p.3 Afloat - str. Spartan taken off shoal near Lachine to Taits' dry dock, Passport's engine has been taken to pieces.
W.W. - the R.M. steamers Corinthian, Passport and Spartan are now laid up at Montreal.
Marine Notes - Sailors' wages are down, fixed at $2 a day - out west.
-The schooner Sligo is ashore at St. Helena Island, Michigan.
Swift's - prop. Prussia from Toronto and str. Corsican from Hamilton.
Montreal Transportation Company: schr. Two Friends, Toledo, 19,500 bush corn.
- Chicago charters to Kingston - Schr. Jennie Graham, wheat at 6 cents; Clayton Belle, wheat at 6 1/2 cents.
-The tug John Bright, which has been sunk opposite Belleville for the last year is to be raised, taken to Mill Point, and repaired.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Company - prop. Clinton from Chicago, 15,000 bush wheat; schr. Clyde, do, 15,100 bush wheat.
-The Chicago Inter-Ocean tells a good one: A day or two ago, during a storm, while the schooner T.Y. Avery was off the Manitous, a great sea washed Captain Clelland overboard, and in an instant another sea washed him back on deck again. His escape was a narrow one.
-Capt. Porte, of the Utica, and Mr. George Anderson, of Ameliasburg, intend starting a new ferry next spring. The termini will be the cheese factory on the Prince Edward side, and the cemetery on the north shore. A new steamer for the service is in course of construction at Trenton.