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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

Rosenbaum, vice-president, Sol. Mazintoe, trustee, and J. Heyman, teacher, occupied seats around the altar. The solo sung by Miss Mabel Joel was charming. Dr. Simon wishes to thank Mrs. Carr, Miss Joel and Mr. Heyman for their assistance. Bennie, Philip and Max Liebrecht have left for New York, where the boys will make their home. Petersburg, Va. ? Dr. Mark W. Peyser spent last Wednesday in the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Coleman and Miss Helen Eigenbrun have returned from New York, where they have b "en spending the past two or three months. Mr. Sidney Fischer is in the city shaking hands with his friends. By the death of Mr. Morris L. Myers, Petersburg has lost one of its most promising young business men. After a heroic struggle he hreathtd his last at St. Luke's hospital, in Richmond, Saturday night at 11:30, where he was operated on Friday night for peritonitis. The funeral took place Tuesday at 10:30 A. M., from the family residence on Bolingbroke street, during which a good many of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. We are with Ruth an the welcome sight of land is hailed by those on board the throbbing steamer. The hurry and flurry of the passengers who for the first time gazed upon the green hills of God's own country, throws Ruth into a fever. They had reached quarantine. This delay over, they are landed at the barge office, the grey-stone house that is to many the abiding place of joy, and to many, sorrow. She is approached by a man in uniform. He speaks to her in a strange language. She shakes her head and smiles sadly and conveys to him the fact that she does not comprehend him. An interpreter is called. She is put through the same category as a thousand other immigrants: " What is your name?" "Where do you come from ?" "What is your destination ?" " Have you any relations ? " To this last question she answers "Yes, one, my husband." And then comes the question seemingly so innocent and which answered satisfactorily is the cause of freedom to the married female immigrant ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

[THE JEWISH SOUTH. MAMiA« H E^ ra 0I }?^ ZK,> UN OKR THE LAWS OF THE STATE OF NHW YORK MADE TO TUB AUDITOR OF PUHLIC ACCOUNTS OF TUB COMMONWRAI TH mr VIROINIA, IN PURSUANCE TO THE LAWS OF VIRGINIA: COMMONWEALTH °* President—J. REMSEN LANE. Secretary—CHAßLES L. ROE Principal Office—34 PINE STREET NEW YORK General Agent In Virginia—THOMAS L. ALFRIEND Residence RICHMOND, VA. Organised or incorporated—APßlL, 1862 Commenced Dullness—APßlL. 1862. Amount of capital stock subscribed tl 000 000 m Amount of capital stock paid up In ca5h....!......'..""!"".'" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1.'000.000 00 Value of real estate owned by the company 46000000 Loans on mortgage (duly recorded and being the first liens on'the f'eV simple)! upon which not more than one year's interest is due 7 000 no Interest accrued on ail said mortgage loans Vg Value of lands mortgaged, exclusive of buildings and" perishable" imKents $4 500 buildings mortgaged (Insured for's7,ooo as"collateral) !'.!'.!!'.! 11,000 STOC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

have you fixed up the place that way recently ?" the lady asked in a slightly apprehensive tone. "Bless you, miss," was the reply, " we has to do this about every two weeks, so as the tourists can have something to carry away for momen turns." ri Fifth Avenue National Bank of York has 5,000 women depositors. It is situated at the corner of Forty-fifth street and Fifth avenue, in the midst of the residences of wealthy classes, and is almost exclusively patronized by rich women, who keep their household accounts and pin money there. The receiving tellers are very busy during the first few days of every month, when the patrons of the bank bring in the allowances they have received from their husbands or fathers, but the rest of the time they have comparatively few depositors to take care of, and have plenty of time to assist the paying tellers in cashing checks that have been drawn to meet grocery or dressmakers' bills. "I tell you,"said the unobtrusive man, "that Paris mob must be mad...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

