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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 January 1894

over five hundred million of people. But thank Heaven ! that Europe was religiously speaking civilized enough, and was in no need of a new religion. Mehmed X fiend i, alias Sabbatia, married before his death a third wife. He died on the day of Atonement, 1676. In the memory of his followers, his name in spite of his treacherous action, was ranked among the saints. And even now at the present age there are in Europe especially in Russia and Poland different sets of so-called Chasidim, which are more or less outgrowths of the original Sabba'biana. NORFOLK, YA. Mr. and Mrs. E. Peyser, of Newport News, spent Sunday in Norfolk. Mr. Simon Griff, of Baltimore, was in the city last week. Mrs. A. Heller is visiting Mrs. Y. Strasburger, on Bank street. Mr. Jacob Umstadter has returned to John Hopkins. Cards for the Levy-Raphael wedding are out. Tbe ceremony and reception will take place at the Montefiore Hall on January 10th. Miss Miriam Umstadter left Tuesday night on a trip to Baltimore and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 January 1894

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T EZEKIEL. Editor Ml Prop, 72? Sabt Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Entered at the Post Office. Richmond, Va., as second class mail matter. Rabbi Horwita has contributed two very in teresting and instructive historical sketches to The South and we gladly welcome him into the foln of onr contributors. The article on Sabathia Z'vi in this issue is especially acceptable, showing to what frenzy and madness faith may lead a people, when not guided by reason. We have been told that there are sixtjseven applications sent in for the pulpit of the Boston Reform Congregation about to be made vacant by the retirement of Rabbi Solomon Schindler. It is possible this number is a trifle ezagerated but that it is in fact a very large one is trne. ' What with this plethora of religious guides and the two colleges, one at New York an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 January 1894

WANTONNESS JND REVERENCE. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD H. CALISCH. And now, O Israel, what does Go'dask of thee, but to reverence the Eternal thy God, to go in all His ways, to love Him and serve Him with all thy heart and soul. (Deuteronomy x, 10.) The primeval conceptions of Deity were always connected with fear. Man's first religion was one of dread. He was afraid of the wrath of the gods. This made him very circumspect in hie conduct, when he deemed himself in their presence, in their groves or at their altars, or in the temples dedicated to their worship. He was very careful not to offend by unseemly action, by any lack of attention or devotion, or by display of pride or selfimportance. The honor and the homage which were given, were rendered not so much because of the honor in which the gods were held, as in the fear that the anger of the gods would be provoked were the honor and the homage to be omitted.* With the patriarchs and the Mosaic revelation the feeling of fear was softe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 January 1894

midst, and "the fear of God" is not found among you. I cannot conclude without calling to your mind the fact that after all has been said or trained or achieved or wrought by human tongue or brain or skill, that the human weakling has no cause to be self-satisfied, or puffed up with the pride of self, for without the grace of Him who formed the eye and planted the ear and gifted the brain and dowered the tongue with eloquence, the arm with strength and the hand with skill, that nothing could have been achieved. Let then your mind be humble and your heart filled with reverence. The sage of tbe Talmud taught well (Shabbss 31, a and b) that a man who has " torah'' learning, but has no "yirath ahomayim," reverence, is likened unto a treasury-keeper to whom has been given the key of the inner door, but not the key of the outer door, whereby ho may enter. A man may be ever so wise, witty, brilliant, accomplished, and successful, but if his heart be not attuned to the simple melody of reve...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 January 1894

ITEMS OF INTEREST. PHILADELPAIA. Rabbi Moses J. Gries, of Cleveland, ()., occupied the pulpit of Bodeph Sholen congregation last Saturday. He was) the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Berkowitzr The comic operetta by Milton Goldsmith, "Jay Cearar, Esq." was given at Musical Fund Hall, for the benefit of the charities of the city under tbe auspices of the Young Woman's Union. It was a brilliant success in every way. Over $3000 was netted. CHARLESTON, W. VA., The Channuka festival given under the direction of the Sunday School was a splendid success. The children all acquitted themselves creditably. Rabbi Salzman was presented by the Sunday School with a very handsome book-case and writing desk. BALTIMORE. Rabbi A. H. Geismar of Brooklyn N. T. lee tured before the Y. M. H. A. last Sudday on "Leasing and Mendelsohn." The plans of the new temple of Har Sinai congregation, have been accepted and work will be begun on them as soon, as practicable. The building will be at the corner of Bolton and Wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 5 January 1894

