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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 31 March 1899

Premiums due and deferred, less cost of collection 233,924 64 Agents' Balances 61,063 46 Commuted Commissions 155,102 25 Carried out at market value—Total... 15,538,726 24 BUSINESS IN VIRGINIA DURING 1898. No. Amount. Number and amount of policies in force December 31st of previous year 319 $845,593 00 Number and amount of policies issued during the year. . 22 64,219 00 Total 341 $909,812 00 Deduct number and amount which have ceased to be in force during the year 47 170,009 00 Total number and amount of policies in force December 31, 1898. 294 $739,803 00 Amount of losses and claims on policies unpaid December 31st of previous year 1 $ 2,500 00 Amount of losses and claims on policies incurred during the year 9 18,670 00 Total 10 $21,170 00 Amount of losses and claims on policies paid during the year 10 $21,170 00 Amount of assessments, premiums, dues and fees collected or secured in Virginia during the year, in cash and notes or credits, without any deduction for losses, dividends,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 31 March 1899

RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, DYSPEPSIA, AND Inflammatory Diseases, CURED BY POLYNIGE OIL. The new French Medical Discovery has been used with remarkable success m Bellevue Hospital, New York; Ho*ard Hospital. Philadelphia; Johns Hopkins a>nd the Maryland Hospitals, Baltimore, Md. The New York Herald. October 3d and 6th in editorial article, says the .experiments made at Bellevue Hospital with POLYNICE OIL in treatment of RHEUMATISM were highly successful. The physicians at Bellevue Hospital were surprised at the marvelous results produced by this wonderful French Medical discover}-, which they called POWHRFUI. POLYmCE. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. April 5, 1897. The experiments made here at the hospital ■with the Polynice Oil witnessed by me, having been very successful, I hereby recommend it in all cases of rheumatism. (Signed) DR. E. L. ROGERS. POLYNICE OIL 50c per bottle. Sent upon receipt of price in ■tamps. DR. ALEXANDRE, Specidlist from Paris, 1218 6 Stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

V WM. H. PALMER, President. ,)| CHARTERED 1832-if- - W. H. McCARTHY, Secretary. VIRGINIA FIRE t MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY, Capital and Surplus, : : $800,000. —* RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. *— *&~AU Losses Equitably Adjusted and Prompt Payments Made. JULIUS STRA US & SON, Agents, 1004 Main Street, Richmond. l! ™*™> yrnmrnmrnm APRIL T, 1899. E 3 g£> RICHMOND, fc> *•• £: VIRGINIA. _5 li I V*_z_ ■ _. _l->tj —n_ JeA*ri*_*t_i ; MWWWWffll«fWH|g _—A _ : I:.SSSSt. 1 =sß^\?_s»olJ.th. OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH THE Richmond • Perpetual* Building ■ Loan and - Trust - Co., 1064 E. MAIN STREET. DEPOSITS of $1.00 and upwards received and INTEREST allowed thereon. LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE. NEGOTIABLE PAPER DISCOUNTED. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. H. THEODORE ELLYSON, HENRY S. HUTZLER, President. Caihier

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

IRtcbmono flews. Mr. A. J. Marcuse has returned from a week's trip to New York. Mrs. Weil, of Baltimore, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Strause. Mrs. Iseman, of Wilmington, N. C, is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. Ullman. Mr. J. Rosenstock leaves on Sunday for a tour of Germany, England and France. Captain E.J. Levy has been detained at home for the past week by some very painful carbuncles. Mr. E. Bottigheimer and the Misses Bottigheimer spentsometime in Washington this week sightseeing. Mr. Lawrence Syele and Miss Minna Sternheimer will be married next Wednesday at the residence of the bride's parents. A special meeting of the Congregation Beth Ahaba will be held next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock to receive the report of the committee appointed to revise the by-laws, and to tiansact such other business as may present itself. A quarterly meeting of the Hebrew Cemetery Board was held last Sunday morning. The report of the committee appointed to re-assess sections was submitted and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

amazement. 4< The rabbi at the club!" went from mouth to mouth. 4, 1s it then a sin, my friends, to be here? " said the rabbi. "I think not; and if it used to be regarded as a sin, it is to be considered so no more. For I see gathered together only respectable people who are incapable of a sinful deed. Or, do you hold an opposite view?" Now, if the rabbi had thundered against all of them they would not have contradicted him, much less when he uttered their own opinion. "I fancy," the rabbi continued, "that I am disturbing your pleasure, for you are all so quiet, while I beard many voices when I was outside the door. Have you been playing cards ? Why have you laid them away ? Card playing is no sin, and if I have spoken against it, I only wished to warn against gambling. Such card-playing as you do here is no sin." The people gazed at the rabbi incredulously; not as if they were of the contrary opinion, but no one believed that the rabbi had come to the club merely to decl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

