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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 6 October 1893

and the order has been therefore obliged to take upon itself every function that would ordinarily be performed by congregations and socities. The lodges must provide for education, secular and religious, defend all Jews against oppression, watch the course of legislation, and succor the needy. In this same country the order has instituted the festivals of liberty on the last day of Pesach, of instruction, at Shevuoth, and of benevolence, on the last day of Succoth. The hostility of successive ministries has thus far been baffled by B'nai B'rith's leaders, while inGaliciathe the order has verified the Israelites, wiped out internal prejudices, and bettered social condition. The orient has been the order's chosen field. The lodges at Jerusalem, Joppa and Soped. in the Holy Land, maintain orphan asylums, schools and hospitals. In Jerusalem the order has founded a library to commemorate the discovery of America. At Beyrout, Syria, it is growing daily in numbers. In Cairo and at Alexandr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 6 October 1893

DCTfIDC In-estigate a little for yourself. Every Agent claims his Com pan jis 'Theßest." ULrUKt 2 " Send to us for rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INJURING * 3- Get thC SamC information from other Companies for comparison. MiOUnillU • 4. Then select the Company you telieve will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR I JOIJN B- CARY A SON, ■ amm * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina LlrC Northwestern Mutual lAfe Insurance Company, .20. Main Stre-t, Corner 12th, - - - RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. ESTABLISHED 1865. niMAim BCJUULDY, • European Store • 500 and 50a E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 E. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars. ~ RICHMOND. U. J. E. ROSE & CO., $.oYe?, Tin to a_ c, G_ j, Tinning PLUMBING, GASFITTING, 1512 E. Main and 105 £. Broad Street, -s= RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. agent for __________ * CaNoy. R. L. CHRISTIAN A CO., 814 E. Main Street...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

RICHMOND NEWS. J. L. & S. C. BALL. Another Brilliant Entertainment by This Organization. The season of '93-4 was formally opened by the Jefferson Literary aud Social Circle last Tuesday night with a full dress ball at the Masonic Temple. That the occasion was a success goes without saying. The previous work ofthe present Eqtertainment Com mittee renders such a statement needless. It was 9:30 when the band announced the opening of the grand march, which was led by Mr. M. E. Marcuse and Miss Rosa May. There were several visitors in attendance, among the number being Rev. S. Horwitz, of Petersburg; Miss Lily Hagadorn, of Philadelphia, Pa.; Miss Bella Goodman, of the same city; Mr. Ralph Cohen, of Seneca, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Solomon, of Savannah, Ga. DEBUTANTES. The debutantes of the season were Miss Fannie Mitteldorfer and Miss Maud Dallman—Miss Mitteldorfer was handsomely attired in white silk with satin trimming and flowers—Miss Dallman's costume was an extrem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

THE LESSON OF HEREDITY. Sermon Delivered by Rabbi. E. N (Calisch Oct. 7th. And all these corses will come over you, j mid pursue you, and overtake you, till you I fiaZr^l be cau_e you did "not uearken to the voice of the Eternal, yow _*SU_S__^ 6 commanded you. Deut. My friends : When two weeks ago there was read the begining of this passage regarding the blessings and the curses, whiqh would befall the people of Jsrael, according as they woultf or would not hearken to the voice of GocJ and obey His laws, we then touched upon a thought, which it will J>eour effort to-day more clearly to bring to light and to emphasize. That thought is this, that the blessings and curses for the obedience or disobedience to the laws of God, come, not so much as mere fie ward and punishment which may be arbitrarily given or withheld by Heaven, as that they are the results that must follow inevitably fro ni the one or the other methbtfof life: To hearken to the voice of God brings . blessings...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

'and >powerful, there is no opinion seft for parent, educator or guardi- ; ah in deciding the destiny of a <child, or of a person deciding his 'own destiny. If I am subject to the uncontrollable influence of my ancestors' lives and actions, I am not so completely responsible, for mine own life and actions. I, am not to be punished for evil, nor to receivecredit or reward for good,' for these may be the working of forces, powers and influences which h_o not emanate from me, and which -I do not control. But, my friends, k is just in this that the statement is made too strong and broad. What heredity gives is not actual conditions, but tendency to, disposition to certain lines of thought or physical weakness. Physicians will tell you that x>-ie does not inherit a disease so much as a tendency toward that disease, a pathological condition, which makes the reception of that disease easy, but that by care and watchful diligence the disease may be warded of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. ' HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and 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 ciass mail matter. ' Cvi Bono? I The Independent Order of Benai # Berith, is celebrating in New York City from the 12th to 15th, inst., the fiftieth anniversary of its existence. The celebration is to be imposing, impressive, and in every way worthy of the representative Jewish order ofthe world. It will ' cbnsist of music, oratory and feasting. The most prominent members ofthe order, and many eminent non-fews will be the participants. It will doubtless be a brilliant event, and a most interesting and enjoyable one for those fortunate enough to be present. But the question rises almost involuntarily, cvi bono? where will be the benefit? The order can look back, with pardonable pride, to a half ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

