Solomon's A romarkable and highly interestiug work pf art to the public at large and especiUy tfl teachers and pupils in Sunday Schools, and $tjll more espocially to Pree Masons. This work possesses rare and valuable interest, which doubtless should be speedily made jnanifest. The model is highjy spoken of by all who have visited it, and we have no doubt it will be a good featuro of the day; commenoing on to-raorrow evening. The School Board are respectfully infited to attcad the opening exliibition of King Solotnon's Temple, oa Saturday (Üct. 25th. See advertisement in to-day's issue. fcjj1 There is ',o bo an extensivo salo pi blooded Cattle, Horses, Sheep, and Hogs, on ths farm of the Finley brothprs, in the town oí tício, on Wednesday Pet. 29th at 10 o'ciock in tho forenoon. Those iüterested will find particulars in their advertisepi.ent iu f,his Tyeeks jssup. jL3Ë" A free fig}i took place ut the depot on Monday eveiiing among the colored population whioh resulted in several kuock-downs, but no serious damago was (3one. ET" John Brown dicd of Úa injuries on Friday. His remaina were taken to Belleyille for atwmqnt.