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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH* closed hef eyes and remained quiet for a few moments. When she opened them again two tears freed themselves and rolled slowly down the deathly white cheeks. "Please hand me that bouquet of flowers," she said, and when I gave her the flowers she brightened up and touched them with her lifeless lips. "I want my daughters to give these flowers to then: father to-morrow at the commencement." At that moment a nurse came in and told me in a whisper that Dubinsky telephoned to inform his wife that he passed successfully his examinations, and asked whether he could come to see her. I communicated this pleasant news to Anna. Her noble soul at that moment shown in all its sublimity in her eyes, and in a few moments left its mortal clay, while she ponent. We could mention twenty men, any one of whom would be regarded as a trusty witness in a court of justice, who are much interested in public affairs, and during the past year have expressed themselves very freely concerning p...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

A JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Etlitor aud Publisher, 826 East Main Street. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five CentsResolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Entered at the Post-Offlce, Richmond. Va.. an second clans matter. A revision of the Dreyfus case and a re-trial by court-martial would now seem almost a certainty. The report of M. Dupre to the Court of Cassation, stating positively that Esterhazy, and not Dreyfus, is the author of the document upon which the latter was convicted, seems to leave no other course open. The exposition of 1900 is almost at hand, and with all their mecurial temperament, the French people are lovers of the almighty dollar. Some radical move is necessary to satisfy the nations of the world I this Dreyfus matter, or an unsuccessful internanal fair stares them in the face. • The present is possibly the last chance France will ye to settle the case gracefully, ...

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

You may fancy that it is a privilege to your boy to have you for a father; but it is at least as much a privilege for you to have him for a son—provided you are a father to him, and not a mere idle and vicious appendage, writes Julian Hawthorne in the North American Review. And that sort of appendage is precisely what a large percentage of American fathers are. It does not mend matters to say that you are fond of your children, and in proof of it, to paw them and kiss them, give them toys and candy, picture books, circus tickets, skates and bicycles; or to scold them unjustly when they happen to get upon ' your nerve or in your way. An ape can slobber over its offspring, and give it nuts or cuff it, as whim may dictate. Selfishness is at the bottom of our failure to give proper attention to our children ; it is selfishWe want the fun of having children without incurring the liabilities. We want to have them around Us, when we are in the humor, and to have them look nice, and display...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 2 June 1899

RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. BCHBDULB IN EFFECT JAN. 16, 1899. LEAVE BVRD-STREET STATION. 3:33 A. M., Daily, for Washington and point* North. Stops only at Milford and Fredericksburg:. Pullman Sleeper* to New York. 8-20 A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Glen Allen, Ashland, Taylorsville, Dowwell, Ruther Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fredericksburg;, Brooke, and Widewater Pullman car. 8:48 A. M., Daily, except Sunday, for Washington and points North. Stops at Elba, Ashland, Taylorsville. Doswell, Kuther Glen, Penola, Milford, Woodslane, Guinea, Summit, Fredericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater. Pullman car. 12-OC M. Daily, except Sunday, for Washing ton and points North. Stops at Elba, GKn Allen, Aohland, Do*well, 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, Milfor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 June 1899

SPECIAL ESTIMATES ON HOTEL WORK. . . . MORRIS' BOX COUCHES Re-Upholaterlng and Mattress Renovating, All kinds of Furniture Repaired and Finished. Carpets Stored tree of charge when you give me the job of cleaning them. No. 211 N. Sixth Street, bet Grace and Broad, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1899. VOLUME 11. NUMBER 22. E. L. MORRIS, Couches, spring Beds AND Mattresses. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Jewish MANUFACTURER OF

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 June 1899

THE JEWISH SOUTH Volume Xl—Number 22. Richmond News. Miss Bertha Alexander, of Joliet, Ill., is visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. K. Fisher, 1210 Floyd avenue. A number of our people will spend the summer at the residence of the Hon. Mr. Parrish, in Louisa county. The meeting of the Board of Governors of the Jefferson Club, to have been held Tuesday night, was postponed until last night. Among the graduates at the Woman's College this week were Misses Miriam Millhiser and Emily Raab. Both of the young ladies took their degrees as Bachellor of Letters. Mr. Henry S. Wallerstein has purchased the Leake residence on Third street near Gamble's Hill. The price paid was $16,150. This is one of the handsomest residences in the city and cost $35,000 to build. Mr. Wallerstein will reside in it. The handsome new bar at the Jefferson Club is nearly ready for occupancy. The furnishings are exquisite, all four sides of the walls being solid mirrors. During this hot weather, it is understood, the beaut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 June 1899

