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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 January 1898
SYDNOR &amp; HUNDLEY, A Royal Stock of Artistic ; FURNITURE. 711 4 713 EAST BROAD STREET. _i Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. I CLAIBORNE EPPS For Re-Election Subject to Democratic Primary. ... City Sergeant. Subject to Democratic Primary.
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IRicbmonb flews* Governor Tyler ha * appoinced Mr. Isaac Held a notary public. Miss Friedman, of New York, is the guest of Miss Irma Rosenbaum. Dr. S. Galeski and Mr. F. S. Myers were north this week on business. Mr. Berthold V. Goodman is absent from the city on an extended business trip. Miss Hattie Syele gave a souvenir tea ou Monday afternoon to a few of her friends. Mrs. S. J. Binswanger is expected home from Seneca, Kan., the end of the week. Mr. M. Rubin, of Philadelphia, was the guest this week of his sister, Mrs. I. Lovenstein. Mr. B.Jacobs, formerly of this city, is now engaged in business in Wheeling, W. Va. Miss Essie Strause gave an afternoon tea on Tuesday in honor of the visiting ladies. Miss Ophelia Lewit left on Sunday last for Baltimore to visit her sister, Mrs. S. Weinberg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gans and Miss Jennie Bear are visiting in Baltimore and Washington. Mrs. I. Cohen entertained a number of her friends on Sunday night in honor of her guest, Miss Goldsmith. M...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 January 1898
Sunday was both interesting and lengthy, lasting from 10:30 A.M. to 2 P.M. The entire constitution, by-laws, and rules were revised. The greatest change was with relation to &lt; the board. It was decided that five members of that body shall retire each year, and that members shall not be eligible to succeed themselves. The law was &lt; so amended that in future the secretary, financial secretary, treasurer, and librarian shall not be exofficio members of the board. It was decided that the ball room shall be rented foronlv such affairs as the participants in which would be entitled to attend club entertainments. The new board met for organization last Tuesday night and determined to use every effort towards popularizing the club with the ladies. 38urstnfl=»&lt;5rounb JBoarb. The annual meeting of the Hebrew Cemetery Board of Managers was held last Sunday morning in the basement of the Beth Ahaba synagogue. Eight of the nine members were present, and considera...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 January 1898
IRorfolk Bews, The marriage of Miss Rosa Moritz, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moritz, of this city, to Mr. Isaac Marks, of Charleston, S. C, was solemnized last Tuesday evening at the Ohev Sholem tenple by Rev. Dr. Eberson. The reception and banquet followed at Montefiore Hall. The bride, who is very stylish, looked queenly in her wedding-gown, which was ivory-white satin duchesse en train, with very elegant wide point D'Alencon duchesse lace. Her bouquet was lilies of the valley. The maid of honor was Miss Jennye Moritz, the beautiful sister of the bride, who wore pale-blue velvet, dotted chiffon gauze over light blue satin. The best man was Mr. Mord Marks, of* Charleston, S. C, brother of the groom. Thetemple and hall were handsomely decorated for the occasion. The ceremony was performed under a floral canopy. The ushers were Messrs. Mord and Pool Marks, Arthur Israel, Charleston, S. C; Jacob Moritz, Asbury Park, N. J.fi. E. Cohen, Baltimore; Mannie Stern, Newark, N. J.; ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 January 1898
THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Publisher, 826 EAST MAIN STREET. 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. Entered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. THE EVENTS in Paris during the past week demonstrate irrefutably how insecure is the foothold of the Jew in any country. It h id been claimed for some time past that the Freiuh government, since the day of the First Napobon, had been particularly friendly towards the Jew, and La Belle France was regarded as his European Zion. But all this is changed. The excitement incident to the Dreyfus case has developed into anti-Semitism, and Within the last few days bands of men have openly paraded the streets of Paris with banners bearing the inscription "Death to the Jews," anefno one interfered with them. In the various cit...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 January 1898
