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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 17 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. 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. Watch These Prices: Nail Files and Button-Hooks (large size), worth $2.. . 90c. Hat-Brushes, worth $2 $1.48. Manicure vScissors, worth $1.25 75c. Tooth-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, 6*0.9 EAST BROAD STREET. >Phone J4.'i.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 December 1897
SYONOR & HUNDLEY, A Royal Stock of Artistic , FURNITURE. 711 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET. fci —Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. charu.es c. smith, |p m\ urn f»i? $$ ®lf New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. Clay St., Richmond, Va. HARVEY & CO., Florists, SSr'Srffi: No. 5 West Broad Street. Now opposite Clt/i Hall, Hlchmon ', Va., but Moon to mot' ■ into Its own arand new building 40x1114 feet, f.mr stories. »OOand UO2 #<;. Hroad 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, &c. Send for Catalogue, showing its splendid methods in preparing its students for business, audits success in securing positions for them, SPEC IA L ... New-Building Discounts. The Leading Business College south of the Potomac river.—Philadelphia Stenographer.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 December 1897
IRicbmonb IRews- The Misses Raab are visiting Miss Stern in Balti more. The Jefferson Club will have a full-dress ball on De cember 30th. Mrs. B.Jacobs is on a three weeks' visit to rela tives in Raleigh, N. C. Miss Goldsmith, of New York, will visit Mrs. I. Cohen during the next week. Rabbi Calisch opened the proceedings of the State Senate this week with pra3'er. The Thirteen CI iss will entertain the visiting young ladies next Monday night. Mr. Solomon, of Savaninh, is the guest of Mr. Charles E. Straus, 824 west Grace stieet. Miss Edith Rice, of New York, is the guest of Mrs. Joseph L. Levy, 100 east Marshall street. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Hecht, of Baltimore, will be in Richmond Monday for a short visit. There will be a subscription german at the Jeffer son Club, Thursday evening, January 6th. Mrs. Jeanette Gunst, mother of Mrs. M. S. Block and Councilman Marx Gunst, is critically ill. Benjamin and Paradise Lodges, B'ne B'rith, will elect officers Sunday night for the ensuing yea...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 December 1897
"Norfolk flews. Miss Emma Hess won the seventy-five-dollar bi cycle on the closing night of the Catholic Orphans' Fair last week. Miss Dalsimer, of Philadelphia, who was the guest of Mrs. Aaron B Seldner, on Holt street, left for home last Wednesday. The C lannukah entertainment by the children of Beth-El Sunday School took place last Sunday at the synagogue, on Cumberland street. The exercises were very interesting and instructive and were under the supervision of Rev. Dr. Benmosche, rabbi of the congregation. Mrs. Amelia Strauss, who has been quite indis posed, is convalescent. Miss Rae Hirsch, who was the guest of Miss Rosa lie Held while in Richmond, has left for Gordonsville. Mrs. A. T. Hofheimer and daughter, Miss Mabel, are visiting relatives in Washington, D. C. The Sunday-school children of Ohev Sholem tem ple are rehearing for a Channukah entertainment un der the instruction of Mrs. D. E. Levy, to be given on the last day of the festival, December 26th. There are fifty-thr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 December 1897
Vogele, on the contrary, had not saved a rouble. She, too, met her husband on the threshold, but she was as pretty as a peach. A jaunty little red-rib boned cap sat coquettishly on her black, curly head, her neck and arms were covered with gems whose brilliancy rivalled that of her dancing eyes, and a magnificent fur-trimmed jacket set off her well-round ed figure to perfection ; but, prettiest of all her pret tiness was the charming, fascinating smile that wreathed her rosy lips. Bendavid fell in love with his wife anew. He press ed her to his heart, and the question of her saving or spending entered not for a moment into the thoughts that crowded his happy home-coming. He knew full well that she had dressed and decked herself for him. "Infinite are the evil actions of the wicked woman; infinite are the kind actions of the good wonjan ! " he cried, quoting from the Midrash. Mordahil had scarcely glanced at his wife. Veigele sat weeping in the corner. " What are you concocting in th...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 December 1897
