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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

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Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

IRicbmonb mews. Mrs. I. Meyer is spending the winter at Palatka, Florida. Mrs. Lena Harris, of Petersburg, was in the city this week. Miss Shrier, of Wilmington, N. C, is the gumt of Mrs. Julius Edel. A number of improvements are contemplated at the Jefferson Club. Miss Minnie Block, of west Clay street, is visiting friends in New York. Mr. 1. Reinach left Friday for an extended western trip of several weeks. Mr. Simon Syele was detained at home several days this week by sickness. Miss Irma Rosenbaum spent last week in Wash ington as theguest of her cousin, Miss Inez Goodman. Mr. S. Weinberg, of Richmond, and Mrs. Dora Waldman, of Baltimore, were married in the i ilter city last Sunday. Mrs. Joel Gutman, of Baltimore, is in Richmonp to attend the Strause-Heller and Strause-Dettelbach marriages next Monday night. Mr. Henry Flegenheimer had the misfortune to fall on a slippery pavement Thursday evening and break one of the small bones of his right foot. Despite the genuine "Jeffersoni...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

business with them. When a New York or Tatnoa London tobacco man came here to buy stock if Urn was a Jew he had to engage a go-between to make h,s Purchases Nobody wou|c| Qea| Now he hotels are full of these hustling people, who are relymg upon the change of flags to doawav with LE "a" ;; Itisnot '" of the Marl explains a religious prejudice. Their faith h». nothing to do with the case We do not ke thel penality that's all, and we refuse to' deaf __ them. -Havana letter to the New York Post According to an article in the January Forum com- P led from the report of the late Co.. Waring, the pc" Wlth t_IT r/ r ° bablV the fi ""-t 1 earth. tlr f f 5 ;° W bei " glet in "P°" them, their predilection lor dirt will no doubt disappear and with it we hope, their prejudices against Jews both are the result of ignorance. The fact is there never were any Jews in Havana to speak of only a o:ce°ru^ 0 I bUye ; S - *_ PC " |jle ""-™ 1 concerning Jews from the lurid sermons they hear and the horribl...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

him if they knew what his religion was; but then they were unused to meeting Jews, that is the better class, and their notions of the Jewish people were formed by the unattractive specimens which came in their way. It would be somewhat of a shock to them to find him out, thought the shock would probably be a slight one and they would recover from it at once. He resolved to tell them at the first good opportunity; but either the good opportunities did not come, or when they did come, he didn't speak fast enough and had to put it off till the next. The effect of his conversation on Miss Mabel trou bled him the nost. It wasn't long before he was thoroughly convinced that he met his fate when he met her, and he was constantly on the lookout for some indication of what she thought about it. But in this he had little success. Both girls treated him in the most friendly manner, and as far as he was able to see Mi»s Mabel was neither more warm nor more cool in her friendship than Miss Grace...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

him if they knew what his religion was; but then they were unused to meeting Jews, that is the better class, and their notions of the Jewish people were formed by the unattractive specimens which came in their way. It would be somewhat of a shock to them to find him out, thought the shock would probably be a slight one and they would recover from it at once. He resolved to tell them at the first good opportunity; but either the good opportunities did not come, or when they did come, he didn't speak fast enough and had to put it off till the next. The effect of his conversation on Miss Mal>el trou bled him the nost. It wasn't long before he was thoroughly convinced that he met his fate when he met her, and he was constantly on the lookout for some indication of what she thought about it. But in this he had little success. Both girls treated him in the most friendly manner, and as far as he was able to see Mi»s Mabel was neither more warm nor more cool in her friendship than Miss G...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

f Published by authority of the Auditor of p«hH A I of Vlrßinla.] Account* of the State I ANNUAL, STATEMENT FOR THF vpap wxrrwxro ™_ LAWS OF VIRGINIA. r u«ouAHC( TO THE Resident Manager, J. Montgomery Hare Principal Office in U. S., 56-58 Pine Street New York City General Agent in Virginia, Virginia TW rv. y " State Residence, Richmond, Va* "* Com P an y- or Incorporated 1797; commenced business in U. S. I. CAPITAL Amount of capital stock subscribed *c c no noo no Amount of capital stock paid up in cash.'.' ." . [\[ [ \ m 11. ASSETS. Loans on Mortgage (duly recorded and being the more than"" J"* 1 ? ? imple > U P°" which no" t * mo^ than one year's interest is due 40 000 no Tnt 8 er d "t c °" *" s*_ *<****« Loans, «K»*6' ; ' °° interest accrued there. >n, 1150.00 i oco0 c 0 M h ?M° f andß , exclusive of '* °°° buildings and perishable improvemt's for e «4°OOOO M " (insured * 80 '<™ for $40,000 as collateral j Account of Bonds of the United States, and of this State nnd o...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

