p.2 Shipping News - Messrs. Glassford and Jones' barges Cato and Monarchy, leaves this evening with the united cargoes of 19,000 bushels of wheat. The tug Elgin arrived at the M.T. Company's wharf yesterday, with two barges from Montreal. The schooner Pride of America, left the same wharf for Chicago on Saturday night. The schooner Richardson arrived from Oswego yesterday light, and has commenced taking in a return cargo of lumber at Gurney & Glidden's. She will probably complete and sail tonight. The steam barge Rose, with 122,000 feet of lumber, and the barge Thistle with 157,000 feet do., from the Rideau Canal, arrived on Saturday night and are discharging at Gurney and Glidden's wharf. The sloop Indian Chief, from Brewer's Mills, with 68,040 feet of lumber, arrived last night, and the tug Francis with 4 barges from Cape Vincent, light, on Saturday night arrived at Gurney & Glidden's wharf, and the schooner Prince Edward leaves the same wharf tonight for Toronto, with cordwood. The propeller Colonist passed down yesterday afternoon, and the steamer Huron up this morning, touching at Swift's wharf.
Garden Island - The schooner Rutherford with staves from Bear Creek, arrived on Saturday night, and the steamer Hiram Calvin arrived today with a raft of pine lumber from Trenton. The schooner Denmark left today for Bay City.
The propeller Bruno was telegraphed through the Welland Canal at 2 o'clock this afternoon, on her way down.
A Quick Run - The schooner Wave Crest left Gurney and Glidden's wharf at eleven o'clock on Friday night with a full cargo of lumber for Oswego. She returned to the wharf on Sunday morning at eight o'clock, having discharged her cargo and completed the round trip in about 36 hours. She is loading, and will probably return tonight.