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Geneva Gazette

Feb. 16, 1825


Three times a Week

From Geneva to Penn-Yan

Leaves Geneva Mondays, Thursdays & Saturdays.

Leaves Penn-Yan Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays.


MAIL STAGES have commenced and will run regularly  twice a week from Owego, by the way of Tioga Point, Chemung, Elmira, Big Flats, Painted Post, Campbelltown, Bath, Howard, Hornellsville, Dansville, Geneseo and Avon, to Rochester. Also, to Olean Point by way of Bath and Angelica - through in less than 3 days - Fare, $6.25. Leaves Owego and Rochester on Wednesdays and Sundays, - From Geneva by Penn Yan, Wayne, Bath, Howard, Hornellsville, Almond, Angelica, Friendship, Oil Creek, to Olean Point  - through in  2 1/2 days - Fare, $5.00.  Leaves Geneva Mondays and Thursdays; Olean, Wednesdays and Sundays.

These lines meet regularly at Bath and Hornellsville, so that travellers may pass to either section without delay. They intersect, at Geneva and Avon, the Albany and Buffalo lines; at Rochester, the Lewiston line; at Geneseo, the Canandaigua & Moscow line; at Painted Post,  a line to Williamsport, Pa.; at Elmira, a line to the latter pace - also, a line from Berwick, Pa. to Geneva, by way of Ovid; at Tioga Point, a line to Wilkesbarre; at Owego, the several lines from New York, Milford, Newburgh and Ithaca, Washington City, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Lancaster, Easton, Harrisburg, Northumberland, Wilkesbarre, Montrose, &c.

Good Horses, new Coaches, and careful, attentive Drivers are employed. Every attention will be paid to the comfort and safety of Passengers. The Proprietors have expended large sums in establishing these lines, and are determined to conduct them at all times in such manner as to merit a liberal patronage.

JOHN MAGEE, of Bath,

and Others, Proprietors.

January 1, 1825.

N.B. - Boats and Skiffs of all sizes will be constantly kept at Olean to accommodate such as may wish to descend the Allegany river, during the months of April, May, June, July, October, November and the fore part of December. Travellers may generally pass from Geneva to Pittsburgh in about 5 or 6 days. When there are two or more in company, their whole expenses will not exceed ten dollars each.