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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

This date was decided upon at the meeting of the Hebrew Ladies' Memorial Association held last Tuesday afternoon at the residence of the president, Mrs. Joseph M. Rosenbaum, 717 west Grace street. It being the annual meeting, the election of officers for the ensuing year was held with the following result : President, Miss Isolene Moses; First Vice-Pres-ident, Mrs. I. Thalhimer; Second Vice-President, Mrs. Samuel Cohen; Third Vice-President, Mrs. L. Z. Morris; Fourth Vice-President, Mrs. J. L. Levy; Board of Managers—Mesdames Simon Syele, Henry Block, Myer Kirsh, and Leon Strause; Secretary, Miss R. C. Levy; Treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Ezekiel. The memorial exercises will begin at 6 o'clock In the afternoon. A good musical programme will be rendered and, if reorganized by that time, the Walker Light Guard may possibly attend. Rabbi Calisch will offer the prayer and pronounce the benediction. It is requested by the association that all donations of flowers be sent to Mrs. J. M, Rosenbaum, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

I*eople in this country have very little a of the extent to which the courts of rope are worked up over the Dreyfus case, especially among those reigning houses which profess the Roman Catholic creed, which is all the more surprising, as it has generally been understood that the controversy was to a great extent a conflict between the Catholics and the Jews. At Copenhagen, at St. Petersburg, at Madrid and at the Quirinal, royal and imperial sympathy is entirely in favor of Dreyfus, and at Vienna I hear of a number of the Archduchesses offering Up prayers and novenas for the release and rehabilitation of the unfortunate prisoner of Devil's Island. As I have stated before in these columns, both the Czar and the Czarina are very warmly attached to that German general, yon Schwartzkoppen, whose name figures so constantly in the controversy, and who,having been, as Military Attache to the German Embassy at Paris, the officer who had relations with the real betrayer or betrayers of France...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

Illinois Central R. R. CO. 4 per cent. leased line capital stock Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago R'y Co. capital stock Brie and Pittsburgh R. R, Co. capital' stock Pittsburgh. McKeesport and Youghlogheney R. It. Co. capltaf stock Morris and Bssex R. R. Co. capital stock...'. Chicago, Ind. and Louisville R r y Co. preferred capital stock Phlla., Wll. and Baltimore R. R. Co. ' capital stock ... Northern Pacific R'y Co. preferred capital stock trust certificates Metropolitan National Bank stock American Exchange Nat. Ban* stock The Western National Bank of the City of New York capital stock ..... The Bank of America capital stock Consolidated Gas Co. of New York capital Western Union Tel. Co. cap'itai stock:.".!!!.'.'.' Total par and market values 81 893 00082 _fi«u Total par and market value (carried out at market value) .. 2 296 664 00 Cash In the company's principal office 5337490 Cash belonging to the company deposited in bank ... 48 MB AB Interest due and accrued on bonds not i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

garded as civilized and learned. The human conscience needs forever the living protest of Israel and tbe unshakable support which there it finds against its own weaknesses and the doubts that threaten Christianity.'* •ICHAEL OBERSTEIN was a Jew—what many I consider a worst kind of a Jew : a Polish Jew, a Pollack. In addition, he was poor, miserably so. It had taken his last kopeck to pay for the temporary loan of the amount which it was necessary be should have to pass the Emigration Bureau inspectors. With a ragged, dirty, wide-eyed crowd of his compatriots the young lad was herded, shuffling, with pack on back, up Broadway, over cast to Hester street, where he disappeared through the narrow, greasy doorway of a tenement. A year—a nightmare of sweatshops, semi-starva-tion, intense heat, biting cold, bondage, oppression, pauper wages, expatriation, loneliness, and —bitter mockery—love. He bore it as the race alone can bear. He toiled and studied as only a Jew studies and toils. He s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. ry Fanwood sent for Lawyer Oberstein to conduct their case. The lawyer declined. He was already engaged on the other side. The defendant won. Fanwood & Co. asked Lawyer Oberstein to take charge of the next of their now frequent lawsuits. He declined. The Grand Jury indicted several firms for violation of the factory law. Among them was Fanwood & Co. The other firms escaped with light sentences. Fanwood & Co. were heavily fined. The prosecutor was Assistant District Attorney Oberstein. It was the year 1893. Business throughout the country was bad. The list of failing banks and business firms increased every day. The Nineteenth National Bank held Fanwood & Co.'s note for twenty thousand dollars, due July 1. On July 5 the president of the bank was in consultation with the bank's lawyer, Michael Oberstein. Henry Fanwood asked for an interview with the president, but was referred to the bank's lawyer. On July 8 suit was br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

