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Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Feb. 17, 1890 
TextNewspapers    Announcement is made to-day of the death of Captain William Schuyler Malcolm , one of Oswego's oldest and best known citizens. For the past two or three years Captain Malcolm has not enjoyed the best of health, and most of that time he had been confined to the house. His death, therefore, was...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Jan. 16, 1890 
TextNewspapers    A Lively Voyage ____ A Mid-Winter Trip Across Lake Ontario ____ Venturesome Canadian Sailors - Thousands of People Watch the Vessel Enter Port . The Captain's Story Several days ago negotiations were entered into between Gaylord, Downey & Co. and parties in Kingston , Ont., to ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Thurs., Jan. 16, 1890 
TextNewspapers    ..., and he has certainly carried her through this somewhat remarkable trip in a highly creditable manner. There is no telling what Canadian skippers will try next, but it is certainly something, to remember that on January 16, 1890, the passage from Kingston to Oswego, with a full cargo of barley, was made...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Friday, Jan. 17, 1890 
TextNewspapers    The Ella Murton _____ Who is Captain of the Midwinter Cruiser? The Times yesterday chronicled the arrival at this port yesterday afternoon of the schooner Ella Murton from Kingston with a cargo of barley for Messrs. Gaylord, Downey & Co. The vessel's Canadian clearance named John ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Wed., Jan. 22, 1890 
TextNewspapers    The Murton's Return. The Ella Murton arrived here from Oswego on Saturday night at eight o'clock. The return trip was an easy one, there being a fair wind and no ice. The water was very thick, however. The Pierrepont towed the Murton in from Four Mile Point , and yesterday she was ...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Mon., Aug.4, 1890 
TextNewspapers    John Lee Death claimed for a victim yesterday another of Oswego's best known citizens in the person of John Lee. He was born in Oswego 66 years ago and always lived here. By trade he was a ship carpenter and for many years was a ship builder with the firms of Lee & Stever and Lee ...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., Oct. 4, 1890 
TextNewspapers    The M'Kinley Bill ____ Collector Lyman Says It Will Go Into Effect To-morrow Night. Collector Lyman says that the new tariff bill will go into effect at 12 o'clock to-morrow night and that all barley received after that hour will be taxed 30 cents a bushel. Importers are as busy as bees and...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Monday, Oct. 6, 1890 
TextNewspapers    THE TARIFF EXCITEMENT. ____ Lively Times At The Custom House All Day Yesterday. ____ Thirty-Eight Entries Since Saturday Evening - A million Bushels of Grain Entered -- The Saving to the Shippers About $110,000 in Duties - The Propeller Shickluna the Last to Enter If the appearance of ...
Daily Times (Oswego, NY), Sat., Oct. 4, 1890 
TextNewspapers    The McKinley Bill in Canada. _____ The Canadians Hustling in the Shipment of their Products - A Few Hours More Shuts Them Out. Cape Vincent, N.Y. Oct. 3. - The seed houses here are working full force night and day emptying as many schooners as possible, in order to get their Canadian-grown...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday, Oct. 6, 1890 
TextNewspapers    Beating McKinley's Bill ___ A Big Business By Local Importers ___ They Paid Big Freights, But They Received Nearly Two Million Bushels of Fine Canadian Barley and Beat the Buffalo Importers The barley importers of Oswego have been pretty busy for the past two weeks. The pernicious McKinley...
Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), Sat., Oct. 6, 1890 
TextNewspapers    ... ARRIVED, Oct. 6, 1890 Ferris, Ferris, Kingston, Colborne, tow Jessie Hall, Martin, Kingston, N. Norris, Julian, Port Dalhousie, tow Rival, McDonald, Wellington Square, tow J. Hall, Martin, Kingston, tow Van Allen, Thompson, Trenton, 231,672 ft pine, Oswego Mfg. Co. Enterprise, Walton...
Oswego Palladium (Oswego, NY), Monday,  Dec. 8, 1890 
TextNewspapers    ... OBITUARY. _______ Captain William Williams Died - In Oswego, N.Y., Dec. 7th, 1890, Captain William Williams, in the 82d year of his age. After a long, and, at the last a painful illness, Captain Williams died at his home in West Seneca street at 9 o'clock last night. For nearly two years ......
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct 5, 1890 
TextNewspapers    In 1889 F. W. Wheeler & Co., shipbuilders of West Bay City, Michigan, took a contract to build two ocean-going "tramp" type steamers for the Atlantic trade. The steamers, which were to be too large (291 ft. oa) for the Welland Canal, were built at the Saginaw River shipyard and then cut apart in...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct 7, 1890 
TextNewspapers    It was the steel steamer Mackinaw, built by F. W. Wheeler & Co. of West Bay City, that went down the river Sunday, instead of Davidson's first ocean trader, as was stated in The Free Press yesterday. The Mackinaw left Bay City Saturday at 2 p.m. for Buffalo, and reached Detroit at 8:30 p.m. ...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Wed., Oct 8, 1890 
TextNewspapers    Buffalo, October 7. - [Special.] - The steel steamer mackinaw, built by Wheeler at Bay City for the coast trade, arrived late last night. She was put in the dry dock at the union yard this morning and the work of cutting her in two has begun. She will be ready by Friday night to be towed to ...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Oct 24, 1890 
TextNewspapers    The steel steamer Mackinaw, constructed at Bay City for the ocean freight trade, has arrived at Montreal, and will be taken thence to New York. ...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 10 Oct, 1890 
TextNewspapers    Buffalo, October 9. - [Special.] - The tug Peter Smith arrived last night. She will tow the two sections of the steel steamer Mackinaw through Lakes Erie and Ontario, and Canadian tugs will take them through the canals to Montreal. They will make a start Monday, weather permitting. ...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), 12 Oct, 1890 
TextNewspapers    Buffalo, October 11. - [Special.] - The tug Peter Smith this afternoon towed the forward end of the Mackinaw to Port Colborne. The after end will be towed over in the morning. The superintendent of the Welland Canal has given permission to let her go through on Sunday so as not to interfere with...
