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The Jewish South. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1893-1899, January 27, 1899, Image 1

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I CONRAD GROSS,
MANUFACTURER OF
ARRIAGES/WAGONS
No. 29 West Broad Street, Richmond, Va.
rticular and Prompt Attention paid to REPAIRING.
tt Tires pat on old and new Wheels.
en< 'Phone. 7H'i. Rubber Tire « heels Repaired and Re-rubbered.
r. pollard, jij. 'Phone 196. John bagby.
POLLARD & BAGBY,
©ul ILi_>iP_i%
Nos. 3 AND 7 N. ELEVENTH S REET,
HICHMOXI). VA.
ichmond Trust
Safe Deposit Co.,
Northwest Corner Ten h and Main Streets, RICHMOND. VA.
cts in all Trust Capacities. .Manages Estates, Lends Money, Etc.
Deposits Received and Interest Allowed on Daily Balances.
President, JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS.
ice-Pres'ts, JAS. H. DOOLEY, FRANK A. DAVENPORT.
Secretary and Treasurer, HENRY LAN DON CABELL.
|g|The Postal
*w Telegraph-Cable Co.
Encouraged by the j/atronajje of the Commercial Public and the
enthusiasm of its employees, continues its extension
North, South, East and West.
General Office, Richmond, Va., Cor. i3th and Main Sts.
Branch Office, Murphy's Hotel.
ONE SPOON
KIA baking powder.
The Best and most Reliable Brand ot Baking Powder on the Market. Perfec
tion in Quality. Absolutely Pure and Wholesome.
J. D. & R. S. CHRISTIAN CO., Sole Manufacturers,
RICHMOND, VIRCINIA.
IE YOU WANT A
H Monument.Headstone
*§ SECTION ENCLOSED,
It will Pay You to Consult
W.H.GOODLIFF,
l " ()nhteo(nl Cemetery, before
*" ordering ilsewhei c.
Traction Cars to the Door. 6HMO ND, VA.
Western-Union I££E
1217 E. Main St.. Richmond. Va.
RP2f9 Bell
I JBLJ] telephone and telegraph c °-
Manager's Office,
55S__i__■___J 1214 E. Main Street.
Business Telephones, $2.50 per Month.
Residence Telephones, $1 50 per Month.
Richmond Wood Working Co.,
Room 21 Chamber of Commerce Building, Richmond, Va.
MANUFACTURERS OF
Sash, * Doors, Blinds,
FRAMES, MOULDING, STAIRS,
Office and Bank Furniture.
Hard Woml Work a Specialty.
Xtbe IDre^fus Case,
WEBSTER, in the opening of his cele
-I_JK brated Reply to Hayne, remarked that it was
decidedly not useless, after all that had been
said in tine discussion, to return to its beginning and
state again what it was all about. Perhaps the
same thing may be said ndw about the Dreyfus case,
which has been more or less before the public for the
last four years, and which vr. c do hope may now be
reaching its final crisis. What will be attempted here
is, not to provide with arguments either those who
believe the ex-Captain of artillery to be guilty, or
those who hold him to be, according to Major dv
Paty de Clam's dramatic expression, the greatest
martyr of this century, but simply to state those
facts which lie on the surface, and which, in the heat
of the discussion to which this celebrated case has
piven birth, may have been somewhat forgotten by
the public.
THE FIRST RUMOR.
Late in the fall of the year 189 _, a Paris news
paper, which had then gained neither the notoriety
nor the circulation that it now possesses, La Libre
Parole, announced that a Jewish officer, who be
longed to the offices of the General Staff in the War
Department, had been put under arrest and was soon
to undergo trial under an accusation of treason.
Although La Libre Parole was known to be a fa
natical anti-Semitic newspaper, and as such .is time
and again leveled at members of the Jewish race ac
cusations which had proved totally groundless, the
statement at once produced in Prance the greatest
excitement. In the midst of the violent discussions
to which political questions had given rise since, and
even before, the establishment of the Republic, the
army had been the one subject upon which the French
had felt that, in sentiment at least, they were all
absolutely united. Especially had it been so since
the disasters of the Franco-German War, and through
the long and preserving efforts which had been made
with the object of reconstituting the military
strength of the nation. An accusation of treason
Old Dominion Iron andflail Worip do.
ARTHUR B. CLARKE, President,
RICHMOND, VA.
Cut Nails, Bar Iron, Tin Roofing, Horse Shoes.
Office and Works, Belle Isle.
I H U depend on
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proper drainage. Proper drainage depends on the use of drain tile. We would
like to tell you how to install an effective system of drainage, and quote prices on
Farm Drain Tile
Ssftifc Powhatan Clay Mfg. Co., Richmond, Va. F _T__.
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The R. W. Coffee Machine Works
R. W. COFFEE, Mechanical Engineer,
P. 0. Box J62. 90S E. Cary Street, RICHMOND, VA.
OurSpecialties-DEVELOPMENT of NEW INVENTIONS,
ard Designing and Building Special Machinery.
All kinds of.Machine Repairing promptly attended to. Fine Ma
chine Work solicited. We guarantee the Best Workman
ship and Materials. Correspondence solicited.
New Pho.ie 473. Gear Cutting of Every Description.
DAVID M. LEA SCO"
MANUFACTURERS OF
Jobacco and pgar l Box;e?
AND
PACKING CASES.
H. A. McCURDY,
Real Estate $ Loans,
No. 7 N. Tenth Street,
RICHMOND, VA.
Agency for Virginia Springs Waters
And MARX & RAWOLLE'S GLYCERINE.
PUKCELL, LADD& CO.
. Wholesale Drupgists,
5 Governor Street, RICHMOND, VA.
Dealers In PAINTS, OILS, DYES AND VARNISHES.
E. A. SAUNDERS SON,
Wholesale Grocer $ Importer,
Dealer in FINE CIGARS and TOBACCOS,
1330. '332 and 1334 CARY STREET,
and 24 and 26 PEARL STREET.
DAVENPORT. MORRIS _ G
Mbolesale Grocers
anb Importers, . . .
CORNER SEVENTEENTH AND DOCK STS.,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
- • JMINTH AND BANK.
CHARLES H. READ, Jr., j
721 EAST MAIN STREET, RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.
WILLIAM K. IHlbb LUmr-ANT
Government Contractors,
BUILDING
Torpedo-Boat Destroyers
"Dale" and "Decatur " and
Torpedo _E*o_its*
"Shubrick," "Stockton" and "Thornton' 9
FOR U. S. NAVY.
Richmond, Va. Ship Builders.

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