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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

THE PRESERVATION OF JEWS. Innovators, anxious for new worlds to conquer, eager for new sensations to exploit, have occasionally let themselves loose on the proposition to abolish the use of the Hebrew language in the synagogue service, and to discontinue the teaching of it to Jewish children. Hitherto the project has not found much favor, however much some congregations may have curtailed the ritual and interspersed in with English hymns or, which is much worse, with German prayers and songs, and however many Jewish parents neglect to furnish their children with the Hebrew education that they should have. The reasons that are vital in hindering any general movement for the abolition, are indeed strong {and convincing. The very peculiarity of Judaism as a religion of the Hebrews, as an historic faith that had its roots in the land where the Hebrews were a nation, is the powerful reason why the language of that faith, the language in which its literature is written, in which ita lofti...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 10 November 1893

_^_ A __ 1. InvestigateaHttleforyonrself. Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." K_rUnL 2 - Send to us for rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well wiifc known citizens of Virginia ana North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INCIIRIMC * 3 " Get the same information from other Companies for comparison. lilOUnillll * 4. Then select the Company yon believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOrfN B. CARY A SON, . . p _ * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Lire Northwestern Mutual lAfe Insurance Company. Ito I Main Street, Corner 12th, - RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. ESTABLISHED 1863. 811-HlMAltll SCHMIDT, • European Store * 500 and 50a E. Broad Street. BRANCH STORE: 822 E. Main Street. Headquarters for Table Luxuries, Wines Liquors and Cigars. "**_??_„.. ~ RICHMOND, ML JIVO. BOWERB, No. 7 Governor Bt., - RICHMOND, VA. Latrobe Stoves, Gas Fixtures, Wolff Gas Radiators, House-furnishing Goods. J. £. ROSE & CO., $toVe& Tin to a. c, (5_ ocl^e....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

RICHMOND NEWS. Mr. A Gunst has returned from a business trip to Norfolk. Mr. Julian Solomon left for his home, Savannah, Ga., last Wednesday after a pleasant visit of some weeks in Richmond. The Cotillion Clnb will have its next german at the Masonic Temple, on Tuesday evening the 21st instant The marriage of Miss Flora Nelson and Mr. J. J. Foots, will take place at the Masonic Temple next Wednesday evening. Miss Helen Hirsch, of Bedford City, is visiting Miss Flora R. Nelson, of 319 east Clay street Miss Minnie Bear, of Wilmington, N. C, is the guest ot the Misses Lovenstein, 1002 east Clay street Miss Lily Hagadorn, of Philadelphia, returned home Thursday. She had a delightful time in Richmond. In consequence of the absence of Rabbi Calisch who lectures in Washington that night there will be no Bible Class next Sunday. Studies will be resumed as usual the Sunday following. Dr. H H. Levy led the discussion at tb» meeting of the Academy of Medicine and Surgery Wednesday night His pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

TO WHOM IS THE CREDIT? 1 A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH ' i What is man that Thou rememberest him, or the son of man that Thou art mindful of him ? Yet Thou hast made him little less than angels, and with honor and glory Thou hart crowned him. Thou hast given him dominion over the works of Thy hand; everything Thou hast placed beneath his feet.— Psalm yi7t.-S-7. It is hardly my intention to bring controversy within these sacred walls, but there are one or two things that I feel called upon to assert, and several other things asserted by others that I feel it my duty to deny and disprove, so far as it lies within my power. In the preparation for the discourse, of last week, on the "dose ofthe World's Fair" I met and with alarming frequency, with the assertions which I feel called upon to deny. These were the sweeping, if not arrogant claims, made by its denominational papers, in behalf of Christianity. Speaking of the Exposition and of the parliament of religions, one paper wss ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

Spencer and Mill Mid Professor Briggs snd Henry Smith if the zealous advocates of Christ ian tolerance and charity and forbearance could have their way? The true and perfect representative, among the nations ofthe earth, of Christian civilization is Russia. It was some four or five years ago, in 1888 or 1889, I forget which ,that Russia celebrated her 900 th anniversary as a Christian country. It is essentially a Christian country and of most pronounced Christianity. The Czar is high-priest as well as ruler. He is the head of the church as well as of the state. He is the ruler in spiritual as well as in temporal affairs. And now to-day after nine hundred years of existence as a Christian country, let Russia speak of Christian civilization ! But let us say that there are somethings which we owe to the influence, to patronage, or even inspiration of the church. There are the magnificent cathedrals of the old world, and the imposing structures in some of the large cities of the new. Bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T EZEKIEL, Editor ail Prop, 72f _ast Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Staple Copy, Five Cents. Advertising: Rate, 50 cents per inch. Entered at the Post Office. Richmond, Va., as second class mail matter. NO JEWISH VOTE. Seven prominent rabbis of New York City signed their names, in their official capacities, to a paper, endorsing a candidate for a petty office during the recent election. This paper was used as a campaign document The event has aroused a great deal of indignation, and justly so. It was a most direct and pointed sppeal in behalf of the candidate on the grounds of his religious persuasion. It was an attempt to manufacture and catch a "Jewish vote." In palliation of the act of tbe rabbis, it seems that the candidate in question was the son of a rabbi and the brother of another, and that the reverend gentlemen signed the paper out of conrtesy to tbe family, and tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

