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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 September 1893

are objects of derision to those, who have no principles, moral or relig ious, to guide their conduct. How then can a Jew but be a Re publican? in America particularly. Unfeeling and ungrateful would he be if he were callous to the glorious and benevolent cause of the differ ence between his situation in this land of freedom and among the proud and privileged law-givers of Europe. But I am poor; I am so, my fam ily also is large, but soberly and de cently brought up. They have not been taught to revile a christian be cause his religion is not so old as theirs. They have not been taught to mock even at the errors of good intention, and conscientious belief. I trust they will always leave this to men as unlike themselves, as I hope I am to yourscurrilouscorres pondent. I know that to purse-proud aris tocracy poverty is a crime, but it may sometimes be accompanied with honest}' even in a Jew: I was bankrupt some years ago; I obtain ed my certificate and was discharg ed from my debts. H...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 September 1893

A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Prop, Subscrifctfent One Dollar per annum. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Bntered at the Post Office. Richmond, Va., a* second cia»s mail matter. " M^ —gal^—■■■■■■■■■»■■■■ The Feast of Booths. Our life is made up of contrasts, and finds true expression in the coming of the joyous "Succoth'' feast, close upon the heels of the solemn Atonement Day. This close connection of the sad and the merry is further, the emphatic teaching of Judaism that life is happiness and joy, that religion, as man's holiest and most precious treasure, is a filing of joy and gladness, as well of earnest and serious nature. There is no sin in a smile, nor any trespass in the beaming of a happy face, if these things come from honest hearts and honest mo tives. The "Succoth" festival does not appeal to us, as perhaps it did to our fathers, in the happy days of their natural life. For there is to us no ingathering of the crops, n...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 September 1893

A Peculiar Disease. Tarantism was a peculiar disease which prevailed in Italy during the middle ages. It resulted from the bite of the tarantula, and was char acterized by gesticulations, contor tions, and cries somewhat resem bling those arising from St. Vitus Dance. The sufferer from tarantism as sumed graceful postures, was par tial to red colors, bright and lumi nous surfaces, and music; their re covery, in fact, being effected by the use of instrumental or vocal music. Although various treatments were used, one being to bury the patient up to the neck in the earth, the em ployment of music was so univers ally successful that a class of tunes and songs was composed, called Tarentella, to be used for Taran tati. The Tarantella have lingered long, and may be heard still in the wilder portions of Italy. All classes were subject to Taran tism. A philosophic bishop, hav ing allowed himself bitten by a Ta rantula, danced as fast and as fu riously as the peasants. AGENT FOR THE QUEEN J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 September 1893

KIPPUR SERMON. Delivered by Dr. Calisch Last Tuesday Evening. By my life, saith the Eternal God, I do not desire the death of the wicked, but that he should forsake his evil ways and live: return, return, oh ye wicked, and why will ye die, oh house of Is rael ?—Ezekiel xxxiii, 11. My Friends : As we are gathered here 1n our house of prayer on this sacred atonement eve, our hearts are touched by the deep solemnity of the hour. We have put aside the cares and interests of our material life, and we are assembled in hum ble reverence at the throne of our God, to hear the message which the great day brings to us. There comes to me now the fragment of a poem thats fits so well to this mo ment, for "It tells how at twilight in Heaven, A great bell gently swings, And if we but pause and listen We can hear the message it brings. If we put from our heart's inmost cham ber, All the sin and sorrow and strife, All the envy and heartache and longing, That hinder the wheels of life; If we thrust f...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 September 1893

and trials; there are obstacles to overcome, hills to climb, difficulties to surmount, and steep crags up which to make toilsome ascent, but the path leadeth ever upward and onward, and there is no fear of treacherous sands, of sinking marshes or morasses. But leading from the straight path of life are luxurious byways of vice and sin. They are carpeted with the grass of ease and brightened with the sweet flowers of plenteous luxury. They entice the unwary travelers, they tempt and allure into their haunts of pleasure, and the sylvan dells of glib-tongued falsehood and deceit. And alas, many yield and are led astray. It is so much easi er to follow the inclinations of pleasure than the rigid lines of duty. But entered into them, the danger is soon apparent. The weak victim repents him of his weakness, and struggles to free himself from the insidious clasp of vice. And as he struggles there comes to him a friend, benign and strong,* of grace and majesty di vine. This friend is with u...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 22 September 1893

