEVENTH STREET, RICHMOND, VA. Richmond Trust —AND— Safe Deposit Co., Northwest Corner Tenth and Main Streets, RICHMOND. VA. Acts in all Trust Capacities, Manages Estates, Lends Money, Etc. Deposits Received and Interest Allowed on Daily Balances. President, JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS. Vice-Pres'ts, JAS. H. DOOLEY, FRANK A. DAVENPORT. Secretary and Treasurer, HENRY LAN DON CABELL. The Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. Encouraged by the patronage of the Commercial Public and the enthusiasm of its employees, continues its extension. North, South, East and West. General Office, Richmond, Va., Cor. i3th and Main Sts. Branch Office, Murphy's Hotel. "REX"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 January 1899

against an officer in possession ohmportant military secrets could not fail, therefore, deeply to stir public opinion; and it was at once admitted that no such accusation would be formulated unless it rested upon the most serious grounds. Surprise was, however, expressed at the channel by which the public was made acquainted with a iact ol such national importance. It was soon learned that the statement of La Libre Parole was correct. The name of the suspected officer was Alfred Dreyfus. He had already been incarcerated in the military prison of Cherche-Midi for more than two weeks. He belonged to an Alsatian family, and was one of the most brilliant officers of the French army. After graduating from the Ecole Polvtechnique and the special artillery school at Fontainebleau, he had lor a while served in an artillery regiment, and then entered the Ecole Superieure de la Guerre, which is designed to provide the General Staff with officers familiar with every branch of military science....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 January 1899

E violent expressions he could find in the nguage, denounced the Esterhazy trial as am, accused the War Minister and all the ' the General Staff of being members of a yof fraud and deceit, proclaimed Dreyfus a__ dared the Government to prosecute ZOLA PROSECUTED. Uttigt was answered. The prosecution AS decided upon, but it was determined to lase the accusation simply upon a few lines of the Ctter, charging the judges in the Esterhazy trial with laving acquitted upon orders, a man whom they held 0 be gtrilty, and not upon the whole letter. In iht trial, which took place before the Court of \s sizes of Paris, every effort was made by M. Zola's EQtfttsel, Maitre Labori, in order to bring about a jfplett examination of the Dreyfus case, but these Ins were generally thwarted by the presiding itfge, Justice Delegorgue, and the trial resulted in Ha's conviction. He was sentenced to one year of Ibprisonment and a fine of five thousand francs, for pbel against the military court. A sensationa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 January 1899

I violent expressions he could find in the nguage, denounced the 'Esterhazy trial as am, accused the War Minister and all the the General Staff of being members of a yof fraud and deceit, proclaimed Dreyfus a__ dared the Government to prosecute ZOLA PROSECUTED, llenge was answered. The prosecution AH decided upon, but it was determined to ttcusation simply upon a few lines of the Or, charging the judges in the Esterhazy trial with ing Acquitted upon orders, a man whom they held gtfilty, and not upon the whole letter. it trial, which took place before the Court of f_» of Paris, every effort was made by M. Zola's fref, Maitre Labori, in order to bring about a ■fete examination of the Dreyfus case, but these Hi were generally thwarted by the presiding We, Justice Delegorgue, and the trial resulted in pi's conviction. He was sentenced to one year of Bprisonment and a fine of five thousand francs, for Ibel against the military court. A sensational incilent of the trial had been the asser...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 January 1899

4 P. 8. DALTON. J. H. CHAPPBLL. DALTON&CHAPPELL, Tinners, Plumbers, CAS AND STEAM FITTERS, No. 16 Governor St., Richmond, Va. LATROBE AND FURNACE WORK A SPECIALTY. Telephone No. 562. JAMES W. GORDON, President. FRANK W. BROWN, Vice-Pres. & Trow. HOWARD GORDON, Secretary. Gordon Metal Comp'y, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF Metals, Grindstones and Roofing, 1 430 and 1432 East Car if Street, RICHMOND, VA. Appomattox Iron Works, E. STEERE & SON, Proprietors, MANUFACTURERS OF Machinery, Shafting, Pulleys, Agricultural Implements, Sue, ■35 Tand 34 Old Street, PETERSBURG, VA. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 20, 1898. LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M., Daily, for Washington and points North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers to New York. H:2O A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Glen Allen, Ashland, Taylorsville, Doswell, Rather Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, G...

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