this city, held a meeting on JCnday evéning last, and voted to extend a cali to the Rev. Mr. Morbis. of Cohimbus, Ohio, and appoioted the Rev. Prof. Chapín and Gov. Feloh a committee to prosecute the cali. We belipve Ihat Mr. Moams has never preached before the Society, an(Í, therefore, presume thafc he has been elected on faith- that is, failh in the opinions of otbsrs. Bpp The Odd FeÜows of tl.i city fledicated their new Hall, in Smith's Block, witli appropriate ceremonies, on Wednesday. A public address was aiclivered in the M. E. Chureh in the afternoon, by the Rev. L. R. Fisk.oi Jackson, after which the members of the Order partook of a dinner served np by '' mine host" of the Monitor. Peremptory engagoments prevented oi;r Ijeing present at Ky of the exercises. --n EF The Rev. Mr. Erigham, Unitarian, will deliver the third of hie doo. trinal course of lectures on Ssibbath evening next. Mr. Brigham is estabüshing the reputa op of being odg of the Bblest pulpit speakers n our city. L" A few bushe's of good Apples, nd a barrel of Cider, wapted pn suhsDrintion.