To Suicides Commencing. THE advertisement in the newspaper ran as follows: "Suicides commencing—Thess should write for appointment to Rex Blake, 72 Uppingdon Gardens, South Kensington." Herbert Streuth, artist, received an appointment for 2:30 on Wednesday afternoon. He called at the South Kensington address and was shown into a solidly furnished library, where a podgy little old gentleman with white hair shook him warmly by the hand and bade him be seated. "I am very much pleased to see you, Mr. Streuth, and I trust that I may be of some service to you—in fact, that we may be of service to each other. But I must begin by asking you a plain question, which you will answer truthfully and in one word. Is your intended suicide connected in any way with severe poverty or overwhelming financial losses? " "No," said Streuth, "I am considered, I believe, to be fairly well off." "Delighted to hear it," said Mr. Blake, rubbing his chubby hands together, "now we will proceed. I tell you frank...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 June 1899

soon as that check has been cleared." Streuth pulled five sovereigns from his pocket and put them on the table. "I will take the directions and card of admission now." "Certainly," said Blake. "This little plan makes your way clear from Weybridge station. It is six or seven miles, and you will have to walk it. Cabs can be tracked." "I quite see that," said Streuth. "For similar reasons you must not inquire your way. You cannot miss it; the plan is on a large scale and every possible landmark is indicated. When you reach the furnace (which is supposed to be used in connection with some brick works), you will find a deaf mute as night porter in charge. Hand him the ticket, and he will show you by signs what to do." Streuth took the ticket and plan, shook hands and went out. He was a passenger in the last train to Weybridge that night. Three days afterward Streuth, with a smile on his face, called once more on Mr. Blake. Mr. Blake did not seem at all surprised to see him. "Let us speak...

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

to prevent the entry into town of the village mobs collecting from the outlying districts, with cries of *' Death to the Jews." All the village Jews have fled, and their shops and dwellings have been plundered and wrecked. There was a serious recrudescence of street fighting in various quarters of the town. Most of the Jews are fleeing to this port. Peace and order has been more or less restored, every quarter of the town being held by military. No particulars of the number killed and injured are allowed to be made public. 3ew« an© tbe peace Ideal. It is not that Jews have not paid their tribute to the war-god; history teems with instances of Hebrew valor on the battlefield, and at the present moment Jews abound in continental armies. But, after all, we are men of peace. We prefer to see the world moving to a higher development along the paths of scientific and industrial progress to wasting its vitality in international strife, however picturesque and however moving. Nay, we are me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 June 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-Otfice, Richmond, Va., a* second class matter. Dreyfus, who forfour long, weary yearshas done penance for the crime of being a Jew, is practically a free man, and to all the world it is proclaimed that this man, one of us, is not a traitor. The millenium is indeed at hand. Right nobly has France redeemed herself and proved her title to membership in the sisterhood of republics. Dreyfus is to have a new trial and will soon leave, if he has not already done so, his prison on Devil's Isle, where for the past four years he has suffered the tortures of the damned. He has been given a captain's uniform and informed that he has a right to wear it and the decoration of the Legion of Honor, but for reasons...

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

ish heroes who, like Abou ben Adhem, "loved their fellowmen" better than their lives. On Sunday, May 28th, while bathing in Lake Pontchartrain, near New Orleans, Isaac Meyer, a youth, was seized with cramp, and called tor assistance. One of his companions, William Nelken, leapt from the boat to aid him. Meyer clutched him frantically about the neck and both were drowned. We would suggest to such of our people as propose spending the summer away from home, to take their vacation as soon as possible, for the fall holidays come very early this year, Rosh Hashanah beginning on the evening of September 4th. The Grand Lodge of District No. 2, B'ne B'rith, which recently convened in Louisville, Ky., reduced the endowment from $1,000 to $800. /IMseionartea KHanteb. There is a vast deal of missionary work for Jewish women to do not only among the poor and illiterate, who hunger and thirst for mental and physical comfort, but also among the classes which represent and lead us. We need social ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 June 1899

RHEUMATISM, . LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA, DYSPEPSIA. —.and— Inflammatory Diseases, —CURED BY POLYNIGE OIL. The new French Medical Discovery hat been used with remarkable success in Ilellevue 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 nt Bellevne Hospital with HOLYNICB OIL, in treatment of RHKUMATISM were highly successful. The physicians at Hellevue Hospital were surprised at the marvelous results produced by this wonderful French Medical discovery, which they called POWKKPUI, POL.YNICE. 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 casta of rheumatism. DR. BA. ROGERS. POLYNICE OIL 80c per bottle. Sent upon receipt of price in •tamps. DR. ALEXANDRE, Specialist from Paris, 1218 6 Street N W., Washin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

SPECIAL ESTIMATES ON HOTEL WORK. . . . MORRIS' BOX COUCHES No. 211 N. Sixth Street, bet. Grace and Broad, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1899. The E. L. MORRIS, Conches, Spring Bed AND Mattresses. PRe- Upholstering and Mattress Renovating, All kinds of Furniture Repaired and Finished. Carpets Stored of charge when you give me the job of cleaning them. Jewish MANUFACTURER OF

