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Southern Banner. ‘m •THE FERMENT OF A FREE, IS PREFERABLE TO THE •'TORPOR OF A DESPOTIC, GOVERNMENT.” VOL. I. ATHENS, (GEORGIA,) TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1832. No. 6. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY, By Alb on Chase. Terms.—Three dollars per year, payable in advance, or Four dollars if delayed to the end ofthe year. The latter amount will be rigidly exacted of all who fail to meet their payments In advance. No subscription received for less than one year, un less the money is paid in advance; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the optioirof the publisher. A failure on the part of subscribers to notify us of their intention of relinquish- Client, accompanied with the amount due, will be con sidered as equivalent to a new engagement, and pa pers sent accordingly. AnvF.nTisEMKNTs willbe inserted at the usual rates. ’dPAII Letters to the Editor on matters connected with the establishment, must be post paid in order to secure attention. \tZj* Notico ofthe sale of Land and Negroes bv Ad ministrators, Executors, or Guardians, must be publish ed sixty days previous to the day of sale. The sale or Personal Property, in like manner, must be published forty days previous to the day of sale. Notice to debtors anu creditors of an estate must be published forty days. Notice that Application will be made to the Court of Ordinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes, must be puhlished/otrr months. Notice that Application will be made for Letters of Administration, must bn publisliod thirty days, and for Letters of Dismission, six months. SHERIFFS’ SALES. C LARK SHERIFF'S SALE.—On the first Tuesday in MAY next, will be sold, ut the Court-house in the town of Watkinsville Chirk county, within the usual hours of sale, the following pro perty, to wit: Twelve and a Half Acres of Lund, more or less, well improved, situated on the road lending from Watkinsville to the Scull Shoals, whereon Joseph Durham now lives, adjoining Huff and others, and one bay mare with four wnito feel, about six years old: levied on as the property of Jpsnph Durham, to satisfy a fi. fa th favor of Stevens Thomas, vs. Joseph Dur ham and David Elder. Ono Negro Girl by the name of Ann about sixteen years old : levied on as the property of James Shaw, tosntisfya fi. fa. in favor of Anschnn L. liar per, vs. James Shaw and Joshua Stevens. March 27. ISAAC S. VINCENT,SHUT. c l«AKK Sheriff's Sale.--On the first Tues day in MAY next, will be sold at the Court House in the town of Watkinsville, Clark county, within the usual hours of sale, the following property,to wit: Ono House and Lot in the town of Athens, well improved, occupied at present by the defendant as o public Tovcrn; one Negro boy by the name of Shop herd, about 22 years of age; also, Ellis a man, 35 or forty years of age; one four horse Stage and harness, one four wheel Carriage and harness, one two horse wagon, two buy horses, 10 or 12 years old, seven fea ther beds, beadsteds and furniture, fiVo rnuttresaes, one doz. Windsor chairs, half doz. split bottom chairs, 12 pine tables, two folding tables <of cherry,) a walnut side'board, one doz. knives and forks, one doz. and a half earthen plates, one doz. cups and saucers, six dish os, 5 pitchers, 2 decanters, 4 howls, two jugs, and one jar : levied on as the property of John A Byrd, to sa tisfy two fi. fas. one hi favor of John Marlin, the other in favor of Elizur L. Newton, vs. said Byrd. March 27. JAMES IIENDON, D. Sh’ff. C NLAUK SHERIFF'S SALK.—Will lie J sold, on the first Tuesday in MAY next, ut the Court House in the town of .vatkinsville, Clark county, within the lawful hours of side, the following property, to wit: Six Negroes, to wit: Amy a woman about twenty-five years of age; Lizy a git I, about four years old; George a boy, about two years old; Joe a boy, about six years old ; Lindy it girl, about four years old; and Nelson a boy, about five years old : levied on as the property of Gabriel A. Moffett, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued on the foreclosure of a mortgugc in favor of Ste vens TIioihub, vs. said Moffett. Feb. 28. JAMES HENDON, D. Sh’ff. U ALL Sheriffs Sale.