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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

THE TRUE CHARITY. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH. And when ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not wholly reap the corners of thy field, neither shalt thou gather up the gleanings of thy harvest: And thou shalt not glean thy vineyard, and the single grapes, that drop in thy vineyard, thou shalt not gather up, for the poor and the stranger thou shalt leave them; lam the Eternal, your God. (Leviticus xii-9-lO.) It needs no words of mine to remind you of the trying and troublous times in the midst of which we are now finding ourselves. During the but six months of tbe year past, a wave of commercial ruin swept over the country from end to end, and left behind it wreckage and desolation. It is not our intention here to discuss the cause of that financial panic, but rather the disastrous results which it caused, the distress, the want, the suffering and the poverty that are the inevitable concomitants and fruitage thereof. It is a strange freak of economic conditions that t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

because often they do not like to refuse, —heciuse they want to get rid of the beggar, because their social standing demands it because of their fear of pnblic opinion. Needless to say these selfish and unworthy motives destroy the fragrance of the flower of charity. The thing itself is there, but not its sweetest attribute. The true charity is that which is not satisfied with the mere giving but which seeks to discover the real need, whether it be hunger of heart or of body, starvation of soul or of stomach, and to relieve that The true charity is not that which seeks to get rid of the appli cant in the easiest and most expeditious manner, which dots not rest content with the mere giving of the gift, bu* which seeks to help the poor to help themselves, to lift them up to self-dependence, rather than to sink them into the depths of positive and perpetual pauperism. It is not alwaje a piond thing to say, *' I have never turned a beggar from my door." This may mean as niurh harm done ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

PURCELL, LADD & CO.'S EMULSIOM * COD-LIVER * 61L Is the Best Preparation for COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, &c. Price 60c. and $ 1 per Bottle. CRUMP ft WEST COAL CO., Dealers in all kinds of 'Phone 83. 1719 E. Gary Street YOUR choice from the * • m I Mowing: M.R. CATLIN CO., m 7;: to Tuberose, Dahlia, Amaryllis, 901 E MAIN STREET *»«* * Decorations 2wtoS2! Fall-Scarlet 427E8R -o; D - $5.00 to $50.00 and upward. Sweet thousand price-lute-ready March # to Customers. Order by Mail, Wire Of 'PHONE, • SATISFACTION • GUARANTEED AGENT FOR ___ + CaNdy R. L. CHRISTIAN A CO., 814 E. Main Street. Fancy Groceries and Liquors. Fine Teas and Coffees a Specialty. Pure Spices and Vinegar for Pickeling J. E. ROSE & CO., Stoves, Tinware Crockery, Tinning; PLUMBING, GASFITTING, 151 aE. Main and 105 E. Broad Street, -*•■ RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 January 1894

8 THE JEWISH SOUTH. DrmOr l * InTe,ti * at * aUtt,efor your9elf. Every ARfiitclnimshis Company is "Theßeat." otrUKt 2 - Send to us for rates nnd examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INSURING '. 3 " GCt thC SamC information rrom other Companies for comparison. IllOUniilll • 4. Then select the Company you believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOHN B- CARY. A SON, • I pp General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Llrt Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. 1801 Main Street, Corner 18th, - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. W. A. MONCURE, TRUSTEE FOR PEESTOIT BELVIN*. BELOW COST TO CLONE OUT STOCK. NOTICE. If you want the BEST PLUMBING, TINNING, GAS-FITTING, CTJLVERTING, FURNACES, RANGES, FIRE PLAIN HEATERS, GAS STOVES AND GAS RADIATORS in the city, see DALTON & CHAPPELL, No. U Governor Street. RAILROAD SCHEDULES. O. &c O. In effect November 19, 1893. TRAINS LEAVE RICHMOND, BROAD STREE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

RICHMOND NEWSMrs. Rosalie Held has recovered from an attack of la grippe. Miss Clara Morris, of Norfolk, is the gnest of Miss Rosa Angle. Mr. Samuel H. Fink, a popular diamond merchant of New York, is in the city. Mr. Henry S. Frank, of the firm of Frank, Buckner & Frank, was in the city last week. Mr. William Reinheimer was registered at the Spartanburg Inn, Spartanburg, S. C, last Sunday. Mr. Harry Hess, representing A. Hess, a prominent leather merchant of Philadelphia, is in Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. R. Jandorf, of Baltimore, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Henry Meyer, 105 east Clay street. Mr. Julius Straus, First Grand VicePresident of this district, installed the officers of Rimmon Lodge last Sunday night Paradise Lodge, I. O. B. B., meets next Sunday night First Grand VicePresident Julius Straus will install the officers for 1894. Mr. and Mrs. Max Frank, who are now on a visit to the parents of Mrs. Frank, will leave in a few days on an extended trip to Californi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

