The sloop John A. is in from Seeley's Bay with wood for R. Anglin.
The prop. Ranger arrived in from Chicago this morning with 51,500 bushels of corn.
Two of Tett's barges are here from Bedford Mills with slabs for Breck & Booth.
The survey on the cargoes of the str. Alcona and barge Alta will be concluded today.
Mate Charles, of the prop. Algonquin, says things are in a most deplorable state in Cleveland at present.
Strs. John Duncan and Escanaba, Chicago to Kingston, corn and oats; str. Rosedale, Fort William to Kingston, wheat, passed Port Colborne last night.
The Chicago board of marine writers has adopted the following rates on grain insurance for September, per $100: Kingston and Ogdensburg, 50 cents; Montreal, 60 cents.
From a reliable source it is learned that the barge Mills, belonging to the Hall Co. of Ogdensburg, which foundered off Charlotte in the recent storm, was insured for $15,000.
The cargoes of the prop. Aztec and consort Zapatoc were not seriously affected by the heavy storm encountered. The Zapatac has almost 100 bushels damaged and the Aztec less than that. Both vessels have cleared for the west.