p.1 Incidents of the Day - The schr. Ella Murton, which has been repainted and repaired, will clear on Monday for Oswego to load coal for Kingston.
The tug Glide cleared for Montreal today with four barges of grain.
Richardson & Sons are loading 5,000 bushels of peas in the barge Montreal for Montreal.
The schr. Falconer is loading lumber for Oswego at the K. & P. dock. She got off of Davis' dry-dock yesterday.
The steambarge Skylark will be unloaded of 614 tons of coal at Swift's dock by tonight. She goes to Cleveland.
The str. James Swift will be given a trial trip this afternoon. She leaves Swift's dock for Alexandria Bay at one o'clock. The searchlight will be brought into requisition on the route back.
There have been five large grain vessels in at Portsmouth this week, and the shovellers have had a good harvest. The prop. Walter Vail, with barge Baltic, str. Business, str. Atzec, with consort Zapotic, were sent up the lake again.