The schooner Ford River will load feldspar at Richardson's for Charlotte.
The schooner Acacia will clear from Booth's today, for Sodus, to load coal.
The government tug Speedy was here yesterday, on her way from Toronto to Montreal.
The steamer Midland Queen, from Fort William, is expected at Richardson's tomorrow, with 75,000 bushels of wheat.
A fine model of the steamer Glenmount, the new steamer of the M.T. company, has been received at the company's office here.
Work on the new wharf at Richardson's which has been delayed for some time, was resumed today, and will be rushed along. The delay was caused by the non-arrival of rails.
M.T. Co.: The steamer John Sharples arrived from Chicago with 82,500 bushels of corn and cleared for Cleveland; the tug Mary P. Hall arrived from Montreal with four light barges, and cleared for Montreal with two grain barges; the steamer Glenmount cleared for Fort William.
Swift's: steamer Toronto down and up; steamer Dundurn going east; steamer North King from Charlotte and return; steamer Belleville down.
The steamer Pierrepont was used on the Cape Vincent trip this afternoon, as the steamer America was chartered by some of the officers of the camp, for an excursion among the Thousand Islands.
Made A Settlement.
Capt. Randall, of the steambarge Randall, which collided with George H. Hammond's yacht, Vonieta, a few days ago, had a conference with Mr. Hammond, and made a satisfactory settlement. The yacht has been repaired and fitted out, and will be launched in a few days.
p.3 Steamer Belleville Detained - The steamer Belleville was detained in the Lachine canal for several hours, owing to a slight mishap to her propelling machinery, and was, therefore, unable to leave Montreal on scheduled time. As a result, she ran foul of the Sunday clearing law and was unable to clear until Monday morning. The company decided to cancel this week's trip altogether, and the Belleville will remain in Montreal until she is due to sail from that port on her next regular trip.