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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. is a negro Jewess, and he has two living children, both girls and both black. His family is still in Egypt. Wolskowi tells an interesting story of his origin, and the rabbis of New York's Ghetto say that what he tells of his ancestry is borne out by ancient history. Wolskowi's ancestors were slaves to the patriarchs, the father of the race being the head-servant of Abraham's house. These slaves followed Jacob's son to Egypt 3,000 years ago, and when the Jews were delivered from Egypt's t}'ranny they went with them across the Red Sea into the wilderness. They became converted to Judaism and helped to drive the Philistines and theHittitesand other idol worshipers from the land of Canaan. But a strange freak of fate landed the negro Jews, who were at odds with their white brethren, back into the land of the Pharaohs, where they were treated with superstitious kindness by the Egyptians, who feared another outpouring of the wrath of the God of Israel. They settled in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 October 1898

first meeting on 27th December, 1732, and the name of Daniel Delvalle stands twenty-ninth on the list of members. The " Rose " was held previously "at the Bricklayers' Arms in Barbican," it having been originally constituted 26th January, 1730, the master being a snuff merchant, and Mr. James Carrington, who officiated as junior warden, being a tobacco merchant. According to the Gentleman's Magazine, XXXVIII, 447, James Carrington, Esq., father to the Rev. Mr. Carrington, Chancellor of Exeter, died on 6th September, 1768. Daniel Delvalle appears to have been master of the Rose Lodge up to Bth July, 1734, when he settled accounts, from which accounts it was shown that the lodge was in debt to its master in the sum of £15 19s. Bd. Thus far Daniel Delvalle; it remains yet to be discovered when and in which lodge he was initiated into the mysteries of Freemasonry. " Mr. Delvalle, a Jew merchant, died in Bunhilfields, August 1. 1737." (Gentlemen's Magazine, VII, 514.) Some difference of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF 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. With the exception of the statement that the present strike of laborers in Paris is instigated by the government for the purpose of diverting the attention of the masses from the Dreyfus case, absolutely nothing with reference thereto has transpired during the past week. Will onk of our literary societies kindly enlighten us as to the origin of the term "400 " as applied to the ultra exclusive members of society? We aKvays had a lingering idea that the expression was coined by that social genius, the late Ward McAllister; but some days ago we came across the phrase, in quotation maks, in a magazine published in 1843, long be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. funeral and where it can be best borrowed or purchased. We venture the assertion that as much, if not more, thought is given, in many instances, to dress than to the memory of the departed. Were the views of the decased asked before death, we do not believe that two out of a hundred would express a desire for their relatives to wear mourning for them. We rather believe they would oppose it vigorously. This being so, it is no " respect" to the dead to ignore their wishes. Thus it is shown that honesty, health, common sense, consideration for others, and respect for the dead demand the abolition of mourning garments. If our women persist in wearing them it must be because they are victims of that moral cowardice that prevents a person doing what is known to be right, simply for the reason that it is forbidden by the edict of "fashion." With as little noise as possible the town of Laissa has succeeded in discharging herself of some six hundred of her Jewish inhabitant...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 14 October 1898

THE JEWISH SO"PTH. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG Fredericksburg, MHford, Dpawell AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. *^!^L'JaL A Hlh ii and « ther v " ta J lions Sundays. Sleeper. New York SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 15, 1898. to Richmoncl. LEAVB 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 Blba. Parlor-car from WashH:2O A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and ington. points North. Stops at Blba, Glen Allen, Ashland, Doswell, Kuther 7:10 P.M. Daily. Stops only at FredericksGlen, Penola, Milford. Guinea, Fred- burg, Doswell, and Ashland. Pullericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater man cars lrom New York and 8:45 A.M., Daily, except Sunday, for Washing- Washington. ton and points North. Stops at. 8:30 P.M. Daily. Stops at Widewat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

