From the Richmond Dispatch, 7/18/1864, p.1, c 6
For Drewry’s Bluff – the snug little steamer “Bonita” so favorably known to the public, is making regular daily trips to Drewry’s Bluff and Chaffin’s Farm carrying passengers each way for $1 per head. A run down the river is very pleasant at this time and as the master of the “Bonita” is attentive and obliging, the public will find a ride on this vessel exceedingly agreeable. Pleasure parties may charter her for a trip at any time by calling on Mr. Chas.Commas(?), the agent.