Oswego County Whig
July 23, 1839
Rail-Road Line of Post Coaches
Between Oswego and Syracuse
Through in six hours. Coaches will be in readiness at the Steam-Boat Landing in Oswego, on the arrival of the morning Steamers from Lewiston, to convey passengers to Syracuse, in time for the afternoon cars for Albany.
Returning, leaves Syracuse on the arrival of the morning cars from Albany, and arrive at Oswego in time for the Steamboats for Lewiston and Buffalo.
Passengers, by taking this route, can leave Buffalo at 9 o'clock in the morning, and 12 M., and arrive in Oswego early next morning, and in New York on the afternoon of the second day from Buffalo.
KINYON, LEWIS & CO. AND OTHERS.
Oswego, July 16, 1839. - 29 4w. Proprietors.