ST'M BOAT EXCURSION ON THE UPPER LAKES.--
The S. Boat Michigan, Capt. W. T. PEASE, will leave Buffalo on Thursday, the 10th July inst. at 9 o'clock, A.M., for the Sault de Ste. Marie, (foot of Lake Superiour [sic],) Mackina and Green Bay, touching at the ports on Lake Erie and Detroit.
This trip will embrace a distance of nearly 2000 miles, during which passengers will have an opportunity of viewing the splendid scenery of lakes Erie, St. Clair, Huron, Superiour and Michigan, and the Rivers, Straits, and Bays connected with them.
The Michigan is a new and superiour boat, of about 500 tuns burden, propelled by two powerful low pressure engines, and finished and furnished in a style not surpassed by any boat in the United States.
On Thursday, the 12th August, she will leave Buffalo for Mackina, Green Bay, Chicago, Michigan City, St. Joseph, and the mouth of Grand River, of Lake Michigan.
Berths or State Rooms can be secured for either the above trips, by application to the Captain, on board, or to the Agents, at Buffalo.
BARKER & HOLT
July 2, 1834.