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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 & COMPANY, I PROPRIETORS. S | Hanmer's Method of Soliciting Trade for Business Firms.r> f 606 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. r YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL>» 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) anni versary of their marriage, Saturday evening, Decem ber 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 & 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 & 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>x of two dozen. All you have to do is to call up 'phone 800, and when yon get home the beer is there." IRorfolk IRews- Mrs. Isaac...
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 Jew ish South, which in to-day's issue publishes the third and final in stalment.] Part lll—Jesus and Mahomet. IT WAS not the fault of Moses or for lack of warn ing on his part that Israel fell away from the pathe)f rectitude e>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 by a c...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 10 December 1897
dented himself before the people. But a tar greater facte>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. Gre cian mytrmlogy. which gave birth to the art of Phi dias and the poetry of Homer, had degenerated into a series e>f religious rites accompanied by the most pernicious excesses. The sanctity hitherto surround ing their ideal ge>ds had been set aside for the more ex uberant practices e)f levity and abandem. Agnostic ism 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 con dition of ('isintegration among Jews and heathen that gave impetus to tlie newly-born creed of Jesus...
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 res urrected benly. The animate world is denmied te) de struetiem by strange and miraculous methods; hea ven 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>ssession of SO.OOOservantsand seventy two handsome black-eyed girls of paradise. Predes tination to the last degree is an important factor and accounts in large measure for the indifference to dan ger or death in warfare. The practical par...
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 unfortu nate ex-captain. The representatives of the- French government in sist that Dreyfus is guilty beyond a doubt, and while they admit that Count Esterhazy may have com mitted 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 bear ing 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 t...
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>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 fi nally, 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 despe rate. My n...
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 morn ing 1 at 10:30 o'clock, and holidays. 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 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. Bin swanger, president ; Joseph L. Levy, secretary. Meets third Sunday night of each month at Eec ...
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 pre paring young people for practical business life. It teaches Single, Double Entry and Joint Stock Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Shorthand, Type writing, 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 Rich mond, is the guest of Mrs. Stern, west Grace street. Several marriages—exteremely rare events in Jew ish 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 Waller stein, 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 af ternoon in the basement of the Beth Ahaba syna gogue. Mr. and Mrs. Htrman J. Myers will celebrate their silver-wedding anniversary to-m...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 December 1897
These will 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. A. W. HANMER & COMPANY, PROPRIETORS. Hanmerj_Method of Soliciting Trade for Business Firms.* --606 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. YOU ARE INVITED TO CRLLt* At our store and inspect the presents, when we will explain our method, and you will readily see that the ALUMINUM CHECKS
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 December 1897
Mr. Frederick Wertheimer, after an absence of several years, has returned to Norfolk, and will in the future reside here. Mr. A. Brown, aged seventy, died very suddenly last Thursday. The funeral took place from the res idence of his niece, Mrs. L. Shrier.in Ports nouth, and was largely attended. The interment was in Norfolk, Rev. Dr. Eberson officiating. Mr. A. T. Hofheimer has returned from a short trip to Richmond. Mrs. Alexander is in the city, the guest of her father, Mr. Henry Hornthal, Ghent. Mrs. Hirsch and son-in-law, Mr. Florshcim, from New York, who attended the funeral of their relative, Mr. Brown, have returned home. Mr. William Frank tendered a reception to his friends last Thursday night, it being his thirty-fourth natal anniversary. The strangers in the city this week were Messrs. B. E. Cohen, J. Hable A. D. Frank, of Baltimore; S. Marcus, New York; Charles Straus, E. Bloomberg, of Richmond ; M. Holzinger, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertheimer are in the city the g...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 December 1897
would have been murdered, when suddenly the sky is covered with black clouds, gloomy darkness en velopes the horizon, a terrible tempest bursts forth, all the winds are loosened, and mountains of sand engulf men and camels. The thunder roars with fury and lightning, tearing the clouds, throws light only on a scene of desolation. A resounding voice comes from the grave, saying: "Accept, my son, the chalice offered by the Eternal, thy divine Father. The evil is transient, the felicity will last forever. One day you will come back triumphant to this same place. Persevere in the good, my son, and hope." With body bent over the grave, arms spread out, mouth open, and his eyes on fire, the young man lis tened with all the faculties ot his soul. That voice, so dear, he knew so well, but he heard nothing more. Then he prayed in a low voice: "O Thou, who throned in heaven, It is towards Thee that I lift mv eyes. Eike the slave who attei.ds the command of his master, Like the servant who wait...
