p.1 Floating Facts - The Alexandria will arrive at Gunn's from Montreal this evening.
-The steambarge Nile cleared for Deseronto with lumber from Rathbun.
-The schr. P.E. Young cleared light from Toronto yesterday for Kingston.
-The tug Glide, with six light barges, arrived at the M.T. Company's wharf from Montreal.
-The schr. Pensankee (sic - Pensaukee ?) cleared from Chicago on Thursday for Ogdensburg with 27,844 bushels of corn.
-The schr. Angus Smith discharged 32,740 bushels of corn, from Chicago at the M.T. Company's wharf today.
-The steamers Algerian from Toronto, Corsican from Montreal, and Junita from Alexandria Bay, called at Swift's today.
-The schr. J.W. Westcott will bring 26,000 bushels of corn to Kingston from Chicago. She was chartered on Thursday.
-Last evening the schr. Annie M. Foster ran foul of the Cataraqui bridge and carried away her jib-boom. She is having it repaired at Davis' yard today.
-The propellor Cuba, Capt. Thomas Donnelly, called here yesterday with passengers and general merchandise. She lightened wheat at the M.T. Co. and proceeded to Montreal.
Port Colborne, Sept. 4th - Down: Schrs. Itasca and Camanche, Chicago, Kingston; Charger, Toledo, Ogdensburg; Riverside, Toledo, Kingston; Francis Seigel, Cleveland, Ogdensburg; prop. Cuba, Chicago, Montreal.
Port Dalhousie, Sept. 4th - Down: Str. F.J. Macy and consorts, Chicago, Ogdensburg; prop. Cuba, Chicago, Montreal; schrs. Pulaski, Chicago, Kingston; Hartford, Chicago, Kingston; L. Ellsworth, Chicago, Kingston; Angus Smith, Chicago, Kingston; Sanonta, Halsted, Chicago, Kingston; St. Lawrence, Chicago, Kingston; City of Green Bay, Chicago, Kingston; Oriental, Byng Inlet, Collinsby.