that they are at least in possession of all the facts, and should the heavy losses continue those in charge will devise some relief. There is mutual confidence and no distrust. It must be borne in mind that forty-two deaths was an abnormally heavy rate for the year, and it it seems hardly probable that it will ever be as great again. "Roanohe. Da. The following gentlemen registered last week at Hotel Roanoke: H. H. Dreifoos, Samuel Franklin, C. Marx, N. C. Lipprius, S. H. Loeb, E. S. Mayer, New York city; E. B. Ullman, Cincinnati, and Mr. H. Junker, of Philadelphia. The following gentlemen have been stopping at the Ponce de Leon : B. Moses, Max Levin, L. Danzig, Louis Levy, Samuel Bendheim, New York; Samuel E. Reinhard, L. Apple, Louis Stern, S. S. Block, J. Steiner, Baltimore, Md.; B. J. Lowenberg, Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Fannie May, wife of Mr. G. May, of this city, celebrated her sixtieth birthday last Sunday. Many handsome presents, showing respect to mother and grandmother, were tend...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 January 1898
MJUKMS A,' IIOBHIB, MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $ Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 East Broad Street. 1101 West Main Street. special attention is called to my Hue of Special attention to FINE CATERING Imported Fancy Boxes STOLLWERCK'S CANDIES. in and Out of the city- JEWISH INSTIi'JTIONS 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; William Perlstein, secretary. Services Friday Evenings Sabbath Morning, and holidays. * SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE, Mayo street near Franklin—Rev. Newell, rabbi; A.. Gellman, president; H. Rosenberg, secretary. Services Friday Eveningat 6 o'clock, Sabbath Morning at 8 , o'clock, and holidays. BETH SHALOM, Jo...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
ACADEMY OF iHUSIC Friday arid Saturday, Jan. XS and .?.'&gt;, Matinee Saturday, .-&gt;v%. Tlie Hermann Tire Great Company. Monday and Tuesday, Matinee Tuesday, January itl-Febrimry Ist, COSGROVE &amp; GRANT'S Comedians, in "The Dazzler." Wediiesady. February *i. Matinee and Niylit, "Gayest Manhattan," The Gayest of Burlesques. ■J JANUARY 38,,1898. £ __• \\ . RICHMOND, l| » jk « V VIRGINIA. 3 j • ' ; MWWWHIWBWBWK _ _—A I VOLUME 9. 3 X _~~—- ~1 T l| »E NUMBER 3 3' V _._-_• CHARGES E. SMITH, $ _D^^BX)^iiiX)^ New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. Clay St., Richmond, Va. HARVEY &amp; CO., Florists, o,d w pL h n°e nc 3 9 52: No. 5 West Broad Street. GREENHOUSES—Barton Heights and New Reservoir.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
SYDNOR &amp; HUNDLEY, A Royal Stock of Artistic — FURNITURE. Til 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET. V ■i Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. H. CLAIBORNE EPPS Fok Rk-Ei.kction ... City Sergeant. Subject to Democratic Primary. JOHN S. HARWOOD, FoR ]vj___yoi_. Subject to Democratic Primary.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
IRtcbmonb IReweMr. R. Rothschild is in New York on business. Messrs. I. Cohen and I. Thalhimer were North this week. , Mrs. K. Fisher and son left last Monday night for New York. Mrs. I. Lichtenstein, with her son, is visiting relatives in New York. Mrs. H. H. Levy entertained a number of visiting young ladies yesterday afternoon. Mr. L. S. Strauss, of Charleston, W. Va., was in the city this week visiting relatives. Miss Jeannette Eichel, of Evansville, Ind., is visiting Miss Beulah Eichel, of Brook road. Miss Helen Arnold, of Terre Haute, Ind., is visiting her uncle, Mr. M. Arnold, 201 east Clay street. The Sir Moses Montefiore Congregati &gt;n will give a masquerade ball at Sanger Hall, on Purim night, March Bth. Miss Minnie Binswanger, of Baltimore, one of this season's debutantes, is the guest of Miss Rosenbaum, 607 east Grace street. Mr. Barney Wertheim, formerly of this city, now of Jersey City, N. J., spent last Sunday in Richmond with his friend, Mr. Theodore Nelson...
