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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

IRicbmonb Hews- Mr. M. B. Oberdorfer and family have removed to New York. Mrs. Simon Sycle is in New York undergoing medical treatment. Mrs. Isaac Sycle and son, Harold, of Philadelphia, are the guests of Mrs. Juliues Sycle. Mrs. Samuel Frank, of Norfolk, was on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Sycle, this week. Miss Carrie Fleishman, who has been visiting Miss Ophelia Lewit, left for home last Monday. During the last three months the Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Association has distributed $325.10 among the poor. A surgical operation was performed several days ago upon Miss Miriam Greenewald, who has been sick for some time. Miss Rachel Brill, of New York, spent last Sunday in this city. It was the first anniversary of the death of her sister, Bertha, over whose grave she has had a neat tombstone erected. Danville, Da. Mrs. William Goodman, of your city, who has been visiting Mrs. Hessberg, returned home Friday, much to the ngrct of all. Mr. and Mrs. J. Goldsmith, of Baltimore, wh...

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. — 9 April 1897

the steamship Kaiser Wilhelm 11. last Saturday evening, brought with him the positive assurances from the baroness of her disposition to give the sum of 11,800,000 to divers benevolent enterprises in the United States. Of this great sum it is reported that $1,000,000 is to bo given to the alleviation of distress in en tirely now charitable channels, which, those con versant with the matter expect, will create a great sensation when the details become known, by their originality and scope. But the precise nature of the beneficence is kept a closely guarded secret for t ho present. It was statod further that $100,00!) is to bo given to the Educational Alliance, in which Baron De Hirsch took so much interest, and the remaining $700,000 will bo distributed among various other charities, but just what ones, it is believed, has not yet beeil fully determined. Baron De Hirsch, it will be remembered, died suddenly at his estate 1 at Pressburg, Hungary, on April 20 of last year, leaving to h...

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. — 9 April 1897

THE GENTLEMAN-AND THE JEW. A gentleman is of no nation, or breed. He is like music, universal, in necessary characteristics. Pre judices may shadow individuals, but that is indica tive of the narrow limits of thought and ideas, of the one who is prejudiced rather than the lack of gentlemanly qualifications in the individual who inspires the prejudices. In some small New England towns, a man of the masonic order is not socially honored or respected and Catholicism is a barrier to society's smiles and favors. Prejudice absorbs the strength of individu ality, personality. Narrow prejudice l is dormant in narrow environments. Prejudice is always reflec tive of environment. Optical and mental vision is limited to one paral lel line, it never swerves or varies from a focus, established in ignorance l , or a stubborn will to ad here to, traditional or hereditary prejudice. The Jew, as a gentleman, has received the recog nition of the crowned heads of Europe and in London, Paris and all the...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF Published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Ptibishcr. 826 East Main Stkk.kt. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Entered at the I'ost-eiffiee, Richmond, Vn , as second class matter. ~ I———______— . On several occasions we have protested against the lack of dignity (mere thoughtlesness, in all pro bability) exhibited by many Jewish people in furnish ing items of news to the papers. To call an intimate friend or relative "Abe," "Ike" or "Mose" in the privacy of the home is all right, but when it comes out in cold type that "Mr. and Mrs. Ikey" have done this or "Mr. and Mi's. Abe" are going to do that, it presents an extremely ludricous appearance. In addition to this, there is something of contempt in this shortening of names, for by no mischance does it ever appear that Mrs. " Bill " Jones is at home or that Mrs. "Tom " Smith is visiting in New York. It may b...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

CIRCUIT PRfACHING. Rabbi Edward N. Calisch, e>f Richmond, Va., make's a strong plea in this month's lle'bre>w Col leger Journal for circuit preaching. He says that were he to begin his career eive'r again he would give it entirely to this kind of work, and he urge's upon the 1 present students of the college the neces sity of bringing the sacrifice ami devoting at least the first ten years o. their professional life to cir cuit work. While? we admire Rabbi Calisch's earnest efforts in trying to bring about this desidera tum, yet we 1 feel confident that this question will se)e>ner of later seilve itself, Whether the cedh'ge 1 stuele'iits want to Or 80, they will have l to give l thems elves to this kinel e>f work. Xe'ce'ssitv will e'oni])e'l them to elo it. At the rate' that the' Hebrew Iniem College is graduating rabbis we may soem expect to have more rabbis than there are- pulpits to fill, and the. solution of the l ovorsupply will be what Rabbi Calisch calls "the l cr...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

