T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Sunday, July 17, 1864.

     The 2d Colorado is busy over in Platte and Clay.  The boys appear to like their new field of operations.

     REMOVED. -- Congregational services are now held at Mrs. Brown's school room, McGee's Addition, instead of Long's Hall.

     Rev. L. Hamilton, Chaptlain, 2d Regiment, Colorado Cavalry, will preach in the Methodist Church this evening at 7 1/2 o'clock.

     ATTENTION, COMPANY B, E. M . M. -- All members of Company B are hereby ordered to assemble in front of the Union Hotel, to-day, July 17th, at 11 o'clock A.M.  -- By order of Ch. Thomas, 1st Lt. Comd'g Co. B, E. M. M (Enrolled Missouri Militia).

     In compliance with Special Order (113) I hereby notify all members of Cos. A and C, 77th Regiment, E. M. M., to assemble at the Market House for roll call, at 2 o'clock P. M. to-day, without fail.  By order of F. H. KUMP, Captain Commanding Company A, and DANIEL CAHILL, 1st Lt. Commanding Company C.

     The Santa Fe coach rolled out Friday with a large load of passengers.  Jeff. Nesbit, Conductor.

     A vacancy existing in the City Council from the Third Ward, caused by the resignation of Theo S. Case, a Special Election is hereby ordered to fill said vacancy, on Saturday, July 23rd, 1864.  Polls will be opened at the residence of Samuel M. Gilham, on Wyandott street, between Sixth and Seventh.  Richard Ryan, A. J. Thompson and Samuel Gilham are appointed Judges, and William W. Payne and Charles C. Vincent, Clerks of said election.  The election will be conducted and the Roll books returned in all respects at General Election. -- R. T. Van Horn, Mayor.