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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 11 February 1898
6 A JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Publtiher, 826 East Main Street. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Sing-le Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Knteretl at the I'ost-Office, Richmond, Va., as secoml class matter. Prom present indications the efforts of M. Zola bid fair to be of little help to Captain Dreyfus's case. The novelist is now on trial in Paris for making charges affecting the honor of the army, and those by whom he expected to prove his statement, that Jester hazy committed the crime for which Dreyfus was con victed, refuse to testify, it is more than probable that he wifl be convicted by a partisan tribunal of pub lishing accusations that he cannot substantiate. Though having no exalted opinion of justice as dispensed by the courts of this country, still we are glad to know that such a farcical and partial pro ceeding would n...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 11 February 1898
Por The Jbwish Sooth. Timber ever "ronton Exists Gbcrc is Strcnfltb. History's pages are full of examples that no nation or people can obtain justice unless all unite in the same cause. The Jews have for ages past been the scapegoat for all nations, because they were defence less and not united; nor were the other nations ever called to account. For centuries the Jew was the ball that every Christian power could kick. Any bigoted priest, any stupid peasant, any impecunious robber baron, any covetous king, could stir up the most brutal instinct of a brutalized crowd. The edict of a medieval Haman sufficed to drive the Jew from his home at short notice. Let us turn to the pages of Spain's history; let us read the treatment of Israel and see with how much innocent blood every inch of " her soil was saturated, because the Jews did not ac cept the Christian religion of love, in which they saw only hatred, injustice and bigotry ! In the twelfrh century the Jews in Turkey were united and e...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 11 February 1898
8 The Easy-Running "HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE. The most modern Sewing' Machine of the age, embracing all the latest improve ments. Unequaled for DURABILITY, RANGE OF WORK, and SIMPLICITY. Old Sewing Machines taken in ex change. Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. Correspondence solicited. Address. J. H. DERBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt, Ebel Building, RICHMOND, VA. FOR SAI.K BY Garland H. Clarke & Co., 215 East Broad Street, RICHMOND/VA. Three Kinds of Oysters Received Daily YORK RIVER, CHERRYSTONE, LYNHAVEN BAY. 90S E. BROAD STREET. THE JEWISH SOUTH. No. 6 8. Tenth St., . .. n i■ - j j Antiseptic Mohel, Bookbmjer bM n| _ Otnce.: 3U Hortb CweUtb Street, Diank'Bfink Manufacturer r,c,imo, '^ a; SPECiM.IT: Binding Prayer Books. frbdemcksbur* —~- „ ~ „ •^-^- = __ _. XX ANDjI'OTOMAC railroad. SCHEDULE jii EFFECT APRIL 15, . DIIIXK LEAVE RVRD-STRBET STATION. 8:20-A, M., Sunday only for Washington «i»d Points North. Stops at Elbe,. Glen Allen, Ashland, -Doswell, kuther - ' ■.. ,Glen, Penola, M...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
