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■®Wt J - R . O lR tO K j Editor, ;W ^ N E S I ? A Y ,. JUNE/SS; i34S. Jsw f c s o iir.?; : AB *:n>tfk <}f ,r^pept'to the memory off Andrew jxcksojt, our piper*to-jdYy i* clothed in the\ habjli nrientr ofm ouroingi The intelligence of thi* not unexpected event, reached'' this pi ace' onTlibrs'day la*t ;‘-a'rni w a s Cailght. up and p»M<d from l;p to lip With a> velocity Jar exceeding the momentary capacity :of tlie .pres*.- Ji has therefore loat the.power to star •tie o*T>y-its newnisg; but it remain*, nevertheless, &n event o f passing interest ahd magnitude; and ta; ken in'.ebrincction with/the life of the illuslrious dead, its serene, close is One of exceeding grandeur. - . G en . J a c k s o n expired at the Hermitage, in'the fulL'poBSOssiotl of his faculties to.-the last, and with the calmness and self possession of the good man and the Christian, on Sunday lhe8th of June, at 6 o’clock ih the afternoon,- aged*78 years. ' <We annex the particulars of his death and burial, ■thoietler of Gen. Houston announcing J*i» death-to th'e President of the U. States, and the orders of the President,. Secretary Bancroft, the Mayor of New Y o rk, See., connected with the public honors rendered to the trtemory of the deceased. Andiew. Jackson* was a great m»8 : ho greater is left .among the living. T o a physical constitution fitted fur endurance, he added an intellectual power, A determinate energy, a firm self-reliance, such as rarely or never has been combined in the Same indi­ vidual.' An iron bodily and mental organization like his,.in-a bad man, is full ordanger ; in a.good man, fuii of hope and blessings to his-race. In him, these •tern qualities were tempered by warm feelings, and great generosity 61 disposition, by a frank' horresty offlthe mail: purpose evident in. all his actions, by a boundless love ■of country; and i.n the last years of his life, by the aoftc-’ning influences o f th e . Qhristian religion. 'A s a general,- he- couiDares\ well willi -tlie greatest of an. cient or modern. Limes. Tlie equal'of-Napoleon in sagacity and celerity of action, lie vyas,wilhd\t doubt, his-superior.-and the .superior of aU-jiiilitary men -of whoitj we have *acc<>iini, in fertility of resource, in -the capacity to accomplish,* without means. As a statesman.'lie was nearest like our own Jefferson, setting himself above, and despising the' arts of di plomacy ; and warring with a sublime and terrible' energy, in defence of the right,.and againsi lhc'wrong — and as a patriot and a man he holds ahd will ever hold, in the atf, ctions of his countrymen, a. place sec <>nd only la tlial of W ashington. hiaallusibin.to the tima-honored chief and his awoci itmns with the-old fbldiera o f Tenns—e*, many an eye was wst with-the teaf «tf affect|dn. Among the resolutions psssed, w.M onetbatthe buainewi.men of the-city be requested.to cloaatheifslore* and. pltcw if business, and th3 Msyor to haVa minute giins-firsd frotn .11 o’clock -till I, *nd the bclls tolfed/or the samti length of time. - N o organized bodies will go a**ucb;-but those wh' it tend theJuneral will gftiii the character of pjivatii citizens. The masonic fraternity will perhaps go in iheiy accustomed regalia, a* he was a distingul«hen member of that order.- This will probably not b ;onsidcrcd a disregard of his d /ing request. At an ;1 ate I saw the accustomed notices whichthcy seni to the members of the order on such occasions,* distrii- I biited this morning.' The following notice has also been distributed fiom the office of the Union; where it vvaSpr.in.tedf ectionate temfmbriaiicf. V’ Wpttreo gavtj- leogth of d*y*,and.he filled them with deeds of ^reatn«s~ He.wa* ilwqy* happv' happy- in n i s v o u l b ; W h » c h alvnrfd. the a c h t e y r f i f o i i l s o f h _ l V :« J f c . i “ The-frifaids.- and acquaintance-of -Gen. -AN­ D R E W J A C K S O N ar.e ipvited.to attend his fun­ eral, a t the H erm itage, oti • to-morrow' (Tuesday) itforning, a t 11 o’clock.' fa* D ivine services by thle Rev. D r . Edgar. H is d eath 100 k plate last evening, at .6 o’clock.. ' . ' “N ashville ’ , Monday, J u n e 9th, 1815.” • \ . . A t t h e m e e ting.held .at the C o u rt-house, hy iVe'eLiiens. Grm. H o u ston w a s present, and at he request o f th e in e e m ig , m a d e a few brief.\ but -luqueru rem a rk's, on tbe occasion that had brought, together so Aiany citizens. H e paid som e heninitul »i ihtites lb ihe w o rlh p f itis friend, and the friend'of liberty ana hum a n r ig h t s ;'a i td concluded bv s a v ing, ’‘Such is th& m a n ' w h o se obsequies \v?e a r e about to 'p e r f o r in ! ■ To. m o rrow I s h a ll atiend the funeral, w h e n yoii m ay-expect.to hear from m e .a g a in. I have vritten t his in great ffaste. so a s to be in tim e for ' Y o u r s ; & c., . . . . j . o * . Cor-rospondence.qf 'tha Journal of Commerce. • ’ ' ‘ W a s h i n g t o n , Ju n e 15 b . ‘ T h e .N a y y and W a r D e p a rtm e n ts issue orders to-day, for th e usual testim o n ials-of res pect, .hoisting the national fl-ig at half m u staM h e several stations, firing, m inute guns. &c It is presum e d that .the public offices Here will, be c lo­ sed tq-ntq'rrqw; and perhaps .'some other public Jeinpnstratinn'oi respect for the m e m o ry of the deceased vvilj-be ordered by the governm e n t. •F rom th e C i n c i n n a t i E n q u i r e r — 'E x t r a - D .e a th o f - G c n e r a l J a c k s o n . • S o u t h e r n p a p e r s , re v e i v e d th i s m o r n i n g , ' b r i n g iis th e m o u r n f u l , b u t n o t u n e x p e c t e d , n e w * .o f ib o - d e a t h o f G e n . J a c k s o n . T h e g r e a t e s t m a n ” o f h i s a g e , as S o l d i e r ,- S i a t d i u u a n a n d , S a g e , is n o m o r e ! W e c> p v fro tii-tb e L o a i * v i I l o 'D e m o c r a t , o f y.estcr d a y m o r n i n g : - G E N E R A L .J A C K S O X IS D E A D ! . T h o te r m o f h lY - e v o n t f u l life -closed OH S u n d a y e v e n i n g l a s t ; 'a l - 6 o’clock-. O ft S u n d a y m o r n i n g -lbe| re p o r t re a c h e d N a s l i v i l l e tlia t lie h a d e x p i r e d , o w in g to hl» h a v i n g fa i n te d a w a y in th e a t t e m p t to rem o v e h i n i fro m h i s c h a i r t o h is b e d . ' H