LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH LAST NIGHT. Tlio Slrusslo at Taris. Cluseret to be Tried for Treason. The London "Tinics" on the Legal-Tender Decision. Thiers Refuses a Commercial Commer-cial Treaty with Germany. Gciici'hI jVcivs. Survey for tlie Darieit Ship Canal. False Statements relative to the Joint High Commission. HIGCLAMTIOX BY MES-IDEM MES-IDEM GRAM OX THE Rl-RLIX L.VAY. FOREIGN. !N'ew York, 4. A dispatch from Paris, last night, confirms the statement state-ment that Issy has been re-occupied by the Communists. Torpedoes are placed near the southern forts. On a trial of them, five houses were blown into the air. Cuirassed batteries will be placed on the menanced points of the ramparts, and rails for the purpose will be laid in forty-eight hours. Gen. Rossel forbids all communication with the enemy. jS'o flag of truce will be attended to, and firing will go on as usual. A special correspondent telegraphed from Paris, at a late hour last night, that the Versaillists are still investing invest-ing with activity, and a decisive action is soon expected. A balloon with letters let-ters left the Hotel de A'ille to-day. A great meeting of all the republican societies so-cieties is called for Sunday, in the court-yard of the Louvre. Ledru Bollin will preside. It is reported that Cluseret will be tried for complicity with the Prussians. Dombrowski will be a member of the court-martial. Seals have been placed on the offices of the several notaries of the republic by order of the Commune. Kingston, Jamaica, 3. The jury in the suit of Charles Levy & Co., against Dickson, the American captain wrecked beyond Panama, returned a verdict for the defendent. The jurors were six to one, and were out only ten minutes. v oluntary contributions were fieely made to Dickson, as the plaintiffs will carry the case to the Supreme Courts and even to England. London, 4. The News' correspondent correspond-ent at Versailles says, on Tuesday night three divisions, commanded by JlacMahon, advanced toward the en-ciente, en-ciente, through the Bois de Boulogne, and the entire army corps was ordered to follow. Owing to circumstances which it would be imprudent to explain, ex-plain, the advance was not made. London, 4. A complimentary dinner has been given to Ashbury, by the Thames yacht club. The Times says the decision of the Supreme Court, respecting the legal tender act, is unjust, violent and a misfortune mis-fortune to the Union. Versailles, 4. The approaches to Issy are completely invested, and it is impossible for the garrison to escape. Cannonade and musketry continue, but the engagements are unimportant. Sixty prisoners have arrived. Favre has gone to Brussels to participate parti-cipate in the negotiations. London, Thiers refuses a commercial treaty with Germany, and Bismarck protests against the unjust discriminations. discrimina-tions. It is said the Commune requests the Orleans princes to leave.