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Strauss, of Charlestown, W. Va.
The funeral was from the residence last Wednes day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Rabbi Calisch officiat ing. Mrs. Hannah Newman, for many years a resident of this city, died in Baltimore on Monday last. The remains were brought to this city and interred Wed nesday afternoon in the Hebrew Cemetery by the side of her husband, John Newman, who was killed in the Capitol disaster, April 26, 1870. Mrs. New man was eighty-four years of age. Cbe Gbarltß Stall. The Ladies' Hebrew Benevolent Association will give a charity ball at the Masonic Temple, Thursday evening, January 20th. The committee in charge consists of the following ladies: Mesdames Samuel Cohen (chairman), S. L. Bloomberg, Myer Kirsh, Moses May, Meyer Syele, A.L.Straus, H.J.Myers, B.Jacobs, Henry Block, Ellis Bottigheimer, E. N. Calisch, L. Fellheimer, Harry Hirshberg, A. L. Jacobs, J. Jacobus, H. H. Kasprowicz, J. L. Levy, M. E. Marcuse, F. S. M} r ers, E. Millhiser, William Perlstein, E. Raab, I. M.'Rosen-- B. Schwarzchild, S. J. Binswanger, L. R. Schwerin, I. Thalhimer, E. Whitlock, Jacob Weil, Jacob Kirsh, D. Whitlock, Leon Wallerstein, F. C. Braver, I. Cohen, Myer Frank, L. Dettelbach, Arthur Levy, Amelia Heller, R. D. Stern, and Miss R. Whitlock. The supper will be by subscription, and the ladies will in a few days call upon the members of the com munity for contributions of eatables, and trust that their requests will be complied with cheerfully. "Motes Cbcatrtcal. The coming of Manola and Mason to the Academy of Music next Wednesday and Thursday means one of the most important comedy-engagements of the season. They will present their well-known comedy of..the German peasant life, entitled " Friend Fritz" — a play that has brought them forward as the fore most stars of tlieir profession. The harmony of the ' ' the play so cheerfully depicts is admirably ij: inning manners ol Miss Manola, i'u! study of the German lad some liulnor he gives it are A most i .., * rent is the coming engagement of Otis Skmiur anil his excellent compa ny at the Academy of Music Friday and Saturday, January 14th and 15th. There is no actor upon the American stage at the present time who holds so good and Well defined a position as this actor, for he is rec ognized as at the very head of his chosen profession. His knowledge of the technique and workings of the stage is perfect, and to this he adds the force of avast amount of personal magnetism, a youthful presence, a fine ph\'sique, and a handsome face. The play which Mr. Skinner will present is a new one, and one which should prove most interesting. It is a roman tic comedy with the scene laid in one of the smaller German principalities earl}- in the present century, and is a free adaptation of one of Robert Louis Ste venson's stories. Borfolk mews. Mr. Milton Hirschler has started on his initial trip on the road. His friends wish him success. Miss Jennie I. Hamburger, of New York, who has been the guest of relatives in this city for weeks, has left for home accompanied by her cousin, Miss Hamburger, of Norfolk. Mr. David Lee Hirschler, a medical student of the University of Virginia, has returned to Charlottes ville to resume studies. Miss Tony Jacobs has left for New York to spend the winter with her sister, Mrs. Isaac Alexander. Mr. H. Friedman is rapidly improving after a spell of sickness. Mrs. Henry Morris, of Tarboro, N. C, has left for Richmond. Misses Jessie Moritz and Rebecca Salomonsky have returned after a pleasant stay of two weeks in Richmond. Mrs. Louis Wertheimer and daughter, Miss Myra, are rapidly improving after a severe spell of sickness. Mr. M. Levy has returned to Philadelphia to re sume his law studies at the University of Pennsyl vania. Miss Amelia Schwnb,of Newark, N. J., after a very delightful stay with relatives in this city, has left for home, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wertheimer, of New York, who were visiting their parents in this city, have re turned home. Among the visitors in our city this week were Messrs. David Frankel, Hampton, Va.; S. Grief, J. J. Fay, B. Strauss, N. Whitehill, S. Wolfsheimtr, Balti more, Md.; Nathan Simon, Richmond; J. Blum, Philadelphia, Pa.; Leopold Stern, Sol. Levy, J. Jacobs, L. Newman, J. Frank, S. Metzel, Baltimore, Md. Mr. Samuel Haas, of Baltimore, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moritz this week. Mrs. William I'nger and children and Mrs. Max Borg, of New York, after a pleasant visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Prank, have left for their home accompanied by their sister, Miss Emma Frank. Mr. Jacob Hecht has returned from, a pleasant trip to Boston and New York. The children, grandchildren and a number of near friends assembled at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Lowenberg last Saturday night in honor of Mr. Lowenberg's sixty-sixth birthday. Many