p.2 Port Colborne, Oct. 20th - Down - schr. Ariel, Toledo, Kingston, wheat; New Dominion, Chicago, do., do.; Gulnair, do., do., do.; Northumberland, Kincardine, do., do.; T.R. Merritt, Chicago, do., do.
Up - schrs. Montpelier, Oswego, Chicago, r r iron; E. Blake, Hamilton, do., barley; Senator Blood, Oswego, Toledo, coal; Jennie Matthews, do., Chicago, wheat; Clayton Belle, do., do., do.; Madeira, do., do., do.; Star of Hope, Rochester, Sandusky, coal; steambarge Glasgow and barges, Ogdensburg, Detroit, light; schr. L. Latley, Rochester, Toledo, coal.
In Harbour - schrs. Montpelier, Star of Hope, John Magee, Madeira, Jennie Matthews, Clayton Belle, Kate Kelly, Laura, J.R. Noyes, Smith & Post, Senator Blood, L.I. Lamb, props Brooklyn, Cleveland (sunk), Glasgow and tow.
p.3 Fast Sailing - Every week the "fastest sailing on record" crops up. Now the Oswego Times steps up with very quickest on the books. The schooner Vienna, Capt. Campbell, left that port on Saturday at 2 a.m., went to Darlington, took on a cargo of barley, and arrived back at daylight on Sunday morning.
Launch - The Smith's Falls people turned out in strength on Saturday, to witness the launch on the raging Rideau Canal of Mr. Wm. O'Mara's new schooner, christened the Julia by Mrs. O'Mara. It glided into the water as gracefully as a duck into water. She is to be brought to Kingston, and will be completed here for lake service. Dimensions: 90 feet long, 27 feet beam, 8 1/2 feet depth of hold. Success, Julia.
The Harbor - Jas. Swift & Co. report: prop. Georgian, from Port Stanley; prop. Russia, from St. Catharines; prop. Canada, from Hamilton; prop. America from Montreal; schr. B.W. Folger, from Oswego, 252 tons stove coal; schr. Gorman, from Oswego, 112 tons stove coal.
Jones & Millar - schr. Annandale, from Toledo, with 13,007 bushels wheat; barge Mona, with 18,000 bush. wheat, left for Montreal.