New German Potatoes, New Einsen, New Green Kern, New Evaporated Peaches and Pears, New Norway Anchovies x? K !f*' Ne , w ApPetit Sild, New Edam Cheese, New Bent's JUiscuits, Sole Agent for Virginia for Finest Hand-Made Egg Nndel-all wjdths, Eebkuchen and Spiced Drops, Stuffed Olives, Finest.Dill Pickles and Kraut, Imported Berlin Zwieoach for Invalids aud Convalescents, Ac, &c. HUYLER'S PURE CHOCOLATE, only 3Sc. per lb. A- CAL.L, SOLICITED. A. ROTHSCHILD, Grocer, Vhone 354. 507 E. MARSHALL Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention J eA*rish VOLUME 10. NUMBER 15. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH Volume X—Number 15. RICHMOND, VA., OCTOBER 21, 1898. Whole Number 247. Mr. Julius Straus is on a ten days' trip North. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Weinberg have returned from their bridal tour. Mr. Myer Cohen, a former Richmonder, was in the city this week. Miss Rosa Strause, after spending some time with relatives in Newport News, is home again. Mr. Joseph M. Goodman, on his way South, stopped over in Richmond several days this week. Miss Sadie Levy, of Durham, N. C, who has been visiting relatives in this city, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Straus informally celebrated the tilth anniversary of their marriage last Saturday. In honor of his th birthday, Mr. Charles Millhiser entertained a number of his friends at the Jefferson Club last Saturday night. Owing to unavoidable circumstances, the Junior Cotillon Club's initial dance, which was to have been held last Wednesday night, had to be postponed. The committee to which was entrusted the task of raising funds for the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

her visits was to the grave of Heine, in the Montmartre cemetery, but being a Catholic to themarrow of her bones, she was uneasy for his salvation on account of his having mentally returned back to Judaism, and each of her visits to the tomb of the great Israelite was preceded by a prayer offered up in the Notre-Dame-de-la-Victoire church for the redemption of his soul. In a piece of poetry she composed in Heine's honor, the invocation is made to the Christian Saviour that in his mercifulness he may receive in his bosom the spirit of her favorite swger.-Jewish World. At how early a date Jews were settled in Holland I cannot tell. The first notice I can think of now is of the fourteenth century. The great catastrophe which came over the Jews in Spain in 1492 was the beginning of a larger immigration into the Netherlands, Holland had gone far ahead of other European States, and in 1579 had set herself resolutely on the road towards political and religious freedom. No wonder that Amste...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTHon the order of Little Willie who never told a lie, that we used to read of in our Sunday School books. The saintly Riah was so poor he could scarcely get enuff to eat: he not only had no love of money but he actually hated the chink of silver. Riah workt for a Christian at twelve shillings a week. He swings as far to one side as Fagin did to the other. And to me a Jew who toils for a Christian for indifferent board & clothes that are so—so is as despicable an object as is Fagin who stole so many pocket handkerchiefs that London was reduced to the dire straits of wiping its nose on its coat sleeve. The Je .v needs no apologist—just leave him alone & he'll take care of himself in any clime. All he asks is justice and an equal chance. Yet Ido not claim that the Jew is a paragon of virtue; I have seen Jews that were pretty bad. The Jew may love money, but I wish to emfasize the fact that he is not a thief. He has common sense enuff to know that t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. having asserted that the family had murdered him to