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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 4 May 1871

.ACor. Lor.NERL-- The young rt on the corner, with his hat a little e - de, the stub of a cheap cigar in . r1uth, and a stare for every lady " -e:a, is a loafer. Do you know SLe gets money ? His mother earns 1ri bl by taking in washing. Porr Ssihe think. her boy will get work' .t e,' could find work enough to ;tr busy from early morn until i. f h'i wanted it, but he is a lazy 3a'd don't want work. If he gets ,. he,. iglects his work, or does it ,?,ly he is soon discharged. He works for the same mnan twice; or, t,b he is particular what kind of i,r he des. He is willing that his ,.her or sister should sew or wash to money for him to spend, but he is iie particular as to the work he does. a oks down on that sweaty carpenter c; ,urries past him, nods condescend : to his friend, the shoemaker, and , a whiff of smoke into the eyes of ,bed painters, with both h inds full a," and brushes. He couldn't borrow ta cents of any of them. They know h, wouli never pay it. They earn their onrey. ...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 4 May 1871

OFFICIAL JOURNAL. or rsT PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE ESECO l LERAL ASSEMBLY or Tas STATE OF LOUISIANA. Coninwed frum our lat1 Number) Mr. McMillen moved to adjourn. Yeas and nays were called, and the Senate refused to adjourn by the follow ing vote: Yeas: Blackman, Bowman, McMillen, Pierce, Pinchbeck, Thouans--6. Nays: Anderson, Antoine, Barber, Butler, Campbell, Couplkd, Daigle, Fish, Futch, Gallup, Harris, Herwig, Huneaker, Ingra ham, Jenks, Kelbo, Lewis, Lynch, Noland, O'BHar, Ragan, Ray, Smith, Swords, Sypher, Todd, Twitchell, Whitney, Wil cox-29. Mr. Hunsaker moved to take up House bill No. 264, to be entitled an act ratify ing and confirming a contract between the Louisiana Levee Company and the Governor of the State of Louisiana. By consent the bill was taken up. PasrEd its first reading. The constitutional rule was then sus pended by a four-fifths affrmative vote, the bill put on its second reading, and adopted. The cons:itutional rule was further suspended by a four-fifths af...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 7 May 1871

.sinn LVLos anu eyThure .: send Sunday it 114, d.d- t, New Wn m . BlOWN, -Earrom. A B. C. MAwJ.4V hldtsl d F..shioa ad Literary Contritnle per Trues or gMsawrrsex: -f eýrs sa.s. ... . . . . .. . . . ... 65 uE six M o s ... . .. . 2 50 Tun=i 11uxrr.?U5 ...... .1 20 TSEsoE COPTY. * 5 2 SIYvolE CoPT... ....... .... I)ROSPECTUS OF THE LOUISIANIAN. Is the endeavor to eslablish another je ublican journal in New OekasB, the proprietors d the LotuIaN1s, prApose to ti ll a necessity which has been long, and .unsetimes pDaintely-felt toexieA In the transition state of our peogle, in their strug gling eSorts t1 SaHta Oat pedltioe 1 the Body Politic, which we copcrve to be their due, it is regarded that muck iaformat on, gidance, *eneouragement, ouasael sad reproof have beer lost, in oonsequenee od the lack of a medium, through which these defciedes 'M#ig be supplied. 4! shall stove to make'the Lozannaux a desideratum in these resfecta. POLICY. Akur zeq{Wt*dnhes the Imslarhrzhh shall be " Repuh...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 7 May 1871

THE L@UISIAlIAU. PCBLISHED TdURSDAYS & SFr.DAYk. On'c: 114 Cannoniu.rr szrsr; NEw OnR-trLy L.1 WR. 6. IOIOW, Edilar sad ?lIkber A.L.. C. MASSEdNA. Solicitor, sad F ashosad Literary Contributor. OUR AGENTS, MISSISSIPPI: -Danie E. Yipung, Oeeawifle. LOUISIANA : -John A. Washington, Black Hawk, Concordia Parishj Hen.. G. L Kelso, .1e'sndri%; Antoine & Sterrett, Shreveport, A. c. Rath, Carroll Prisb, DISTRICT OF COJIUMIA ;Taees A. D. C ren. Washington City. ILLINOIS :-Leas B. White, Chiago. KENT'CKY :-Dr. B. A. Green, Loninvifll. NOTICE. iA1ll commpaications oast be addresod 'Editor 'f the Louisianiao," and anonymous letwri must be accorapanied by the same of the writer, not seoeuaruily for pubicaMea, hbt as an evideuns of good faith. We awe not responsible for the eplnleos of our contributors. UN.DAY MAY 7, 1671. OUR CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT I.V 18I1. ULYSSES S. GRANT. NOTICE TO StBSCRIBERS. Patrons of Tar LorFsaAYIAW, when re newing their subscriptions,should be care ful to slrays...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 7 May 1871

F ASHION (IO8I!P. 1tr "!flZ*N StUerh an wimten appear to be in u r garhl to the troablons dimes in n, LL is, probably it will be a long efore they will be able to procurc , ran and rreuch styles with ý to heighten their charms. buies, now i the time for you to d Idesign your own styles, and " , suit yourselves and as best suit. l en.uliar style of figure and com surely nothing can be more i the habit some of our Ameri ~Wmen have fallen into of blindly s style just because some one them it is the "latest fashion," while he saene time it may render them JioSa. S ts of walking dresses just touch ce Jstep ia front, and are only sloped r ,h toward the beck to make them ,,racefully. Howse dresses for after . a have the skirts a few inches on the f The walking skirts are not so , gored at the top as they were last Dresses for dinner and reception tuined often as much as three yards .- :gth, but usedily not so much, being y, aboet two yards. Overkirts are .4 very long, and are generally ope...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Louisianian. — 7 May 1871

.VF3TTO M 'WA~ Y.3'! ' OF MM-A ' STATE OP LOUI$IANA. Oetrinued fron our lad Number) No. 188, an act granting wharf privi leges to James H.' Crorove, of 'tstaebi toches parish. No. 198, an acts amend and re-enact An act entitled an act to regulate the oyster fitheties 6 'the ba v* and coM ts of the State of Louisiana, being act NcA I at the regular session of 1870., No. 260, An act providinglfor the re morpl of obstructions in Bayou14 in the parish of Lafourche. No. 113, on act supplementary to the several acts relating to the town of Tas gipaloa, fixing the salary of the nmy er and councilmen, and granting to soid mayor and council certain powers. No. 286, an act to reneiy the corpora tion of the town of Wingfield, itb the parish of Winn, to provide for-th goy erpment of the same, and to repealall laws heretofore enacted ci the same subject matter. H uue bill No. 184 an act to incot porate the Draining Company or New Orleans, to provide for the' drainage 6f New Orleans and the n gl~...

Publication Title: Louisianian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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