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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

Written for The Jkwish South. "vla.tleo in tbe air." I'll say since some know not tnv avocation That I'm a builder; my tools -Imagination. With this material the fairest mansions I create, I« rom vanity I construct protecting roofs of slate. I<ove enters first and to the fairest chamber lavs claim, Closely followed by Ambition, with its quenchless thirst for fame; Then come the desires for Health and Wealth and Beauty of form and face, Piling one o'er the other in the scramble for a place But there is room for boundless hope in this structure rare ■Save Sober Keason may not enter my "Castle in the Air."' Hut strange to say, my castle, like he house built on the sand Cannot endure the .lighted sw. e P of Time's relet, le*. hand- And stranger vet, my aii iest mansions are the soonest to decay \\l.crea.-> those bu.lt on modest hop, s sometimes stand for aye' Hut my aspirations refuse to enter mediocre halls, 1 hey will not dwell in any but the loftiest, noblest walls; And though ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

IRoanohe. Da. Miss Stella Schloss and her fiance, Mr. Morris Ro senzweig, of Philadelphia, were tendered a surprise reception last Friday night at the residence of the young lady's parents on Henry street. Mr. and Mrs. S. Indosky and daughter, Essie, have left on an extended northern trip. Miss Mnnkin, of Philadelphia, is visiting friends in Salem, Va. Mrs. Simon Stiauss, of Lynchburg, is here on a ' visit to Mrs. Strauss and Mr. and Mrs. Indosky. Mr. Rome, of Philadelphia, visited our city re cently with a view to locating here. Miss Glickman, of Philadelphia, is spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. Kirshner, at Salem,Va. Temple Emanuel congregation is renovating its hall. IDteraelt's Coat of Hi-ma. Disraeli once said that his descent was as pure as that of the Cavendishes, and it was his own opinion that he belonged to the great family of Lara. Against this theory of Lord Beaconsfield may be placed a vngue family tradition that it was Halevi — the name of a family once settle...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

an ancient manuscript of the Talmud there appeared the three figures in one circle, as also the shield of David, "Magan David," which consists of two tri angles. This will give new food for the Masonic his torians. All the manuals and guides touching upon the ancent Masonic order seemed to have ignored the above data. Hn tbe Berlin Ssnagoouee, On Friday evening I attended services in a very beautiful synagogue in the Lindenstrasse. The syna gogue is one of the synagogues of the "com munity," and the service, like that in the chief synagogue, in the Oranienburgerstrasse is not orthodox. although one has nearly the same feeling of difference bet wee i that and a real orthodox synagogue as one experiences in at tending an English unorthordox service There is an organ, a full choir, which is mixed, and a few German prayers and hymns, and the Haphtorah is in German. The real difference in the prayer-book hes in the very consistent and absolute erasure of all prayers which relate to the T...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

ing the Sabbath, and even any member of the con gregation from doing so, and some members still ob serve the circumcision. There was no intention, he told me, to attempt to make propaganda so as to cause a schism in other communities, this in combi nation with the other fact that no one is accepted as a member who has seceded from the general commun ity, seemed to me very praiseworthy. I tried to find out whether Berlin Reform was serving a useful purpose in the Jewish economy. I was told by some that it was the means of retaining within the community some of the "feinere Kreise;" others told me that it was used as a stepping-stone to the Church by laxjews. I cannot decide. Both statements are probably true. Every human institution has its uses and its abuses. The synagogue has been established over fifty years, but while the Berlin community has increased ten fold, the synagogue makes no real progress. In fact, there is no other synagogue like it in the whole of Germany, from Metz ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. Published Weekly. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Fubisher, 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-Otnce, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. THE first synagogue in the State of Delaware was dedicated at Wilmington two weeks ago. Rosh Hashonah, September 17th, is the one hun dred and eleventh anniversary of the adoption of the Federal Constitution. It is expected that it will take another week to conclude the Jaeger trial. The proceedings are now devoid of interest and consist chiefly of outbursts of temper on the part of the ex rabbi and subsequent apologies for the same. The Reading (Pa.) congregation has elected Rev. Harry J. Blatt, of Tuckerton, N. J., rabbi. There were about forty-five applicants for the position. From this it Would seem that, unless t...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

state." This is the way a congressman from Indiana recently addressed us. We resented the assertion. We told him that the Republicans of Indiana had nominated a Republican, a citizen of the state, and not a Jew. In glaring headlines the Chicago Tribune of last Sunday announced the fact that a Hebrew had been nominated for treasurer of the state on the Republican ticket, and with little sense added: "One of the subjects that will receive newspaper attention throughout the state is the fact that for the first time in the history of either great party in Indiana a Jew is on the state ticket." As though this were a ninth wonder. As though a man's religion should be the reason for an3 r undue attention in a political campaign in a land in which we boast of equal rights and equal privileges and equal citizenship! Would the fact that a man was a Methodist or a Baptist or a Quaker be dragged into a political cam paign ? The Chicago Tribune speaks of the nominee for state treasurer as though...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 26 August 1898