e h o w e f c r r e c o v e r - ed for* few hour*. A short time before his -death. T b e new? of G e n e ral jitckspn’s death reac.1i- od W a s hi n o t on cpy 'on Mo.ndjtv moVning, bv pxpress. with the fnllo'.Yino letter fioni G (,n Siftuttvl HiiuSfon. ex P>esident o f Tt'Xts, whicli |c.ouies to us in a slip from the W a s h ington -Un ton. H e r m i t a g e , June 8 , 12 o’clock,-night. In deep sorrow I-andress you this thfl coffin hid been p l a c ^ irra zinc covennp ahd soldercd. and again placed ih a n outside .coffin, it aftel 8ide^h«r-^Jiqse vears, *rbicb';feh :e ! d t ^ ^ ^ \ffst cover (qtyj-lihd ^|jfeit*hfufry;'i’ itselfw ith t b e g i d r y of free a n d ever m creasirig ' P r a y e r w as then q ffe red oyer .hi s- -graveT a n d dates; happy, in bis ag e , w h ich a a w th e people singing ; and last of nil cam e , the- m ili'ary of Ttultinlied from tw o 10 tw e n ty m illibns: and N a a h v ille. an d f ir e d .th r ^ jT o U e v s of muXketTV reedoin a n d union m ake, tn e tr p a thw a y from the over hi* gravA.. In- observance o r Ins .request; AilaiV.ic to the | ^ a f i r ^ '/ , t h | w e k '^ p y - ,<(i|:.vdedtfil there .was m '-pPlft^iO 'C ^ i^a^ttani'T h e occasion or While, he believed the: lib e r ties pf his c.oui)- t —no m a rtial m u sic—rnnd. bough't '^ u ^ .sqlemni* ry im p e rishable, a'nd w a s'cheered by visions of '3 cons'rtn.t' advanccm ent,- h e d e p S rted fiom th is i fe-i fr Yuli iyope o f a.hleised.iTnjhorJa Ijty, 1 h r o u g h the m erits and atonem e n t q f his Recleetner;. O fiicers 'ofi.he»rmy,'_.th^”fih'«^;C?tpjlv ifo m a ­ rine c o rps, will- w e a r.crape. o a t h e jelt a r m ’ and on their sw o fdsj; a n d thp cqldrs o f th e ' several regim e n ts .w ill be put in 'm b u c n ing t o r the. peri- od of s ix m o n ths, A t the.- n a v a l stations, and the public vessels in c o m m ission, the flags v\ ill be w o r n 'a t h a lf mas.! fo'if o iie w e e k ; and on : the day a/ter this o r d e r is received, ttventy one'm in utfc g u n s w ill b e fired. b e g in n in g at 12 q’clock. At each niilitqry. station, th e d a y after the.rec+'p* seetiii.edto. feMlithttt.JhecoMoiD'diad josW patriot and statesman, and theya faifier and friend. - ; • • '• • • / : r - * s - ; : \ ; : C > '- j : , g ; f ; . Gkft,. Xac’k ? < > ^ : LA^T:..!^ETTF.n.^We^Un*- derstiifiti thjit Genf Jackson’s-last.ltaier was u j it- tep to ^resideni* Pql.k. op F 1 :iday, thp-flth -inst d-thaFjtLvyqsjn ielatipn to opr-'foreign- r ttlw :“l Tbela^t time he signed hisjW o e was.t itis * ' ’ , / . . ~ F . iVia r 9 ha I Ihad- iv r}t ten ‘to it? n q u ire. into th e s itn i n V : F r c n c h ' h ^ q T w*v? brought new overture* froiti M exicq *nd pr6cee< w i i i w a H f d a ' y ^ H g j * ^ ' .Mr WelJfj a daricer. was attacked andjCon»ideirsibfy injured hy„fj shark, or;TOrhe bt'he'r 'fish, ^ liile bathing. W? _ _ ilfpastenctfciockA ’Vlfci-An^ tia l i o u w itli M c x i c o f b r . -pendeneu$.^ii<£'ihl^'ifApy. s e t on/foot-, t h e r e h a s o f jt. .*JC in progre^ur f; T h e q h j e q t ^ f c t h e R E L E A S R .O ^ E A N T A ' o f Commerce. The Mexican Steamer N e ^ n ^ son, which touched at Charleston, pn' ThursdayJa&t, j • . . , . v - a B on her-voyage from Havana lolthis'pprt, br'mgs infor- relaw n ta o a r torelg a « f 1 ^ , . ^ ^ Gene , ^ x „ „ i . i d , in* - TI).efe?t.ime.be|.gnd. Vo>l»' 7* .nrdav^ven!ftgfJhRjffi W3i....TX h e iiH u n . J v~>- C E L E B R A T I O N O F T H E F O U R T H tion of thjs' order, thejnationai flag will .be dia-latibn of his heafth-^the'leUer-was - ansvyered by played at.half staflf frpm sunrise to sunset ; thir S'hlg ^pri,'Ahdr’e\v. Jiicksoh, jf;,..and franked by tnen g u n s will be firedat ds)-break ; halfhoijrlAn'dfety Xa.ck?on«f-thhi. . was . -’his: last suns during: the day : and a^ the close: of. the f^ashvUle'.tioijbV lay a general salute. The. troops' will be pa- —‘—:— * ------ ;—:--------- ndf-d at 10 o-cljck. and this order read to them . Pn which the labors of the.day. will cease. L* l t he .virtues of the illutii ious dead\ retqfn their influence, and when energy and courage are called tor trial, emulate his example. V G E O R G E B A N C R O F T , , ' Aqting 3ecfrelary of W a r , arid Secretary oJ the Navy.,. In the city, of NbW.York, every. re*pect his been paidtotye memory of the illustrious dead, .o>n, the part uf the city au'triofities, the courts and.the variqus societies, 'The following communication was. sent in by the Mayor tn the Gommon Council. lU.ivDo’q H ppipp Tiinp’.' . A T B IY G jH A M T O N . T h e Committee of Ai,rahgemcnt*'‘rcspeCtfuliy an. nounce «s'follows i— ' Col.. H A Z A R D L E W I S , P r e s i d e n t . of -the • D a v . ‘ . . ' . ’ Maj. A ug i? st us M organ ,.; mo ref err e iit; prttyer-fortb e «piead‘ ;oC r'it^yg«*l»el{a5- : f t - v f ' £-'!-VUA. • > ' - ■(t.VWy-i-'h M L - •■■Ai'i ‘ r.!.;'L^frA ,«iaW -m lM iA n « ,'t)i» rhurerie* with tltyir' p a stors ■* “ V* . : \ if * ‘ t '-i ‘‘Jt '.iT-T yy.f t | • - - • j — w' Jit' ‘ I*>o->4Lai’ i«nif* >j£$inL f fbjiy invited to -'rri ' ’•*» \i> tons, . • ; ^ ■* r « > . s. ’* \\\ 1 * • ’ - * * ■ \ * ‘f lto n it tD v illO . pt.fl; • IT IBB . Q IVvtftQ*: -y ^8;.;W :rIIR A € 6 i ; . \ : - ■ ‘ K ■ J \ ‘ * \ * .* .** .- j> ' i .H xLb i- .'-iai . / - -f--,'*. '■ :*( t ^ : * r ,v I . ipH® '' r ;^ - l . f ;% ; . < T f!syjc.in.jtyi tjbat-'hel 61 'P H E i t ^ D l B S ' V L ; ^ jL A N D ’ i^gsi T eaye. j fbnffjtjte h a s u riJiahffaT- nfeW .a»_d^feAHLtt^- ib l assffitmeiit w h i c h h e w i ll ' cash:prices.-“ { g ;UihgIiam’tQn .ql, re r j u m e r y - ancti .x a p c y uqqqsj« be y ledse call *it<i ejtataine them ,. »u jliwi? '^1 •>'r! ,1 •? ni -.-*( l‘. i’’% • i,«* T t l K C i t r i i S T l O N S K T ' T l < E . I > * 1 m M ayor’s Office, June-16, 1845. T o the Honorable the Common Council: - r l M a j M a r t i n H a w l e y . - \ Gen .lemen—Inte.hgence has reached me this a f - 1 ^ ' ,i f . ___ • • ternoon, in ah apparently authentic form, ol the i£*en- . ^ rN E A> -L ^ death ot G e n e ral Andrew Jackson. H e expired on I S t e p h e n W e e d . . Lsq.”