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of Music. The guests were Mrs. Selling, of New York; Mrs. Bertha Hornthal, of Baltimore; Mrs. Henlein, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Samuel Haas, of Baltimore; Mrs. Moses Stern, Norfolk; Mrs.H. L.Lowenberg, Ghent; Misses Cora Oettinger, of Cleveland, Ohio; Edna Arnold, of Atlanta, Ga.; Bertha Stern, Baltimore; fennye Moritz, Norfolk. Mrs. Louis Hornthal, as usual, looked after the pleasure of her guests, and all united in saying they spent a most delightful afternoon. Mr. Jesse Brown, of New York, visited the family of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Margolius, on Freemason street, last week. Miss Edith Rice, of New York, who is visiting relatives in Richmond, will spend some time in Norfolk, accompanied by her cousin, Miss Levy, of Richmond, and will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Campe, east Main street. Mr. Jacob Phiefer, who has been seriously ill with typhoid fiver, is convalescing. Mr. Emanuel Stern, of Newark, N. J., who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. Moritz, has left for home. The strange...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
Mr. H. Silverman, of Baltimore, Md., spent a few days here with his brother, Mr. S ; mon Silverman, and family. Mr. Silverman has many warm friends in this city, who hope to see him soon again. Among the visitors in Roanoke this week were J. A. Dornberger, Richmond; A. M. Cohen, I). Rosenauer, E. Hechheimer, Baltimore; R. Baum, Herman Myers, H. M. Solomon. Greater New York. Cbevra politics. By Louis H. Levin. ONE Thursday forenoon, while Mrs. Edelstein was busilly rolling dough, which was shortly to be transformed into noodles, she was startled by the vigorous ringing of the front-door bell. "A visitor at this timeof the day !" she exclaimed. "I wonder who. it can be. See who that is, Sammy," she called to a boy of five, who was playing in the yard. "If it's potatoes, I don't want any. If it's somebody who wants to see me, take him into the &lt;. She listened attentively, rolling pin in hand, as the boy opened the door, and became indignant when she heard some one greet him ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Publisher, 826 EAST MAIN STREET. 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. Entered at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. AFTER THE lapse of an even half century is history destined to repeat itself? Is this goodly year of '98 to be a counterpart of '48, when nearly all the nations of the earth were engaged in, preparing for, or emerging from war? Despite the fact that the twelvemonth has barely commenced, international affairs are already sadly unsettled. Away over in the East England, Russia, Germany, and Japan are preparing to smash China. France is in a state of turmoil over the Dreyfus matter. Over in Cuba the semi-weekly annihilation of the entire insurgent force is progressing smoothly, and our Uncle Samuel, nauseated by his grea...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
phans' Ftome, at Attanta, Ga., is to hand. There are now sixty inmates of the institution, and the total expenditure for the three months ending December 81, 1897, was $3,123.93, or about $17 per month for each child. This is a reduction of about $3 per month per capita over the preceding quarter, which speaks well for the economy of those in charge. The Syracuse Hebrew Globe appeared last week in a new dress. The garment fits to aT. "Wflbo DID Cain flSarrß? The question, " Where did Cain get his wife?" pronounced with an air of superior mental acumen, and a smirk of triumph, will always be a stock phrase with the skeptic. But nothing could show more plainly the superficial treatment which such bestow upon all Biblical questions. They present the matter in this light: Adam was the first man, according to the Bible, and Cain the second, and with only two men in the world, and one woman, and she Adam's, where did Cain get his wife? and now what becomes of our Bible record? They de&...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 January 1898
J_J__S _. UI-KKJI-t, MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams a£ d Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 025 East Broad Street, 1101 West Main Street ______ Special attention is called to my line of Special attention tO FINE CATERING imported Fsncv Bqxbs STOLLWERCKS CANDIES. * n Bna out ot tne %* y- JEWISH INSTITUTIONS OF RICHMOND. ' SYNAGOGUES. BETH AHABA, Eleventh street near Marshall Key. E- N. Calisch, rabbij 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; William Perlstein, secretary. Services Friday Evening, Sabbath Morning, and holidays. SIR MOSES MOXTFFIORE, 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 SHAL...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 4 February 1898
