THE VESSEL RELEASED.
Steamer Marshall Was Ashore at Main Ducks.
The Donnelly Wrecking company succeeded yesterday in releasing the steamer Marshall, which had run ashore at the Main Ducks on Sunday. The vessel was on two feet forward and one foot aft. About 150 tons of her cargo of 1,100 tons were removed to the lighterer Grantham. Then the steamer Donnelly was able to pull her off, and towed her to the foot of Wolfe Island, whence the Marshall proceeded to Brockville, under her own steam. She was leaking but little. When her cargo is discharged she will come to the Kingston dry dock for repairs. The Marshall is owned by the Central Canada Coal company, of Brockville.
The steamer Cuba passed up yesterday afternoon.
Swift's wharf: steamer Toronto down and up today.
The schooner Luff is loading feldspar at Richardsons' wharf.
Messrs. Thompson and Davis, Kingston, are in Brockville, inspecting boats.
The S.S. Toronto is scheduled to carry 904 passengers and the steamer Kingston 720 passengers.
M.T. company wharf: steamer Turret Crown from Fort William with 70,000 bushels of wheat.
Crawford's wharf: schooner Tradewind cleared for Fairhaven; schooner Annandale from Fairhaven with coal.
The bids for dredging in Ogdensburg harbor were opened in Oswego and the contract awarded to the Daly & Hannan company. About $15,000 will be expended.
p.5 Picton, June 19th - After a week of inactivity about the wharves the harbor seems fairly alive with craft of all descriptions. Thursday the Niagara fairly commenced the excursion season with a moonlight to Deseronto. Over four hundred were on board. The Niagara is under the command of Capt. Skillen, mate E. Brooks; engineers, Charles McWilliams, Kingston, and F. Patterson; purser F. Smith. Schooner F.H. Burton is unloading coal for Lake & Killop. Sloop Madcap with brick for Metropolitan Bank. Steambarge Aberdeen is unloading soft coal for Hepburn. Schooner Annie Minnes is unloading coal at Hepburn's wharf. Sloop Maggie L. with building stone, at old Gildersleeve wharf.