p.2 The Port Abolished - Cape Vincent to be sub-port of the Ogdensburg district, history and list of all collectors from its beginning in 1818.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The schooner Julia B. Merrill loaded with feldspar, cleared for Charlotte.
The schooner J.B. Kitchen cleared on Friday for Oswego.
Frank Trussell has taken a position as first mate on the schooner Julia B. Merrill.
The steamer Donnacona passed up on her way west.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: tug Emerson cleared for Montreal with three grain barges; tug Hall from Montreal, two light barges; steamer Canadian, grain-laden from Fort William, lightered 4,000 bushels of wheat and cleared for Montreal.
The Donnelly Salvage and Wrecking company completed on Friday the patching of the schooner Winnie Wing, which was sunk in a collision near Napanee about two weeks ago. The pumping out will commence on Saturday.
The steamers Toronto and Rochester were down and up on Friday.
The steamer Aletha is at Swift's for repairs to a broken shaft.
The steamer City of Ottawa went west on Friday morning.
The Shipbuilding company expexts to release the steamer C.G.S Dollard for Montreal before the end of the week. The steamer Turret Crown is undergoing minor repairs at the wharf, and the steamer Lloyds (sic) Porter will be floated from the dock on Friday night.
The Davis Drydock has been undergoing repairs, and the leak which was under the gate has been stopped. The dock is now ready for repair work of vessels and the barge John S. Parsons, owned by the People's Milling company of Chaumont will be going into the dock in a couple of days to undergo extensive repairs.
The new tug Sechum, owned by William Nichols of New York, which was built by the Davis Drydock company, and the houseboat Wenona, left this morning for a trip up the Rideau. Mr. Nichols will meet the boat next Tuesday at Jones' Falls.