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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

when human achievement will make more sacred human life, then will the true civilization be accomplis_ed, then will there be over all the earth, the " wisdom that is the fear of God, and the understanding that departeth from evil " i And may it come soon, in our days. Amen. FROM THE 'BURG. What Our Friends on the Rappahannock are ' Doing. Fredericksburg, Va., October 26th, 1893. Editor Jewish South': Your little paper has been received here, and read with a good deal of pleasure. It supplies a want, long felt by the Israelites of this State, and our wish is that it may grow to large size and prosperity. I have been thinking that a few items from this old city, would not be uninteresting to many of your readers. While our Jewish community is not very large, neverthless it is a very interesting one, consisting of about forty souls, and all are i in a prosperous condition. We have an organized Sunday School which is flourishing, and we are very.proud of it. Mr. Henry Milhauser is the s...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THP JUDAISM PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Prop. 722 East Main Street. Subscription, One DoTlar per annum. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Entered at the Post Office, Richmond, Va as second ciasa mail matter. A PRACTICAL AGE. In no way perhaps is the progress of the present day mora apparent than in the utter disappearanc of belief in jodgmento and miracles. A careful listener and thinker would have observed this last Saturday during the delivery of Rabbi Calisch's sermon on " True Civilisation." , Alluding to the parlor-car as the acme of human invention, he made reference to the numerous accidents. In doing so the pieacher did not hold them np as examples of people on pleasure bent swept into eternity by the band of Providence without a moment's warning. On the contrary, he held it was due to the criminal greed oi monopolistic corporations in attempting to do the business of two tracks on one, a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

Arthur L. Pleasant*. TELEPHONE 114. Chaa. 8. Crenshaw PLEASANTS & CRENSHAW, (Sncceaaora to GEO. D. PLEASANTS & SON.) FIRE - INSURANCE, 1104.1/2 _»___i_* _*tje_e>_c_\ « RICHMOND, VA. I ■ J. fl. Chataigne, DfareotMy • PmMisliev. 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. JSrl. COWARDIN, M. 8., E). E>. 8. • D e Ntist, • A. R. BOWLES, M. D., D. D. S., Assistant. Office, 407 E. Main St., RICHMOND.VA. !_✓. "WT__*__yi\ Lad lea' Hair Dresaer. Cutting, Curling & Shampooing. . 319 E. BROAD ST. ROTHERT & CO., — DEALERS IN — Furniture - Carpets, - Stoves. Refrigerators and Baby Carriages, 505 E. BROAD ST., RICHMOND. - • VIRGINIA. ■"■■■ — .—■■-———■■■———■———■—■————■^__________. Your Rubber Stamps and Brands. Southern ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

MARRIAGE IN NORFOLK. Mr. Lowenberg and Miss Hamburger Now Husband and Wife. Norfolk, Va., Oct. 26th, 1893. On Wednesday evening at six o'clock, one of the most brilliant weddings, if not the most brilliant, of any that has occnred in Jewish circles for yean, was consummated at the Oheb Sholem Temple, the Rev. Dr. Eberson officiating. The contracting parties were Mr. Bernard Lowenberg and Miss Amanda Hamburger, both of this city. The temple was filled to overflowing with friends and acquaintances of the bride and groom. The altar was tastefully decorated with potted plants. Over the centre of the altar hung suspended from an arch of roses and evergreens, a beantifnl lovers' knot of choice white flowers. The ushers were Messrs. P. Hoffheimer, J. Lowenberg, M. Seldner, Leopold Stern, Joseph B. Heeht, Joseph Heeht, and Willie Hamburger, of this city; and Messrs. S. Heilmann and A. Roeenau of Baltimore, and D. L. Solomon of Roanoke. Mr. Joseph Hamburger acted as best man and Miss Jennie ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

MORE ABOUT BUDDHISM. A Correspondent Explains Its Good PointsEditor Jewish South : With your permission I would like to correct what is, in my humble opinion, an incorrect answer or reply to your correspondent's questions as to the cause of Mr. Strauss defection from Jndaism to Buddhism. You state in substance: 1. That Buddhism is the religion of negation; that it teaches that the greatest boon that could be bestowed would be not to have been born ; that life is a curse instead of a blessing ; that the most desirable thing is annihilation 2. That you believe Mr. Strauss action was to obtain notoriety Replying to the first charge, and passing over the question as to whether Buddhism ought not to be classed as a philosophy instead of a religion, I cannot see how the teachings of Buddhism can be made to favor negation and annihilation. Buddhism teaches that the soul of every human being is an emanation of the infinate mind, and the end sought for is rereunion or oneness with God ;or it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 27 October 1893