ACADEMY OF MUSIC ONE NIGHT ONLY. MONDAY, Feb 21st, ■%■ Auffiuiiin Daly's Comedy .. .. /± Nil?ht Off" Tuesilnii, Feb. »»n», I i„--i_ i « . , „ , _ ii/r,ff„ w „ )(rfA7?/ /ry. Liitcoifl J. Carter s Naval Drama, " Under the Dome/ »>,„„,,,„-„„ „„„ ThnrtmlmM, Pebeaary *3-*4, Matinee Thnrstl,,,,. Mr. and Mrs. Russ Whytal, in "FOR FAIR VIRGINIA." "The Prisoner of Zenda," VrMay „n,l Seiturdag, ICI,. >r,-ZK, Matinee Saturday j Friday, ~ *"*" — FEBRUARY ,8, „,<,». |BI^HM«»»IK I f ■ "*% !~ VIRGINIA. 3 J_ —gr ; *%».i..iuu.u.i.....iK jE VOLUME <J. - ' — .___ , .a, "f g UUiiiliiiuitUuiui ;• » CH ARbES E. SMITH, New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. Clay St., Richmond, Va,
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
SydNor <fe Hundley,—-^ A Royal Stock of Artistic — 711 0 713 EAST BROAD STREET, fane Prices as Low- as Consistent -with Square Dealing. H. CLAIBORNE EPPS *t l-\)K Rk-Elkction ... City Sergeant. ****t*MMrt*M*% Subject to Democratic JPr<m*»rff. E. GourtqeiJ FOR HIGH CONSTABLE. Subject to Democratic Primary. MORRIS* ' / «oX@ ,CH ES •• u P holst S eJ&L. arenfeßEST. w^s******-*. ©|j^p;^ : ; v BOX COUCHES CORDUROY and SAVORY, with HAIR TOP. Price. $15.00. NEW HAIR MATTRESSES. HAIR MATTRESSES made Over —Price. $ 1.50. Carpets laid and cleaned on floor. 'IBS. MORRIS, . No. 15 East Main Street, Old 'Phone 112. RICHMOND, VA. JOHN S. HARWOOD, iTor MAYOR. Subject to Democratic Primary. John I s . ITuj^lioq., FOR RE-ELECTION Sheriff City of Richmond. Subject to Democratic Primary. o. a. Hawkins, For Commissioner of Revenue. Subject to Democratic Primary. E. A. BARBER, FOR City Auditor. Subject to Democratic Primary.
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
IRtcbmonb flews. Mrs. Strook, ot New York, is the guest of Mrs. J. Ma reuse. Mr. Aaron J. Plait has left for Hampton, Va., to engage in business. Miss Shrier, of New York, one of the recent visi tors to Richmond, has returned home. Miss Simons, of Philadelphia, who was the guest of Miss Hattie Sycle, has returned home. Messrs. J. B. Lo wen berg, of Norfolk, and Aaron Meyers, of Newport Ncvvs, were in the city this week. Mrs. Byron Bear entertained in honor of the visit ing young ladies recently. Her sister, Mrs. I. Cohen, assisted in receiving the numerous guests. Miss Pried man, of Philadelphia; Miss Irma Ro senbaum, and Mrs. 8. ft. Rosenbaum arc visiting friends in Savannah, Atlanta, New Orleans, a;.d other points. The Sir Moses Monteliore congregation has built an addition to its synagogue, to be usen for the Tal mud-Torah school, recently organized, and which promises to be of great benefit to the young people. A meeting of the board of the Hebrew Home for the Aged and Infirm wa...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
"The Prisoner of Zend a " holds the boards on Fri day and Saturday. The company presenting the play has been pronounced as being more capable than one seen here last season. | . Established SO years and still in the lead., ■ 1 Artistic Memorials in Marble and Granite. mTW Largest Stock in -the South, ready for immediate de- livery at Lowest Possible Prices. t\%mmm*m%W When writing-please state litre of deceased and Nmit ns to price. V)KMc.Ns THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS, Free. 159 iIM a-nd 163 Batik Street, NORFOLK, VA. fsorfolh Hews. I Miss Byrdie Beitman, of Wabash, Ind., won rlje first prize for the original costume at "the " Valentine Character Ball " last Monday night. Miss Flora Elias entertained the Whist Club at her residence last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lang, of Greenville, N, C, is the gut-st 1 of Mrs. Aaron B. Seldner. , • C' The members' of the„" P. S.. C." were very pleas antly entertained at the residence of, Mr; and Mrs. Jacob Bennett, on Fenchurch street, last Sunday night....
