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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

*1 SfiV&eM fP ft'fa (jr."** W*, fa*'' A. BS''' m- .teriv:-. IW" U'i:' "?vV Bit FC 0&, 11-^ fe VOL. 19. &fe3:« i. l$-s •. Im- PMODSfGONTlNtJl Columbia River at Portland, Or., Still Rising at the Bate of a Foot an Hour. BUSINESS DISTRICT FLOODED. From Two to Ten Feet of Water Flowing Through the Prin cipal Streets. PORTLAND, Or., Jtine 4.—It has been a busy day in Portland. All day long merchants in the flooded districts have •been moving ont goods or raising them on platforms above the water. The river continues to expand every honr and the situation becomes more peril­ ous. The weather has become cooler here, but no reports could be had from Eastern Oregon and Washington, the source of all the flood. Telegraph wires north and east are down and it is impossible to obtain any news of the situation along the Columbia river. The river here is 31 feet above low water, and every 2 hours adds "to it from 8 to 12 inches. Three-fourths of the wholesale district is under water fro...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

A ftv'i 8#.' •1'r&ii***?, lite •£f£-' &W s?& S 1 Btew*v7 TAXING THE FARMER RECORD FROM .THE LAWS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES. What May Be Expected From Southern Domination In Congress—Special Taxes Imposed Upon All Farm Products—A Tenth of the Tater Crop. Business called 5ne to Virginia last peek, and of course I went to Rich mond. There are a good many politi­ cians in Richmond, and there are a good many free traders among them. They are all brimful of politics, hut they seem pretty thoroughly disgusted because, with the large majority of their party in office, they have not been able to make a force bill out of the Wilson bill. They want to down the northern, eastern and western industries, and to down them quickly and thoroughly. They believe that free trade will kill all chance of future prosperity in these sections by preventing any American manufacturing unless at European wage rates, and they also believe that the in­ come tax will squeeze out of these man­ ufacture...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

»%$ I iLr' :i KILLED BYMIIITIA /1 Indiana Miners Shot Down While Interfering: With the Moving I of Trains. EAILROAD BRIDGES DESTROYED# v" Four Men Shot From Ambush at the Powellton Mines in West Virginia. INDIANAPOLIS, June 5.—A special from {Sullivan to The Sentinel says: Parties who have just come in from Farmersburg report that the militia fired on the strikers ai& killed four men. News has just reached here that the strikers are burning the bridges be­ hind the coal train. Herbert and Sam Wolseyj coal operators, have just come in from Shelburn to escape the mob of miners that was after them with a rope. Colonel Ross has just arrived from the south with five companies of militia. They are waiting here for orders and will probably join General McKee's command. The country in direction of Alum Cave is very wild and hilly and no operations will bo at­ tempted during the night unless the strikers take to the brush. FOUR MINERS KILLED. Workmen Fired 011 From Ambush 1 ovrelltoh, W....

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

**$• 'ftp 4 JFjSf: Spf wl' Nb'j II5'' flk.- IKS IP •$$$*$ COST COMPARISONS. AN UNANSWERABLE ARGUMENT AGAINST FREE TRADE. Wages and Cost of Living In Trenton And Tunstall, England—Facts Gleaned From Consular Reports—Protection's Benefits Clearly Shown. Mr. Bayard, when that genial but cot particularly successful statesman was in charge of our foreign relations, ran the consular reports of the depart­ ment of state as a political annex. He promptly deposed the chief of the bureau and put a Brooklyn millionaire in charge, who proceeded to so edit and suppress reports as to favor free trade doctrines. Mr. Blaine dropped the mil­ lionaire and restored the former chief to his place. Mr. Gresham again shoved the chief of the bureau down a notch and put a tried Democrat on deck. The present chief is not a millionaire, but he means well for the Democratic doc­ trine and has been making desperate efforts to get such consular reports as would be of service. Unfortunately there was an interregn...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

