The steamer Hamilton will be in at Swift's tonight.
The tug Jessie Hall cleared for Montreal with three barges.
The schooner Clara has arrived at Swift's with coal from Sodus.
The steamer Kingston touched at Swift's wharf on her trip down today.
The steamer Stranger will make her regular trip to Smith's Falls tomorrow morning.
The steambarge Waterlily and the steamer Alexandria were at Craig's wharf yesterday.
The steamer Glengarry with two barges is expected in today, at Richardsons', from Oswego to load grain for Quebec.
The tug Emerson arrived today from Montreal, with three barges, and cleared again for Oswego, and Charlotte, with the same number.
p.5 Little Damage - Detroit, Sept. 18th - Underwriter's Representative Sinclair, who inspected the Canadian steamer Rosemount, after her stranding last week, twelve miles from Detour, Mich., says he considers the Rosemount the least damaged of any steel ship that ever struck the rocks as hard as she did. "The Rosemount went on in smoke, and ran three feet out, but only two rivets were pulled out and the diver reported that the indentations in her bottom were very slight." The lighter Recluse took off seven hundred tons of the Rosemount's hard coal cargo, which was reloaded at the Soo after which she proceeded to Port Arthur. An air compressor and a six inch syphon was placed on board at the Soo.
p.8 Missisquoi Ran On Rocks - on Jack Straw Lighthouse shoal near Gananoque, resting easy; purchased recently at Sorel, Que. by the Rockport Navigation company.