T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Thursday, August 18, 1864.

     A Board of Trade is to be established in Wyandot.

     The overland mail stages have stopped running, on account of the Indian troubles.

    The packet came down early yesterday morning, and left considerable freight at this port.

     The weather was delightfully cool yesterday, with no dust filling optics and soiling shirt collars.

     Gov. Hall has commissioned the following named gentlemen as officers of the 87th Regiment, E. M. M.:  Wm. Drumhill, as Major; Joseph Thompson, Adjutant, and Jos. Schmiz, Quartermaster.

     The Boonville Monitor of the 6th says, "We have determined to suspend the publication, until a return of better times, when Union men may denounce the rebellion and defend the cause of the Union without danger to life and property by so doing."

     MONEY LOST. -- Yesterday a small buckskin pocket-book was lost between Camp Clayton and Kansas City, containing about $91.  The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at the office.  -- FRED ZIMMERMAN.