Saturday, December 31, 1904
TRENTON LIFE DAY BY DAY DURING 1904
in the daily life of Trenton are given below in chronological order, for
the year 1904.
Mary L. Farrell ad Robert A. Allen married. Police Justice Harry Harris presides for first time in police
Henry C. Kelsey died in New York. William
H. Tindall died. Stephen Plunkett
ministers start curfew crusade. Miss
Elizabeth Smith and Joseph F. O’Neill married. Lemuel Marshall died. Walter Dansbury died of lockjaw.
day since 1899. Frederick Holt
died. Funeral of Clark Fisher.
of Mrs. H. C. Kelsey. Alfred Veller
and James Eversole injured by locomotive explosion on the Pennsylvania
annual meeting of New Jersey State Horticultural Society. Dr. Margaret Preston Buckman died. Ruth Cleveland died of diphtheria at the
home of her father, former President Cleveland, in Princeton.
J. Mullen died. Executive committee
of International Association Masons and Bricklayers met. Charles Brooks, convict at State Prison,
fatally shot wile trying to escape. Centrekeeper John Fitzgerald and Deputy William Harney injured.
at the home of Thomas Gatz at 120 Allen street nearly suffocates four
women who were rescued by firemen. John
A Davies named as Grand High Priest of the General Encampment I. O. O.
session of the International Hodcarriers’ and Building Laborers’ Union.
Opening session of International Union of Bricklayers and Masons. Special meeting of the Presbytery of New Brunswick at which
arrangements were made for the installation of the Rev. L. L. Strock as
pastor of Bethany Presbyterian church.
Senator John F. Dryden holds reception at Trenton House.
Tomko died. One-hundred-and-twenty-eighth
session of New Jersey Legislature opened.
Franciscan Priests hold retreat in Trenton.
Captain Frank C. Donnelly of Engine Company 1 and Miss Elizabeth
A. Keegan married. Lieutenant Colonel Bryant accepted post
of Chief of the Factory and Workshop Department. Governor Murphy in message to Legislature upholds factory department,
Matthew S. Austin died at his home on Houghton avenue. Mrs. Anna B. Lawshe weds Carlton R. Priest
of Princeton. Mrs. Myrtle B. Eyler
ordered to have iron grates removed from windows at State Home for Girls
to facilitate egress in case of fire. Proceedings against Trenton Street Railway Company for alleged
violations of fender ordinance discontinued. Captain William B. Osborne resigns from
Catherine Vietch, wife of Detective John Vietch, died. William Bailey of Division street stricken with smallpox.
Minionette Pierson died. Miss
Leah Seabridge stricken with smallpox.
Announcement made that case of Elizabeth Russell, who was dismissed
from State Home for Girls, by Mrs. Elyer, for alleged disobedience of
an order to whip a girl, would be appealed to courts. Governor Murphy appoints Miss Mary F.
Van Lieu as Deputy Factory Inspector.
Parochial schools co-operate with health board to stamp out smallpox.
H. Slack died. Thomas R. Waistling
died. Thousands of school children
vaccinated. Hodcarriers and Building
Laborers International concludes session.
L. L. Strock installed as pastor of Bethany church. Supreme Court Justice Swayze instructs
grand jury to investigate collapse of floor at Mott Iron Works when two
men were killed.
Street Railway Company, Mercer County Traction Company and Trenton, Pennington
and Hopewell Traction Company elect officers. Strike of rubberworkers at Gried plant
at Olden avenue. Increase of smallpox
causes fumigating of school rooms.
M. Buttes sued Patrolman August Kulp for false arrest. Trenton Street Railway Company wins fourth
decision in favor of Yardville crossing.
Joseph’s Lyceum opens new club house.
Mrs. Ann Johnson died from effects of exposure.
river floods Trenton homes. Mrs.
Jane A. Hendrickson died.
hundred rubberworkers on strike. James
Gilkyson died. Captain Benjamin
Sholes of park police died.
meeting of Presbytery of New Brunswick opened. Supreme Court Justice Bennett VanSyckel re-appointed for sixth
and dinner of the D. A. R. at Old Barracks.
Manufacturers’ Association takes steps to protect strike breakers. New Jersey Sons of Temperance hold convention.
Joseph H. Jackson died.
administered to Judge William H. Vredenbergh as lay judge of Court of
Errors and Appeals.
James R. Taylor died.
Booth died. Gang of boys arrested
for shooting crap in Trenton church.
Scarborough’s twenty-ninth anniversary as head of Episcopalian diocese
anniversary of Monsignor Fox’s appointment as pastor of Cathedral celebrated.
of Princeton University arrested for stealing examination papers committed
to jail. Richard Gilbert died.