Dreyfus remains absolutely mute upon certain questions, always in fear lest his replies should be misinterpreted, saying that he does not doubt the perfect integrity of the magistrate, but that telegraphic transmission may cause misunderstandings, and that he would not be able in any way to supplement his depositions in the presence of the Cour de Cassation. The Procureur General hopes that the Supreme Tribunal will see the necessity of having Dreyfus in Paris through the fact that its functions are constantly handicapped by the attitude of the prisoner ol the He dv Diable. After Dreyfus had refused satisfactorily to answer the questions growing out of Esterhazy's testimony before the court, the Procureur General said to a newspaper correspondent: 44 It seems to me preferable that Dreyfus should be taken back to France in order to furnish detailed explanations, the more so as his confrontation with various witnesses might be of great utility, and —I insist upon this point—from these...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 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. THE subscription list of the "Jewish Colonial Trust" was opened simultaneously in London and New York on the 28th of March. This is the outcome of the action of the Zionistic Congress held in Basle, Switzerland, last summer. There are 2,000,---000 shares of £1 each. American investors will be supplied by Rabbi Richard Gottheil, of New York, at the rate of $4.89 per share, the extra five cents being for the war tax. The prime object of the company is to promote colonization ot Palestine, Syria and such other places as the best interests of the race may demand. The death last week of the Baroness de Hirsch remrrved from earth the greatest of philanthropi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

tlbc JSear'e f>omaae to tbe Deao Xioii. You may condemn Russia as much as.you please; you can charge its government with cruelty towards the Jews; yet the Millenium Czardom is nevertheless proud of its Jew, if not during his lifetime, at least after his death. St. Petersburg was recently the scene of an extraordinary occurrence. A Jew named Orchansky died after fiftyfour years* service in the Guard of the Emperor of Russia, a crack corps which no Jew has been allowed to enter since the reign of Alexander 111. An old trooper of the time of Nicholas I, Orchansky was only permitted to remain in the Imperial Guard in consequence of the high protection he enjoyed. Orchansky. who rose to the rank of a noncommissioned officer, had an exemplary caret r in the army. Not a single breach of discipline was recorded against him ; and he exercised considerable influence over his Christian comrades. It is related that once the Emperor Alexander 111 and the Empress arrived without notice...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

NON-LEDGER ASSETS. Interest due, $9,562.50, and accrued, $7,372.50 on Bonds and Stocks, 16,935 00 Market value (not including interest), of Bonds and Stocks over book value 31,815 62 Gross Premiums in course of collection December 31 not more than three months due 198,974 46 Deduct cost of Collection, Commis'n and Brokerage. 28,043 15 Net amount of Uncollected .Premiums not more than three months due, carrried in $11,504.17' $170,931 31 Gross Assets $2,519,133 24 Deduct Assets Not Admitted. Agents' debit balances, unsecured 740 72 Total Admitted Assets $2,518,397 52 V. NON-LEDGER LIABILITIES. Losses adjusted and unpaid $ 25,480 27 Losses in process of adjustment, or in suspense, including all reported and supposed losses 64,550 90 Losses resisted (not outlawed), including interest, costs and other expenses thereon 22,370 50 Total amount of Claims for Losses $112,401 67 Deduct Re-insurance due or accrued 5,927 86 Net amount of Unpaid Losses $106,473 81 Gross Premiums (less re-insuran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

and still more, Dr. Brugsch carried the inquiry much further. It may be fairly said that we now hold the wishedfor evidence, and that each year is sure to add to its value. For it must be understood that the materials are as yet scarcely as available as they might beeven to Egyptologists. Some are only known to us through translations, and the original documents are needed before Criticism shall decide on their bearing. The inquiry itself has shifted its ground in the inquirers' hands, and only a very careful comparison of their statements can give the general worth of the results. Yet these results, put at thiir lowest, are what was truly wanted. We have, indeed, n > record of Joseph's administration, or of the oppression and the Exodus. What we have is an accurate general knowledge of the geography of the part of Egypt where the Israelites were settled, nnd much information as to the political and social state of thecountry at the time of their stay. It is true that we ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

