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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 September 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. EXCEPTING the report of Wednesday last, that M. Sarrien, the minister of justice, had ordere a retrial, events of importance have not transpired in the Dreyfus case this week, as was to have been expected. The excitement in Paris continues intense, and papers which only a short time since bitterly denounced Dreyfus and Zola are uniting with the populace in clamoring for a retrial of the case. The entire French cabinet, with the exception of M. Cavigniac, minister of war, favor a reopening, and he, in consequence of his opposition, has been made to step down and out. General Zurlinden, formerly military governor of P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 September 1898

the second day of Rosh Hashonah, and as Yom Kippur begins at sunset on the other, the second Sunday is really a part of Atonement Day, so in reality there is no Sunday between Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur and, therefore no meeting can be held. What a delightful debate this would have furnished the " venerable masters" mentioned in the Haggadah, who were given to arguing matters of just such moment all night, until reminded it was "time to say the morning Shemang." Gwo Sewtsb SolOfets. [Concluded from Page 5.] man. I don't want to give the young man's name, because his family is a very respectable one in Georgia. We'll call him Johnson. " Now, a fight was imminent, and Johnson could not be excused by a regular furlough. The captain thought, however, that if the substitution of a good man could be made it would make no difference. So Johnson drew up a contract with his man.Scovinski, or something of that sort, and promised to be back in sixty days. 4< The sixty days passed ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 9 September 1898

Hew 'Phone 152-— = ELBERT C. WALTHALL, No. 6 8. Tenth St., Bookbinder m Rlank-Rnnk Manufacturer SPECIALTY : Bllillg fWjg Bw>». The Easy-Running " HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINE. The most modern Sewing Machine of the age, embracing all the latest improvements. Unequaled for DURABILITY, RANGE OF WORK, and SIMPLICITY. Old Sewing Machines taken in exchange. Dealers wanted in unoccupied territory. Correspondence solicited. Address, J. H. DERBYSHIRE, Gen. Agt., Ebel Building, RICHMOND, VA. KOR SALE BY Garland H. Clarke a Co., 215 East Broad Street, RICHMOND, VA. Jsr &wxw m < —-—-w©ui& % w w il c w it X TO • THIS • OFFICE. 2 LEADERS IN F"iixo • Furniture^ 711 and 713 East Broad Street, Have contracted for this for one year from September Ist, 1898, but failed to send down the cuts they wanted to go < in here, so watch out for next week. This "ad." may look kind of empty, but S.&H'sstores don't, not by a—jugful. RICHMOND, FREDE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

THE LAST TRILBY EXCURSION —in Norfolk, Virginia Beach d Ocean View IVoxt Sunday, September 18th. Through to Virginia Beach WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. Passengers for Ocean View will change at the N. & W. depot, Norfolk. A Solid Vestibule Train, New Rail and Slack-Ballasted Track "S^S l^ I Train leaves Byrd-Street (Union) station at 8:30 A. M. sharp. 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 Petersburg, Waverly, and Suffolk for passengers. The only all-rail route to all those points. Tickets sold on train for all of these places. Michie & Adams, Managers. \ SEPTEMBER 16, 1898. t~ 3 < CT RICHMOND. I >_ . •£: VIRGINIA. 3 Je^vsri^li i §E volume io. 3 - "| T |i E NUMBER 10. 3 *" —'"•—'* FOR . . FINE SHOES SEYMOUR SYCLE'S, Seventh ami Broad Sfs.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

THE ORGANIZED 1887. Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. PURELY MUTUAL and TRANSACTS BUSINESS ONLY in the UNITED STATES. LOW MORTALITY. The Northwestern Mutual Life, of Milwaukee, is the largest purely American Company. Its ratio of assets to liabilities is larger than that of any other leading company. Its assets are invested only in first mortgages on improved real estate, at a conservative valuation, in localities where values are well established; in United States, State, County and Municipal bonds, and in loans to policy-holders on the security of their policies. It does not invest in or loan upon stocks or any kind of speculative securities. It permits no discrimination between members. Its dividends to policy-holders are unequaled, and at the same time its surplus increase is relatively larger than that of any other company. 'It has for more than twenty-five consecutive years printed tables of current cash dividends for the information of the public. It keeps a memorandum a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

