; PACIFIC COAST SEWS, j j ITIEST DISPATCH. CALlbOKSU. , ! Sacramento, 27. No riolng of ihe j j American or Sacramento rivers can ' affect that part of the city raised on the new grade. Within the past week thelcveo and swamp land coinmisnon-ers coinmisnon-ers have been over thin district and report re-port everything connected with it in tho best condition. The Sueramento drainage canal is under perfect control and may be relied upon to do what is expected of it. No fear, whatever the rain full muy bo, is entertained here of an overflow. The Sacramento river is nearly twenty leet above low water murk and rapidly rising. V'allojo, U7. The body of a man named Butler, connected with the C. P. 11. R., was found dead in the tules laHt evening. No mark of violence was visible and together with the fact that one hundred dollars was found on his person, indicate that he was drowned during the late storm. It commenced raining again thw morning and still continue. Kan Francisco, 27- Judge Stanley held all the'partiea arrested for gambling for trial at the county court, fixing bail at 3,0JO and $1,000 each. Jno. iMoCullough, of the California theatre, has paid Col. Barnes $-3u0 for the authorship, and uharea of the proceeds of the unit performance of his new drama of "Solid Silver." (Jcorge Evans, aged IS year?, one of the Lower California company's Mag-dalena Mag-dalena Bay victims, who had been provided pro-vided with a situation in a family here, has disappeared under circumstances which leads to tlm belief that ho has been Shanhaed. Prol'ebsor Campbell, late of the State uuiveruty at Ouklaud, to-dny took possession of the offio of tobacco inspector in-spector for this district. It ia under-, stood his appointment is one of the first results of the ienatorial light at Sacramento. Samples of the cotton crop rui-ed by Strong, in Merced county, this seuson, received hero is rated by experts as full middling uplands, a No. 1 artiole. Strong informs his friends here that he will put in from li0 to 300 acres this uraaon, if suitable land can ho obtained ob-tained in season. Stockton, 2H, The ruin fall to-day wus 02-100 of an inch; total for the season ten inches". The first steamer of the reason for upper San doaipiin leaves to-morrow. SKCOND DISI'ATCU. f ALIFOHMA. San Praneisco, li. Reports were circulated here last night that the reclamation levee on Sherman Island had given way and flooded the island; but the rumor is not traceable to any reliable authority. It is reported that Joaquin Miller is writing an earthquaku drama; scene laid in San Francisco, A littlo daughter of the late John P. Buckley, aged 1 3 years, while playing play-ing at her mother's residence, on Taylor Tay-lor street, last evening, fell through a second story window to the yard and was taken up insensible and it is feared fear-ed fatally injured. The wind is still fresh with occasional occasion-al showors. During the twenty-four hours ending 8 a. in. 5il-U0 inches fell, making 13.60 this storm, and 17.67 this season. The barometer is rising a little. The bar is rough and no vessels are arriving or departing. Bonds, IQyi (a sterling, u ( 91. San Francisco, 9. A fatal error has been found in the indictment against Johnny Divine alias "The Chicken," for the cowardly murder of the young German, August Kamp, who he had defrauded out of twenty dollars. The name of the deceased was given in the indictment John M. Kamp and the grand jury will be compelled to lind a now indictment. Fresh burglaries continue to be reported re-ported at the police office, but the operators evade every effort of the police for their recovery. The weather is warm and the wind and clouds arc less soppy in feeling and appearance. The barometer is higher and hopes are entertained that tlic storm is wearing away. The San Francisco delegation has been in session to-day considering the proposed legislation for the regulation of the social evil aud the amendment to I ho board of health bill. Mining stocks havo been moro ac-tivo ac-tivo and stronger. Another party who discovered what are believed to be fine diamonds in Arizona, has recently returned there from this city, being satisfied he has tho dead thing on an unlimited fortune. for-tune. Ho wont oft" quietly taking every precaution not to he followed, being determined to keep the location of the place a secret. In the faro cases to day, judge Stanley Stan-ley fixed the bail of J. R. Dickinson and John Doe Brown at $1,000 each. Most of the regular gambling house , were closed last night, or carried on ; i operations with the windows closed i with bkmkots, o that no light could be seen from the street, and with ex-1 tra guards at the bottom of the stairs and at tho doors of the elub rooms. There is a regular pauie among the j fraternity.