...In this city, this morning, Capt. Wm. L. Harrington, formerly of Burlington, Vt. aged about 35 years.
TRIP TO THE UPPER LAKES.--The Splendid Steam Boat United States, Capt. A.E. Hart, will leave Buffalo on Thursday, the 24th day of September inst., at 9 o'clock, A.M. for Mackinac, Green Bay, Chicago, and St. Josephs, touching at the intermediate ports on Lake Erie.
The United States is 375 tuns burden, and for speed and accommodations is not surpassed by any Boat on Lake Erie. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board, or to
S. THOMPSON & CO., Buffalo,
JOHN BEGGS & CO. Dunkirk,
C. M. REED, Erie,
H. PHELPS & CO. Grand River,
S.A. BALDWIN & CO. Cleveland
STANDART & WILBUR, Huron,
J.R. DORR & CO. Detroit.
Sept. 9 1835.
BUFFALO AND TOLEDO.--Steam Boat Arrangement.--Owing to the increased demand for travelling facilities between the City of Buffalo, and the flourishing Village of Toledo, (situated near the mouth of the Maumee River,) the proprietors of the following Steam-Boats, feeling desirous to accommodate the immense increase of travel, have arranged to run a Daily Line, between Buffalo and Toledo, during the remainder of the season. The important advantages which this route offers to the emigrant destined to Indiana, Illinois, or the interiour [sic] of Michigan, are well known to the travelling community.
A Boat of this Line will leave each port daily, on the passage to and from Detroit, and being of the first class, and having superiour accommodations, the proprietors respectfully solicit patronage.
|Steam-Packet||Thos. Jefferson,|| Capt.||Wilkins.|
|"||General Porter,||" ||Norton.|
|"||Governor Marcy,||"|| Chase.|
|"|| Ohio,||"|| Burnett.|
For Freight or Passage apply to
PRATT, TAYLOR & CO.
SMITH & MACY, Buffalo
GEORGE M'KAY & CO.
DANIELS & CO.
A. PALMER & CO. Toledo.