:v'il i'8B fe'- i'y. Tfc be Oiven at St. Gabriel'sOr |fa«h*g*on Wednesday? -vjfurie 13. in AT^ramatlcT^etttertainroent under the auspices of I. Staples, Mayor of Little Falls, by the orphans who are under the care of the Franciscan Sisters will.be-given-at St.jUabrieFs orphanage evening, June Especial care has been''-taken in preparing the program and it prom­ ises to be instructive and entertaifi in*?i: All are invited to attend' (ind enjoy it besides contributing toward a worthy cause. Following is th»!? program: Music by Harmonia Band,, Germaine part i. Tableau VI vanti Germaine part 11. Song by the Orphans. Germaine part ni. Tabeleau Vivant. Addresses by Right Rev. G. Bauer of St. Cloud and Mr. I. E. Staples of Little Falls. Music b.v Harmonia Band., Admission, 25 c^nts reserved seats 50 cents. Tickets on sale at the stores of Richard Bros., L. Brown, M. Maurin, N. Michaud, P. J. Tom elty, J. W. Berg and Herron Bros. Elm Bale. County Superintendent J. H. visited the Elm Dale sch...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

$ |te l/Mv plfe fS*" i|5- V" ..ffc tl l" %'V §p« |pa&' *fN 'J Sv Si 4 Ml) *TfS #1 & \«r s&Ch. Couu+ies (TOE. FILLS. TRANSCRIPT By The Transcript Pub. Co. PUBLISHED EVERY FRID AY. SUBSCRIPTION I rt"tr y®*r «... 4 mvotns......... fxWfflontha.... if?.' S- ADVERTISING RATE8 LOW. LITTLE FALLS, ADVERTISING BATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. PiofesBionalCaids, 1 month....' 1 inch, one month... 2 inches, one month,. S inches, one month,.... 4 inches, one month,.... 5 inches, one month, 10 inches, oue month, 20 inches, one month", ......15.00 40 inches, one month.......... 25.00 Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per 'week. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r $5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one year .10.50 3 inches, one year ..15.00 4 inches, one year 18.00 5 inches, one year. 21.00 10 inches, one year". 36.00 inches, one year...: 60.0(» 40 inches, jne year.... 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion per line more than one insertion, 5c per l...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

i* iM Pi .•-,Vv' !-5* .•#« Vv^^^'.''-'^* vt"« ,£. sf ':fl *v 2:45pm 1:25pm f:vVv ••', HI r4 *\v tir .f t, FiK .^ftf jfOB PRINTING THE TRIM? JOB TFFlCt NOW SUPPLIEjJ^WlTH 1*EW MATERIAL, ^Md. x''^ 7 ft•!*'••'./' S-F'i •Vf- i8#IW:- |^S:\ 6:25pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:l5§m 10 05am 7:lqam TROOGHOUT. NEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. ..'IMMtUCWUrUWi ISS!?':-: (Nprthern Pacific R.R Co., |te::: .LAjBgc STEME OAED. •'.? LvMinapols.Ar I.V.St. Paul.'.Ar Lv.Dukith....Ar Lv. 8:40am 8:WOam 11:10am 8:15am 5:00pm Ashland.. For full information apply to your .nearest agent or JAS. €. POND, GernPata. ar Tkt. Agt., Dr. Niven June 23 and 24. The children in Miss LeRoy and Miss Toziers' rooms at the Columbia building held a very pleasant picnic Friday. A.B.Johnson, one of the section foremen at this place, has gone to take charge of a surfacing crew west of Jamestown. Ed. Mahan has repaired the ma­ chinery for the transmission of pow­ er to his factory and it works better than ever before. Attorney A. P. Blanchard has mo...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

:'W. it 1 P": ft* 8 vmt rK, '•m fe •ia fr Pitched Battle at Little's Coal !, Mine Between Strikers and MM Workmen.! {*#3* f, HUNDREDS O.-tfhS t-i 0F| SHOTS. rflEED. *.i i» ~*v *Ji... One Man Dead, Several Wounded and Shaft House Burned. *v"* •".••-/" -1-' 'i'-'V' BLOOMINGTON,Ills., June 7.—A Pan tagraph special from Pekin, Ills., says: There was a bloodyb^ttle at Little's coal mine, five mil^Mro the Illinois that 500 miners fro&:west of thejrper river from Pekin. Word waitf re­ ceived at Pekin daring the mdrning were about to attack the mine. Sheriff Frederick swore in a posse and set out for the scene. The strikers assembled at Bentonville and crossed the Illinois river by ferries. There were about *400 menand some women. The leader of the strikers, with a revolver in each hand, cried out, "Follow me," and the crowd charged on the mine. The two Littles and their two sons and a colored man re­ treated to the tower above the shaft and opened fire on the attacking party, some of w...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

