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portion of the churches, wo must con
elude that they consider them of no value at all, for. ihey do nothing to sus tain the laborers. The neglect is rare ly, if ever named in their conferences, end if some one should chance to be more thoughtful on the subject, and in troduce it, he is apl to speak of it as alms or charity. That "we must .give something to our poor Minister, be cause he is poor and needy-.'. This is an insult upon the Mmis'crial cfiice. and a sin n gains'. God; for we are loujrht in his word that those who preach the gospel shall live of the gospel: that the labor is worthy of his hiere. Here it is apparent that the sup port of the Ministery is a tluty wlvich we cannot omit without oflcnding God. The displeasure of God is now j-est ing upon many of the churches lor a failure to discharge their duty on this point. Look around and see the churcb- uiiu utiiiuui iiuuu ttiuv.ii nit; ucoii- tute of preaching. Consider the re- inoval, by aftiiction of some of our Minislers from their fields of labor. ! Why i3 it thus? It is a chastisemen. ; from the hand of God, for disobedience i on the part of Chuich Members. We must here step beyond our limits to -say a word to Ministers. Dear bre thren, are you clear of fault in this matter? Have you declared to your churches the whole counsel of God? Have you fully taught them what is their duty in supporting the gospel? Have you urged them to a discharge of that duty? Have you required it at their hands? Have you visited, con versed and prayed with your flocks? Have you enforced the precepts of the gospel by your Godlike deportment? Have you been punctual in attending .AWT' ol cnurcnes io comriome to. me sup- iiri nf tlinli' W 1 r i i: f r -a lint In cunnnrl jw.w. l.v... ...... . . u"ri'"" them entirely; lo loose their lands, so that they may devote their whole time 1 . .1 I. .1. . T T U'l..il I ID i:ie Hum oi me ijuju. ueiuer they Le rich or poor, your , tluty t.o-. wards them is the same. You have no more right to receive or require the labors of any Minister, whether rich or poor, without adequate compensation, than you have to require his servants to labor in your cotton net Js without pay. Ministers are frequently called upen to visit distant churches, for the pur pose of holding protracted meetings. They go and preach, perhaps for sev eral days; and those who invited-them, ami among whom their labors have been disposed, do not even pay ihcm I 1 tr enough to shoe their horses, to say nothing of a compensation for their lime and labor. This is an outrage upon the'Minister, it is a palpable vio lation of an obvious duty, and a sin against Heaven, for which the punish" merit due will most assured be inflic ted . ' So long as Church' Members remain inactive nr.d fail to discharge their du-ty towards their Ministers, leanness and barrenness of sowl will attend them j : the churches will languish, and anti christ gain . strength. It would be vain, yes, it would be inconsistent and pre sumptuous for us to pray to God,- to send forth more laborers into his vinc - yard, whilst we arc starving those he has already snt. - Nearly allied to this duty is that ol j giving the gospel to those who are des; j titutc. Thousands in our own country , ' and tens of thousands" in hcatehn na-fc lions are without . the mercy of grace- j Hundreds of families even in our own 1 State have not a Bible, and many o' ihcm have not heard a gospel surmon in ten years some who have grown np to years of maturity have never- beared the glad tidings of salvation. Must they remain in this wretched condi'ion? No, they must not; it is your duty, as christians, to send them the gospel. The present population of the'ea'rth is estimated at onelhousand millions: of this number it is a moderate calcu lation to say six hundred millions arc in heathenish darkness, and hare never heard of the name of a Saviour Thousands of them are daily going into the world of spirits not to dwell with Gcd in peice; buttos'nk dt.wn in everlasting despair and misery. ' In view of all these' facts can we. fold bur hands, and sit down at ease?