p.2 Port Colborne, Oct. 26th - Down - schr. Undine, Cleveland, Hamilton, coal; steam barge D.R. Vanallen, Toledo, Montreal, coal; schrs. Havana, Chicago, Oswego, wheat; Florida, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; O. Mitchell, do., do., do.; Orient, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Telegraph, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; steam barge Abercorn, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; schrs. Erie Belle, Chicago, Kingston, wheat; L.S. Hammond, Milwaukee, Cape Vincent, wheat; C. Ames, Detroit, Oswego, wheat; Craftsman, Parry Sound, St. Catharines, lumber; Wacousta, Cleveland, Toronto, gen. cargo; J.E. Woodruff, Goderich, St. Catharines, salt; W. Grant, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; prop. City of St. Catharines, Milwaukee, Montreal, wheat; schrs. W.H. Hoag, Toledo, Oswego, wheat; Casey, Toledo, Ogdensburg, wheat; Grace Whitney, Toledo, Ogdensburg, lumber; Pacific, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Starling, do., do., do.
Up: schr. White Cloud, Kingston, Cleveland, iron ore; barge Church, schrs. O.M. Bond; Belle Mitchell, Oswego, Milwaukee, coal; Hattie Howard, Oswego, Toledo, coal; prop. Argyle, Montreal, Windsor, gen. cargo.
Discharged at Elevator - schrs. Manzanilla and Shandon.
p.3 The Harbor - James Swift & Co. - arrived - prop. Celtic from Montreal; str. Picton, from Trenton; str. Corinthian from Hamilton; prop. R.W. Standly from Montreal. The U.S. survey str. Surveyor left for Sacketts Harbor to lay up for the season.
Holcomb & Stewart - arrived - schrs. New Dominion of Port Rowan, from Chicago, 13,400 bush. wheat; Northumberland, from Kincardine, 14,800 bush. wheat. Departures for Montreal: barges Star No. 1, 14,000 bushels peas and wheat, and 800 bbls. apples; Star No. 2, 11,000 bush. wheat and barley; Jet, 23,500 bushels wheat.
The G.C. Trumpff, of Chicago, a freshwater schooner, passed through the Lachine Canal on Saturday, bound from Chicago to Queenston, with a cargo of bones.