p.2 Marine Intelligence
There is only one arrival of grain to report since yesterday, and the forwarders are somewhat slack. A rush may be expected soon, however; and preparations are being made for it.
Montreal Transportation Company - The schr. New Dominion, Toronto, 8,000 bush. wheat. The tug Bronson was expected today with a tow of barges, but she has been delayed at Montreal.
James Swift & Co. - The propeller Kincardine left for Oswego last night with a load of about100 cattle and other freight; the steamer Spartan went down at nine o'clock this morning heavily laden. The Picton passed up on her first trip from Montreal; and the propeller America passed up.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - The schr. Nellie Sherwood reported as having arrived yesterday was from Consecon, with 6,000 bush. wheat.
Port Colborne, May 4th - Down: prop. Nashua, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; Cleveland, do., do., do.; schrs. Queen of the North, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Oliver Mowat, Detroit, Kingston, staves; M.F. Merrick, Port Huron, Clayton, do.; Picton, do., Kingston, corn; W. Ogden, Cleveland, Ogdensburg, coal; Eureka, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.
Up: schrs. Two Friends, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Maria Shaw, Welland, Cleveland, do.; barques Gibraltar, Bay City, do., Arctic, Port Dalhousie, Cleveland, do.; schr. Wave Crest, Toronto, blank, do.; prop. Oswegatchie, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; steambarge Serallow (sic), Ogdensburg, Detroit, light; schrs. J.A. Porter, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Regina, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light.
p.3 C.I. - 4th - Steam barge Adventure, Clayton, M. Fox, 34 1/2 tons hay.
Schr. Mary Foster, Oswego, John Kerr, 97 tons coal.
Schr. Pearl, Oswego, John Kerr, 98 tons coal.
Schr. Royal Oak, Oswego, T. Wilson, 240 tons coal.