p.2 Shipping News - At J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf the schooner Yankee Blade left last night for Chicago with 400 tons of bulk salt at $1, gold. The schooner Mary Grover, which struck on the Galops Rapids, having been repaired, took on board 240 tons pig iron, and has cleared for Hamilton. The schooner E. Cohen is loading Lake Champlain iron ore for Cleveland. The barges Falcon and Star arrived from Montreal last night with pig iron and salt for Chicago.
At the ship yard there is a brisk business going on; the tug Elswood has repaired and goes off today, as does the brigantine Lafayette Cook. Mr. Kinghorn's composite steamer is progressing rapidly and already assumes the shape of a steamer.
At Carruther's wharf the schooner Jessie Brown arrived last night from Milford with produce. The schooner Laurel arrived from Oswego with 1,000 bags of corn meal and 50 tons of coal. The bark Valentine is loading 130 tons French rock salt in bulk, and 2,400 bags coarse salt for Chicago. The steamer Norseman passed with an excursion party from the Bay of Quinte for the Thousand Isles.
At Swift's wharf the steamer Louise arrived yesterday from Ottawa and proceeded today to Montreal, her place on the Ottawa route being supplied by the steamer City of Ottawa, which vessel assumed that position today. The steamer Corsican passed up yesterday and the Picton left for Oswego. The steamers Spartan and Abyssinian passed down this morning and the St. Helen up today.
At Gurney & Glidden's wharf the tug Eleanor arrived with three barges, laden with iron ore and cordwood. The schooner Dutchman sailed for Oswego with 65,000 feet of lumber. The E. Cohen is loading iron ore, and the Wave Crest will leave for Cleveland tonight with 110 tons iron ore.
At the M.T. Company's wharf the following arrived yesterday and this morning:- The Monterey, from Chicago, with 20,148 bushels wheat; the Valentine, from Toledo, with 17,002 bushels corn; the E. Cohen, from Toledo, with 13,597 bushels corn; the Wave Crest, from Chicago, with 12,341 bushels corn; the Arabia, with 19,000 bushels of wheat, from Chicago; and the Dundee, from Chicago, with 15,500 bushels of wheat. The tug Glide left last night with four barges containing 52,000 bushels corn.
The Yacht Mena - This well known and favorite second class yacht has been purchased from her former owner, Mr. Shaw, United States Consul at Toronto, by Messrs. Chaffey, Stewart and Makins, and brought over from Cape Vincent, where she has been stationed, to Kingston this week. The Mena won the first prize of her class at the regatta here last year, as well as several at the regattas up the lake. She was also the winning boat at Prescott this spring. Her good sailing qualities and well known character for speed, will make her purchase an acquisition to the yachts of Kington.