J_JU_S A, M#_iKl_^ MANUFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $ Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 East Broad Street. 1101 West Main Street. special attention is c.t.ii«i to my ime of Special attention to FINE CATERING Imported Fancy Boxes STOLLWERCK'S CANDIES. in and Out of the city. University ot Virginia, CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA. Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering, Souhloii Wytiift 15th Sopt.-mbt>r I'liitton in AoadviuloaJ BchuoU free to Vtrginiaiir i>i>r tiii»l()niit'M a>uirt'H« P. B. BARRINQER, Chairman The Easy-Running " HOUSEHOLD ' SEWING MACHINE. The most modern Sewing Machine of the age, embracing „U the latest improve ments. Unequaled for DURABILITY, RANGE OF WORK, and SIMPLICITY. Old Sewing Machines taken in ex change. Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. Corresixmdenee solicited. Address, J. H. DERBYSHIRE, Gen. Hgt., Ebel Huilding, RICHMOND, VA. FOX SALK BY Garland H. Clarke & Co., Kast Broad Street. RICHMOND, VA. New 'Phone 152 -~ = ELBERT C. WALTHALL, ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

TRILBY EXCURSION ■iZz Mirftfc, Virginia Beach & Ocean View TSfext Sunday, September 4th. Through to Virginia Beach WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. Passengers for Ocean View will change at the N. & W. depot, Norfolk. A Solid Vestibule *ffiliri&Wfc < Train leaves Byrd-Street (Union) station at 8:30 A. M. HOUnd Trip tO Nor/Oik, - $1.00 B „arp. Returning, leaves Virginia Beach 7:00 P. M., Ocean \ View 6:30 P. M., and Norfolk at 7:30 P. M-, and will stop at TO Virgiflid Beach, - - 1.2& > Petersburg, Waverly, and Suffolk for passengers. The only ? all-rail route to all those points. Tickets sold on train for all TO OceCtfl VieW, - - - I.IS \ ot theae p i aC e ß . Michie & Adams, Managers. Established September 3, 1888. Chartered July 3, 1896. COMMERCIAL, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, ENGLISH. $50 Tuition Admits to All Departments for Session of Forty-two Weeks. Experienced Faculty. Individual Instruction. Open to Both Sexes. Graduates Assisted to Positions. Eleventh Session Be...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

IRfcbmonb flews. Mrs. E. A. Ezekiel and children have returned to the city. Mrs. A. Jacobus and family have removed to At lanta, Ga. Miss Mattie Sehwarzschild is visiting in New York City. Mrs. Isaac Thalhimer, who has been summering at Atlantic City, has returned home. Mrs. M. E. Marcuse and her sister, Miss Sallie May, are at the White Sulphur Springs. Mrs. Theodore Nelson and children, after spending the summer in Louisa county, are home again. The engagement of Miss Estelle Hirsh, of this city, to Dr. William S. Deutsch, of St. Louis, Mo., is announced. Miss Helen Thalhimer has returned to St. Joseph's Academy, Emmittsburg, Md., where she expects to graduate this session. Owing to the absence from the city Tuesday night of Professor Moses Stein, the position of musical di rector at the Academy of Music was filled by Mr. Ja cob N. Kaufman. Mrs. Jacob Gans left last Wednesday for Washing ton, D. C, her future home, where she had been pre ceded by Mr. Gans. Mrs. Gans will be in Ric...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

Koanofte, Wa. Mrs. Liebrecht and sons, Benjamin, Philip, and Max, have left on an extended trip to Norfolk, New port News, and Richmond. Mr. S. Silverman left for Baltimore last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. Bruner, of Cincinnati, and their Bon, Mark, are here visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. May. Mr. Rosenzweig, of Philadelphia, left for home last week. Mr. Schiller has returned from the northern mar ket. He reports a pleasant trip. Messrs. Goldman, Cohen, Levine, and Berman went to New York on the merchants' excursion. Messrs. Max Lichtenstein and H. M. Solomon, of New York, and E. M. Bloomberg, of Philadelphia, were in our city last week on business. Written for The Jewish South. "Religious Xlbert^. By Alfred E. Cohen. limitations placed upon the establishment of religious freedom in the United States are a source of fruitful study. Owing to the ascend ancy of the Papal power during the decline of the Roman Empire and its tenacious ramifications of Continental Europe, and final triumph...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

