p.2 Port Colborne, Oct. 15th - Down - schrs. Republic, Milwaukee, Watertown, wheat; Elgin, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; Lady Dufferin, do.; C.G. Mixer, do., Oswego, do.; E.H. Rutherford, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; W.B. Phelps, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; P. White, Ashtabula, Welland, coal; D. Freeman, Leamington, St. Catharines, wheat; Maria, Pt. Huron, Alcott, lumber; Jane Ralston, Canton.
Up - schrs. C. Ames, Oswego, Detroit, salt; E.M. Davidson, Cape Vincent, Cleveland, iron ore; F.D. Barker, Kingston, do.; Watertown, do.; Grace Whitney, Ogdensburg, do.; Blazing Star, Oswego, Detroit, light; S.B. Conklin, Toronto, Vermillion, do.; Mary Grover, Whitby, Erie, barley; E. Bates, Fairhaven, Toledo, coal.
The steam yacht Marquis of Lorne has returned to Kingston from the upper Bay route.
The Harbor - Jones & Miller report - prop. Argyle, Batcherward Bay, with 45,000 ft. lumber; schr. Clara Youell, Toledo, with 15,000 bush. wheat. The other arrivals were: steam barge Lincoln, 16,124 bush. wheat, Milwaukee; barge Lisgar, 2,000 bush. wheat, do.; tug Jessie Hall with three barges.
-ad - Canadian Navigation Co. - Change of Time - Royal Mail & Express Line of Steamers - with schedule.
p.3 Quick Trip - Tbe schooner Fanny Campbell made the run from Detroit to Kingston, unloaded a cargo of wheat, and returned inside of 12 days.
The Mail Steamers - Two of the steamers of the Canadian Navigation Co., the Algerian and Passport, have been laid up below, and the Spartan will also at once cease running. The Corsican, Magnet and Corinthian will form a tri-weekly line between Montreal and Hamilton till the close of navigation, sufficient accommodation for the business offering.