p.2 Imports - May 16th - Schr. Maid of the West, Toledo, 10,000 bush. corn, 200 barrels pork, Walker & Berry.
Schr. Kosaisha, Cleveland, 1,000 barrels pork, 200 barrels grease, 300 barrels corn meal, 50 barrels tallow, Holcomb & Henderson.
Propeller Protection, Montreal, 50 boxes pipes, J. Carruthers & Co.
May 17th - Propeller Oliver Cromwell, Toledo, 13,000 bushels corn, Walker & Berry, 1 case wine, R. Wallace.
Str. Reindeer, Montreal, (gen. cargo).
Schr. Mary Francis, Sandusky, 7,350 bushels corn, Hooker, Pridham & Co.
Steamer Dawn, Montreal, (gen. cargo).
One of the large Steamers of this Line will leave Kingston every morning (Sundays excepted) at 7 1/2 o'clock, for Sackett's Harbor, Oswego, Rochester, Lewiston, Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, connecting with all Lines of Railroads and Steamers for all points West and South.
And will leave Kingston at 2 o'clock, p.m., for Clayton, Alexandria Bay, Brockville, Morristown, Ogdensburgh and Montreal.
N.B. - Passengers moving West will find this Line as comfortable, expeditious and cheap as any other. It being daily, passengers will not be subjected to expense and delay on the route, waiting uncertain connections.
If comfort, speed and low prices are desired, don't fail to secure tickets by American Line.
Horses and Wagons taken at corresponding prices.
Tickets can be procured of Thomas J. Angel, at his office, and on board the Steamers.
The Steamers connect every Monday with the cars at Sackett's Harbor for Albany and New York.
Kingston, May 15, 1856.