-*'.J S.-• J: if' Vi'Ji kh I|k IM: I: bM3* smt RNNURL -Itusi nii iSiiWiS $#t fi 3'"'' Central Conference of* '^8fif^^M^^*iQj|j|| Churches pT''#f Plif fir lis# ,Jpi te'f w- Following is the Central conference this weed: 2:30--brganiza€ion. Discussion. «|®A»ndaia. ::5% Ifr 4- p$&i In l^ittte Pall 3:00—Paper and Discussion.—The Personal Responsibility of Mem­ bers Not on Committe, Miss Edith Smith, Sauk Centre. 3:30—Five Minute Papers My One Talent. 1 How to Find It......Miss Sadie Fuller, Little Falls. 2 How to Train It Miss Clara Whittemore, Glen wood. 3 How to Use It Edward M. Mclntyre, Belle Prairie. 4:00—Evangelistic service. Pray—"Pray Ye the Lord of the Harvest that He May Send Forth "Laborers into HJs Eiirvest." Miss Lucy Purdon, Alexandria Give—"Neither Will I Offer Unto the Lord. My God, of That Which Cost Me Nothing." Rev. W. H. Evans, Big Lake Go—"The Field is the World the Good Seed are the Children of the Kingdom." ongre ld 1 Large attendance .,1'••••"•' i"I ."'• --, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

0 .•W-W 4who I.*. ?«5s, •iv r''." r* Jfe#/ fc. Mv "J ••1$ fetter* rV. I is & &§ WHAT IS BEFORE US? _«L •'THE TIMES ARE RIPE AND RIPE FOR ^3^ C' K"f Poohpooh it as you may, there is nothing but truth in the declaration that the men and women whose indus­ try has made this country the fairest and most fruitful on earth have been robbed of the products of their toil, and many of them are left to fight starva­ tion in the midst of the wealth they have helped to create. They have tried in their honest, confiding way to secure protection in their rights from the leg­ islative powers of the land and have been told that "this is not a' paternal government. What you ask is in direct conflict with the spirit of our institu­ tions. We legislate for the whole people, not for a special class." And the poor wretches have gone their weary way, hoping against hope, while the night grew darker and the storms gathered. To come right down to the present, congress has been in session during all...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

i§ fcSr Ay $ '-A'"''••-* t* 5 *yj k- M" [4 I P'SSJ":- I Ifei- If?1 m. WIDE TIRES TESTIMONY. •Tbeir Superiority Over (he Narrow ffli Observations ofaFarmer. :-. I wish to give my observation and ex­ perience. I have a lot of teams to look 'ter, and we hare on the farm but twd fw tired wagons. In the spring of 1891 when hauling manure the wagon jf^with 8 inch tires and the one with LU\. xi^ inch both went to the field together, the loads being equaL-'When ih the field, the broad tired drove in and unloaded the narrow stnck. Four horses were put to it to get it to a place to unload. The condition of the field was the same, bro^d tires on top of the ground,* harrow tires in ground about eight inches. pin addition to the farm I also own the largest sawmill piant in southeastern Indiana and now use wide tires on all wagons, none being less than inches. The common dirt roads (clay) have no stone on theuiin this country, and roads that are used by common farmers are cut to pieces—all rut an...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 8 June 1894

ten-. 0$ $ St§ai^ it W •K, .fe^ 1 Hi t4I THE* ROADWAYS^ OF IOWA. HHft ij -How the Prevailing Dirt Road Might B« While macadamized and grav^ ~oads lore yet far in the distance e~ jt ft limited localities near the large cities in Iowa, writes Henry Wallace in Qrpod Roads, there is very much that can bo done, and that, too, without any ex­ pense beyond that already incurred, and that should be done at once. There is no better road in the world than an Iowa •dirt road when it is good. It is smooth, is easy on tho horse, even if some- AN UNDRAINED ROAD. times dusty, and its continuance in this state of grace varies with the years, sometimes six months, sometimes ten. All that depraves a country road in Iowa and readers it horrible to contem­ plate and a source of profanity both in­ ternal and external is uncontrolled wa­ ter. Speaking not now of country roads leading to cities, where there is a great deal of heavy hauling, but of tho roads for country use, all that is needed to make a ro...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