Yiddish is a language worthy of being studied by other nations, both for ethnological and philological purposes. The late Jewish savant, Dr. I. M. Rabbi nowicz, of Paris, in an article in the "Archives Isra elites" (January 14, 1886), apropos of a work on the Yiddish language, says : M I believe that three or four million people have a right to form a dialect of their own as well as the Bulgarians, theCroatians, and even the Roumanians, the illustrious descendants of the ancient Roman brigands, exiled to the provinces of the Danube. I also l>elieve that all have a right tostudy this Jewish dialect * * * The profound study of this dialect, the origin of its words, their transformation accord ing to age and country, etc., are of great importance from a philological point of view." To English-speaking people Yiddish should not be an abstruse matter, for Yiddish and English are so strikingly similar to each other in the point of va riety, form, and diction, that they may be regarded ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

tion upon, for instance, the dispensation of charity in the exercise of religious practice, where the dispen sation of such charity would be repugnant to Chris tian practices. Government is instituted for the common benefit, with the view to doing the greatest good to the greatest number and, in so doing, the least harm to the lesser number, the latter being taken rarely into consideration. The greatest number in this country being of the Christian persuasion, the greatest good that can be done is to throw around the subjects every safeguard and remove every temptation so as to enable the subject to be a Christian. Hence the laws for Sunday observance. But even this is not a law designed to force or compel the religious observ ance of Sunday as the sabbath, but having for its object the promotion of the general welfare of the subject in the way of a police regulation, so as to protect the Christian religion and insure the full and complete enjoyment of the day to those who desire so...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUDAISM. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. HERBERT T. EZEKIEL, Editor and Puhlisher, 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. Once more there appears to be hope for Dreyfus. The arrest of Lieutenant-Colonel Henri in Paris, on Wednesday last, on the charge of being the forger of certain documents used in procuring Dreyfus's con viction, the truth of which was admitted by Henri's subsequent suicide, undoubtedly marks the turning point in the unhappy captain's case. Henri is the man who fougnt a duel with Colonel Piequart, who has all along declared the prisoner on Devil's Island to be the victim of a conspiracy. The enemies of Dreyfus assert that Henri was his accomplice and that the colonel's arrest was simply in pursuance of the plan of th...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

A great deal of good natured chaff has been aimed at Mr. Guggenheimerforhis ordinance against swearing, but it has been of good effect, and we do not hear so much vile language in the street anel other public places as we were wont to do. Of course, most of us are given on occasion to the use of words of exclamation expressive of our feelings that may be defined as vicarious or euphemistic "cuss-words," and to this vocabulary has been added the name of the author of the anti-foul-language ordinance. One can tell a person that he "be Gug genheimered" and his re d meaning be perfectly clear; yet until the dictionary is revised he is sate from pun ishment at the same time that he has eased his feel ings. "Guggenheimer" is a big word, but it does sound pleasanter than " damn," with its prefixes and suffixes.— American Hebrew, New York. perpetual ASotton. The question of perpetual motion has been solved by an up-to-date philosopher. Rags make paper. Paper makes money. Money makes banks. ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 2 September 1898

JAMBS A. M4HUHS, MANtTFACTURER OF Fine Cakes, Creams $ Ices, SODA AND MINERAL WATERS, 525 East Broad Street 1101 WeM Main Street. special attention is called to my line of j Special attention to Fl N E CATERING Imported Fancy Boxes STOLLWERCK'S CANDIES. in and out of the city. University ot Virginia, CHARLOTTESVILLE. VA. Letters, Science, Law, Medicine, Engineering. Session begins 10th September. nation in Academical Schools free to Virginian-. i' or catalogues address P. B. BARRINQER, Chslrmsn The Easy-Running " HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE. The most modern Sewing Machine of the age, embracing all the latest improve ments. I Unequ<Med for DURABILITY, RANGE » OF WORK, and SIMPLICITY. J Old Sewing Machines taken in ex change. J \ Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. \ (Correspondence solicited. Address, t J. H. DERBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt., I Ebel Building, RICHMOND, VA. I FOR SALE BY Garland H. Clarke & Co., 215 Last Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. New 'Phone 1 52 =^=r^ ELBERT C. WALTHA...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 September 1898

