p.3 Ashore At the Ducks - Late last evening Mr. J. Swift, one of the owners of the sch. B.W. Folger, received a telegram from Mr. A.G. Cook, of Oswego, stating that a vessel had just arrived at that port and reported that there was a vessel ashore on the south side of the Main Ducks. It was thought to be the Folger. Judging by the direction of the wind on Monday Marine Inspector Taylor felt confident that the vessel referred to was the Folger. The news of the vessels probable safety soon spread and there was considerable rejoicing among the friends of Capt. B.J. Ryan. As the vessel was ashore in Canadian waters the tug Active (M.T. Co.'s line) was engaged to go to her relief this morning with a lighter. At Garden Island a steam pump was taken on board. Capt. Donnelly, the wrecker, will superintend the work of floating the schooner. Capt. Gaskin and Mr. Jas. Swift also went on the expedition.
The sch. Sweepstakes is loading 13,000 bush of barley for Oswego.
The sch. Augusta passed up from Ogdensburg for Port Dalhousie.
The prop. Scotia, from Chicago, for Montreal, arrived this morning and lightened 5,500 bush of corn.
Swifts - Arrivals: Algerian from Montreal; D.C. West from Westport; City of Belleville from Ogdensburg.
The sch. Richardson passed Port Colborne last night en route to Fort William. The Dauntless, from Buffalo with barley for Kingston has passed through the canal.
Capt. Gerow, with the sch. Flora Carveth, made a trip from Trenton to Oswego and return in exactly 40 hours and ten minutes, including a halt of eight hours in Oswego.