p.8 Steamer Bermuda Here - The steamer Bermuda, which ran aground near Morrisburg, several days ago, arrived in the city this afternoon, and cleared for Oswego with her cargo of pulpwood. The vessel was not damaged to any great extent, and only a few light repairs were necessary. The Calvin company completed a good job in getting her off. The steamer Bermuda only stayed here long enough to take on supplies.
The steambarge Navajo is loading freight at Montreal for Kingston.
The schooner Bertha Kalkins is unloading coal at the Locomotive works.
The steamer Midland Queen is at Fort William, loading grain for Richardsons'.
The steamer John Ragee, of Ogdensburg, is at the dry dock undergoing repairs.
Richardsons' elevator: sloop Laura D. arrived from Long Island with oats; sloop Maggie L. cleared for Gananoque with wheat and corn.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: tug Mary up with one barge; Nellie Reid up with three barges, and tug Mary P. Hall up with three light barges.
Swift's: steamer Cornwall up yesterday; steamer Dundurn down today; schooner Clara cleared for Sodus; steamer Aletha from bay points today; steamer Niagara with fishing party.
Early this morning, while the schooner Grantham was making a landing at the Kingston and Pembroke wharf, Charles Andre fell overboard. He was rescued by one of his companions, who jumped in after him. Mr. Andre was in grave danger for a few moments, as he fell in between the boat and the dock, and had the boat swung in the life would have been crushed out of his body.