The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Meteor (Propeller), 10 Aug 1872


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(advertisement)

      For Lake Superior. - 1872.

      THE UNION STEAMBOAT CO.
      and the
      ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LAKE CO.
      One of the splendid steamers of this Line will leave Detroit daily at 10 p. m. (except Sundays
and Mondays) for SAULT STE. MARIE, MARQUETTE, PORTAGE LAKE, DULUTH, and intermediate ports on LAKE SUPERIOR.
      Days of Steamers Sailing:
      CHINA . . . . . . . . .July 2 - 17, Aug. 1 - 16 - 31
      ARCTIC . . . . . . . " 3 - 18, " 2 - 17
      KEWEENAW . . " 4 - 19, " 3 - 18
      PACIFIC. . . . . . . " 5 - 20, " 6 - 21
      JAPAN. . . . . . . . " 6 - 23, " 7 - 22
      WINSLOW. . . . . " 9 - 24, " 8 - 23
      METEOR . . . . . . " 10 - 25, " 9 - 24
      INDIA . . . . . . . . . " 11 - 26, " 10 - 27
      ATLANTIC . . . . " 12 - 27, " 13 - 28
      ST. PAUL . . . . . " 13 - 30, " 14 - 29
      ST. LOUIS . . . . . " 16 - 31, " 15 - 30
      Tickets will be issued by the Company's agents and at all principal Railroad offices to Duluth
and return by lake, to Duluth by lake, returning all rail through St. Paul and Chicago, or by rail
to Duluth, returning by lake.
      Tickets, rates of freight and further information can be obtained on application to
      Alfred Chesebrough, Ag't, Detroit
      Buckley & Co., Consignee, Detroit, or Brady & Co., Agents & Consignees Detroit.
      J. T. Whiting, Gen'l Western Agent, Detroit.
      E.T. Evans, Manager, A., D. & P. L. Co.
      S. D. Caldwell, Gen. Manager, U.S. Co.
      B.F. Patrick, Gen. Pass. Agent. No. 43, Central Wharf, Buffalo
      my14-imdp
      Detroit Free Press
      August 10, 1872
(advertisement)

      For Lake Superior. - 1872.

      THE UNION STEAMBOAT CO.
      and the
      ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LAKE CO.
      One of the splendid steamers of this Line will leave Detroit daily at 10 p. m. (except Sundays
and Mondays) for SAULT STE. MARIE, MARQUETTE, PORTAGE LAKE, DULUTH, and intermediate ports on LAKE SUPERIOR.
      Days of Steamers Sailing:
      CHINA . . . . . . . . .July 2 - 17, Aug. 1 - 16 - 31
      ARCTIC . . . . . . . " 3 - 18, " 2 - 17
      KEWEENAW . . " 4 - 19, " 3 - 18
      PACIFIC. . . . . . . " 5 - 20, " 6 - 21
      JAPAN. . . . . . . . " 6 - 23, " 7 - 22
      WINSLOW. . . . . " 9 - 24, " 8 - 23
      METEOR . . . . . . " 10 - 25, " 9 - 24
      INDIA . . . . . . . . . " 11 - 26, " 10 - 27
      ATLANTIC . . . . " 12 - 27, " 13 - 28
      ST. PAUL . . . . . " 13 - 30, " 14 - 29
      ST. LOUIS . . . . . " 16 - 31, " 15 - 30
      Tickets will be issued by the Company's agents and at all principal Railroad offices to Duluth
and return by lake, to Duluth by lake, returning all rail through St. Paul and Chicago, or by rail
to Duluth, returning by lake.
      Tickets, rates of freight and further information can be obtained on application to
      Alfred Chesebrough, Ag't, Detroit
      Buckley & Co., Consignee, Detroit, or Brady & Co., Agents & Consignees Detroit.
      J. T. Whiting, Gen'l Western Agent, Detroit.
      E.T. Evans, Manager, A., D. & P. L. Co.
      S. D. Caldwell, Gen. Manager, U.S. Co.
      B.F. Patrick, Gen. Pass. Agent. No. 43, Central Wharf, Buffalo
      my14-imdp
      Detroit Free Press
      August 10, 1872


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advertisement for route
Date of Original:
1872
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McN.E.8797
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Meteor (Propeller), 10 Aug 1872