THE CRUCIFIXION. RABBI CALISCH DEMONSTRATES IT WAS NOT COMPASSED BY THE JEWS. The following will appear in the Times of Saturday, and in some instances will probably be read before this paper is received. It is self-explanatory. 7b the Editor of the Times : Richmond, Va., Nov. 15th. I trust you will allow me a space in your valuable paper for a few words in comment on the defence of Col. O' Fer rail, made by Mr. J. S. Craig, of Goshen, and published in your issue of to-day. The comment is not on the defence itself, but on the phrase used by the writer, when he says that "the enemies of Col. O' Fer rail worked as vehemently to defeat him as did the Jews to crucify tbe Saviour." Had Mr. Craig been as eager in defence of the truth as be was of Col. O'Ferrall, he would never have been guilty of that assertion. For, all Christian teaching to the contrary notwithstanding, the Jews did not crucify Jesus. To my sorrow'do I know that the children of Christian parents, as they go to their res...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

Items of Interest. NBW YORK. I The report ofthe United for the year closing with October, shows that the receipts amounted to a total of $147,769. 26, with total expenditures of $177,513. 89. There were 55,309 persons assisted in various ways by the organization during the year, of whom 4,453 wore found employment for, 4,179 were giving transportation and 2,174 were given transient and temporary relief There were distributed over 5000 pairs of shoes, 3000 coats and vest, 2600 sets of men's underclothing, together with dresses, skirts, bedding, pants, hats and women's underwear, besides clothing, furniture and 809 tons of cool. There w0re27,113 meal and 8,846 nights' lodgings given to homeless men, and in the Free Burial Branch ofthe society's work, there were 854 interments. Thero wss a called meeting of Congregation Shearith Yisroel on Monday at which it was resolved amidst much enthusiasm to dispose of tho present lot and building of the congregation and move uptown. NKW JEBSKY. T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

What Pantheism Is. Miss H. F., a constant reader of tbe Spectator, requests as to give her a plain statement what Pantheism means.and claims that the encyclopedias give too much of an explanation, confusing the mind. We donbt whether we can do much better, bat we shall endeavor to give it in as terse and concise a manner as possible. The pantheist identifies God and nature. Nature is God and God is nature. He looks upon tbe forces of nature, like gravitation, electricity, light, heat, etc.; not as the ' manifestations of a hidden spiritual God, but as God, a part of the universal whole. The • pantheist thos conceives of God as the sum and total of the seen and unseen. A pantheist of course does not believe in a special revelation nor does he recognize a separate snpreme intelligence, he supposes a unity transcending all difference between mind and matter. And this is the hypothesis, which makes it so difficult to understand the system of pantheistic philosophy, which even a Spinoza ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 17 November 1893

DECODE *" Inve,ti *- te - Uttlefor y ouri « lf - Every Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest.** DLlUnt 2 - Se P d to ua for ratc9 and examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INSURING * 3 ' GCt thC Bame inf ormation from other Companies for comparison. IIIOUIIIIIU • 4. Then select the Company you believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR j JOrfN B. CARY A SON, ■ ipp General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Urt Northwestern Mutual lAfe Insurance Company. 1201 Mala Btra_t, Cornor 12th, - RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. ROTHERT & CO., — DEALERS IN — Fdibtdre. - Carpets. - Stoves. Refrigerators and Baby Carriage*, 505 B. BROAD ST., RICHMOND, • • VIRGINIA. Your Rubber Stamps and Brands Southern Rubber Stamp Works, HO7 E. Main Strbbt. SAM'L S. RQSENBORF, Prop Wer-d_ _ Supplies a Specialty. Ice Cream Shi**** to All Parts of the State. H. W. JVIOESTA, at Caterer. Confectioner and Baker. Pure Ice Cream, Water Ice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

