p.1 Marine News
Coulthurst & McPhie's wharf - propellers Columbia and Lake Michigan, from Chicago each lightened about 4,000 bush. of wheat.
Montreal Transportation Company's wharf - prop. R.W. Standley, from Toledo, lightened 3,277 bush. wheat.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - The steamers Indian and Magnet up; prop. Bristol and steamer Corinthian down. The Corinthian did not leave the harbour until nine o'clock this morning, being detained on her passage down by the fog.
Port Colborne, Sept. 23rd - Down: Schrs. T.Y. Avery, Milwaukee, Port Colborne, wheat; J.R. Noyes, Milwaukee, Oswego, do.; O. Branch, Detroit, do., do.; Magellan, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Frank Crawford, do., Ogdensburg, lumber; J.S. Richards, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; John Wesley, do., Oswego, do.; Glad Tidings, Chicago, Port Colborne, do.; prop. America, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.
Up: schrs. W.B. Phelps, Fellow Craft, Montauk, Typo, Roscious, prop. City of Concord, schr. Eliza Fisher.
p.2 The Yacht Race - The yachts Lady Stanley, Ina and Coral have arrived in the harbour to take part in the race on Friday. Should the weather be favourable there will be a good race, as the boats are well matched.
Custom Imports - Sept. 24th - Sloop Ella Jane, Sodus, 36 bbls. apples, 3 bush. do., E.J. Rose.
Str. Corinthian, Port Hope, 4 bbls. fruit, Rees Bros.
Prop. Stanley, Toledo, 3,477 bush. wheat, M.T. Co.
Str. Lake Michigan, Chicago, 4,375 bush. wheat, A. McPhie.
Married - In Oswego, N.Y., Sept. 23rd, at the residence of J.C. Wellington, Esq., by the Rev. S.S.N. Greely, Mr. Henry Cunningham, of Kingston, Ont., to Miss Leonora Hitchcock, of Saginaw, Michigan.