JM jar "W'V MJY 1- M - &lt;«_ -.. . - —. JVIME. MODJESKA «jgR JOSEPH HAWORTH. Thursday and Friday, Matinee Friday, LINCOLN J. CARTER^"" "HEART OF CHICAGO." Saturday, February 12th, Matinee and Mf/hf, Hoyf S «A MILK-WHITE FLAG." New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. g a y St., Richmond, Va. HARVEY &amp; CO., Fiorists^ New' Phone 94. - ... '_. . _ old Phone 352. No. 5 West Broad Street &amp;REENHOUSES-Barton Heights and New Reservoir.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 4 February 1898
SydNor &amp; H UN *&gt; LEY ' — -to - A Boyal Stock of Artistic — FURNITURE. 711 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET. as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. HlliNEEPPi 3^^^^. For rk-Ewction * Subject to Democratic Primary. ... City Sergeant. Subject to Democratic Primary. / :; TV _______———
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 4 February 1898
Volume IX—Number 4. RICHMOND, VA., FEBRUARY 4, 1898. Whole Number 210. s — IRicbmonb Mews, Governor Tyler has appointed Mr. Lee Reinheimer a notary public. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hutzler have returned from their bridal tour. Mrs. David Hirsh, of Fredericksburg, is the guest of Mrs. I. Cohen. Mr. Gabriel Schlachter is quite sick at the residence Of $lr. Labenberg. Mrs. Motz Prag, of Baltimore, is visiting her mother, Mrs. I. M. Rosenbaum, 607 east Grace street. The late charity ball netted $1,400, which will be turned over to the Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Association. Mr. Felix Hessberg nas'left, for Boston, Mass., where he will engage in the wholesale shoe business oh his own account. ( About fifty or sixty friends of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac , Held took then? by surprise last Sunday night upon ' "the occasion of 'twentieth Anniversary of 1 tHajHage;; ;v ' ;":j •" l .. . The new board of the Jefferson Club is makinggood its determination to popularize the "Ladies' Evenings," for the musicale ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 4 February 1898
4 The marriage ceremony was reenacted, Rabbi CaHsch conducting it, the twenty-three grandchildren of the couple strewing flowers before them. On the next evening, January 27th, Rabbi Calisch delivered a public address on the "Possibilities of the Jews." Gbetr protest Bnewcrco. Mr. Isaac Held, secretary of Paradise Lodge, B'ne B'rith, of this city, has receiyed from Mr. Joseph Salobes, secretary of the grand lodge of this district, an answer to the protes i of the subordinate lodge against the secretive course pursued, of which mention was made last week. In his reply the grand secretary states that the report of the sinking fund commissioners is in the hands of the printer, and copies thereof will beforwarded to the various lodges in a few days,and that henceforth monthly and quarterly reports will be issued, as was f. : -'•• l one. theatrical Wotea. T /it at the Academy of Music Mmc ModL i nous tragedienne, and Mr. Joseph Ha-ll-known leading man, will present juiiMiaiiii's great dr...
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ladies playing the game of twenty-one. Mrs. Jacob Hecht won the first prize and Mrs. David Lowenberg carried off the honors in the booby line. Mrs. Aaron Heller, and two children, of Chippewa Falls, Mich., are the guests of their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Hofheimer, Holt street. Mrs. Charles Friedlander and little son have left for Washington, D. C, to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nusbaum, of Baltimore, and Mr. Benjamin Nusbaum, of Kansas, who visited their father, Mr. Susm m L. Nusbaum on Chapel street, left for Baltimore, via Washington, accompanied by their sister, Miss Belle Nusbaum, of this city, last Sunday night. At the third recital for the session of 1897-98 at Norfolk College for young ladies, by the pupils of the music department, Miss Mamie Hoflin played in a duo for two pianos with Prof. Koerner "Fantasie Faust," and so delighted the large audience as to receive encore after encore. The duo was the feature of the evening. Miss Hoflin displays unusual talent for...