p.3 Marine - Arrivals at Swift's - Steamer Spartan, from Hamilton; propeller Armenia, from Toronto; Prussia, from Montreal; Armenia from Picton, and D.C. West from Westport.
At the Montreal Transportation Co. - Schrs. Mary Copley, from Chicago, 17,300 bush wheat; M.T. Murak, do, 20,000 bush wheat; Riverside, Milwaukee, 18,000 bush wheat; Edward Blake, Chicago, 20,887 bush wheat; Martin, do, 19,319 bush corn. The M.T. Company is getting the run of business just now.
-The schr. Singapore loads wheat at Pigeon Bay for Kingston.
Toledo - The Two Friends takes 19,500 bush of wheat to Kingston at four cents.
-The steamer Norseman from Port Hope had three feet of water in her hold when she reached Charlotte after the gale.
-The schooner Star, reported wrecked at Charlotte, was built at Mill Point by Wm. Jamieson in 1873. She was owned by Williamson and others of Mill Point and valued at $7,500.
-The receipts of barley from Canada at Oswego since harvest to date have been 1,646,964 bushels, and for the last year, 1,832,092 bushels. Deficiency this season, 185,128 bushels.