. Stinilay, Jiine8ih, at six o’clock, at his residence a t l L i c v i .D l M M i c i t / E f q .; ■thq Herm itage. I have thought it proper io ‘ eomr ^Vjaj P e t e r M i l l s m iinicate officially to you this event, ih order that A ' 1 ’ 1 R you m jy take m easures to e n a b letbtr.peopJe o f this . QitV, in sympathy with the whole people of-the Un-, ion, to manitest their sorrow lo r' this national, loss/ T h is is an e x u aordinahy occasion. T h e ' greatest aird-best man -in o u r c o u n try has fallen, and it isbe- • coming - that the event should be signalized by a m o u rning and grateful people. A soldier with he­ roic gehius/his achievement covered his cotmtry vu'-h im perishable renown a statesman o f intuitive; wisdom and profound sag'a'city, his.'perfect sympa- J V. Presidents. M y dear sir ..... __x. ----------- -------------................. . . - , - h?sty note. At 6 o’clock this evening, G e n c iralft11}’ w,th lhe popular masses m ade him th e ir truest J a c k s o n departed this lifeT r H e retained■hisfacut-K fepreseutative ahd'chosen leader in thegrfeat pOliD. ties to the last hour. 1 laiiient-that I was denied thesic'al movements ol .he time': more than any other;] i'm in his last moments, igm 'a n he has g iven the impress o f h is own character^ H o n D A N I E L S D I C K I N S O N , O .ator; H o n . J o h n C l a p p . R e a d e r. Rev. D avid D. G r e g o r y , C h a p l a i n . . C o L J . O . R o b i e . M a r s h a l . linst, in tlie'British mail steamer'Medway, from,- V c; I 7 ’ . / ’ ' r*-' * * -»'* : . a t - V ”4 r« Cruz. Tiiey wcre going tb.yenUzacla^ v ^ -On the Same day 'Gen. Bustamente landed^atr Ha vana, on bis ‘ way to Mexico, in thy . Uritish^wail steamer Dee, fro’m'Eiigland. The \Havana papers say-thaf in tljcir Mexieaii files tliey find nothing touching the-aifficuttiei mtibutiTcX as.. AH .indications' of- War: het’tveen. M exith fthld the ’United-State* had cobled dowhv '■ ' 2 I Jt is r e c o r d e d iri o n c - o f i h e 't l a v a r i a p a 'p e rs t B i t t h e -ench S e c r e t a r y o f L e g a tio n - li.atl 6e„ci». in r d lf e d - ' h y m e M e x ican - s o l d ie r s . -- ’I’tte 's e c r e t a r y , h a d rc q h i r e d ] o f t l i e g o v e r n f n e n l o f :.M e x icl» j>rb,»hpt .re d r e s s , o r h e W ould d e m a n d b is p a s s p o r t* .- ' ; ' . The Charleston CQUfier'adds-the folldwitig : ‘ ’ .. , _ .‘- ‘ t h e celeb r a ted ^ 're p o r t e r s - o i F a r i ^ i a n * J ^ s h i i V n - ^ I m . W e h a v e .h o p o s i l i v e - p a r l m u l a r r a s to- t h e c o u r s e i:_Pq.yjs.has'qdtU tfied h ! f i i s i e ^ J i l \ t h ^ A R T ; $ F \ [p u r s u e d b y - .th p N ? * ' 0411- g o v h r n i f ie n t - in. b a j i i s h i n g i G R l N G i t o ajdegree^^A felbry - l in r k n o w n / d h S a n t a A n n a ; b u t^ c a p t,, P a r k i n s o n , in f o r m s u s th a t, h e A R f isT k . - A n y q n e -w-^ j . j , . , j ' r th f e / q a n s a t i s f y h i m s e l f o T t h d t r u f h ’o f t h i s s t a w - : u n d e r s to o d l b a t th e d e c r e e p r c s c r .b e d -an a b s e n c e o f ?m e i Jt-.by e k a m i n ' i n ' g ' f h e ' g W r f e ^ W ^ l i t ^ j h a a i ^ te n y e a r s — th a t b is p r i v a t e p r o p e r ty w a s r e s p e c t e d — j N G L A N D ’S E M P O R l U % O E P A S E n d N , : T' th a t lie h a d w i t h h im a la r g e a m b u n t : o f ni.pncy ; a n d S t f h i c l i m a y b e ‘ \ ~ *’ ** ‘ w a s in g o o d p e r s o n a l h e a l i h a n d sp i r i t s . . p . y e r ’s o r D j c t o r I t is also tw e e n th e a n d a stro n c a s e , is tlie f.ic t tlial^ t h e N e p t l i n o , tlie p r o p e r t y o f j .iMexicari’s , - b a d b e e ii oidc.red to N e w Y o r k .tO re f it— B . . C A M P H I N E w h ic h w o u l d * o f c u t i r s c . n'o't* h a v e ' b c e n . a o n e , ' i f t h e E j ^ R E S H d o i t b i e d i s t i 'l e . d G a m p h m e , j u s t r e c e i v e d ' . S t . T R I V E T T ’S C h e a p - p r u g S t o y e : ' . . ' fe- — ----- *— - ... -^-.--1. - j * -tf > X A M P Q i L — A 1 f i r s t r a t e a r t i c l e , - w a r r e n t e d tO’> H-f.iuQd:-at e v e iy 'Store,*'1 r’s Office in this v i llage, o r a t jh e ^ m r^ Birighamtoh.Juiie 21,1845\. [owners were apprehensive o f such a s cycn't'. -Low S r i ti i t s , caused‘by the ‘ preiscnc'e of'ttnpijreg J L j bum well-, only, six s h illing per gallbttatV-' - humors in fhe-blortd—Health is\ the staletif body a n d S -14-Jtii. T R I V E T T ’S'C h e a p Dfng--Store.;- ■■ and mind-which lenders mere e x istence'a blessing ;W r ^ RQOM E CO M M O N PL E A S —^ j x i p p t ^ V ' *any thing short of this is diseasfe, and is caused by the® .13 day vs Lurlier.Goo'deno.ugh and Dayicl BwOSS. . The proceMion Will form at ten o’elock in front o f^juices, by n<*glecfof vegetable purging. The cure is^^n P a r tffidn. P.-rvmnster C. i u c k e r , ) * . . . , , a* • tar r>K • > Asst. Marsha s. Maj. W m . E . A b b o t t , y [satisfaction of seeing him wus u n fortunately delayed in ascending.the. .v.rssis- Ssippj, so t h at I did not reach N a shville till halfpast |s l x this evening-. 1. immediately procured a con­ veyance, and came out-with my fam ily— h a v ing un­ derstood that the G e n e ral’s h ealth .was exceedingly precarious, ahd bsing anxious to adminis er, it I could-, som e com fort in the closing scene o f hisie vent tul life. On m y way, a few m ilesfrom ihe city, f met the f tmUy physicrau, who informed me. that the G e n e ral’was. no .more. [to our age and ihe instUuiions o f our coun ry. Wirhgteat'respect, gentlemen, vourf, Ac. • W . F. HAYEM E Y E R . F u n e r a l o f General Jackson. [Correspondence bf the N . Y. Journal of Commerce.] N a s h tilli, Tens ,Jtine 11, 1845. W h en we roiunfed from the funeral at the . iH e r initnge yesterday evening J found it too late mail, as I expected to do iter, Thu funeral occu h e - t o ii k an affectionate leave of lifs frie n d s and do ____________ . , mestics. retaining to the Iasi his senses and ju le U e c tg ? « pbysLfan represents the.scene as most affect-|pie-J nearly th e w h o le d a y , and bv the tim e n e ,.,nin.,a .A Ha emireit with the utmn's 4 ralmne<N i i n ? > ^ rem arks that he d eparted with perteol s e - 3 rof],. t vve|ye m iles back to tow n , it w a s nearly unclouded.. . lie exp,red y d h thy 0 ^ ca. m . n e ^ | ry of nain^ f.and YXrith full faith i,l the P*omiSes 8 n i„ hf; W h im .w . nrrivpd in .hr. m o rnim r a h n n , expressing the highest confidence m a happy lmmor P o f salvation through a Redeemer, tality through a Redeemer.