The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Tue, 6 Nov, 1883

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Chicago Times: The little steam yacht Maud Lilly of St. Joseph, Mich., Capt. Arthur Napier, arrived in port yesterday. She will proceed through the canal at once and go via the Illinois and Mississippi rivers to new Orleans, where she will be sold. The tug Muriel, owned by Singer & Talcott stone company of this city will leave Monday via the canal and rivers for the island of Cuba, where she will be employed in towing barges of the company during the coming winter. The Muriel was built for this purpose last spring, but as she proved very useful about the river here, it was concluded not to send her south until this fall.

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Detroit Post and Tribune (Detroit, MI), Tue, 6 Nov, 1883