Craig's wharf: steamer Alexandria down last night.
The schooner Clara Youell arrived at Swift's wharf last night with coal from Charlotte.
Richardsons' elevator: S.S. Fairmount and barge Hamilton, due today from Fort William with 125,000 bushels of wood; schooner Highland Beauty, from Trenton, with wheat and Granger, from Bath, with oats.
p.5 The Tug Is Safe - A story sent out from Oswego, N.Y., on Monday night expressed fears for the tug Emerson, Capt. James Murray of Kingston, and its consort, the Dunsmore, which left Oswego for Charlotte just before the storm broke on Saturday. The tug is all right. At noon L.L. Henderson, manager of the Montreal Transportation company, received word from her captain that he was still held at Sodus Point, N.Y.
Incidents of the Day - The Donnelly wrecking outfit is at Ogdensburg and at work on the sunken steamer Armstrong. The steel rails are being taken off and over half of the load has been raised. The tug Donnelly is equipped with three pumps.