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

THE Volume Xl—Number 23. Richmond News. Mr. Herbert Dallman has returned from New York. Dr. and Mrs. S. Galeski have returned home from a sojourn of several weeks in Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Levy, of Baton Rouge, La., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block, 109 west Clay street. Mr. Louis J. Strause, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Max Heller, of Philadelphia, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Hannah Strause. Mr. Gustavus Millhiser has endowed a scholarship at Richmond College. It is for the benefit of Richmond High School pupils. Miss R. Z. Van Vort was one of the graduates from the Old Dominion Hospital Training School last Monday. Rabbi Calisch delivered the address. The "long distance" record for pin pool at the Jefferson Club has been broken by two devotees of that game, who played eight hours on a stretch some days since. Among the young men who distinguished themselves at Richmond College this session were Messrs. Straus, Schwarzschild, Myers, Moses, Billikopf, Bloo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

morning at his residence on west Clay street. He was in his sixty-fourth year, and is survived by a widow, who was Miss Sarah Bachrach, and seven children. The deceased had been in bad health for some time. The hour of the funeral, which will probably be me time to-day, had not been set at this writing. The President of the Russian Court of Cassation on the Affaire Dreyfus. The "Petersburgkaja Wjedomosti" publishes an interview with M. Ignatz Saikewski with reference to the Dreyfus affair. He pointed out that the antiSemitic campaign was responsible for the scandal. Anti-Semitism was nothing more than a socialist agitation, and one of the most dangerous forms of that agitation. As soon as it was known in Paris that the condemnation of a Jewish officer was a judicial error, the anti-Semites and Chauvinists knew how to act. There should be no justice for Jews, and at once there arose the fable of the "German-Jewish Syndicate," which had for its object the release of Dreyfus by means o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

Judah Ben Halevy: "Never will I forget thee, O Jerusalem!" When the moon flooded the small chamber with its gentle light, a silvered brush painted the same inspiring words upon the blackened beams. When day was dying, and the poor student sat, deep-musing, in the cemetery, a soft wind would stir the cypress, and from their topmost boughs mysterious voices sang the sweet refrain: "Never will I forget thee, O Jerusalem!" He suffered from nostalgia, a wasting nostalgia. He longed to set foot in the home of his fathers'—a home that he had never seen; a home that he knew of only from the sacred writings. His longing to rest in the shadow of its walls was greater than his love of country or of kin, greater than his, poverty and destitution. He was entirely dependent upon his sister for the means of subsistence. Sheitwaswho paid for the bare chamber he occupied, the scanty food that supplied his needs. There was not a single being in the world from whom he could have borrowed the money for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

purchased by a rich Mohammedan, who made him his gardener. A gardener! Poor Galeb Jekarim, the only flowers he had seen grow were those that blossomed in the verses of the Bible or in the legends of the Talmud. A wild overgrown garden was it that Galeb was set to cultivate; flowers grew in rank profusion, spreading cypress cast their gloomy shade, narcotic plants filled the air with their heavy perfume, the tireless waves of the sea beat against its banks. The pilgrim worked faithfully at his task, and yet how often would he gaze upon the silvery sea with all the passion of longing, and as his eyes rested upon the distant, white-winged boats, his lips would murmur with a sigh: "Never will I forget thee, O Jerusalem!" How often would burning tears course down his hollow cheeks as he watched the moon rise in solemn splendor and float majestically over the vast expanse! Frequently, at set of sun, a veiled woman enveloped in a thick bernouse wonld take her evening walk in the garden, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 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. NOW THAT French justice seems to have come to itself, it is pursuing the straight track without fear or favor. Baron Christiani, who assaulted President Loubet at the races last Sunday a week ago, has been sentenced to four years' imprisonment, almost the extreme limit of the law. The Chamber of Deputies and the Senate were afraid that the government did not intend to prosecute the guilty ones in the Dreyfus conspiracy because of their high position. As a result they failed to give a vote of confidence, and a new and more liberal cabinet has been formed. * * * AT twenty minutes past six o'clock last Saturday morning the French cruiser Sfax, with Capta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

Jews," on account of their having migrated from Babylonia. They observed the essential rites of Judaism, and strictly avoided intermarriage with other sects. In the beginning of the seventeenth century a Jewish colony settled in Cayenne, in the West Indies, one of the most inhospitable climates in South America. was subsequently conquered by the French, who made it a penal settlement, and the Jewish colony was forced to retire to Surinam. Notwithstanding frequent persecutions, Jews are still found in Persia, more especially to the south of the Caspian sea, where the soil is very fertile, but the climate very unhealthy. The principal city is Balprosh, where about 150 Jewish families reside in almost complete isolation. They trade with their brethren in Great Tartary, and are engaged in the wool and silk trade or in the sale of citrons. They too, trace their origin from the Babylonian captivity, for, according to a tradition still possessed among them, their ancestors settled in Persi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 June 1899

8 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 surprised at the marvelous results produced by this wonderful French Medical discovery, which they called POWERFUL POLYNICE. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, April 5, 1897. The experiments made here at the hospital with the Polynlce Oil witnessed by me, having been very successful, I hereby recommend it in all cases of rheumatism. (Signed) DR. E. L. ROGERS. THE JEWISH SOUTH. SYDNOR Have the exclusive control in this section of the product of the Phœnix Furniture Comp'y OF GRAND RAPIDS, which is universally acknowledged to be th...

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