rTiTXV TIT.IA/TRTT HC If ITH' <^>^>>rfV>v>>^>wv>y>w\/v>wv>vv>.rfvvN»N»' A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS 0_ JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Pub'isher, 826 East Main Street. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Centa. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Ratered at tbe Pont-Otncc. Kichmond, Va., as second class matter. At the last moment before going to press our attention is called to the fact that Tuesday, May 16th, the date selected for Hebrew Memorial Day, is the second day of Shebuoth. While aware of the fact that very few observe the second day, there are some who do, and their wishes in the matter are entitled to as much consideration as are those of any one. It so happens that for several years past memorial day has generally been on Wednesday, and this particular ch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 1899

mere dream, which finds its votaries only in Russia, Roumania, Galicia and parts of Germany where the social condition of the Jews is lowest. It has been the aim of philanthropists like Baron Hirsch to transport bodies, of Jews from congested districts, , where their surroundings are miserable in the extreme, to new fields where there is an unmistakable opening for a more inspiriting life. Such efforts have been successful and the continuance of them is to be encouraged. But between the foundation of Jewish colonies in new countries and the dream of replacing the Hebrew race in possession of Palestine, there is a wide difference. Palestine is the last place to which poor Jews should be sent, voluntarily or otherwise. All the conditions, political, economic, moral are unfavorable, and worse than unfavorable. The contents of the mails from Jerusalem to France and England are almost solely appeals from the rabbis of the various congregations for more and more alms. "'Most of the Jews n...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 May 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 Bellevue Hospital with POLYNICE OIL in treatment of RHEUMATISM were highly successful. The physicians at Bellevoe Hospital were stirprised at the marvelous results produced by this wonderlul French .Medical discovery, which they called POWERFUL POLYNiCE. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. April 5, 1897. The experiments made here at the hospital with the Polynice Oil witness-, d by me, having been very successful, I hereby recommend it in all cases of rheumatism. (Signed) DR. B. _. ROGERS. 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 Sleepers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

Friday, MAY 10, 1899. The Jewish South VOLUME 11. NUMBER 18. Sausages, Bolognas, Corned Beef, Corned Tongues, Smoked Beef, Smoked Tongues, Smoked Shoulders, Salami, Pastrami, Rendered Beef Fat, &c. WORK DELIVERED IN 48 HOURS FROM RECEIPT QF ORDER, A Copper-plate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards, for $1 00 Plate and 100 Cards, ± S5 Address per line, extra, 25 If you furnish Plate—so Cards, SO " 100 " 85 CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER. Write for Prices on WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, CARDS, etc. H. T. EZEKIEL, P. O. Box 557. 826 E. Main Street. ACCOUNT WITH THB Richmond • Perpetual • Building Loan • and • Trust • Co., 1004 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. C««hier. RICHMONDi VIRGINIA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH Volume Xl—Number 18. RICHMOND, VA., MAY 12, 1899. Whole Number 276. |V a vote of 28 ayes to 11 noes the Beth Ahaba I Congregation has declared in favor of building a new synagogue. This action was taken at a special meeting (the fourth of the present congregational year) last Sunday night, which was well attended, many seatholders and others also being present. It was 8:30 o'clock (half an hour later than the time stated in the call) when President Julius Straus took the chair and rapped lor silence. He proceeded to state the purpose of the meeting, and said that the report of the committee on the site for anew synagogue was the first business. This was read by the Vice-President, Mr. Charles Hutzler, chairman of the THREE QUESTIONS. The report opened by stating that the matter had resolved itself into three questions: (1) Is a new synagogue needed ? (2) Can a suitable site be obtained ? (3) Are the means available? The questions were answered in detail: (1) The pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

