The steam barge Kenirving cleared for Oswego today.
The government steamer Scout went up the lake this morning.
The steamer Ida E. is unloading coal from Oswego at Anglin's.
The schooner Cornelia cleared for Oswego today to load coal.
The steamer Parthia was loading withs at the Kingston and Pembroke wharf today.
The barge Ungava is unloading 106,000 bushels of oats at Richardsons', from Fort William.
The steamer Omaha arrived at Richardsons' elevator today with 50,000 bushels of corn from Oswego.
The barge Hiawatha was loaded with 30,000 bushels oats and 10,000 bushels corn, and the barge Thrush with 40,000 bushels oats and 20,000 bushels of corn, at Richardsons' for Montreal.
M.T. Co.: steamer Fairmount from Fort William, with 80,000 bushelswheat; Rosemount passed down Tuesday night to Montreal with wheat; tug Thomson from Montreal, with four light barges; tug Bronson cleared for Montreal with three grain barges.
Swift's: steamer Regina, of the Canadian freight line, up today; steamer Dundurn up tonight; steamer Rideau King, from Ottawa tonight; schooner Keewatin cleared for Oswego today; schooner Kitchen due from Oswego with coal; steamer Aletha from bay points.
Death Of Capt. W. Manson.
One of Port Hope's most highly respected citizens, Capt. William Manson, passed away, Tuesday morning, after a lengthy illness from paralysis of the stomach. The "genial captain," as he was called, had been a resident of Port Hope for sixty years, and was held in the hightest esteem. A widow, one daughter at home, and two sons, Percy, Port Hope, and George of Rochester, N.Y. survive. He was an uncle of Mrs. O.J. Hickey, Earl street, Kingston.