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

September 8, 1870.

     Married on the 6th, at the residence of the Rev. W. G. Bell of Warrensburg, Mo., Mr. James E. Byers of Kansas City to Miss Fannie Luceill Miller, daughter of the late H on. John G. Miller of Boonville, Mo.
     The population of Lawrence, Kas., as officially announced, is 8,240.

     Gen. J. O. Shelby will be in the city tomorrow.  He comes on railroad business and will remain several days.

     The ladies of the Unitarian Society, who are preparing for the festival which is to come off next Wednesday evening at Long's Hall, will please meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of D. S. Orrison, esq., on Wyandotte Street between Tenth and Eleventh streets.

     Peak & Davies have for sale business lots on Main, Delaware and Walnut streets.

     For stoves go to Redheffer & Co., dealers in stoves and tinware, Main Street, two doors below Fourth Street.

     Brewery for sale.  Owing to ill health, the undersigned offers for sale the well known brewery, known as the "Main Street Brewery."  -- George Hierb.