mam • i. s^=^^st SS ~ ""IR : JOHN B- CARY A SON, JIFF TIT ** General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina FQTiDTICiiPrv -A«_ I ""■■•■*■■■• ESTABLISHED 1865. • European Store • 500 and 502 E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: Baa E. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars. r ""hr;i< r «,. ~ Richmond, ft jivo. bo^vte:rs, No. 7 Governor Bt., - RICHMOND, UA. Latrobe Stoves, Gas Fixtures, Wolff Gas Radiators, House-furn»hing Goods. I J. E. ROSE <& CO., jSoVeft Tinware, fooclpflf, Tinning PLUMBING, GASFITTING, 1512 E. Main and 105 E. Broad Street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. AGENT FOR ,_ « * Candy. R. L. CHRISTIAN & CO., 814 E. Main Street. Fancy Groceries and Liquors. Fine Teas and Coffees a Specialty. Pure Spices and Vinegar for Picketing. ,—_— FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES, BEVERLEY T. CRUMP. Subject to Democratic Primary, on 28th September. FoajpFean, price Co., . 319 4 321 E. BROAD ST., , RICHMOND, VA. Headquarters for the Freshest, Best and Cheapest of Ever...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

The South* DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Vol. I. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1893. No. 6. RICHMOND NEWS. A number of improvements in the synagogue music are in contempla tion. Messrs. Henry and Nathan Strause of Henderson, N. C, were in the city this week. If there is much more rain, even the most orthodox will hardly feel like praying for it next Mon day. In future no children under the age of six or over sixteen will be re ceived in the Beth Ahaba Sunday school. The fruit used in the Succoth dec orations at the Synagogue Beth Ahaba was afterwards sent- to the Jewish poor. We hear nothing of the Bazaar that was to have been held this Fall. Have "hard times" caused an abandonment of the project? Billiards and pool are on a boom at the Mercantile Club. The re ceipts from that source of late have been among the largest known. ' Mr. Joseph Cohn, reader of the ( congregation Beth Shalom enter tained a number of friends last Monday in the Succoth at his resi dence. The Si...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

WHAT IS BDELLIUM? Editor Jewish South: In Genesis Chap. 11, Verse 12, appearsyiie following, "And the gold dfthat law is good ; there is the bdellium and the onyx stone," what is understood by "Bdel- Ans.—Chambers Encyclopaedia gives the following: Chambers Encyclopaedia. Bdellium, a gum-resin, resemb ling myrrh in appearance and qual ities, and at the same time more acrid. High medical virtues were ascribed to it by the ancients, but it is now little used. It is supposed to be the produce of Balsamoden dron Roxburghii in India and B. Africanum (also called Hendelotia Africana) in Senegal— trees or shrubs belonging to the natural or der Amyridaceae. so remarkable for the number of similar substances which it produces.—Egyptian 8., however is obtained from the Doom palm, Hyphcene Thebaica. A simi-j larsubstance is yielded also by Cer adia litrcata, a half succulent plant of the natural order Compositae. inhabiting the most sterile regions of the South-west of Africa; whilst the Sicil...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

A Legend of Solomon. A Circassian Tradition. A long, long time ago, Solomon, the son of David, reigned over all created things. This wise and pow erful monarch understood all the languages of men, the cries of beasts the hiss of reptiles, the notes of birds, the speech of the lofty trees, and thesoft murmeroftheflowers. Solo mon had assigned to each creature his proper food. To some he had given the flesh of the weaker ani mals; to others the herbs of the field, or the fruits which ripen on tree or shrub. To the Serpent the son of David had said: "Thou shalt be nourished with the blood of man." And so the Serpent, hidden in the grass, watched for the approach of man, and sprang upon him in or der to drain his blood. The un happy mortals murmured so loud ly at this that the sound reached the ears of Solomon, who said to Man: "Why dost thou complain?" "Sire, the Serpent lives on our blood; our race will soon disap pear!" "Go, I will bear in mind thy pray er," replied the son of David....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKiiJL, Editor art ft* 722 Eapt 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 ciass mail matter. The Jewish Women's Congress. Some sage once ventured the opinion that "all the reasonings of men are not worth one sentiment of women." His opinion was amply verified by the difference in the amount of attention that was be stowed upon the Jewish Denomina tional Congress and the Jewish Women's Congress. The former included among its speakers the foremost thinkers and speakers of the rabbinate and the laity, who were not greeted as they deserved, nor were the ses sions of the congress attended be comingly. The Jews of Chicago acted most ungraciously, being em inently conspicuous by their ab sence and lack of interest. The at tendance at the sessions was most ly composed of the R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

