p.1 Yachting at Longeuil - Waterwitch built by H. Cunningham. [Star]
p.3 The steamer Geneva, which has been running in connection with the M. & O. & W.R.R. was taken by her former owners, the Messrs. Folger, of Kingston, on Saturday night, and sent to Kingston. The cause for this action is said to be the non-payment of money due to them by Capt. Belcourt. It is said a new boat will be placed on the route at once.
Port Colborne, June 26th - Up - schrs. H. Rooney, Kingston to Toledo, light; Queen of the Lakes, Toronto to Black River, light; Tom Simms, Ogdensburg to Cleveland, iron ore; Lincoln Doll ?, Ogdensburg to Cleveland, iron ore; Nettie Woodward, Toronto to Buffalo, light; John Magee, Oswego to Chicago, coal; Hercules of Port Burwell, light; H. Folger, Clayton to Munising, hay; M.J. Wilcox, Clayton to Alpena, light.
Down - schrs. Huron, Point Pelee to Thorold, stone; F. Carveth, Black River to Brockville, coal; London, Bay City to Kingston, timber; M. Caperon, Toledo to Oswego, wheat and corn; Cascade, Toledo to Oswego, grain; Trade Wind, Black River to Toronto, coal; Baltic, Sandusky to Toronto, coal; Mary Merritt, Bay City to Collins Bay, timber; China, Bay City to Kingston, timber; Mary of St. Catharines, Erie to Port Robinson, coal; Dauntless, Erie to Port Colborne, coal; Cossack, Black River to Brockville, coal; props. Scotia, Toledo to Montreal, corn; Acadia, Toledo to Montreal, corn; ?, Cleveland to Montreal, corn; Cleveland, Chicago to Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; O.J. Hale, Chicago to Kingston, barley.
Schr. Cossack, that went ashore at Morgan's Point yesterday morning, was got off this afternoon without much damage; vessel leaking very little. They had to throw part of her cargo of coal overboard.
p.4 A Tidal Wave [Oswego Palladium]