p.1 A Canal Superintendent Dead - Cornwall, Oct. 4th - D.A. McDonell, 51 years superintendent of Cornwall canal
The sloop Volunteer cleared to-day for Clayton with lumber.
The steamer Pierrepont made her weekly Gananoque trip to-day.
The steamer Ocean, from Montreal, called at Craig's wharf this morning.
At Richardsons' elevator: Schooners Maggie L., Idlewild and Madcap, from bay ports.
The schooner Katie Eccles, from Cobourg, discharged grain at Mooers' elevator to-day.
The tug Nellie Reid and grain laden barge cleared to-day from Richardsons' elevator for Montreal.
The S.S. Rosemount and consorts, from Chicago, will arrive at the M.T. company elevator tomorrow.
The harbor has not been so quiet since last spring as it is this week. Few vessels are moving, even small grain carriers.
The cruising yacht Alene, owned by George W. Davis, New York, was hauled out of the water to-day at Davis' shipyard. A house will be built around it.
G.H. Phillips, passenger agent of the Rapid transit company, Ogdensburg, was in the city yesterday. He stated that next summer his company would inaugurate a daily service between Ogdensburg and Kingston.
p.5 Goderich Notes - Oct. 2nd - The Myles, light from Kingston, left on Sunday with 40 tons of hay and 1,400 bushels of oats for Fort William. The Advance came in on Sunday, from Fort William, with 4,500 bushels of wheat for Richardsons' elevator.