LATEST NEWS BY TELEGRAPH LAST NICKT. FIGHTING GOES ON IN IN PARIS. The Place Vendome Occupied. Occu-pied. Palais lioyal Humeri. Streets Smeared with Blood, FEARFUL DESTRUCTION. PA It IS IN V LAMES. The Louvre Partially Destroyed. Des-troyed. SENATE SFECIAL SESSION The Treaty Ratified. GENERAL NEWS. ews from the Pacific Coast Etc, Etc., Etc. FOREIGN. London, 25, 3:30 a. m. Liitest dispatches dis-patches iiuni Paris say that Luxemburg Luxem-burg has been partially blown up I be Palais Royal is siill burning; onlj wie ihird of ihe Louvre has been aved Fighting coniiuues at the Hotel de VHlle auJ at the terminus of ihe norlh :rn railroad. : Martbal Me.Mahon with tuff has removed to ihe Place Ven-1 Ven-1 nne. A heavy rain is falling. New York, 25. A special dispatch ,'ives the details of the fearful s&'ne-:uacted s&'ne-:uacted in Paris yesterday. The Ttib une's correspondent sayv, fighting in .he Boulevards, Huusuiaun, Faubourg md St. tlonore was very severe; many muses are filled with dead and woun-led woun-led of both sides. The hotel of the uinister of finance is burning fiercely, ind the north side of the Louvre is completely gutted. Four walls only ol he Palais Royal are standing. Fighting Fight-ing is very severe around the Iljtel de V'iile, which is blazing, set on fire with petroleum. The British embassy building build-ing is much damaged, and the ofbee of irehives is burnt. The Plaee de la Concorde is terribly injured. Nro quarter quar-ter given. The Versailli-ts behave well co the inhabitants. A fire is raging in nearly every ftreet. The northern railway station is in the hands of the Versaillists. There is a heavy bombardment on Paris fiom the bariieades on the top of Rne Fayette. The Tribune's special curretp i i ent at Versailles, on Wednesday nigh:, -ays, General Vinoy telegraphs tliii ne has possession of the Hotel d- 1 v'iile, Belleville and Temple quarter. Six fires are visible. The Tribune's special correspondent it Paris says, the Place Vendome was lefinitely otcupied at four o'clock on Wednesday Jiorning. The. insurgents made a strong stand at Rue St. Hon-jre. Hon-jre. The Palaise Royal was set on are by the retiring insurgents. The japture of the Place Vendome made he T'uilleries untenable, and the insurgents in-surgents saturated it with petroleum aud set it on fire. The insugents are till fighting like fiends. In eastern Faubourg the population seem mad ith joy and the tri-color waves everywhere. every-where. The streets are quiet and the Ver.-ailles troops are orderly. A hunt tor the Commune leaders has begun ind the police are searching houses, rooms and cellars. Paris is enveloped in a dense smoke and is terribly dam-iged. dam-iged. The streets are smeared with oloodand are almost filled with debris. Another Paris correspondent de-cribes de-cribes the burning of the T'uilleries; mother that of the Hotel de Vide and he awful scenes accompanying. The Austrian embassy and ihe property of ihe Kmpress Uugenie was burued-Uaisse burued-Uaisse des Consignation is reported destroyed, likewise the Spanish em-oassy. em-oassy. Departure from Paris is impossible, ind travel through the city difficult md dangerous. Twelve hundred prisoners have been taken to Versailles. It is reported that Billoray was shot immediately lfter he was taken. Another correspondent telegraphs from Versailles, last night, that Paris I is being burned to the ground. The mad and frenzied insurgents deliberately de-liberately fired the Louvre, the Tuil-ieries, Tuil-ieries, Cour des Comptes, Hotel de Ville, churches and every public build-lug build-lug in the city. The conflagration is rapidly extending. This correspondent correspond-ent tried to enter Paris, but found it impossible. In watching the fire he noticed a tremendous increase in the volume, an i one-third of the city, he says, will be burned before night. Another correspondent from Versailles Ver-sailles telegraphs that the insurgents were beaten everywhere, except at Belleville and Montrouge. The chiefs are skedaddling. Delescluse is a prisoner. Dombrowski is a prisoner of the Prussians. Thiers announces that all the nationals nation-als will be disarmed immediately. A letter from Paris says the Ver-saillists Ver-saillists are masters of the situation, aud the city is in ashes. Boulogne, midnight, 24 It is rumored ru-mored that the Communist prisoners are coming to the same prison as Louis Xapoleon occupied. Paris, 25. There has been a furious cannonade all night from the insurgent batteries at Buttes Chamont. The hotel conflagration is increasing; the engines arriving from the provinces accomplishing but little. London, 25. The Daily .Aeic special says that Vinoy telegraphs that the Hotel de Ville is occupied. The insurgents at Saint Antoine, Belleville and Montrouge are fighting without leaders to cheek the Versaiilists. London, 25. It is said that negotiations negotia-tions are progressing between England and Germany for tho cession of Heligoland. Heli-goland. Versailles, 26. Thiers has issued the following .circular . We are masters mas-ters of Paris, except a small portion occupied by the insurgents to-day. The Louvre is saved; the Finance par- soil of Turin is ftrewn with insurgents; our loss is small. Thu army behaved admirably. Justice soon will be satis-lied. satis-lied. We feel hnppy in tho midst ol our misfortunes. IIWM'j cable, St. Denis, Thursday evetdng. Fighting has ceased. The Vcrsiulli.-ts have couipleto possession of tho ciiy. The conflagrations are uearly over.