IRicbmonb Bewe, Mr. Charles Held, who has been quite sick, is recovering. < Mr. A. Cohen has returned from a short trip to New York. Little Samuel Binswanger, who has been very ill, is speedily recovering. Misses Rita and May Myers left Richmond Tuesday for Halifax county. Mrs. Caroline Straus has returned from Ford's Lithia Springs, Waynesboro, Va. Master Gerson Heller, who has been suffering from an abscess, is rapidly convalescing. Miss Rachel Morris has removed to New York, having accepted a position in that city. Mrs. H. Heller and children have returned "rom Waynesville, N. C, where they spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Mitteldorfer, after remaining in New York several days, are again in our midst. Everyone will be glad to hear that ventilatois have at last been placed in Beth Ahaba synagogue. At the conclusion of the benediction, to-night Mrs. Kahnweiler and Miss Daisy Hutzler will smg a duet. Mrs. Moses Millhiser, accompanied by her son, Gustavus, is visiting ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

"Roanche, Da. The Angel of Death has entered our midst and removed a mother in Israel. Mrs. Sophia Liebrecht, wife of Alexander Liebrecht, alter being sick about three weeks, died last Saturday at 6P. M. Truly, a good mother and wife has gone from amongst us. Three sons, Benjami t, Philip, and Max, are mourning the loss of their mother, and the whole community is sympathising with the bereaved husband and children. Mrs. Liebrecht was born in Germany and was 43 years old. Her nearest and only relative,excepting husband and sons, is Mrs. Fannic Salomonsky, of Richmond, who arrived here at 4:20 P. M. in time to witness the death of her cousin. The interment was at Richmond last Tuesday afternoon. Our congregation has engaged Mr. Theodore F. Joseph, a senior of the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati, to officiate during the coming holy days. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nabc, of this city, left last Saturday night for Richmond, where Mr. Nabc will have his eyes treated by Dr. White. As they will be in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

and Minister Traneux, and then, pointing to Bernard Lazare, he said, " He alone stood forth as a Jew in defence of a Jew." Whereupon the multitude leaped to its feet, and Lazare was lifted on the shoulders of the delegates and borne triumphantly about. The remarkable incident of the congress was the unanimity with which the proposal to send a telegram of gratitude to the Czar and the Russian people for the proposed disarmament of Europe was approved. The congress also resolved to ask the powers of Europe to couple with this beneficent scheme some measure that would restore the people of Israel to the land of their fathers. The Vienna commission was headed by Dr. Herzl. He presented an exhaustive report prepared by Dr. Metzkin, who had studied local conditions in Palestine on the availability of the land for the Israelites in their great occupation of farming and herding, together with new industries. In this connection it is interesting to know that Baron Edmund Rothschild, of Paris...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 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. ALL OF us are more or less accustomed to hearing the statement made that Yom Kippur is the most sacred day in the Jewish calendar. A little reflection will tend to show us, however, that the day has no inherent holiness, but, like ourselves, is what we make it. Observed as such, it becomes the most sacred day in the year. Let no distinction be made between it and other days and its holiness vanishes. At no other time is the line of demarcation between the Judaism of this and former days more strongly drawn. Many are there who scrupulously adhere to its strict observance, and with whom the severe fast is a bounden du...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

pass upon the propriety of observing or ignoring a divine command. Abraham saw no reason why he should sacrifice Isaac, but was willing to obey. And so long as all our prayer and Sunday-school books continue to praise his action, so long must we, to be consistent, advocate unquestioning obedience to the law. From the publisher, Philip Cowen, New York, we have received "The Door of Hope." This is a collection of short prayers compiled by the New York Board of Jewish Ministers, and is intended for use on visiting the cemetery. It is gotten up in compact shape so as to be easily carried in the pocket. The book is quite useful, and there is no fault to be found with it, except that it contains a transliteration of the Kaddish. If a person does not know sufficient Hebrew to read the language, he had much better use the English, which he understands, than to imitate the sound of the Hebrew. Lip service never did and never will avail aught, lacking, as it necessarily must, the chief concom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 16 September 1898