He exposes the Manxman to satisfy a grudge, and he evidently cannot say anything worse of him. Mr. Caine's real name, he tells us, is Sol Cahn! Well, Mr. Came will doubtless be able to live down the fearful crime of being a Jew, even if he isn't one of us. Of a piece with this is the charge of the Vienna Neuzeit, that Rudyard Kipling is likewise a Jew. Of course, the revelation is made to injure him in the eyes of the world and to his Jewish character, and the consequent connection with financiers is attributed his expansion poem. "The White Man's Burden." Of interest in this connection is a recent lecture on "Early Christianity in Ireland," delivered in Brooklyn by the Rev. Sherwood Roosevelt, wherein he sought to establish the Jewish ancestry of the patron saint of Ireland. Bolstering up his ideas by the comparison of language', he finds that of three th >usand words compared, a yen large majority have been found of Hebrew extraction. He contends that the early religiou...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 7 April 1899

RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, DYSPEPSIA, —--AND—> Inflammatory Diseases, CURED BY— POLYNICE OIL. The new French Medical Discovery has been •owed with remarkable success in Bellevue Hospital, New York; Howard Hospital. Philadelphia; Johns Hopkins and the Maryland Hospitals, Baltimore, Md. The New York Herald, October 3d and 6th in editorial article, says the experiments made at Bellevue Hospital with POLYNICE OIL in treatment of RHEUMATISM were highly successful. The physicians at Bellevue Hospital were surprised at the marvelous results produced by this wondertul French Medical discovery, which they called POWERFUL POLY.MCB. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, April 5, 1897. The experiments made here at the hospital with the Poly nice Oil witness*, d by me. ha vine been very successful, I hereby recommend it in all cases of rheumatism. (Signed) DR. B. L. ROGERS. POLYNICE OIL 50c per bottle. Sent upon receipt of price in •tamps. DR. ALEXANDRE, Specialist from Paris, 121...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

Friday, April 14, 1899. The Jewish South VOLUME 11. NUMBER 14. A Copperplate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards', for $ 1 00 Plate and 100 Cards, .... 1 «_ Address per line, 4> * If you furnish Plate—so Cards, .... ## ___»__!*M«T^ACCoi W p ANY oltDEIt WBDDING INVI TATIONS, ANNOUNCEH. T. EZEKIEL, POB 0x557. S*«E Main Street. EOPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH I 111 C hmond Perpetual Building Loan • and • Trust • Co., 1004 E. MAIN STREET. OS ITS of $1.00 and uptrirrds rere i red antl INTEREST allowed thereon. \ MADE ON REAL ESTATE. NEGOTIABLE PAPER DISCOUNTED. OUR PATRONAGE TS SOLICITED. IEODORE ELLYSON, HENRY S. HUTZLER, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

Volume XI-Namber 14. RICHMOND, VA., APRIL 14, 1899. Whole Number 272. IRicbmonb flews. Mr. Fred. S. Myers was in New York this week. Miss Irene Galeski was one of those who this week took part in the "Midsummer's Nigbt Dream." A quarterly meeting of the Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Association was held last Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in the Sunday-school room of Beth Ahaba synagogue. Miss Bertha Block has received word from Bichtersheim, Baden, Germany, of tbe death of her mother, which occurred on March 31st. The deceased was the grandmother of Mr. Jacob Block, of Burk & Co. Mr. Simon Solomon was last week nominated for a third time to the office of Sheriff of Henrico county. This amounts virtually to an election and is the first time the same person has filled this office for three consecutive terms. The special meeting of Beth Ahaba congregation last Sunday was in session from 11 to 2:15, one of the longest on record. The report of the committee on by-laws was f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

