Martial Law for Russia. SENERAL MOBILISATION EXPECTED, Paris, Wednssday—Tbe P<>tit Journal's Bt. Petersburg correspondent says In orier to repress the disturbances that agitato the Empire tgeaetalmobiiisatioahaa, it is stated, been decided upon. The Govsmment of St. Perterabnrg and Mos- cow alone will famish 50.000 reservists. It is asserted that the whole Empire will be placed auder niartia.1 law. This decision, it is stated, has been reached since the recent disorders.—Renter. Paris, Wednesday Moraine.—So alarmingly is the gravity of the attaationin the Caacaana in- creasing, says the St. Petersburg correspondent of the Echo de Paris," that the Viceroy has decided to leave Kislowoclst for Tiflia. It is feared that a separatist movement is being inaugurated by the Caucasian nationalists.— Central Hews. To Paralyse Empire's Industries. -St. Petersburg, Wednesday.—Revolutionaries are at work in the coal mining districts trying to bring aboot a general strike in order to disable industry throughoutjthe Empire, in view of the lack of oil fael. The report of a contemplated- strike among coal miners is creating a fooling of great anxiety.—Renter. Riga Prison Stormed. Riga, Wednesday.—Last night two political prisoners, who had acted as ringleadeis here, were rescued from the Central Prison. The rescoera billsd two warders and one policeman and aevotalpstieemen were wounded. Two of of the rescue party were arrested.—"Renter. Riga, Wednesday.—About three o'clock this morning a crowd of from 50 to 100 persona attacked the Central Prison here and cat the telepinae wires. They succeeded in entering the eourt of the pri«on by climbing the walls. Whila one section attacked the warders, killing two and seriously wounding three, the remainder forced their way into the cells and liberated two im. portant political prisoners whom they carried off with tbem. Two policemen and a. night watchman pursued the crowd and firing ensued. One policeman was killed but the other policeman and night watch- man, assisted by a. drosky driver, succeeded In arresting a Jew.—Renter.