DCCnDC Investigate a little for yourself. Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." DLlUnt 2 - S *, n<l to v " for rAten an(l examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INSURING '. 3 ' Get the Bamc lnforma tion from other Companies for comparison. inUWillllU • 4. Then select the Company yon beliere will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR | JOIIrJ B- CARY A SON, ■ irr General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Llrt Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. 18Q1 Main Str—t, Conner 12tk, - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. PEESTOIsr Nos. 16 and 18 Governor Street, Richmond, iVa. NOTICE. Ji you want the BEST PLUMBING, TINNING, GAS-FITTING, CULVERTING, FURNACES, RANGES, FIRE PLAIN HEATERS, GAS STOVES AND GAS RADIATORS in the city, see DALTON & CHAPPELL, No. 11 Governor Street RAILROAD SCHEDULES. o. & o. In effect November 19, 1893. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, BROAD STREET STATION. 840 A.M. Daily, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

RICHMOND NEWS. The Cotillion Clnb will give its next german Mondsy, January 22d, at the Masonic Temple. Mias Dora Kahnweiller will visit her friend, Mias Miriam Greenwald, of west Grace street, this week. The Jefferson Literary and Social Circle held it* first meeting of the year last night. The officers for 1894 were "sworn in." Among the bank-directors elected last Wednesday were Messrs. Leopold Levy and Israel Stern, of the First National; Mr. Emanuel Raab, of the National Bank of Virginia, and Mr. Morton B. Bosenbaum, of the Planters National. The B iard of Fire Commissioners last Monday night elected Mr. Isadora Hirahber to the captaincy of the chemical-engine company which ia to be organized abont a month hence. This ia an admirable selection, as Mr. Hiiah berg for many years filled a similar position in the Fire Department, making a most i fhVient officer.' Tbe new company will be located on Broad street between Ninth and Tenth, in that portion of Washington Hall now need for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

Mrs. Samuel Wertheimer, of Washington, D. C, who enjoyed a most pleasant stay in our city as the guest of her uncle, Mr. O, Oppenheimer, haa returned home. Miss Florence Leopold, of Philadelphia, ia having a most pleasant time in our city visiting her Mend, Mies Senora Kadden. Mm. M. Reinach haa left for Baltimore to visit relatives and friends. Mias Helen Eigenbrun has gone to Tarboro, N. C, to attend the Kaufman-Morris marriage which will take place on the 17th instant. Virginia. Staunton,Va. Mr. Joseph Barth has recovered from a serious attack of to grippe, and is again at his place of business, Misses R wetta and Minnie Cohen, ■pent the Christmas holidays in Harrisonburg with their aunt, Mrs, Dora Switzer, formerly of this place. They returned home Wednesday, Mr. Samuel Rosenbaum and Mias Belle Powers, were married in Baltimore on last Tuesday by Rabbi Tobias Schonfarber. Mias Powers became Jewess before entering into the bonds of matrimony. Miss Lillie Heller, of Harrisonburg, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

The New South. Th c rapidity with which the South has risen from the collapse generated by the late war is phenomenal and becomes a matter of reflection. In 1865 there was nothing apparently for the Southern people to look forward to bnt poverty and distress—all was dark and sombre, with no light to dispel the overhanging gloom. The old system of cotton cultivation had been wiped out by bonkruptcy of the cottot factors, who for years had furnished the necessary credits to make these crops; and advances through the season, from one year's end to another were only one of the things of tne past to be remembered, not to be indulged in. Under tbe old system of Urge plantations, each planter had his own gin house and press; but under a new regime finding himself unable to control capital to pay bis labor except by paying enormous rates of interest upon heavily morgaged lands and appurtenances, succumbs to the inevitable, and is obliged to cut up his thousands of acres and rent them to sma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHHD WEEKLY. HERBERT T EZEKIEL, Editor and Prop., 72? sUtT Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising; Rate, 60 cents per inch. Entered at the Post Office. Richmond, Va., aa second das* mall matter. What has become of the United Young Men's Hebrew Association? Haa it, too, been wrecked in the hurricane of 1893 ? It would, indeed, be too bad if it were so. We had occasion to speak with a gentleman this week regarding a certain candidate for office ia this city, and during the conversation the question of church Affiliation came up. We asked of what church said candidate was a member, and were answered that he was s "floating Christian," and not identified with any particular church. The phrase struck us ss being an odd yet a happy one. The strength, numerically at least, of tbe Christian Church lies to a great extent in the fact that very many Christians are only so nomina...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