- gjj I have seen the corse since'my a rrival. The.viV Gen H o u s to n la n d e d a t N a s h v i l l e at h a l f past 3 S-it W 3 S in-life. \ , , . rp. H«r a luneral will take place on^ Tuesday next, a t # p ] |S m o ve linm ediitle frtends «ud neighbors had on Sunday Evening, and set off.,, haste lo the Her g u p>clock)a. m . A nation will feel this loss, as a 3 . Q|ne „ . .t.” # . a r | v , h o ! I f . ' _ fh _- l 6 „ r < ! sician, who-.uforuiedHnation has received thelruits ol his toils duringuhea . • . , , , , night. VVbt’n.ue arrived »n the morn in?,about nine o'clock,the house Wasneat ly filled,although the hour appointi-d for the funeral was eleven m i t a g e , b u t w a * m e t by th e p h y s i c ia n h i m th a t t h e G e n e r a l w a s 'n o m o r e . W e re c e i v e d th i s i n t e l l i g e n c e from C o l. J . C . E l d r i d g e , w h o a c c o m p a n i e d G e n . H o u s t o n . f r o m .T e x a s , a n d w h o is now on h is w a y to W a s h i n g to n c i t y . T h e sim p l e a n n o u n c e m e n t, o f tin s m e l a n c h o ly th o u g h lo n g e x p e c t e d e v e n t , w ill e x c i t e th e d e e p e s t e m o t i o n s in th e h e a r t s o f th e A m e r i c a n p e o p le. T l i e m e m o r y o f J .i'ck s o n b e lo n g s to h is c o u n t r y . H e r h is to r y w ill c o n t a i n th e re c o r d o f bis v a l u a b l e se r v i c e s — h is s t e r l i n g p a t r i o t i s m — a n d a n a t i o n ’s g r a t i t u d e w ill b e liis m o n u m e n t . T l i e fu n e r a l , w e u n d e r s t a n d , w a * to h a v e ta k e n D iace y e s t e r d a y m o r n i n g . T h e L o u isv i ll e J o u r n a l o f t h e s a m e d a t e s a y s : D e a t h o f G e n e r a l J ackso n ,— A n e x p r e s s a r r i v e d h e r e th i s m o r n i n g , fro m N a s h v i l l e , w i t h in t e l l i g e n c e th a t t h i s e m i n e n t m a r) d ie d a t t h e H e r m i t a g e o n S u n ­ d a y U 'g b t a t 6 o ’c l o c k , P . M . H e b a d sw o o n e d in th e m o r n i n g , a n d fo r a t i m e , w a s [best years of.his life. I V e ry truly,yonrfriend, S A M .H O U S T O N . [His excellency, J ames K. P olk , &c.,&e. H o n o r s - t o t h e I l l u s t r i o u s D e a d , : T h e following are the o rders issued respectively fay: the President, and by the' actin g S e c retary of W arj and Secretary, of tlie N a v y . B Y TH E P R E S ID E N T . Andrew Jackson is no m ore! H e departed this’ life on Sunday, the £ih instant, lull o f days and fful.lj ol'honors. H is Cv untry deplores his loss, and will; ever cherish his m e m jry. 1 W h ilst a nation mourns, it,is proper that busi­ ness shou'd be suspended, at least for one day, in! the Executive Depa tments, as a tribute of respect to the illustrious dead. ^ . I accordingly direct that the Department o f State,' the Treasury, War, the Navy, the Post-Office, itbcj Office oi the\ Attorney G eneral, and the Executive] supposed to be dcadS«? 4 »sioD, be instantly put into mourning, and .hat * ' M tk m r i-v *•» I /liir,n r v 1 1m *r»r It <>1 £1 .4 •» XT t r, m u c i’/tnr I with the bereaved family which the old hero had left behind him, in his adopted son and daughter and their children. It was a sad scene to see tho Phenix Hotel, and inarch- thence to the Presby. Jcrian Church,, where the services will be conducted.^ The Military, the Fire Companies willi their insignia,| the Fiankhn -Lyceum, and the citizens generally, arc! invited to take part. From the Church,' the assent-] bly, ladies and gentlemen, will adjourn tb Dinncr.|| A full programme of A rrangem ents will be issued Tor] the day. SAM ’L H. P. H A L L . S 1 E P H E N D. H A N D , . G W. H O l 'C H K I S S , E . M. KOLLO, . N A T H A N S DAVIS, P. B. BROOKS, A U G . M O R G A N , E L I A S H A W L E Y , G E O . E I S B E L L , J. R. O R T O N , Binghamton, June 23, 1845. . , ... . , - .... ..., ,.»• By virtue ofim oxder made and.ehteredin the a-- vcry simple : open the natural ara.mrqf the the body|'boV/ cause dated'thp 5 hh day of.june isTfi which nature-has provided for the carrying out* of all | Sokl bv or yaider the direclioh oi the subs.eriberstA its irnpurilea. and health will be sure to follow. -ThisF comniissi.qne'js duly appo!n(ed,T)y. the said,cqurytQ^ can- be-accomplished without any inconvenience, by» *lfbke-stic-li^ale, on the 15th d a y ; o f August-toqxtAt r r , ,» - . . i I o’c ock,-in the forenoon ofthat day at tjhc Phenix- ihe use of Dr* BrandeJ-ba Vegetable Universal Hotel in the trillfage of Bingham ion in .the coffhty^ which are known by the experiencc of tlffiusands; tug. of Broqiue alf those: two eeriain pieces.pr parcels 6P perfectly cleanse the blood from ail foulness,' rem<>ve|| lund situate lying and being in. the Town .of Vesta) every rnorbid-affecUon,.and renovate weak K n f e a b l e d i ^ ^ M as follows! a;CefUliK SaaT m jtt, afrd constitutions to perfect health anrd vigor, The following- .are duly appointed- agents for the >■ Com.- sa l e o f l |) e B r a n d r e t h P i l l s in B r o o in e c o u n t y , e a c h Line' h a v i n g a. n e w c e r t i f i c a t e o t a g e n c y from, D r . B r .a n d r c tli-;—-J^-R .- O r - to n , B i n g h a m t o n ; -G .- -& II D u s e n b u r v . ^ V i n d s o r ; ’ B ird c a ll -W h e e l e r , U p p e r [L i s l e j P . E . A v e r y , U n io n V i l l a g e ; J . M , C h a m b e r .la in , M a i n e ; G . H .’ C l a r k , Y o r k s h i r e ; C a n f ie l d & S t e e l e , U n io.n. 11 F o u r t h o f J u l v . O u r c i t i z e n s w ill- b e g l a d to sg e , by. t l i e o r d e r o f | the afflicted t.tmily weeping* over the remains of * arran®emc”^8 published this, week, that our Nationals] him who had so long been to them a father and l A,,qiversary i», this year, to be duly honored. 