Cornelius Shepherd died. Milton
J. Morgan arrested on charge of selling oleomargarine. William Bentley burned by falling into
ash pit at Roebling’s.
B. Moore died. Trenton’s preachers
speak in favor of proposed curfew ordinance. Young Women’s Christian Association established branch in Trenton.
Albert H. Croot died.
Tykarski died as result of eating a meal rapidly.
Lowry, motorman, died from injuries sustained in a collision on Pennington
branch of Trenton Street Railway Company.
Mrs. Robert Ewan of New Brunswick taken ill here with smallpox. Mrs. Janet Murphy, wife of Governor Murphy,
Ashmen horribly mangled at Home Rubber Works. Frederick F. Stevens of Newark began suit in Court of Chancery
against United States Steel Corporation for $66,000,000.
Day observed in public schools. Mrs.
William Burns and Mrs. Harry Walker taken ill with smallpox.
Unions put new court house operations on the unfair list. George Ashmen, rubberworker, died of injuries.
McCoy of Phillipsburg attempted suicide by hanging in cell at police headquarters.
Gerson’s appointment as night custodian of State House announced. Frozen pipes causes water famine in five
of Lent marked by church services. Standard
Lamp and Brass Company incorporated.
of Pythias celebrated their fortieth anniversary. Striking rubberworkers began to go back
- Washington’s birthday exercises held in schools. Fire at home of Mrs. John Mulheron.
J. Fred Margerum purchased Hildebrecht’s café.
Former Governor John W. Griggs addressed the Society of the Cincinnati.
Washington’s birthday anniversary observed.
Scarlet fever breaks out at Deaf Mute school, five pupils are isolated.
House of Assembly passed bill for hanging in State Prison.
“Egypta” produced by local talent.
Ordinance to abolish swinging signs sustained by the Supreme Court.
Miss Ethel Tobish died in Denver. Free vaccination discontinued.
Annual convention of Red Men. William
F. Burgner injured by trolley car colliding with his wagon.
Governor Murphy decided that Mrs. Myrtle B. Eyler and her husband
should be removed from State Home for Girls. Pennsylvania Railroad Company bought lot for new freight station
on Perry street. Helen Elizabeth
Lanning died of diphtheria.
Mrs. Mary Whitecombe stricken with smallpox. Miss Elizabeth W. Russell began suit in Supreme
Court to recover salary for services at State Home for Girls.
American Lamp and Brass Company asked for receiver. Articles of incorporation filed for erection
of new church by dissenters from Rev. Hugo Wendell’s congregation. Mrs. Emily Ellis attempted suicide by drinking
laudanum. Mrs. Carolyn Bechman died.
Murphy appointed Eckard P. Budd as State Assessor. John A. MacCrellish retired as Trenton
manager of the Bell Telephone Co. and was succeeded by F. M. Conklin op
B. Holmes named as member of trustees of State Home for Girls.
of Purim celebrated by Jews. Court
House Commission allotted rooms in new building. Trenton Society of the Mystic Shrine held annual dinner. Charles C. Darragh died suddenly of heart
trouble. Mrs. Catherine A. Daly
Durant stabbed to death in state prison by Henry Jones, his cellmate. Police notified that they are no longer
required to protect strike breakers in rubber mills.
Anna Augusta Allinson resigned from Board of Managers of State Home for
Girls. Raymond Young stricken
with smallpox. Trenton mills handicapped
by lack of coal on account of strike at mine. Biggest flood in history of Delaware river
did $20,000 worth of damage here. Ezra
B. Robbins found dead in bed at Morrisville.
annual session of Methodist Episcopal Conference opens in State Street
Methodist Church. Miss Ruth Fackler
stricken with smallpox at home in Lawrenceville. Coroner’s jury holds Henry Jones for murder
of Elmer Durant at prison.
Cornelius Hook, president of Old Barracks Association, entertained Daughters
of American Revolution. Grand
Lodge of A. O. U. W. began annual session.
Druse sent to state prison for assaulting Constable Ceaser.
engine caused freight wreck in Morrisville yards. Ministerial delegates elected by Methodist
Episcopal Conference. The Rev.
H. R. Robinson ill with typhoid fever.
Conference decided to meet next year at Atlantic City. Bayard Van Fleet, janitor of Trenton Savings
Fund Society Bank, committed suicide by shooting.
Knights of Columbus opened new quarters in Trent Theatre building.
of Miss Helen Griswold Green provides fund of $10,000 to be devoted to
mission work in Trenton.
Patrick’s Day generally observed. Charles
Brown of Union county hangs himself in cell in state prison.
