The schr. Ella Murton will get away to Oswego today.
L.B. Spencer has painted the steamyacht Wherenow white this year.
The schr. Loretta Rooney arrived at Booth & Co's dock this morning with coal from Oswego.
The men employed on Connolly's dredge were obliged to knock off today on account of the rain.
The prop. Baltic and barge Mystic are on their way down from the upper lakes for the M.T. Co.
The schr. Straubenzie will arrive down from Buffalo tomorrow with 25,000 bushels of wheat for Richardson & Sons.
The str. Campana has arrived at Montreal in good order. She will enter the dry dock at once and be rivetted together again. Mr. Lesslie made a successful job out of the contract.
Called at Craig & Co's wharf: Str. Alexandria, Montreal to Charlotte; str. Ocean, Hamilton to Montreal; str. Cuba, Toledo to Montreal; str. Acadia, Windsor to Montreal.
The str. Spartan left for Toronto yesterday afternoon on her first trip. The Spartan has been elegantly fixed out during the winter, a magnificent electrical plant having been furnished here.
Port Colborne - Passed down: Strs. John Rugee, Chicago to Ogdensburg, oats; Josephine, Chicago to Ogdensburg, corn; Omaha, Chicago to Kingston, corn; schrs. T.L. Parker, Chicago to Kingston, corn; Sir C.T. VanStraubenzie, Buffalo to Kingston, wheat. Passed up: W.L. Frost, Ogdensburg to Chicago, general cargo.
The Jack's Sad State
H.A. Calvin has received word that the steambarge Jack was towed into Presqu'Isle by a tug. The barge is down to her decks forward and drawing twenty-four feet aft. It is hard to tell the real extent of the damage. However, the Jack was so staunch that marine men do not believe the report that her bow was completely ruined. It is thought the bow is badly split. Mr. Calvin's intention is to have the barge patched up at Presqu'Isle, so that she may be able to come down to Kingston under her own steam. The general repairs will be done to her at the company's ship yard on Garden Island.
St. Mary's Falls Canal - Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., June 2nd - last month had greatest month's business ever.