IH_W_ b, «„«,«,„,,, «f P. Wic Accmlnl , of (he „.„ Hraoif_fi_sf9 New York City rasas? uty - or Incorporated 1797; commenced business in U. S. I- CAPITAL Amount of capital stock subscribed *< c on m Amount of capital stock paid up i n cash.'! ./. [ .".'.' \ IS 11. ASSETS. Loans on Mortgage (duly recorded and being the SSL ______ c f y- imp,c) upon *«3f 2! t _ mo f e J than one year's interest is due inmflnn i r „ e ?er d A c 0 ° * U T$ M °rt„«W Loans, $900.00'; 4 °' oo ° °° interest accrued thereon $150.00 i 050 on Value of Lands Mortgaged, exclusive of ] T" °° buildings and perishable improvemt's for e s4 O 0 000 (ins "red *»♦*» tor f40,0()0 as collateral j ACC %Ttf» B f"?\2 fth f States, and of this State and of other States, and also of Bonds of ___Z__^_s% M '" th SState - Wof Jolher Bonds and Stocks, owned absolutely by the Co. Market tt a _ • _ „ Har Va,ue Val "f U.S. Registered Bonds $375,000 $419 531 25 Chicago, Burlington & y C y R. R. Registered Bonds,.. 100,000 103,3...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

All other payments and Expenditures 116,512 79 Aggregate Amount of actual Disbursements dur ing the year in cash $1,355,340 94 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA DURING THE YEAR. Risks written. $1,498,745 00 Premiums received (gross) 21,997 71 Losses paid 6,606 63 Losses incurred 5,153 89 (Signed) J. MONTGOMERY HARB, Rest Manager. S Seal of I State of New York, City of New York—ss: • Notary S Sworn to Jan. 27, 1899, before PERCY S. MALLETT, Notary Public. [Published br Authority of the Auditor of Public Accounts of the State of Virginia.] ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DE CEM liER 31, 1898, OF THE CONDITION AND AFFAIRS Of THE NIAGARA FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, MADE TO THE AUDI TOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMON WEALTH OF VIRGINIA, IN PURSUANCE TO THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA. President, Harold Herrick; Vice-President,George C. Howe; Secretary, Geo. W. Dewey; Principle Office, 135-137 Broadway, New York City. General Agent in...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

II Premiums (as written in the oolici_,i l- '* 49 rseof collection, not more than 3 Snthsdue 22.3 on <_ ther property belonging to the monthßdue 223,911 04 , vu: Rents due and accrued. *3 471 n7 rom other Companies for Rein ance on losses already paid.... 954 12 55_! A. m ° U A nt ° f all Asßetsof the Company ■ed at the,r Actual Value *£"?; f2 QA HI. LIABILITIES. Claims for adjusted and unpaid ses due and to become due. _ 61 ic* m Losses in process of adjustment 1 suspense, including all reported supposed Losses 77 71 . -. I resisted, including interest; s and other expenses thereon.... 10,285 71 nount of Unpaid Losses ____»_.■- Premiums received and receiv- $132,833 12 , upon all unexpired Fire risks, I ling one year or less from date of :y, deluding interest premiums srpetual Fire risks. $988,981 68 ---ned premiums (Fitly) per cent)...' 5494,490 84 Premiums received and receiv upon all unexpired Fire risks ing more than one year from of policy, $1,410,886.08; Un ed premiums (pr...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

Lehigh Valley R. R. Co.'s consolidated mortgage Bonds, 6 per cent., 1923. 50,000 58,000 Chicggo, Burlington & Qulncy R. R. Co.'s first mortgage Bonds, Nebras ka Extension, 4 per cent. 1927 50,000 52,500 Allentown Terminal R. R. Co.'s first mortgage Gold Bonds, 4 per cent., 1919. 50,000 50,500 Richmond & Petersburg R. R. Co.'s consolidated mortgage Bonds, Xl / t per cent., 1940 50,000 50,500 St. Paul, Minn. A Manitoba K. R. Co.'s first mortgage Bonds. Montana Exten sion. 4 per cent., 1937... . 50,000 51,000 Luke Erie _ Western R. R. Co.'s fust mortgage Gold Bonds, 5 per cent., 1937.. 50,000 60,000 Chicago. Mil. & St. P. R. R. Co.'s first mortgage Bonds, (So. Minn. Div)., 6 per cent. 1910 50,000 60,500 Philadelphia, Wilmington __ Baltimore R. R. Co.'s Debenture Bonds, 4 per cent. 1932 , . 50,000 55,000 St- Paul, Minneapolis _ Manitoba R. R.Co.' Con solidated mortgage Bonds, 4'i percent., 1933 50,000 57,000 Long Island R. R, Co.'s general mortgage Gold Bonds, 4 per cent., 1...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