--No, we dare not be inactive; God calls upon us- to act,' and to do it immediately. The demand is imperative, and must be obeyed. Where is the christian whose heart would not blt-'e'd", ifhe could realize the "unutterabl'! wretchedness of the f heathen." Rational beings, possessed j u. yourappomtmentsf wave you tie- the church. The truth is ihe members voted all the time you could to the work j of the church generally fail to discharge of your high vocation?- If you have',' their duty, and thereby render it impJs i ailed in any of these matters, a part j siLTc; for the Deacon to perform his of the fault must rest upon you. tin- j part. He is (he financial officer of the faithful service on the part of his Min-j church; it is his duty to attend to isters cannot be acceptable with God. a tlC pecuniary interests -of the But to return, it is not only the duty ; church, but this he can-iot vnl-' of immotal souls; yet bowing down to , we need not expect to enjoy .the'smil e stocks and stones worshiping beasts, if heaven or the blessings of God upon birds and reptiles sacrificing their 1 our souls, and . upon the church while own lives to gods, and made with their- we remain unwilling to perform all the own hands 1 It js, beyond all doubt the ; duties. It is inconsistent to say a chrds duty of every Church Member to aid ' tian can kel indifferent on these sub- in sending the gospel totho. p'erishing millions who are in this awful condi tion. Let acne say God will save the hea then, by extraordinary mean; that he will save them without the gospel. The word of God forbids such an i.-Ja, lor "he that bclievctd not shall b-j j dam -.ed.1 How shall they believe on him of whom they have not heard? I i. f I 1 i : i . . ! .iuj now snaii uiey near without a preacher? And how shall he .preach except he be sent ? A Marge portion of the church in dulge in another heinous sin, which prevents a discharge of duty in send ing the blessed iTosnell ".n iuai ia l llu love O I IHOtieV 11113 sin is the unholy parent of the ahti-m's ; sionary spirit. "The gold and (lie sil- ycr are mincsaith the Lord." And he will punish those who wit'hlrofd. from him w hat is his own. He :s -now cha trsing us for ur sin on this'point. There are no revivals of religion .among us; our churches are languishing; no Min isters are lemg. raised up; -the love of many is waxing cM 1 because iniquity aooimu. L,et us repent in dust and nclino . !r M 4 .1 t 't- ...... v.o, itiuniiu i uu ijoru. ana en gage in his work, an J he will bless us, f for ho pours out his blessings in the paths of duty, and we have no right to expect them any where else. - Alii-. ! Iir r ,n ...I '..I. -ii uulv uiiii.ii wu win nonce is that of Church Kemk-rs towards their Deacons. It has become a common re mark that Deacons are of no rse in you, as Church Members furnish hi ...r.i .1 ' m wnn me necessary funis No wiJ1 pi-c-cnJ to ay ho sjj,, ov,n mon . for th 1 ' 1 WJ-- one his Uiso'ten the cose that the Deacon informs the church, collectively that u small amount is needed,' perhaps to pro pare for the Lords supper; but boin called on thus publicly, each member concludes, the amount is so small that it w ill. hi made up without any help from tw, and (bus .ihe poor "Deacon is compelled cither to go to them individ ually, and her then to contribute their dimes or half dimes, or pay it oui of his own pocket;, and- too frequently the latter is live alternative'. In a church of fifty members, a contribution of two dimescaeh, will make (en dollars Hut for the Deacon to have this to pay would be an Yin reasonable- burden on him. It is the duty of the chureh to keep afund always in his hands, so that fie shall not.Jjc subject to the painful ncoos" ' sity of dunning when ever a little ex. penditare is necessary. . There U another class of duties weich wc might have- introduced before this lime, but it u ill not be out. of place i,e-rc' . d here . are many duties which we owe to one another, to feel aad act towards each other as brethren. Each one should consider the spiritual pveliare of his brethren? as identified jwih his own. Should one see his I brother going astray, ho should 'goto j him in a spirit of