—On the first Tues day in MAY next, will bo sold, at the Court House in the. Town of Gainesville,llnll coun ty, within the usual hours of sale, the following pro- pcity, tq wit: Two Hundred und Fifty Acres of Lund, rnoro or less, whereon Jesse Clayton now lives : levied on as i he property of Jesse Clayton, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Hall inferior Court in favor of J. W. Jonosiic Co. vs. said Clayton. Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land, more or less, whereon Pleasant Hulsey now lives : le- viedon as the property ol Pleasant llolsey, to satisfy two fi. fas. issued from Had Superior Court in favor of I*. J. Murray, vs. said Hulsey. • Property pointed out by plaintiff. Ono Hundred and Fifty Acroa of Lnnd, mare or less, whereon Gabriel G. Coley now lives : le vied on as the property of John Chambers; to satisfy a ll. fa. issued from Hall Superior Court in favor of Philip Wade, for the use of Robert Mitchell, vs. William Moore and John Chambers, his security. Property pointed out by Mitchell. One Hundred and Fifty Acres of Lnnd, more or less, being part of Lot o 41, in the 8ih Dis trict of Hall county : levied on na the property of Mar tin Evans, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from a Justice’s Court in favor of John Barnwell, vs. said Evans. Levy wade and returned to me by a Constable. Fifty Veres of Land, more or less, whereon William Wallis now lives: levied on ns the property of William ‘ allis, to satisfy afi. fa. issued from a Justi ce’s Court in favor W. D. Martin, vs. said Wallis. Pro perty pointed out by Robert Mitchell. Levy made and returned to me by a Constable. Ono Tract of Land, known ns Lot No. 66, in the I2lh District of said county j levied on as the property of Stephen East, to‘satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Peter t/riimell, Daniel Grant and Thomas Grant, exec utors. &e. vs. said East. March 27. A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff. "■ fa ALL Sheriff’* Sole.—On the first Tues- •R ■ day in. MAY next, will be sold, at tho Court House in the town ofGaincsviile, Hull county, within the ustia! hours of sale, the following property, to wit ; Two Hundred and Sixty-nine Acres of Land, more or less, lying on the Pond Fork of the Oconee river: levied on as the property of William Broil well, to satisfy sundry fi. fa«. issued from a Justi ce’s Court in favour of Joseph T. Cunningham, and others, vs. said Brndtr'dl. Properly pointed nut by t he defendant. Lew made ami returned to me bv a Bailiff, JACOB F.RKIUIART, D. Sh’ff. March 27. WW ALL Postponed Sheriffs Sale.—On “■ *• the first Tuesday in MAY next, will be sold at the Court-house in the town of Gainesville, Hall county, within the usual hour* of sale, the fol lowing property, to wit: Two Hundred Acres of Lnnd, more or less, being part of lot No. (70) seventy, in tho 10th District of Hall county: levied on ns the property of Shartrach Dean, to satisfy sundry fi. fas., otic in favour of Adam Shufiield, and others, vv. said Dean. Four Hundred and Sixteen Acres of Land) more or less, levied on ns the property of William Spruce, to aatisfy a fi. fa. in favour of Roundtree &. Hill. A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff. March 27. GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY. W HEREAS William Knox, administrator dr bonis non nt William Patton, deceased, applies to me for letters of dismission fromthc further administration on said estate : Thesenre therefore to cite and arimonisb, nil and sin gular the kindred and creditors of paid deceased, to bo and appear at iny office, within the time prescribed by law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said Letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 5th day of March, 1812. WILLIAM COWAN, c. c. o. March 13.—11.—m6m. I* ACKSON Sheriffs Sain.—On the first Tuesday in MAY next, will be sold at the Court-house in the town ot Jefferson, Jackson county, within the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit: • One Traci of Land, containing Two Hun dred and aeventy-two Acres, more or less, adjoining Bryant and Oliver: levied on to satisfy five fi. fas. is sued from a Justice’s Court in favour of Samuel A Wilson, vs. George R, Brazeil. Property pointed out by Brazeil. Levy made and returned to me by a Con stable. G. F. ADAMS, D- Sh’ff. March 27. M ADISON Sheriffs Sale.