p.2 Marine News
Coulthurst & Macphie's wharf - The schr. Elgin has left for Port Stanley with 822 bars of railroad iron, and the schr. Dundee for Chicago with 300 tons of pig iron.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - The schr. Jura arrived from Port Whitby with 1,834 bushels of wheat. The tug Charlotte left with barges Alert, 12,975 bush. corn; Convoy, 8,100 bush. corn. The Craftsman leaves today with 500 tons of railroad iron for Port Stanley and Windsor.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The strs. Abyssinian and Magnet passed down; and the steamers Passport and Athenian passed up.
Port Colborne, July 9th, Down: Schrs. Two Brothers, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Monterey, Chicago, Ogdensburg, corn; W.F. Merrick, do., Kingston, do.; Melrose, Toledo, Oswego, do.; props. Empire, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Champlain, Chicago, do., do.
Up: schrs. Filmore, Mary Merritt, Florida, steambarge A.A. Turner, schrs. John Jewett, Peerless, Wave Crest, Magdella, New Dominion of Picton, barges Eureka, Acton, schrs. Norway, C. Youell, St. Lawrence, Marysburg, Manzanilla, Florence, Cavalier, prop. Scotia, steam barge Lincoln, schrs. G. Steel, Reindeer, J. Preston, E. White, Lafayette Cook, Malta.
p.3 Custom Imports - July 8th - Schr. Laurel, Oswego, J. Swift & Co., 75 tons coal; A. Gunn & Co., 500 sacks corn meal; P. Conroy, 80 bags corn meal.
July 9th - Str. Scotia, Milwaukee, Holcomb & Stewart, 4,702 bush. wheat.
Str. Corinthian, Rochester, R.D. Smith, 3 bush. cherries; R. Town, 3 bush. cherries.