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

September 28, 1870.

    Workmen were busy on the street railway switch on Walnut Street yesterday.

     The Rev. J. W. Lewis of the Methodist Episcopal Church (South) in company with Bishop McTyeire, left yesterday to attend the conference at Boonville.

     Hon. B. Gratz Brown, Liberal candidate for gubernatorial honors, will address the citizens of Kansas City and vicinity the 13th of next month.

     Deputy Marshal Malone in his census rounds yesterday met a man who had forgotten the name of one of his children.  His wife was called upon and identified the youngest.

     The elegant brick houses of Messrs. Thomas A. Smart and Thomas H. Swope on Main Street, above the Junction, are rapidly nearing completion, the plasterers being now at work.

     Remember that Dupres & Benedict's minstrels will give an exhibition at Frank's Hall tomorrow night.

     Sidewalks are being laid on Wyandotte Street.

     A very annoying case of robbery occurred in the city Monday night, the dwelling house of Mr. M. Dively, on Pennsylvania Avenue, being entered and clothing, principally female apparel, to the amount of nearly $300, was stolen.