Ohio River Mail Steamers
The U. S. Mail Line steamers, the finest on the Western waters, consists of the steamers United States and General Lytle, who carry the mail between Cincinnati and Louisville, pass Warsaw on their way to Louisville about 10 o'clock, p.m. and up to Cincinnati about 12 p.m.
The packets, Louis A. Shirley and Gen'l Pike, doing all the way business between Cincinnati and Madison, pass down on their way to Madison at 10 o'clock p.m., and up to Cincinnati at 2 o'clock p.m.
The management and officers of this line are gentlemen in every respect, and strive at all times to make it pleasant and comfortable for the traveling public.
Warsaw has the best of traveling facilities, as these steamers are fast, prompt, and reliable.
from the Warsaw Independent, June 26, 1880