THE PUBLIC GOHQEKE. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH. " Thou shalt not follow the muliitude to do evil, nor shalt thou speak in a cause to incline after the many, to wrest judgment."— Exodus xxwa. Emerson rightly defines civilization as "the unfolding of the limbs sod faculties of a being." The snake has all bis limbs sheathed and hidden, having neither anna, nor hands nor feet In birds sod beasts these organs are uncovered and allowed to be used. In man they axe entirely at liberty and allowed full play. Man consequently grows and advances and reaches the summit of civilization. The strength of these freed limbs lies not so much in tbe limbs themselves, as in the power they possess to employ the strength of others. A mark of that complex thing we call civilization, is the command that we possess over the forces of nature. The rivers tarn oar mill-wheels and carry our burdens, the lightning delivers onr massages, coal aad iron and wood axe our transportating slaves, the sun and m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T EZEKIEL, Editor ancl Prop., 72? &*f»T Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Single Copy, Five Cents, advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Pntered at the Poet Office. Richmond, Va., aa second class mail matter. What has become of the United Young Men's Hebrew As»odstion? Has it, too, been wrecked ia the hurricane of 1893 I It would, indeed, he too bad if it were so. We had occasion to speak with a gentleman this week regarding a certain candidate for ofles la this city, sad during the conversation has qassttoa of church affiliation came up. We asked of what church said candidate wss a member, aad were answered that he was s "floating Christian," aad not identified with say particular church. The phrase struck us ss being an odd yet a happy one. The strength, numerically at least, of the Christian Church lies to a great extent in the met that very many Christians an only...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

THE PUBLIC COHSCIEHCL A SERIIOM BY RABBI EDWARD M. CALISCH. "Than shalt not follow the mnltttudetodo erU, nor shalt thon speak in a <»^„ to *»™ after the many, to wrest Judgment."— Exodus xxma. Emerson rightly defines civilisation at "the unfolding of the limbs and faculties of a being." The snake has all his limbs sheathed and hid den, having neither arms, nor hands nor feet lo birds sad beasts these organs are uncovered and allowed to be used. In man they era entirely at liberty and allowed fall play. Man consequently grows aad advances aad reaches the summit of civilization. The strength of these freed limbs lies not so mnch ia the limbs IbiiliwslTss, as in she power they possess to employ the strength of others. A mark of that complex thing we call civilization, is the command that we peesess over the forces of nature. The rivers turn oar mill-wheels sad carry onr burdens, the lightning delivers onr messages, coal aad iron and wood are onr transportating slaves, the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

world is being attuned to the melody of monotheism. Tot, friends, the work is by no means done. It lies for us sll the more, ss the possessors of this true moral knowledge, to make it manifest in our life and conduct. Israel is tbe conscience of the nations, let the beautiful life of tbe devotees of Israel's faith be the urgings of that conscience, leading men on to tbe path of higher and nobler existence. Let us not follow the multitude to do evil, but lead tbe multitude in doing right ITEMS OF INTEREST. NEW YORK. It has developed that J. Pierpont Morgan is the philanthropist who has donated a large sum of money to Nathan StrauaVs new society with the store where articles of food may be par chased cheaply by the poor. The amount given is supposed to be $50,000. The man who makes this generous gift never speaks of his gifts to the poor, but it is thought that bis donations foot up fully $100,000 annually. dkhvkr, col. Rabbi William S. Friedman has determined not to accept the offer ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

DR. DAVIDS* • l •So_igh (igpcap Is offered to the public as the Best Cure for COUGHS, COLDS, CROUP, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, and ] all THROAT and LUNG troubles. It is a Syrup of Pure Pine Tar, Hoarhound , and Wild Cherry, and a Remedy that ought to be in every house. Thousands of our Richmond people have - tested the value of this old-fashioned Remedy of our grandmothers', and can testify as . to its wonderful Cures. Mothers with Croupy and Coughy Children will find this a great boon. , It is Pleasant, Harmless, and Cures every time. Price 25c. Bottle Everywhere. For SICK HEADACHE and BILIOUSNESS take 1 DM' LI! PIUS, the best Anti-Bilious and Sick-Headache Pill known. 25c. A BOX OF TWENTY-FIVE PILLS EVERYWHERE. 806 E. Broad Street j FINE WINES, UQUORS and CIGARS.! EXCELLENT RESTAURANT. Fine Billiard and Pool Parlors. caterings all its branches. Weddings, Balls and Parties Furnished at Short Notice. PURCELL, LADD & CO.'S EmOLSIBN * GBD-LIVER * 81L Is the Best Preparation ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 January 1894

