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1834 Susquehanna Democrat

The Susquehanna Democrat 1834 (June only)

Published on Wednesday Morning, Wilkesbarre, PA
By ______ & W. SCHMOELE

PAPERS MISSING FROM 1 JANUARY 1834 – 4 JUNE 1834

11 June 1834 New Series #35 Whole No. 1279

Died – The body of Collins MILLER, one of the four seamen recently drowned near Sag Harbor, has been recovered.

Two Young Engineers, formerly members of the celebrated Prussian “Kataster,” who possess very good testimonials and recommendations, and understand both the English and German languages, wish to be employed.

For Sale – A farm in Sugarloaf Township, Columbia County, 50 acres. A good Meadow, good Fruit, large proportion of post and rail fence, good House, Barn and Stable. Small stream of water passing through the same. Charles R. ROSTED, Columbus.

Notice. James STERLING, Pittston, has disposed of his Stock and Goods at Pittston Ferry and intends leaving the place soon. Those persons knowing themselves indebted either by Note or Book account, are solicited to call and settle the same on or before the first of May next. After that time my demands will be left with Peter WINTER, Esq., for collection.

Land For Sale on the Lackawanna River, 400 acres with Coal Beds, superior to any in Luzerne County. Fourteen miles from the village of Wilkesbarre, six miles from the Pennsylvania and Susquehanna Canal, on the route of the contemplated rail road to said canal and also on the contemplated Western Rail-Road, also at the head of the contemplated rail road from Newburg by way of Milford to the Lackawanna. Said lands have four tenantable buildings, orchard, meadows more than 100 acres land under good improvement and a good Mill Seat for any kind of manufacturing business. Francis AL. SMITH, Pike Co., Pa.

Boot and Shoe Manufactory. George ALMOD, Wilkes-Barre.

Wyoming Book Store, corner of market and Franklin Streets, Wilkes-Barre. Chester A. COLT

Estate of William STARK, late of the township of Tunkhannock, deceased, request payments and demands. Hiram STARK and John SHAW, Admin’rs., Tunkhannock.

Wyoming Coach, Gig and Wagon Manufactory. E. L. M’SHANE, G. A. DAVIS, Wilkes-Barre.

Leather Establishment. Wm. B. NORTON, Wilkes-Barre.

Estate of Levi TOWNSEND, late of Falls Township, request payments and demands. Consider TOWNSEND, Executor.

PAPERS MISSING FROM 18 JUNE TO 31 DECEMBER 1834

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