brotherly kindness ad affectionately tell him of his error, ! warn bim of his danger and try to" re. claim him. If you should hear an evil' report against a brothe'r, do not report 'l r give it further circulation, but rrj to him and tell him of it-for he may be innocent, or he may be able to put you in posossionof fact which wrffoi've to the subject an aspect entirely different.1 II your brother injures you in any way, do not speak of it to another .'person; but go him alone, tell him f his fault, labor'with him and try to convince him of his sin. Is your brother in distress? sympathise with him, sooth his spriow's and use all means within your power to render him happy. Much more might be written on this part of the subject; but we must pass on. It is acommon practice among chur ches, on -1 heir conference days, if ihe Minister is absent, for ike members to tal k a while about the price of cotton, the prospects of the. crops, the dry weather, the elections &c:, and then break up without even sininji a son. offering a prayer or' atrending to- any church. business; The?e things ought not so to be. It is the duty of the church to attend to her busincW even if the pastor is absent; to keep up regular ??!?! nl!rw " r i cr. i- among. the members to pass unnoticed , iW suuer any .aisoruer In conclusion we would remark that jects. And he who can thus fe-d, after duly .examining his own heart, should relinquish all claim to the character, of a christian, for he m not entitled to V, but is either deceived in himsell or" u a liypocritc. THE LYNX. F. V. ROCKETT, T-lJitor. Saturday, November 22, 1815.'. .-y-i-'W. S. ICf.ith.. formally Se&nior .12 ditor of this paper, having been elect. .i rin-l, nf rtirnit Ho,, p't of this county, will in future have no'corrnexton with the editorial department. Hi'Gii II. Miller This gentleman is elected ugne, of this Judicial District by a considerable majority. J. M. Thompson, is elected District attorney in this District. Hannibal Harris", is elected Clerk of the District Chancery Court. THE MEMPHIS CONVENTION, JOHN C. CALHOUN. Wc. were one of the " vast concourse t)f persons who.visited Memphis on the occasion of tlw recent Internal. Im provement. Convent. on. Although the citywasthronged with strangres, among wliom were many distinguished men i Trom the South and West, jet we can no1 come to any other conclusion than that it was a splcnded humbug; and had it not been honored with the nresenceof Mr. Calhoun, it would hive been con sidered infinitely worse. But it gave thousands. an .opportunity of. seeing, and hearing a man whose fame isaiot bound, od by our country, but.whose mind has rocked the Union to i'.s very centre. We unproved the opportunity th is at -forded, and actually saw Mr. Calhoun and not having ever seen Clay or Web. ster, we hazzard nothing in saving we it was with peculiar pleasure toa; that we look ed upon tho'man who Jield tfit memor able controvcrcy with Dr. Dwight in his college days, which drew from that eminent divine the remark, that hS then Ifad talents enough to be President of the U. Slates. No one can loolr .upon Mr. Calhoun without feeling that he is a great man, nor without leeling the flush of pride mantle upon his cheeks, when he reflects that' he is an American7. His reception at Memphis was granl and.imposing, and must have boon grato ful lo his feelings. - The following is a listcf the officers elected for Panola county! . . 1veprksentative, Orvifle Harrison. ! Sheriff.,' "Circuit Clerk, PliOSATE JCDGE, Probatf Cler J.J. Caldwell ' AWS. Keith. J.T. M.Burbriflgc! J. C. Armstso'nnf. County Treasurer, J. II. Keith. Tax Assessor- Coroner, Hanger, S.urceyor, W. S. Clinton. A. Rainer. P. B. Jones. J. Mfddleton. . -. BO Amy OF POLICE. ' A?a 'Love. . A. II Burdine. John Brahan. ' ' S. Wilburn. B. Morris. The offices rtarked thus are filled by whigs. Judicial Election Wc copy the fol lowing election news from the Missis sippi Democrat, of the 19th inst. Hon'l Ale-xVM. Clavton is re-elected Judge of the High Court of Errors and Appeals for the 3d district. His majority is estimatedjat over 2,000. Stehien Cocke is elected State Chan cellor. The Southron 'sums up the Vote 01 00 counties as lollows: Cocke, 9,28;5;' Maury, 8,327; Taylor, 8,1 1 G. Subsequent returns from all but seven counties render Cocke's election certain. 