p.2 The Corsican - There is no change to report in the position of the Corsican today so far. The steamer Magnet went with barges up to South Bay this morning to assist in unloading, but up to four o'clock they had not returned. The Hiram A. Calvin is still working at the steamer with the pumps. The freight already brought down is being shipped west per Grand Trunk Railway, arrangements having been made for that purpose. The steamer Algerian, on her way down from Hamilton, went as close as possible to the wreck, and reports the relief party as working hard at the Corsican. The Magnet is being loaded with the freight, and is expected down this evening.
The schooner Benedict left this afternoon for Oswego with 200,000 feet of lumber.
There is only one arrival to note today for Holcomb & Stewart.
Montreal Transportation Co. - The tug Bronson left with barges Colborne, 20,000 bush. wheat; Lancaster, 10,000 bush. wheat; McCarthy, 8,000 bush. barley, 5,500 bush. wheat from James Richardson, 101,000 barrel staves.
J. Swift's Wharf - Arrived - props. East up and American down; str. Admiral from Ogdensburg.
Holcomb & Stewart - Arrived - schr. Vienna, from Port Darlington, 11,000 bush. wheat.
A goodly number of vessels are beginning to lay up for the season. The steamer Magnet will lay up for the season as soon as she finishes the unloading of the Corsican, and the Algerian is now on her last trip down to Montreal. She will lay up in Kingston for the winter. These steamers are taken off several days earlier this year than formerly.
Port Colborne, Nov. 2nd - Down - scow Two Brothers, Port Colborne, Welland, light; schrs. Flora Emma, Buffalo, Toronto, do.; Nevada, Milwaukee, Ogdensburg, wheat; J. Graham, Buffalo, Port Colborne, light.
Up - schrs. L.S. Hammond, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Lady McDonald, Belleville, Buffalo, barley; J.E. Gillmore, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; tug Mary, Port Colborne, Manitou Island.
At Elevator - schr. Graham.
In Harbour - schr. J.E. Gillmore.