—On tho first Tuesday in MAY next, will be sold at the Court-House in the town of Daniclsville, Madison county, within the usual hours of sale, the following property, to wit: One Hundred Acres of Lnnd, more or less adjoining Win. Mitchel and others: levied on ns tho property of John P. Vann, to satisfy two fi. fas. issued from a Justice’s court in favour of William Lucre, vs. *oid Vann. Property pointed out by John Gilbert. Levy made and returned fn me bv a constable. RICHARD B. GIIOLSTON, Sh’ff. March 27. ZiESA.Ii NOTICES. Oglethorpe Inferior Court, Feb. adjourntd Term, 1832. I T uppenring to the Court upon the affidavit of Wil lis A. Jordan, that the following note is either lost oi mislaid, viz : One note on Robert Maxwell, duo January 1st,1831, for the sum of fourteen Dollurs.with a credit on the same, 2d January, 1831, for one dollar fift\-six and a quarter cents,and one other credit on the Gth May, 1831, for uOcents. Ordered, tlmt all persons interested shew cause on or before the first day of the next term of this Court, why a ropy of said note should not be established in lieu of said original so lost or mislaid, that said copy be filed with the Clerk, and this rule published monthly' one of the public Gnzcttcsof this State. A true extract from the minutes 12th March, 1832. JOHN LANDRUM, Clk. March 20.—12.—m3in. GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY. To the Inferior Court of said county, when sitting for ordinary purposes. I T appearing to said Court from the petition of An derson Watson, that John Black in his life tune executed with one Thomas Turner, a bond to the said Anderson Watson, for titles to Lot No. 238, in the 4th District of Muscogee county, now Marion, and it fur ther appearing, that the said Anderson Watson has paid up for said land, and that the said John Black de parted this life without making titles to the same; It is ordered, that the administrators of said deceased, do execute titles to said land, unto the suid Anderson U ntson, unless good cause he shewn to tho contrary within thetimo prescribed by law, and that this rule be published accordingly. Given under my hand this third day of March, 1832. JOHN H. JONES, d. c. c. < March 20.—12—m3m. GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY. In the Superior Court, March Term, 1832. James W. Jones, & C«». ) vs. \ DiU for Discovery, Relief George W. Wacaser, } and and / injunction. Aldridge Kean. $ [ T appearing to tho Court, that the defendants re side without the County of Hall, so that service cannot bo perfected in the usual way: It ic.ordered by the Court, that the said George W. Wacaser, and Al dridge Kean, plead answer or demur to Mud bill on or before the first day of noxl Term, or the same will be taken pro cnnlbsso. A true copr from the minutes. JAMES LAW, Clerk. March 27—2- m3m. GEORGI A, CLARK COUNTY. W HEREAS Richard Rinhardann applies to me for letters of Dinmialfon from the further adminis tration on the estato of Surah Perkins, deceased : t hese are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin gular, the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to he and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said let ters should not he granted. Given under my hand this 9th Nov. 1831.- JOSEPH LIGON, c. c o. Nov. 15.—40,—ni6m. GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY. W HEREAS Et held red Sorrel, administrator on tho estate of Lewis Barnett, deceased, applies to me for letters of dismission from the further admin istration of said estate: These arc therefore to cite and admonish all and sin gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, to shew cause, if any they have, why aaid letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 21st day of Jan. 1832. JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o. Ian. 24.—4—mfim. GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY. W HEREAS Charles Strong, senior, executor on the estate of William Strong, senior, late of Clark county, deceased, applies to me for letters of dis mission from the further administration of said estate: These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be snd appear at my office within the time prescribed by law, to shew muse, if any they have, why said let ters should not be granted. Given under mv hand this 5th of March, 1832. JOSEPH J.IOON, c. c. o. March 13.