DCmnr 1 " InT - ,ti *- te - ut * lefor y otlraelf - Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." DLrUKC 2 - Send to uo for rat * s and examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken oat at Your Age. * 3 ' Get the Bame information from other Companies for comparison. lilOUnillU • Then select the Company yon believe will do the best FOR YOU. TOUR • JOl__* B- CARY A SON, ■ .£- * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Llrt Northwestern Mutual lAfe Insurance Company. 1 201 Main Street, Corner 12th, - ■ - RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. mmm " "■""™' ass — seeem SB__———————__■_____■___.■______■ ESTABLISHED 1865. • European Store • 500 and 503 E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 B. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars. ™"i%?u,Ao. ~ RICHMOND, fIL J2NTO. _BO^V*T_EDI*^, No. 7 Governor Bt., - RICHMOND.VA. Latrobe Stoves, Oas Fixtures. Wolff Gas Radiators, House-furnishing Goods. J. E. ROSE <&a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

RIGHMQND NEWS. Accident to Dr. Ernest Levy. Dr. Ernest C. Levy of this city met with an accident at Watkins Glen New York, on Thursday, the 26 ultimo. He was riding on a bicycle, which fell with him, breaking one of his legs. Dr. Levy had been at Watirins several months, and would have returned home shortly but for his misfortune. The Bible Class was reorganized last Sunday by Rabbi Calisch. An invitation is extended all to join and participate in its exercises. It meets Sunday mornings at 11:30 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Binswanger have returned to the city. Messrs. Jacob Lewitt, Ellis and Philip Bottigheimer, are back from a visit to the World's Fair. The Country Club has ceased all activity for the time being. A movement is under way for the formation of a foot-ball team. Should it materialize it is to be hoped that all the kicking will be in the proper direction. In the course of a conversation on religion several nights ago, participated in among others by three Richmond polic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

COURTESY. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH Ye are standing this day before the Eternal, your God, all of yon, the heads of your tribes, your elders and your officers, every man in Israel, your children, your wives, and the stranger, who is within your camp, even unto the hewer of wood and the drawer of water. — Deuteronomy xxix-9-10. The most casual and unobservant reader cannot help but remark here the care, with which the lawgiver proceeds to enumerate every one of tbe household of Israel. He knows that his work is ended, his minion fulfilled, and the sun of his life about to disappear behind the summit of Nebo. He brings the people together to receive again the charge from on high, to make another convenant with the Eternal, their God. He emphasizes to them the solemn importance of the hour and the event. They are standing in the presence of God. Yet with no less emphasis does he point out the fact that all of the people, from highest unto lowest, from greatest unto smallest, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

motion, when a loving attention or delicate courtesy is given by husband or brother. And the most precious fragrance in the atmosphere of home is mh-sing, when courtesy is forgotten and neglected. The great law-giver saw fit to give up one t tenth of the divine code unto the enjoining of i filial courtesy. AmoDg the very pilliars on which rest the moral structures of humanity, is to be found one, admonishing respect and honor from children for parents. Yet how are they to learn it? Shall the child be trained in the school of hypocrisy which has already taught it that there is such a thing as "company manners." Shall it leain that there is one conduct for the home and another outside of it ? It will model its own conduct and build its own home in the years to come, from the material which is given to it. The child will honor the parents only as the parents honor each other. We are all of us standing in the presence ol God, and the Kye, that never drops its lid, gazes upon our actions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 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. FOR SHAME! "About six hundred admirers of the manly art of self-defence, and two young women, presumably Jewesses, who hid themselves behind a screen in the gallery so as not to be seen, witnessed one of the beat exhibitions of amateur boxing iv the concert-hall of Harris's Academy of Music, Tuesday night, ever given in this city. The affair was under the auspices of the Baltimore Outing Club, and included among the entries a professional prizefighter entered as an amateur. The ring was pitched in the middle of the hall and could be plainly seen from every seat in the house. The majesty of the law was upheld by Captain Sennitz and a squad of blneonate." This is an account in ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

