ROCHESTER, OSWEGO, KINGSTON
AND ALEXANDRIA BAY.
THE NEW FAST STEEL STEAMER ARUNDELL will leave Kingston for Oswego and Rochester every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 9:40 a.m., connecting at Oswego with the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R.R. for Syracuse, New York and all interior points.
Returning from Rochester and Oswego she will leave Kingston for Clayton and Alexandria Bay every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 o'clock p.m.
For tickets and further information apply to JAMES SWIFT & CO.,
St. Lawrence Wharf.
STR. "NORTH KING"
Leaves Kingston 2 a.m., Thursday, 1st July.
Arrives Charlotte 8 a.m.
Leaves Charlotte 7:45 p.m., July 1st.
Arrives Kingston 2 a.m., July 2nd.
12 HOURS IN THE FLOWER CITY.
Fare $1.25. Round Trip.
Tickets will be sold good to return Saturday, July 3rd, for $2.
J.P. Gildersleeve, Agent. J.P. Hanley, Agent.
Engage your stateroom at Hanley's.
The schooner Acacia has arrived from Oswego with a cargo of coal for Swift & Co.
The schooner Pilot, Napanee, is at Richardson & Sons' elevator with 2,800 bushels of oats.
The schooner Jamieson, Pelee Island, is at Richardson & Sons' elevator with 8,500 bushels of corn.
The sloop Maggie L., Howe Island, is discharging 2,000 bushels of oats at Richardson & Sons' elevator.
The sloop Madcap, Collins Bay, arrived this morning with 1,800 bushels of oats, consigned to Richardson & Sons.
The tug Thompson, towing the barge Melrose with 1,400 tons of coal, arrived this morning from Charlotte for the M.T. company.
The schooner Fleetwing has arrived at Swift's wharf with a cargo of coal from Charlotte, N.Y. She is being unloaded at Swift & Co.'s steam hoist.
THE ARUNDELL'S FIRST TRIP.
The new steamer Arundell reached this port last evening on her initial trip from Charlotte. She will run, throughout the present season, between Charlotte and Kingston. The new vessel measures 176 feet over all, with a twenty-seven foot beam. Her hull is of iron, and she is equipped with a four and a half compound engine (sic). Her speed is about fifteen miles an hour and she has a carrying capacity of 650 passengers. The lower deck is used for freight storage, and she carried a large cargo on her first trip. She is commanded by Capt. J.J. Stover, of Detroit; her first engineer is C. McCarten; purser, E. Wells; steward, W. Putnam; pilot, Capt. Daniels, of Scriba. Her crew, including officers, numbers twenty-four men. Among her passengers last night were R. Maxwell, general freight and passenger agent, and Capt. Cole, vice-president, and a director of the company. The latter was accompanied by his family.