—IX—mCm. ADMINISTRATORS’ SALE. W ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in June next, ut the Court-House in Lexington, Oglethorpe county, agreeably to an order of the honorable the Court of Ordinary of suid comity, a purl of u tract ol Land belonging to the estate of Win. W. Baldwin, de ceased, lying in aaid county. Sold for the benefit of the heirs of aaid deceased. GEORGIA, RABUN COUNTY. 'WMT’HEliEAS Rose Stewart applies to me for let- V V letters of Administration on tho estate of John Johnston, late of said county, deceased. Tlieso are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular, the kindred ami creditors of said deceased, to he and appear at my office within the time prescri bed by law, to shew cause if any they have, why said letters should not be granted. Given under mv hand this Gth March, 1832. J. CAPEI1ART, c. c. o. March 20.—12—30d. April 17.—5—ids. SAMUEL BALDWIN, ) . . THOMAS C. BILLUPS, ) * umrB * ADMINISTRATRIX’S SALE. 'VMT’ILLtie sold ut the Court House in Jackson ▼ ▼ county, on the first Tuesday in May next, a Negro woman named Ilune, belonging to the estate of William Shaw, deceased. Sold for! he bom-fit ofthe creditors and legatees of said estate. Terms made known on the dav of sale SUSANNAH S//AW, F.xr’x Feb. 7,—G—ids. ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE. A GREEABLY’ to an order of the honorable the In ferior Court <»f Hall county, when silting as u Court of Ordinary, will be sold at tho Court-House in Hall county, on ihc first Tuesday in June next, six likely negroes, to wit: Rose, a negro woman ; lshma- cl, a negro man; Austin, a hoy, 17 or 18 years old ; Leah a girl, fifteen or sixteen years old, Betty a girl, 5 years old, and Malialn n girl, 3 years old, belonging to tho estato of Elizabeth Guthrie, dec’d. Sold tor the benefit ofthe heirs and creditors. LEROY GUTHRIE, Adm’r. March 13.T-11—tds. EXECUTOR’S SALE. O N Thursday the 10th of May next, will be sold at the residence of John Clarkson, late o' Franklin county, deceased, *.hc following property to wit: one Ox Cart, and Yoke ol Steors, Horses, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep; a quantity of Seed Cotton, Corn, Bacon. Also, Plantation Tools, Smith’s Tools, Household and Kitch en Furniture, wiih other articles too tedious to men tion. Sold as the property of the deceased. The sale to continue from day to day until all ia sold. Terms made known on the clay. 1 AMES HARGROVE, F.xc’r. March 27-2 -td*. GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY. W HEREAS Richard Winn applies for letters of adminialration with the will annexed, on the estate of George Downing lute of Hall county, decea sed. These arc therefore to cite and admonish all und sin gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to he and appear at my office within tho lima prescribed b) law, to shew cause if any they have, why auid letters should not bn granted. Given under my hand this 22d March, 1832. GEORGE IIAWPE, c. c. March 27. —2—30d. PROPOSALS Southern Manner, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED IN Tilt TOWN OF ATHENS, GEORGIA. ALBON CHASE AND ALFRED M. NISBET, EDITORS. A Fortune, if you want one { I N Gwinnett county, Georgia, tho subscriber has for sale a vuluable Landed Estate, with excel'ent im provements upon it, two framed Dwelling Houses, one commodious enough for u large family—its site is upon a beautiful eminence, overlooking two splendid newly built Mills, both in good order; the Grist Mill has, when attended, a full support. The plantation has various cabins upon it, a good still house, and a very superior spring, which runs at the base of the hill from a Hint rqck mixed with granite, it is pure, and ia recei ved into a beautiful rock boain, formed by nature.