p.2 Royal Mail Through Line - Return passage tickets, either to Montreal or Toronto, are now issued at the office of this line at reduced rates. The steamers are all now running the rapids and on time. See advt.
James Swift & Co. - The str. Magnet passed up, and Passport down.
Montreal Transportation Co. - schr. S. & J. Collier, from Toronto, with 19,834 bush. wheat; prop. Alma Munroe, from Port Stanley, with 11,229 bush. wheat; schrs. Belle McPhie, from Toronto, with 6,595 bush. wheat; tug Elfin, with the barges Corncrib, Staghound and Relief, light.
Port Colborne, May 21st - Down: schrs. Paragon, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Comanche, Chicago, Oswego, corn and oats; Hannah, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Penokee, Chicago, Ogdensburg, oats; J.R. Benson, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Canada, Toledo, Kingston, timber; Bermuda, Wheately, Oshawa, lumber; Hoboken, Chicago, Ogdensburg, corn; Wacousta, Cleveland, Toronto, corn; Fleet Wing, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; E.P. Dorr, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; Monterey, Cartwright, Clayton, staves; China of Detroit, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Grantham, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Josephine, Cleveland, coal.
Up - steam-barge Triumph, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light.
At Elevator - schrs. Lady McDonald, from Milwaukee with corn, F.D. Barker.
The schr. Grantham passed down with 22,000 bush. corn, drawing nine feet and eleven inches. This is considered the largest cargo yet.