DiitmEKNBsa.T-PcrryIlicckcr; and " r... Eccles. wero" confinedk" the7.c.ity ispn ,on Monday; night, lasti arid ! . on 4; lesdayi morning, were broiighttbeforo m derroan Clinton ,"bnS4 charge -of i mKc1ihessVfbi;.TThicli tlioy werplfined ai Oeabh. a pQiaoBRBPplRT.Joh and muel GrahanijWcro arraigned bofore & dennan Clinton of this city on the al thlnsu charged with' stealing goods Jl m thO storey dt William "Nixon and 8 jorge Ooddardf The parties plead y dty tp tho charge j and gave up the odi,. Tho court fined thom 75 each, ich was immodia,tely paid. ' Tnosc Ditoiies aoain In passing 11 our, daily round lhrough tho city, it res us pleasura to sco Our citizens pi gaged in carrying out tho suggestions ercd tbem through the public press, opening arid cleaning, out tho Water p, chosyin front 61 their rpsidencPS and 'v s,- previous 'tp' another' frcozo up. m is is as It should; bo. Wo dft not lh 0 our supervisor' to have- the onus of u eping cvory-ditch in Uio cityasclean m itVught tobo, or our citizens to bo tiroly dependent upon ;his jtidgniont 60 r ineir own convenience anu com- rt. ' " "' ' MbnB-SfEAt.iNq.--On Tuesday ni ht Wcdhesdaymtirriirig, a U. S. mulo e sd by JohnPoundi of tho 7th Man- , ,wasritolen from Jackman's Stable. , scording to what we havo been able v leirn from tho proprietor, tho thief ii 1st . have been Becretcdin tho staplo jvious to tho departure of tho ostler, one of tho doois was fastened by u ivy padlock on tho outside, and tho 11 or the. piulo was token through was oked on tho inside. Tho mule was b ected from some twenty or thirty id of horses and mules. We were. u prmed that this was tho first animal " it Mr. Jackman bad been so unfor- tate aglose from his stable; and Jj y a govcfttient mulo should have been B acted from amongst private property i iho samo kind, hejs unablo to divine, at mt wimoW Mmss,' ;we bebiM mowei Mrtb, pn roeAfof hMcs, tkel; feseee tees, ad shrabbery alike eiothed ii beautiful whit drapWy. Daring tfe Bight ww had jiae heaviest fall of bestowed oH . ui Ais sMon, laeasurkj mi inches k depth.. This kr as tM 1 little iuricxpectcd, though ' not unusua in our high altitude. , To tho, mountau heights wo bid adieu for a season; thci brown creets we bali Hot again behold until King Sol returns in power, who presencd will remove the cold aaath from tbeir brow, and again fnyito dam nature; to tho banquet of flowers; rp minding, us a the jaaoa, when wi shall for a time lio hid beneath tbi cjods of tho earth, until, He, who ha passed, through the valley and shadow of death, shall return, and drive th winbry embrace of death faraway, an bid. us rpturn to earth and, tho joys .0 life again. ; ' t , ; ; - CautpRNIA. Kocte. Mr.; Leonard )Vinqs arrived in oar city, on Monday, tho 21st. inst, direct from! California. Ho informs hs that; he traveled the Simpsos Eouto from Bag Town to Ruby Valley, a- distance of about 250 miles. The Simpson route, thus far, is wported by our informant as;.un etjualcd by any route, formerly traveled by him to California;, for, with the exception ex-ception of ;ono forty, milo driyo,.;thero aro'gbod, campingilaces atiCpnyenient distances along thoarpute' f every' i5;or 20 miles), water and :grass ,b"cingex cellent, andean abundance of ' wood, with :yery. lew: exceptions, ?Mri: W. 5n-foririsjus 5n-foririsjus that he traveled the Bgari', or Chorpdrining Mail, routo ' )f torn ' Ruby, herd;;ho says this part' of 'tho' fpad displays tho most indefatigable exertion pn tho part of Cant Eganj,who -has made the road all that can bo" desired, While at the same time tho stations arc admirably located, with a yiow to Ihp interests of tho contractor,stmeof-them having blacksmith, Shops, &c., attached. Mr, W. also informs,, !us, Ithat tho -employees, at thoso1 j3tat6ns;rara;.Lmost gentlemanly :jn" their idc'pprtmerit td'all travelerfreely,, imparting .assistance according. 'lo;i tho, J'need of AthoV weary pmigranti Ho reports tho.1 Indians i on ihp pronto :;as; being ycry peaceable, sometimes being employed on the joad tprtakp earc of the animals.