p.3 W.W. - locomotive on sch. Rathbun.
M.T. Co. - The tug Glide arrived from Montreal with five barges light, and left with the following barges: Montreal, 19,000 bus of wheat and corn; Toledo, 21,080 bus of wheat; Lancaster, 15,897 bush of corn.
Swifts - The props Dromedary and Prussia passed up from Montreal. The steamer Water Lily arrived from Montreal, and the prop. Kincardine from Oswego.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Co. - The schr. North Star arrived from Toronto with 9,900 bushels of wheat.
A telegram from Goderich states that the schooner Mary Ann, (belonging to Mr. I.H. Radford, Wolfe Island) was ashore and going to pieces. The vessel, we are informed, is uninsured.
Garden Island: Schr. Oriental, Sault Ste. Marie, timber; schr. Mary Tyrconnell, staves.
Departures: Schr. Denmark, Toledo, light; str. H.A. Calvin left with a tow of barges for Montreal.