House: Messrs. A. B. Ettinger and Louis Levy, of New York; J. Goodman, of Philadelphia- Julius Macks, of Baltimore, and A. L. Straus, of Richmond. Staunton, Va. Mr Solomon Switzer, an old resident of this city, died at his home Wednesday, January 17th, from the effects of la grippe. Mr. Switzer was 77 years cf age. His children were notified by telgraph of their loss, and those that could come were here to attend the funeral. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Cohen, of Ohio; Mrs. Dora Switzer, of Harrisonburg, Va; and Mr. Jesse Switzer, of Coal Valley. Mr. L. Straus received a telegram last week announcing the sudden death of his father, who resides in South Carolina. His friends here sympathize deeply with the bereaved relatives. In this instance, also, death was the result of the grip. NORFOLK, VA. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marcus, spent Sunday in Norfolk, Mr. Eli Moss, of Petersburg, was in Norfolk last Thursday. Mr. B. Nusbaum, of Philadelphia, was in the city last week on a pleas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

the propensity of the Jaws to commit it It is so with the Mussulmen. For example at Damascus, the Jews formerly wore turbans. They have preserved in several religions of the Islam, and if theirs differs in colors from the other faithful it is the wish of the latter. Everyone recognizes the long Levite, talar of the Polish Jew; for us it is the classical costume of the Jew. We are inclined to represent him thus to ourselves always in the past; it is wrong. In ancient Poland the rich Jew dressed in tbe Polish costume, the epodeck on his head, fur cap of marter skin, which one can see yet to-day on the Sabbath day in Galicia; around the waist the chaftan or Polish jonpan, split on the sleeves and tied with a belt around the waist, as the Jews from that country love to tie around thair loina With this, the pantaloons in the boots and a sword at the side, for, in tolerant Poland, the Jew had formerly the same right as the nobles to carry a sword, so well so, that one would take the pictu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE I INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. | PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T EZEKIEL, Editor and Prop, 72? East 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 data mall matter. It seems to us that the author of the communication under the caption " Dv voi B'ithi" (a word in season) in our Hebrew contemporary H'ibri is worrying himself, and incidentally his readers, unnecesarily The writer tells of a Jew in New York who at the present time is living off what money he can beg when it is a notorious fact among his neighbors that he is possessed of a eompe tenoy, to say nothing of several children at work each of whom is said to be doing well. The communication ends in about these words: " You writers of Israel, do not be silent ; come along, come together to remove this great evil before it takes root more firmly, lest it become a disgrace in the eyes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

AN HONEST LOG-ROLLER. < BY I. ZANQWILL. 1 Louis Maunders was writing an anonymous ' novel, and a large circle of friends and acqnain- • Lances expected it to make a big hit Louis Maunders was so modest that he distrusted his own opinion, and was glad to find his friends sharing it in this matter. It strengthened bim. He carried the manuscript unostentatiously about in a long brief bag, while the book was writing, and worked at it during all his spare momrnte. Even in omnibuses he was to be Been scribbling hard with a stylus, and neglecting to attend to the conductor. The plot of the story was sad and heartrending* for Loots was only twenty-one. Lome refused to give those roseate pictures of life which the conventional novelist turns out to please the public. He objected to "happy endings." In real life, he said, no story ends happily ; for the end of everybody's story is Death. In this book be said some bitter things about Life which it would have winced to hear, had it b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

Christianity in his system, Like- Descartes, his purpose was to substitute demonstration and certainty for hypothesis and conjecture. It war his aim to found the moral life upon axioms, to discover the mathematics of conduct the geometry of morality. Following the example of Eachd, be introduces his chapters with a number of axioms which require " The god of Spinoza, unlike tbe god of Deecartee, is one with the universe. Everything ia god, and there is only god. Man is only a changing "modus" of this infiuite substance. The wave of the ocean is not anything different from the oc an, the whole ocean is not in each wave, but all that there is in each wave is from the ocean. It is not tbe drop in the ma that ia alive, it is the ocean tbat gives emotion to the drop; it ia not man that ia thinking and acting, it i« the e'ernal. Man is bat an avenue through which the infinite flaws and throbs with life ; when tbe current is withdrawn the man ia dead. When we seethe tossing waves of the ee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