Evening Recorder (Brockville, ON), Sat. April 26, 1890, page 3 
TextNewspapers  Evening Recorder (Brockville, ON), Sat. April 26, 1890, page 3page 3  A novel seizure: on Tuesday last, United States Marshal Matton of Oswego, seized the sunken schooner Vickery by diving to the vessel to affix the required notice upon her. The question has never risen before how a seizure of a vessel that was underwater should be made. Marshall Matton arrived...
Detroit Free Press (Detroit, MI), Mar. 28, 1890 
TextNewspapers    *built as VIRGINIUS **steam barge BYRON WHITAKER Other Dulac boats included the schooners ALOHA, JENETTE and A. STEWART: scow-schooner EXILDA; passenger steamer MINERAL CITY; steam barges CLINTON and NORWALK and the tug ELMER. Ed Chaput kindly sends the following websites containing more...
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104 (Barge) (1) A. Burton (Propeller) (1) A. C. Tuxbury (Schooner) (1) A. Stewart (Barge) (1) Abbott (Tug) (1) Abercorn (Propeller) (1) Ada Medora (Schooner) (1) Adam Horner (1) Addie (Schooner) (1) Alexander Nimick (Propeller) (1) Alexandria (steamboat) (1) Algerian (steamboat) (1) Alice Richards (Schooner) (1) Alice Strong (Scow) (1) Alma Munro (Propeller) (1) Amelia (Scow) (1) American Giant (Barge) (1) American Giant (Schooner) (1) Amniot (Schooner) (1) Annie Watt (Propeller) (1) Annie Young (Propeller) (1) Araxes (Propeller) (2) Ariel (schooner) (2) Atlantic (Propeller) (1) B. W. Blanchard (Propeller) (1) Barges (21) Belle Hanscomb (Schooner) (1) Belle P. Cross (Propeller) (1) Ben Hur (Schooner) (1) Bohemia (Shipwreck) (1) Boscobel (Schooner) (1) Brazil (Propeller) (1) Bruno (Propeller) (1) Business (Propeller) (1) C. B. Lockwood (Propeller) (1) C. C. Ryan (Propeller) (2) C. H. Brinkerhoff (Propeller) (1) Cambria (Propeller) (1) Canisteo (Propeller) (2) Caroline Marsh (Schooner) (1) Catharine (Steam yacht) (1) Celtic (Schooner) (1) Charger (Schooner) (1) Charles C. Ryan (Propeller) (1) Charles Hebard (Propeller) (1) Charles Ryan (Propeller) (1) Chas. C Ryan (Propeller) (1) Checotah (Schooner) (1) Chenango (Propeller) (1) Cherokee (Propeller) (1) Churchill (Barge) (1) Churchill (Propeller) (1) City of Cleveland (Propeller) (1) City of Detroit (steamboat) (1) City of London (Propeller) (1) City of Midland (Propeller) (1) City of New York (Propeller) (1) City of Nicollet (Propeller) (1) Cleveland (Propeller) (1) Colonel Brackett (Barge) (1) Commanche (Schooner) (1) Comrade (Schooner) (1) Cormorant (Propeller) (1) Cornwall (Barge) (1) Cornwallis (Barge) (1) Cuba (Propeller) (2) Cuyahoga (Propeller) (1) D. Ballentine (Propeller) (2) D. F. Dunbar (Tug) (1) D. J. Foley (Propeller) (1) D. N. Runnels (Tug) (1) David Wagstaff (Schooner) (2) Denver (Propeller) (1) Fearless (Schooner) (2) Ferries (2) George Sturges (Schooner) (2) Golden Fleece (Schooner) (2) J. H. Wade (Propeller) (2) J. J. Morley (Propeller) (2) Jane McLeod (Schooner) (3) Mackinaw (Propeller) (2) Mascotte (Propeller) (2) Nevada (Propeller) (2) Niagara (Propeller) (3) Norseman (Steamboat) (2) Ossifrage (Propeller) (4) Pensaukee (Schooner) (2) Propellers (148) S. C. Reynolds (Propeller) (3) Schooners (100) Scows (7) Shipwrecks (2) Sligo (Schooner) (2) Steam yachts (2) Steamboats (14) Superior (Propeller) (2) Tasmania (Schooner) (2) Tugs (18) Twilight (Schooner) (2) Wales (Tug) (2)
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