Crawfords: Schooner Clara Youell, from Oswego, with coal.
The steamers Caspian and Toronto made the Thousand Islands trip this morning, each with a good crowd of passengers.
Swift's wharf: steamer Picton down last night; steamer Rideau Queen, to Washburn today; steamer Belleville due up today.
The steamer New Island Wanderer will come up from Clayton, to go in the government dry dock tomorrow, to have her wheel fixed.
M.T. company: tug Bronson and three barges from Montreal; propellor Westmount from Fort William with 8,000 (sic) bushels of wheat, clearing again for up the lakes.
The steamer Aletha went off the Kingston foundry marine railway, yesterday, having had her wheel put on and some general repairs. She now commences her two months' excursion season.
p.6 The tug Alfred W., from Port Arthur, sank at Pie Island, and the crew were thrown into the water, but got hold of a boat and were saved.
p.8 Incidents of the Day - The schooner Maxwell arrived at Rathbun's Grove Inn, today, with coal from Oswego.