PURCELL, LADD & CO.'S EIRDLSIBM * GBB-LiyER * 81L Ih the Beat Preparation for COUGHS. COLDS. CONSUMPTION. &c. Price 60c. and $1 per Bottle.. CRUMP ft WEST COAL CO., Dealers in all kinds of 'PuonkHS. 1719 E. Cary Street gt, Roses and other Cut Flowers, TOUR choice from the • m ™<"«i i>e»ig»«*»>■ -■«—. Mowing: M.R.CATLIN CO., _ 7 s °rT 6 linn, un i kin vui) pi an t J) G o_rat;ions Tuberose, Dahlia, maryllis, 901 E. MAIM STREET Lyconis (beautiful Fall Scarlet —and— $5.00 tO $50.00 M HPW&-Nl. Lily) orGladislus. 42 7 £. BROAD STREET. One to each (till exhausted) to gweet Peag and Comos Free 70,000 long Strings Of SmilOX. those who send stamp for the first thousand price-lists-ready March - to <"-*■»»• Order by Mail, Win If 'PBOM. lSt. ' W * SATISFACTION • GUARANTEED.* agent for • * CaNoy. R. L. CHRISTIAN A CO., 814 E. Main Street. Fancy Groceries and Liquors. Fine Teas end Coffees a Specialty. Pure Spice- end...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

Why pay 60c. for a bottle of Mouth Wash when you can get NELSON'S MOUTH WASH for 25e. and a 26c. Box of TOOTH POWDER Free. Guaranteed the beat on MUth. W. H NELSON, Druggist, '[ 4th and Leigh Streets. Call up 'Phone 081 and. have it sent around. W. A. MONCURE, TRUSTEE FOR ZFIRIESTOIN" B_±!T_"V"l3Sr. IMJ_«_Vl'ru_«E>, BELOW COST TO CLOSE OUT STOCK. NOTICE. X you want the BEST PLUMBING, TINNING, GAS-FITTING, CUIiVERTING, FURNACES, RANGES, FIRE PLAIN HEATERS, GAS STOVES AND GAS RADIATORS in the city, see DALTON & CHAPPELL, Ho. 11 Governor Street RAILROAD SCHEDULES. o. &o. — In effect November 19, 1893. TRAINS LBAVB RICHMOND, BROAD STREET STATION. B*o A M. Dally, with Pullman for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Old Point, Newport News and principal stations. 3 OO P M Daily, with Parlor-car for local stations, Newport News, Old Point, Norfolk and Portsmouth. 745 A. M- Local train, except Sunday, for Clifton forge. Connects at Gordonsville for Washington, at Virgini...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 26 January 1894

1. Investigate a little for yourself. Brery Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." Rrrllßr 2. Send to us for rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well-U-.I Wllb known citiiens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken ont at Tour Age. IMCIIDIVf* * S - **** the "* me information from other Companies for comparison. InOUnlnU * V Then select the Company you believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOI-N 8- CART A SON, • General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina LIFE Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. 12Qt Main Street, Corner 12th, ■ ■ - RICHMOND, VtRCIMIA. Wedding Supplies a Specialty. Ice Cream Shipped to All Parts of the State. JH. W. J/IOESTA, ■4 Caterer. Confectioner and Baker. Pure Ice Cream. Water Ices, Ornamental Cakes. 111 East Main Str«et, - RICHMOND,VA. MaU and Telegraph Orders Promptly Pilled. ESTABLISHED 1865. w-MM-iifM wmmmw, • European Store • 500 and 50a B. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 B. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

FINE CREAMS AND *no parties AgraLggAffgsjg JAMES A. MORRIS, ■ 525 East Broad Street Still he has the Nicest Line of PIES, CANDY, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES and MINERAL WATERS to Be Found in Richmond. New 'phone 406. Out of Town Orders Shipped Promptly. OLD 'PHONE 499. ' — ---- - * • CUT this out ,' \ t tmm Water gg-^BSU It is the greatest assimilater of Food, also remedy for Constipation known. It is a pleasant but powerful Alkali Pamphlet* with ... 4 , mr , ....... . T '. . . . . . . \ Water, hence it dispels Uric and Lactic Acid, those breedAnaly«l« FREE. ' . . ers ol Rheumatism, Diabetes, Persistent Nausea, and all Stomach and Bowel troubles, including Catarrh, etc. HOME OFFICE, 821 E. MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, VA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

Sydnor & Hundley, A Itoynl Start of ARTISTIC ■ FURNITURE, 711 and 713 East Broad Street. bm Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. Ten-Year Distribution Policies Compared. frillE followina policies were issued in l<SS(i, on the 10-ptit/tnent life plan, with a I dividend accumulative period, of JO f/ears. Each insu'■rant was 89 years of aae. Company, Northwestern, New York Life, Mutual Life, Equitable, of Milwaukee. of New York. of New York. of New York. No. ot Policy, 149.243 220,717 281,171 824,958 Name of Insured, Mr. F.J. Siefkc, Mr. Dennis Sheedy, Rev Sam. Jones, Mr. Thos. Bieknell, Residence. San Francisco, Cal Denver, Col. Cartersville, Ga. Cliieo, Cal. Amount of Policy, $10,000.00* $10,000.00 $10,000.00* $10,000.00* Annual Premium, $577.00 $570.80 $50000 $576.30 Total Premiums Paid, $ 5.770 00 $5.703.00 $5,900.00 $5,703.00 Results in 1896: 10 Years' Surplus. $1,056.73 $ 951.00 $1,524.60 $ 935.80 Guaranteed Reserve, 4,708.80 4,708 80 4.186.70 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