nrrnnr 1 " lnT * ,t 'S atca,itt,efor y oarse "'- Bvery Agent claims his Company is "rheßest." ULrUKt 3 - Senrt to "" for rate " anri examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INSIIRINfI '. 3 ' Get thC same information fTom other Companies for comparison. IllOUninU • 4. Then select the Company you believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOrJN R. CARY A SON, ■ ir-p * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Lift Northwestern Mutual lAfe Insurance Company. 1801 Main gtreot, Cornor 12th, - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. W. A. MONCURE, ' ™ TRUSTEE FOR _P_R_E3STO3ST B_EI J "V r 'l_lSr 1h v IJ_R_IVI / MJ_R_E> below cost to close out stock. NOTICE. If you want the BEST PLUMBING, TINNING, GAS-FITTING, CULVERTTNG, FURNACES, RANGES, FIRE PLAIN HEATERS, GAS STOVES AND GAS RADIATORS in the city, see DALTON & CHAPPELL, Ifo. 11 Governor Street. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. "a&oT In effect November 19...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

RICHMOND NEWS. Miss Ophelia Lewit has returned /torn a visit ' of some months to Chicago. Mr. S. M. Goodman made a flying visit * •Baltimore the earlier part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. LabenbeiK celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on Thursday eveni ing, January 4th. Mrs. Haas, of Charleston, West Virginia, is j visiting Mrs. L. Z. Morris, of north Eighth i street. The Cotillion Club gives a german next Monday night Caterer T. A. Hnleher will give another of his splendid suppers. Mr. Henry S. Walleretein (S. Ullman's Son), . was unfortunate enough to lose upwards of $600 last Sunday night by the "cracking" of his safe. Poet Quartermaster Gaston Kraker received a gold medal and also a bar at the distribution of regimental prizes last Monday night Mayor S. H. Fishblate, of Wilmington, N. C, who has been in the city several weeks for the treatment of his eyes, has been fortunate enough to entirely recover his sight Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Lang and Mrs. A. Lang, of D<w Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

was vary creditably rendered by Mies Helene Fischer, after which an essay was read by Mr. Jacob Neuman, entitled "Intellectuality of the Future Gene ration," which was well received. Rsv. E N Calisch, of Richmond, delivered a lecture in oar city oa Tuesday last, under the auspices of the M. L. C, for the benefit of the poor, choosing for his subject " Universality of Religion." The discourse was an able an exhaustive discussion of the subject and was delivered in the speaker's usual forceful and impressive manner. It is hoped by his many appreciative hearers that they will have the pleasure of hearing him again at an early date in oar midst A fashionable " Afternoon tea " was given Tuesday at the residence of Miss Senora Kadden in honor of her guest, Miss Florence Leopold, of Philadelphia. Among the visitors who spent a most pleasant time in our city last week were Misses Sara Hutzler, Fannie Mittoldorfer, Daniella Stern, Til lie Krak.r and Mollie Hutzler, also Messrs. Gaston X rake...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

The Jew as a Missionary. A few days ago, in a company of friends, the conversation turned upon the Jews, and the charge was made that Judaism was always a tribal religion, and that a jealonsy of and contempt for foreigners was a leading characteristic of the Jewish people. Space will not permit me to enumerate all the charges that were brought against the children of Abraham. They may all be>summed up in the expression " extreme Pharisaism," and those who understand the full meaning of this term will comprehend the sweeping charge made against the Jewish race. I offered to prove that I could show to the • satisfaction of any candid man that the charge of exclusiveness and race prejudice was of comparatively modern origin, and was not characteristic of the people at large, and fnrther, to prove that the Jews had not only spread the knowledge of the one true God over all of the ancient world, but had been largely instrumental in making thd work of the apostles easy, and in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

THE JEWISH SOUTH. < A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE j INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. ( PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ! HERBERT T EZEKIEL. Editor and Prop, 72:' &\*t Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. ' Entered at the Post Office. Richmond, Va., as second cia*s mail matter. ' There is a great tendency at the present time ' on the part of many of our Christian neighbors to " pat the Jew on the back," and tell him ' that he is a splendid fellow simply because he ' is a Jew. In some instances this may be done with the best intention in the world, but to the intelligent and self-respecting Jew it is extremely tiresome to be perpetually told that he is as good as other people when he behaves himself. Take the average Christian speaker at a Jewish gathering and what will be the trend of his remarks f With the greatest complacency he will in a patronizing manner inform his hearers that they should be proud of being Jews....

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