Prop California, Chicago, St. L. & C.F. Co., 5,302 bush. wheat.
Schr. W.R. Taylor, Toledo, K. & M.F. Co., 25,090 bush. corn.
Barque Arabia, Chicago, St. L. & C.F. Co., 19,208 bush. corn.
Buffalo, Nov. 1th - The schooner C.G. Breed, from Detroit with wheat, capsized and foundered on Friday, eighty miles east of Point aux Pelee. The crew, consisting of the captain and seven men, are all supposed to be lost, excepting Frank Davis and David McCallister, of Port Colborne. The schooner was commanded by Capt. Rose, of Detroit, with James Smith, of Buffalo, as mate.....
The barque Arabia, in tow of the tug Chieftain, arrived at noon yesterday, and is being unloaded at the St. Lawrence and Chicago Forwarding Co. wharf. She looks pretty well battered up. Owing to the rough weather she had to run back from Toronto to Niagara. Her cargo of 19,400 bush. corn is uninjured. One of the hands reports that in the gale in which the vessel was dismasted, her steering gear was damaged, and she had great difficulty in getting into port. The men were pretty much frightened at the prospect before them, but none of them were injured.
The schooner Dauntless, loaded with stone for Charlotte, is ashore on Snake Island Shoal. The tug Metamora is working at her, but so far has not got her off.
Port Colborne, Nov. 15th -