prevent his adjuring the reformed faith; that the Protestant religion orders parents to strangle such of their children as would want to become Catholics; it is, moreover, affirmed that Lavaysse is the executioner chosen by the Protestants and that he had come to Toulouse for the very purpose of performing the functions of his office. The trial took place. Being a case in which the Church and State claimed equal interests, the procedure took the form of our presentation of a case before the grand jury. No witnesses for the defense were heard, and only one for the prosecution. But in Toulouse in those days, just as in the Paris of today, there were certain men who believed that civil justice should be placed above that meted out by an arbitrary body, and they remonstrate*i with the Capitoul and prayed him to observe at least the legal forms of procedure. The magistrate who wished to plead for Calas was suspended lr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. 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-Offlce, Richmond, Va., as second class matter. The newly-elected United States Senator from Oregon, the Hon. Joseph Simon, is a Jew. Mr. Simon married a sister of the late Adolph L. Sanger, of New York. It is to be feared that Dr. Cleveland's famous and expressive two-worded phrase accurately describes the present status of the Dreyfus case. It is claimed that the Court of Cassation will act next week, and an order for a revision is confidently expected. Unusual indeed were the demonstrations of regret made by the citizens of Detroit when it was learned that Rabbi Grossman of that city was to go to Cincinnati as the assistant of Rabbi Wise. Th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. a single Southern man of intelligence and decency who went against his section. Does not the significant fact that there was not one speak volumes for the justice of the Souths cause? The Ledger is in error also. Mr. Benjamin was known as a Jew, and on at least one occasion while in this city attended synagogue, and was "called up " to the reading of the Torah. The Emperor Maxmilian was an abstemious man as regarded the pleasures of the table, a laudable habit which was encouraged by all about him, who loved to feast royally at his expense, while he dined alone upon some simple dish. But the emperor had a taste for fish, and especially sturgeon; and one day he relished so much a dish of this last that, like Oliver, and to the equal surprise of the assistant he asked for more. " Extremely sorry," said the maitre d'hotel, "but there is no more sturgton." The emperor, perhaps, swore softly to himself, perhaps he merely whistled or hummed. Anyhow, after a pause he sent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 21 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG Fredericksburg, Milford, Doswell ANn POTOMAC PAII ROAD Ashland, and Klba, and other staAND POTOMAC KAU.KOAI). tions Sundays. Sleeper, New York SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 15, 1898. to Richmoncf LEAVE BYRD-STREET STATION. 2:4-5 P. M., Dally, except Sunday. Stops at 4:10 A. M., Dally, for Washington and points Widewater, Brooke, Fredericksburg North. Stops only at Milford and Summit. Guinea, Woodslane, MilFredericksburg. Pullman Sleepers *'«»rd, Penola, Ruther Glen. Doswell. to New York. Taylorsville, Ashland, Glen Allen, and Elba. Parlor-car from Wash--8:20 A. M., Sunday only, for Washington and ington points North. Stops at Elba, Glen Allen, Ashland, Doswell, Kuther 7:10 P.M. Daily. Stops only at FredericksGlen, Penola, Milford. Guinea, Fred- burg, Doswell, and Ashland. Pullericksburg, Brooke, and Widewater man cars Irom New York and v ,r- . >< i, ■< i o » .• .«• ,_• Washington. 8:45 A. M., Daily, except Sunday, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