Gbe Secret of tbe Spbinx. What is the meaning of that vast human head that rises out of the gleaming sand beside the great pyramid of Gehizeh, questions an exchange in en deavoring to fathom the secret of the Sphinx ? Hewn out of the solid limestone rock, it towers above you to a height of seventy feet, and it stretches away in the form of the body of a lion to the length of one hundred and fifty feet in front of you. Sculptured with consummate skill, it reposes in graceful ease on the sand. The face gazes with a sublime patience and mystery into the far distance. Its features have been much mutilated by the ravages of time, and many of the finer lines have been worn away by the graving tool of the winds, holding as a cutting edge the desert sand. But still the eyes preserve their an cient human.look of unfathomable mystery and calm, eternal patience. Why was this colossal figure con structed? Was it mere caprice, or was it meant to express a definite purpose? That question is invol...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. BZEKIEL, Editor and Pub'isher, 826 East Main Street. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents- Resolutions and other Reading- Notices, 10 ci-nts per line. Kntered at the Post-Oflfcce, Richmond, Va., as second ctnss matter. The Jewish South takes issue with us regarding the date when the nineteenth century ends, and the twentieth century commences. We do not wish to enter into discussion on this subject, which ha; fur nished grounds for debate between wiser me i than either the writer or editor Ezekiel. We would, how ever, suggest that as a year is never numbered until accomplished, that 1900 Years will have elapsed, counting from the first d;iv of the Christian era,uniil the first minute of the year 1900; admit this fact, for fact it is, and we beheve our esteemed Richmond friend will agree with Jewish Sentiment in the state ment, that the twentieth century commences...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

parties, provided they fulfil certain conditions. The Rabbinical Tribunal may not consider any case pre viously brought before another regularly constituted court, unless such court has decided not to adjudi cate, and then only after such decision has been com municated to the Rabbinical Court by the Prime Minister. The judgments of the Tribunal shall be given and recorded in Hebrew. The judgments of the Rabbinical Tribunal are definite and cannot be appealed against, except in cases provided for. The judges are civilly responsible to the parties in all cases, where, under the penal law, action has to be taken against them. , The decree has been countersigned by the Minister Plenipotentiary and Resident General of the French Republic. It is clear from further decrees in connec tion with other matters affecting the Jews that the Rabbinical Tribunal is fully empowered to deal with civil cases even of a public nature. Cscle Shouts "Stop Chief." An English bicycle "crank," who recently ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 3 February 1899

dIJUU Theatre EIGHTH AND BfcOAD STS. Refined Vaudeville at Popular Prices. EVERY NIGHT AT 8:15. MATINEES Tuesday, Thursday Sl Saturday Afternoon at 2:30, for Ladles and Children. DAVID A.>INSLIE, Builder* NOS. 8.10 /12 SOUTH TENTH ST.. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. Rubber Tires Put On in One Day. a Specialty. Establishedisss. h\. J. SLAUGHTER, [Successor to Bennett'* Western St/iblcs, i BOARDING _ FINE LIVERY. Stylish Turnouts Furnished at Short Notice. Carriages for Calling Parties Awn ngs or Marriages, SPECIAL CARE TO BOARDERS. 601 and 603 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va. New 'Phone 714. Old ' Phone 551. "S2V. J. SNEAD, E N E R AL^7*-=^ Contractors Builder 111 N. Seventh St., Richmond, Va. Job Work Promptly Done and in a First-class Manner, Estimates Furnished. Your Patronage Solicited. w MORGAN R. MILLS. 28 N. 9th St. i 'PHONES (Old and New) 1110, ] Specialties

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 February 1899

— ' ■ — ■ ■■"'■*-"^~-u___wt__o,... t-i«Tr;;jj_____aß_J j Friday FEB ,u A pv,o. ,._. . gmmmmmmmm?g g: RICHMOND, 3 | A_i H VIRGINIA. 3 ; JL lie —-g i *jwmmmmmmm_: _z_\ ! £ volume ii. 3 "^i — _ _ _- "__

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 February 1899

IRtcbmonb flews. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Rosenbaum celebrated the fifth anniversary of their mqrriage last Monday night. Mrs. I. Lovenstein and her daughter, Miss Jeanne, returned last Monday night from a month's visit to relatives in Savannah. Mrs. A. E. Straus, who for a month past has been in Washington, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baumgarten, has returned home. The anmic'd meeting of members of the Old Folk's Home will be held in the basement of the Beth Ahaba synagogue next Sunday morning at llVc'ock. A particularly sad death was that of Nathan Gersky, the seventeen-year-old son of Mr. r_ 1 Mrs. David Gersky, which occurred in this city on Satur day last. The young man had but recently come from Russia to join his parents. His death was su perinduced by the explosion of a boiler aboard ship and the subsequent neglect of the doctors. News has been received of the death in New York of Mr. Lewis Hyman, for many years a resident of Richmond. The deceased was over seventy y...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 February 1899

