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

October 22, 1870.

    Workmen are grading Locust Street.

     Antelope hams and steak can be had at J. Sporledge's, southwest corner of Main and Ottawa.

      A turntable for the street railway company is being put down at the corner of Fourth and Main streets.  We hope soon to see the line in complete running order.

     The Rev. S. D. Bowker will preach at the M. E. Church in West Kansas City at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening.

     The Rev. Dr. Campbell, the new minister of the M. E. Church (South), has arrived in the city, and will preach at the Fifth Street Methodist Church this morning and evening.

     The Israelites of this city have rented the first part of the upper story of Sharp's building on Main street, and it is to be fitted up in good style as their place of worship.  Rev. M. R. Cohen, Rabbi, will have pastoral charge of the new organization.

     T. M. Cagney, car inspector of the Missouri Valley Railroad, called on us yesterday.  The road cannot boast of a more sociable, genial gentleman.  In the hands of such competent men the affairs of the road are safe.

     Doctor Fitzpatrick, who has been on a visit to Indiana for the past two weeks, we are pleased to announce, is home.

     Married, on the 7th inst., Mr. Francis Gregg to Miss Annie Waddell of St. Joseph.
     There will be preaching tomorrow at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the Rev. J. Stewart in the United Presbyterian Church, on Walnut Street, near Tenth.