C. C. LEVY. M. S. niNSWANOKK. C.C.LEVUCO., Upholsterers AND A/lattress A/lakers, 210 E. BROAD ST. Your Patronage Solicited. Rothert&Co. FURNITURE, CARPETS, STOVES. Fourth and Broad Streets. New 'Phone 152 ELBERT C. WALTHALL. No. 6 S. Tenth St., Bookbinder §M Blank-Book m®m SPECIALTY : Binding Prayer Books. •*•■ xmwn % 1 TO • THIS • OFFICE. 2 # m \* ± i - ' LEADERS IN • Furniture^ 711 and 713 East Broad Street. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG Fredericksburg, Milford, Doswell , vn n nT niiAf „, llDnln Ashland, and Elba, and other staAND POTOMAC RAILROAD. tkni Sundays. Sleeper, New York SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 15, 1898. to Richmond LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 2:45 P. M., Daily, except Sunday. Stops at 4:10 A. M., Daily, for Washington and points Widewater, Brooke, Fredericksburg North. Stops only at Milford and Summit. Guinea. Woodslane, MilFredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers f°rd, Penola, Ruther Glen, Doswell. to New York. Taylorsville, Ashland, Glen Allen, and Elba. Parlor-car from W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

i SEPTEMBER 83, 1898. £; i ££ RICHMOND, \ ££ VIRGINIA. 3 r | A T-» q y Sluiuuuuuuiuuuui^ ! £J VOLUME 10. 3 — "1 T ■! J~ NUMBER 11. £3 V \jM- %__■_-■_• iiuuuuuuuuuuuu^ IVOTICB! JUST ARRIVED! New Imported Maocaroni, Dill Pickles, Sour Kraut, French Peas, Garlic, Olives, Mackerel, Rice, Fancy Cheese, Sardellen, Anchovies, Codfish, Holland Herring, etc. A HOLvTCITED. A. ROTHSCHILD, Grocer, Phone 354. 507 E. MARSHALL. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

IRicbmonb flews. Mrs. P. Bear, who has been very sick, is convalescing. Miss Fannie Michelbacher has returned from a visit to New York. Misses Estelle and Florine Hirsh have returned from Atlantic City. Mrs. Clara Mohsberg, of Hampton, Va., is spending the holidays with her sister. Mrs. Rosalie Millhiser is back from Denver, Col., where she visited her son Philip. Miss Ida Wolffsohn, of Boston, was the guest this week of her aunt, Mrs. G. A. Kass. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bendheim, after a pleasant stay in Alexandria, are home again. Mr. Isaac Flegenheimer returned home Tuesday night with his regiment, the Second Virginia. Mr. A. D. Whitlock has decided to make New Mexico his future home and to engage in business there. Mrs. Isaac Syele, of Philadelphia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Syele, 1.01 west Grace. Mrs. N. F.Jacobs and three daughters, after passing four months in Europe visiting relatives, have returned home. Mr. Herman Myers, of Savannah, Ga., spent New Year day...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

The insufficient seating capacity of the synagogue Was next touched upon. Children were necessarily separated from their parents, and no seats in the body of the building could be had. It was recommended that a committe on ways and means be appointed to look into the advisability of erecting a new synagogue at some future day. GOOD FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT. The reports of the financial secretary, Mr. Isaac Held, and the treasurer, Mr. L. Z. Morris, were next read. These showed the receipts for the year to be $7,246.03; expenditures, $7,439.51; balance on hand, $1,721.99. At the request of Mr. Charles Straus, a number of amendments offered by him at the previous annual meeting were passed by, he undei standing a general revision of the laws was contemplated. The election of officers was the next order of business. Mr. Marx Gunst nominated Mr. Julius Straus and the secretary, Mr. Henry S. Hutzler, was instructed to cast the unanimous vote of the meeting for that gentleman. In assuming the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

teer regiments or had been fighting at the front during the late Spanish American war, should rccei vefur loughs to enable them to participate in the celebration of the Orthodox Jewish Congregational Union of America. The Orthodox Jewish Congregational Union, through its president and secretary, in a letter to Adjutant General Corbin, called his attention to the fact that the approaching Jewish holidays, which are of especial religious significance to all devout Jews, would find many of their co-religionists in the army unable to attend religious services and observe the solemn days, and requested him to grant a leave of absence to all Jewish soldiers now in camp in this country during that time. B JSrtet Sfcetcb of JBetb Sbalome comucnattcn. The passing of the Beth Shalome Congregation will close the history of what in its day has been a force in American Judaism. Founded in 1791, it is the sixth oldest in the United States. It was one of several which sent congratulatory addresses...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

