The steamer Idler is now the property of O.G. Staples, Alexandria Bay.
The schooner J.B. Kitchen is at the penitentiary with coal from Charlotte.
The Visger line begin their season on Saturday between river points and Kingston.
Crawford's: The steamer Missisquoi from Rockport yesterday; schooner Acacia cleared for Fair Haven.
Swift's: steamers Picton from Montreal; Belleville up yesterday; Toronto down and up; Rapids King, for Toronto.
The steamer Argyle was towed, last evening, from her winter quarters at Portsmouth to the dry-dock. Her hull will be repainted before she enters upon her seasons's work.
M.T. Co.: Steamer Iroquois from Fort William with 100,000 bushels of wheat; tug Emerson and two pulpwood barges from Montreal; steamer Advance en route from Montreal to Fort William; tug Emerson with two grain barges cleared for Montreal; tug Bronson with two light barges from Montreal.
Incidents of the Day - The steamer Navajo is at Richardson's with a cargo of packet goods from Gananoque.
The steamer St. Lawrence brought members of the New York Sunday School Association up from Clayton, this morning, on their annual outing.
p.6 Wolfe Island Council - June 5th - Moved, Keyes-Flynn, that the following steamboat accounts be paid: C.E. Cummings, 1 month, captain, $50; T. O'Reilly, 40 days, engineer, $75.79; D. Pike, 31 days, mate, $41.33; Joseph McGrath, 31 days, deck hand, $20.67; R. Bustard, 31 days, deck hand, $20.66; Mrs. Hagarty, 31 days, cook, $20.66; P. McDermott, 11 days, extra, $11; G. Keegan, 31 days, purser, $31; R. Berry, 31 days, fireman, $36.16; G. Keegan, 802 meals, $96.24; W.B. Card, amount of account, $12.60; James Swift & Co., coal and boy, $205.72; John Friend & Son, paint, etc., $62.35.