p.2 A Sailor Was Robbed - on Swift's wharf Thursday night.
p.3 Rushing Welland Canal Contracts - Ottawa, Sept. 26th - Tenders will be called for another section of Welland canal shortly. Sections one and three are already under contract, and section two was called for on Monday. It is expected that before winter the entire work will be under contract.
IN MARINE CIRCLES
The schooner St. Louis, from Charlotte, is unloading coal at the Montreal Transportation company's elevator.
The schooners Katie Eccles, Abbie L. Andrews and steambarge Jeska arrived from Charlotte with coal, and are unloading at Crawford's wharf.
The sloop Ariadne cleared for Rideau canal ports.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: tug Glyde (Glide) from Montreal, three light barges; steamer Noble from Duluth, with grain; steamers Tagona and Fairmount, grain-laden, from Fort William, will arrive tonight; tug Bartlett, from Montreal, two light barges, cleared with barges Melrose and Dunmore for Port Colborne to load grain for Montreal.
It now turns out that the chain and anchor lost from the steambarge N.D. Marshall early in the season is still lying somewhere on the bottom of the river in the vicinity of Big Island. The crew of the steamer Bigelow, and Frank Keating of Chicago, chief engineer of the company owning the Marshall, thought they had secured the chain by grappling and Diver Delaney, of Ogdensburg, was sent for. The diver went down and found that the grappler had caught on a ledge of rock. He also searched on the bottom in fifty feet of water, but could not find the missing articles. A standing reward of $100 is made to the party or parties who can locate the chain.
The steamer Hamilton went west on Friday morning.
The steamer Westport cleared up the Rideau on Friday, after returning from Cape Vincent, N.Y., where she unloaded lumber from Ottawa.