T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Sunday, January 24, 1864.

     Chaplain Hamilton, of the Colorado 2nd, will preach at the Methodist church this morning at the usual hour.

     The Seventh Kansas is expected at Leavenworth this week.  The regiment has re-enlisted and comes home to recruit.

     There will be preaching in the Baptist church this morning at 11 o'clock by the Rev. C. Davison.

     A telegrahic dispatch from Jefferson City states that the Legislature has passed a bill relieving Jackson county from the taxes of 1862 and 1863.

     Eleven Privates, two Corporals, and a Sergeant were tried in Court Martial proceedings for charges ranging from drunkenness to desertion. 

     Mrs. Webber, of Marion, Kansas, fell head forward into a well twenty-two feet deep.  No one saw the accident, but her husband was attracted to the well by the dog which ran back and forth between the well and the house  Mr. Webber procured the assistance of a neighbor and raised her from the well.  Strange to say, she had sustained no serious injury by the fall.