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
The visitors in our city this week were M. Rosen berg, L. Dettlebach, M. Marcus, Simon Greif, L. M'et zel, Jatnes Frankel, Baltimore; S. Lippman, Suffolk, iVa.; I. Hutzler, Richmond; S. Morse, New York; , Aaron Morris, Louis Arnheim, Tarboro, N. C. ■ ■ ' i -r , , < - 1 Petersburg, Wa. The Tuesday Afternoon Euchre Club met this weejc at Miss Weinberg's, on Sycamore .street.' The first priije, a sterling-silver'button hook and. file, was won by Miss Addie Emmerich. The second, a sterling silver shoe-horn, was won by Miss Hannah Cohen. iMiss Meyers, of : Lovingston, Va,, was.the guest of the club. Miss Lottie Weil, of Richmond, returned home on Monday, after a pleasant stay of two weeks in our city. ' x ' • On last Tuesday evening Mrs. J. Schwartz, at her home on Adams street, entertained p party hi'no'nor of her guest, Miss'Weif, of Richmond. Progressive ' wlpist was the-game'of the evening and prizes were won by Miss Fannie Reinach and .Mr. Moses Miller. Refreshments of all kinds ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Published Weekly. HERBERT T, EZEKIEL. Editor and Pubiniter, 826 East Main Strekt. Subscription, $1 per annum, in advance. Single Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, SO cents per inch. Resolutions and other Reading Notices, 10 cents per line. Kntcred at tlie Post-Office, Richmond, Va , as second class matter. The members of the B'ne B'rith, of this district, in view of the uneasiness caused by the strict secrecy maintained, have no reason to be dissatisfied with the report of the Endowment Sinking Fund Commis sioners, an extract of which appears in another col umn. We claimed all along that hiding the true state of affairs from the members was a bad policy, and we are now, more than ever, of the opinion that an open, frank statement would have been the means of re taining manj r of those who have withdrawn, to say nothing of preventing much dissatisfaction among those who remained. The death-rate —45 out of a membership...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
harbor of a country with which our relations are greatly strained, ari over 250 of our sailors killed, no disorder of any kind occurred in the entire country by reason thereof. Had the case been reversed, and a Spanish vessel demolished in New York harbor, there is no doubt, in the light of former events, that anti-American demonstrations would have been made throughout the length and breadth of that land, and our flag insulted. *\ .« It was pathetically patriotic that Captain Sigsbee, while yet surrounded by his dead and dying men, his vessel a wreck, and he himself wounded, should have cabled to this country asking us to suspend judgment as to the catastrophe. i• •' • •": '•'-"•'■ cW:. That his wishes were respected by.the entire mass ;'" J-- . -• tQ f>; *]* of the people, who without exception rose to the dig nity of the occasion, is as yet the only light in the gloom that has spread over the country by reason of the terrible calamity that has brought sorrow to the hearts of t...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 18 February 1898
MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $. Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, >£5 East Hroad Street 1101 West Main Street. s,nviai attention is called to my line of Special attention to FINE CATERING Imported Fancy Boxes STOLLWERCK'S CANDIES. in and out of the City. The Easy-Running "HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE. The trios', modern Sewing Machine of the aye, embracing 1 all the latest improve ments. [Jitequftled for DTK ABILITY, RANGE OF WORK; and SIMPLICITY. Old Sewing Machines taken in ex change. Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. Correspondence solicited. Address. J. H. DERBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt., Bribe! Building. RICHMOND. VA. FOR SAI.K BY Garland H. Clarke & Co., 215 East Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. Three Kinds of Oysters Received Daily YORK RIVER, CHERRYSTONE, $fc LYNHAVEN BAY. Aerved in Wt»t /» FHANCIOYE. Clam Style hy. _ * * 003 E. BROAD STREET. New 'Phone, 152 — ELBERT C. WALTHALL, No. 6 S. Tenth St., Bookbinder M R|flnK-R(Nk Manufacturer 1 SPECIALTY : Binding Prayer Books. DRIN...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
ACADEMY OF MUSIC *^ Friday and Saturday , Feb. Xti-tid. Matinee Saturday. The Lyceum Theatre Company in "The Prisoner of 9 ' Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 28 and March 1, Matinee Tuesday, DIGBY BELL, in "The Hoosier Doctor." Wednesday and Thursday, March 2-3, Matinee Thursday. Friday antl Saturday, March 4-5, Matinee Saturday, STUART ROBSON, in "The Tucklins." \ FEBRUARY S5, 1898. *~: 3 \ RICHMOND, | > « §E VIRGINIA. 3 A I mm*mmimm ■ i| volume* 3 "-a**- £E number 7. 3 V W-M-. *\-JXM-m 1%.....,.....U.......i..il CHARGES E. SMITH, New 'Phone 1139. 212 W. Clay St., Richmond, Va.