1 hy a friend ^ p r e p a r a t i o n s , w e a r e in f o r m e d , a r e a l l to be, o n a n The corpse was placed in the c e n t r e o f t h c | ' n ,P ^ i ' i g sc a l p . T h e M i l i t a r y a n d F i r e C o m p a n i e s ! large parlor al the left of ihe hall; and as n e u | wi11 b c o ^ t h e U d i e s w ill u n i t e , t h e la r g e s t h o u s e in a r r i v a l s u i a d e their n p p c a r a n c e } t h e r e w a s o n e to w n h a s b e e n se c u r e d ; a n d a f t e r d u l y d i g e s t i n g th.e] b u t he soon a f t e r w a r d s re v i v e d . II is death will noj doubt create a great sensation throughout the country G e n . J a c k s o n ’s D e a tli. F r o m th e N e w ' Y o r k J o u r n a l o f C o m m e r c e .. T h e flag s on a il t h e v e s s e ls in p o r t a n d o n a l l th e p u b l i c b u il d in g s , a r « f l y in g a t h a l t m a s t . T h e C o u r ta h a v e a d jo u r n e d . C o r r e s p o n d e n c e o f t h e N . Y . J o u r n a l o f C o m m e r c e . N a * i i v i l l e , T e n n . „ ) Monday. J u n e fltli, 1815 ^ T h i * m o r n i n g I h a d n e a r l y fin ish e d a le t t e r t o th e J o u r o . t l o f C o m m e r c e , g i v i n g a n a c c o u n t o f a v isit to S th e H e r m i t a e e a n d th e c o n d i t i o n o f G e n . J a c k s o n ’s^ h e a l t h , to g e t h e r w ith o t h e r in f o r m a t i o n , w h e n th e m e l a n c h o l y in t e l l i g e n c e rcach& d m e t h a t ‘on la s t e v e ­ n i n g , a t 6 o ’c l o c k , th e v e n e r a b l e s t a t e s m a n a n d p a t r i ­ ot, h a d ex p ire d . L a s t e v e n i n g , a b o u t 6 o’c lo c k , G e n . H o u s t o n , th e ex President uf Texas, arrived on a steamboat, on his W a y t o t h e H e r m i t a g e ; a n d w i t h o u t tto p p i n g hcre{-j lo n g e r t h a n to o b t a i n a c o n v e y a n c e , p r o c e e d e d a t \ j o n c e to th e G e n e r u l ’a re s id e n c e . H e arrived, of;? constant stream of human bt-irigs. making their wav to take the ’last look ot biin who had been so distinguished ih his'day and genora'ion. Hi? countenance /oo’ked even younger and fresher limn when I visited Kim-pluvious to his death — [Those who had never seen him before, recogni [zed, at once, the feature* of the extraordinary [man, whose portraits and engravings - they had Isvei) in all parts of the country, and whose face [had in it u distinctiveness of character that‘dis- |ii:ii>uished i: from all others. dinner and the toasts, the day. will he dosed by the] largest display of fireworks which the place ever wit. nesscd— and, if it Can be procured in season, thef ascension of a balloon. |E |r * A s th e In d i a n fo r m e r l y ro a m e d o v e r ih e m o u n t a i n s o f P e r u , u n c o n c i p u s o f t h e v a s t w e a l t h th a t lay h i d d e n b e n e a t h its s a r f a c e ; so , till la t e ^ 7, h a v e w c stro ll e d th r o .ugb o u r n a t i v e fo r e s ts, i g n o r a n t .of the fa c t tlia t th e y c o n t a i n i n g r e d i e n t s w h i c h , in h a n d ? sk i ll e d by s t u d y a n d e x p e r i e n c e , form b y fa r tin m o s t e f f ica c io u s re m e d y for a ll k i n d s o f P u l m o n a r y a.rui L i v e r a f f e c ti o n s k n o w n to the w o r ld ; y e t th i s ir-j tru e . W ild .C h e rry b a r k a n d T a r h a v e , in d e e d b e e n ® used b e f o r e , b u t tin ir v i r t u e s c o u ld n o t be fu l ly ap prcciated, because th e y w e r e n o t fo lly e x t r a c t e d . — D r. W i s t a r h a s d o n e Litis —a n d h is B a lsa m o f W ild C h e r r y (w h ic h c o n t a i n s a lso a\n e x tra c t, o f ,T a r ) . a s lo n i s h i n g e v e r y b o d y , e s p e c i a ll y th e M . - D ’s , by its w o n d e r f u l effica.cy in A s t h m a , L i v e r C o m p l a jn l s : C-'onghs, C o lds,- B le e d i n g of. t h e L u n g s , f i r s t s t a g e s of C o n s u m p t i o n , e t c . T h i s B a lsa m is m a d e -from roa- | te r i a i s w h ic h n a t u r e h a e p l a c e d in a ll n o r t h e r n la i tito d e s a s , a n a n t i d o t e fo r d ise a s e s p a u s e d b y co ld J land on -wHich the sa me n o w . stands together VMk «• f all the wmer m i l l ’p rivileges, said water Ac.\ to'tfce*-; isaid.mill beltffiaifigv being the sanie situated- tnr * 1 c e rtain lot in V e stal conveyed, to said GoocfceWough :\.by R. C.jllins. A L S O , oiie other piece o f la« d l o » [ the east side of ihe • c reek and being thc-same* o » ' i w hich there is a saw .tnili now built,-incfudfpg'.siif-' fficient land for m ill, s a id w a ter w a y s a n d a ll neces- 9 saiy p r iv ile g e s for said mill the said fast p iece p f land being part of said conveyed by said G o liins to' csaid Goolenoitgh June o, 1828, Ret‘orde:!-in.Book 13 page 383, and the premises a re described th e r e in , as part o f One H u n d r e d ‘acres from the south side of lot No. 11 Nichols Patent. Dated June24th 1845.’ B A R Z IE L A I M A R V IN . > * C H A R L E S W . S A NFO R D ,4} Com’ers. ' R IC H A R D M A T H E R , ) B. N. L oomis , A tt’v. * T4'-« R E D E M P T IO N O F N O T E S O F IN S O L V E N T SA F E T Y FUND BA N K S , , - » C o m p t r o l l e r ' s O f f i c e ,, > s j , Albany, June 6,1845. y K r r t H E Comptroller, in obedience to the third Sec- \ 1 JL tion oi the A c t Chapter 114 of the Laws of 1845, her ' ' \ ■ • - F i r e s I n c e n d i a r i e s . T h e alarm oj fire on Monday evening, was occasioned by fire having caugltt in the chafriber*cijmale,,. of Mr Lowell Brainurd’s new house orr the n.p->B “Nature is but the name for an-effect per part of Court street, it burned through t h e l W h o s e c a u s e is G o d .\ roof but.was extinguished withont much d a m f u s n o t n e g l e c t h e r p l a i n e s t d i c t a t e s . A lw a y s signed hi-; spirit to -his H e a v e n ly F a her. T h e na'.ion, w h ile it learns with g r ief the death of its mo.-t illustrious citizen, finds solace in contem- Dlating his venerable c h a racter arid services1.— The valley of the M ississippi beheld in him the; bravest, and wisest, and most lortunate of its de ^fenders. .T h e country raised him to the highest tniS !5 in m ilitary and in civil life, wish a confi dence that never abated, and an afleclion thatfol lowed him m undim inished vigor to retirement ^watched over his lales1 hours, and pays its tri bate at bis grave. W h e r e v e r his. lot w a s cast, , , , , ,« 1 u h e appeared am o n g those around him . first! in course, an hour or more too late to witness the closmgK , .;r« „.„i ’ , i natural enuowmftus and resources, not less than sc e n e o f h » e v e n t f u l tn e , a n d w a s m e t on in e iv a v a ^ , . . . - m--.