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The Italians Must Go

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Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
July
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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Fixdlay, Uhio, July 2.- Five or six hun dred Italian laborera have lately tweu employed here on various enterpris??. ïhil large importation of fsreigu labor has aroused the wrath of Americau workingmen. Several secret meetings have been held and angry speeches made. Inmdreds cf copies of the following notico, ueaiïed by skull and cross-bones, were thrown about the citj' and posted on the vtalls: Ñiltalians wanted. Xotice is hereby piven to the honorable eouncil ot the village of Fiaillay and to all contráete rs and sub-contrnetors to take sorae action at once in regard to Italian labor, as it must, and shall be prohibited, from working on the public works of this city. The American laborers and tax-payers in the city have become thoroughly aroused, and advlseyou to be w.ivued in tnue and save you fiunher trouble. Many C'itizess. It is feared that the bad feeling vvül soon result in mob violence. as the leaders appear to be proceeiling with that intention.

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