Montrose, Third-day morn. Nov. 9, 1880. My dearest Lilly, Here I am again after an uneventful trip yesterday with all the trains late, beginning with the one from Chestnut Hill & ending with the narrow gauge, for which there is some excuse, as it is nothing but a "freight train with a passenger car attached", as Mr. Walters remarked yesterday. I had no difficulty about getting on the other train at Germantown, and after all, had sometime to wait at Wayne, as the Niagara express was already behind time,--a "lead" which it did not fail to increase during the day, till we werre about 3/4 hour behind at Tunkhannock. Now if
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