R. T. Van Horn & Co., Publishers.*

September 10, 1870.

     The Spanish bull fight comes off this evening.

     Professor Galloway's dancing academy opens today.  The children's and the ladies' classes will be in the evening, and that of the gentlemen at night.

     Vote for A. S. Lyons for justice of the peace of Kaw Township.

     Dr. A. B. Sloan has removed his office to 512 Main Street, over R. E. Wilson & Co.'s drug store.

     Tickets for the camp meeting can be had at D. E. Blair's store on the east side of the public square, Haley's hat store on Main Street and Phillips's book store on Grand Avenue in McGee's Addition.

     We regret to learn that Miss Bevvie Helm of Hannibal, who has graced our circles for the last two weeks, was compelled to leave for her home yesterday, called by the illness of her father.  We hope that Judge Helm's illness is not serious and that we will be favored with the presence of his charming daughter again before very long.

     Mr. L. G. Palmer, wholesale and retail dealer in agricultural implements at Fort Scott, is in this city in the interests of his house.

     Mr. Fred Sowers of Wichita, Kas., called yesterday.

     Mrs. J. A. Tomlinson, Charles H. Van Fossen, George Findley, C. F. Wheaton, J. J. Peak, M. B. Hedges and Major Gaffery, all well known citizens of Fort Scott, were in this city yesterday.