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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 December 1897
Capabilities. Therefore, the stage impressing the public mind in its different characters should picture the Jew in his present condition and not as he was believed to have been in the past, when his chances for advancement were not as good as his fellowmen's. And he is slowly gaining his way, even on the stage, as an honorable character and not as a mark for satire and ridicule. In " Men and Women," a modern drama, " Israel Cohen," a Jew, one of the leading characters, is the personification of integrity and honor, the president of a bank, and beloved by his community. Let us hope that future authors and playwrights, when introducing Jewish characters and traits, will study, investigate, and learn their true, genuine qualities, and tben when the stage portrayal is given the Jew will be justly depicted as he is, and by this means much will be done towards dissipating the false impression of his character and toward breaking down the barrier between Jew and non-Jew. Jewish Criterion....
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 December 1897
THERE IS every reason to believe that the slim attendance upon synagogue services is due in a great degree to the fact that nowadays, as acorrespondent aptly expressed it last week, much, if not all, of our praying is done "by proxy." With a rabbi to recite a portion of the prayers and a choir to chant the remainder, the average congregant seems to think he is a useless appendage, and argues that so long, as he makes his payments to the congregation promptly he is doing all that is required of him. To-night the ladies of the Congregation Beth Ahaba will make a move toward a restoration of the old state of affairs. They will endeavor to organize a choral union, having for its object the resumption of congregational singing. This may, on its face, seem a matter of no great importance, but in the light of recent events, unless something is done to make the attendant upon the Sabbath services feel that he has a part therein and that his presence is necessary, the weekly devotion is doom...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 December 1897
lish author, whose "Children of the Ghetto" and other works were so well received, will make a tour of the United States in the near future as a reader of selections from his own writings. The Berlin (Germany) temple, which was the first synagogue in the world to adopt Sunday services, has, after thirty years' trial, discontinued them as a failure. With genuine regret we read in last week's Hebrew Journal, a New York paper of over twtnt}'-five years' standing, the announcement of its suspension. 'As Christmas falls on the Sabbath this year there will be no objection to every Jew observing the day sacredly. Che Queen JBebtnO the jfimicr. Miss Lilian Bell, who is narrating her impressions of the Old World and its people for the Ladies' Home Journal, writes from London in the November issue of that magazine: " I have seen the houses of Parliament and the Tower and Westminster Abbey, and the World's Fair, but the most impressive sight I ever beheld was the upraised hand of a London poli...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 December 1897
DIRECTORY OF JEWISH INSTITUTIONS 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 morning at 10:30 o'clock, and holidays. Sunday-school 10 A, M., and BibleClass 11:15 A. M. Sunday. KENESETH ISRAEL,, Mayo street between Broad and Ross—Rev. E. Phillips, rabbi; H. Fisher, president; 1 William Perlstein, secretary. Services Friday Evening, Sabbath Morning, and holidays. SIR M )SES MONTEFIORE, Mayo street 1 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 Eec Camp Hall 10 A. M. Sabbaths, and holidays evening and morning. b'ne b'rith. RIMMON LODGE, No. 68 M. I. Binswanger, president; Joseph L. Levy, secretary. Meets third Sunday night of each month at Lee Camp...