Joseph’s day observed in Catholic churches.
Delaney of Jersey City stricken with smallpox in Clipso House on Broad
street. Harry Levie and Miss Dora
Burney married in Masonic Hall. Former
Sheriff Ege died suddenly at home of Surrogate J. W. Cornell.
Young died of smallpox at Municipal Hospital.
of Samuel B. Packer.
R. Reynolds named by Governor Murphy as member of State Riparian Board.
Sunday, opening of Holy Week, observed in churches. Mrs. O. B. Lippincott died of smallpox.
Murphy vetoed State Prison hanging bill and Teachers’ Retirement Fund
bill. Richard Stockton sued Trenton
Street Railway Company to recover $3,000 for wrecking of automobile.
Governor decided to call extra session of Legislature to consider
Morris canal abandonment and pigeon bills.
Kate Miller committed suicide by drowning in water power. Clarence W. Jaques died.
Thursday services held in Catholic churches. Burglars loot home of A. F. Dammer in Dolton’s block. Mrs. Eyler and six subordinates resign
from positions at State Home for Girls.
W. Claffey died. Catholic and
Episcopal churches observe Good Friday.
John L. Swayze took oath as Assistant Attorney General.
start a fire in home of Daniel Stevens on Jackson street. Charles Matthews began divorce proceedings
in Chancery Court.
broken by Pennsylvania Railroad Company for big shops in Hamilton Township.
Joseph Johnson stricken with smallpox.
Kate Hunt drowned in Baker’s Basin. New
managers of State Home for Girls effect organization.
fire at Brian pottery.
Mary E. Fury died. Bulletin issued
by government census bureau estimates Trenton’s population at 76,786.
B. McClellan school opened. Mrs.
Amanda T. L. Scudder died.
re-convened. Board of Freeholders
met at new court house.
Russo committed suicide by cutting throat. African Methodist Episcopal Conference began session in Mount
Zion Church. Edward M. Pierson,
pioneer potteryman, died.
C. Mader of St. Louis filed bill in Chancery asking receiver for Buffalo
Bill show. Democratic State Convention
held in Trenton and nominated delegates for national convention.
Telephone Company absorbs Hopewell Construction Company.
orders survey to ascertain cost of deepening Delaware river.
corpse of baby girl found near Duck Island.
of Liberty opened state convention. William
F. McGovern and Anna M. Goodwin married. Benjamin Loteman sentenced to three years
in State Prison and $1,000 fine for poisoning horses.
of Liberty voted to extend membership to all American men. John Bechter killed on railroad. Benjamin F. Havens and Miss Gertrude M.
Pennachio shoots Mrs. Abbie Vegnielli, seriously wounding her.
Day observed in public schools. Bendigo
Raven, a gypsy, convicted of keeping a disorderly house in a tent.
Brian Pottery in Hamilton Township damaged by $75,000 fire.
issued for erection of St. Joseph’s Church. Captain Michael Campbell of Engine Company No. 5 died. F. A. Rulon’s decorating shop destroyed
Fellows observe eighty-fifth anniversary of order’s founding by big meeting
in State Street Theatre. Benjamin Rich died. Henry S. Little died. E. Yarde Breese’s automobile wrecked on
Birmingham road, injuring George Holcombe and Mr. Breese.
Holcombe died from injuries sustained in automobile wreck. Women’s Christian Temperance Union held
Wakelee took oath as Acting Governor.
Barker Gummere made receiver for Alryan Mills.
S. Little buried at Matawan. Miss
Sallie R. Kuhn and William F. Cody married.
of St. Michael’s Orphanage decided to begin work on new wing and chapel.
George Justice died at Morrisville.
Anna Smith died of spotted fever. Plans
completed for new dormitory at State Schools. William Ainsworth, crazed from smoking
cigarettes, leaped from second-story window at his home, severely injuring
of Trentonians present at opening of St. Louis Exposition. Mrs. Alfred Wilson died.
of Columbus held annual state meeting.
August H. Mundt made captain of Engine Company No. 5. Poles celebrated 113th anniversary
of adoption of Polish constitution. Judge Andrew Kirkpatrick died.
Fue fatally burned at bonfire.
Scudder Truex died. John B. Allen
died. Lawrence B. Kershaw arrested
on suspicion of killing Isabel Adams.
Wombwell died. Several accidents
incident to circus parade.
ransacked home of Joseph Johnson. Golden
jubilee celebration at Central Baptist Church. Joseph M. Kelly died.
H. Cotton died.
Zion A.M.E. Church closed against delegates to Colored Republican convention.