h?HE JEWISH SOUTH. BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF VIRGINIA DURING THE YEAR. I Premiums received (gross) .'!.!...'!!.'.'.'!.'!.'..'.'.'... ".7.7.7. ...'.'.'...'.'.......'.'.'.... ' 30,795 68 Losses paid 21,996 70 Losses Incurred 28,025 20 (Signed) J. REMSBN LANE, . President (Signed) C. L. ROB, Secretary. STATE OF NEW YORK, CITY OF NEW YORK—SS.: (Seal of Notary.) Sworn to January 26, 1899, before JOSEPH M'CORD, Notary Public. I In a town where the fire of anti-Semitism throws out its vilest fumes, Dr. Felix Jais, a young Jewish surgeon Of Algiers, has quietly laid down his life in an exemplary devotion to duty. Several cases of typhus having recently been discovered in Algiers, notably in the palace of the Governor-General, whose son died of the dread disease, stringent measures were taken to prevent its spread, and the several persons stricken with the fever were isolated in the El-Ketar Hospital. Dr. Jais was among the first to volunteer to assist the medical staff in tending the patient...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and PuVUher, 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-Offlee, Richmond, Va., an second clans matter. There is something grimly humorous in the fact that the international peace congress, called at the instance of the Czar, should meet at this particular time, its sessions having begun yesterday. The ink on the edict of the imperial ukase banishing all Jews from St. Petersburg is scarcely dry, when we are presented the pleasing spectacle of the author of that decree appealingfor universal peace. Such an act from such a quarter does not carry with it the same surprise that would be created by it if it were the doing of a reputable European monarch, of whom there are some, even at this day. It would appear that decency in Russia is indeed . dead, and the late Harold Fred...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. and usury because they were excluded from other careers. They multiplied, however, and became, in a measure, strong enough to gain emancipation by degrees, but as they did so they were dogged by popular dislike and envy. At the close of the thirteenth century, the Jews, to the number, it is said, of over 16,000 —a considerable portion of the population in those days—were driven out of England by Act of Parliament, and, though a few individuals crept in stealthily from time to time, it was not deemed permissible by law for a Jew to live and trade among us down to the time of the Commonwealth. Cromwell allowed them to return in 1655, avowing that his sympathy was great with "this poor people whom God chose and to whom he gave the law." But he was possibly not less influenced by his perception of the benefit to trade and to the development of banking and international exchange from the immigration of a trained bod\ of business men, most of them coming from Amsterdam a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 May 1899

RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JAM. 16, 1899. LEAVE B\ RD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M., Daily, for Washington and points North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers to New York. 3:20 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., Daily, except Sunday, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Ashland, Tavlorsville. Doswell, Ruther Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fredericksburg. Brooke, and Widewater. Pul man car. 12:00 M. Daily, except Sunday, for Washing ton and points North. Stops at Elba, GLn Allen, A-hland, Dosvsell, Milford, Fredericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater. Parlor-car. Also connects with Congressional Limited at Washington. 7:4-0 P. M. Daily, for Washington and, points North. Stops at Elba, Ashland, Doswell, Mil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

Friday, MAY 86, 1899. J HHI VOLUME 11. NUMBER 80. OPI N A RANK ACCOUNT WITH THE H rhmond • Perpetual • Building Loan • and * Trust * Co.. 1004 E. MAIN STREET. DEPOSITS of $1.00 and upwards received antl INTEREST allowed thereon. .. ' —' ~—» LOANS MADE ON REAL EBTATE. NEGOTIABLE PAPER DISCOUN ED. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. kH. THEODORE ELLYSON, HENRY S. HUTZLER, President. Cashier. r A Copper-plate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards, for -------- $1 00 Plate and 100 Cards, -----»--- 138 Address per line, extra, 28 If you furnish Plate—so Cards, ----- SO " " '« 100 " ----- 88 CAW MUST ACOOMPANY OWPER. Write for Prices on WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCE* MENTS, CARDS, etc. H. T. EZEKIEL. P. O. Box 357. 82« E. Main Street. RICHMOND* VIRGINIA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

