p.2 Excursion To Alexandria Bay - 200 people on str. Maud to see yacht races - description; second class yacht race entrants: Zitella and Emma of Kingston, Surprise and Peerless of Belleville, Faith and Nettie C. of Ogdensburg, Sleepy Canadian of Brockville, Troubler of Chaumont Bay.
J. Swift's - strs. Armenia, from Picton; Corinthian, from Hamilton; Passport from Montreal; Oswego Belle, from Belleville; Kincardine, Oswego, and props. Calabria and Africa from Montreal.
Montreal Transportation Co. - tug Bronson arrived from Montreal with barges Wheatbin, Iroquois, Cherokee and Dalhousie, and the Glide arrived from Oswego with barges Cleveland and Cayuga, 1,100 tons of coal; tug Bronson left with barges Harvest, 16,250 bush. wheat; McCarthy, 15,776 bush. corn; Dauntless, 19,888 bush. wheat; Corncrib, 18,010 bush. wheat; Colborne, 25,567 bush. oats; Toledo, 20,533 bush. oats; Cayuga, 540 tons coal and Cleveland 568 tons coal.
Port Colborne, Aug. 4th - Up - schrs. Montgomery, Clayton, Chicago, light; Wm. Howe, Clayton, Chicago, light; Wawanosh, Kingston, Sarnia, light; Victor, Hamilton, Black River, light; E. Murton, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; Guiding Star, Oswego, Detroit, light; Heather Belle, Oswego, Goderich, light; M.F. Merrick, Clayton, Port Huron, light; Mont Blanc, Kingston, Detroit, light; Bismarck, Kingston, Bay City, light; prop. Oswegatchie, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; Armenia, Montreal, Toledo, gen. cargo.
Down - prop. Lake Ontario, Duluth, Montreal, gen. cargo; schr. R. Morewood, Black River, Toronto, coal; Canton, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Jennie White, Toledo, Kingston, corn.
In harbour - schrs. Russian, David Shap (sic).