Arthur L. Pleasants. TMZSTMOWM 114. Chaa. S. Crenshaw PLEASANTS & CRENSHAW, (Successors to GEO. D. PLEASANTS & SON.) FIRE > INSURANCE, 1104.V2 _>___i_* _vr___:_cT, « RICHMOND, VA. J- H. Chataigne, Wixßmimwj • PmM__»l_e*« 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. COWARDIN, M. E>., E>. E>. S. • I)e_Jtist, • A. R. BOWLES, M. D., D. D. S., Assistant. Office, 407 E. Main St., RICHMOND.VA. _Lv. Ladles' Hair Dresser, Cutting, Curling & Shampooing. . 319 E. BROAD ST. ROTHERT & CO., — DEALERS IN — Furniture. - Carpets. - Stoves. Refrigerators and Baby Carriages, 505 E. BROAD ST., RICHMOND, - - VIRGINIA. ¥our Rubber Stamps and Brands. Southern Rubber Stamp Works, HO7 E. Main...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

RICHMOND NEWB CONTINUED. Meeting Hour Changed. Rimmon Lodge No. 68,1. O. B. B. B. will hold a meeting Sunday even15th inst. at 7 o'clock instead of 8 o'clock, as heretofore. A Nice Field Day. The Field Day ofthe Country CI ub was an enjoyable occasion. The weather was perfect, and the attendance was all that could be desired. Much interest was manifested in the various sports and in many instances the contestants were almost evenly matched. Appropiate prizes were awarded the various winners. The Jewish South was promised a list of the successful contestents by an officer ofthe Club, who afl:er being called on for it twice promised to mail it. Doubtlessly the pr<?ssure of business incident to the F.iir caused him to forget it, but if it should come to hand it will be published next week. The engagement is announced of Miss Blanche Syele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Isaac Syele, and Mr. Byron Bear. Mr. Bottigheimer's Funeral. The funeral of Mr. Bernard Bottigheimer, who died We...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

BUSKIN ON CHURCH DEBTS. With Some Incidental Remarks Upon Sects and Upon Iron Chapels. [from the Fall Mall Gazette.] The following is a copy of a letter received from Mr. Ruskin in a reply to acircular askinghim to subscribe to pay off the debt upqn Duke-Street Chapel, Richmond, S. W.: "Brantwood, Coniston, j "Lancashire, May 19, 1886 J "Sir:—l am scornfully amused at your appeal to me, of all people in the world the precisely least likely to give you a farthing. My first word to all men and boys who care to hear me is. 'Don't get into debt. Starve and go to heaven—but don't borrow* Try first begging—l don't mind if it is needful—stealing. But don't buy things you can't pay for.' And of all manner of debtors, pious people building churches they can't m pay for are the most detestible nonsense to me. Can't you preach and pray behind the hedges—or in a sand-pit—or a coal-hole—first? And of all manner of churches thus idiodically built, iron churches are the damn ablest to me. And of a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 13 October 1893

Did Not I Tell You So?-WHAT? SYONOR & HUNDLEY ON TOP OF THE FURNITURE BUSINESS. _^_^K3_.__F_BV_c_^_b. ___ «y _f Ml VP—Jryni _B I _L_ * —' _T_l M^ r 1 _R r a_9R__—_ h^ r*M I ■ -vP~?v?u_jHpEnil Urn _W_ni._P llbhbw _B_j___R _<_tfS_3 !____»_■ »—< 00 _& rrl m ;M ■ fe Kil J HB _■»_ __[ M___^-i r to* rs I IH ■B_._lfl_Sl ■ TP ■ ■ ■ Mi ._lß__^^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_l This Magnificent Suit in Silk Brocatelle, Tapestry or WUton Rug for $60.00. nrrrtDr Investigate a Uttle for yourself. Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." DLrUK- 8 * Be P d to a " for rate » "J" 1 examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken ont at Tour Age. * 3 ' Get the same information from other Companies for comparison. IHOUnislU •. ,1. Then select the Company yon believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOHN 8- CARY A SON, • ■rr * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Llrt Northwestern Mutual Idfe Insurance Comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