Volume XI-Number 20. RICHMOND, VA., MAY 26, 1899. Whole Number 278. Ktfrs. Milton E. Marcttse is quite sick again. important meeting of the Ladies' Hebrew Aid iety was held at Thon's Hall last Sunday night. Mrs. Michael Block, of Pocahontas, Va., who is visiting her mother, Mrs. S. Lisberger, expects to return home shortly accompanied by her mother. Messrs. M.J. Straus, Leon Wallerstein and Rabbi Calisch have been elected members of the Board of Managers of the Richmond Lyceum. The last-named ■as also chosen a vice-president. Mr. M. Mitteldorfer Straus, son of Mr. Julius Straus, of this city, who for the past year has been attending the Art League school, in Washington, D. C, has gained the scholarship prize. Miss Essie Rosenstein,of Baltimore, who has been the guest of Mrs. F. Bowman, 626 north Eighth street, left for home last Wednesday, accompanied by her father, who came to Richmond Monday for that purpose. A conference was held last Sunday night of the solicitingcommittee of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. I bequeath to each of the twenty Bureaux dcßienfaisance Of the city of Paris, 25,000 francs (in all 600,000 francs). I bequeath to the Jewish Colonization Association, the seat of which is in London, a capital of 10,000,---000 francs, the Income of which shall be paid annually to the Alliance Israelite Universale in Paris for the maintenance and establishment of its schools and other philanthropic institutions. Should at any future time the AlKance Israelite Universale cease to exist, the Colonization Association shall apply the revenue to analogous objects, and especially to those which, in accordance with the directions of my late husband, cannot be assisted from the monies placed by him at its disposal. In the event of the sums bequeathed to the Ecole Normale Israelite Orientale in Paris under my codicil, dated 30th September, 1896, not being available for that institution for any reason whatsoever, both these legacies shall fall to the Jewish Colonization Assoc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

x xiHi jHi w ion o\j v i xx. ing day. • ••»•• The thirty-third day of the Sephiroth, from time immemorial, has been set aside as a day for the marriage rite, and no wedding—according to Orthodox Judaism —can be celebrated during the Omer save on Lag b'Omer. Early in the day the home of Rifka was the scene of activity. The Chupah had been brought by careful hands to the house, the friends were assembling, even the Rabbi was already in attendance. As the hour approached for the ceremonial and it was known that the bride was arrayed in her robes, the Chupah was unfolded and four of the elderly men, known for their devoutness andTalmudical learning, held it in position. The din and bustle of the adjacent Boulevard penetrated the apartment where all was in readiness for the festivity, the bride peered through the door ajar, through which she would shortly pass to be united to her beloved "for better or worse," when a belated guest, terror-stricken, with pallid face, entered v inoticed, s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

an opera of "Moses," but subsequently substituted John of Leydon tor the Hebrew Prophet, not wishing to enter into rivalry with his friend Rossini, who had composed "Moses in Egypt." A rabbi has proposed that the confirmants in our synagogues be older than thirteen and fourteen, rather from sixteen to eighteen, so as to understand more fully the principles they profess. No better reform could be inaugurated. Not only would it disabuse the minds of the rising generation of the notion that there exists somewhere an unwritten law, commanding the discontinuance of the study of Hebrew and religion at the age of thirteen, but it would give an entire new phase to the rite of confirmation. Between the boy or girl of thirteen and the youth or maiden of seventeen there is a vast difference both in thought and action. It is during those years that the penchant for good and evil is given. Impressions produced during that period are of paramount influence. It is then that the life purpose is for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

THE SOTJTH« A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Pub'iaher, 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 total of charitable bequests made by the will of the late Baroness de Hirsch is $9,350,000. The Filipinos must indeed be a savage people. Not a man among them was willing to accept the treasury portfolio in the cabinet recently formed. By its action of last week Puck atoned for the many insinuations and charges it has made against the Jews. It printed a two-page colored sketch of Fame crowning with laurel wreaths the Baron and Baroness de Hirsch, who are truly characterized as the greatest philanthropists in the world's history. In publishing this picture the journal gave evidence that it harbors no prejudice or malice against the Jews, and that what was done in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH. globe oh which we dweH 680 times! If we allow the Weight of a man to be, on an average, one hundred weight (and that is below the mark), we shall come to the conclusion that 6.250,000 tons of human flesh have been mangled, disfigured, gashed and trampled under foot! The calculation will appear more striking when we state that, if only the forefingers of every one of those 1,400,000,000 human beings were laid in a straight line, they would reach more than 600,000 miles beyond the moon; and that if a person were to undertake to count the number—allowing nineteen hours a day and seven days to the wtekat the rate of 6,000 per hour, it would occupy that person 336 years! And-awful is the consideration ! 3,500,000 gallons of human blood have been spilt in E General Benjamin F. Butler was one of a commisn to examine young applicants for admission to ! bar, and before him came a youth who failed miserably on all that pertained to jurisprudence, case law, civil law, sumptua...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 May 1899