THE EDITOR TO HIS FRIENDS. It is with a feeling of pardonable pride that we lay unto our soul the flattering unction that the reappearance of The Jewish South will be gratifying to many of its former subscribers. After an existence of three years, during a period of unprecedented business depression, the paper, five months ago, found itself confronted by serious financial problems that rendered a suspension imperative, to the end that disaster might be avoided. To accomplish this result it was necessary to go into voluntary liquidation, every subscriber being given the option of having his or her money returned or receiving another journal in lieu thereof. By this means no person (save ourselves) sustained the loss of a single copper by reason of the suspension. The Jewish South appears to-day in an entirely new "dress," the major portion of the type from which it is printed having never before been put to ink. It will be our endeavor to give a paper that will be a pride and credit ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

Richmond News. Mr. Moses Thalhimer, who has been quite sick, is well again. Mr. I. Cohen has entirely recovered from a recent spell of sickness. Mr. N. Lehman, of Suffolk, is in the city, the guest of Mr. A. Cohen. Miss Bertha Van Leer, of Baltimore, is vsiiting Miss Daniella Stern. Mrs. A.Goldback is quite sick with a complication of la grippe and pleurisy. Mrs. Leon L. Strause is convalescing after a recent sickness of some severity. Miss Hannah Cohen, of Petersburg, is the guest of the Misses Binswanger. Mr. and Mrs. Julius expected home Sunday from their bridal tour. Mrs. B. Jacobs has been elected treasurer of the Infants' Home of this city. Mrs. A. H. Kaufman is undergoing treatment at the Old Dominion Hospital. Mr. Emanuel Valentine, of Cincinnati, is visiting his brother, Mr. A. Valentine. Mr. Isaac May has entirely recovered from the effectts of a recent surgical operation. There is a great deal of sickness in the Jewish community, especially amongst the children. Mr. Ousta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

retary; E. Bottigheimer, financial secretary; A. Cohen, treasurer; Charles Straus, assistant monitor; A. Berman, warden; Meyer Greentree, guardian; Jacob Lewit, installing officer; Rabbi E. N. Calisch, E. Bottigheimer, and S. L. Bloomberg, representatives to the District Grand Lodge. • The officers of Hillel Lodge, Kesher Shel Barzel, will be installed Sunday afternoon a week. They are Joseph Cohn, president; Philip Hirshberg, vice-presi-dent; Julius Straus, secretary; E. J. Levy, financial secretary; E. A. Ezekiel, treasurer; Marx Cohen, inside guardian; N. S. Miller, outside guardian; B. Samuels, L. Hexter, P. Hirshberg, trustees; E. A. Ezekiel, representative to District Grand Lodge. Richmond Lodge, Sons of Benjamin, installed the following officers at its last meeting: Rev. E. Phillips, president; H. Rosenberg, vice-president; S. Hirshberg, secretary; A. Steiner, treasurer; A. Schwartzman, B. Orenstein, A. Faber, trustees; N. Cohen, representative to grand lodge. The following w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A. JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Publisher. 826 East Main Strket. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Bntered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. While it cannot be denied by even the most zealous advocate of the B'ne B'rith that the endowment fund of this District, as it now stands, is in a deplorable condition, still we have no fear whatever but that a satisfactory solution of the matter, just and equitable to all concerned, will eventually result. The Grand Lodge of this District meets in Baltimore on the second Tuesday of next month, the 9th, and from a personal knowledge of the delegates to that body, acquired at its last session, we have no fear of the ultimate decision. In that assembly will be some of the ablest insurance men and actuaries in this country—men versed in the theory, practice, and law of insur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 15 January 1897

is a national holiday, its originating with those ' zealous churchmen, the Puritans, gives it a strong Christian aspect, so a reference to Christ, while uncalled for, was not unnatural. Indeed, we cannot help thinking that the Jewish ministers acted with more haste than judgment. Now for the other side. We are of the belief that the course of the Christian ministers, in reopening the matter after it had slept for nearly two months was extremely reprehensible, and does not show the spirit of harmony and brotherly love that usually characterizes them in-their dealings with their Jewish fraters. And the thought naturally arises, suppose Mr. Cleveland had used the expression, " By the sav-* ing grace of Presbyterianism (his own faith) the only true religion," would not>he other Protestant denominations have had something to say about it ? And yet had he done this he would only have been drawing the line a little closer by specifying a single church instead of several of them....

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