Roses and Other Cut Flowers, Floral Designs for all Uses From 50c. to $50.00. DECORATIVE PUNTS, &c. Order hy Mail, Wire or 'Phone. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. M. R.CATLIN& CO, 901 E. Main Street. THE PROGRESSIVE .. EfIDOWjIEHT Guild of America. A NATIONAL Co-operative Organization Appreciated and Endorsed by Leading Professional and Business Men Everywhere. Ii NEED W DIE TO WIS Benefits from $500 to $5,000 in Ten Years, or Previous in Case of Death. $2.50 to $25 per week in Timq of Sickness. Beneficial, Reliable, Business-Like. For particulars, address S. GALESKI, Supreme Secretary, RICHMOND, VA. REDUCTION IN SHOE REPAIRING. I have connected with my SHOE AND TRUNK BUSINESS a REPAIRING DEPARTMENT, having employed a competent Shoemaker to do all kinds of repairing on Boots and Shoes, at short notice, as I use none but the Best Quality of Leather, all work Warranted. Give you a few prices: Men's Shoes, Half Soled and Heeled, Nailed, - - - 75 Men's Shoes, Half Soled...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

The Minister at Funerals. That an opportunity of the most solemn and sublime possibilities may beperverted into A mere meaningless, if not worse, conventionality, ia strikingly, illustrated by the pert assigned to the rabbi at funerals. It may be said without fear of contradiction that these sorrowful occasions are the only hours when most of onr co religionists remember that there is some need for a minister. Men who in life ostentatiously declined to fellowship with the synagogue are as anxious when sorrow beclouds their homes to have the sendees of the synagogue's officers as are its most loyal supporters. Why ? The legitimate function ofthe rabbi in the last sad rites is apparently bnt little understood. It cannot be repeated too often that the rabbi ia not an ecclesiastic. According to the best Jewish thought there is no rite which he alone may perform or which if performed by another Jew will not be as religiously valid. To bury the dead, attend the funeral are HYIVD "Mitewoth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

RUSSIAN JEWRY. I What the Russia- Jew is in the home he is in the sanctuary also —a child of nature. Six days a week he may be a son of tbe world, ready to do battle for daily bread with whatsoever weapon comes easiest to hand ; a sharp trader, —in a word, a Jew as the average ian knows the name. But on the eve of the seventh he puts this off aa completely as the serpent casts his skin, and goes out to greet the Sabbath as a simple son of Israel, a Jew aa the Jew reads that title. To say that he is a hypocrite ia to know him on the outside only, or to limit the idea of his hypocrisy to hia dealings with his fellow-man. In his dealings with his God the unlettered Jew of Poland and the Pale ia not a hypocrite, but a fanatic. The reasons are two which are assigned by Russian Anti-Semites for saying tbat the religious character of the Russian Jew ia bad. One ia that he tries to hoodwink hia God ; the other tbat he endeavors to deceive hia sovereign. His religion ia only a number of exte...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 3 November 1893

nrrnnr l * I nTM tf«J ateal ' tt * eforTOurselir - Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." DLrUKE 2 - Send to us for rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well _■ _i wiia. known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INCIIRINP * 3 ' Get the aamc information from other Companies for comparison. IHoUninU • 4. Then select the Company yon believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOrfN B- CARY A SON, . , __ * , General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina IIFE Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. 1201 Main Street. Corner I2th, - - - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. ESTABLISHED 1865. __-KR]_L__lflf BCIUUDV, • European Store • $00 and 502 B. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: B*2 B. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars* "T RICHMOND.VA. JIVO. BO^V\T_EoP*^, No. 7 Governor 81., - RICHMOND.VA. . Latrobe Stoves, Gas Fixtures, Wolff _as Radiators, House-furniahing Goods. J. E. ROSE & CO., $toVeg, Tin _va_ c, (J. ock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

RICHMOND NEWS. i Mr. Henry S. Hntzler leaves Saturday even- f ing for Savannah, Ga. , Mr. Charles A. Labenberg is taking a course , at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, thi? < city. ( Rabbi E. N. Calisch will begin a series of > out of town lectures week after next. Washing- ■ ton will be the first point, Wilkes-Barre, Pa , and Baltimore are also on the list, besides several other cities. The engagement is announced of Mr. Aaron Greenwald a well-known young West-End druggist, and Miss Tillie Whitlock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Whitlock. Marriage in Petersburg. Miss Celia Cohen, of Petersburg and Mr. ' Emanuel Levy, of Albany, N. T., were married ' Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock in the former ' city. The ceremony took place at the synagogue, the Rev. Horwitz officiating. Afterwards there was a reception at Library Hall, at which ' numerous Mends of tbe young couple wished them all kinds of good luck. NORFOLK. A Beautiful Home Wedding. • On Wednesday afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

