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

October 16, 1870.

   A large party of immigrants passed through the city yesterday.

    Quails, wild ducks, fresh fish and oysters in large quantities at the Continental Restaurant, on Fourth Street, between Main and Delaware streets.

     The proprietor of the Arthur House in Liberty proposes giving a grand ball this week. Extensive preparations are being made for the occasion, and we doubt not that a large crowd will be in attendance.

     Mr. J. W. Dunlap, B. L., will deliver the opening address of the medical college of Kansas City at the Rev. Mr. Madeira's church on Grand Avenue tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock.  The occasion will be interesting.

     The walls of a house in the process of construction on the corner of Tenth and Wyandotte streets, belonging to Messrs. Bruenert & Woecher, blew down yesterday morning, injuring two of the workmen.

     Jennison's horses are taking nearly all of the purses at the St. Joe races.

     Married, at the Noland House in Independence, Mo., October 6, by the Rev. M. M. Fisher, Dr. T. S. Memminger of Kansas City and Miss Maggie Williams of Decatur, Ill.

      We understood that a train ran off the track near Harlem last evening, slightly injuring several persons.

     The Rev. Mr. Campbell, the new minister of the M. E. Church (South), will arrive in the city some time this week and will preach next Sabbath.