feK .: „f fe' VOL. 19. E 1 :1F •Sil^ ONE DEAD AND MANY WOUNDED. Indignities Offered "Blackleg" Workmen precipitates the ^:TrOUble. STATE TFIOOPS FIRED UPON. 3* Another Battle in the Pennsyl­ vania Coke District Results -in Loss of Life. '"/'V ^7/^- An Attack From Ambush Made on Ohio Militia at Wheel­ ing Greek. UNIONTOWN, Pa., June 11.—The truce is ended and again the armed deputies in the coke region have made a killing. One striker killed, two others dying and a fourth shot through, is the result of the battle at Lemont. There were six deputies on one side and" a mob of strikers on the other. Unbiased testimony is to the effect thai the mob not only provoked but com* pelled the deputies to fire on them, after tbe strikers had compelled them to r«treat and had fired several shots at them. The circumstances leading up :tp this I Latent of the Many Tragedies jof the coke region were developing [since Saturday afternoon. Four Ameri­ can workmen, John Delaney, Oliver [Atleby, John Brit...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

'•*y ••s&fcr •. •I ^i- Hit: sWi' Ss'$ %*&. tm:?/ ^•V Si FOOTSORE THEY STUMBL# ALONG TOWARD THE GREAT FATHER,^ There Are Some Persons Who Do Not Yet Understand the "On to Washington" Movement—A Terrible Iespafr Still Un der Control-r-The Chicago Contingent. [Special Correspondence.] The commonwe&l movement, if it is "insignificant," "bound to be a fizzle," as said, still occupies considerable space in every daily newspaper, with news from different parts of the country where various divisions are progressing—-re minding one of the war news so eagerly read 30 years ago—and editorials as to the whys and wherefores of the ques­ tion. Still it is scarcely a safe subject to write about in anything but a daily. Before this reaches your readers some unlooked for and important event may have transpired which will put anew phase on the matter, or the legions, dis­ couraged and disheartened with suffer­ ing, may be scattering, sinking away from a prominent, collective, purpose­ ful...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

JP*?' Vr' tU is&r VO?' 1 IP! It #1 i. A •$:-• (both twas 4-' 1 SETTLED. .r. Minersand Operators Confer at Columbus, O., and Agr&il on a Scala r*~ WORK TO BE RESUMED MONDAY 4 *1K" •f-V'Vl ". 'C-S&/5' Hope Expressed That Similar Ad^ tion Will Be Taken in Other f'"- Districts. COLUMBUS, O,, June 12.—Miners and operators in this district have agreed to la compromise and work is to be re­ sumed on^Monday next, on condition that the new scale is approved ty the national board. The conference was in session all day and about 5:30 p. m. the scale committee announced that an agreement had been reached and was being drawn up. The compromise was on a basis of 60 cents in Ohio and 69 for Western Pennsylvania. The agree­ ment i3 not to take effect until next Monday, June 18, the miners desiring to have a week to submit the matter to the various districts, as much opposi­ tion to the compromise is expected and the miners will have to le prepared to accept it. The .Agreement Ratified. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

!£v p/"- f:: 'fu fe-: 4 4 4 *P' •••V." Seclaring »W &l •& W fc fr* :-m& ?•!». Kfy Michael Bakounine Called the Original Nihilist PROGRESS OF THE PROPAGMDA. fhe Evolution From RevolutioBarj Theo­ ries to Incendiary Acts—The Work of Krapotkine and Elisee Reclus—William Mowbray Coming: to America. The original nihilist, the person to whom the modern school of anarchism can be traced, is said to be Michel Bakounine, who, belonging to the Russian aristocracy, studied in the school of cadets at St. Pe­ tersburg and afterward entered the army of the czar, ^hen he resigned and went to Bgrlin in 1841, he was 26 years of age, having been born in 1815. He had al­ ready studied the German philosophers Schopenhauer and Hegel, with Hezzen, -kkasofif, Bjelinsky and Katkoff, all of whom, like the young Germans of the epoch, were more or less revolutionary. He wandered all over Europe, had as as­ sociates the socialists and revolutionaries 9f all countries, edited social reviews and BAKO...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

