Holcomb & Stewart - Arrived: the schr. C. Gearing, from Wellington, 6,000 bush. buckeye peas.
A. Gunn & Co. - The White Oak is loading with timber at this wharf.
Jas. Swift & Co. - The steamer Queen, from Gananoque; the prop. Michigan up; prop. Kincardine for Oswego; steamer Magnet down; steamer Corinthian up; the Alexandria down.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - schr. Rathbun, from Niagara, 50,000 staves.
Port Colborne, May 20th - Down: schrs. Belle Mitchell, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Wanderer, Cleveland, Port Hope, coal; Senator Blood, Toledo, Oswego, corn; Maumee Valley, Cleveland, Cape Vincent, coal; Adirondac, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Rising Star, do., do., do.; Elgin, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Limerock, Cleveland, Prescott, stone; G.N. Davis, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; W.G. Grant, D.B. Moore.
Up: props. Maine, City of Montreal and City of New York; schrs. Shannon, L.S. Lamb, Wanatee, Japan, Ayr, barque Craftsman, schrs. Gazelle, Flying Scud, barge A.C. Keating, prop. Sovereign, schrs. Queen of the North, Clayton Belle, brig Peerless, schr. E.H. Rutherford, prop. Empire, schr. A. Mosher, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light.
At Elevator - schr. Reindeer, barque Hinona (sic).
p.3 Welland Canal - Mr. Manning, of Toronto, has received the contract for section 5 of the Welland Canal. The amount of the contract is $332,000.
Pembroke, May 30th - The Union Forwarding Co's steamer Forest Queen was burned to the water's edge, about 7 miles above this place early this morning.The cook, Miss Maggie Cavanagh, was burned to death. Full particulars not yet known.