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
SydNor <& Hundley,-— A Royal Stock of Artistic . FURNITURE. 711 $ 713 EAST BROAD STREET. *\\m\****--- --Prices as Low as Consistent with Square Dealing. H. CLAIBORNE EPPS For Re-Elkction ... City Sergeant. s. *«*M**M**a****M Subject to Democratic Primary. E. GourtqeiJ jSlieild FOR HIGH CONSTABLE. Subject to Democratic Primary. MORRIS* *"""••• "7l> «oX© c HEs •• Upholstering 3T6 lIIG DCS I. Of every description 81 Jl| Sllll BOX COUCHES l'^)<#^Ui ; Maile to Order i„ CORDUROY and SAVORY, with HAIR TOP. Price, $15.00. NEW HAIR MATTRESSES. HAIR MATTRESSES made over —Price, if 1.50. Carpets laid and cleaned on floor. ex ]VJ:o:rcT£i», No. 15 East Main Street, Old 'Phone 122. RICHMOND, VA. JOHN S. HARWOOD, fv>i* MAYOR. Subject to Democratic Primary. John i\ i-iixj>:iio», FOR RE-ELECTION Sheriff City of Richmond. Subject to Democratic Primary. o. a. Hawkins, For Commissioner of Revenue. Subject to Democratic Primary. E. A. BARBER, FOR City Auditor. Subject to Democratic Pr...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
URicbmonfc IRews, Miss Helen Arnold, of Terre Haute, Ind., is the guest of her uncle, Mr. M. Arnold. Mr. Henry Kirsh, who was injured on Tuesday while riding horseback, is improving. Teachers are needed badly for the sewing school, and those in charge ask that volunteers come for ward. The subscription german at the Jefferson Club last night was one of the most enjoyable social affairs of the season. Mr. Meno Mitteldorfer led the figures. Miss Florence Solomon, of Philadelphia, who has been visiting Miss Sadye Thalhimer, of west Grace street, for the past six weeks, will return home on Monday next. Mr. Mordecai Florsheim left for New York several days ago, and on Thursday next will sail for Ger many to join his mother and sisters, and enter upon a medical education. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gallen, who were married re cently in Rochester, N. V., were the guests this week of Dr. and Mrs. S. Galeski, 1314 Grove avenue. They were en route for their home in Lima, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. A. Valenti...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
■Norfolk IRews. Montefiore Hall presented a gay scene last Mon day night when the "little folks" were tendered a ball. There is nothing more brilliant, so picturesque or so thoroughly delightful throughout as achildren's entertainment, and all seemed to be very fond of dan cing. The affair was a great success. Mr. Mortimer Goldman, of Macon, Ga., was in Norfolk last week en route to New Orleans to witness the Mardi Gras. The many friends of Mrs. Julius Adelsdorf will be pleased to hear that she is convalescent. Mr. Isaac Adler returned from a four weeks' trip last Friday. Messrs. Max Marcus, of Hampton, Va., and S. Hirsch, of this city, left for New York last Monday night. Mr. Ephraim Jacobs returned from New York last Sunday. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Katzenstein, on Fenchurch street, was a scene of beauty last Sunday night despite the inclemency of the weather. Several young ladies and gentlemen were invited to meet Miss M. Katzenstein, of Washington, Pa., the charm ing niece...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
Morris M. Cohn, Little Rock, Ark.—Anti-Semit ism is the result of envy, demagogery, or fanaticism. A complete stoppage is possible under su"h condi tions as these: either the entire abandonment of the word Jew; or constantand extended intermarriages, or an ultimate reconciliation between Judaism and Christianity, so that no creedal differencts shall be longer valued from a social point of view. Prof. G. Deutsch, Cincinnati, o.—lf all Jews were like me, there would be no such thing as anti-Semitism. While I do not share this self consciousness, I really feel little inconvenienced by anti-Semitism, because my profession as well as my social life bring me almost exclusively in contact with Jews. Still even I notice the existence of anti-Semitic tendencies occasionally. There is a colored auntieserving as nurse in my neigh borhood who told me that her son, who is a professor in some southern university, had a Jewish classmate who was his mostintimate friend. Old auntie wished to impress...