Hoodlum Article

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en- of a of by of of obstructions. 7 HE nOODLLllg. Tbe conviction of John Casey will relieve New Oileans of another hoodlum hoodlum who has been a nuisance here for eom years a specially troublesome one, who proved much harder to con vict than most of his tribe, and very nearly succeeded in escaping justice. The conviction bears evidence of the excellent jury we now bavs, and eu-coursges eu-coursges eu-coursges us to hope for other convictions convictions to follow. Thus the work goes nobly on, and the army of hoodlums is being rapidly reduced; sent op the river to work, some of the worst being already in Baton Iiotige. At this rate our supply cf hoodlums, which was unusually large wben this crusade began, began, will soon be reduced to a mere handful. In the matter of youthful hoodlums, who were f iat becoming as great a nnisance as the elder specimens of this race, it is to be booed the verdicts iu the case of the Malleus will prove a warning to them and convince tin in tbat they cannot annoy quiet citizens and make themselves disagreeable w ithout ithout being punished therefor. Whenever gentleman or lady is annoyed by these boys, be can now feel that Le hss tbe right to stop tho annoyance in a very forcible and eicphatic manner. WADiS ASSLMBhT PAIIADK. On the 25:h instant the Trades Ai- Ai- seiuMy w id celebrat the anniversary of tbe organization by tbeir annual the tache. comrades proml-neut waa cartie-oa-eorp next Tbe ending lative figures btates fourteen by these treme since since 37-. 37-. 37-. increase which eounttes cumbers. A Invented exhibition ingenious bearing all boiler the M-Ig should thinks resistance Id the its buaicess

Clipped from The Times-Democrat19 Nov 1885, ThuPage 4

The Times-Democrat (New Orleans, Louisiana)19 Nov 1885, ThuPage 4
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