A Card. - The undersigned, Officers of the Steamer "Huron," take this occasion to express their thanks to the numerous citizens of Oswego, for the courtesy and attention shown them and the many kind offices rendered in their behalf, during their recent stay in the city, occasioned by the sinking of their steamer in the Harbor of Oswego, on the 20th day of May last. To Messrs. Clemow & Bloore, who have extended to them a liberal hospitality during their sojourn here - who have rendered them many and important service, and in the midst of the cares of an extensive business of their own, have generously developed much of their time and attention to the assistance of the undersigned, they are especially grateful.
They are also greatly indebted to Thomas Dobbie, Esq., proprietor of the TowBoats Bloore and Mulford, for many favors shown and much valuable aid gratuitously afforded them.
Captain Wm. Morgan, the General Inspector and Surveyor of the North Western Insurance company, has placed the undersigned under great obligations to him, for the courteous and liberal manner in which he has performed his official duties in respect to the damage sustained by the Steamer, and for the valuable advice and assistance he has given them in ascertaining and repairing such damage.
Master of Steamer Huron.
Wm. McConnell, Purser.
Oswego, June 21st, 1855.