p.1 General Paragraphs - Arrivals: schr. Neelon, Toledo, 21,800 bush corn.
The prop. Ocean called last night on her way to Hamilton.
The sch. Fleetwing is at the spile dock loading lumber for Oswego.
Clearances: tug Hall and 4 barges, Montreal, grain, stone and sand; schr. Neelon, Port Dalhousie, light; schr. O.S. Storrs, Oswego, rye.
The barge Glengarry is unloading iron at the M.T. co's wharf.
The str. Islander has arrived from Millen's Bay with a large quantity of hay.
The str. Armenia is loading barrelled salt at the Rathbun company for Deseronto.
The schr. Neelon arrived yesterday from Toledo with corn for the M.T. Company.
Business is very quiet all along the docks. The vessels are going into winter quarters one by one, and in a few weeks none will be in active service except the sturdy old Pierrepont.
The machinery of the late tug McArthur was removed from the hull yesterday and taken to Collinsby by the schr. Philo Bennett. The machinery will be used in the steel tug to be built by the Collins By rafting company this winter.