The schooner Metzner has cleared for Oswego, to load coal for Sowards.
Swift's: steamer Hamilton up this morning; steamer Rideau King from Ottawa this evening.
Several cars of feldspar arrived from the Bedford mines, and the work of loading the schooner Kitchen was commenced at Richardson's today.
The steamer Midland Queen is expected to arrive here in a few days, from Fort William, with grain for Richardson's. She has on board 130,000 bushels of oats, and 15,000 bushels of wheat.
M.T. company: The schooner Acacia has arrived with coal, from Charlotte; the steamer Rosemount, light from Prescott; the tug Mary P. Hall from Montreal with four light barges; she will clear for Montreal with four grain barges.
At Chaffey's Locks - The steamer Westport is here, unloading fifty thousand feet of lumber and fixings, to be used here in new buildings this summer.
p.5 Personsal Mention - Capt. Joseph Dix, of the schooner W.J. Suffel, is confined to his home. While at Charlotte the other day he scratched his hand, and blood poisoning developed later.
p.8 Incidents of the Day - Capt. Norman Hinckley is in the city today, from Cape Vincent. He brought over the large houseboat belonging to Mr. Maxwell of New York, in order that it might enter Davis' dry dock for repairs.