The schooner W.J. Suffle will clear for Oswego, to load coal.
The steamer Cornwall, that took the place of the ill-fated steamer Picton, made her first trip up this morning.
Arrivals at Prescott elevator during past week: Pueblo, 51,500 bushels corn; Omaha, 50,500 corn; Keefe, 76,000 wheat; Davidson, 76,000 wheat.
Swift's: steamer Hamilton up last night; steamer Neepawah up last night, from Montreal to Fort William; steamer Aletha, from bay points.
Richardsons' elevator: steamer Algonquin from Fort William, with 70,000 bushels of wheat; steamer Morley from Chicago with 68,400 bushels of corn; steamer Ralph J. Hulscomb, of Oswego, loading oats for Quebec.
M.T. elevator: tug Mary P. Hall from Montreal with three light barges, cleared for Montreal with three grain-laden barges; tug Benson from Montreal with three light barges; tug Bronson will go into dry dock for repairs.
p.5 New Lifeboat For Cobourg - Cobourg, Oct. 4th - F. Gourdeau, deputy minister of marine and fisheries has notified Capt. D. Rooney, captain of the Cobourg life crew, that a tender has been accepted for the construction of a lifeboat for Cobourg station. The builder will be Mr. Doherty, Collingwood, who will construct the boat and deliver it at Cobourg.
p.6 Gananoque, Oct. 4th - The coal schooners Theodore Voges and Briton both pulled into the creek, yesterday morning, the former to Robertson's, the latter to Gillies.