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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 15 January 1897

The Hero of Waldeck. ( Milton Goldsmith, in Jewish Exponent.) bTAVB you ever seen the cripple who on every clear ■*"* day stands upon the corner of Grand and Canal streets, offering toothpicks and shoe-laces to the passers-by? If not, you have not missed a great sight, for he is not pleasant to look upon, and yet he is to be the hero of this sketch. A hero he is in the true sense of the word. You would not suspect it if you saw him. His torn and tattered clothing and general air of dilapidation give no indication of it. His wrinkled old face, scarred and weather-beaten ; his long nose which curves like a parrot's beak; his scant and grisly beard ; his wandering, blinking eyes, his whole bearing, in fact, repel you. When he opens his mouth and emits from between his broken, scat tered teeth, a volley of unintelligible jargon in a thin, asthmatic Yoicc, you turn away in sorrow; and when, in search of trade, he grasps his crutch and limps after you, his right leg dragging behind, and t...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 15 January 1897

people. He must learn more about it, and if possible thwart it. While the Burgomaster paid the score, Moses slipped away unobserved, and ran to the captain's quarters. He inhabited an upper room in the old stone hermitage adjoining the barracks at the end of the village. The boy had often passed it and knew it well. Formerly he had trembled at its aspect, and at its stern occupant, who was greatly feared by Jew and Gentile alike, on account of heart less cruelty. There was no time to tremble now. Theconspira tors might come at any moment. Moses found the door open, and crept cautiously up two flights of stone steps, till he came to the captain's room. He had frequently seen the formidable soldier at the little window far above the street. An oil-lamp threw a faint light about the room. At the thres hold Moses paused in indecision. What if he should be discovered ? It would go hard with the poor boy. But he had determined to hear their plan, and sum moning all his courage, he entered...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 15 January 1897

TERSELY MENTIONED. Of the thirty-eight sultans who have ruled the Ottoman empire since the conquest of Constantino ple by the Turks, thirty-four have died violent deaths. A' series of ancient Greek remains has recently been discovered in one of the principal squares of Patras, comprising a mosaic pavement and some marble sculptures. The Turkish language is said by scholars to be the softest and most musical language of modern times, being better adapted to the pur poses of musical notation and reci tation than even the Italian. Of the 56,095 men employed On British sailing vessels, 928—0r lin 60 —lost their lives last year by drowning, whereas of the 162,129 men employed on steamships only 674—0r lin 241—were drowned. The new Central railway in Lon don will be 54 feet underground, will have 14 stations and make the distance from the Bank of England to Shepherd's Bush, for which the 'buses require an hour and a quar ter, in 25 minutes. DIRECTORY OF THE JEWISH INTISrOTIONS OF RICHMOND...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 15 January 1897

People have learned to come to us m% ©oods. Picture Frame Department. Most complete supply of Mouldings, Etchings, Engravings, Miniatures, etc. Up to-date Gold Leaf Frames. J®°Room Mouldings. Department of Colors, Window Class, Ac. COACH* VARNISH, all popular makes; Soljabee Mixed Paints, Polish for Floor and for Furniture, Enamels, Floor Stains, etc. 8®"No Paint and Glass Establishment in the South equals our Assortment for Practical, Decorative or Fine Finish. BSaTSupplies for Frescoers and Sign Painters, &c. sol. j. biin^szstj^ivoe:!*, 709 Broad Street, East, bet. 7th and Bth, - - RICHMOND, VA. Bfeo° We desire more trade among the readers of this Journal, and exprct it by currying fullest supply in each department of bi-st goods at moderate figures We are good judges of your wants. Artists' Material Department. Full line of TUBE COLORS, Brushes, Canvas, Water Color Paper, Pastel and China Outfits. The only supply in the State. Department of Photo. Supplies. Dry Plates, Bromid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

FINE CREAMS AND CAKES_I£!LS^ ls and pa * ties mm2g**mj>* 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. I4EW phople 4oe. _ , „, . _ Out of Town Orders Shipped Promptly. OLD 'PHONE 499. CUT THIS OUT MMMMMWfc WaTEß4!*l^— It is the greatest assimilater of Food, also remedy for Con stipation known. It is a pleasant but powerful Alkali Pamphlets with ... .... . . . , Water, hence it dispels Uric and Lactic Acid, those breed- Analysis FREE. \ ers of Rheumatism, Diabetes, Persistent Nausea, and all Stomach and Bowel troubles, including Catarrh, etc. HOME OFFICE, 821 E. WAIN STREET. • RICHMOND, VA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

