STRIKE IN PARIS.
MILITARY CALLED OUT.
Last night passed without any disturbance being attempted by the strikers. The police on Saturday arrested 100 of the men, 50 of whom took a leading part in the La Villettee riot. Twenty-three remain in prison, and will be proceeded against, the remainder having been liberated. The prefect of police has decided that strikers of foreign nationality who have been arrested during the manifestations shall be dealt with by the tribunals and afterwards conducted to the frontier.
THE EMPEROR WILLIAM.
The EMPEROR WILLIAM will arrive here on Monday morning, probably at eleven o'clock. His Majesty will embark on board the Imperial yacht ' Hoenzollern' in the evening, and the whole squadron will sail at three o'clock to-morrow (Tuesday) morning.
THREATENING MR. GLADSTONES LIFE.
FRANCIS EGDON CLOTTEN, charged with writing a threatening letter to MR. GLADSTONE, was brought up at Liverpool on Saturday on remand. The prosecuting solicitor said the prosecutor did not wish to press the case. MR. W. H. GLADSTONE had been summoned to Scotland in consequence of a death in the family, and they were willing that the prisoner should be bound over to keep the peace. The magistrate acceeded to this course, and the prisoner was bound over for six months in the sum of L. 50.
VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER AGAINST LADIES.
At Cardiff, on Saturday, a coroner's jury returned a verdict of "wilful murder' against two ladies, named WILSON and REES, the latter the daughter of a physician, for performing an unlawful operation which resulted in the death of a MRS. WILLIAMS, the wife of a gentle man whose father is a clergyman of the Church of England.