p.2 A Handsome Boat - We had the pleasure of examining a very handsome boat today at Cunningham's boat yard, the property of Mr. Crevoline, Cape Vincent, N.Y. It was 18 1/2 feet keel, 3 ft. 8 in. beam, 16 inches high, built of pine, black ash and black walnut varnished. It has moveable seats in the bow and stern, a neat fish box, gaff and mallet, the knees are 4 1/2 inches from centre to centre, and an arrangement of silver on each side for the oars, adds greatly to the beauty of its appearance. Altogether, it is the handsomest boat we have ever seen. The price was $125, and it was by Mr. Collen, of Clayton. Mr. Crevolin rowed over today in about two hours and three-quarters from the Cape.
Holcomb & Stewart - The prop. Europe lightened 4,000 bush. wheat, and proceeded to Montreal. The prop. L. Shickluna, from Milwaukee, lightened 4,000 bush. wheat. The barge Europe leaves with 12,000 bush. wheat.
Montreal Transportation Co. - schr. Philo Bennett, from Whitby, arrived with 6,735 bush. peas. The tug Charlotte arrived with the barges Consort, Convoy and Waverly; leaves with the Milwaukee, 21,322 bush. wheat; Convoy, 9,000 bush. wheat; Cruiser, 9,000 bush. wheat.
Jas. Swift & Co. - The str. Magnet up; prop. Kincardine from Oswego; strs. Passport and Queen passed down, and the schr. Arctic finished discharging.
Port Colborne, May 27th - Down: steamyacht Dennis Bowen, Caledonia, Hamilton, light; schr. Gulnair, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; prop. City of Toledo, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; schr. Eureka, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.
Up: prop. Lovell, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; Georgian, Montreal, Port Stanley, do.; schrs. Bolivia, Oswego, Cleveland, salt; M. Williams, do., Chicago, coal; Hattie Howard, do., Milwaukee, do.; Garret H. Smith, do., Chicago, do.; J.H. Hartzell, do., do., do.; F. Campbell, Kingston, Toledo, light; A. Sexon (sic - Anglo Saxon ?), Kingston, do., Cleveland, do.; prop. Lake Erie, Montreal, Chicago, gen. cargo; barque Cavalier, Collinsby, Alpena, light; barge O.J. Hale, Ogdensburg, Toledo, do.; schrs. Bay Trader, Welland, Port Rowan, do.; Watchful, Toronto, Vermillion, mdse.; Duncan City, Oswego, Detroit, coal; T.H. Howland, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; T.Y. Avery, Oswego, Chicago, coal; barque J.C. Woodruff, Kingston, Pigeon Bay, light; schr. E. Blake, Kingston, Milwaukee, light; barque Arabia, do., do., stone; schrs. James Norris, Two Friends.
p.3 C.I. - 26th - Str. Prussia, Milwaukee, Jones & Miller, 3,077 bush. wheat.
Schr. Arctic, Cleveland, J. Swift & Co., 430 tons coal.
Schr. Hartford, Chicago, M.T. Co., 19,495 bush. corn.
Schr. Anna Craig, Bay City, Collinsby Rafting Co., 182 pcs. oak.
Reciprocity With Canada - Oswego, May 27th - The Board of Trade today passed resolutions requesting our Senators and Representatives in Congress to aid so far as possible in the re-establishment of reciprocal trade relations between the United States and Canada for the purpose of making the advantages, likely to be derived by our citizens from the proposed treaty, more nearly equal to those of our Canadian neighbors than they are believed to have been by the former treaty. The Board recommends the use of the Canadian canals connecting the upper lakes with tide water, and particularly of the Welland Canal which should be made absolutely free to vessels and cargoes of the United States and to our products when carried in Canadian bottoms.
The Saucy Jack broke from her moorings at Mill Point on Monday, and was lifted by the waves over a boom and between the saw logs. No serious damage was done to the schooner.