IReela. A Tale of the Jews in England. " Aye, aye, the old story —rapine, cruelty ami oppression ! Cemlel not Henry of England find a fitter instrument to execute his arbitrary decrees than olel Richard Falkner?" Ami the knight threw down the 1 king's warrant with a look of contempt which arguivel little for his loyalty. The 1 speaker was a blunt se)lelie>r who had spent the greater part of his life 1 in the camp or on the battlefield. Full of the prejudices of his life, age and country, he nevertheless pessessed many high ami honorable feelings. He 1 had witnessed with in dignation the meanness ami injustice' which char acterized the' conduct of Henry 111 towards the unfortunate wanderers of Israel. Detesting them as a sect, Sir Richarel Falkner pitied them as vic tims ; and his persona] kne)wle'elge' e>f one' e>f the preiscribe'ei race 1 had gone 1 far towarels dissipating the rancor engendered by bigotry. An Israelite had been many years Bottled in the village e>f Che...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

M He is elead—murdereel ! " cried GoWSf harshly, and for a memiemt Sir Richarel himself looked like a man who had beem struck by the 1 blow of an assassin. M Who has done this?" saiel Urn old man in an Unsteady voice. " Wlu> hath wrung a mother's heart and destroyed a father's hope? Whe> could raise l a hanel against that love>ly child? " V Who murdered Hugh eif Lincoln?" answered Leslie l . " Who hath Shed the bleieiel of hunelreels of Christian chilelrem? What but the accurseel Jews? Art thou with us, Sir Richard Falkner, in the cry of vengeance ? " " Hael my own brother raised his hanel against Eugene' Qower's son, I would have sheathed my blade in his heart! But are ye certain ye act not rashly in this business—have' ye proof?" " Unquestionable ; but while l we tarry he>r<' they will escape us. Forward my men, ami death to the Jews] " Again the l crowd began to rush forward, filling the air with yells e>f fury ami forgetting in their excitement all the 1 bemefi...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

of death ! " answered (lower sternly. "The 1 tor ture and the 1 prison, perchance, may draw forth the truth ; thou and thine ancient accomplice must go forth with me." "Nasarene I " replied Neela, her lips curling with SCOrn as she spoke, " it is for thee and these of thy Creed to speak falsely. What truth can be expected from mem, who, professing a religion of love anel pe>ae'e>, tear from their house's anel altars anel punish by a shameful death, these 1 wlmse 1 only crime it is that they worship (le>el acconling te> the rites e>f their fathers?" " A less scornful tone would suit thy situation better," saiel (leaver, anel them he 1 added in a lower voice which reached only the' ear e»f Keela : "It is my turn to triumph now." The- maiden eliel not answer, for her aged mother stood beside her, gazing anxiously into her face as if she 1 wished to read there- the> meaning of this in trusion em their solitude. Neela threw her arms around her parent, exclaiming in tone...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

Sir Richarel Falkner, pale, wouneled and ex hausted, leaned on his broken sword, his manly face crimsoned with the shame e>f defeat; while Leslie Gower, disappointed even in the moment of triumph, stood gazing with a lex>k of rage l on the brother Who through life had defeated his dearest hopes. From childhood he had been an envious and repining spirit. The second son of a powerful and wealthy baron, he hated the elder who ste>e)d between him and the inheritance and cursed the fate which had made him younger. Possessing strong passions and incapable of noblen- or generous feefing, yet he hael sufficient craft to veil his char acter from those with whom he came in cemtact, ami succeeded in gaining the 1 hearts e)f his father's vassals by his specious manners. One l thing had Seemed to favor his hemes ; his e'leler brother grew sickly anel feeble, and his death was looked to by the aspiring Leslie as a thing not only probable, but certain. In the dark recesses of his heart he...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 April 1897

JEWISH INTITUTIONS OF RICHMOND. SYNAGOGUES. M. Millhiser, president ; Henry S. Hutzler, moo rotary* Services Friday mg at 10:30 o'clock, uinl holidays. Sunday-school 10 4 \. M., ami Bible t ween Broad ami Rom Nov. B. Phil lips, rabbi; H. Fisher, president; William Periston*,, secretary. Ser vices Friday Evening, Sabbath Morn ing, ami holidays. SIR MOSES MoNTEFIORE, Mayo Street near Franklin Rev. No.veil". rabbi; A. Gellman, president ; H. Rosenberg, ■CCrotary. Services Friday Evening at e> ~'tlook, Sabbath Morning at H o'clock, and holidays. BETH SHALOM. Joseph Cohn, reader; Bh J. I.ovy, president. Sorvices at boo tump Hall 10 A. M. Sabbaths, and holidays evening and morning. h'ni' h'kitm. RIMMON LODGE, No. e>B M. I, Hin ■WSagif, presidont : Joseph 1,. Levy, secretary. Moots third Sunday night of each month at boo Camp Hall. BENJAMIN LODGE, 2*o. 69 11. Fisher, president : Joseph Cohn, secretary. Meets fourth Sunday night of each month at Smith's Hall. Fifth street near Broad. ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