RICHMOND NEWS. Paradise Lodge, I. O. B. B., meets next Sunday night. Miss Josie Kaufman, who has been quite ill, is convalescing. Mrs. Celia Kass left for New York on a business trip the earlier part of the week. Mr. Joseph Hamburger, of Norfolk, participated in the Cotillion german last Tuesday night Mrs. Bamberger and son, of Philadelphia, have been on a visit to their daughter and sister, Mrs. M. Thalhimer, of west Grace street. Mrs. R. Sarner and Miss Martha Sarner, of New York, are on a visit to their daughter and sister, Mrs. M. Jacobson, 209 east Clay street. Mrs. Aaron Prag, of Baltimore, who had been on a visit to her mother, Mrs. I. M. Rosenbanm, returned home last Sunday morning. She was accompanied by her sister, Miss Adele Rosenbanm, who will spend some time in Baltimore. Mr. Henry S. Hutzler has returned from a very enjoyable visit to Savannah, Ga. The press of that city was quite complimentiary to Mr. Hutzler in its reports of the weddingbanquet at which he acted as m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

TO WHQJ4 IS THE CREDIT? I II A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH One law there shall be for you, for the native and the stranger who sojourns in your midst.— (Exodus X 11—49.) As indicated in the discourse of last week, we desire to touch to-day upon the third ofthe thoughts spoken of, viz. whether this is a "Christian country." Before I wish again to declare my desire not to cause strife or controversy, bat merely to deny assertions, tbat while commonly used and commonly accepted, are none the less untrue. I do not wish to be understood as making an attack upon Christianity. I desire only to have the truth known. Judge Stallo. an eminent Christian lawyer in the city of Cincinnati, in pleading a case before the supreme court of that city, on the question of Sunday legislation, took occasion to say, "Before proceeding to say what I desire on this subject, I beg leave at the outset, to disclaim any intention to derogate from the just claims of Christianity for its achievements in hist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

I would be the last one to say that there has been no beneficent Providence watching o'er this land, the last one to spread the thought that without God, can men build or watch, yet I do desire to say that our government, as government, is a thing that has no religious inclinings, and our constitution, though written by men, imbued with the spirit of God, is not an ecclesiastical document, and certainly not the catechism of any single creed. I say again, that "1 do reverence to Christ ian ity for the vast amount of good which it has done, for tbe touching devotion of its martyrs and its votaries, for the loftiness of its purpose," but with all this, this is not a Christian country ; the spirit of its political institutions is not that of Christianity, and its culture is not the result of the latter's teach ings, dogmas or doctrines There is a dangerous tendency toward religious legislation manifesting itself. Some Christians, whose zeal for creed is stronger than their sense of just...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEkII, Editor and Prop., 72? 3apt Main Street. Subscription, One Dollar per annum. Sing-le Copy, Five Cents. Advertising Rate, 50 cents per inch. Entered at the Post Office. Richmond, Va., as second class mail matter. The Jewish Tramp. The necessity of concerted action, in every community, in order to obtain the best results in any direction, is patent to every one. Especially is this true in the dispensation of charity and the care of the needy otherwise. The running sore in American Jewry is the fast increasing army of peripatetic' -chnorrers, ' genuine tramps, who differ from other tramps, in that they appeal to a far more generous clientelage, and therefore ride throughout the country, instead of tramping it, and are for this reason, to be found only in larger towns and in the cities Their number grows with the appeasing of their demands. Like their brother tramps they are becoming bra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

Jewish Actors. During his recent engagement at the Grand Opera House in this city, Henry Irving, the celebrated English actor, in a published interview, expressed himself of the opinion tbat Jews were the principal patrons of the theatre. I do not think there is a single theatrical manager in any of the larger cities of the Union but who will corroborate Mr. Irving's statement. So far as San Francisco is concerned, if anyone doubts the assertion, let him step into any of our leading temples of Thespis, especially on a "first night," and in all likelihood his skepticism will at once be removed. And since our Jewish fellow-citizens are so liberal in their patronage of the art, I have often wondered why it is that there were not a larger number of our co-religionists who had acquired fame and fortune in the deamatic profession. To be sure one often hears the remark that tnis actor or that actress is an Israelite, bnt when one commences to investigate it does not not take long to become...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

