T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Saturday, June 4, 1864.

     A train for New Mexico rolled out last evening.

     The Emilie was down at an early hour yesterday, and unloaded a large amount of freight.

     The Santa Fe Stage left yesterday forenoon with a full complement of passengers, and a heavy load of freight.

     The river has risen rapidly for the last three days, and is now at a fine stage for boating.  Now is the time for our railroad companies to send up their iron.

      Foot races are getting to be somewhat in vogue among sporting gentlemen.  One is now on foot in which no contestant is to weigh less than two hundred pounds.

     According to the Liberty Tribune, the bushwhackers have robbed several persons in the past two weeks.  "It is about time they were brought to the end of a 'wee bit' of hemp," they say.

     NOTICE TO BUILDERS. -- The German School Board intends to build an addition to the School house, of which specifications can be seen at Mr. Eilenberger's store.  Bids for the same will be received until the 11th of June, at 12 o'clock.  The contract will be let to the lowest bidder.  The Board reserves the privilege of rejecting all bids.

     NEW DRY GOODS STORE. -- G. EH. Ease & Br. have just opened a splendid stock of new goods, at their store on Main street, between Second and Third.  They have everything of the latest style, and sell their goods low.  We recommend them to our wholesale and retail buyers, and especially to the city trade.