And the splendor of Solomon's Temple! It seems that the world exhausted itself on that man. It wove its brightest flowers into his garden, it set its richest gems m his coronet, it pressed the rarest wine to his lips, it robed him in the purest purple and em broidery. It cheered him with the sweetest music in the land, it sprinkled his cheek with spray from the purest fountains, Royalty had no dominion, wealth no luxury,gold no glitter, flowers no sweetness,song . no melody, light no radiance, waters no glimmer, birds no plumage, prancing corsairs no metal, archi tecture no grandeur—but all was his. Fish fed by artificial channels were brought from streams in inlands far away, and with golden scales shot from water cave to water cave, with endless drives and swirls, beneath the gaze of foreign poten tates. Birds that had been brought from foreign climes flitted among the foilage and called to their kind far beyond the sea. From the royal stable there came the neighing ol 11,000 hors...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 February 1899

igman both assisting at a marriage banquet, Mark slyly poured some wine in Honigman's coat pocket. In return, Honigman filled Mark's door-latch with glue, and prevented him from entering his house as speedily as he wished, on his return from a tavern in the evening. Shortly after this, a Polish schnorrer (beggar) en tered Honigman's shop—needless to say he had been sent thither by Mark-and representing himself as an American, ordered a cloak for Tom Thumb, who was then on exhibition in Waardam. The" schnorrer re gretting that the admiral was too full of engage ments to havehis measure taken, Honigman promised to make a perfect little cloak for the dwarf from me mory, as he had fortunately seen him once on the stage. The cloak finished, the Pole presented himself with a man who filled the little shop door as he enteied. "Here is the admiral," s rid the schnorrer. Honigman looked at the new comer in dumb sur prise. Recovering his breath, he turned to the agent and exclaimed: "This gen...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 February 1899

ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THP vpab ______ „_! __N_U_MPII OP VIRPINTA °?m o S r T _ P THE COMMON LAWS OF VIRGINIA. ' PUKS "ANCE TO THE Resident Manager, J. Montgomery Hare State Residence, Richmond, V a g Com P an y- or Incorporated 1797, commenced business in U. S. I- CAPITAL Amount of capital stock subscribed. . ** 500 000 on Amount of capital stock paid up i„ £& ] [[ | [ [ [ | $ 11. ASSETS. Loans on Mortgage (duly recorded and beintr the Interest due on aU JffASgg M£ °° interest accrued thereon, $150.00 i ncn nn WM° f Lands Mortgaged, exclusive of 1 I,OS ° °° buddings and perishable improvemt's Account of Bonds of the United States, and of this Stat t S ' and » ls <> of Bonds of Incorporated Cities in thsState.and of all other Bonds and Stocks, owned absolutely by the Co. Tq -o . ..'"_ Par Value. Value. rh£; *o Ste , red Bonds $375,000 $419,531 25 Chicago, Burlington & Q'cy R. R. Registered Bonds,.. 100,000 103 375 oo Chicago, Rock Island & Pa- ' /a °° cific Railway R...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 February 1899

All other payments and Expenditure* 116,612 79 Aggregate Amount of actual Disbursementsdur ing the year in cash $1,355,340 94 BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA DURINQ THE YEAR. Ki.sk* written t1,498,745 00 Premiums received igroaa) 21,997 71 Losses paid fc.606 63 hfliatl Facarred • 5,153 89 (Signed) .1. MONTGOMERY HARB, Rest Manager. ) Seal of ( State of New York, City of New York -aai J Notary \ Sworn to Jan. 27, 1809, before PERCY S. MALLETT, Notary Public. !rntiN*heit >>» mithotltv of *he Awntor of I"wl>»U* A rem™ In of th» State ' of Vtr»tlivli».| ANNUAL STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DE CEMIIER 31. 189 ft, OF THE CONDITION AND AFFAIRS a\> THE NIAGARA KIRK INSURANC_COMPANY OF NEW YORK. ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE BTATBOr NEW YORK. MADK TO THK AUDI TOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMON WEALTH OF VIRGINIA. IN PURSUANCE TO THK LAWS OF VIRGINIA. President, Harold Derrick; Vice-President, George C. Howe; Secretary, Geo. W. lVwev; Principle OAm, 135-137 Broadway, New Yor...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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