Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday, July 17,1876
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Along the Docks
The schooner Blazing Star is receiving the canvas again preparatory to
taking Horace Greeley's advice.
The Cutter Manhattan steamed away like a gallant craft this noon for
Ogdensburg. If business in the new harbor increases next season as it has
this summer, a steam ferry will be a necessity. With the thermometer at 90 degrees in the shade (and no fog), the walk to the new pier is anything but pleasant.
The Sodus tug E. P. Ross took the schooners Scud and Marysburg to Fair Haven today to lad coal for Toronto.
Passengers who went down by the Oswego Belle to the Thousand Islands yesterday and returned this morning, speak in the most glowing manner of the cool retreat.
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- Richard Palmer
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes