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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

TWO MARRIAGES THIS WEEK. Miss Minnie Lewit, of this city, and Mr. Samuel Weinberg, of Baltimore, were married Wednesday night at the Masonic Temple. The ceremony was the foyer, which was handsomely decorated, a hidden orchestra furnishing the sweetest of music. Miss Esther L. Lewit, the bride's sister, was maid of honor, and the groom's brother, Mr. Isaac Weinberg, best man. The ushers were Messrs. Alfred and Gaston Kraker, Samuel S. Rosendorf, Leon Strause, and David Wallerstein. After the ceremony there was an elegant rapper, served as only Morris can, and at midnight Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg left for New York, where they will spend their honeymoon. Among the out-of town wedding guests were Mr. and Mrs. Weinberg, of Baltimore, parents of the groom, and Miss Annie Weinberg, his sister; Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Hecht, Mrs. J. Wallerstein, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lowenthal, all of Baltimore; Miss Carrie Fleischman, Philadelphia; Mrs. David May, Orange, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lewit, New York; Miss Be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Jelenko, who have been in Vienna for the past two years, have returned to Charleston on a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. Hamburger, of Cincinnati, ()., who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Midelburg, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kaufman went to Washington to witness the inaugural ceremonies. They are now visiting in Norfolk, Va., where they will remain several weeks. The weekly whist game took place at Germania Club Monday night. The head prizes were won by Miss Helen Kaufman and Mrs. H. Smith. ROANOKE, VA. Under the management of Mr. M. Ephraim, as superintendent, our Sunday school is progressing very nicely. Mr. Marder, of New York City, is the guest of Mr. Silverman. Miss Hannah Levine is visiting her sister in Baltimore. We are sorry that our friend, Mr. M. Saffer, has left this town for Baltimore, Md., where he expects to make his future home. Mr. Saffer has only been a short time in our midst, yet he is leaving a good many true friends be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

not afford to indulge m such extravagance giving one or more, according as they felt able. The most curious and remarkable spoon in the world perhaps is a "coronation spoon," preserved among the other royal relics in the Tower of London. The bowl is of gold and the handle of silver. The handle is split down the middle and set with all kinds of precious stones. The relic is valued at about £20,000, or upward of $100,000. — St. Louis Republic. Norfolk News. Maon Lodge, B'ne B'rith, celebrated its twentyfifth anniversary on Wednesday evening with a musicale and banquet at Montefiore Hall. It was one of the finest affairs ever given in this city. The german of the Montefiore Club took place last night. Music was furnished by the Naval Post Band. Ityasled by Messrs. Henry Morris and Emanuel Anthony. Many new figures were introduced. Among the strangers present were Miss Friedman, of New York, and Miss Arnold, of Atlanta, Ga. Supper was furnished by Pincus, and it was on a very fine scale...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKrEL, Editor and Pub isher. H26 East Main Strkrt. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents • Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. l-ntere.) at the Post-Office. Kichmonri. Va . UMCo«d class matter. Though the practical working of the law might not be all that could be desired, there is nothing theoretically wrong in the plan of Representative C. R. Walters, of Kansas, who has introduced a bill in the House to give statutory force to the Ten Commandments. The bill follows: "Whereas, The men of the present generation have become doubters and scoffers; and " Whereas, They have strayed from the religion of the fathers; and " Whereas, They no longer live in fear of God ; and " Whereas, Having no fear of punishment beyond the grave, they continually violate the law given to the world from Mount Sinai, " Therefore, Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas: (...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

HER OLD SLAVE AIDED HER. Two members from Mississippi were swapping s'torics during the intervals between re r reshments, when, in an accidental way, the name of ex-Senator Blanche K. Bruce, was mentioned. "That reminds me," said one, "of a story told me a long time ago by a barkeeper at the Kbbitt. I was in there one day when Bruce came in, went into one of the side rooms, and, having been served, walked out without saying anything to any one. '"You don't draw the color line here, John,' I remarked to the barkeeper, '"Not on that man, sir, I don't,' was the reply. 'I have had a pretty good opinion of him since a little thing that happened soon after he first came here. '"Bruce was in his seat at the Capitol one day. when a card was broug it to him. He read it and nt once when out to the waiting room. There lie met the woman who owned him when he was a slave. With her was her daughter. Both were in tears. She had lost all her property during the war and was absolutely penniless. The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

CZAR AND RABBI. J T WAS IN 1840. The Czar Nicholas inspected the * troops stationed in the western provinces and in I'oland, and on that occasion paid a visit to the city of Homel, in the government of Mohilew. Generals Rodinger and Baron Offenlwrg were in command of the troops. The C/.ar was no friend of public demonstrations, and did not care to have the civic authorities go to the expense of arranging great fetes. lie usually remained two or three days in those cites whe ehe held these inspections. At an early hour in the morning he coul i be seen at the head of his troops, galloping to the parade ground, where he took command himself. When the day's labors were over he preferred to take a quiet stroll outside of the city, clad in the uniform of a simple officer, without even being accompanied by an adjutant. He seemed to enjoy these lonely promenades, indulging in deep reverie, he, the man, feared by everybody, but unrecognized. Ivven in Warsaw, where the revolutionary spirit wa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

hat when you met me. . . . But I believe," the Czar continued, after a brief pause, "that though you arc a rabbi, it would have been your duty to take off your hat to me. Are you really ignorant of who lam ? " " I don't know ; I take you to be an officer, perhaps a colonel." "Not well guessed, rabbi," said the Czar, hardly able to restrain a laugh. " I am more thanacolonel."* " Perhaps a general," exclaimed the rabbi, excitedly, retracing his steps and touching his hat. " More than a general." " Perhaps Rodinger? " And without waiting for an answer he stepped further back, took his hat off and bowed deep, because he doubted not that he was in the presence of that mighty dignitary. " More than Rodinger," laughed the Czar, without taking his eyes off the Jew. "Then," stammered the Jew, almost palsied with fright, "you must be Prince Paskiewitch!" " More than Prince Paskiewitch, rabbi." Speechless, and in pangs of horror, the rabbi held the hat in his hand; trembling all over, he looke...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

THE NUMBER SEVEN. Vi\IIE number seven is one of the most singular of * all the digits, and the part that it plays in ancient, popular and natural history is surprising to one Who has never known the facts. For instance, among the Babylonians the god of the number seven received peculiar honor, and when the Chaldean Noah had escaped from the deluge his first act was to build an altar and set seven vessels on as many fires. The famous Chaldean witch had to bt subdued by being bound with a cord tied with 7x7 magic knots. And a sick man had to be anointe 1 seven times with purifying oil. In the Chaldean scriptures the deluge lasted seven days, the gates of Hades were seven in number, and seven fish-like men were said to have ascended out of the Persian Gulf to teach the arts to the antediluvian Babylonians. In the ancient theory of mystical numbers, from which so many of our lucky signs are derived, four was significant of natural and three 01 the spiritual world, .and one of the old oc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

FOREIGN NEWS. AUSTRIA-HUNGARY. The "Christian Social Election Committee" of Vienna issues an address, which appears to us very un-Christian in tone. Being addressed to the "Christian people of Austria," it asks them to fight against Jewish liberalism and Jewish Social Democracy. It asks, coming to detail, that capitalism shall be put down, "whose representatives are the Jews," and demands reforms in the Agrarian laws, the welfare of the working classes, a "truly free Christian school," etc. It ends by promising "The Kingdom of God upon Earth," by adhering to the doctrines of the Holy Faith,and insisting that these shall be carried out. By doing so, a better state of things for the people must follow. Herr Julius Stern, a well-known and highly esteemed member of the Council of the Vienna Bourse, died at Vienna on February 10th, after a protracted illness. He was in his 68th year. The deceased was very well educated, and a great connoisseur in matters of art. His collection of picture...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 12 March 1897

president; Joseph Cohn, secretary.' Meets fourth Sunday night of each month at Smith's Hall, Fifth street near Broad. PARADISE LODGE, No. 223—Herbert T. Ezekiel, president; Isaac Held, secretary. Meets at Lee Camp Hall on fourth Sunday night of each month SONS OF BEN JAMIN. RICHMOND LODGE, No, 164 -Rev. E. Phillips, president; S; Hirshberg, secretary. Meets at Thon's Hall, corner of Seventeenth and Main streets, on tirst and third Tuesday night of each month at 8 o'clock. KKSHKR SHK.I. BAKZICI,. HILLEL LODGE. No. «>i Jnseph Cohn. president : Julius Straus, secretary. Meets at Lee Camp Hull at 3 P. M. on fourth Sunday of each month. I'"XXX SONS <>X ISKAIsI.. FRIENDSHIP LODGE, No. -17 H. hj. Hirshberg, president: William Flegenheimer, secretary. Meets at 4 P. M.. on tirst and third Sunday of each month at Smith's Annex Hall, Fifth street near Broad. HKNKVOI.KNT. LADIES' HEBREW BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION-Mrs. S. L. Bloomberg, president ; Mrs. Meyer Kirsh, s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

