p.2 death on str. Ottawa at Put-In Bay - shaft of the vessel is situated some eighteen inches above the main deck, and spliced in the centre. From the splices a nut protruded, which, in its evolutions, caught the crinoline of a woman and dragged her in. [Sandusky Register]
Vessels To And From Canadian Ports Passing Through The Welland Canal - St. Catherines, July 15th - Bark Prince of Wales, Wallaceburgh to Kingston, timber; bark Plymouth, Union to Kingston, timber; prop Colonist, Milwaukie to Montreal, wheat; prop. Avon, Chicago to Montreal, corn; sch. Brockville, Chicago to Montreal, sundries; sch. Sweet Home, Tyrconnell to Kingston, staves; bark Malta, Kingsville to Kingston, timber; sch. Oriental, Lake St. Clair to Kington, timber; sch. Ayr, Port Stanley to Kingston, timber; brig L. Cook, Chatham to Kington, timber.
St. Catherines, July 17th - Prop Indian, Montreal to Collingwood, coal; sch. H. Hoag, Kingston to Toledo, no cargo; sch. S. Amsden, Oswego to Port Dover, no cargo; brig Sir Charles Napier, Kingston to Wallaceburgh, no cargo; brig George Thurston, Kingston to Bear Creek, no cargo; sch. Louisa, Kingston to Wallaceburgh, no cargo; prop America, Montreal to St. Catherines, sundries; sch. W.H. Merritt, Kingston to Goderich, no cargo.
Grain On The Lakes - There is a great quantity of grain on the lakes consigned to Kingston, all kinds being shipped freely in Milwaukie and Chicago. Freights are also advancing in those cities, which is evidence of a coming good season. At the Welland Railway offices in Port Colborne, there are bills of lading for 500,000 bushels of grain to arrive. 68,000 bushels were shipped from Port Dalhousie by the Railway on Monday last. The evidences are good of a prosperous fall season.
p.3 Imports - 17,18 Exports - 17,18.