Craig's wharf: steamer Persia down.
The steambarge King Ben arrived from Montreal with general cargo.
Swift's wharf: steamers Kingston down and up; Rideau Queen from Ottawa; Hamilton from Hamilton.
Richardsons' elevator: sloop Two Brothers from bay ports. Expected today - schooners Katie Eccles from Brighton and Burton from Toronto.
Yesterday, during the gale, the schooner Little Wilfred, (formerly the Kate), carried away her foresail, and ran into Collins Bay for shelter. She has coal for the penitentiary.
M.T. company elevator: tug Thomson from Charlotte with two coal-laden barges, and cleared for Montreal; steamer Glengarry with general cargo, and her consort Minnedosa, laden with railroad iron, clear this evening for Fort William.
Ogdensburg News: Captain Lyon, Ogdensburg, now has the distinction of possessing the fastest yacht in the world. The Carmencita has never been distanced on the St. Lawrence, nor has its records ever been equaled. One of the best runs made by this trim Ogdensburg boat during this season was one of twenty-five miles in one hour and thirteen minutes. It has set a fast pace for the St. Lawrence and the boat builder who succeeds in producing a yacht which will run by the Carmencita will have placed in the water a boat which will win for him a reputation.
p.5 Yacht Club Awards - the yacht club regatta committee presented awards.
Incidents Of The Day - The steamer Ceylon from upper lake ports is unloading timber at Garden Island.