- Daily Palladium (Oswego, NY), 10 Sep 1877
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- Along the Docks
The schooner Blazing Star, which ran aground about four miles this side of Brockville while on her way from Ogdensburg to Cleveland, with iron ore, was towed in her yesterday afternoon by the tug Seymour of Ogdensburg and went into Goble and McFarlane's dry dock this morning. The damages are light, about 200 tons of ore being taken out to lighten her.
The Elvina made her appearance this morning.
The Magdala is in Miller's dry dock, being caulked and overhauled.
The Maderia is at the salt dock waiting for a cargo of bulk salt for Milwaukee.
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- 10 Sep 1877
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New York, United States
Latitude: 43.45535 Longitude: -76.5105
Latitude: 44.5015156890876 Longitude: -75.7788367304688
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