p.1 Floating Facts - The schr. B.W. Folger cleared with a load of lumber for Oswego last night.
-The prop. Cuba called at Swift's today on her way to Chicago from Montreal.
-The tug Thompson arrived from Montreal yesterday with a tow of light barges.
-The schr. White Star has arrived at the M.T. Company from Chicago with 19,000 bushels of corn.
-The schr. J.R. Noyes is at the K. & M. Forwarding Company discharging 21,000 bushels of corn.
-The steamers Passport, Montreal; Corsican, Toronto; and Armenia, South Bay; called at Swift's today.
-The schr. American has arrived from Chicago with a cargo of grain. She is at the K. & M. Forwarding Co.
-The schr. Clara White arrived yesterday from Trenton with a load of lumber for Anglin. She cleared today for Oswego to load coal.
-The prop. Indian and barges Gaskin and Southampton; schr. Gleniffer and steambarges Tecumseh and barges Cavalier and Cameron are at Collinsby with timber from French River.
-The tug Thompson left for Oswego last night with the Gaskin and Acadia with over a million feet of lumber. The Gaskin had 637,000 feet on board. This is said to be the largest cargo of lumber that has left this port.
Port Colborne, Aug. 19th - Down: Owasco, Walpole Island, Ogdensburg; Penokee, Chicago, Kingston; Prop. California, Chicago, Montreal.
Port Dalhousie, Aug. 19th - Passed Down: P.M. Rogers, Chicago, Kingston; O.M. Bond, Chicago, Kingston; M.A. Muir, Manistee, Kingston; W.R. Taylor, Toledo, Kingston; prop. J. Wescott, Chicago, Ogdensburg.