No man can be too scrupulous in the exercise of this duty. No woman can claim the esteem of society who has not first of all the respect of the husband. In the family bosom the practice of mutual respect engenders filial love and esteem, which is the only foundation of true domestic peace and happiness. Secondly, the settlement upon the wife of a jointure of a determined nature. According to the rabbis, a marriage without this jointure settlement, duly written, signed and countersigned, before and by witnesses, would be null and void. The consideration of this settlement, as essential to the validity of a marriage, is to counteract the facility of divorce accorded by Jewish law. In effect, this stipulation is of great consequence. The captious husband who contemplates divorce is obliged to fulfil the terms of the marriage settlement, and though such a one may hold in light esteem the claims of love and self-respect may set aside a dictum, honored by tradition and sanctified by usage...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 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. nnr>n rain rw 1 ? Probably no better and surer way of encouraging mankind was ever devised than that of marking greater nnd lesser divisions of time. What one is there among us who has not, at some time, lain down at night feeling that he was well nigh without hope, but has risen with the new day to the knowledge that yesterday is of the past, and that with the rising of another sun he has renewed strength to withstand the trials of the coming day ? And what is true of the single day is also true in a much greater degree of the month and the year. The business man, harassed and worried because his affairs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

In another column we publish from an English paper some alleged statistics as to Jewish longevity. The statement that 25,000 out of 100,000 Jewish babies would live to be over 85 years of age is too ridiculous to need refutation. That the figures are unreliable is shown on their face by the fact that those in the last item add up 91 instead of 100 per cent. It was such as these that the writer had in mind when he specified the the three degrees of falsehood as "lies, d—d lies, and statistics." The Episcopal Church court which tried Jaeger, the meshummed, has rendered its decision finding him guilty of all the charges preferred and recommends that he be dismissed from the ministry. Last Friday was indeed a red-letter day for Amercan Judaism. Synagogues were dedicated in Washington, D. C.; Peoria, Ills., and several other places. Our thanks are due the Bloch Publishing and Printing Company, of Cincinnati, 0., for a handsome and seasonable lu'ch. {Tombstones. Few individuals are as hon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

vors of the English band will be a meagre 5,566. Besides the curious reversal of the usual proportion of males and females, there is another unique feature in the Jewish statistics. The general experience is that the average duration of life is higher with the female than with the male. The opposite is the case with the Jews. Of the 25,135 Jewish survivors at the age of eighty-five, there .vill be 16,225 men and only 8,910 women —a percentage of 04.60 males and 35.40 fe nales. The English experience shows that at that age 50.90 per cent, of the survivals will be females and 40.10 males. —The London Daily Mail. 3c\visb Courage. The conclusion that Jews are cowards is drawn by Professor Cesare Lombroso from the fact that they furnish few suicides and few soldiers for the armies of Europe. The worthlcssness of such an argument is apparent on its face. It assumes that cowardice is the only restraint upon self destruction, and ignores the restraining influence of ethical and religious id...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 23 September 1898

laws with as little change as necessary, but General Wilson ruled that that was one point in which there would be a change. Dow Xincoln Saved Cbirtß ©ollats. Still another story of Lincoln, illustrating his respect for his wife's judgment: While Lincoln was practising law in Springfield, the fire-hose company, desiring to buy some new apparatus, sent out subscription papers, and our youthful collector called upon the future president. He was closely examined on the purpose of the subscription, and finally Lincold agreed to subcribe in this fashion: "Well, I'll tell you what I'll do. I'll go home to supper —Mrs. Lincoln is generally good natured after supper—and I'll tell her I've been thinking of giving $50 to the brigade, and she'll say: ' Abe, you will never have any sense? Twenty dollars is quite enough.' So tomorrow, my boy, you come around and get your $20." _■ UUbere tbe TKlar Itages. "The seat of war" is sometimes an indefinite phrase. Sometimes the front is in the rear, to j...

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