T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Tuesday, January 19, 1864.

     The Santa Fe Stage arrived Sunday.

     Wood sells for three dollars a cord and hay for six dollars a ton, in Lawrence.

     Gen Ewing was at Leavenworth on business yesterday.

     Gen. Curtis is at Fort Leavenworth and has assumed command of his department.

     Two boats are building on the levee at Wyandot this winter.  There are good facilities for an extensive boat yard.

     Gov. Gamble was prosecuted and fined in the police court in St. Louis for not removing the ice from the sidewalk in front of his house.

     The Colorado troops ordered here from St. Louis are beginning to arrive.  They were ordered to leave that city one company each day until all were off.

     David V. Whiting has associated with Miguel A. Otero, Esq., formerly of New Mexico, to form a Forwarding and Commission business, to be known as Whiting and Ortero.  The senior partner will reside in New York City and the junior in Kansas City.

     It was suspected that Dr. Deming, Surgeon of the 15th Kansas, died from poison  A thorough post-mortem examination failed to discern any evidence to sustain the suspicion.