RHEUMATISM,! AND Inflammatory Diseases, CURED BY POLYNICE OIL. The new French Medical Discovery has been used 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 anrprised at the marvelous results produced by this wonderful French Medical discovery, which they called POWBRFUL POLYNICE. 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. - m (Signed) DR. E. L. ROGBRB. SOc per bottle. Sent upon receipt of price in Specialist from Paris, 1218 6 Street. N, W., Washington, D. C. ggr-Refusc all bottles that do not bear the abo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

Friday, JUNE 2, 1899. The Jewish South VOLUME 11. NUMBER SI. OPEN A BANK ACCOUNT WITH THE 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 ELLVSON, HENRY S. HUTZLER, President. Cashier. WORK DELIVERED IH 48 HODRB FROM RECEIPT OF ORDER. /■ — ■' , A Copper-plate, with your name and 50 Engraved Cards, for $1 00 Plate and 100 Cards, - - 1 38 Address per line, extra, ----.-.. 28 If you furnish Plate—so Cards, - - - - . - 80 " 100 " ..... 88 CASH MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER. Write for Prices on WEDDING INVITATIONS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, CARDS, etc. H. T. EZEKIEL, P. O. Box 557. 826 E. Main Street. RICHMOND* VIRGINIA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

Ko/iime Xl—Number 21. RICHMOND, VA., JUNE 2, 1899. Whole Number 279. Mrs. L. Levy is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Bear, in Norfolk, Neb. Miss R. C. Levy, who has been visiting relatives in New Orleans for several months past, has returned home. There is little improvement in the condition of Mr. Herman J. Myers, who has been sick for several weeks. Rabbi and Mrs. S. G. Bottigheimer and little son are the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bottigheimer, 106 east Leigh street. Dr. A. Bear, of Norfolk, Neb., is in the city attending the session of the International Association of Railway Surgeons. He is accompanied by his little daughter, Robinette. Mr. Milton E. Marcuse, of this city, has been elected a member of the Board of Directors of the Orphans' Home, of Atlanta, Ga., the membership of which was recently increased from 17 to 21. Miss Florence Bloomberg leaves on Monday for New York, and on next Thursday will sail for Europe. Upon her return in the fall she will publish a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

BY JENNIE C. SPIVAK. T was a gloomy afternoon. The December sun , was hidden under a thick cover of black clouds, and a heavy rain was monotonously beating against the window-pane. My desk presented afair example of chaos; books lay open, in which I had searched in vain for enlightenment on my eclampia case. The fireplace, with its flickering embers, was the only thing that spread a warm cheerfulness in the room. Dizzy from loss of sleep, and exhausted from anxiety. I yielded to the desire of stretching my weary bones on the couch near the hearth. I closed my eyes and began to merge into a doze, but the woman with her I pupils and distorted face like an evil shadow vering near me. his semi-conscious sleep I became suddenly of some one knocking at my door. "Is she 1 yelled, and jumped up. But Mr. Dubinsky, s everlasting suspicious grin and melancholy lance, was eyeing me from head to foot. I reto my sofa, for I know Dubinsky will come in t an invitation, and it will take him some efo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

failed, and a grave disease consumed her. She kept her illness secret from her husband. She frequently consulted me in reference to her health, but forbade me to mention the fact to Dubinsky. I told her that she would have to undergo an operation, and warned her that she must not linger, as it might become hopeless, but she never consented. "After his examinations—not before," she used to say sadly, but Shortly after Dubinsky called for the money I was summoned to see his wife. "She is very ill,-and in bed," said Dubinsky's sister, taking breath at each word, being herself a sufferer from asthma. The Dubinskys lived in a very dirty portion of Philadelphia, occupying three rooms in a tenement house. As I entered the first room I noticed the absence of the housewife. A lot of dirty dishes were piled on the sink, and on a table close to the door, among pieces of buttered bread, cups and saucers, lay medical books and bones belonging to the different parts of the human anatomy. It was o...

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