THE CLOSE OF THE WORLD'S I FAIR. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH 1 ? e ." e _ , __ *__?*" b* l to the Eternal, our trod but the things revealed unto us and our children forever, to do all the words of this land. Deuteronomy xxix-28. On Monday last; the 30th of October, by limitation of the Congressional act, which created it, the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893 came to a close. It had been intended to make its final hours, like the death-song of the swan, the supreme climax of its life, that it should expire in a blase of beauty, more glorious than all the months of its existence But the untoward event of the assassination of Mayor Harrison, who had been so prominently indentified with the Exposition, changed the triumph into mourning, and the expiration of the World's Fair was marked only by the hauling down of the flags on the various buildings and the firing of the national salute at sunset So much bas been said already, both privately and publicly about the grandeur and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

of universal humankind, all struggling with the same problems, seeking answers to the same questions, and striving upward to the same All-Father, though it be by devious ways and differing paths. Let this be one of the first lessons beet learned at this world-wide university that has just ended ita session. Let men understand, that even to the highest intellect there are still some things hidden and withheld, that barbarism has some suggestion even to civilization, in that the lowliest savage has in these things the same knowledge as the wisest sage of our schools. That knowledge is spoken in the language of hope. That language may have the sweetness and musical intonation of centuries of cultivation, it may have the strident and raucous utterance of untutored wildness, yet it speaks in both instances no less clearly of the hope, and hope only, in the things to us still unrevealed, and the mysteries that lie hidden in the lap of the unknowable. But the duty is no less plain to us al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL Eiitor M Prop, 722 Eabt Maix 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. Why Not Organize ? In ita last issue the Syracuse (N. V.) Jewish News again advocates the formation of a Press organization, to be composed of editors and other writers of our faith. While a journalistic infant like The Jewish South —still in ita editorial swaddling-clothes Be to speak—is not supposed to have any opinions of its own, we would say from a mere casual glance, that the idea appears to us to be an excellent one. It might do much good, and could certainly accomplish no harm. Daring our brief editorial career we have been more than once impressed (unfavorably we might say) by the numerous petty bickerings and bitter personalities in which some of our contemporaries enga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

Roses and Other Cut Flowers, Floral Designs for all Uses From 50c. to $50.00. DECORATIVE PUNTS, &c. Order by Mail, Wire or 'Phone. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. M. R. CATLIN & CO., 901 E. Main Street. Sweet Peas and Cosmos seed free to customers. THE PROGRESSIVE .. EHDOWMEHT Guild of America. A NATIONAL Co-operative Organization Appreciated and Endorsed by Leading Professional and Business Men Everywhere. 1011 NEED M PIE 10 WIN Benefits from $500 to $5,000 in Ten Years, or Previous in Case of Death. $2.50 to $25 per week in Time of Sickness. Beneficial, Business-Lite. For particulars, address S. GALESKI, Supreme Secretary, RICHMOND, VA. REDUCTION IN SHOE REPAIRING. I have connected with my SHOE AND TRUNK BUSINESS a REPAIRING DEPARTMENT, having employed a competent Shoemaker to do all kinds of repairing on Boots and Shoes, at short notice, as I use none but the Best Quality of Leather, all work Warranted. Give you a few prices: Men's Shoes, Half Soled and Heeled, N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

They Excel in a Great Many High Arts. Is there a Jewish national spirit? Is there I anything peculiar, psychologically and physiologically, in the Semitic race, which gives it a decided advantage over the Aryan? For fiftean years these problems have excited my curiosity' As a subject of comparative national psychology it has ita interest Here are some of that data I have collected. The Jews of old were remarkable as the Greeks and Romans. The Bible is an evidence of this. Genesis is a piece of poetry as weighty as Homer. Isaiah is as original as Pindar. The Hebrew spirit is as intense as the Greek, though lass apt to enlarge in breadth. However. I will not talk about the "Lion ofthe tribe of Judah," bnt of the Jew of the Talmud and as found in the Ghetto. It has been cnexged against the Jews that they are Orientals. But, how is it that they have so thoroughly acquired the spirit of the Occident, that everywhere they .dispute every inch of ground with the Aryans? This is certainly a ...

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