Pahis, Mareh 8. The Journal Ojjhiel invites tho mayors of Paris and tho communes to address a deniand for a part of the fuüds sent by eitizens of Iho ÜLited States, and urges th&t a delégate et' tbe American Governnieut bo addtd to ihe Commiesion for its distribution. All tho theaters are preparing to rcopen as soou as gas can be gotten. ïhe Beuk of Flaneo will cemmeuce issuing bainnce sbceta on Thursday. Tho letter of Jules Simon is placarded everywbere. It anuounces the dcpositii-n of Napoleon, and declares liim regpoosiblc for the ruin and invasión of France. The appointtaent of Aurelles Pe Palladines ha-j given oflence, becaue of bis acknovvledgtU firmnoö uud talent He has a plan fur tlio reorgnnization of the National Guard which is upproved by Thiors. The National Guard is, lor tho futuro the roost diffieult problem. The disgraceful set-toa cnacted in Paris will soon be put dowu ÏOOD ÏOR PAUI8. Paris, March 7, Tho Piuseinns delivered to day to the French all the forts upon the lefc bank of tho Seino. Eir.pror William and st&ff bare left Vcrsai'les for Ferriers The Prustii&ns ora to pvacuate VersailleB coinpletcly by tho 1 1 tb iiist., and ihat ticighborhood by tho 17th. It ip hoped that the pn sott difficulties in Paris vvill pass over wi'hout terious disturbanoe. Illll Hl A riot oeeurrcd among tho negroes at Buffulo Gap, Virginia, Toesday night, daring which twe wero killed. Thj Gcnijau citizens of New York hvo decided upon having a grand proccibiou at an early day to celébrate pease.