f. W «$T -f,i, HrEXCITIKG t,.-,. L^'in ,y** ., fan jf*#? J./' "TV« ?^A, S2: 44on is??®#' Jumpty ^Ider (SIMPS. Steeplechasing is on outcome of fox hunting, and it is said that one of the first steeplechases was the impromptu contest of a party of unsuccessful fox hunters, who agreed to enliven the day's dull sport by racing toward a church whose spire pointed heavenward several miles from where their horses stood. The first man who touched the church with his whip was declared the winner. The sport soon became popular among English hunts? NOT UNUSUAL AT "THE GTSAVE." men, courses about two miles in length w«re designated by flags, and long before the end of the last century cross country racing was a prominent pastime. About 1841 the present scheme of handi­ capping was inaugurated, and now the amount of weight a hunter carries is de­ termined by its past performances over the jumps and with little reference to its age, size or sex. For years tho Grand National Steeple­ chase over th...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

I, hSV fa­ il mr W jr$.- 6 .*»»e y«»cr. iTTLE FALLS TttANSCRIPT I?BY THIS. TBANSCBIPT PUB. CO. »*&$•• PYGU6|TBD EVESY FBWVY ...i 9 X. t&Lf 3 rt«6 month*.........— .-*••« AIWBHTIBING RATES IX)W.? LITTLE FALLS, Profewsional Cards, per y'r $5,00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, one yea r. 10.50 3 inches, one year 15.00 4 inches, one year*....... ..18.00 5 inches, one year.* ..21.00 10 inches, one year 36.00 *20 inches, one year 60.00 40 inches, jne year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more than one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY .TRANSCRIPT. Trofessioiial Cards.. ...$1.25 1 inch, one month... .... ....1.75 2 inches, one months 3*25 3 inches. one month 4.50 4 inchesi one month ........... .......5.2o 5 inches, one month 6.00 10 inches, one month ...10.50 20 inches, one month 18-00 40 inches, one month 32.00 Republican State Convention. A Republican Convention for tbe State of Minnesota will be held on Wednesday, the 11th day of July....

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

T* •«$* fr'•"*•' *'?r ,S a -t %v i" -, **^K 4 ur S 'i Hf mikm. nil y^/v: 'rifv mi •is 4\ -1 H# ISIIVIAW^. DUS JOB PRINTING rf fwSlilPT *M OFFICi **x I'ii 'iVii KEAT, CHEA? .% t/ 3 Passenger Train Time Table. •ite *, »c# gap? »-?--'--".^W|CJ,T-BOUND. No. 1 Pacific Mail.......... No. 5 Fargt Passenger .. No. 7 Dakota Express..... No. 57 Staples Accommodation...... No. 11 Brainerd No. 101 Morris X-* F, EAS,T. BOUND. No. 2 Atlantic Mail No. 6 St. Paul Mail ,.i.... No. 8 St.'Pa-tilExpress No. 12 Arrives from Brainerd., No. 102 arrives Irom Morris,. Nos. 101,102,11,12, 5, 6, 57 and 58 do Sundays. J. W. WARD, Agent. Dr. Ni veil Juop 23 and 24. :.— A (laugh ter was born to Mr. Mrs. Noah Moran Thursday. Eight young ladies from the St. Cloud high week. A meeting of the local board of un­ derwriters was held at Victor Schallern's office. George LaFond's resignation as president was ac­ cepted and John Wetzel was elected in his place. Mr. Hyde, of the Interstate Milling company is at Red Lake F...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 15 June 1894

AS~V *f .••» iA-r5«'- -v: te 0' ip §C:: '*5 Irfe 3 •w. V' V: Mr^ar-tfraw. J5W*1 IC" Irove PITTSBURG, ,s|g 3ML... Nilslfsi 1 HR* •V-- Vv v1. tiK*'&%ffeS4 -A J- ww^ir* ASKED Illinois Miners Displeased With the Action of the Union Officials. BIG MEETING AT SPRING VALLEY. Official Circular Issued Regard­ ing the Columbus Set­ tlement. SPRING VALLEY, Ills., June 14.—At a delegate meeting of the Northern Illi­ nois miners here, at which at least 10,000 miners were represented, it was unani­ mously voted never to dig a ton of coal until operators restore last year's prices. From now on the operators will not only have the foreign mineis to combat but the English speaking miners as Well. Resolutions were unanimously adopted expressive of the feelings of the miners of this district. These reso­ lutions, referring to the Columbus compromise, declare that We, the miners of Spring Valley, Ills., in mass meeting assembled, be­ lieve that such action on the part of the national officers to be...

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