££SK • Old Dominion Cyclo & Supply Store, • P =F ~~~_. SALESROOM: 1004 EAST MAIN STREET. SHOPS, (Equipped with Electric Power) 800, 802 E. BROAD ST. Mak " Prleg. Makes. fill. J FENTON $ 100 00 ELFIN (Juveniles only) $ 40 00 TRINITY 100 00 SUMMIT $44.50, $37.50, $35,00 ECLIPSE $100, $75, $60, $50 LAKOTA $ 50 0 0 THISTLE $ ioo 00 GLOBE 100 00 UNITED STATES 100 00 j RUMSEY ;...' i OO 00 COMPANION (the side by side wheel) $ 150 00 , * OUW '£___-_ AWTEE ~ W " ******** to repair your ivhe I for one year, free of charge, no matter how you break it. Hill send fur it any time you 'phone us. KGMBEMI OF MO SIC • Richmond, va. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, A/FT T ATI 7 T/TT\ " Murcn imn ana 20tn, IHh YhLLOW KID. Parties coming to the Academy from Petersburg can have the night train held until 11:30 P. M. by making the request at the Box Office

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SYONOR & HUNDLEY,^-^ - *r - A Royal Stock of Artistic — FURNITURE. 711 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET. p..;,.-.-. as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

IRicbmonb mews. Next Thursday will be "Ladies' Night" at the Club. Mr. Mord. Foote, of Atlanta, Ga., was in the city this week. Mr. A. Dreifus, of Savannah, was a visitor in the city this week. Mr. Sig. Mayer, of Philadelphia, was in Richmond Friday and Saturday last. Dr. Charles A. Labenberg has been elected surgeon to the Richmond base-ball team. Miss Gussic Marks, of New Orleans, is visiting Miss I_-ily Rosendorf, east Clay street. Mr. Herman Ullman and Miss Lowenberg will be married at the Lexington Hotel, March 31st. Rabbi Calisch leaves to-morrow night for Toledo, Ohio, to visit his mother. He will return in time for next week's services. There will be no Bible Class Sunday. Mr. N. Kaufman, who has been spending the winter with his son, Mr. I. H. Kaufman, left Tuesday for Colorado Springs, accompanied by his son, Mr. Bert S. Kaufman. Detective Morris Cohen, of the New York police force, left for that city last Monday, after spending his two weeks' vacation with his father in R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

and then the government can forward the copper, which will be in full. The worst part about the business is that Mr. Burton has the contract for fontyears at the same rate. The cause of the remarkably low price for the contract is that Burton was determined to have the route over an enemy, who was also a bidder, and besides he had stages and horses which he had been using for years for that purpose.— Stanford ( Ky.) Interior Journal. Some "Remarhable law* ot 'Mature. A man will die for want of air in five minutes, for want of _Jeep in ten days, for want of water in a week, and for want of food at varying periods, dependent on circumstance*. The delicacy 01 the sense of touch is n£ujA'loiis. The fourth jewel-wheel-sercws of a W«W&< thojjgh thevhave two hundred ami sixty threads to the inch, look like dust. They are four one-thousandths of an inch in diameter, and a lady's ordinary thimble would hold 100,000 of them ; yet after being hardened and cut they are pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

Worfolk Hews. The Misses Moritz are in New York. Mr. Henry Posncr has returcd from Now York. Mr. Max Pincus has left for an extended trip south. Mr. I. Louis Peyser,of Petersburg, was in the city on Sunday. Mr. M. Umstndter was confined to the house by sickness for several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Levy have returned from a week's trip to Philadelphia and New York. Mrs. Kempner, of New York, was in the city for a few days as the guest of Mrs. Charles IYicdlnnder. Mr. A. H. Kaufnan, representing Thk Jkwisii Soith, was in the city on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Soeiotv gave an afternoon tea on Wednesday. Ouitc a large sum w.as realized. The next meeting of the Irving Circle will be held at Miss Eva Ries's, on Church street, on Thursday evening, March 25th. The marriage of Miss Sadie Spagat and Mr. Arthur Morris will take place on Wednesday, March 31st, at 4 P. M., at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Joseph W. Spagat, 130 Bank street. The P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THK INTKKKSTS OF JUDAISM. published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEIxIEL, Etlitor and Pubinher 820 Fast Main Stnkkt. Subscript ion, if per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents Advertising Kate, 50 cents per inch. Hutrrcil at the l*o««t-OrtU't\ Klclimoinl. Va .n* iceniul <Mn*« tnnttcr. ATToKNKV-itKNiCK.M. McKicnna is said to be the first Catholic who has ever served as .a member of the Cabinet, THB initial "P" is strongly in evidence in our spring holidays —Purim, Pcs ich, Pentecost. May they be the harbingers of universal Peace, Plenty and Prosperity. In rksponsk to the numerous inquiries, from Christians, as well as Jews, we would state that the terms "Jew," "Hebrew" and "Israelite" are not synonomous. The Jew is one who adheres to Judaism, and incidentally belongs to the Jewish race (though this question of race is sometimes disputed); Hebrew is the name of a language, and an Israelite was a member of a nation now extinct. It will thu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