SABBATH AND SUCCOTH. i Dr. Calisch on Roanoke and the • Festival. On last Sabbath the usual large i congregation was found at "Beth i Ahaba." Rabbi Calisch took his text from the xxm Chap. Deute- j ronomy, which deals with the bless- i ings bestowed on the children of ; Israel. I He said in beginning that, i it was obedience to the law j that brought the blessing; that the i blessings of health, of progeny, 1 prosperity, peace, and content i were the results that of necessity I came from law-abiding, temperate and chaste living. The people of i Israel were to-day the living testi- < mony of obedience to law under the most trying and adverse cir cumstances. The test of a people's civilization was the measure of its obedience to law. The fair fame of Virginia had been sullied by two occurrences that had occurred during the last ten days—one at Amelia Court house and one at Roanoke. There was no prosecution sufficiently great, no crime so heinous as to justify people to overturn and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

proud and the poor, the prince and I the pauper, the wise and the sim ple, the monarch and the menial are all brought to the throne of God to be judged on the basis of merit only. Men may look to the outside, and may raise up barriers and make distinctions between each other, but the judge on high, looks into the heart and reads the reason ings of the recesses of the soul. There is another thought comes to us in connection with this festi val, and that because our thoughts are turned to the fields and forests. There is just and earnest fear in regard to thechangingclimaticcon ditions of many portions of the country. Destructive wind and rain storms are becoming more and more frequent in localities where, eight or ten years ago, they were comparatively unknown. Floods and ' overflows and inundations [ add new terrors to both urban and rural life, and claim many victims in human and animal life, and in property. These are not visitations of Providence. They are the results of man's in...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

THE STATE, FOUNDED 1876. TO SUBSCRIBERS: -HAS Telegraph # % News FROM ALL THE WORLD. The only Afternoon Paper that does. Daily by mail, ........ $3 a year. Weekly by mail, . . . . $1 for 2 years. M CHEAPEST Daily and Weekly Paper IN THE SOUTH. Always brimful of the Latest News, Both local and general. TO ADVERTISERS: \I F F"l an re * er advertisers to yy H leading firms who have 'Mm used our columns daily for over seventeen years. Arthur L. Ptaaaant*. TJSIKTHOTfM 114. Ctaaa. 8. Crenshaw PLEASANTS & CRENSHAW, (Successors to GEO. D. PLEASANTS 8t SON.) FIRE • INSURANCE, ————^^—^—ilaasajfaaaaaa——«^—^_ X104V2 MA-IIV STREET, « RICHMOND, VA. J. H. Chataigne, Virginia State, 1893-4, Price $6.00. Richmond City, 1893-4, Price $5.00. Norfolk and Portsmouth. 1893, Price $4.00. Petersburg, 1893-4, Price $3.00. Directories of principal Cities and States on file and for sale. Circulars addressed, folded and mailed. L. JVI. COWARBIN, M. E)., id. E>. S. • Dentist, • A. R. BOWLES, M. D., D. D....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 29 September 1893

DCCfIDC a little for yourself. Every Agent claims his Company is 'The Best' DCrUnC 2 - S*™ to «» ( or rat * 9 rl an « l examples of actual coat on policies held by well .alZaaaaZ. o „ Citl * Cn " ° f Vir * inia a»(T North Carolina, takeS Age. INSURING ' Get the same information from other Companies for comparison. •iwviiiiiu 4,. Then select the Company you believe will do the beat FOR YOU. I TOUR • ? JOHN 8- CARY A SON, I irr General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Lirt Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. 1201 MainStr—t, Cornor 12th, - - - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. ■ ESTABLISHED 1865. mWMMMMn gCMMIPT, - European Store • 500 and 50a E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 E. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars. "tsa.w* ~ RICHMOND. .I JWO. BOATERS, No. 7 Governor St., - RICHMOND, VA. Latrobe Stoves, Gas Fixtures, Wolff Gas Radiators, House-furnishing Goods. J. £. ROSE & CO., j&oVefc TinWMe, Tinning PLUMBING, GASFITTING, 1513 E. Main and 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 6 October 1893

RICHMOND NEWB. The funeral of Mrs. Meyer, who was formerly Miss Sarah Ellick of this city, was held here last Wed nesday. Dr. Calisch officiated. Mrs. Meyer had lived in Asheville, N. C, since her marriage, less than two years ago. Invitations are out for the mar riage of Miss Rebecca Whitlock and Harry S. Binswanger. Beth Abala Synagogue Thursday evening, October 17th, at 7:30 o'clock, is the time and place. A meeting of the Congregation Kenesath Israel will be held Sun day morning. Married At Home. The marriage last Tuesday of Miss Minnie Goldenberg of this city, and Mr. Oberndorf of Selma, Ala bama, was the first of this Fall's series. In consequence of a recent afflic tion of the groom, the ceremony was performed at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Chas. Gol denberg, 610 N. 9th St. Only immediate relatives of the bridal pair were present, among the non-residents being the groom's father, and Miss Hessberg of Dan ville. Dr. Calisch performed the cere mony, and to say it w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 6 October 1893