the case. "Do not trouble your head about these anathe mas," said her protector; "I will see that no harm befalls you." Her talk with the rabbi set her fears at rest; but since the zadick had declared war, she decided on act ing on the offensive. An occasion soon presented it self; she accepted it with alacrity. The winter had been extreme. Hunger had driven the wolves to the environs of the town. One evening Schamos Makler had been forced to go into the coun try, and the prospect being an intimidating one, he begged the zadick for his protection. "You have your stick," said Lewa Jaffa; "if God wills it, the stick will go off like a gun, and if he should not will it, a pistol itself would miss fire." Clutching to his heart what small comfort these, words conveyed, the peddler set forth. He was near ing the forest, when he saw an immense wolf bound ing toward him. The blood froze in his veins; but self preservation being stronger than fear, he raised his stick to a level, a shot was ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 24 December 1897
As one who has not left the happy recollections of childhood irretrievably behind, we plead on behalf of the Jewish children, that they be not denied the inno cent pleasure of indulging in the delightful myth of Santa Claus. We do not mean to be understood as advocat ing the celebrating of Christmas by adults, but al lowing the children such harmless amusements as will not in the present instance interfere with a pro per observance of the Sabbath will work them no in jury. Judaism is not so flimsily founded that the receipt of a few gifts from a mysterious source, or the burn ing of a little powder, is going to undermine it. The average celebration of Christmas has about as much religion in it as acircus procession. If anything the latter is a little more impressive, displaying, as it often does, some of the wonders of the animal king dom. The environment of our childhood was possibly as orthodox as that of those who interdict the hanging of the stocking at the present day. Never ha...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.—^ l_lv FriPniH frnm InHia Friday and Saturday, dec. aut and ianuary Ist, IViy m.na irom India. ... matinee Saturday. (Origin*, company.) *§«_____ January 3rd, ROLAND REED, in "A Man of Ideas." WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. TU« I Mi: . ■ ~Tl_ I- • uti MAT.NX,.; Thursday. The Lllll p uti a ns . in The Fair at Midgettown. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY—Matinee each day-TrtE VERISCOPE, with Corbctt and Fitzsimmons emmtmm. I*IitI_CIC FlGllT. >wwl a '! Fr,i>ay ' arommmmmwra*! i< DECEMBER 31. IB<*7. _J jj £ RICH/MONO, >- M £ VIRGINIA. 3 j ]~| _.—g- ■ Tewish j MjWWIWIBBWWHWy x c \ J~ volume 8. 2 ""■ ~\\ m~ B^l E NUMBER 25 3 ▼"- * * l--M..-__.-a_l PuUUiUUUIUUiUUUif Purest and Best Milk, Cream, and Butter —FROM THE — Finest Herd in the State QUART, Beta. DINT. acts. HALF-PINT, 2cts. All Milk Delivered in Sterilized Glass Jars. Both Old 0 New 'Phone No. 796. CHATSWORTH DAIRY CO., 211 N. 3d St.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
SYDNOR & gUNDLEY,— — A Royal Stock of Artistic — __^Ris:i A rTTRE. 711 * 713 EAST BROAD STREET. __ p-;-__ as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. CHARGES E. SMITH, New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. Clan St., Richmond, Va. HARVEY 8c CO., Florists, New Phone 914. iu 0 5 \AJest Broad Street. Old 'Phone 352. |lU * v W¥Wi UIV GREENHOUSES—Barton Heights and New Reservoir.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
IRicbmonb IRews. Mr. Louis Stich, of New York, was in the city this week. Mrs. S. A. Straus, with her daughter, is visiting her parents in New York. Mrs. Meyer Syele is visiting her parents in Phila delphia. The Thirteen Class entertained the visiting ladies this week. Messrs. Lee Straus, Lewis Hutzler, and Eugene Pyle were in Richmond this week. The Beth Ahaba Choral Union will have its first rehearsal this evening after services. Mrs. A. L. Straus gave a luncheon on Tuesday last in honor of Miss Rice, of New York. Messrs. Max Heller and Henry Strause spent Christmas with their families in Richmond. The Misses Hirsh entertained last Monday night at their home, No. 824 west Franklin street. Misses Mary and Helen Thalhimer, who are at tending college North, are home for the holidays. Mr. Samuel Syele, Jr , had one of his hands injured last Saturday night by the explosion of a cannon cracker. Miss Marie Gumnert, of Brooklyn, who has been visiting Miss Rosa B. Hexter, leaves for home n...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
had ever drank. Finding it impossible to recollect, they called on the gentleman at whose house they drank the wine, and he kindly informed them that they wanted some line Imported Sauterne, and that Arthur Levy & Co.'s, 112 east Broad street, was the place to get it. ■Rtcbmonb »ahcr_. Orders taken for Fruit Cakk. We also make Aim»i,k and Cinnamon Cofkk Cakk, FRENCH, Ryh, and SHED Bkkao, Fancy Cakhs FOE Entkktain mhnts, fitC, Leave orders and we deliver every day. We give trading stamps. Kass & CoN „, 216 west Broad street Mr. S. Beak- Gunst. Southern representative ot the well known f.ru. of Straus. Gunst & Co, will leave Monday on an extended tour iv the interest ot their celebrated brands of whiskey, Old Henry and Pride ot Virginia. Movfolfc Views- Mr. Isaac Marks, of Charleston, S.C., is in the city visiting his fiancee, Miss Rosa Moritz. The Channukah entertainment given by the Sun day-school children of Oheb Sholem congregation took place last Sunday afternoon at t...