- / w h rst in authority and station. 1 he pow e r ofius by messengers coming to bring tile anlictmg news to the city. From Doct. Essclman, who spcul the day at the H e r m i t a g e , and W itnessed th e a f f e c ti n g s c e n e of th e [they be closed during the whole day to-morrow. 1 JA M E S K . P O L K . W ashington C itt , June 16,1845. T h e A r m y a n d N a v y . G E N E R A L ORDER. \V A s H iN O T q N ,.June 16, 1845. The President of the United States, with] heartfelt sorrow , announces to the a r m y , the navy an<l the m a rine eoi'pS, thtt ddfitll of Ax b r e w J ackson . Oi) the evening of Sunday, B tbe expression so tru e to that calm and th o u g h t 3^1' l‘' \ ei AiUUI hen decomposed it is found to consist of the seven iht: :eight day of J u n e , about 6 . o’clock, he re | f u i look w h ich distinguished his later y e a r s , i h a t i feetntlO fiS fi m illinery Shop,„lVGie fiJfi-l fflfluaLqflia/y colors, thus proving the Sim, the Source from you seemed looking on life itself, rather than anSby the smell of smoke, and on examination dis-§whence it comes, to be the grand painter of creaUqn ieveby gives notice, that he will redeem at par 5the putst.-mdrng c irculating bills6f’the Gom tnereiaf atilc of New-York, the Bank oFBuffaio, the Co|ni m efeial Bank ofJJuffalo, the Com m ercial Bank of ■Oswego, the Clinton County-Bank, the W a terv jiet' [Bank, ancl the Bank oi L yons. T h e Com p irol.er fs nor authoiised to pay interest, (inany case: Those persons, lherelore, who have* [packages of notes which have been protested o r the tpajrment demanded o f th e R e c e iver ofthe Bank, in order to obtain interest, will find it necessary tocol- lect the demand through tbe Receiver. Those peF-- Isons jvho hold b i'.lsof any ofthe Banks before pant- led, and m I io have not taken the necessary steps to. [esiabiibh a claim for interest, and a re willing to sivr- ■!render the notes on ro-eiving dollar f o r d q H a ^ c a * 0.) the man’el piece, immediately over the [head of the corpse, was the last portrait of the^qge. How it originated is uncertain— the proSrw* . L i Oeueral! token by M r (or Lo„,s| , J |e c„use ^ earele£<ncs3 of Pboj> ' * ' \ 8 [L-’h t l l i p p e , the K m g o f the French. It was a c - a , .- .. . , ■ <. [know ledged by all to be the best piece of paint- f i P , a J l n ? lv , l h ” r e ,n t n e slr<?e f- . . B S a n d s ’s S a r s a p a r i l l a . - - L i g h i ^ is m e -m o s t ' m p o r . j | f l.0;-n t h e -C b a T l c e ] l o r o n t h e s a f e t y ling o f its kind ever .seen in this oart of the C O iin - f l D n T u e s d a y o f . l a s t w e e k a t a b o u t five o ’c l o e k g t a n t , t b e m o s t s e n s ib le a n d S trik i n g , p h e n o m e n o n o f p e w l l e c t e d t h e s u m s d u e t h e bank- a n d a p p l i e d t h e a * ■try, a n d yet there was no show old r a p e ry a b o u t J i n t h e a f t e r n o o n , t h e o c c u p a n t s o f t h e W o o r l e n f i j t h e u n i v r s c . I t affo r d s t h e m e a n s o f e x a l t e d a n d e x - g y a i l s to tlie p a y m e n t Oi i t s d e b ts. , a M , . k.n i K be p aid at this rate, on presenting: the’ bills- to the be sure lo get the genuine article, as spurious “ Bai g Comptroller All other claims which have been presented ancl E T F o r sa l e b y L e v i M . R ex f o r d [it, but a true and fiituful portrait of the old man IbefiH'G hp died. The eves were so peifect, and telclirig or. the ji. w . corner of Court and M J a - | < l \ r*5‘e *rtd is t'hc»d«rc6 Trbm' whence man I . , . , n ' t r i E fd e riv e s llic la r g e s t 'p r o p o r t io n o f v a lu a b l e k n o w l e d g e [ter streets, occupied on the lower iloor by Ii, H—. I . . . . . . . < T h e 'b a J a n c e t h c h iT e m a i n i n g is a c h a r g e o n th e s a f e t y f u n d , a n d t h e s e 1- itn a g e of life. T h e featu res an d lin e a m e n ts o f * c o v e r e d th a t p fire had c a u g h t o r been set inffA s light is''to'the. physical world, so is health to ih. the face w e r e e q u a lly perfect^ an d th e ab u n d a n c e jjg o m e ch ip s n e a r a turnirio1 lath e in th e H rfei | p hysical frame— rfcmove the one, and all 'isblank ; . ° . , .-** . ’llta k e 'a v v a y tlie o t h e r , a n d m a n w i t h e r s e r e h e b lo o m s w h ich how e v e r had gone cut of-itself. T - ln s S . - , r .i o : r • ,i j “ - A s t h e g e n ial ra v s p t t h e S u n i n f u s e . w a r m t h a;id re. o ld m a n ’s d e a t h , I le a r n e d so m e o f th e p a r t i c u l a r s W h ich I n o w c o m m u n i c a t e . ' E a r l y in t h e m o r n i n g of] the d a y , { S u n d a y ) he became conscious that th e spark of iifc was nearly e x t i n g u i s h e d , a n d e x p e c t i n g to dio b e f o r e a n o t h e r su n w o iild s e t , h e s e n t fo r h is fa m i l y a n d d o m e s ti c s to c o m e a n d re c e i v e h is d y in g benediction. II . b remarks, it is said, were full flf •fcction and Christian resignation. H i s m i n d re t a i p o d ft* vijj-ir t o t h e la - t , a n d h is d y i n g <i>,nients, e v e n m o r e th - m h is e a r l i e r y e a r s , e x h ib i te d its h 'g h e s t in te l l e e t n a l light. T o his faintly ami friends he said: “ D h n o t g r i e v e th a t 1 am a b o u t to le a v e y o u , fo r I a liatl bu b e t t e r o f f A ltho.iorb I a m a f f l- c t e d w ith p a i n a n d h t d i l y su f f e r i n g , t h e y a r e a s n o t h i n g co m pareff'ivi.t'h-flje-sufFji'injf.j oi the Saviour of the wnrltl, mirrd impressed itself on the policy of his conn try, and still lives, and will live forever, ill lbt meino’y ofits people. C h ild ofa forest region, mid the seitler of a wilderness, his was a genius .vhich, a? it came to the guidance of affairs, io s t i r i c i i v e i y a t t a c h e d its e l f 1.0 general principles and .inspired by the truth which his own heart iGVGitled io him in singleness and simplictv, in* found always.a response in the breasts of hiV co'intrym r'ii. C row n e d w ith glory in. w a r, in in his whole career, as a statesman, he sho<ved himself ihe fiieud ami h)>er of peace, . YViiii an A m \ ' i c a n h e .