r PARLIAMENT OF RELI GIONS. Have we not all one Father? Has not one God created us? Malachl 11, 10. My Friends :— It had been my de sire to speak of the Parliament of Religions from the begining of the month, but deemed it best to wait until it had closed, so that it might be viewed in its entirety, and all its activities commented upon. It closed on Wednesday last, the 27th of this month, having begun on the eleventh. The idea of the parliament was, with but one exception, hailed with enthusiam on all sides. Every earnest and open minded lover of his kind could not but rejoice that so grand and glorious a consummation was finally to be achieved, and now that it has been achieved so grandly and harmoniously, the questions arise uppermost in the I mind, "what will be the result thereof," "what its influence" and "what its lessons." The Parliament in its plan and method of operation, was exceed ingly simple. From the 11th to the 27th inclusive, was the Parlia ment proper. Every religi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 6 October 1893

ulation between faiths as which can influence the more good and which can the greater make for righteousness. Let the followers of every creed preach its beauties in their lines, and by the inexorable law of truth, that one shall be des tined to survive which causes no- blest deeds, purest thoughts, most honorable lives, which moves the accomplishment of the highest ideals, and the promotion of the highest civilization. That religion must, of an inevitable and irresisti ble necessity, survive which nour ishes and strengthens the better, truer, godlier part within us, and which brings daily nearer the reali zation of that high and glorious plane which is the ultimate destiny of human existence. Let this be to us the lesson taught by this parliament of religions—not so much by doctrine as by deed; ' not so much by catechism and by creed as by life and labor, shall our faith be by us vindicated, and shall Judaism claim her title, not only as the source but also as the end of all spirit...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 6 October 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKi,, Editor aid Prop., 722 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 class mail matter. — —■.— TO OUR READERS. The Jewish South has come to |)u, and we hope, has come to stay. c want you to consider it your iper, ready at all times to plead >ur cause, fight your battles, re ess your wrongs, and be your ad »cate in whatever good and ear st undertaking you propose. For is purpose our columns are open you, and we want you to make c of them. Further, we want this paper to lintain a high literary character, be a means of education and in -uction, in matters pertaining to our faith. For this end we will ev ery week have something of this na ture, either a sermon, essay, paper r article, explaining, discussing or commenting on the lessons and doc trines of our fait...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 6 October 1893

J. fl. Chataigne, <©lir©©_©jpy • PmlblisjlE©3Po Virginia State, 1893.4, Price $6.00. Richmond City, 1893-4, Price $5.00. Norfolk and Portsmouth. 1893, Price $4.00. Petersburg, 1893-4, Price $3.00. Directories of principal Cities and States on file and for sale. Circulars addressed, folded and mailed. L. fA, COWARBIN, M. G>., 13. 0. S. • I)e_Jtist, - A. R. BOWLES, M. D., D. D. S., Assistant. Office, 407 E. Main St., RICHMOND.VA. ROTHERT & CO., — DEALERS IN — . Furniture. - Carpets. - Stoves, Refrigerators and Baby Carriages, 505 E. BROAD ST., RICHMOND, - - VIRGINIA. Your Rubber Stamps and Brands. Southern Rubber Stamp Works, 1107 E. Main Street. SAM'L S. ROSENDORF, Prop. FONTICELLO LITHIA WATER. It ia recommended and prescribed by the leading physicians as a cure for Dyspepsia, all forms of Indigestion, Uric Acid, Incipient Bright* Disease, Stone m the Bladder, Urinary and Kid ney affections. Rheumatic Gout, Nervous Pros tration, certain female complaints, and a valu able r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 6 October 1893

A Parliament of Israel's Pride to Meet-The Ceremonies in New York. President Cle veland and Other No ted Christians [New Orleans Picayune.] The most impressive celebration in which the people of Israel have ever participated, begins in New York city on Thursday, October 12, next, and continues for three days. "The Independent Order of B'nai B'rith, or Sons of the cove nant, will then commemorate their fiftieth anniversary as an organi zation. Not only will Jews of world-wide eminence take part in the exercises, but Christians of re nown, including Grover Cleveland, have accepted invitations to be present. Mayor Thomas F. Gilroy, Governor Flower, Lieutenant Gov ernor Sheehan, and perhaps Secre tary of War, Daniel S. Lamont, will be among the guests. The well known Jews who take part include Jesse Seligman, the banker, Sena ator William Lovenstein, of Rich mond, Va.; Simon Wolfe, of Wash ington, D. C; Simon W. Rosen dale, attorney general of the State of New York; Julius Harburger, gr...

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