p.2 Shipping News - J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf - The sch Monterey left this wharf yesterday afternoon, and proceeded to the Penitentiary, where she will take on a cargo of stone. Three barges were despatched last evening for Montreal with a combined cargo of 60,000 bush wheat.
Swift's wharf - Yesterday afternoon the steamer Kingston passed up, and the Passport passed down this morning. The sch Cora reached here this morning with a consignment of 100 tons stove coal for James Swift & Co.
The steam barge R. Anglin is now discharging a cargo of 100 cords of hard wood for the use of Royal Mail Line.
Glassford, Jones & Co's wharf - The barges Cato, T.C. Lee, John Munn, Clyde, and Powerful, leave for Montreal this evening with a combined cargo of 67,000 bush wheat. The schr White Oak will also leave for Toronto tonight with 100 cords wood. The schrs E. & J. Bermis for Detroit, and Quickstep for Chicago, left this morning, both light.
Lake Freights - Mr. Aikin's Chicago circular dated September 28th, reports the following charters to Canadian ports, viz.: To Windsor, schr Selkirk, corn (free of elevation) at 4 cents. To St. Catherines, schr Northern Bell, wheat, (from Milwaukee, free of elevation) at 11 1/2 cents.
Arrivals - Barges T.C. Lee and Juno from Montreal, light.
The M.T. Company's wharf - The schrs Dauntless from Toledo arrived today, carrying a cargo of 10,500 bush wheat, and the prop Bruno is now discharging a cargo of wheat into a barge which will probably leave this evening.