1st (Circuit Court) District Stan hope Posey, Judge; W. T. Mi rtin Dis trict Attorney. - 2d Thos. A Willis, Judge.' .3d Geo. Coalter, Judge; F. Ander son, District Attorney. Coalter's ma jority over Davenport, about 200 over Lea, about 800. , ' 4th A. B. Dawson, Judge. Oth-R. C. Perry, Judge; E. A. M. Gray, District Attorney. Gth Francis M. Rogers, Judge; Sep timus Caldwell, District Attorney. O&Gov. Brown has appointed Hon. J. W. Chalmers to the United Stales Senate in plac- of Jacob Thompson who declined the honor. 'Judge Chalm?rs is a man of respectable, talents, but be fore he cracks a certain vas.t Nu!l his. ears will be stunned with the cry of m -ma n.' That CakC Was excellent; we mean-that c.ak i sent us by a lady. Af ter returning" our thanks, we have only to say, that we ate h, and should do so again under similar circumstances we should. It will be seen from tha vote of this county which yo putish to-Jay, thatthe democratic ticket for Cxmgress received a stronger vote in the county than the whig ticket. TI13 reason of this must'j be familiar to all who observed lh? polls on the day of election. -The whir,, ... l i . .1 1 . t ! wy,cS cart.,esS iiUOUl 1,10 P?micai .canu.u es, caring only for the election of' ;CUJ,u oiiicers, nor-aiu many ot-tnem care whether their tickets contained the names of democrats or whigs.so that the names of their several county candi dates were upon them, for whom they intended voting. .We do not know of an effort ha'vrn'g been made to ca-liythe wbigs on the day of the election-. w'li4e the democrats were careful to have cone but democrats for polciical. offices in their tickets. Wo have been informed" by wbigs", influential ones toothaTwhen whig tickets could not ba had conven. .en. .y, hey filled many, democratic j companies now organizing of same tickets .for whigs, and they .actually j numbers each, preparatory to a femo voted them It is noiost that Thompson j val. That one thousand families, in ,eceived more votes than Tompkins. I Cuding the Twelve, the High Council, any more r, Tt.nnlt'S- . i . ii,. re 'nan it is that Harrison j-e . mvtu muru vuius i nun lumer. nr h . I 'II . r- !igcIearl,t Lo:h ahc;ad of their party. We have heard- it asserted tln.it this .-....' o 1 r . 1 . 1 .. now a democratic county, but we sha J ' 111 see, by and by. i'orrhe"Lynx. To Martha. I love to meet ehy brilliant eve, Although I know 'twere bet, To shun the bright, but fatal glance That robs'-my soul of rest. - 1 love to vrew thy gentle fmile, Tbo" reason bids me" fly ; Tho1 prudence whispers all the while, 'Trs courting misery. And thus tiro May fly seeks at night The taper's brilliant rays, ' Flics round andl ouod till foolsih thi'g lfdies within the "blaze. . HASH,. ' - The following is ihe vote ot Panori tJounty at the rec.m election. For Governor. A G Brown, - . 226 Thomas Coopwood," . . 393 Secrelaoy of Slwle. Mr Hemingway, 452 Johnson,". 17 Au'lilor of Pirblic Account's. J.E Matthews, ' 404 John II William; -. 4 27 ' Stale ireasurcs. Win Clark - ' 426 Jos P Quay " . . .40!) " Attorn'ey General. ' Jokn D F.reeman " ' '4t0 Daine! Mayes 411. Congress. ' ; Jacob Thompsou -. 432 It- W KobeTts- ' . 4r0 Stephen Athlms -423 Jefle r son Davis 416 Peter.IJ, Starke . . 404 Walker Brooke " 40-1 . P W Tompkfns 423' 'Judges of'Hjgh Court oj Errors- and j . .Appeals " ' j A M Clayton . ' C9i II S Bennet 06 Chancel hr John M Maury ' " - 303 Stephen Cocke 2J4 John M Taylor 100 Circuit Judge II R Miller '314 J M Howry 209 G A'Wdion 144. W vytthors - 3.0 District Attorney John W Thompson . 417 J M Greer 304 W A Boren '43 Vice Chancry Clerk Hannibal Harris 491 J C Alderson 259. J E Doxy . t 41 RepresentaliiHe Orville Harrison " 44-9 T B Turner '" 331 Sheriff . J .1. Ualdwell- - 309" 311 138 42f 387 5G8 .239 790 S W Vernon William Cooper Circuit W S Keith W C Culberson Probate Clerk Judge J T M BurbriJge o t nicjxce Prolate Clerk J C Armstrong County Treasurer John H Keith Thomas Goode M Freeman Assessor of T tires 565 228 19 E C Griffith HI C Fitzgerald . H3 W S Clinton Hf: Jessee Trice Sterling Harres 5-1 L Ii Wright 91 Joseph Ilarnet . ' 109 Oscar Bradford. 