DDIOpO owing to improved facilities * itl/UvLU and a slight reduction in Raw Material. ——Best Ice Creams, Ices and Fancy Cakes. PINEAPPLE SNOW, per Gallon $1.00. Soda, Mineral Waters, Fine Candies, Tobacco and Cigars. • Satisfaction Guaranteed ggSS: WM. C. SCHMIDT. 427 E. Broad Street MQMBZMI OF MOBIO - aicawoMp, va. ROLAND REED • "THe Wrong Mr. Wright," »-*- TUESDAY, APRIL 20th. 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.

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

A dcputatation from the Jewish community at Czeglcd recently waited on the Hungarian Minister Of Public Worshipfor the purpose of soliciting a sub vention. Although not a Jew, Francis Kossuth, eldest son of the great Hungarian patriot, headed the deputation, whose request was readily complied with. AIIYSSINIA. The Fmperor Menelik has made arrangements with the French mint for the coinage of a large quan tity of silver money for Abyssinia. On the reverse side will be engraved the eompicring lion of the tribe of Judah, with the inscription, "Ethiopia holds out the hand to no one but God." FRANCK. In the course of the discussion on the Algerian Budget in the Senate, Smator Trielle, ele:ted only a few weeks ago by Constantine (Algeria), as an anti- Semite, attacked the Algerian Magistracy, amongst which arc a large number of Jews and sharply criti cised the government for conferring so many favors upon our co-religionists residing in Algeria. He con cluded a violent s|KH.vh by remarking...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

f attb 111 tuunnii Unturc. It is rather surprising to find right on Park Row a cafe that trusts its customers perfectly. This place has probably 800 regular callers. It is Open day and night, and is run on a system of implicit faith in the honesty of man. While not a place strictly high class, it offers what might be called a very "comfort able" tneal, with trimmings before or after. Alto gether, it is simply a plain place for an everyday man, with occasionally a little something extra on the bill of fare equaling anything in the city. This, of course, can be said of hundreds of simi lar place 4* but the system of payment is something novel. The proprietor, a stout German, boasts HO cashier, as there is little cash to take in. On theeigar counter is a day-book. The customer comes in, goes to the ice chest in the corner it he wishes and takes a quiet nip out of a black bottle. Then he orders what he wants on the bill of fare. It is served quickly and neatly. He then counts up his own...

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. — 16 April 1897

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. published Weekly. HERBERT T. KXKKIEE, Editor and Pubisher. S2f. East Main Street. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents Advertiainfr Rate, 50 cent* per inch. Knteml nt the Poat-Ofllw. Klchmoml, Va .a* wcoml da*, „ mt trr. A more interesting sketch than that of Modecai Manuel Noah, sent us this week by its author, Hon. Simon Wolf, it has never been our good fortune to peruse. In this biography it is shown that Major Noah took no unimportant part in the events of his day. Some weeks ago we published an article on the attempt of the subject of this sketch to found a city of refuge for the Jews. From this it appeared that the Major was something of what is called in this day a "crank." To prove that this is not so we give . brief resume of his career knowing it will prove of interest to our renders. Mordecai Manuel Noah was born in Philadelphia in 1785. When a lad of ten he was apprenticed to a ca...

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. — 16 April 1897

Ilfllbolesome flfoeat. In these days of hygienic knowledge, when people of intelligence are clamoring for an efficient ins]>ection of meat, whilst the Federal Government is expending immense sums in endeavoring to stamp out tubercu losis from amongst cattle, the strict adherent of the dietary laws has cause to felicitate himself that he and his family are thoroughly protected from all lung troubles communicable by diseased cattle. No meat is cooked in his house unless it has been properly in spected and stamped as wholesome by a competent judge. The inspector himself must not be interested pecu narily in the cattle examined. The animal is killed by cutting the wind-pipe; and the life blood gushes out red and pare, instea 1 of being discolored as in the common method of slaughtering. Next the heart and lungs are carefully examined. Particular attention is paid to the lungs, as to color, size, and general condition. They must hang free, and not adhere to any of the surrounding part...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