- ,r t, w h o s e t h r o b s w e r e at! foe r e p i b l i r a n I r e d o m a n d h i s n a t i v e la n d , .h e ' vet o n g e d io piodioie the widefet iu!ercour<e, and the fit in t i t n it** c o m m e r c e , h e t w e t n t h e in a n v u n i o n s o f m a n k i n d . H e w a s t h e s e i v a n t o i f h u r n n i i y . O f a v e h e m e n t w i l l , h e w a s p a tiien t in eouacif. d. liberating long, hear ing a|j things; u':i*i was put to (Lit!) oil t'iB scourged tree, I iwvejjiy^ in |jie tnoiiiei'.t ol acvioii, d e c id in g wi h r«t fu'ffill .d my des-iny on t i h c t r i h , and it is bette.r ‘hail;,; |j,yf Qf a ,,0b|e naim e, and incapable of dis tlns worn out fr*m o should uo to rest, and my sp'fi’-gtnjijie. [jjg thoughts .la \* open to all around him. take up its abndh wit It tiro Redeemer.” He continued thus to address hi* relatives and friends at intervals, dming the forenoon, and, as Dr E*»elman 're i a i r k e d . his confidence and faith in the gr.eat truths of religion seemed to-he mure firm and unwavering than any man he had overseen die. He expressed a desire that Dr. Edgar; of the Presbyteri­ an church; to which he himself belonged, should preach- his funeral scrtnmi, and that; no pomp or pa- rade should be made over his grave. 1 To day, a meeting of the mayor and common Cotnr Cli o f Nashville was held, which passed resolutions in-honor of his memory, and called a meeting of the citizens in tho afternoon, at 4 o’clock, to make auita file preparation* for the'funeral. At Ibis meeting Andrcw Ewing, e»q , made some eloquent and feel- mg -remark* ao Uw-object of tbe'meeting, and during ami won their confidence by his ingenious fi a u k . ness. H is judgm e n t tvas of that solidity, tha he ever tem p e red vigor w f h piudmice. .Th«- flo^hinors of iiuaer could niever cloud his f jcul lies, but lath e r kindled and lighted them up, q u ick - n in e their e n e rg y tviihoui d ictm b ing their balance. In war, bis eye at,a, g lance di-conned his. plans with u n e r iin g sagacity; iu poaee,- he proposed m e a s u res w ith instinctive wisdom, of. w h ich the inspirations w e re prophecy. In-dis cipline s’ern , in a ju s t resolution inflexible, he was full ot the gentlest affections, ever r«fdy to solaee the d istressed, a n d to ,reliev e .lh e needy o f w h ite h a ir , w ith its stiffness-partially gone, and th e s h r i n k i n g attitude of th e form , b o u g h i j th e hist d a y s of th e v e n e r a b le p a trio t vividly be­ fore you. A t eleven o’clock the body* was moved out on die broad piazza in front of the housp, and a plat fom t f*;ecied behind the pillars, where the Rev. Dr. Edgar took his stand, and the funeral exer­ cises commi-nced By this lime m o re than a thousand p-ople bud assembled; and nrnong (hem .many of the old soldiers that a&fcted the G eneral in d ivingthe Indians fiom our borders, s ood with tearful eyes around his eoffln. Tilt* Dr., after reading one of the Psalms, and sing ing and prayer, took his text frotn the Rev. 7 chap, 13 14 verse*, and delivered one of the most pathetic an d elo q u e n t d isco u ises 1 eve heard. He spoke first of the solemn and affecting oc­ casion that had hi ought them together, und of (fie dr-ep feeling- th a t prevaded -every heart, at this dispensation.of Divine Providence. H e said a great, and distinguished patriot had gone down to the, grave, and we had come to pay our la^t1 uibute of respect to his cold remains. I* h a v e ^ io n , amounted to $5,500, show ing an increase m ight have, been a serious fire, as, had it g o t w e I isn(;Wed vigor into tho vegetable creation, so Sands’s I Receiver, under way, it c o u ld h a rd ly have been arrestedS:Sarsapai:illa infuses strengtitinio the weak and Ian “ short o f th e destruction of the w h o le r a n g e ‘'o f a k nid haoic. Daily experience', shovys results tlie buildings on -W a ter street, including this t o y l ^ 1 0 8 1 ««i1ooked for, thus gladdening the to despair — sfy tlie most in - of the blood, &. e. a ret its use. should he a sad reflection to such a one, that jn-Hcutaneb”8 di®easc*ii uqp.ur,i1i[:;s « siead of f.ilfilling the m ission of. u s e f u l n e s s 'o n l 8 ^ aV ^ pf ^ 9 l^ '? ! f re^ ^ ^ . ' For.further par'liculars and-conclusive.evidence off its superior value and efficacy, see pamphlets, which [mayffieobtatn.cd of agorijagratis.• ; | Prepared and soffi, wfiolef-ate andt retai?, by A. B. i ._r s . < j-i i.-i i j ./ i, j ;■ .84 T*L Glminiala »Q7a 'Rrnftnti’O v balances can be paid as soon as the Receiver disr, eposes o f tbe assets o f tlie Bank and gets a final order |fi'om tlie Chaneefor, e i her 10 C3S)l OT S il per cent - , jstOfk at par, whicb the Comptroller is authorised - tlo issue u ader the “A c t lo provide for paying the - ;:deb s of insolvent Satety Fund Banks ” . passed A-* rpril 28\ t845: ' % In the ca>e of the Bank of Buffalo, the final order ilia's been made by the Vice-Chapcel-or pf ,tbe 8tft \ circuit, and the means for paying the* balance ofall {the claims against the Bank have been paid to the. | Thef assets ofthe Bank.of Oswego ate believed' To be sufficient to pay all the debtso<' that Bank, a n d [hone of the circulating notes o f th e Banlr of Qswer fgo Have been redeemed-b'jr.the jpGBipfroJler, ’ ‘ , i ,T:he nanres-and residences o f the Receivers-of tlie Iseveral Banks are as follows; 1 Commercial Bank of New-Yock, J. M . Dlatclt-, f iford; JS'ew-Vorfc. ~ , , . -I i n 3 '•■hodrts ofTbotisartds who had given up hce, and the en'tre block on Caurt street, to tbePr, • r T i i .. y 5 - f j g C u res are recordeq calculated to satisfy . u , ‘‘‘ X t' C h e n a n g o B r id g e , I f set by an incendiary-*cfedtjIoCi\s; iirid as “ f a c t s are.'stubborn things.” they tnan o r boy, w e en v y him not his feelings. Itlh a v e only to be mentioned. , C hronic derangements I C o m ffiereiai'B a B k 'o i Buffalo, S.. A u s tin ,B y f - 7 • B ............ i: _ ____ tii __ i f wii T ’i . _ - ■ : 4 ! • • »' ■ . ! eotM.merciai F a n k o f CfeWcgbj T r B c e k m a h ’,k f n V 'derhopir, - ' '■-/ ' , l!L ‘ * W a terv liet R a n k , GfeorgG/R/Davis, T roy., C finton C o u n ty B a n k , -H e n ry K. A v e r ill, P ia ttr- burgh. * * '• B a n k 0 / L y b n s y iTbcjnqfl R .- S tr o r i^ B a lnlyra. 1 B a n k o f Oswego, C h 'a il?5 '0 f o i^ in s /Q ^ c tip v ia .- . ~Wayng C o u n ty.B a n ^ ,'^ittuefM [il'ler,.'