52 Coroner A -U Porter " 172 Alford RainQr - -1 1 3 J F Nusoui d 1 ! Hanger V B Jones v 382 G (i Nelson l26C .li W Hachus 40 Surveyor James Middfeton 578 Board of Police, Beat No. 1 William Peterson 112 William Jolly 221 S Wiiburn - 393 Beat Xu. 2 John C Hralr.n. '185 J'T Foler .180 Beat No. 3 D F Morris 111 N Sullivan m 133 t 'Beat No'. 4 Aca LbvV .- 'CIS Beat No. 5 A S Burdine . 302 Thomas Butler 292 William Ivillebtcw . lo7 ElvMOVAL OF THE MORMONS. The result of the late difficulties ap pear-s to be that the Mormons have de cided to go to Caiiformia in the Spring or tt least a '(great portion of them have so decided. In reply to a letter from General Hardin, Brigham Young, the President-of the Mormon Council, writes .as' follows- "In addition to this, we would say that we had commenced makiug ar rangements to remove from thecouutry ' previous to the recent disturbances; that t 'wvu no w ,our companies organi.ea l'io trustees and giiieial authorities ol , .1 i 1 ?. 1 1 me.Church, are a y determined Vo re- move in the Soring, independent of the contingency of selling our porperty; j and that this companv will comprise m e 10 SIX l',OU6and souls. That i me cnurcn, 4is a ootty desire to rrmovc ' -, 1 -n , v . i VV1M1 IIV. :n Will ll C:J ..c -T 1 K,i ! ed so as to ruriso the necessary means.'" ! TSu- VtiEy IaSiosaal ! This pjper being made up of sy:!i j portion of the National lteiligence r pro ! per as can be ctHiiiuessed within the compass of a single newspaper, Contin ues to issued "and mailed to-subscciba rs 1 every.oiturday at 1 wo Hollars a year. payable in advance in all caccss count being opened with subserifyr: to the weekly -paper To bring 'this paper yet norc near ly within the r.eech of sneh as desire to inkc by ihe year a cheap paper from the seat of the General Government, a re Juctron will be made in the price of it I where a nu-mber of copies are ordered and paid for by any one person or as sociation at the following "rates: O For Tea Dollars six copies w ill lie j:n:. For 'IVr-nty Uolla.-s tliirt331 rftpis; a) I i'or cutli su.nofTaji D iHar, abive Twenty eight copies will be hirworded; so that a jemjttaTlffe.'of' Fifty Dollars will command "severn opies. ' OrPubiishers of papers throughout thcUni'ed States an . T.rritorj es w ho will givo a sing! insertion to this ad -vertisemnt (with this note annexed) anJ sc n d p;Tc . o V t h e i r p 1 p 5 1 6 t hi so fii c-e wini'tfiis adertjsemontmarfced tlutre in, shall receiver the Weekfy National Intelirgencer "for one year free of charge Ail utiuilrators olicc. T ETTERSofAd mmistrtion with the Will -annexed, having, been-gra-nt-ed on theestatn nf inn Itulo .M ai uu ine-esiuKj 01 .ino iuie ue Jan. Maihews by the Probate't Tallahatchie county Mjss., at W . . x r avIW V- :t IVJ I I " Court of at the No i v ember- term 1845,- notice is hereby given to all pesons indehtedje said.es. late, to come forward a.nd niakcimaic diate payment, and those liivjng-.claims against said "estate are requested -to pre sent. Hie same for payment, 'duly au thenticated wifhiii the time prescribed by law, or. ihey will be forever barred: Given under my hand and seal at Charleston, this 12, day ofNov'r 1845. Allan Mathews, seall .Administrator with the Will annexed of Jno Bui e dee'd. Jailor! iVoticc. "7I7"AS comniittetl t n .ho the Jail of Pa nola Couatv, by .Tohn Stanley, an acting Jos- -sp:, lice of the Peace, iiv and for said County, as a runaway, on the-21st dajs-ol Novem ber 1845, A negro boy, supposed to be a ranaway, who says hjs name is JAMES, andthat ho belongs to James Garret living' about fifty miles from Memphis Tennessee,- on the Road lea'd ing to ' Sommerville Tennessee, Said boy is about 19 . or 20' years of age, abuot five feet 8 or 9 inches high, black color, spare built, and has a slight stop page in his'speech, his clothing consists .of a.cotton shirt, cotton pants, dnd a wool hat, &c, .Tuc owner of said negro, is request ed to come forward, prove nroDcnv-. 