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 December 1897
MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $. Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 EAST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. Sole Agent for Special attention to FINE CATERING HARRIS' ANTI-DYSPEPTIC WATER In and Out of the City. THECOHENCdCfIRPETS. THEY FURNISHED THOSE AT THE J&amp;FFERSON CLUB. HARVEY &amp; CO., Florists, Sr-SSrJS: No. 5 West Broad Street. G-REENHOUSES—Barton Heights and New Reservoir. J. A. GRIGG, President. S. C. WEISIGER, Secy and Treas. QL Aae TO FIT, TO LOOK WELL, OllOub And WEAR WELI —. J. A. GRIGG SHOE COMPANY, 121 East Broad Street.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. —- TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, December 14th and 15th, and Matinee Wednesday, «_nri_j\jv&lt;_r:i___ iiv renrw york.)o o THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Dec. 16th and 17th, "M2V-- _H -_- MATINEE FRIDAY. J-V • o Night. fwelVC TeiTiptatiOnS... ____"\te: oivi_y the: ». Purest and Best Milk, Cream, and Butter —FROM THE — Finest Herd __- State QUART, Gets. PINT, 3cts. HALF-PINT, 2cts. All Milk Delivered in Sterilized Glass Jars. Both Old «*! New 'Phone No. 796. CHATSWORTH DAIRY CO.. 211 N. 3d St.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
SYDNOR &amp; HUNDLEY, — A Royal Stock of Artistic 711 * 713 EAST BROAD STREET. _i Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. Chapped Hands and Lips Made Soft and Smooth byusing "SOOTHING BALM," forVVy^ars. Sour Stomach and All Discomforts After Eating Relieved BY TAKING COPODONE LIVER PILLS, e.g^EeTyEARS ROBINS' PHARMACY. Marshall and Second Streets. RICHMOND, VA. \ow opposite City Hall, Richmond, Vn., but noon to more Into its own arand new bnildlna -lo.r li 1 feet, four stories, 900 and UO'J _. Hroad Street. For thirty years this school litis been preparing young j&gt;eop'e tor practical business life. It tenches Single, Doub'c Entry nnd Joint Stock Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy, English. _c. Send lor Catalogue, showing its splendid methods in preparing its students tor business, and its success in securing positions for them, SPECIAL ... New-Building Discounts. . The Leading Business College south of the Potomac river. — Philade...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
IRicbmono flews. Mr. Leroy Hutzler is home from an extended business trip. Miss Sallie Hutzler has been kept at home by sickness this week. Mrs. D. Liechtenstein, of Tarboro, N. C, is in the city visiting relatives. Mrs. Samuel Ce&gt;hen has returned from a very enjoyable trip to New York. Mr. M. B. Oberdorfer, after a seven weeks' business trip south, is home again. Messrs. Marcus Meyers and Sol. Miller, of Newport News, spent Sunday in the city. Mr. Henry Myer, formerly of Richmond, but now of Baltimore, was in the city this week. Mrs. F. Nelson anel daughter, who have been visiting relatives in Baltimore, have returned he&gt;me. Mrs. Janet Gunst is quite ill at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. M. S. Ble&gt;ck, 006 east Grace street. Mrs. Harry M. Reinhard and son have been visiting friends and relatives in Baltime&gt;re for several weeks. The engagement is anneuinceel of Miss Lula, daughter e&gt;f Mr. Charles Millhiser, to Mr. W. A. Hirs...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
These wiU neither Rip, Ravel, nor Tear. Neat boxes and a directory of our customers will be furnished on application at our store to those who did not get them when we were distributing them- A. W. HANMER. H " M * REINHARD - | I A. W. HANMER &amp; COMPANY, I PROPRIETORS. S | Hanmer's Method of Soliciting Trade for Business Firms.r&gt; f 606 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. r YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL&gt;» At our store and inspect the presents, when we will explain our method, and you will readily see that the ALUMINUM CHECKS Cost Ybit IVotlTixx^
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
Mr. A. Sak9, of Washington, D. C, was in the city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Myers have issued cards for the celebration of the twenty-fifth (silver) anniversary of their marriage, Saturday evening, December 18th, from 8 until 11 o'clock, at their residence, No. 407 north Eighth street. = — ■Ricbmono aßafter^. Orders taken for Fruit Cake. We also make Apple and Cinnamon Coffe Cake, French, Rye, • and Seed Bread Leave orders and we deliver every day. We give trading stamps. Kass &amp; Cone, 216 west Broad street. at tbc SetTerson Club. They were discussing the ejualities of lager beer. "This beer is all right," saiel one member, "but my wife bought two dozen the other day from Arthur Levy &amp; Co., 112 east Broad street, and it is the best bottled beer I ever tasted. And just think of it, until December 18th, they only charge 85 cents for a be&gt;x of two dozen. All you have to do is to call up 'phone 800, and when yon get home the beer is there." IRor...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
