p.2 To Sell The Kathleen - The eighteen-rater Kathleen is to be put up for sale by tender. The sale will be made in the next few days. It is to be hoped that the speedy craft will remain in Kingston. The Kathleen has not been yet fully tried out. She is considered to be the speediest boat of her class on the lakes.
The schooner Acacia cleared for Sodus, to load coal for R. Crawford.
The steambarge Navajo left Hamilton with a cargo of steel for Montreal.
The schooner Straubenzie is unloading coal from Sodus at the Locomotive works.
The steamer Midland Queen is on her way from Fort William with grain for Richardsons'.
The schooner W.J. Suffel cleared for Oswego, and will take on a cargo of coal for R. Crawford.
The schooner Bertha Kalkins will take a cargo of feldspar from Richardson's to Charlotte.
Capt. T.M. Hough, of the steamer Ogdensburg, of the Rutland line, is seriously ill at Ogdensburg hospital.
The steamer Rideau Queen had to lay in Clayton all night, on account of the fog, and was three hours late leaving here for Ottawa.
The steamer Argyle, running out of Buffalo, to Crystal Beach, all summer, has arrived at the long pier, at Portsmouth, to lay up for the winter.
While entering the channel at Cardinal, the barge Annie Minch broke and grounded at the foot of Galoup Rapids. The tug Proctor has gone to assist in releasing the vessel.
The steamer New Westminster has been tied up at Alexandria Bay, N.Y., for carrying more passengers than allowed by law. The authorities say she is liable to a fine of $3,500.
Swift's: steamer Belleville down last night; steamer Picton up today; steamer Aletha from Bay points today; steamer Rideau Queen, last trip today; steamer Kingston down and up today; schooner Clara from Sodus with coal.
M.T. Co. elevator: steamer Wahcondah from Fort William with 70,000 bushels of wheat; steamer James Keefe, from Duluth, with 79,800 bushels of flaxseed; tug Mary P. Hall from Montreal with one light barge, cleared light for Oswego.