T. DWIGHT THACHER, Editor and Proprietor.

Wednesday, September 14, 1864.

     We had a fine refreshing rain  yesterday evening, cooling the atmosphere and settling the dust.

     Business was quite lively yesterday.  There were a good many country  people in town, especially from Clay county.

     ELECTION. -- The 2d Colorado boys had a brisk time yesterday, voting for a State Constitution, delegate to Congress and other candidates.

     A train of twenty wagons, loaded with wool, came in from New Mexico on Monday.  The wool business in this city is heavy this year.

     OVERLAND LINE. -- The coaches have made an unsuccessful attempt to run from Fort Kearney westward.  The next trial will be with a military escort.

     Tents have been issued to the soldiers of the Second Colorado, and we understand that they are going into camp two miles out of town.

     ARREST OF QUANTRILL.  An Indianapolis Telegram announces the capture in that city of the notorious Quantrill.  He was recognized on the street by refugees.

     Our Eastern exchanges represent recruiting as being quite bris, and think that in most instances, the quotas will be filled without resort to draft.

     We had no Eastern mail again yesterday.  It is pleasant to know that we shall soon be independent of this semi-occasional incommodation.