jfilfal of Dantab : or, Cbc Sapphire of the pectoral. Ttiunlntrd from thr I'rrmli bjf Mihm Mki.anik Wkinhkkii. MgABBI BLIBZBR said to his disciples one day, . J "Do you wish to know, my children, how one shall honor his father and mother? Go and ask Damah ben Ncthina, a heathen living at Ascalon." " How, Rabbi, can we Israelites, your scholars, be taught by an idolator?" " My dear children," said the wise rabbi, " I know very well that, thank God, the beautiful tiaits of filial piety abound among the children of Israel, but it is not without reason that I point out to you the heathen Damah of Ascalon. I wish to teach you first to honor virtue wherever you find it, and then I want to make you understand that if a heathen, who has not, like us, received that commandment, "Honor thy father and thy mother," on the foot of Mount Sinai, and yet obeys that divine mandate, how much more should we keep it, who have promised to observe it forever." Damah was so unfortunate as to have a wicked...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

scbemers«l!)ourig anb ©lbBY LOUIS H. LEVIN. fSjjJNE SUNDAY afternoon Mrs. Michaelson called |£|£ on Mrs. Kantrowitz. She was cordially received, and asked to make herself thoroughly at home. This Mrs. Michaelson proceeded to do, and after throwing her shawl, which answered the double purpose of a wrap and head-covering, over the back of achair, shesat down and made herself comfortable. Mrs. Michaelson was an elderly lady, tall and slight-built, and wore a wig, after the manner of pious old-time Jewish wives. Mrs. Kantrowitz was a stout, hearty, middle-aged mother of a large family, and was too busy to bother with a wig during the week, so she wore it only on Saturdays and holidays, when the weather was not too hot. Mrs. Kantrowitz was glad to see her visitor, and the welcome was evidently sincere. After Mrs. Michaelson had c unfortably seated herself, and her hostess had taken a chair nearby, the latter began : "It's a long time since I've seen you. The sight of you is good for the ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

your Minnie's wedding?" " Why, Minnie is only a child—just nineteen. She has plenty of time to become a kala yet." "But she is such a nice girl," said Mrs. Michaelson, shaking her head slowly from side to side. " Any man would be proud to marry her." "Oh, she's only an ordinary girl, I assure you. She is a good housekeeper, I must say; but otherwise she is nothing unusual." "She is so pretty." "Only fair." "And has such ladylike ways." ' " She knows how to behave herself." "And she is a Jewish girl." "She was brought up in a Jewish home," said Mrs. Kantrowitz, with a toss of her head. " She would make such a sweet kala." "The child has never thought of such a thing. Why, even I had not begun to think seriously of it. She has plenty time yet." "That's what my Lazer says when I tell him he ought to get married, and he is twenty-three already." And Mrs. Michaelson heaved a sigh. A light began to break upon Mrs. Kantrowitz. Lazer was a good boy, and— Mrs. Michaelson broke in upon her tr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 19 March 1897

H (Boob stor\> of Hbrabam, jO&BRAHAM figures in legend as the hospitable J[\\v Makhius Orach, entertainer of guests. Tjhe expression, "My duty and my privilege," must have been' coined by him ; his belief in a loving God laid uponJiim the obligation to show kindness, and his warm heart found its delight in the companionship of those whom he could benefit. We sec already in the Bible how active he was in ministering to the angels; how he even ran towards them to bring them into his tent, and how he hastened to slaughter an ox for them. The Talmud tells us that Abraham had doors on all sides of his tent, so that a man need not go out the way he entered ; thereby, he would not be detected as haying been a recipient of charity. Most of the legends deal with Abraham's life in Canaan, but I have found one that goes back to the time when lied welt east of the Euphrates. In 'Harm, he seems to have had a heart and a house as large as the Waldorf, of New York. Strangers...

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