he schr. White Oak is unloading coal at Breck and Booth's dock.
The schrs. Gaskin and Glenora are loading railroad iron for Port Arthur.
The str. Alberta arrived last evening from Cape Vincent for repairs.
The tug Thompson, with 2 barges, arrived this morning from Montreal.
The tug Jessie Hall, with 3 barges, arrived last evening from Montreal.
Breck & Booth have chartered the schr. J.G. Worts to carry ice from Collinsby to Erie.
The timber in the schr. Jessie Breck is being unloaded. Next week she will be hauled out for repairs.
The tug Thompson, with barges Jennie and Regina, cleared this evening for Toledo, light, to load grain for Kingston.
The prop. Rosedale cleared last evening for Chicago. The schr. Mary Lyons also cleared for the same port this morning.
Arrivals: schr. Maggie L., Cape Vincent, light; sloop Lorraine, Cape Vincent, light; tug Ranger, Cape Vincent, with barges Craftsman and Minnie Linden in tow.
Found At The Cape - a body found near Cape Vincent could be from Jessie Breck.
p.4 Loss Of The Huron - Buffalo, July 8th - The steambarge Lothair arrived Sunday, having on board the crew of the schooner Huron. The Lothair and Huron loaded baryta ore at Port Arthur for Buffalo. This is a heavy white mineral used for making paint. Saturday in a brisk northwest wind on Lake Erie the Huron began leaking. Both pumps were worked, but the leak kept gaining. When it was seen that she would sink, the crew, including a woman cook and the captain's niece, took to the yawl and were picked up by the Lothair. The Huron went down in midlake abreast of Ashtabula. She was built at South Bay in 1874, and was owned by Thompson, Nuttson & Pooley, of Windsor, who have about $4,500 insurance on the hull.
Drowned For Sport - drowning of sailor William O'Donall by two others from sch. L.W. Drake at Parry Sound; inquest returned a verdict of manslaughter against other two.