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$1; A. Whitlock, $1; Miss Irma Rosenbaum, $1;
Miss Corinne Rosenbaum, $1; Sydney Syele, $1 ; Jo
seph Mitteldorfer, $1; Max J. Cohen, $1; Miss Iso
lene Moses, $1; Ellis Hutzler, $1; Ralph Levy, $1;
S. J. Binswanger, $1; Moses M. Marcuse, $1; Mar
tin Kahnweiler, $1; Miss Sadie Thalhimer, $1; Sey
mour Syele, $1; Milton Binswanger, $1; Miss Edith
Rosenbaum (Atlanta), $1; Miss Hattie Syele, $1;
Lee Syele, $1; Aaron Greenewald, $1; Lee Reinheim
er, $1; Dr. Charles Labenberg, 50c.; Miss Stella My
ers, 50c.; Miss Florence Myers, 50c.; Miss Cora Bin
swanger, 50c; Mr. Arnold, 50c; Mr. Dettelbach,
50c; W. H. Schwarzschild, 50c; Moses Rose, 50c;
Miss Rita Myers, 50c ; Miss Mary Thalhimer, 50c ;
I. Reinheimer, 50c; Newman Rosendorf, 50c; Miss
Birdie Fellheimer, 50c; Miss Fanny Mitteldorfer,
50c; Miss Lulie Millhiser, 50c ; Miss Miriam Mill
hiser, 50c ; Joseph Rosenstock (Petersburg), 25c;
Miss Merle Hcssberp (Danville), 25c; Miss Rita
Goodman, 25c; Miss Rosa Greentree, 25c; Miss
Etta Greentree, 25c; Miss Rose Goldenberg, 25c;
Miss Yetta Goldenberg, 25c
Congregation JSetb Bbaba.
The Sale and Assignmknt of Pews for the year
IS9H-'l)9 will take place at the Synagogue, on Sun
day, the 21st day of August, at 11 o'clock A. M.
All interested are duly notified to be present.
Henry S. Hutzler, Secretary.
Miss Stella, daughter of Mr. H. Bachrach, is vis
iting relatives in Newport News.
Mrs. Schiller, after a trip of several weeks, has re
Mr. and Mrs. S. Heyman and Mr. Masanter paid
a very pleasant visit last week to friends in Salem.
Mr. Iseman went North last week.
Mr. Morris Rosenzweig, of Philadelphia, Pa., was
in our city on a visit to his fiance, Miss Stella Schloss.
Mr. Schiller also went North last week.
Mrs. A. May is visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. May.
Mr. Louis Schearer, of Radford, was in town last
week. If report be true, Mr. Schearer will soon lo
cate in Richmond.
Among the visitors in our city last week were
S. B. Rosenbaum, Richmond; D. S. Einstein, Cincin
nati; Harry Klein, Baltimore; K. Sinsheimer, 0. R.
D. R >senheim, Joseph M. Cohen, and Claude J. Brand,
B "Mew U?orh paper Tttllanta to f?now.
Well, we have Spain on her knees, humbly begging
for peace nt last, and we hope that the "Yankee
pigs" will squeeze the rascally Dons and make them
squirm. We are afraid, however, that Uncle Sam
will be tricked by the wily Castilians and that the
treaty of peace will be both honorable and profitable
to Spain. There have been a number of things in
the conduct of this war which look as though patri
otism has been subordinated to "peanut" politics.
For example, why have Generals Fitshugh Lee and
Marion C. Butler been quietly shelved, and why has
no southern regiment been sent to the front ?
When war was declared and the call for volunteers
issued, the southerners were enthusiastic in their at
tempts to prove their devotion to the Union and en
listed in such large numbers that the quotas of their
States were filled three times over. The ex-Confeder
ates were only too glad of the opportunity to prove
their patriotism and their loyalty to the Stars and
Stripes. Regiments from Ohio, Michigan, and Illi
nois were sent to the front, but southerners —the very
ones who could stand the Cuban and Porto Rican
climates—have been kept in camp. Even the Sixty
ninth New York has not been allowed to fight.
President MeKinlev probably desires a second
term, and he may think that he will not obtain the
ft Established 50 years and still in the lead.
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designs THE COUPER MARBLE WORKS,
Fkee. 159, 161 and 163 Bank Street, NORFOLK, VA.
Rosh Hashonah is Saturday, September 17th.
ftoeto Njotto, flame aqd ftdifreft
50 Cards for 75c
100 Cards for $1.25.
Cash Must Accompany all Orders, Whether in
or out of Town.
IRosb Ibasbonab $ H?om Ikippur
Can Be Had at this Office.
Morocco and Gold, - $3.
Cloth Binding, - - $2.
New 'Phone No. 303.