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. published weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Pubisher, 826 East Main Stkket. 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. Kntcrcd at the Post-Office, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. As on a previous occasion, we desire to put the query : Why is it that the majority of synagogue at tendants have to be almost driven or coaxed to divine services, eagerly availing themselves of the slightest pretext for staying away, while the average Christian goes to church eagerly and seems to regard it as a precious privilege ? Last Friday night was a case in point. There was a rain, not at all heavy, and not such as could even be called a shower. Yet at the synagogue Bt th Ahaba the two rows of seats on either side of the main aisle were occupied by exactly twelve people each, or twenty-four in the entire cent...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
for the past few weeks, it leaves us no doubt that Captain Alfred Dreyfus is innocent. But whatever the result may be the French government stands to day at the bar of civilization convicted n.)t of a blun der, but of a crime—a deliberate refusal to amend a hideous injustice done to Captain Dreyfus, who has been the victim of an anti Semitic band, and upon whom has been inflicted the most brutal punishment ever invented by a civilized nation. Through all the four years of his oppression and persecution on the Devil's Island, Dreyfus has not yet found a better and more sincere friend than in Emile Zola, the great and well-known French novelist. Here is a man who has risked allexcept life—it may be said that he risks life itself—for the sake of justice. Here is a man who has played the part of a fearless lover of justice, and, making allowance for the inevi table rhetoric and melodramatic poses, has played it fair, so far as can be judged from this distance. He defied the French gover...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 25 February 1898
•IAMBS JL M®IIMI^ MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes. Creams $. Ices. SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 East Broad Street. 1101 West Main Street. Special auction i» called to my line of SpCCial attention tO FINE CATERING Imported Fancy Boxes STOLLWERCK'S CANDIES. in and o u t of the city. The Easy-Running I "HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE. The most modern Sewing Machine of the age. embracing all the latest improve ments. Unequaled for DURABILITY. RANGE OF WORK, and SIMPLICITY. Old Bearing Machines taken in ex change. Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. Correspondence solicited. Address, J. H. DERBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt., Ebel Building, RICHMOND, VA. FOR SALE BY Garland H. Clarke & Co., 215 East Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. Three Kinds of Oysters Received Daily YORK RIVER, CHERRYSTONE, tt£ LYNHAVEN BAY. S,rv,,l in Kirst- /f. FKANCIOXF, l 1.-iss Style fry, _ 905 E. BROAD STREET. New 'Phone 162==— ELBERT C. WALTHALL, No. 6 8. Tenth St., Bookbinder §M Blank-BnOk Manufacturer SPECIALTY: Blading Prayer Bo...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 4 March 1898
ACADEMY OF MUSIC - Friday and Saturday, March 4-5, Matinee Saturday, STUART ROBSON, in "The Jucklins.' Tuesday and Wednesday, March 8 and 9, Denman Thompson in" The Old Homestead,' (THE ORIGINAL " UNCLE JOSH.") Friday and Saturday, March 11-12. Matinee Saturday, The Byrne Brothers in "EIGHT BELLS.' 9 \ MARCH 4,1898. £~ I ST RICHMOND, CZZ i > §£ VIRGINIA. 3 I fa fT* Pi.i...U.......i..tt.....K i| VoitlMß*. I E number »• 3 V <* •__»..■.• 1..i..u.i....ii..u.ii..!i YOUR INFLUENCE SOLICITED FOR FOR RE-ELECTION, Collector of City Taxes. Subject to Democratic Primary. For City Sergeant. ROBERT T. BRIGGS. Subject to Democratic Primary.