p.2 ad - The Canadian Navigation Company - Royal Mail Through Line - composed of the following steamers: Corsican, Capt. Sinclair; Spartan, Capt. Dunlop; Passport, Capt. Simpson; Magnet, Capt. Bailey; Corinthian, Capt. Farrell; Champion, Capt. Carmichael.
Express Line - steamers Athenian, Capt. J.J. Morley, and Abyssinian, Capt. J.B. Estes, to start on July 2nd, with schedule.
p.3 Custom Imports - 26th - Prop Argyle, Chicago, J. Carruthers & Co., 85 bales broom corn; 40 brls whiskey; J. Swift & Co., 4,604 bush corn.
Schr. Picton, Port Huron, Calvin & Breck, 5,507 pipe staves, 98,161 W. India staves.
27th - Schr. Cavalier, Bay City, McArthur Bros., 200 pcs pine, 76 pcs oak.
Schr. C. Jeffery, Port Dalhousie, M.T. Co., 10,094 bush corn.
Schr. H.N. Todman, Toronto, M.T. Co., 7,594 bush corn.
Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo)
28th - Schr. Sea Gull, Toledo, M.T. Co., 14,000 bush corn.
Schr. Cortez, Chicago, M.T. Co., 19,000 bush corn.
Schr. Madrina, Chicago, M.T. Co., 20,000 bush corn.
Schr. Havana, Chicago, M.T. Co., 20,000 bush corn.
Str. Corinthian, Montreal, A. McCormick, 10 cs brandy.
Port Colborne, June 27th - Down - Props Buckeye, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; City of Montreal, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo.
Up - Props Oswegatchie, Europe, D.M. Foster, Peebler, Richards, steam barge Westford; schr. Portagh, Oswego, Cleveland, iron ore; Ontario of Goderich, Kingston, Bruce Mines; Annandale, Cobourg, Cleveland, iron ore; S.M. Mollison, Oswego, Chicago, salt; Almeda, Cape Vincent, Buffalo, iron ore; L. Casey, Oswego, Toledo, salt; Natt Woodward, Toronto, Toledo, light; Midnight.
p.4 The trial trip of a new tug - Alanson Sumner - took place on the bay, Belleville, on Wednesday, and a large number of leading men of the town, including the Mayor, were on board. The tug was built in Oswego, and is owned by A.S. Page & Co., lumber dealers. She is 149 feet long and 800 horsepower, and cost $40,000. She is intended for towing barges, etc. between here and Oswego. The owners entertained the guests on board to a sumpteous lunch, and the prosperity of the Sumner was drunk with hearty good will.