For The Jewish South. IRcligfousXeabevsof tbeXHHorlb. By Charles Hutzler. [This address was delivered before the Thirteen Class, of Richmond, on October IS, 1897, by Mr, Hutzler, and was prepared without any view to its publication ; but it has been so favoiably commented on by the members of the class, that many of those wlowcte not present have tried to prevail upon the writer to place it before the public. After much solicitation Mr. Hutzler has agreed to jjive it to the readers of Tub Jewish South, which in to-day's issue publishes the third and final instalment.] Part lll—Jesus and Mahomet. IT WAS not the fault of Moses or for lack of warning on his part that Israel fell away from the pathe)f rectitude e&gt;r relinquished their hold upon the treasures he bequeatheel to them. I cannot at this time analyze the historical events extending through a period of 1,400 years that brings us to the time when an offshoot of Judaism started e)ut to teach the ethics of Mosaism and b...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
dented himself before the people. But a tar greater facte&gt;r in the issue is to be found among the Gteeks and Remians. Rome was then at the zenith of her power, and at the zenith of corruption as well. Grecian mytrmlogy. which gave birth to the art of Phidias and the poetry of Homer, had degenerated into a series e&gt;f religious rites accompanied by the most pernicious excesses. The sanctity hitherto surrounding their ideal ge&gt;ds had been set aside for the more exuberant practices e)f levity and abandem. Agnosticism had reared its insielious head, and all religious practices were held in eemtempt. Jewish youths then as new, anxious to conform to the dress and manners of their polished rulers, were holding lightly to their sacred customs. They even changeel their Jewish names for Grecian equivalents, the meire reaelily to lose their former identity. It was this alarming condition of ('isintegration among Jews and heathen that gave impetus to tlie newly-b...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
*n resurrection, but describes minutely the condition, manner, and methoel; the exact time, however, is not given. A certain bone in each me)rtal is preservcel from decay, and this becemies the nucleus of the resurrected benly. The animate world is denmied te) destruetiem by strange and miraculous methods; heaven and hell only, with their inhabitants, will remain ; 50,000 years will be consumed in passing judgment, anel then the righteous will be summoned te)paradise, anel the wicked eemsigned te) hell. No man's good we)rks or merits will entitle him to admittance to heaven, but God's mercy alone. Heaven is describeel with all its delights, including feasting, music, happy possessiems, vigor, anel health; but the ctenvn of all will be the pe&gt;ssession of SO.OOOservantsand seventytwo handsome black-eyed girls of paradise. Predestination to the last degree is an important factor and accounts in large measure for the indifference to danger or death in warfare. The practical p...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
Although the Dreyfus case has stirred France to its utmost depth of late, so much so, in fact, as to almost become an international matter, yet we are afraid that there is little e)r no hope for the unfortunate ex-captain. The representatives of the- French government insist that Dreyfus is guilty beyond a doubt, and while they admit that Count Esterhazy may have committed the same or a similar crime as that for which Dreyfus is undergoing punishment, they declare that the guilt or innocence of the count will have no bearing on the other. From present indications it cannot be denied that there is no disposition whatever on the part of the French government to right any wrong it may have done with regard to the matter. The late riots in Bohemia, though directed against the Germans primarily, wereultimatelv made to include the Jews. This is invariably the'case in Europe, including enlightened England. Let a mob start in pursuit of any object whatsoever and it is only a matter of time ...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
