p.1 Floating Facts - The steamyacht Lucile was in port this afternoon.
-The tug Bronson left with seven barges for Montreal last night.
-The schr. Belle Mitchell cleared light for Clayton this morning.
-The American yacht Wenona is still lying at anchor in the harbor.
-The prop. Cuba lightened 5,800 bushels of corn at the M.T. Company.
-The schr. Grantham has been stripped of her sails. She is now lying at the iron ore dock.
-John Davidson, of Chicago, has purchased the outfit of the wrecked schooner Jamaica for $200.
-The prop. Cuba, Chicago; steamer Passport, Toronto; steamer Armenia, South Bay; steamer Corinthian, Montreal, called at Swift's.
-The schr. Penokee will bring 20,000 bushels of corn to Ogdensburg from Chicago. The prop. J.W. Westcott has been chartered to carry 26,000 bushels of corn to the same port.
-The Chicago, a handsome steamyacht, brass-mounted, was in the harbor yesterday. She came from the Thousand Islands, and had a party of ladies and gentlemen on board.
-The steamer Calvin brought a couple of barges laden with iron ore from Montreal today. The ore will be transhipped into the steambarge Lincoln and barge Lisgar and taken west.
Deepening the Welland Canal - plans being prepared.