ROBERT HUGUNIN, Master
In order to facilitate the communication from the termination of the Canal, at Rochester,to Buffalo and Niagara, this Boat, wind and weather permitting, will leave Genesee River on Monday the 5th day of May next, for Youngstown and Lewiston; continuing to leave that place every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 4 o'clock P.M.; and returning, leave Lewiston every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 4 o'clock P.M. and Youngstown on the same days, at 6 o'clock P.M.
On and after the 6th day of June, she will leave Genesee River for Sacket's Harbor every Friday, at 4 o'clock P.M. and return from Sacket's Harbor every Saturday, at 4 o'clock P.M.; continuing to run from Genesee River to Lewiston on Monday and Wednesday, and returning on Tuesday and Thursday, as before.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
From Genesee River to Youngstown or Lewiston, four dollars.
From Genesee River to Sacket's Harbor, five dollars.
Forward Cabin Passengers, with board, at three quarters of the above prices.
Deck passengers, without board, at half price.
Freight, and families moving, will be carried at a reasonable rate.
AGENTS FOR RECEIVING AND
At the termination of the Canal, at Rochester, Messrs. Jackson, Meach & Co.-- At Genesee River, Joseph Davit.--at Youngstown, John Phillips--at Lewiston, William Hotchkiss--at Sacket's Harbor, A. Crane & Co.
The Steam-Boat will not receive or deliver any Freight but at the Dock provided for her at each port, unless by special agreement.
All arrangements for supplies, &c. must be made with the Captain, as no account will be allowed to be made, on account of the Boat, by any other person.
N.B. Good Carriages will be provided by John G. Christopher, at his Mansion House at Rochester, to convey passengers to and from the Steam-Boat. Passengers who may choose to call at Mr. Christopher's will find good accommodations and attendance.
Rochester, April 1, 1823.