Coroner Disbrow conducted inquest in case of Isabel Adams and jury
held Mrs. Lawrence Kershaw responsible for child’s death.
county court rooms opened. Justice
Swayze directed grand jury for prison murder of Elmer Durant. 46th annual conclave of Grand
Commandery Knights Templar of New Jersey held. State Republican convention held.
Sheriff B. F. Walton died. 48th
annual convention of Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons held. Fire gutted store of Brand & Smith
at Warren and West Hanover street.
Tamins Day celebrated by Red Men. John
A. Hall died of apoplexy.
H. Heil died. Funeral of the Rev.
A. S. Pittinger.
recommended for Mrs. Anna S. Swayze.
Joseph Hulse died.
of Priests of Trenton diocese.
F. Marshall died.
loot home of Jacob Benz. Mrs.
Hattie C. Kealake died.
McFaul confirmed large class at Cathedral. Mrs. Della Hebner died.
celebrated centennial anniversary of incorporation. Wedding at home of Peter Skeedy resulted
in shooting of Frank and Joseph Schultz.
Carrie Ashmore died. Annual exhibition
at School of Industrial Arts. Joseph
Gassaway sunstruck. Joseph Grant
Kulp began subscription for blasting of Devil’s Rock. Jabez F. Brooks died.
Dunbar Hitchinson resigned as smallpox physician.
freight cars wrecked Nelson’s hotel at Washington’s Crossing.
Hannah Sibbett found dead in home at Jacob’s Creek.
Ewing Green, Jr., buried. John
Hopper badly injured at Roebling’s. Matilda
awarded for Morris Hall at Lawrenceville.
W. M. Lanning received commission as successor of the late Judge Kirkpatrick.
Nathan Sibbett confessed that he killed his mother, Mrs. Hannah
Sibbett, by throwing her down stairs.
Mary West drowned herself at Hamilton Square.
trolley car run over Prospect street extension. James F. Clancy and Miss Helen Murphy were wedded.
wreck on Belvidere division near Moore’s Station. The Rev. James H. Dunham and Miss Mary
McMullen Barrows wedded.
Prohibition Convention opened.
M. Reeves died.
Wolcott Jacobs of Newark stricken with heart failure in Trenton. Seniors at Model School held class day
exercises. Painters’ strike at
new Trenton armory. George W.
Jones arraigned in Mercer Court charged with murder of Elmer Durant. Mahlon R. Margerum appointed aide-de-camp
of Major Gillmore.
M. Atwood named as head of New Jersey G. A. R. Murder trial of Henry Jones
halted by death of Juror Henry Furman.
McFaul participated in Richey-Maloney wedding. Patrolman Dennis Lane died.
of Sacred Heart parish held commencement exercises. Henry Jones found guilty of murder of
Tyrell dropped dead on Centre street.
unveiled at Mercer Hospital in memory of the late John A. Hall.
Anna B. Kershaw placed on trial in Mercer Court charged with the murder
of Isabel Adams.
stone of new Second Presbyterian Church laid.
Jones sentenced to be hanged for murder of Elmer Durant. Mrs. Anna Kershaw convicted of murder
in second degree.
Nation visited Trenton. Cathedral
school alumni formed.
Brotherhood of Operative Potters opened convention. A. H. Simonds retired from management
of Taylor Opera House.
Priscilla Pullen died.
battalion departs for Sea Girt encampment.
Brotherhood of Operative Potters elected officers. William Hutchinson killed by lightning
famine imminent as result of western strike.
assaliants of Burlington women taken to state prison under military guard.
Anna B. Kershaw sentenced to 20 years in state prison for murder
of Isabel Adams.
Joachim’s Church dedicated. 1,000
men struck at Cook potteries. National
Guard returned from Sea Girt encampment.
Catholic Union of United States met here.
Howe died at Princeton.
Clayton killed his wife at Princeton and seriously wounded his mother-in-law,
Mrs. Susan Bush, by shooting.
B. Shalters selected to manage State Street Theatre. $6,000 fire at John L. Kuser farm.
of Deputy Sheriff John H. Forman. Undertaker
W. Henry Crawford died.
broken by the Rev. Albert J. Weisly for new Sunday school at Third Presbyterian
B. Sutts sent to state prison for three years for larceny. Devil’s Rock, in rear of state house,
blown up by dynamite.
R. Fell died. Robert Clayton held
by coroner’s jury for murder of his wife.
fire at Goodyear Vulcanite Rubber Company’s plant, Morrisville.
States Steel Corporation bought Trenton Iron Works.
Treasurer F. O. Briggs chosen as chairman of Republican State Committee.