[R o c h e steri! C ity B a n k o f Bifflalo, G . W , ^W e lLA 'itK JiiJL !j .Tfie debts of-the Lafayette ‘ Bank, qf New-Yor.k, ingfnding e lrcuiatii/g nqtes,' h a v e 'b een paid by th® '. R t c e iv e r from the a ssets o f the B a n k . * , ! A , C . F L A G O , Com p troller. w h ich he was sent into the world, he exists in it but a s a curse a n d a bane. E v e n though he es­ cape the retributive arm pf-justice for the pres ent, he s h o u ld rem e m b e r, t h a t the fires lie k in­ dles, s o o n e r or later, either, h e ie pr herqajt^r, will be turned upon him self. . - r INCREASE OF TOLLS,.. T h e tolls cfoJlrcied at this place on the 14th a*. • * > T t t • ’ rune, tw o m onths from the opening of navinra P over last jredr to the s a m e date, ofabout $ 1,800 - 1 r ' ■ . .5 - r 1 A p p o l n t n i e i i t t o G n g l a n d * ;- Louis M g L ane of Maryland, J»as been appolntcil by tire Presiden.t, Envoy* Extraordinary and Minister Pienipotenftary to London. He will- sail for Eng land, *ay* the Union, by tho steamer uf July 16th. £r3r*The P. M. General lias established a weekly mail-between N. Orleans and-Gal vcstoh, T exas. not tontn tor even a sk e tch .of th e discourse, but •if er speakim; of the present affiic ion§ and trials o f ih e C h r i rian : a n d .h i s final, g l o r i o u s a n d hnp l»v d»-suity beyond th e g t a v e , t h e p r e a c h e r touch e:l upon the his:ory of the Generdl’s life, anil g a v e a sikeich of his religious experience and hislori for tlit; Inst fix years, tfn e e hq bfcame a m e m . her of ih e P r e s b y tei fan C h u r c h . D u r i n g thi- period he bad enjoyed frequent in terc o u r s e w ith him, and hud introduced him into the Church. H e bore testim o n y to f h e sin c e r ity o f h is con version, an d th e consistency o t his subsequent life, up to .hi* final d t- p a r tu ie for a better w o rld.’ M a n y of ’.h e co n v e rsations he held w ith the-vert-' era h ie m a n h e recounted in his re m a i k s , and held u p thq B i b le an d b in m book, th e constant com pan runs ofhislater y ears, and alluded u*-ibeirM*nd. U,e F/iuccde Bolms among her pattscngerr: ■ worn appearance, a s an evidence of their con-1, The frontier is reported qGiet and .entirely free slant- perusal. Here he uttered the - f e n iim e n tslfro,n-lt,di,n disturbance*., ft i* *tilFaffirmrd howev he had so-oft^n beard the venerable chris!ianT er’ ,h*1 ■ Mexican force i« gathering ontiieRioGran- express respeciing the value of this book, and it^ff de, with the*uppo*ed-intent of pommer.cing hostilit^s importance in form ing the c h a racter. T h e closeffahould annexatioto be 'resolved, ‘ The5, Pjcayune. rep- aT kiw an«>Mi«w mm* ^ _ J ^ J V v a a a n t m th n T o v a n a • • fu l l Affi«itt4 . *2 L A T E R FRpAl TEX A S . . ' - F m n i'the N, Y. Com:*.Advertiser. The New Orle»n* papent of Hie 7lit have advices froth Galvefton to the 4tlt, the steamship New York' having arrived, with Major .Donelson, Gerr Lairiar faithful to his friends, fervid for his country.—{o f bis sermqu wm very tender and affect in?, a'ndjretent* the Texane as full af fight,, aoaainoarfuriht Indifferent to other rewards, he aspired through- om li(e :o an honorable fame, and so lovrd bis fellow m en, that h e longed to dw e ll io th e ir aff-{ The excercieea were thet cloeed and after! Capt. Elliot arrived at Galveston on the evsuihf of |*ands &.;Cb., Priijt\ists'afi£l Ctie in isl.s,-^7 3 Broadway] New- York’. ^rice $1 pcr.b.ojtlle:. six Loltleu fqr $5. ; Jt f * Q °Fdr sal^alao, by L..\ Hi: Rf xfokd, Bipghan)t;qri g . H EALTH and its attendant bleesings can onla be secured by^a. propef aijtsp ^ o .n :t,»: f ot; d~isca*es a « t h e y o c c u r , a n d w b i c h . if ■ left: tm a l t c i i d c d to, result Id thc_ fatal .cfinisoqtietiP^it. HnW/fiftefi is it tlie case iha? a'tK:glectcdicofigh*icrmrn^w:*ffi con. gumption, when a Tew .of. SI»crin*n’B*(2«mgh L^rtOtigoi, givpn.in time.- jvould have prcvented^tlie d'vil. And rvorm*, too, tliose destroyer* (if the fifeing generation^ are perimttcdrtopursjte.:their i*ntgt-«, -when'a box* fit Siiernian’s; VVorm Luzerigea: -‘wquld ha Vis .banished tlicm; c nlirel y,-an d re n dered. thesufcrcr: hearty «an’d happy. ’ Aod.‘hod(, fifaqfiehtiy:wfelaA® manfardund ti* hiiived down iiniJer a draaiful liefdache, or hear them comptaiuing-oFfainvne^a nr palpi Hi tiofi.whcq tf they only knew how quick ShcrrnartheGampIior:-l^>zengt-s would relieve Ilitfni; tlicy vvoald suffer-no niure. *DH Sherinah’s 'rcqiediea aro n<> huntbogV nor is tliere any quackery sbodf tliem.- •«Try4h.em'-^hd-;ybti*' ;wlllT>c satisfied. T.hay may he had at hi.s warehouse, *166 Nasaait street,' N*.’;YJ V:i-Sr- * - \*'\ ‘ ' >r- sale hy L evi ’M;. R kxford , •Bihgh*unon. [fi) KpSji -TE AS of a Superior qoai fry, U l ‘ ' jTow p rice. Also Sugars, Molasses, RiCCj CuD fee, Cocoa, Pepper since, fa r e ginger, Nutmegs, jCinnamon,’Citron, Figs, Ac. &c. for sale .at reduc­ ed prices [at °T R lV E T T ,S . Cheap Drug.andGropery Establishment. — \ C M P r “ & p j S T r ’ \ ■ - W h o l e s a J e ; D e a le rs in D o m e s tic a n d i m p o r t e e s o f F O R E I G N s i ’A P L f i D R Y G O O D S , # Nos. 85 Ceriar Street, amd 1*28 B r w tK a y . * - NEW-YORK. C. A K . ’haying now perrhiri^enlly located them-? sel ves'as ah'jve, beg tb ea.Ulfie attehtion o f buyers jn this vicinity, (parijeujarlv those subject . to.a. > str’ohg hom e aximpetmon) tb th e jr stock of ; , ( F O R E I G N . A N D DOMESTIC S T A P L E - ~ r , r ; ^ d r y ? : g o o d s ; : 3; ~ r ' Their sales will be-cDiiductecl'upon a cast In S l,j P eter*»; C It u rcli, i n Mprristownv ff- Jer*ey»gAh eir pr te es. al^yays uniform and their representa on ,\Vedne8dav evdniritr Juoc J j . by the. Rev* 'yfll'aJnl tioBs C^ndid. \ . - • ’ .. SUwntoh,-JOHNf A .jl DLL. -/er^ y f v jajge tr^de .Wft^the y ^ e r d of ^ - V M- ' A W A R C K tPi BACHE. d a o v h - lY e r k . *nd Its immedtafe neighborhood,theirstoeir P * m J * ¥ \ ? RARCRLY, l*AV.ra^.AiaugJi | j s ecessaraly 4arge atfd eoinnlcfe a t a lt seasons of ter, of-Mr. Andrew. Bacnc of M.orriavdle. . l|th e - y C a r ,.» , • - ■ >. < ■*• *' T q r t h l s reason theyrleispectfnHy askypnroirdc**^, S P E i R M r - p t f j r c vr a i ? - , . . o h , Y i - t m * '

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