p.2 Port Colborne, Oct. 6th - Down - Schr. H.W. Hoag, Toledo, Oswego, wheat.
Up - New Dominion, Toronto, Cleveland, barley; S.D. Hungerford, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Trenton, Allanburg, Toledo, light; bk. Cavalier, Kingston, Bay City, do.; schr. W.B. Phelps, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Murray, Napanee, Erie, barley; Knight Templar, Oswego, Detroit, r.r. iron; Minnie Williams, do., do., do.; Lilly, Hamilton, Pt. Burwell, light; J. Mullen, Charlotte, Sandusky, coal.
p.3 Marine - The schooner T.Y. Avery, which sunk laden with wheat from Lake House Island, some 5 or 6 miles below Clayton, and was raised on Tuesday, is to be brought to Kingston for repairs. The tug Wheeler with a schooner as lighter, left Oswego yesterday, for the Galloup Islands, for the purpose of securing the cargo of lumber of the schooner J.W. Langmuir, which went ashore at the head of the Islands during the late gale. She came from Belleville, and her cargo is consigned to L.A. Card. Oswego. She is insured in the Royal Canadian Insurance Company.
Customs Imports In Bond - Oct. 7th - Str. Kincardine, Oswego, (mixed cargo)
Str. Prussia, Chicago, 4,462 bush. wheat, Jones & Millar.
Schr. White Oak, Charlotte, 50 tons pig iron, Chown & Cunningham; 4 crates peaches, J. Duff.