T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Friday, May 28, 1864.

     A new Catholic Church is nearly completed in Paola. 

     A party of men left Atchison, on foot, last week for Idaho.

     The great floods in the mountain streams must soon affect the Missouri.

     We learned yesterday that Gov. Hall has taken to himself a wife and that the lady is a daughter of M. Oliver, Secretary of State.

     Ice sells in Paola for five cents per pound.  Congealed Missouri is furnished in this city for one cent per pound.

     A man was severely injured in Emporia by the explosion of a cannon which was being fired on the reception of the rumor that Lee had surrendered to Grant.

     Just received by Dively & Bro., a fine lot of the latest improved Patent Four-minute Ice Cream Freezers and Water Coolers.

     NOTICE TO JOURNEYMEN HARNESS MAKERS. -- We the harness makers of Kansas City, hereby give warning to all journeymen not to come here, as we are on a strike.