— The mill pond abounds with the best kind offish. The Mills are upon Ivy Creek, which is a lively stream, liirn'shiiig water ut all seasons to keep the mills in operation. Sonio Gold has been found upon one ofthe lots- Iron ore in abundance, mid u place to put the Factory. About one nuarter of a tnilo below the mills is a splendid Slioul, w here an extensive Iron Factory can be established, and judges who have examined the mines upon the premises, pronounce them rich and inexhaustible. Persona wanting such properly will do well to visit the premises, and judge for themselves, and then call and see the subscriber. They arc best known us Bogan's Mills, about 7 miles from Lawrence- villc. Terms liberal. \V. P. McKEEN, Tulbotton, Geo. April 10—4—w3in. The New Line of Stages FROM MACON TO SAVANNAH, ADMINISTRA I’OR’S SALE. W ILL he sold on the first Tuesday in June next, at »ho Court house in the town of Monroe, Walton county, ugrccobl v to uno~der of the Honorable the Inferior Court, of said county, when sitting for or dinary purposes, all ihc Real Estate of Grant Tax lor, deceased, situated in Walton county: consisting of*two parcels of Lnnd, lying on the waters ofthe Appalachic river, one piece contusing Four Hundred and Fifty Acres, more nr less, adjoining lands of Tiniolhy C. Wood, Gideon Hendrick, and others, the other piece, of One Hundred and Thirty and a half Acres, adjoining Archibald Tanner, Wm. Thurmond, and others. Sold for tho benefit of the creditors of said Estate. RICHARD BUTLER, Adm’r. March 27—2—tds. GUARDIAN’S SALE. 4 GREEABLY to an order of the honorable the In ferior Court of Habersham county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, will ho sold, on the first Tuesday in June next, in Greenville, Meriwether county, Lot of Land No. 112, in the 3d District of formerly Troup, now Meriwether county. Sold for the benefit of Dan iel MeDooglmV Orphans Terms made known on the day of sale. JONATHAN D. CHASTAIN, Guard April 3.-3—tda. F to the honorable the Inferior court ofClark coun ty, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell a Lot of Land, No. 54, in the 13tii District of Monroe county, containing Two Hundred two and a half acres, belonging to the Orphans of Henry Dnrlium, deceased. Sold for the benefit of said Orphans. LINDSEY DUKHAN, Guardian. April 10—4—w4m. F OUR months after date application will he mado to the honorable the Inferior Court of Jack.'on county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell all the Real Estato ofWilliam Barnett,, deceased ; also, lot No, 100, in tho eleventh district of Monroe county, drawn by the orphans of William Barnett, de ceased. SAMUEL BARNETT, Adm’r. Feb. 21.—8—\v4m. F OUR months after date application will he made to the Honorable the Inferior Court n Hall county, when silting for ordinary purposes; for leave to sell all the Rea! Estate of Joseph McCutchen, de ceased. ROBERT M’CUTCIIEN, Adm’r. Dec. 27—52—wim. 1 710UR months after date replication will he . to tho honorable the Inferior court of Jactci be made iison co. when sitting for ordinary purposes for leave to sell the real estate of John Thornton, late of said county de ceased. JACOB RIDLING, Guardian. Jan. 24.—w4m. 1 71 OUR months after date application will he made . to the honorable the Inferior Court of Jackson county, when silling for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell a part ofthe Negroes belonging to the estate of Elijah Shaw, deceased. DELILA SHAW, Admr’x. Feb, 7,—G—w4m. BY MARION AND DUBLIN, W ILL run THREE TIMES a week—leaving Macon and Savannah on Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays, at three o’clock in the morn big—and arriving at Macon and Savannah on Tuesday*, Thurs days and Saturdaya, at eight o’clock in the rrrm'ng.— Kates aa usual. G. LONGSTKEKT. fftyi’craona wishing aeata will opply ut the Wash ington Hall, Mucon. Feb. 21.—8—m4m. NOTICE. T HE Citizens of Clark county, ore respectfully no tified Hint an election will lake plaec in Wntkiiis- villc on Ihc 2d day of May next, for four llelepnles to. represent Clark county in n Convention to bn held in Millcdgcville on the first Monday in June next, nr some other proper tilin', to reduce the number of Senators and Representative in the Leijialalure of (ieorain, in compliance with the recommendation ofthe tirand Jury at the laat term of Clark Supeiinr Court. The undersigned request the editors of the Southern Banner, Recorder and Journal, In give tho above u weekly insertion until the day of Election. ClinrloH Dougherty, J. AL Burton, F.dwtwd Pnino, Joaoph Ligun, William Humphreys, Richard Hughs, L. 11 llrewcr, Robert l.igon, I. S. Vincent, Willium Dirltnn, J. G. Moore. March 10. 