SyoNor & Hundley,—-^ A Royal Stock of Artistic FURNITURE. 711 $ 713 EAST BROAD STREET. Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

HAVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YET? In consequence of an oversight in the mailing, many of our out-of-town friends failed to receive last week's paper. In view of this and by reason of the fact that our Richmond solicitor was not able to see ill our former city subscribers this week, we send out this paper to all former subscribers, in the hope that it may act as a reminder to those who have not yet subscribed. Richmond News. Mr. A. Shrier, of Wilmington, N. C, was in the :ity this week. Miss Blanche Aarons, of New York, is the guest of Mrs. A. H. Meyer. Miss Beulah Eichel is recovering steadily from a ieverc spell of sickness. Mrs. E. Hecht and daughter, Edna, of Baltimore, ire visiting Mrs. I. Cohen. Miss Matille Leibcrmuth has returned from a very feasant trip to New York. Mrs. A. Newman of New York, is visiting her >rother, Mr. Charles Thalhimer. Mrs. F. Pohlig, of Albany, N. V., is on a visit to ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hessberg. The little son of Mr. A. Cohen, who has been suf eri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

evening. A quantity of wearing apparel in an un used room on the third floor was found in flaiM. A 'phone message to headquarter* was responded to by the chemical engine, and the fire was soon out. * The officers elected at the last meeting of the La dies' Hebrew Benevolent Association are: Mrs. S. L. Bloomberg, president; Mrs. Isaac Thalhimer, vice president; Mrs. Meyer Kirsh, secretary and trea surer A letter was read from Dr. Charles Labenberg, tendering the society his professional services gratui tously whenever needed. Tlie Franklin Club, with rooms at 209 north Fifth street, is the latest thing in that line. The young gen tle nen composing the organization are Messrs. Simon Bowman, I. Caron, Max J.Cohen, Melvin Flegen heimer, Albert Ounst, Aaron Jacob, Adolph Lang, Leon Leibermuth, Ivan C. Mayer, Joseph Millhiser, Charles E. Straus, Jr., Moses Sycle, Daniel Waller stein of Richmond, and Messrs. Benjamin and Syd ney Rosenstock and Irving Saal, of Petersburg. The club is in a p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

His friends and scholars came for evening service; they noticed how his soul bled, inquired the cause thereof, and endeavored to console him; but he could not be comforted. The rabbi and his wife spent the next two days in sighing and fasting, wdiereas the whole community looked anxiously forward to the third day. The third day had come. At the appointed hour the archbishop, certain of his victory, assembled the entire court and awaite 1 Ammon. Ammon did not come. They sent for him but he did not appear. The prince again summoned him ;he did not obey the summons. Then cried the archbishop, " Have him brought here by force! " When Ammon was brought into court, the prince cried: "What does this mean! You did not only fail to come at the appointed time, but you defied my orders." " I have sinned," replied Ammon, with an humble, but steady voice; "I have sinned and I will pro nounce my sentence. My tongue which did not speak what my heart dictated should be cut out." "Did we not sa} r ,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DKVOTKP TO **» INTKKKSTS Of PUBLISHED WEEKLY. Illinium T. EXKKtSk IHHtor «»<l Pub Inhrr h:». Kast Main Stkkkt. Sul-KOtipti.»n. f 1 per antuiiu, in advamo. ~„,,,,.,, Z the .W-OrtUT. Kic.nnon.l. V* . M m,.,.„l ol««« .nntlrr. Otiikrs than ...embers Of the B'ne B'rith will watch with much concern the disposition by the Grand Lodge of this District of that order of the en dowment question. The Kosher, too, finds itsendow ment in a precarious condition, having had 50 deaths last year out of a total membership of 1,000. At a meeting of the endowment board <>f the latter orga nization, held in Philadelphia on Sunday last, it was admitted that something had to lie done, and quickly too. It was decided, however, to make no recom mendation, but to await the action of the Grand Lodge B'nc BVith, which has the same question to decide, and meets several weeks earlier than that of the Kcsher. It is certainly a deplorable fact that two of the leading Jewish frat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

