The prop. Acadia on her way to Montreal passed Port Colborne yesterday.
The prop. Rosedale loads wheat at Chicago for Kingston at 4 cents per bushel.
The str. Celtic lightened 6,500 bush corn yesterday and proceeded to Montreal.
The schr. Julia is loading coal at Oswego for Kingston. She will be here on Saturday.
The str. St. Lawrence leaves on Saturday and goes on her regular route next Monday.
The str. Nile, from Cape Vincent, light and schr. Maggie L., Clayton, light, are in port.
The schr. Richards from Chicago to Kingston with corn passed Port Colborne yesterday afternoon.
The sails of the Ames yacht Yama have arrived at Oswego. The yacht is on the way up from New York.
The schr. Ella Murton is unloading coal at Toronto. Her next trip to Kingston will be from Oswego to Kingston with coal.
John Harman, Ogdensburg, has purchased the tug F.D. Wheeler. She will be towed to Ogdensburg to be overhauled.
Arrivals: prop. Tilley, Chicago, 43,100 bush corn; sch. Neelon, Chicago, 22,163 bush corn; Merritt, 22,946 bush corn.
Arrivals at Portsmouth: str. Myles, Duluth, 40,000 bush wheat; schr. Downing, Chicago, 20,000 bush corn; schr. Speedwell, Chicago, 15,000 bush corn.