1 pay charge-, and 'take him away, or he win ue aeatt with as. the law directs. J. J, CA)WlLLL, Sheriff Panola Nov. 21. in 15.- - 4"-tf. Acliiiiiijttrators IVolicc. I LETTERS nf Administration on the estate of William Quarles deceas ed haying been granted to the under signed by the Probate Court of Tuil.i hatch.e county Mis,., at the November term thereof 1845. Notice is hereby given to all persons indbteted to a-d estate to come forward and maU im mediate . payment, and thoe bavins claim? against said eslate are here by notified to present them drlv au thenticated within ti i0 preVrib.-d by law, or they will be forever barred. 'J'"1"- A Hii.i,. Administrator of Win Quarles, dee'd. KV.YT.Sy WILSO A:((, CO M M 1SSIOX M E It C II A X T S 31 Camp Street, NEW OK LEANS. MBOVIA) again lender their services 'WW to theirf riends and the public ge nerally, in the sale of Cotton nn 1 The transactions of Commission business m all its branches, pledgeing themselves to uo every exertion to promote th interest of, arid render satisfaction to those who may confiJo busincssto their charce. We have Open Policies of Insurance, to cover all shipments of Cotton con Tsigne.l to "our address. Those wishin-r Insrranc! will write across the face of tho NiHof Lading, -Iasurincc icant rd,' and forward the origin il to us bv mail. We shall keep all Cotton fully insured against fire here until eolj Ue will .furnish oll friea,Js wi,u Egging, Rope, Kamily Groceries. ,VC , at the lowest c.sh price, n hen ordered. L.ionral cash advances will be made on Cotton or B.lls of Lading in hand u .LUMPKIN is our authorized Aitpiii 1 11,1 .., : ri .. l .. . t --or..., ui jirouipiiy otLcnu to anv bus nn. i.wiisigucil tO 11 1 111 . Oct 221 40:Cm. T. i!fifliiGI Comniissidn Merchant. 7 1 C A H .i .s T R K JM' , NEW ORLEANS William O. Wils:m, Agent. ' ' - . THE S TA V7; OF M 1SSIS STP PI, Talloh'iirhir Catinhf Probate Gom!, Oetber Term 104.5 I SHALL, on Men lay the 8ih dav orDeoember next, (jt Ijoing the 2o;rd Monday of sai 1 menrit resign rnv let ter's of Administration on the csta'e of Wiliia n Eaihrier dee'd, an I ma!;.. seMle.nt ni oi'sa'det.re with iid C u t ? tar ih 1 have ndniinisterd.- A!lpr sons i:ite;o.te I are rep'tested to be an ! personally appear and shov omse if any have, why sur-h -"ftle.nent s!n:l "Vt l'emade ' .. T. M. Dl lvE A-lm'r of ".Vni E i ikuer. Charleston Mi ,(),-!. 1 4, lO-t.v . Vli.E.a.T2 Sf3 2Tfil. trnt-ofih-fi -m nfMitlrr. .V.-.Wi.) ttbruer CiiMivollor :rt I.a .v, -J'AXor, Ml UiL pr.-mtice in the Circuit (hiis ""of -the !t:h Judicial Distri-.v. 1 Cliait-ery ( ourt at Holly Sring;. an 1 the Fe leral Court at Ponio'.x? OdT'-ein Belmont. 5-f . 'HANGEirs NOTICE. f I S poste.l l,y Abram McMinn. liv nig 14 miles somh west of Pano la, nno -stallion muje, 12 hands hih. some collar and irurness marks G or? '.) years old, and appraised to s (J. L sji: itjl.X P. c. A(Iiniiiis(iatprs.Xolict LEPrERS'of administration having been granted to. the iindersi.mn,! m the estate of John . Oliver, rkceased, by Hoir.Trobafe Court of Panol.oun ty,-arthe-Mfty term, Ar'D. -1815. Notice is hej-cby given to all persons' 11".. inueo'.eu lo saiu estate, to come forward and make immediate payment. rid those rersotis'havmgdnims against said estate are notified .to. preswrt' the same duly authenticated" within the time prc se'rihcd by law, orMhis notice will bo plead in bar of the recovery DtONVSIOUS OLIVER, admr EXCHANGE HOTEL, JVIenipbis, Teim., " -. . s. A. T"- . KATES OF 'CHARGES, Board of man 'per year with Lodg- ing S'21000 do w ithout, iln 1 r.n nn Do Do D6 Do Do -Do day, do per month, - 7 1 - 1 2 OJ 20 00 5 00 I 00 1 50 40 35 25 50 25 do with Lodging, do per weejc, do do per day, do man and horse per Dinner, Supper and Breakfast each, Lodging, Horse per day, Do single feed', per week, 3 00 Dtr per menth, - 10 00 'Hie proprietor-has had a few years experience "as host, and pledges himself to use every exertion 10 please those who inayJfavor him with 0 call. Gen-t-remen'froni the country, are respect fu!!v solicited to give him a call. JOHN G. BOSTICIv. J UST Received, a few boxes of fine COD FISH, which will be sold very ow, by ' J O II N P. W OO D R U F F Jobvorkofall kinds done at tl).-5 offim.