Norfolk News. Mr. David Frnnkcl, was in the city on Sunday. Mr. M. Pmstadter, who was indisposed, has re covered. The oyster roast given on Sunday last was a very enjoyable affair. Mr. A. Brandt and Mr. Maurice Brandt returned home this week. Mr. Prank Lcibermuth, of Richmond, was in the city last Sunday. Messrs. 0. Sycle and Morton Goodman, of Rich mond, were here last week. Mrs. M. Arbide and daughter are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Brandt, Portsmouth. The weekly hop on Thursday night was well at tended and was a very enjoyable affair. Miss Ivdna Arnold, one of Atlanta's charming debutantes of this season, is the guest of Miss Rose Moritz. Mrs. Isaac Cans, of Washington, I). C, who died in that city on Saturday, was a sister of Mr. 11. Ilofheimer, of this city. The marriage of Miss Morris and Mr. Lilienfeld will take place on Wednesday, February 1 7th, instead of February 22d, as announced last week. Among the traveling men in the city this week were Messrs. Lewis Levy and B. 11...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

The Hero of Waldeck. ( Milton Goldsmith, in Jewish Exponent. I (Concluded (row Last Week.) **WpT last!" sighed Moses, and coming from his hiding-place, he rushed to the door, only to find it locked from the outside. This was an unfor seen misfortune. The little fellow burst into tears. What could he do? There was but one window in the room, and that looked out over the street twenty feet below. If he could but jump! He got a chair, and placing it against the wall, climbed upon it, and opening the window, looked out. His brain reeled with dizziness as he looked down upon the hard pave ment. Yet jump he must, for there was no time to be lost. He looked about him for a rope, but found none; there was nothing by which he could let him self down. He hesitated for a moment, but the thought of his father, his relatives robbed and slaugh tered rose before him and gave him courage. He climbed to the window-sill, crept out, holding on by his little hands. For a second he hung in indecision, t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

woman, 'and no harm shall befall you in my name. Tell the conspirators that unless the sacred articles are returned to their shrine before the clock strike one, eternal woe shall be their share now and here after.' So saying the vision disappeared." The Baron, although prone to mock at the super stitions of others, was himself very superstitious. That the Virgin occasionally appeared, to further her own ends, he believed, and the strange knowledge these Jews had of his plot lent some plausibility to the wonderful story. He fell upon his knees in abject terror, and the Burgomaster was not slow in follow ing his example. They prayed long and earnestly to the Virgin for forgiveness, while the Jews stood si lently in the darkness, their praying-scarfs gleaming like spectres. Presently Father Lorenz appeared. He had been apprised of what had occurred by an emissary from the Ghetto and hastened to the succor of the perse cuted Jews. He was vehement in his denunciation of the conspirators....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

CIVIC INHUMANITY. ( Abstract of ft Sermon by Rahiii K. N. Calibch.) {DABS! E. N. Calisch spoke last Friday night on the £\ subject, "Civic Inhumanity," taking his text from Genesis ix. 5. He said that the teachings of Judaism emphasized ahove many things the obligations of our common humanity. When the ancient Jewish state was formed it was a theocracy, it is true, but every man stood as a responsible integer of the whole. The legislation of Moses was supreme in its day, and in many respects unapproached in our day. Not in the special and individual enactments. Many of these are unten able in our changed conditions. But the principles substantial to them were broader, more humane than a great many of which our nineteenth century civilization boasts. He then said he wished to dwell upon the relation of the State to those who, for one reason or another, were under its direct care. His attention had been called by an item in a New York paper, which stated that one of the convicts had c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

The Jewish South is out agair in very attractive form after a re tirement of some months. Wehav< always been an interested reader o it.— Religious Herald. STAUNTON, VA. The handsome parlors of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Barth were crowded last Wednesday evening with a gay company of guests, the occasion being the marriage of Mr. Barth' B sister, Miss Johanfia Barth, and Mr. Abraham Weinberg. The Rev. Dr. Calisch, of Richmond, perfor med the ceremony, after which a reception was given Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg by Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Straus, of north New street. A shower of telegrams from Wash ington, Baltimore, and Richmond friends was received, and numerous, elegant presents to the bride and groom gave evidence of the esteem in which they are held by friends. Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg left, via the Chesapeake and Ohio railway, Wednesday night, for a wedding journey to New York, Washington and Baltimore, of which latter city the groom was a recent resident. He is now the Staunton represen tati...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 January 1897

