Clipped From Alton Evening Telegraph
Mlnersi* STAU.NTON, III., Juno 8.,-The miners of Sliiunton, heiulcd by tbe Stuunton Cornet Btinll and I'urk's Martini-Bind, marched out of town yi-nler.liiy ^morning to tho bridge over Cithokii I'n-ek, four and a half lntlo» northeiist of bore, wberd they met tbe miner* from Mount Olive, Olllcsple and Bunker Hill, und who hud assembled to hold a Brand muss-mcctlnir. Th* point of mi'HIInii IK eentriilly locutud lieln-een all Ihe places, and about HOO w*rc present. The meetliiL' wus iiddroisod by Lewis Els- selbnrdt, of Wordoiii nnd ninny others. Tbe object of the meeting was not learned, but from talk only It In supposed to lie about (be minor., now working the Ollles- plo mini's. The inthcrx huvn decided to stay out for a while, und no definite time I* known when they will go t« work, Tho aMomblage ret u rued ut ft o'clock and dls- pluyed the colors of the union and the Aiiicrlciin fine.