Calvin's first raft reached Quebec. A second leaves tonight.
The sloop Laura D. arrived light from Cape Vincent last evening.
The strs. Armenia and Clinton with consorts have reached Garden Island with pine timber from St. Ignace.
The cabin of the old barge Bennett has been repaired. It was burnt out while lying at Kingston dock last winter.
The following arrivals are reported: schr. J. Magee, Toledo, 25,000 bushels of corn; schr. Minnie Slawson, Chicago, 27,550 bush corn.
The schr. Homer lately sunk near Midland, wet 7,243 bushels of her 10,000 bushel cargo of corn. She was not much injured.
It is said that 12 steamers, representing an insurance of over $1,000,000 have been placed by N.Y. brokers in English Lloyds according to advices of Chicago underwriters.
A DREDGE GOES DOWN
THE MUNSON SINKS IN ONE HUNDRED FEET OFF LEMOINES POINT.
Yesterday morning the dredge Munson of Belleville, which spent some days dredging for the launching of the barge Minnedosa, left for the bay city in tow of two small tugs. She had been leaking before leaving but it was thought that it would not amount to much. When opposite Lemoine's Point and when the crew least expected it, she sank to the bottom, in about 100' of water. The tow lines were cut in order to save the tugs. The dredge went down beam ends first. The cook, in the kitchen at the time making preparations of dinner, was told to come up but before he had time to run to the stairway the vessel was under water. The fellow went down but soon came up and was rescued by the crew in an exhausted state. He stated afterwards that the suction from the dredge going down kept him from coming to the surface. He had to wait until she reached the bottom. A lot of timber on her deck came up after she sank.