THE TIE THAT BINDS. I MARRIAGE THIS WEEK OF FOUR RICHMOND PEOPLE. Mr. Straus and Miss Baumgarten—Mr. Binswanger and Miss Whitlock.—Mr. Frank and Miss Block. In Washington, Sunday evening, Typographical Hall was thronged with a goodly company to witness the marriage or _f__ Mamie Baumgarten, of that city, and Mr. A. E. Straus, of Richmond. The hall was elaborately decked with palms and growing plants, mingled with cut flowers, in honor of the occasion. Rabbi Rosenzweig officiated. The ceremony wee A! most impressive one, and the arrangements' were conducted after the most orthodox rule. The bride, a petite brunette, entered escorted by her father and mother, between whom she walked in her bridal robes of white brocade, elaborately trimmed with lace. Her long tulle veil was caught with sprays of orange blossoms. A handsome diamond pendant, the gift of the groom, was worn at the throat, and her bouquet was of bridal roses. She was preceded by her sister, Miss Carrie Baumgarten, as maid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

ENVIRONMENT. j A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH —^ nd _ i th ««« 1 «M will come and pursue thee __lf«E_?% *T*l _*___ the y destroy thee, ho £ haBt not hearkened to the voice of God to observe the commands and ordinances which he commanded thee.— Deut. xxviii-45. My Friends: In the discourse of last week we endeavored to make clear the power and force of heredity. We attempted to show its influence upon our lives, and to call to your attention the fact of the double duty of pu re and righteous life, for the sake of those who come after as, as well as ' for oar own. It was demonstrated how the true meaning of the blessing and the curee, lay not extern_J£to onr acts and to oar lives, bat were an integral part of them, coming from them, as inevitably and as inexorably as effect follows cause. The choice of blessing or of corse, for ourselves and for lives yet unborn, lay in our hands. Theie is one thing however that cannot be lost sight of in this connection ; a something whose influ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

RETURNED FROM NEW YORK. Senator Lovenstein Tells of His Experience at the Golden Jnbilee. Senator William Lovenstein returned Taesday from New Yors, where he took an active part in the celebration of the golden jnbilee of the Independent Order of B'nai B'rith. He is highly delighted with his experience in New York and speaks in glowing terms of the manner in which tbe fiftieth anniversary of the order has been observed. The celebration began Thursday evening at the Grand Central Palace on Lexington avenue, where at last 12,000 persons were in attendance. A number of addresses were made and a musical programme was executed under the leadership of Professor SeidL On Saturday evening a banquet was given at the same place, which was participated in by about 600 guests, including prominent members of the order in New York and the principal cities of the Union. On that occasion the Senator occupied a seat on the left of the chairman, while Governor Flower, of New York, eat on his right Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, EOitor and Prop., 722 East Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. I Entered at the Post Office, Richmond. Va a » second ciass mail matter. One of the saddest things in this world is to hear that a good man has committed suicide because oi business reverses. The very idea of a man's Setting such store by money as to take hia life for the loss of it is shocking beyond expression. Thia from the Richmond State, of the 19th instant. But the State has missed the pertinent point of suicide. It lies not in a man's "setting such store by money » tbat the loss of it drives him to self-deetrnction. It is not the mere deprivation of worldly goods that sends the suicidal bullet into the brain. It is cowardice, moral cowardice, or if that term be paradoxical it is the absence of moral courage. Suicide is the coward's refuge....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

Arthur L. Pleasants. TELEPHONE 114. Chaa. 8. Crenshaw PLEASANTS & CRENSHAW, (Successors to GEO. D. PLEASANTS & SON.) FIRE • INSURANCE, «» RICHMOND. VA. J. H- Chataigne, Virginia State, 1893-4, Price $6.00. ] Richmond City, 1893-4, Price $3.00. . 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. Jvl. COWARBIN, M. D., E>. E>. 8. A. R. BOWLES, M. D., D. D. S., Assistant. Office, 407 E. Main St., RICHMOND.VA. _vn*3. :__✓. "\2\ri_L,__>'_r, Ladles' Hair Dresser, Cutting, Curling ft Shampooing. . 219E.BROADST. ROTHERT <& CO., — DEALERS IN — Furniture. - Carpets. - Stoyes, 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. FONTICEILO LITHIA WATER. I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

