p.2 Reward - for body of purser E.N. Wright, of str. Picton., who drowned while on way to wreck of str. St. Helen in the Cedar Rapids on 5th.
Montreal Transportation Company's Wharf - Arrivals - Prop Enterprise, Port Dalhousie, 21,000 bushels of corn; schooner Aigle de Mer, Toronto, 8,977 bushels wheat; prop. City of Chatham, from Chicago, lightened 5,271 bushels of corn, and thence proceeded to Montreal. Departures - Tug Glide and the following barges: Wanda, 11,179 bushels of corn; Grace, 5,256 bushels of do.; Convoy, 8,944 bushels of do.; Cruiser, 10,275 bushels of do.; Fortitude, 11,612 bushels of do.; C., 10,316 bushels do.
Messrs. James Swift and Co's Wharf - The steamers Corsican and Picton passed down. The propeller Georgian, also bound downwards, unloaded 1,000 barrels of flour.
Marine Railway - The schooner Northumberland is on the ways here receiving sundry repairs.
Port Colborne, June 17th - Down - Propeller Buckeye, Detroit, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; steam barge Mary Pringle, Cleavette, Ogdensburg, lumber; schooner Louisa, Union, Kingston, timber; brig Hercules, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; prop St. Albans, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; propeller Europe, Chicago, Montreal, corn; schr. Victor, Port Huron, Garden Island, staves.
Up - Brig W.P. Emery, Florence, schrs. Jas. Norris, Persia, Rathbun, A. Hope, Undine, Marysburg, Sanderson, Grace Whitney, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, light; bark Mary Battle, St. Catharines, Oxford, light; John Breden, Oswego, Chicago, salt; schr. R. Dart, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; props. Lowell, Prairie State; schrs. Ariel, Wm. F. Allen, Sibylla, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light.
Accident - Wm. Chaffey fell off one of his schooners and was injured.
Grand Moonlight Excursion - on str. Pierrepont on 20th.
Excursion on Rochester to Gananoque, Clayton and Alexandria Bay on 24th.