1032. Tliomns Simonton, Daniel Croft, Thomns J. Alosely, B. B. Alooro, Nitthnn C. Burnett, Law JVotice. flAKE partnership of Nishet & Floyd, in the prnc- I. lice of I.aw, is this day dissolved. The business ofthe firm will be settled by them jointly. Morgan cuunty, Oa. Jan. 26. 3. A. HTS2BT W IM. practico law in tho following counties, to wit: Morgan, Greene, Putnam, Jasper, New ton, Clark, Hancock, Tclliaform, and Walton. He will devote hia undivided attention to the profeasion; and will attend promptly to the collection of money in any of ihoeoiinl'ea of thoOahmulgce, Western, Flint, or Chattahoochee circuits. ■ Madison, Morgan, Ga. Jan. 31—5—3m LIST OF LETTERS R EMAINING in the Post OfBco St Watkinsville, Georgia, on the 1st of April, 1932. F OUR monlha after dale application will be made to Ihc honorable tho Inferior Court of Madison county, when sitting for ordinary purpoacs, for leave to sell the Real Estnte of Seaborn Smith, orphan of Peter Smith, late of said county, deceased. JAMES B. BOND, Guardian. March 27—2—w4m. NOTICE. A I.I. those having demands against tbn Estato of John Clarkson. Isle of Franklin county, decease cd, are required to render in their accounts accor ding to law j and all those indebted to the Estate of the deceased, arc required to come torward and sell I. nlTtheir accounts irnmcdiatelv. JAMES HARGROVE, Ex’r. Match 27-2—!0d, B. Bohannon's Orphans, Jnsiah Bradley. George Cagle, G. Edward Gibson, H. Dr. E. J. Harvey, or John R. Harvey, Gen. Edward Harden, Mr. Henderson. J. Jesse Jones. M. John C. Morgan, Obadinh Mayfield, Misa Sophia'Moss, Nedom McElroy, April 10—4—3t. Robert Moore, Wm. Meddows, or Tbomaa Willohy. O. Fraocis H. Oliver. R. Coleman Reynolds, J. C. McRcynolds. S* Martin Sainer, A. L. Simms, L. '4V. Shackelford, John P. Snow. T. Wm.-Tindlo, 2. Frederick True. W. D. B. Williams, Elizabeth Whitehead. L. It. BREWER, P. M. O N assuming the duties and responsibilities of the publication of tliu Southern Banner, the Editor.- feel themselves bound by every sense of duty, both to the former patrons ol the Athenian, and llinae of tl.Ut friends whose aid they confidently anticipate—in order to retain Ihc one and merit the othcr-to lay before them a lair and candid, but succinct expnsilton of the prin ciples by which they are to be governed and directed in the prosecution of their arduous and responsible un dertaking. They do not think it neccssarv at this late day—a day which la shedding its light an<f glory, witli such general and invigorating 'power over our whole body politic, to enter elaborately and minutely into u detail of their political views anil opinions. Indeed, tu do so, lynuld lie virtually offering an insult ta tho good sense of tho community. To profess tho mint of the blessed founder of our holy religion, is in itself a attfti- cient guarantee of the principles ol the genuine Chris tian, so do they hold it only necessary to own nnd pro- teas the nanus of Ilia'three great apoatlea of correct principles, in order to satisfy an enlightened commu nity of tho nature of their political failh, and the innvi tablo tendency of (heir future practice. The Southern Banner,then, will rest hereafter for support and patron age, on the broad, firm, and immutable rock nfRepnti licanistn. All Ihoscpuieandhallowcddoctrineswliicl' originally flashed upon the world from the pen of a Jtflernn—which have been cherished snd handed down to us by our venerated Crawford, and professed so in flexibly, and so triumphantly practised, in many rei. necta, by our favorite Troup, will in it find a champion, however humble, yet of stern and uncompromising in tegrity. Various causes will, they believe, tend to render the Banner hereafter, (anil they any it without intending tho least reflection on the course pursued by their wor thy predecessor, the late proprietor nf the Athenian,) of more general interest and of greater valtio to the party, than it has been of Into, and none of which seams to them, so well calculated to produce this result, as the opposition which will be shortly exerted, in this place, to theirpress, and to their principles. Thisiden they do not deurecatc, but rather cherish, knowing that nn honorable nnd liberal eppetf(fen,wfll tend to stim ulate them tothe performance' of their duty, whilst llicv liopo it will rally to their support, their friends, and lint