p.2 Shipping News - At J.H. Henderson & Co's wharf the Charlotte Raab and Cecilia Jeffery unloaded yesterday. The schooners Annandale and Alpha cleared today for Hamilton with 750 tons steel railway rails.
At Carruthers' wharf the steamer Bay of Quinte took the place of the steamer Rochester on Tuesday, and the latter vessel yesterday took an excursion of Good Templars from Belleville to Ogdensburgh, and passed up on her return in the evening.
At Swift's wharf the steamers Spartan and Athenian and propeller St. Lawrence passed up last evening, and the Abyssinian down this morning.
At Gurney & Glidden's wharf the Kitty Friel and barge arrived from the Rideau with railway ties and posts, and left for Cape Vincent yesterday. The schooner Kersarge, with 280 tons of iron ore, and the schooner Julia Willard, with 150 tons of similar ore, left for Cleveland this morning.
New Propeller - The new propeller Scotia, belonging to the Merchants' Line, and built at St. Catharines, passed down on her first trip this morning. She touched at Swift's wharf, and her commander, Captain Scott, spoke highly of her qualities.
Yacht Race - The yachts Power and Truant had another race this afternoon, which excited no public interest.
The Shipyard - The old propeller Magnet is on the ways to be "razed down" to a barge. Mr. Kinghorn's new steamer is rapidly progressing towards completion, and will probably be ready for launching by the early part of the coming week.
Grain Arrivals - The following have arrived at the M.T. Company's wharf since our last report:- The Atmosphere, from Milwaukee, with 15,300 bushels wheat; the Enterprise, from Port Dalhousie, with 18,474 bushels wheat; the Stampede, from Chicago, with 18,980 bushels wheat; the Todman, from Toledo, with 7,275 bushels of wheat; and the New Dominion, with 13,500 bushels of wheat from Toledo.