even, and I got all out of patience, and I kept saying good gracious till Aunt Mary looked at me over her glasses; she doesn't approve of expletives for young ladies. He —You are sure it was good gracious? Sl*K-It was, at that stage. I got the brackets up all right, but I went and drove a nail partway into an end of the pole to start a place to screw in the fancy end, and when I tried to pull it out I broke it square off" and I cenildn't pull the piece out. I was so provoked! He —What did you say then ? She —I said plague take it! There was nothing to do but to saw off an inch or so to get a fresh end. I had a fearful time de&gt;ing it. It loe)ked as if somebexly had chewed it off, and I sawed my fingers. He? —And you said She —I said confound it! right out loud, and Aunt Mary went out of the re)e)m. I got the pole up finally, and stretched my arms until they were lame, and got both ends screwed on, and then founel I'd forgotten to put the rings on. I was perfectly desperate...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
DIRECTORY OF JEWISH INSTITUTIONS 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 morning 1 at 10:30 o'clock, and holidays. Sunday-school 10 A, M., and BibleClass 11:15 A. M. Sunday. KENESETH ISRAEL, Mayo street between Broad and Ross —Rev. E. Phillips, rabbi; H. Fisher, president; William Perlstein, secretary. Services Friday Evening, Sabbath Morning, and holidays. SIR MOSES Me)NTEFIORE, 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 Eec Camp Hall 10 A. M. Sabbaths, and holidays evening and morning. b'ne b'rith. RIMMON Le)DGE, No. fjß M. I. Binswanger, president ; Joseph L. Levy, secretary. Meets third Sunday night of each month at Eec Camp Hal...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 December 1897
JMLME6 JL MOBIUDS, MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $ Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 EAST BROAD STREET, RICHMOND, VA. Sole Agent for Special attention to FINE CATERING HARRIS' ANTI-DYSPEPTIC WATER In and Out of the City. Silver Novelties in Abundance Is what you will find at our store, and more there than at any other store in the city, therefore, the more we have, the cheaper we can sell them. The quality is the best—92s-1000 fine. No Dry Goods Store Silver. m Watch These Prices: Nail Files and Hutton-Hooks size), worth $2. l X)c. Hat-Brushe.s, worth $2 $1.48. Manicure Scissors, worth $1.25 75c. Too' h-Brushes, worth $1.25 67c. Pocket-Knives, worth $1.25 75c. Solid Gold Scarf-Pins, worth $2 $1.00. THE BEAR JEWELRY CO- Leading Broad-Street Jewelers and Opticians, (109 EAST BROAD STREET. ' Phone 143.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 December 1897
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. —^ FRIDAY NIGHT and SATURDAY MATINEE, Dbcemses 24th anm) 25th, ..JAMES O'NEIL, in "Monte Cristo." «Xhe Dead Heart" XT7VATIC TIIIC-*-Purest and Best Milk, Cream, and Butter lIS —FROM THE — ii| Finest Herd ln the State KLim! QUART, Gets. PINT, 3cts. HALF-PINT, 2cts. i J All Milk Delivered in Sterilized Glass Jars. Both Old £ New 'Phone No. 796. CHATSWORTH DAIRY CO., 211 N. 3d St.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 December 1897
A Royal Stock of Artistic Til 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET. H —Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. Chapped Hands and Lips Made Soft and Smooth g? USING "SOOTHING BALM," FO rty"years. Sour Stomach and All Discomforts After Eating Relieved BY TAKING CQPODQNE LIVER PILLS, EIGHTEEN YEARS ROBINS' PHARMACY. Marshall and Second Streets. RICHMOND, VA. Jf#W opposite• Vitu Hall, Hiehmond, Va,,bntsoon tit move Into Its own arand new bail ding 40x124 feet, far stories, UOO and M* K. It road Street. For thirty years this school has been preparing young people for practical business life. It teaches Single, Double Entry and Joint Stock Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Telegraphy, English, Ac. Send for Catalogue, showing its splendid methods in preparing its students for business, audits success in securing positions for them, a ml for ~%~w~v~^~ S FECIAL ... New-Building Discounts. m The Leading Business College south of the Potomac river.—Philadelphia Stenographer.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 December 1897
IRicbmonb "flews. Mr. S. Laupheimer, of Baltimore, was in the city this week. Miss Estelle Simon is the guest of Miss Hattie V. Sycle, west Grace street. Mrs. Henry Mycr, of Baltimore, formerly of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Stern, west Grace street. Several marriages—exteremely rare events in Jewish circles in Richmond nowadays —are slated for the near future. Mrs. Harry M. Reinhard and son, who have been on a visit of some length to relatives in Baltimore, have returned home. Mr. Leonard Ullman, of Cleveland, 0., was the the guest this week of his sister, Mrs. Henry Wallerstein, 308 south Third street. Mrs. Eli M. Bloomberg, of Philadelphia, who has been visiting her husband's parents in this city for several months, left for home a few days since. The pupils of the Hebrew Sewing School will be given a Channukah entertainment next Tuesday afternoon in the basement of the Beth Ahaba synagogue. Mr. and Mrs. Htrman J. Myers will celebrate their silver-wedding anniversary to-morrow...