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, to have an Operation performed. We hope to see Mr. Miller soon on his way home, restored again to health. Mr. Joseph Brown, the genial drummer, of Balti more, has been in town. . The following gentlemen from other cities visited our Magic City on business last week : Messrs. Opler, J. Landauer, Baltimore; H. C. Strauss, Columbus] Ohio; J. Newman, New York CiLy. Mr. Jacob Frank, of VVvtheville. Va.. paid his brother, Mr. Joseph Frank, a visit. Last Sunday night our Sunday-school gave a Channukah entertainment. A large audience was present. It was a gtneral review of Sunday-school lessons. We have four classes, and from the highest to the lowest all deserve credit. Several addresses were delivered. Mr. Eugene May, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. May, deserves special credit for his well delivered address. Mr. Max Silverstone, former su perintendent of the Sunday-school, but now at Wytheville, was present and gave some wholesome advice to parents who >end their c...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Pubisher, 826 East Main Strekt. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Kntered at the Post Office, Kichmond. Va., as second class matter. A Happy New Year! Don't forget the "8." If the present year has been a bad one be thank ful it was no worse, and hope for better things in'9B. If you have prospered return thanks for what you have received. Another place of amusement destroyed and on Friday night, too. This is the third instance of the kind Within a year, and there is nothing superstitious about the fact that on these three occasions Friday was an unlucky day. Unlike the other two tires this one claimed no Jewish victim. Last Friday night was Chris Unas Eve, and wiLh but few exceptions Lhestoresof the Jewish merchants were in full blast until nearly...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
vicious wife's level, and became a disreputable fellow. Hence, you may see, if you choose, that woman can make of man precisely what she pleases; and should I so wish, I could convert you,most puissant 'crown of the universe,' into my servitor, my bondsman, mv slave." With which words Vogele swept from the room, leaving the zadick and Chassidim confounded and mute with astonishment. Rotibcn, realizing the evil he had brought upon his confreres, and endeavoring to put an end to it. intoned Rabbi Luria's mystical song: "May the children of the palace, who are afraid to gaze at the Seir Auphin (microcosm), ap pear here where the king is present in his image." ********** Shortly after Vogele's first and brilliant triumph, chance led her to a second, still more imposing. It was a stormy spring night. The Jewish quar ter was in flames, and the fire spread with frightful rapidity, for the simple reason that the community was destitute of fire-engines and ladders. Some years before a fire c...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
of absolute opposites. Were Judaism aught but spirit ual, it had not survived the wear and tear of cen turies and the constant attribution of friends and enemies. It is not al .vays easy to distinguish be tween the last two, for its worst enemies are often " wolves in sheep's skins,'' though sometimes uncon sciously. We have no right to question the sincerity of the reconcilers, but it is proper that the skin be stripped off and the wolf be brought to view. It is true that Christianity is the daughter of religion — and that we should be on the best possible terms with Christians. But though we mark the points of contact, the points of difference are too striking to be ignored. That Judaism is elastic is its happiest feature, giving no proper room for anathema or ex communication—but there is a limit beyond which too much stretching must break it. We believe that it i. due to the preaching of the doctrine of " human brotherhood," to the exclusion of the individual and special means b...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 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 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 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'ne b'rith. RIMMON LODGE, No. 68- M. I. Bin swanger, president; Joseph L. Levy, secretary. Meets third Sunday night of each month at Lee Camp H...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 31 December 1897
JABOEB A. wmuub. MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $. Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 East Broad Street. UOl West Main Street. • cnpfiai attention to FINE CATERING Special attention is called to my line of Special aiXCniluri iv r Imported Fancy Boxes STOLLWERCK'S PMOIES. m and o»t of the city. __ SICUST GROCERY CO., 611 and 613 East Marshall Street. sjecialmods FWjHE HOLIDAYS. Cleaneet GnK-ery in tlio Olty.