friends of tho party, for whole interest and proaperitv they arc determined to dovate every honorable exeitloii. The editors have engaged among the r correspon dents, several gentlemen of established Literary an-l Political character,whose communications will licrcut ter servo to enrich snd ndom the columns of th" Southern Banner. And with regard to tho other de partments ofthe paper, they can but add, that their best exertions will bo devoted to render them useful and mousing to their patrons and rnadrra. Great promises are, however, at beat, but cheap commodities, and of course they fool themselves Nmn-I to say as little, and prmnisn as charily as possible; but in launching Inrllt their little barque upon the stormy waves of public "pinion, they must trust alone to their skillful pilotage for meriting, and winning for it, mootings sale and snug in tho hcir'iof their follow - citizens. CONDITIONS. The Sodtiizrn Banner is published (very Tuesdnv morning, nt Three Dollar, per annum, payable in ni'- vane, or Four Doilnre after the expiration of the yes . Advertisements inserted on the usual terms. Enters on tho business of the ofiice, poit poi l, addressed to the Editors, or to AlSON Cuase, Froprir. lor, will bo promptly attended to, Athene, March 22,1832. *.* Editors uf papers in Georgia will confer an oh. ligation by giving tho above a few insertions, Weekly Georgia Courier. The encouragement, which the Courier his rereiv ed from the Public, dcmtnds from Ds an cflort to iv, crease its usefulness and adaptation to the wants of i'S patrons. Wcarenow publishing it Thrice a week, tho additional coal at ourown expense: but there am so many of its friends badly situated in relation t.> the facility of receiving it by the Mails, that we Intend to issue immediately a IVtekly Paper for those, who cannot, from the causa montioned, receive it. but ont o a week. This will be issued at a period in the we.-l , best suited to the up-country mails, and most favora ble for tho tranatnissinu oflho earliest intelligence to its country readers. M e nt present think of 8aturdo * morning, so os to embrace the transactions of tier whole week, with all tho new Advertisements. In contents will bo made up from the Tri-weekly nsp< , snd from the Daily after October'next, it will thu s contain more intelligence of every kind, than ony other weekly paper in the State. In addition to the above, we hold oursehea bound to transmit, to its Pstrnnr, Slips containing all the im|Kirtant intelligence during the week, by the mails first succeeding its reception. We shall not poatpono its commencement longer thnn the first of April next. fCT*Terms ofthe Weekly Courier, 81, if paid in ad vance— |5. if not. Book and Job Printing ncathj and aceuraU- l;i executed at thin offica. ' $ HABERSHAM COUNTY Academy. rn HE Trustees have engaged sn oblo and exprri encod teacher, Mr. BROWN, to take charge i,f this Institution; snd it is now in ancccaiful operation. The mode ofleaching ia upon'he new and meat ap proved plan. It ia interesting to the pupil; for whit': he is thoroughly taught, he is made to reason and rt> fleet for himself, nnd to feel at every step that his im* ,*. provemerit and his success In life, depends upon liii own exertions. - The course of studies is intended to givo youths of jmtli sexes a familiar knowledge of ad tho branches of education, ar.J tu prepare young men for College; ai.il .it the same time give them a taste for learning and study. Aa teaching school issn important profession, ono class receives a particular Comae ofinslruction for that purpose. The manners, morals, company, sml habits ofthe pupils, will receive atrict attention. Pupils may have hoard under tho parental, care of respectable families for |125 to 8> 75 cents per week. Tuition from 10, to $24 per annum. Languages, Rho- torie, Chemistry, Mathematics, &c. (24. Tho village it nsturslly pleasant; the seat nf health,much resorted toby respectable strangers visiting.the Mountains, Falls, Gold Region and Nation. Tho Triisters cs n re commend the learning, industry, and devotion of the principal, to the full confidence' of parent* whi wish to give ifi'-ir sons snd daughters a sound education c reasonable terms. Able assistants arc engaged. Li ters addressed to the principal. Clarkesvillg, Jan. 31.—j—m4m.