p.2 Marine Notes
J. Swift's Wharf - Arrived - strs. Corsican from Hamilton, Algerian from Montreal; Spartan from Hamilton; Passport from Montreal; Kincardine from Belleville, Oswego Belle from Oswego; props. Persia from Montreal, Shickluna from Toronto, Lake Ontario left for Duluth.
Montreal Transportation Company - Arrived - schrs. J.R. Noyes from Chicago, 19,400 bush. corn; Orient, do., 20,082 bush. corn; Sam Cook, do., 18,000 bush. wheat; Cleveland, do., 16,266 bush. corn; Cheney Ames, do., 19,291 bush. corn; Delos de Wolfe, do., 18,009 bush. corn; John Magee, do., 18,112 bush. corn; Monguagon, do., 19,000 bush. corn; Hattie Wells, do., 19,000 bush. corn; Hartford, do., 19,231 bush. corn; Williams from Toledo, 26,068 bush. oats. Tug Elfin from Montreal with barges Chicago and Corncrib light, and left with barges Wheatbin 18,000 bush. wheat; St. Lawrence, 9,917 bush. corn; Relief, 1,167 bush. corn; and Montreal, 20,083 bush. corn.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - Arrived - schrs. Persia from Toronto, 12,000 bush. wheat; Dauntless, do., 9,657 bush. wheat; Surprise from Chicago, 13,890 bush. wheat; barge Lion from Montreal, 384 steel rails, 20 bdls. of steel, 36 bdls. sheet iron, and 30 loose sheet iron.
Port Colborne, June 17th - The following vessels passed through the canal: Wm. Elgin, Kincardine, Kingston, wheat; Norway, Garden Island, timber; F.J. King, Garden Island, timber.
Another Moonlight and Cheap Excursion to Cape Vincent - with Battery Band - on str. Maud, leaving at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Folger Bros. June 19th