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The King of Siam left Charing Cross by special train on Saturday for Dover, en route to Germany. Among those on the platform, which was carpeted, were a number of Siamese relatives of the King, who was attended as far as Dover by Lord Baggot on behalf of the Queen. A letter has been addressed by a number of Royalist young ladies of France to the Duchesse d'Orleans as their Queen, expressing a desire for the re-establishment of the Monarchy in that country, The P#<?hess d'Or}6an§ fc^s replied that she is deeply touched by the terms of the letter. M. Faure, President of the French Republic, arrived at Cronstadt on Monday morning, and was accorded a hearty and enthusiastic reception. His vessel, the Pothuau, was boarded by the Grand Duke Alexis, who welcomed him to Russia, and he was afterwards conducted to the Imperial yacht Alexandra, where he was cordially greeted by the Emperor in person. The vessel proceeded to Peterhof, where the illustrious party disembarked, and afterwards drove to the Palace. Having lunched with their Imperial Majesties, M. Faure in the course of the afternoon paid a series of visits to the Grand Dukes and Duchesses. EXECUTION OF THE SPANISH MURDERER.— Angiolillo, the murderer of Senor Canovas, was executed on Friday morning at San Sebastian. To the end he shewed no sign of grief nor contrition, and refused the ministra- tions of a priest. SUCCESSFUL PIG BREEDER.—At the Man- chester and Liverpool Show, held at Barrow-in- Furness last week, Mr. Jefferson, of Peel Hall Ashton, again carried off three firsts, two seconds, and one third prize with his noted herd. ACCIDENT TO COLONEL WAKDROP'S SON.- According to a telegram from Kaltenlent- geben, in Lower Austria, published by the Wiener Abendblatt, the son of Colonel Wardrop, British military attache at Vienna, a little boy of seven, has been knocked down by an omnibus horse and injured on the head. Colonel Ward- rop is well-known in Cheshire. When stationed at Manchester, he frequently hunted in the county. A MISSING BRIDEGROOM.—On Mondav 8.1 marriage should have been solemnised at Witton Church, Northwich, but in consequence of the bridegroom failing to put in an appearance the ceremony could not be per- formed. The parties belong to the working class, and the notices had been properly given. The marriage was arranged to take place at eight o'clock in the morning, and the vicar, as well as the sexton, were in readiness to perform the ceremony, but, after waiting for some time, they left the church. At the request of the bride, these gentlemen were again in atten- dance at two o'clock in the afternoon, but still it was impossible to tie the knot, through the non-appearance of the bridegroom, who, it was ascertained, bad gone to his parents. CHESHIRE RAILWAYMEN AT CHURCH. Mem- bers of the Crewe, Northwich, Winsford, and Moulton branches of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Servants, to the number of 160, attended a special service at Barnton (North- mi.chi_^rish Church on Sunday afternoon. The i Ml way men were met at the entrance to the village by the band of the H Company 2nd V.B.C.R., and the district was pro- cessioned. The service at the church was conducted by the new vicar (the Rev. O. E. Rice), who spent sixteen years among the Crewe railway servants. A collection was taken in aid of the orphan fund. After the service, Mrs. J. Unsworth, of Crewe, presented to the vicar, on behalf of the Crewe members of the society, a dainty silver cruet as a slight recognition of the reverend gentleman's labours on behalf of railway servants. The Vicar expressed his sincere thanks, and referred with pleasure to the time he had spent at Crewe. He expressed his sympathy with the various benevolent movements organised by the society, and particularly with the orphan fund. • CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS are warranted to cure, in either sex, all acquired or constitutional Dis- charges from the Urinary Organs, Gravel and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Estab- lished upwards of 30 years. In boxes 4. 6d. each, of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or sent for sixty stamps by the makers. The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Company, Lincoln.

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