Housekeepers, Attention i i If you are looking for a few special bargains you would do well to read this list, then come and sec the goods for yourselves, or order a sample lot, and con vince yourself that you can save some money ———_____ Rltter's Catsup, finest iv the land, quart bottle, 27c ; Extra Fine French Peas, own importation, now 20c pint, 18c ; H pint, 12c. Van Houten'a Cocoa, special sale, 25c. sire, now 23c Blue Label Catsup, pint bottles, each 19c M y lambus New York Pickled Beef, boneless, lb 16c Choice California No. 3 Canned Cherries, Peaches, J he Canned Pate '«. **■ 25c. each, now 22c „„ Italian Chestnuts, lb., now...'. 10c Apricots and Pears 4 for 70c ■**«•* r>„-ij„ ik ~ _ r „ Italian Garlic, lb., now XV. Full Quart Bottle Purest Maple Syrup, was 50c, now 39c t«. ««-♦-/< xi«- • w , - Our 1* size Putz Pomade, 5c each'or per dozen 50c ?£! ne NovT^otiSl SvS £ German Asparagus, in tall jars, were 75c., now 50c Genuine Nova Scotia Salmon, lb., formerly 15c, now. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 January 1897

■ ' ■ ■ . '. ' FINE CREAMS AND CARES fo " balls and parties 1 ■": "«*«_»__ M _ a *«™_j__«__™o_ JAMES A. MORRIS, old phone r j* #w East Broad Street Still he has the Nicest Line of PIES, CANDY, CIGARS, TOBACCO, PIPES and MINERAL WATERS to Be Found in Richmond. fOut-of-Town Orders Shipped Promptly. Catering in all its Branches .. . _ ...Harris' Anti-Dyspeptic Water. *>«V"J«a«aßßS__i-__BWBVBs>ssa-as_H_M__a__HMM_BM CUT THIS OUT mssmtmm —""■ msm S Water JJfiJ___ Rlval! >, It is the greatest assimilater of Food, also remedy for Con- Pamphlets with ... stipation known. It is a pleasant but powerful Alkali Analysis FREE. Water, hence it dispels Uric and Lactic Acid, those breed- ers of 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. — 29 January 1897

SydNor & Hundley, - A Royal Stock of FURNITURE. 711 * 713 EAST BROAD STREET. —Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 January 1897

AN "AT HOME" COLUMN. For the convenience of our readers, who will find it quite useful for reference, we will on Friday next publish a list of the receiving days of such ladies as will send a memorandum of same to this office before 6 o'clock next Wednesday evening. All of these must be sent either by letter, postal, or hand as none will be taken over the 'phone for fear of mistakes. The name of the sender must in every instance be endorsed on the back as an evidence of good faith. This offer applies to all, and the courtesy of our columns on this occasion is tendered to subscribers and non-subscribers alike. DEATH OF GRAND-SECRETARY NYBURG. Mr. Simon S. Nyburg, Secretary of District Grand Lodge, No. 5, Independent Order of B'ne B'rith, and one of the most prominent members of that great order, dropped dead last Friday night, at his home in Baltimore, when informed by the physician, whom he had summoned to attend his his wife, that she was seriously ill. Mr. Nyburg had been very har...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 January 1897

Richmond News. Mr. A. Summerfield, of Durham, N. C, was in the city this week. Mr. Marx Eisman, of New Orleans, was a visitor at the Club last Saturday night. Mr. Moe, of Chicago, and Mr. Feldman, of Key West, were in the city last Sunday. The continued improvement of Mr. I.J. Marcuse will be cheering news to his friends. Miss Annie Bowman, who has been quite sick with la grippe, is able to be out again. Mrs. Henry Block, of west Clay street, has been detained at home some time by sickness. Mrs. Samuel Cohen has been made vice-president of the newly-established free homeopathic dispensary. Mr. Morton B. Rosenbaum was on Wednesday last elected a director of the Columbian Building Associa tion. Miss Lily Rosendorf, of east Clay street, has re turned from a very pleasant visit of several months in Philadelphia. Dr. Mark W. Peyser and Miss Eva L. Ezekiel were married last Wednesday evening at the residence of the bride's father. Rabbi E. N. Catisch performed the ceremony. Information ha...

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