Who was Mr. Myers ? He was a highly educated gentleman just returned from European colleges, where he had been from childhood. He was a man of means, interesting and entertaining and a great Was he not a Jew ? Yes, he was a Jew and, furthermore, a firm believer in the aristocracy of Israel. But why all these questions ? Mr. Myers was a gentleman, much admired and courted, a splendid companion even if he was a Jew. The young man became a regular visitor and the denouement was not a surprise. One day Mr. Rayburg was waited on by Mr. Myers who referred the suitor to his wife. The mother, while not finding an tin, ventured to raise the question of the difof religious belief, at is a matter your daughter and I have ' discussed and adjusted," said Mr. Myers •ning to the center-table he opened the family t the Book of Ruth and read with the im_iess of the careful stude it: they lifted up their voice, and wept again; pah kissed her mother-in-law ; but Ruth clave she said, Behold, thy sister...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. _______ .--* Mrs. Myers realized that something portentous had occurred, and, when she entered the home she had left as a bride, she was dumbfounded at the change so brief a time had made in her father. He had been very ill for weeks and her presence brought about a revival and some hopes were held out for his recovery. Mother and daughter were in their ministrations and attendance in the sick room. Christmas came and for once in their life it was not observed with the splendor for which Heart's Ease Villa was noted. On the eve of New Year Mr. Rayburg felt so much better that he left his bed for an invalid chair and the younger children amused themselves by picturing the festivities they proposed to enjoy on the The day passed without incident and from all indications Mr. Rayburg was improving every hour; in fact;, he counted on being one of the family party to watch the Old Year die. Without all was revelry and merry-making, while within the room there was no less...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTHMadame Cahen conquered, and from that day the utmost admiration was openly evinced for her by the Germans. When, after the signature of peace, the German medical staff were about to quit Vendome, the surgeon-in-chief asked leave to take a public farewell of the gallant French woman. Accompanied by the military doctors placed under his orders, all of whom, like himself, in full uniform, he addressed her in the following words: "Madame, we cannot leave France without thanking you, not alone in the name of the German nation, but in the name of humanity. We can never forget that you compelled us to yield in the face of both your patriotism and of your benevolence." But the heroic work at the hospitals was by no means the end of her mission. She was happy that the war was over and her thousands of patients had been restored to life and health. But the question, " What is to become of the French captives in the prisons of Germany?" agitated her noble soul and, so she deter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 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. Another of Dreyfus's persecutors has sought relief in self-destruction from the accusations of his own conscience, and given additional evidenceto the truth cf that grand old maxim,"The wages of sin isdeath." The victim this time is the secretary of LieutenantColonel Henry, who committed suicide last summer, when arrested on the charge of forging letters used in proving the guilt of Dreyfus. It was thought all along that this secretary knew more than was good for him of the Dreyfus case. It has even been intimated that he could tell much about the death of Picard, a detective who was working up evidence in the matter. This latter was found hanged in h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. " Most people, are inclined to regard the Jew as a merchant, a seller of something, a man lacking in love for country, art, and refinement. It is a very great blunder. He is no fonder of money than you and I are, and he is as fond of art as the best oT us." The American Hebrew (New York) comments on some of these incidents under the editorial heading " Coming to Our Rights." It says: " Distasteful as it always has been to us to have Christian ministers appear before Jewish audiences and pat us on the back, to tell us of the glories of our past, of our achievements in the present, and of the possibilities of our future; just so pleased are we when Christian ministers of their own volition undertake to place before their congregations facts tncerning the Jews. The better knowledge of the *v and Judaism that comes to our Christian brethi is well calculated to inspire them with a more rdial spirit toward their Jewish neighbors. It is ry easy to say, as is usually said,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 April 1899

The new French Medical Discovery has been used with remarkable success in Belfevue Hospital, New York; Howard Hospital, Philadelphia; Johns Hopkins and the Maryland Hospitals, Baltimore, Md. The New York Herald, October.3d and 6th In editorial article, says the experiments made at Bcllevue Hospital with POUYNICB OIL, in treatment of RHEUMATISM were highly successful. The physicians at Hellevne Hospital were surprised at the marvelous results produced by this wonderful French .Vl«dical discovery, which they called POWERFUL POLY.nICB. John* Hopkins University, J Baltimore. April 5, 1897. Tbe experiments made here at the hospital with the Polynlce Oil witnessed by inc. having been very successful,- I hereby recommend it in all cases of rheumatism. (Signed) DR. B. L. ROOBRS. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAN. 16, 1899. LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M , Daily, for Washington and points North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleep...

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