" Rev. Dr. Pius Mortara has been appointed to the chair of theology at the University of Innsbruck." That is a very simple announcement, but all the same it will call up a host of recollections for those who can remember thirty years back. This Rev. Dr. Pius Mortara is the individual who, as a child, was kidnapped from his Jewish parents by the Catholic Church, and despite civil and moral law never returned. The boy was raised by the church and has become a shining light, and some day may become a Prince of the church or perhaps even its head. If he shonld ever be Pope, I hope he will retain his fiunily name and be known as Pope Mortara Ist It is not such a long time since the outrage was committed, but even in that short period, times have changed sufficiently to render a similar occurence impossible. If a man like the present bishop of Rome had occupied the throne of St Peter at that time, yonng Mortara would have been returned to his parents ; if a man like Pius IX had countenanc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

Items of Interest. CHICAGO. Sir Moses Ezekiel was in Chicago last week to see his bronze statue of Columbus placed in position over the entrance to the Columbus Memorial building. The statue cost $10,000, and is considered by critics to be the best conception of the great explorer extant. The niche in the building where the statue stands has not been finished. It is to be faced with gold mosaic, so as to give the dark statue the proper back-ground and relief. When this is done it will be undoubtedly the most attractive decorative art object on any bnilding in the Windy City. Sir Moses remained at the World's Fair during the closing days and is enthusiastic in his appreciation of the grandeur and beauty of the " White City," BROOKLYN". Mr. Abraham, of the firm of Abraham & Straus, has presented to Cornell University a collection of the works of Kant and Spinoza, comprising about 1,500 volumes, together with an excellent at sortment of portraits of both. The collection is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 24 November 1893

nrmnr Investigate a little for yourself, livery Agent claims his Company is 'Theßest." utrUnt 2 - Send to nn {oT rates and examples of actual cost on policies held by well known citizens of Virginia and North Carolina, taken out at Tour Age. INJURING * 3 ' Get thC Hame inforn iatiou from other Companies for comparison. IllOUnillU • 4. Then select the Company you believe will do the best FOR YOU. YOUR • JOI_N B- CARY A SON, ■ • ps> * General Agents for Virginia and North Carolina Llrt Northwestern Mutual Idfe Insurance Company. 1801 Main Street, Comer 18th. - RICHMOND. VIRGINIA. ROTHERT <& CO., — DEALERS IN — Furnitdre - Carpets. - Stoves. Refrigerators and Baby Carriage*, 505 E. BROAD ST., RICHMOND, - - VIRGINIA. Your Rubber Stamps and Brands Southern Rubber Stamp Works, HO7 E. Main Street. SAM'L S. ROSENDORF, Prop Werm _ Supplies a Speciilty. Ice Cream Shiw* to All Parts of the State. H. W. JVIOESTA, .« Caterer. Confectioner and Baker. Pure Ice Cre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 1 December 1893

RICHMOND NEWS. Mrs. Myer Sycle left last Tuesday for a visit to her parents in Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Lowenberg, of Norfolk, were registered at Ford's Hotel last Monday. Mrs. Tranerman, of Chicago, is on a visit to her sister and brother, Miss Rosa and Mr. S. W. Fleishman. Mrs. E. Holzinger, of Baltimore, who attended the Foote-Nelson wedding, was a guest of Mrs. Lisberger, of north Seventh street Miss Gertrude Wallerstein left last Tuesday for Washington, where on the 18th of this month she will be married to Mr. Myer Frank. Miss Hutzler, of Atlanta Ga., cousin of Mr. Henry S. Hutzler of this city, is the guest of Mrs. £. Mitteldorfer Hutzler of north Third street The paper on "Greek Architicture" prepared for a recent meeting of the P. L. A. is said to be one of the best ever presented to that body. It was the work of Mrs. Myer Eirsh. A Channukah festival to consist of tableaux, recitations, singing, dancing and refreshments will be given by the pupils of Beth Ahabah Sunday sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 1 December 1893

THE VANQUISHED. A SERMON BY RABBI EDWARD N. CALISCH Them art mighty to save, O God; Thou sustaincst all life in Thy grace, Thou supportest the falling, Thou healeat the sick, releasest the captive, and verifiest Thy faithfulness even unto those who sleep in the dust. (Morning Prayer.) And Moses, spoke these words to all Israel: " Behold I am to-day one hundred and twenty years old. I can no longer go out and come in before you and God has said to me, ' thou Shalt not cross over this Jordan.' " (Deuteronomy xxxi-1-2). There is perhaps no more pathos in any single sentence in any language than that which we have read, spoken by the great law-giver, as he was on the eve of dissolution. He had toiled and wrought for the people whom he bad token from Egypt. He had given his life's best efforts, his energies and powers and abilities, all unto them and to the mission of bringing them out of thralldom, educating them, making them fit, ready and prepared to enter the land of promise, and to ...

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