pulpit, and The Jewish South had been given, and there was no reason to believe that a larger attendance would ever be secured. Mr. I. Cohen explained that the committee had looked into the question of finances very closely. There would be no difficulty in getting the money. The building could be put off for years if necessary, but the lot would have to be acquired at once. The congregation could decide at anytime when-to build. The option is only for thirty days. Let a committee be appointed to raise the money, and if it is not obtained of course they cannot purchase. Mr. Isaac Held did not think the committee should do all the speaking, and stated that what he would say was as an officer of the congregation and not as a committeeman. There is not a seat for sale in the body of the synagogue. Recently half a pew was made vacant by death, and there were five applicants for it. Young men were kept out by the lack of seats. A new synagogue had been needed for live years. A MATTER OF P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

bered when the congregation worshiped in a little building 18x20 on Marshall street near Fifth. He wanted to see a new building in his day—something to which posterity might point with pride. He wished he could read to those present the first minutes of the congregation, to show how their fathers and grandfathers, strangers in a strange land, gave largely and cheerfully from their meagre resources towards building a synagogue. The speaker closed by discussing the practical side of the question. At the conclusion of Mr. Strauss remarks thevote was taken, and the motion of Mr. M. J. Straus, authorizing the committee to procure subscriptions and purchase the lot, was adopted—ayes, 28; noes, 11. ■ On motion, the president and rabbi were added to te subscription committee, after which (it lacking only a few minutes of 11 o'clock) the meeting ad- Mr. Philip Whitlock is at the Hot Springs. Miss Rebecca Whitlock is visiting friends in New York. Mrs. M. M. Strause has returned from a visit t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

ETBMBNT FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1898, OP THE CONMD AFFAIRS OF THE HANOVER FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, OF IK, ORGANIZED UNDER THE LAWB OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF IN PURSUANCE TO THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA: J. REMSEN LANE. J CHARLES L. ROE. HOg Wee—34 PINE STREET, NEW YORK. rent In Virginia—THOMAS L. ALFRIEND. —RICHMOND, VA. . >r Incorporated—APßlL, 1852. I Business—APßlL, 1862. >ital stock subscribed $1 000 000 00 >ital stock paid up in cash .' .'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...'... 00 11. ASSETS, estate owned by the company 450,000 00 :gage (duly recorded and being the first Hens on the fee simple), l not more than one year's interest is due 700000 id on all said mortgage loans 29 16 i mortgaged, exclusive of buildings and perishable lmi , $4 500 lings mortgaged (insured for $7,000 as'collateral) ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 11,000 alue of said mortgaged premises (carried out) 15,500 00 Value. Value. U. S. bonds, curre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

<4 Now, the Turkish Government does not consider it wise to change this state of affairs for one which could not fail to cause political and economic confusion. It must not be considered that personally lam hostile to the plan. I merely voice the official sentiments of the Constantinople Foreign Office. "But I do not think it fair to encourage by silence false hopes, the realization of which would only lead to trouble and embarrassment for a nation which has certainly never persecuted the Hebrew race. If the promotors of the plan would heed this advice I know it will save their co-religionists in Europe and Asia troubles and disappointments hereafter." The movement toward the purchase of Palestine originated about a year ago, and from the writings of Dr. Theodore Herzl, of Vienna, it has gained considerable headway in this country. Not less than six Zionist congresses have been held since the crusade started. An incident, told by a correspondent of Harper's Weekly, who wr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA DURING THE YEAR. Rink* wrttt.ii F,re RISKS. WIII.MJII .......................... MJUAAH A.\ Prpmlnm. „..| >u i /»«_«L\ $2,000,016 00 rremiums receivea (gross) 80796 68 (Signed) J. RBMSBN LANB, (Signed) STATE OF NEW YORK, CITY OF NEW YORK-8S I Secretary. (Seal of Notgry.) Sworn to January 26, IBM, before Notary Public. BY REV. J. L. GAMBLE. The verdict of medical science to-day goes to show that the meats forbidden in the Old Testament Scriptures are still injurious to man's physical system; that God's laws are never arbitrary, but are wisely and lovingly adapted to the constitution and needs of mankind—not Jews alone. Moses said to Israel, "The Lord commanded us to do all these statutes for our good always, that He might preserve us alive, as at this day."—Deut. vi:24, God could not pre. serve them in life and health if they persisted in poisP their blood with meats which he advised them reated unclean and unwholesome, s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

A JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Fub'isher, 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-Offlce, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. It was a rare and pleasing sight to witness a meeting of the size and importance of that held last Sunday night by the Congregation Beth Ahaba, in which absolutely no temperor bitterness was shown. Indeed there was an understanding, expressec more than once, that whatever the decision, the minority would yield gracefully. That this pledge wil be redeemed goes without saying, and we predict that ere long many of those who on last Sunday night opposed building will be among the most ardent workers in the cause. It seems to be one o those rare occurrences when a project has been started on its way without giving rise to numerous bickerings and dissensions which seem to sp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

have repeatedly solicited permission to speak. The note urged in forcible terms the desirability, in the interest of both countries, of a speedy conclusion of the present agitation. The presentation of this note led M. Dupuy, the French Prime Minister, to bring pressure to bear upon the Court of Cassation, which, however, by a majority of three decided to continue the proceedings (its own way and hold a supplemental inquiry, lich is now virtually ended. Mr. Vizetelly learns that eighteen of the Judges of c Court of Cassation are in favor of revision of the eyfus case, and that fifteen of the Judges are opposed to that course. It is probable, Mr. Vizetelly adds, that on a full vote of the Judges of the United Court of Cassation the revisionists will have a ma- R 4 Unto the success of a sermon two people connate, and without their joint efforts the sermon st be a failure," writes lan Maclaren, in the May Ladies' Home Journal, of * 4 The Art of Listening to a Sermon," the first of a se...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 May 1899

RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHBDULB 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 Sleepers to New York. 8:20 A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Glen Allen, Ashland, Taylorsville, Doswell, Ruther Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fredericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater Pullman car. 8:45 A. M., Dally, except Sunday, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Ashland, Tavlorsville. Doswell, Ruther Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit. Fredericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater. Pullman car. 12-.00 M. Daily, except Sunday, for Washing ton and points North. Stops at Elba, GUn Allen, Ahhland, Doswell, Milford, Fredericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater. Parlor-car. Also connects with Congressional Limited at Washington. 7:40 P. M. Daily, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Ashland, Doswell, Milford...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

Friday, MAY 19, 1899. The Jewish South VOLUME 11. NUMBER 19. PEACE JUBILEE WASHINGTON May 23d, 24th and 25th. SPECIAL FAST TEAIX via. Chesapeake and Ohio Route, in charge of Mrs. J. R. GIL/L/. $2.50 FOR ROUND TRIP TICKETS. This train w*ll leave C. & O Broad Street Station at 8:30 A. M., May 23d —returning', leave Washington at 7:30 P. M., May 24th, giving nearly two days at the National Capital to witness many of the interesting parades and other attractions of the Peace Jubilee. A. Parlor Car will be attached to the train, for which an extra fare of 50 cents will be charged for all who may desire to occupy it. Seats should be secured in advance at C. & O. Passenger Office, 809 E. Main street. WORK DELIVERED IN 48 HOORB FROM RECEIPT OF ORDER. _ i —— A Copper-plate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards, for $1 00 Plate and 100 Cards, - 135 Address per line, extra, - - 25 If you furnish Plate—so Cards, 50 " " " 100 " ' 85 CASH MUBT ACCOMPANY ORDER. Write for Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

Ko/wme Xl—Numlyer 19. RICHMOND, VA., MAY 19, 1899. Whole Number 277. The son of Mr. Joseph L. Levy, who had a slight attack of scarlet fever, is nearly well. Mr. Kahnweiler, who has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Dettelbach, has returned home. The little daughter of Mr. Isaac Held, who has been sick with typhoid fever, is improving. Dr. E. C. Levy is at the Warm Springs, Va., where he will act as resident physician during the months of May, June and September. The engagement is announced of Miss Bettießose, of this city, to Mr. Isaac Weil, of St. Louis, Mo. The marriage will occur during June. The funeral of Mr. Abram Miller, who died at the Retreat for the Sick last Saturday, was held at the mortuary chapel in the Hebrew cemetery last Sunday afternoon. Rabbi Calisch officiated. The funeral of Miss Estelle Falke, who died the previous day, was held from the mortuary chapel at the Hebrew cemetery last Friday afternoon. The dedeased was only in her twenty-eighth year, and had long b...

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