TIiILBY EXCURSION Norfolk, Virginia Beach d Ocean View Next Sunday, September 11th. Through to Virginia Beach WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARvS. Passengers for Ocean View will change at the N. & W. depot, Norfolk. A Solid Vestibule Train, New Rail and Slack-Ballasted Track w^&!&%3t T> „1 rrt • +• a* I Train leaves Byrd-Street (Union) station at 8:30 A.M. HOUnCI Trip tO NOr/Olk, - $1.00 j sha r P . Returning, leaves Virginia Beach 7:00 P. M., Ocean . 1 f%r \ View 6: 3° p - M « and Norfolk at 7:30 P. M., and will stop at JO VirgiMtd Bedell, 1.%& I Petersburg, Waverly, and Suffolk for passengers. The only I all-rail route to all those points, Tickets sold on train for all lO UCeari VieW, I.l*P J of these places . Michie & Adams, Managers. j f «'»ay, . MfttmtmmmtmwtK \ SEPTEMBER 9, 1898. £E 3 < ~Z. RICHMOND, \\ Sp VIRGINIA. 3 | • r T A iuniiiiiiiiiitimmitK JeA^rish !E VOLUME 10. 3 "iS=- + |~| E NUMBER 9. V *~«- I__M_-M_» luiUituuiuiiuuiiiii H. A*T. MOESTA, Confectioner, ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 September 1898

IRicbmonb IRcws. Mrs. Meyer Syele has returned home. Miss Esther Hirshberg is at Old Point. Mr. Charles Hutzler is North on business. Mrs. Leon Dettelbach is steadily improving. Mr. E. M. Bloomberg, of Philadelphia, was in the city this week. Messrs. Byron Bear and Meyer Syele were in New York this week. Mr. Joseph Lang, after spending some time in De troit, is back in Richmond. Mr. A. Fellheimer is in the city visiting his bro ther, Mr. Louis Fellheimer. Miss Genevieve Raab leaves this week for Chicago, where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Lawrence Lipman, of Savannah, Ga., is vis iting her mother, Mrs. I. M. Rosenbaum. Mr. Roscoe C. Nelson will leave shortly for the University of Virginia to resume his studies. Mr. Isidore Lovenstein and his daughter, Miss Jeanne, are making a short stay in Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney B. Rosenbaum are home after spending the summer at West Point, Va. Mr. Joseph M.Goodman left Tuesday for Martins burg, W. Va., where he will engage in business. ...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 September 1898

Written for The Jewish South. IRelioious Xfberts. By Alfred E. Cohen. [Concluded from Last Week.] IftT HAS been held by the highest courts in the land 1$ that a State statute prohibiting the running of trains on Sunday, where such trains ran from or into another State, was unconstitutional, because Congress alone has the power of "regulating com merce between the States," and Congress had passed no law prohibiting the running of trains on Sunday, therefore the State could not usurp that power. But if the train did not go beyond the borders of the State, and did not come from another place into the State, the State Sunday law would be upheld as con stitutional. The full scope, meaning, and effect of the constitu tional guaranty of religious liberty is, first, to keep Church and State separate; and, secondly, to allow the free practice and enjoyment of the subject's reli gious profession, free from any official disturbance or interference in the exercise thereof; but with this lim ita...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 September 1898

4 THE JEWISH SOUTH HAVE YOUR SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER EAST MAIN ST. Our Fall Line of Colored Shirtings Now Heady. what the courts have said about the Sunday observ ance law again. Learned judges have held on the one hand that one who in the doing of an act violates the Sunday observance law, is thereby guilty of such negligence as will preclude his obtaining redress for any injury sustained on that day. But we find, on the other hand,courts have held with greater weight of reason and authority, that one who was injured in doing an act prohibited by the Sunday observance law, was not thereby guilty of negligence, and is en titled to recover for his injuries sustained on that day, and that to grant immunity from legal respon sibility for an injurious act, because the person harm ed violated the Sunday law, would be to license wrongdoing and crime itself. The recognition of the Christian religion in the United States Constitution, it will thus be si en, if not done in such a manner as to m...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South. — 9 September 1898

that. Leaving aside the abrogation of ceremonials, there is absolutely nothing left. Why, young man, not so many years ago a congregation prayed in God's own language and, better than all, understood every word. I admit, prayer in any language is ac ceptable in the sight of the Lord, but the import of the prayer is lost. "I recall, and vividly, on Rosh Hashonah the so lemnity of the services and the dignity of the observ ance. There was no gaiety, no carriage riding, no champagne frappe, or queenly ladies in court dresses awaiting the coming of carriage parties, going from house to house under the guise of making New-Year calls, simply to fill up with wines, punches, and ham sandwiches entwined in pink ribbons. "AndonYom Kippur there was no running in and out of synagogue or visiting houses of worship to ridicule worshipers. It was not made a gala oc casion, for every one, even the child of tender years, knew it was the Yom Haddin —a day of judgment. "Then as the Tfilahs progressed,...

Publication Title: Jewish South, The
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