Tn i: Si'o iim in 1 ii'i'ri ,k Cotton-woo Cotton-woo i. A eoinpuiulciil writing i'roin L'Utlj Cottonwood, on the lifjth, gives us tho following interesting Uoma : U has snowed almost incessantly for the hist nine day.i, and still it comes. Tho snow is from twelvo to fifty feet deep. I havo heard of no fatal disasters disas-ters during the storm, although several i men have been buried under light dry drifted snow hlides, but all have fortu- i nalely been ablo to extricate themselves, them-selves, so far as we have learned. Four men coming from BVuncr's North .Star mine to (he hoarding house wore overtaken hv a slide and were carried car-ried from fifty to three hundred 1'cet down, but they all got out safe. Two men wro buried at the Carter mine and i'uiir more in a cabin at the Yallejo tunnel, but they all got out alive with some assistance I 'lohi parties on the outside. Six slides have crossed the road between Central city and Tanncrsville. Nine bou-es were blown down at Granite oily on Saturday night. Work on many of the mines s suspended until Lifter (lie Unnn. The roads arc blockaded block-aded down to Tamiersville. A "high-toned' "high-toned' turkey Christmas dinner for the Kmma boys lies buried in the snow about three miles down the canon. Christmas has been very quiet.