1-teela. H Cale oftbe 3ewe in jetifllanO (Concluded from last week.) TlfrlffE SOUGHT out the Jewish doctor who had re- stored his brother to health and offered him immense wealth to destroy both father and son by poison; but Ephraim rejected his proposals with scorn, and Gower swore vengeance. Previous to this he had seen Neela and, dazzled by her beauty, had wooed her as only a noble of England could woo one of the outcasts of Judah. Her indignant rejection of his proposals was another motive for revenge. It was a common thing in those days to accuse the Jews of crucifying Christian children, and only one year before eighteen had been executed on a charge, equally monstrous and absurd, of sacrificing in this manner a child called Hugh of Lincoln. To interested and fanatical judges, such things were not hard to prove, and Leslie, who knew neither pity nor remorse, eagerly seized upon the vulgar prejudice to work out his own dark scheme. It was easy to get rid of the baron's child an...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

rather the lava stream that burns than the gentle shower that refreshes. Gradually, too, a sickening terror crept over her; horrible visions crowded on her brain, and she who had so loved her mother while living, feared to look upon her when dead. The very stillness made the blood creep coldly in her veins, and she would have givtn worlds to hear the sound of a human voice. In her despair she again had reconrse to prayer. Neela was calmer when she had concluded, and imprinting one warm kiss on thecold face of the dead she covered it with a veil and returned to her seat. She had sat about a quarter of an hour, musing on her desolate situation, when a slight noise aroused her and, raising her head with a start, her eyes fell on the stern countenance of Leslie Gower. She would have shrieked, but her tongue clove to the roof of her mouth, and she was unable to utter a sound. " Fear not, maiden," said Leslie, as he took her cold hand in his, "I came not to injure thee." But his touch aro...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

sake; and Sir Richard F'alkner, drawn by her shrieks to the spot, once more saved her from her dreaded foe. "Shame on thee, thou disgrace to knighthood!" said the old warrior, "thou who on winning thy golden spurs, swore to protect the innocent and op pressed, art violating, without remorse, that sacred covenant." Gower did not answer, and the sword fell from his powerless hand, for his eyes were fixed on an object which palsied his daring spirit; yet there was nothing fearful in the sight he beheld. "Can the sea give up its dead!" he murmured hoarsely, "or docs the murdered return to earth, as priests have told, to detect and punish their destroy ers? No ! no! it cannot be; my senses deceive me— yet it is there —still! " And the strong man, the scof fer, who had railed at religion and virtue as the chimeras of a heated brain, overcome by the con sciousness of guilt and superstitious terror, fainted. But none heeded him; Sir Richard Falkner and Neela recognized the baron's lost chil...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

unfortunate man say, "I have rtj luck among men ; my peace is from God/ 1 The Schlemiel in Jewish anecdote commences life very early. He is Schlemiel almost from cradle to grave. We find the first traces of him at school, when he is made the scapegoat for the offences of others, and is voted by his parents and teachers a dull boy. There is the story of the young Schlemiel who was so dull that his rabbi could do nothing with him, could hardly even teach him to read. The Worthy pedagogue did his very best to drum some thing into his head, but finding all his efforts of no avail, at last began to teach him the Kaddish. The study of the Kaddish proceeded laboriously for some time, until at last the father called at the school to see how his Schlemiel was progressing. To his great amazement he found him working hard at the Kaddish, and was anything but pleas .'ri to find his young hopeful making this early preparation to qualify against the time when his father should die. " What do you ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 16 April 1897

JEWISH INTISTUTIONS OF RICHMOND. SYNAGOGUES. BETH AHABA, Eleventh street near Marshall—Rev. E. N. Calisch, rabbi; M. Millhiser, president; Henry S. Hutzler, secretary* Services Friday Evening- at 8 o'clock, Sabbath morn ing- at 10:30 o'clock, and holidaj-s. Sunday-school 10 A. M., and Bible- Class 11:15 A. M. Sunday. KENESETH ISRAEL, Mayo street be tween Broad and Ross Rev. E. Phil lips, rabbi; H. Fisher, president; William Perlstein, secretary. Ser vices Friday Evening, Sabbath Morn ing, and holidays. SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE, Mayo street near Franklin- Rev. Newell, rabbi; A. Gellman, president; H. Rosenberg, secretary. Services Friday Evening at 6 o'clock. Sabbath Morning at 8 o'clock, and holidays. BETH SHALOM, Joseph Cohn, reader; E. J. Levy, president. Services at Lee Camp Hall 10 A. M. Sabbaths, and holidays evening and morning. b'nk b'kith. RIMMON LODGE, No. 68—M. I. Bin swanger, president ; Joseph L. Levy, secretary. Meets third Sunday night of each month at Lee Camp Hall. BENJA...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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