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Volume IX—Number 12.
the city Sunday.
Mr. Roseoe Nelson, of the University of Virginia
was in the city on Sunday.
Mrs. Jacob Lewit, who has been quite sick with
la grippe, is much improved.
Mrs. Adolph Solomon, of Philadelphia, who has
been visiting her brother, Mr. Isaac Thalhimer, has
returned home.
Mrs. B. Jacobs has removed to Wheeling W Va
where her husband has been engaged in business for
several months.
Mrs. Sara E. Ullman and her two sons, Messrs
Leo and Sol, of Cleveland, Ohio, have moved to Rich
mond and the young men will engage in business
here. They will reside at 127 south Fifth street.
IlCl_man=t>ut3lcr, *
Miss Sarah Minah Hutzler, of this city, and Mr
Julius H. Wyman, of Baltimore, were married at the
Beth Ahaba synagogue last Wednesday night in the
fesence of an immense concourse of relatives and
ends. The bridal party was led by the ushers,
essrs. Henry S. Hutzler (master of ceremonies),
'Iton J. Straus, Joseph Mitteldorfer, Simon Block
won D Stern, M. M. Marcuse, and Meno Mittel
rfer, of Richmond, and Messrs. Augustus Wvman,
Block, D. Sehloss, S. J. Lion, and D. Dealham, of
ltimore. Next came the groom accompanied by
' brother and best man, Mr. Morris Wvman The
vver girl Miss Fannie E. Mitteldorfer, preceded
the bride who entered with her eldest brother Mr
Leroy Hutzler.
The ceremony, which was brief and impressive
was followed by a reception at the Masonic Temple'
At 11 o clock a superb supper was served, after
which dancing was resumed. At an early hour yes
ten ay morning the bride and gro;)m left an extended
southern tour.
The visiting guests were Mr. Robert McMannus,
Mr. Charles C. Homer, Jr., Mr. Dwight W. Luding
ton, Mr. Byron Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Wyman, Mr. Samuel Wyman, Mr. Mver Block Mr
Simon Wyman, Mr. Augustus Wyman, Mr. Maurice
Wyman, Miss Jennie Lion, Miss Spear, Miss Weiler
Mrs. L. lion Mr. John Lion, Mr. S.J. Block and Mr.'
Maurice Bock, all of Baltimore, and Miss Emerieh,
Miss YVemberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Kadden, all of
Petersburg
The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Flora and the late
Isaac Hutzler. The groom is a Virginian by birth,
THE JEWISH SOUTH
RICHMOND, VA., APRIL 1, 1898.
but has resided for some years in Baltimore, where
his ability as a lawyer has won him a prominent po
sition in the legal fraternity.
Beatb of _Br. 3uUiiß JBear.
' — _____
Mr. Julius Bear, one of our oldest citizens, died
i last Saturday night, after an illness of some length
The deceased was in his 79th year, and had lived in
l Richmond over fifty years. He was a native of
: Bavaria.
Mr. Bear was an exceedingly active man for his
age, and it was often remarked that for so old aper
• son he was extremely well informed on all the leading
questions of the day. He was secretarvof Benjamin
Lodge, B'ne B'rith, for over twenty years, and only
resigned the office lately to assume that of treasurer
He was also a member of Fraternal Lodge, No 53
Masons. '
The deceased is survived by a widow and five
children-Mesdames William Reinheimer and Moses
May, Miss Amelia and B. J. Bear, of this city, and
Mrs. Levy, of Durham, N. C.
The funeral was from the residence last Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
The pall-bearers were:
Honorary-Messrs. I. I. Strause, Jacob Lewit,
L. Nachman, H. Fisher, F. Weidenfeld, T E Gill Dr
C. Labenberg, Joseph Strause, Capt. R. W. Melone-/
Active-Messrs. W. C, Neal, M. M. Marcuse, L Z
Morris, Harry Marks, Samuel Jacobs, E. Bottitr
bsimer, C. Goldenbertr
tore. Delene Bernstein XDeao.
Mrs. Helene Bernstein, who by her kindly heart ■
and motherly ways had endeared herself to many
died at her home in this city last Wednesday morn
ing at 3 o clock. The deceased was born in Baden
seventy years ago and had resided in Richmond for
a long time. She «as the mother of Mesdames Wil
ham Newman and Schloss and Mr. A. Bernstein of
Urn city, and Mrs. B. Newman, of Big Spring, Tex
i he funeral was from the residence vesteVdav af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
fo*V See tbc JBattleship,.
Mrs. J R.Gill, Superintendentof the Male Orphan
Asylum, has arranged to run an excursion to New
port and Old Point on Easter Monday, April
11th The train will leave the Chesapeake and Ohio
depot, Seventeenth and Broad streets at H-'M) \ M
and returning will leave Old Point at 7 and Newport
News at 8 P. M., arriving here at 10.15 This ex
cursion will afford those who were unable to attend
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