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1882Jan. 4, Colonel Hiram Rogers and wife celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
Jan. 9, The first train was run on the B. H. T. and W. R. R. (now the Boston and Maine railroad) from Saratoga to Schuylerville.
Jan. 12, Charles P. Penfield and Adelia Sterrett, were united in marriage.
Jan. 12, This date was memorable as the opening of the first Saratoga Telephone Exchange.
Jan. 24, The thermometer registered 36 degrees below zero.
Feb. 18, The survey was completed for the Mount McGregor Railway.
Feb. 24, Charles R. Brown died.
Feb. 28, The Rev. Thomas W. Jones was installed as pastor of the New England Congregational Church.
March 9, James P. Dennin, became the sole proprietor of the Arlington Hotel now the Worden Hotel.
March 17, Deyoe Lohnas received the first consigment of Chicago dressed beef in this community.
March 18, The death of Mrs. Ruth Carpenter at the age of 83 occurred.
March 20, The Citizens National Bank opened for business. D. A. Bullard was president. and L. A. Sharp cashier.
March 21, William B. Gage purchased the Medical Institute for $15,000 at a foreclosure sale.
March 28, Robert F. Milligan, was elected president of the village.
April 6, Philip Snyder, aged 81 years, died.
April 8, The Arcade property on Broadway was sold to William Hay Bockes for $51,550. After the destruction of The Arcade by fire the present Arcade was built by Benjamin J. Goldsmith.
April 13, Benjamin F. Judson was re-appointed postmaster at Saratoga Springs.
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