A STORY OF LONG AGO. I It was in 1755 when a young student, the son of poor parents, straggling against adverse circumstances, who in later years was to attain fame as a theologian and writer, happy and frolicsome, with his knapsack on his back, turned bis back upon Erlanger, in Bavaria, to journey home. Although in possession of just sufficient money to provide the bare necessaries of life, he was in the best of humor, and trudged gaily along the gieat high road. As he reached the gates of the little boundary town—Seegringen—and was about to enter, a rough voice exEmed, to his suprise, "Halt, Jew ! Pay your stounded at the words, Peter Hebel, for it the great theologian in his salad days who was thus accosted, he became still more amazed when the questioner added to his first remark, "What! You will cheat us out of the tax? Wait, and I will settle the matter." And with clenched fists the questioner sprang upon the student. All his blithe thoughts dispersed, and he bewildered ly exc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

AN APOSTATE'S LIE. On Friday, September 15th, the trial of Paulns Meyer, the Roman Catholic priest, Dr. Deckert, and the editor of the clerical paper, Vaterland, ended in a verdict of guilty against all the accused. In May, the Vaterland published a letter by one Paul us Meyer, formerly teacher of Oriental languages and Talmudist, afterwards converted to Protestantism. The letter was addressed to Deckert, and by him given to the Vaterland for publication, and gave a detailed description of the murder of a Christian boy by Jews for ritual purposes, eighteen years ago, which Meyer asserted he had witnessed. , Meyer named the persons concerned, the Rabbi of Ostrovo, in Russian Poland, two attendants of the synagogue, who under the direction of the Rabbi, committed the deed, and a landed proprietor who had procured the child. A number of wealthy Jews enabled the persons concerned to prosecute the author, the publisher and the newspaper proprietor for libel. Of the persons principally co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 20 October 1893

rjrrriDr *" InTe * ti * ateaHtt,efor y ot,rße,f - Every Agent claims his Company is "Theßert." DLIUIIL 2 - Send to us for rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken oat at Tour Age. MCllDiyp * 3 - Oct the same information from other Companies for comparison. llOUninU • 4,. Then select the Company yon believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOI-N 8. CARY A SON, • ...- * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Llrt Northwestern Mutual Idfe Insurance Company. 201 Main Street. Corner 12th, - - RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. ESTABLISHED 1865. ■MIMA-flf SCHMIDT, • European Store • 500 and 50a E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 E. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wine* Liquors and Cigars* ~ RICHMOND, Iffl. J. E. ROSE 6c CO., {Stove?, Tinware, Crocker 1 j, Tinning PLUMBING, GASFITTING, 1512 E. Main and 105 E. Broad Street, -gg RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. AGENT FOR _,_,__ < Candy. R. L. CHRISTIAN & ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

THREE DECADES. Senator and Mrs. Lovenstein Celebrate Their Thirtieth Anniversary. Senator and Mrs. William Lovenstein celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of their mar- ■ riage at their handsome residence, No. 1002 , east Clay street, Tuesday night, and hundreds of friends called on the happy couple to extend ( their congratulations and hearty well wishes. No invitations for the affair were issued, and the hospitable host and hostess modestly told their acquaintances that the celebration would be of the most informal character, but those who called soon perceived that the entertainment was of the most elegant and recherche order. Nearly all the lady visitors appeared in full dress, while the gentlemen, with but few exceptions, wore their evening suits. The decorations throughout the house, which was entirely at the disposal of the evening callers, were of the most equisite character. The parlors were resplendent with light and effects of the most telling skill and taste for color, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

THE TRUE CIVILIZATION. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH «_^~r, the fca , r - of G , od is wisdom, and the departure from evil is understanding.—/o&xxv/i7-28 We often speak of civilization and of the progress of the human race, but were we asked to define civilization, it is quite possible that there would be a variety of answers. We declare that some nations are civilized, some semi-civilized, and others barbarous and savage. Tet again we would differ vastly in our replies, were we called upon to define the marks and limitations, by which we discriminated between one nation or one people and another. Emersons says that civilization should be defined negatively, "A nation that has no iron, no clothing, no alphabet, no marriage, no arts of peace, no abstract thought, we call barbarous. " To render that affirmatively would he to say that a nation that has clothing, has iron, has alphabet and arts of peace, is civilized. This is the general thought of civilization, materi...

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