Saturday, October 21, 2017

Stagecoach to New Woodstock

Chittenango Herald
August 23, 1831

                Chittenango and New Woodstock Stage
    Leaves Chittenango every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, on the arrival of the Pilot Coach from Utica; passes through Cazenovia, and arrives at New Woodstock in time for the Ithaca Stage.       
    Leaves New Woodstock, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, immediately on the arrival of the Stage from Ithaca; so that passengers will arrive at Chittenango ion time to take the stages for Utica.
   For Seats, apply to the subscriber in Chittenango; C.Hitchcock, Cazenovia, or David Smith, New Woodstock.
                       A Daily Line
Will be run from Chittenango landing, to Cazenovia and back, every day, (Sunday excepted.)
    N.B. All Baggage at the risk of the owner.
                            THOMAS LIVINGSTON.
   March 1, 1831           

Getting to Norwich 'By Stages'

(From the Chittenango Herald, April 6, 1831)

Stage Line from Chittenango to Homer

Onondaga Register, Syracuse, N.Y.
January 26, 1825

    New line of Stages. - A new line of Stages has recently been established, to run three times a week, from Chittenango, by way of Cazenovia and Homer, to Ithaca. From the well known characters of the proprietors, Mr. E. Cary, of Chittenango, and Mr. P. Westerman, of Homer, the public may freely upon regularity and good accommodations, and we hope they will be amply remunerated for their exertions.

Chittenango Stage-House For Sale

Chittenango Herald
November 21, 1831 

                 For Sale
    The subscriber being desirous to withdraw from the Tavern-keeping business, now offers his stand for sale. It is situated about the centre of the flourishing village of Chittenango, directly opposite the canal basin, and near the stopping place of the contemplated  railroad from the south, which is now surveying. Its location for business is good, and has now a fine run of business.
    The house is large and convenient, with two large barns adjacent, one for stage business and the other for use of traveling custom, sheds, a wood-house, smoke-house, ice-house, and other houses necessary to be attached to a public house. Also, two gardens, a fine and thrifty orchard, with various kinds of choicest grafted fruit.
    It is needless giving an estimate of the business now doing, or the number of stopping, passing, and re-passing daily, as persons wishing to purchase will in all probability call and examine for themselves.
    Terms. - One half of the purchase money to be paid down, and a liberal credit will be given for the remained.
                                  THOMAS LIVINGSTON.
OCTOBER 5, 1831.                                                       33


Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Stagecoach Accident in Camillus

Onondaga Standard
Wednesday, June 12, 1836

    We are informed by a gentleman from Camillus, that a somewhat serious accident happened near that village on  Monday  evening buy the upsetting of a Stage Coach belonging to the Telegraph line. The driver and some of the passengers were much injured, and two seriously - S. Townsend, of Cornwall, Orange Co. and Mr. Brotherson, attorney at law, of Monroe, Michigan - both of whom were badly bruised and cut about the head and face.
    They had so far recovered, however, as to be able to remove to this place yesterday. The particular causes of the accident we did not learn.