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conversation. "The judgment of the ruler seems at fault," ob serves the first; " the wisdom of the king hath failed.'' "It is the Divine will, doubtless," replied his com panion, "to reprove the vanity of Solomon, to teach him that his power and wisdom are but thegift of the Most High, or else he could scarcely have erred in so simple a manner." The king, who had overheard the last speech, was highly incensed at their presumption, and commanded his guards to seize them. To their entreaties for mercy he replied, "If thou canst decide this matter, not only will I give thee life and freedom, but a chain of gold and a ring from the treasury of Isreal will I add, and make thee a ruler over thy fellows. If not, by my royal word, thou diest." "I accept the conditions cheerfully," answered the the old man. "My trust is in Him who never failed His servants who sought him in fear .and humility- Call together, O King, thy council, and in an hour I will appear before thee .and make known the gu...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 December 1897
had I married the first black-eyed Jewess whose father would put up with a penniless poet! I might have kept a kitchen with double crockery, and munched Passover cakes at Piaster. Every Friday night I should havecome home from the labors of the week and found the table-cloth shining like my wife's face, and the Sabbath candles burning, and the angels of peace sitting hidden beneath their great invisible wings; and my wife, piously conscious of having thrown the dough on the fire, would have kissed me tenderly, and I should have recited in an ancient melody : ' A virtuous woman, who can find her? Her price is far above rubies!' There would have been little children with great candid eyes, on whose inno cent heads 1 should have laid my hands in blessing, praying that God might make them like Ephriam and Manasseh, Rachel and Leah —persons of dubious ex emplariness; and we should have sat down and eaten Schalet, which is the divinest dish in the world, pend ing the Leviathan that awaits...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 December 1897
THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OP JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL~ Editor and Publisher 826 East Main Strrkt. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising R ate , 50 cents per inch. Resolutions and other Reading- Notices, 10 cents per line. Entered at the I'ost-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. A Merry Channukah ! From the Congregation Anshe Maarabh (Men of the West), Chicago, we have a handsome souvenir volume of its late semi-centennial celebration. The book was prepared by Dr. B. Felsenthaland Herman Eliassof. It is profusely illustrated, containing hand some engraving of officers, old members, and rabbis. In addition to a history of the congregation, there is appended the last will of Dr. Liebman Adler, a most pathetic document, and a semi-centennial ode in classical Hebrew by Mr. Eliassof. One of those comic illustrated papers, which uses every possible occasion to present the Jew in a mean and deg...
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months. The teachers of Richmond who decided to give their services to the city gratuitously for the re mainder of this year deserve the greatest praise. It shows that they instruct for other than mercenary considerations. Such unselfishntss is worthy of com mendation .—Jewish Comment, Baltimore. Zbc TSllcrlo'e 3cleflrar»lMc System. Barely more than forty years have elapsed since America gave to the world the unique invention of telegraphy, and yet to-day, according to the latest figures which can be obtained, the world's telegraphic system embraces in its wide and complicated area not less than 4-,905,823 miles of wire. This enormous aggregate is distributed amongthe great divisions of the earth as follows: Europe, 1,7(H,71>0 miles; Asia, 310,685 miles; Africa, 99,419 miles; Australia, 21 7,479 miles, and Americ i 2.T>l(>, -fi+K miles. From these figures it appears that more than fifty per cent, of the world's mileage of telegraph wire is on this side of the Atlantic, but ...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 December 1897
DIRECTORY OF JEWISH INSTITUTIONS OF RICHMOND. * SVNAC.OGUKS. 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 holidays. Sunday-school 10 A. M., and Bible- Class lltlS'A. M. Sunday. KENESETH ISRAEL, Mayo street be tween Broad and Ross Rev. E. Phil lips, rabbi; H. Fisher, president; J William Perlstein, secretary. Ser vices Friday Evening, Sabbath Morn ing, and holidays. SIR Ml )SES MONTEFIORE, Mayo sti eet near Franklin Rev. Newell, rabbi; K. 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. h'nk u'kith. RIMMON LODGE, No. 68 M. I. Hin swanger, president; Joseph E. Levy, secretary. Meets third Sunday night of each month at E...