New German Potatoes, New Einsen, New Green Kern, New Evaporated Peaches and Pears, New Norway Anchovies in Kegs, New Appetit Sild, New Edam Cheese, New Bent's Biscuits. Sole Agent for Virginia for Finest Hand-Made Egg Nudel—all widths, Eebkuchen and Spiced Drops, Stuffed Olives, Finest Dill Pickles and Kraut, Imported Berlin Zwiebach for Invalids and Convalescents, &c, &c. HUYLER'S PURE CHOCOLATE, only 35c. per lb. A SOUCITED. A. ROTHSCHILD, Grocer, 'Phone 354. 507 E. MARSHALL. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention VOLUME 10. NUMBER 16. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH Volume X—Number 16. RICHMOND, VA., OCTOBER 28, 1898. Whole Number 248. Mr. Lawrence Sycle is on a visit to relatives. Miss Emily Eisfeld is the guest of Mrs. Leon L. Strause. Mr. Emanuel Raab lias gone West on important business matters. Miss Minnie Sternheimer, of Baltimore, is visiting relatives in Richmond. Dr. Ernest C. L.'vy is in New York in the interest of his journal, the Medical Register. Miss Florence Rosenberg, formerly of this city, now of Philadelphia, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. Bottigheimer, 519 north Third street. Miss Myrtle Kursheedt, of New Orleans, who has been the guest of her friend, Mrs. Philip Schloss, for the past month, left for home last Wednesday. Mr. Simon M. Block, of this city, carried off the prize offered for the best story by the News Letter, the organ of the T. P. A. It is published in the current number. It is requested that housekeepers having cast-off articles of wearing apparel will kindly send them to Mrs. A. L. Straus, 905 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. government which arose amid the tumult of that great clash of arms this brilliant Hebrew statesman touched the *enith of his career and achieved hi» most celebrated triumphs. Such was the intensity of his devotion to the cause of the Confederate States that when peace settled again upon the country, at the sacrifice of the interests which he held most dear, he resolved to bury his American allegiance in the grave of the conquered banner. This determination was calmly reached and faithfully executed. Leaving the United States he went to England, where he began anew the practice of his profession, and soon rose to the front rank of the practitioners of that country. In some respects we doubt if Benjamin Disraeli was the equal of Judah P. Benjamin. In other respects we know that he was not. These reflections prepare us to expect great things of Hon. Joseph Simon, of Oregon. He will have to bestir himself if he intends to write in his own career in the upper branch of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTHsee close to the entrance of the old Ghetto an eightstoried house, every floor of which is inhabited. Signor Benjamin thought nothing of mountingits dark, damp, wooden stairs, over which the rats may be heard scampering, to visit and talk with the poor Jews, among whom his grandfathers had lived. He found pleasure in chatting with the daughters of Zion on the sun-lit terraces from which one looks out on Venice with her towers and palaces, and beyond where stretches the sea. 'Just as these,' he would say to himself, ' lived the women of my own family.' He was full of amiable little attention to the youngladies of the Ghetto; to this one he brought, perhaps, a bunch of carnations; to that one, a white kitten. Signor Benjamin won many a heart in Venice." KO BE able to learn something of the state of Judaism and Jewish communal life in Paris, one should pay a visit to that city at any time of year but the months of July and August. Like the grand boulevards, the Jewish i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. ihnk seriously of mixed choirs. There is no "reform" synagogue in Paris. Of course that word must not be taken in the sense that we i i this country understand it. " Reform "in England is "orthodox" on the continent and in America. There is no American or German reform synagogue in Paris where Sunday has taken the place of the Sabbath, or men sit in their places of worship with their heads uncovered. There has been a talk of establishing such a place of worship in Paris, and, phoenix-like, the question now and again spring into life and is warmly discussed. Eut it is a step which I rave reason to believe would meet with the most strenuous and vehement opposition on the part of some of the leaders of the community. Coming to the question of religious education, I found that there are two board schools which are principally attenned by Jewish children. These children are taught Hebrew and religion for an hour and a half, three times a week, either in the rooms adjoin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. THE JEWISH SOUTH. A JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF 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. With a race-war imminent in North Carolina and numerous Jewish political clubs forming in the North and West, it may indeed be said J that this is a year of calamity. Some of the theatrical people have commented a little harshly on Mr. Zangwill's lecture on the drama. Mr. Zangwill's shoulders are broad, and at $500 per night one can stand much adverse criticism. The financial affairs of the Roanoke (Va.) community seem to be appropriately placed. Mr. Silverman is treasurer of the congregation and Mr. Goldman holds the same office in the benevolent society. Likewise there should be no danger of politi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Jewish South — 28 October 1898

THE JEWISH SOUTH. •• Christian nation." This is a Christian nation, and it is so looked upon by the other civilized nations of the earth. Some Jewish writers take umbrage whenever the Jew is not dragged out on every possible occasion and held up to view before an admiring world. Let us remember that we are only one-seventieth or thereabouts of the people of this country, and that the other sixty-nine seventieths are entitled to make a claim now and then. The criticism of "T. S." is petty business to say the least, and sounds very much like ihe wail of a disappointed child. Let us do away with this constant quibbling over trifles and be satisfied; the Jew has no cause to complain of the treatment he has received in this country, and because at least three-fourths of the people are Christians some one chooses to designate it as a Christian nation, I don't see why we should grumble.—The Tattler i n Jewish Criterion. ancient s_naaoflue at GolcDo. Mr. Joseph Louis Powell, of the Royal Ac...

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