p.2 Shipping News - J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf - The prop East unloaded at this wharf 14,000 bush wheat from Chicago (for the M.T. Company).
Glassford, Jones & Co. - Departures today: the schrs Hoboken for Chicago, the Sweepstakes for Wellington Square, the Belle Walbridge for Toledo, and W.W. Grant for the Welland Canal, all light.
The M.T. Company's wharf - The prop East arrived at midnight from Chicago, and is loading pig iron for that port. The tug Glide with six barges with united cargoes of 78,000 bush wheat, will leave tonight.
Police Court - John B. Van Asseltyne, mate of the schooner New Dominion, charged George Chambers and Charles Williams with being disorderly on the vessel this morning, and with assaulting him. The first was a hand on board the vessel, and was, with the other man, who belongs to the schooner Ontario, under the influence of drink. It was simply a whiskey wrangle, and the case was without a particle of interest. The magistrate disposed of the case by fining the prisoners two dollars each with costs, and cautioned them as to their future conduct.