The str. Marshall cleared last evening for Detroit.
The schr. P. Bennett, with coal, arrived this morning from Oswego.
The schr. Eliza Fisher arrived last evening with 260 tons coal from Oswego.
The steamer Acadia arrived last night from Montreal, and after taking on some railroad iron cleared for Duluth.
The raising of the wrecking materials from the sunken Gaskin is going on well and a large quantity has been got up.
The schr. W.R. Taylor left this morning in tow of the str. Armenia for Toledo. She will load timber at Oswego for Kingston.
On her last up trip the Persia, while entering the locks at Morrisburg, scraped the bow of a barge that was tied too near the gates, and broke three stanchions, besides scratching the old favorite up considerably. Capt. Scott did not say much audibly, but we can imagine the tumult within about that time.