LATEST NEWS BYTELEGRAPH LAST NIGHT. THE CIVIL M AR AT PARIS Progress of the Artillery Duel. New Levy of Troops Ordered Or-dered in the City. CHURCHES PILLAGED. oOO Prisoners taken at Marseilles. The Archbishop of Paris Arrested by the Commune. A Desperate Conflict Approaching. Ap-proaching. 9 Congressional Intelligence Gencrsil Vcw. Later from Connecticut. The Joint High Commission Commis-sion Closing its Labors. FOREIGN. ?ew York, 6, 9 a.m., Versailles, 5. Forts Issy and Vanvres are resolutely resolute-ly bombarding Chatillon. The insurgents insur-gents wero unsuccessfully attacked at uight on the bridge of Sevres. There are rumors of disturbances at Limoges. Paris, 5. A proclamation by the Commune announces retaliatory measures meas-ures regarding prisoners. The S'oi'r Liberie, aud the Rationale are suppressed. sup-pressed. London, 6. The Times special from Paris says a levy has been ordered of men between seventeen and thirty-five. The chuiches of Madeline and Assumption Assump-tion have been pillaged. Paris, 5. The artillery duel betweer.' the Communists and Assembiyists continues, con-tinues, with - insignificant skirmishes. An attack is expected to-night. A monster conciliatory meeting will be held to-morrow. The AvicrNationale says there is yet no understanding between be-tween the deputies. It is reported that an infantry engagement occurred at Chatillon to-day. The centre of action ac-tion is removed to Montrouge. The prices o? provisions are rising. A manilesto will be drawn up demanding the maintenance of the republic, that the municipal body of Paris shall decide de-cide all questions relative to the organization organ-ization of the city, to instruction, finances finan-ces and public worship, with the guard i of Paris to be the nationals, as a basis of conciliation. The AssemblyLsLs occupy oc-cupy all the roads to Versailles. It is probable the whole column of Ber-geret Ber-geret are prisoners. Five hundred women and children accompany the Federalists. Versailles, 6. Thiers has issued a circular stating that the troops had entered en-tered Marseilles taking 500 prisoners. The committee fled and warrants were issued for their arrest Throughout France tranquility prevails, allowing reinforcements to be sent to Algeria. Thiers has issued another circular, reporting slight disturbances at Limoges. Lim-oges. The Communists had assassinated assassin-ated a Colonel, but were soon suppressed. sup-pressed. If Issy and Vanvres are attacked, they will soon fall. The insurgents are alarmed and are proscribing one another. ano-ther. Except Paris all the towns rally to the support of the government. St. Thomas, 5. JNews has been received re-ceived of the defeat of Cabral's army by Baez, near Azua. It is reported that Laperon's army is making progress pro-gress in the northern provinces. The country is anxious to' see the annexation annexa-tion question settled. Toronto, 5. Winnepeg dates to March 18th are received. The parliament parlia-ment was in session working harmoniously. harmon-iously. The Attorney General was ; going to introduce a new Supreme Court bill. It is said to be very simple, sim-ple, and does not oopy the French law of the provinces. The Indians are I j looking uneasily for a settlement from the home government for their lands. London, 5, 9:30 p.m. The Archbishop Arch-bishop of Paris is arrested by the Commune, Com-mune, charged with conspiracy against the security of the State. At last advices ad-vices from Paris the cannonading continued. con-tinued. The Peace conference at Brussels held a session of two hours to-day. One of the French plenipotentaries has gone to Versailles to consult with the government. j World's special, Versailles, 5. , Notwithstanding their defeats the Com-l Com-l munists have rallied all their forces in ; fans, and a desperate conflict will take place before the Government troops enter en-ter the capital. The Commune has j ordered all citizens between 17 and 35 i years of age to enter the ranks, and 1 this decree is enforced with rigor. I Massy, Blanqui and Gambou having ! incurred the suspicion of their colleagues, col-leagues, have been arrested and are in danger of execution. Prince Joinville has fled to Loudon. '. London, 6. A large French war- ship is ashore on the Goodwin sands, ; supposed to be full of troops. Assist-i Assist-i ance has gone to it. Ashbury's yacht Livonia has been 'launched. St. Petersburg, 0. The Official ! Journal publishes a ratification of the j Turko-Russian convention, abrogating : the Fuxine limitation.