The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Oswego Daily Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), Mon., Nov. 27, 1848

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St. Charles Saloon. - This establishment in the stone building on the corner of Water and Cayuga streets, has been fitted up in a style more expansive and superior to any other eating house in the city, by Mr. Washington Rowley, the popular Steward of the steamer Ontario, who knows how to cater to the public taste, better than any other man in the city.

Mr. Rowley has spared no pains or expense in fitting the spacious building through the three stories, for the accommodation of his customers, using the cellar as a kitchen, where the experienced and well trained cooks of the Steamboats are employed. he has also employed the most attentive and best qualified agents to fill the various apartments of the establishment, and there seems to be nothing wanting to contribute to the highest degree of comfort. one may lounge in the St. Charles upon costly carpets and sofas, amid all the luxuries to be found anywhere. The skill, taste and accomplishments of Mr. Rowley in his business are too well known in this city to require any commendations from us.

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Richard Palmer
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Oswego Daily Commercial Times (Oswego, NY), Mon., Nov. 27, 1848