From Bear Lake. Our irrepressible irrepres-sible mend, J. C. Rich, writing f. on. Paris, Rich Co., on tl.e 11 ;h. gives o5-;e a ".yz " i r core I t-pers Dot arriving there, forgetting how the-SD-.-w duly ,e!'t this e-fri.-e, v.hy th-.y did nvt arrive we cannot sue. He fjrti.vr -aid-: j le q-!e iu Lear Leke urn th-.:. -e.vu bu-:Iiess an-1 e very t'-.-J;.' c.-e s. a-u. a-u. u-j:. j-u-tp-.-tte the i-ayaietii ..-;' a., do- ; muni- a luii-' as -o.-ib.e. ju-: as ev- 1 eryorniy el-e d-jes. Ti e -trjw ;-!--;;. -ix inches hi-U to a ibjt and a l:a ; deep. A icw deputy mar-hal are nee-ied h-.-re to u ores- ri-it.g-. I ii j ' -tin ri-es every day; and th--nwe have ! salt n-ings and other kioJ-. thet t ho- i authorities ought to IcO-c after. i Oh, ye,, ofcou-se, everybody iVel.- j the nece-s-ity fur that kind of a thing, friend "Saxey." D. F. Kimball, who lef t Rich Co. on Monday last, aud arrived in town on Friday night, informs U; that the roads through the canons are deep with snow. He came down Bear River aud around by E.anston. Utah Central Business. During the last three days of the w-eek just closed nearly 128.000 lbs. of merchandize merchan-dize were received over the Utah Ccu-tral Ccu-tral railroad: besides one car ef corn, one of sleighs, ten cars of coal an 1 eight of lumber: making; a gro.-s weight of about j2S,000 ibs. In the same time, Walker Bro's shipped thirteen car-loads of ore east; and Ilowland it Co. seven east aud two west. This makes a total for the week of over 1.140.000 lbs. received; and a liule short of o00,000 shipped. As the necessary sleighs for hauling ore down the canons through the winter are put in operation, the shipments of it wi'l increa.se.