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 7 January 1898
ACADEMY OF MUSIC. —- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY—Matinee each day—TME VERISCOPE, with Corbett and Fitzsimmons mmmm I 3 r_l_sl_: FLIGHT. », mmm f MARION MANOLA and JOHN MASON, ■ In "OTJKL FRIFvND FRITZ" Friday and Saturday, Jan. 14 and 15, Matinee Saturday, , ( OTIS SKINNER, in "Prince Rudolph." Friday, . ymmmmmmmm^ 5 JANUARY 7, 1898. C_ 3 > _T RICHMOND, i . _~Z VIRGINIA. 3 I |-| ,-g II volu«e». | \r_^olJ_tl__. NUMBER S6- 3 V *"*" " f_________f CHARGES c. smith, yMp<Mr*IaUM_KCF 3_J^S#!fi_tl_)l_ New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. Clay St., Richmond, Va. HARVEY _c CO., Florists, ar-SraJ: No. 5 West Broad Street. QREENHOUSES---Barton Heights and New Reservoir.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 7 January 1898
SYONOR & HUNDLEY,—^ A Royal Stock of Artistic — — £ —— ——*-"; FTTR^I'TtIRK. 711 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET. ______Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. HXLMBORNpPPS FOR RE-ELELTION ... City Sergeant. Subject to Democratic Primary. „ , j t_.„„ A. F. CRAIG, Manager. ___ .. E. BOTTIGHEIMER, Secy and Treas. » N. LEHMAN, Pteßidcnt. ' ** °" The Craig Art Company, (INCORPORATED), , fom —The Art Store of the South. /// Finest collection of PICTURES in Oil Paintings, Water Colors, Engravings, .jjif* MOULIHNGS and PICTURE FRAMES of latest destgns in Gold Leaf, Hard jS J_f / \ W °°% a he d largest assortment of ARTISTIC CHINA. China fired twice a week. r /it ~/ \ PHOTO SUPPLIES and ARTIST MATERIALS. ■ / Ml sl—\ I °™ W quality-prices marked in plain figures W*** J ° n eV o^ a la;es e peo P le are Artists, and will g ladlv you V friekdranfbf^a^rinform «?&?*„TS 'ONLY A_T STORE with which A l^ S IcH^OL'in Water Colors, Pastel, Oil and China Painting attached to y/' ° Ur St °Your pa...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 7 January 1898
IRicbmonb flews. Mr. David Levy, of Durham, N. C. was in the city this week. Councilman Frank Jacobs, of Norfolk, was in Rich mond this week visiting his mother. Messrs. Samuel Newberger and Elias Hanff, of Philadelphia were in the city this week. Miss Sadie Peyser, of Petersburg, returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit in this city. Miss Ida Weinburg, of Petersburg, was the guest this week of her aunt, Mrs. Benno Hutzler. Miss Eiseman, of Baton Rouge, has returned home after an extended visit to relatives in this city. Miss Miriam Rosenheim had a number of her young friends as guests to see the old year out. Mr. and Mrs. L. Demelman, of Boston, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. May, returned home yesterday. It is very important that every member of the Beth Ahaba Choral Union should be present at the rehearsal after services this evening. Invitations have been received in this city to the marriage of Miss Franc Riess, of New York, and Mr. I. Louis Peyser, of Petersburg, on...