Baptist Association of New Jersey met in Union Baptist Church. James Armstrong committed suicide by drinking
Krouse found dead in Hankinson alley.
Ripley, brakeman, badly injured by striking overhead bridge at Monmouth
of Very Rev. Father Fox’s elevation to title of Monsignor.
Cody, Sr., died.
Holloway, conductor of Camden & Trenton Railway, killed by car jumping
tracks at Bethel. Equal Taxation
Commission organized. Maria E.
Quinn committed suicide by drinking poison. Miss Florence Mabel McCullough and Enrique C. de Villeverde
E. M. Woodward buried.
storm causes extensive damage.
at oil house of Hopewell Orphanage did $8,000 damage. Colonel Stahl brought libel suit against
the Rev. Hugo R. Wendel for $5,000.
Railroad Company abolished Jackson street dam to avert flooding of Assanpink
creek. Professor Charles W. Shields
of Princeton University died.
P. Margerum died.
held big festival at Hill’s Grove.
W. Fry, secretary of Y. M. C. A., and Miss Anna Gilman Ayer married. D. H. Brand & Company leased old City
Market site for big department store.
Lawyer James J. Cahill died.
Day observed in Trenton. Lambertville
and New Hope bridge dedicated. Samuel W. Ford died suddenly.
of year 5665 celebrated by Hebrews.
Schools opened for fall term. Wade
Johnson sentenced to state prison for seven years for burglary. James Malone taken ill on street and died
at St. Francis Hospital.
C. Black named as Democratic gubernatorial candidate. Addison J. Danser dropped dead at State
Home for Girls.
P. Smithers, prominent Philadelphian, died here from injuries sustained
in falling down stairs. John Lucien
died at St. Francis Hospital from injuries sustained in falling at quarry.
celebrated 221st anniversary of landing in America of first
German emigrant. County and district
Casper Stokes nominated by Republicans unanimously for Governor. William H. Brokaw and Mrs. Isabelle Wilson
B. Hutchinson named for State Senator and John W. Cornell for surrogate
by Republicans. John Dilts killed
under train at Stockton.
Ira W. Wood nominated for Congressman by Republicans. James B. Moon, oldest Trenton veteran,
L. Stevens nominated for Congressman by Democrats. Mrs. Sarah T. Watson died. Mercer County Republicans nominated Assembly
Mink shot Fredericka Adamiski.
of Inter-State fair. Hopewell
branch of Trenton Street Railway opened.
destroyed plant of Hopewell Spool and Bobbin Company. Farmer’s Day at fair. Contracts signed for erection of St. Hedwig’s
Polish Catholic Church.
Day at fair. William Craig died.
LeRoux, aeronaut, injured by striking lightening rod near fair grounds.
epidemic in Trenton. Cornerstone
of Morris Hall, Lawrenceville, laid.
Rev. Dr. James W. Marshall resigned as president of Pennington Seminary.
Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers, held nineteenth annual convention. Strike of brewers at Capital City brewery
Jersey Day at St. Louis exposition. E.
C. Stokes opened gubernatorial campaign at Mt. Holly fair.
Har Sinai synagogue dedicated. William
H. White dead.
Emma Wolverton fatally burned by lamp upsetting.
of Miss Sara Varner and Harry L. Weismann. Trains collided near Bordentown, killing Engineer J. H. Zane
of Camden and injuring Councilman William F. Burk of Trenton.
of the Rev. Father Dominick Reuter as head of Franciscan Order of Minor
Lawrence Farrell died. George
Smith fatally burned by lamp overturning.
Masons participate in dedication of Orphanage at Burlington.
McCullough of Lambertville lost both legs under train at Coalport. Patriotic Order of Americans and P. O.
S. of A. presented flag and pole to High School.
celebration held in honor of Bishop McFaul’s tenth anniversary as head
of Trenton diocese and investing of Monsignor J. H. Fox with robes of
office. Mrs. Julia O’Gorman died
while attending services. William
H. Mick of Cranbury Hall killed and Richard Branson of Cookstown badly
injured in trolley accident at Broad Street Park.
H. Lee, former Trentonian, killed by shooting in New York and his wife
arrested on suspicion.
Jersey Baptist Missionary convention in Central Baptist Church.
Clayton arraigned in Mercer court for murder of his wife. Annual convention of New Jersey State
Council of Jr. O. U. A. M.
Rev. Frank Moore elected President of Pennington Seminary.
attempted to wreck Pennsylvania railroad trains near here.
Jersey State Congress of Mothers held convention. Annual meeting of Mercer County Teachers’
A. Tams died. Henry Duncan Oliphant
appointed United States Circuit Court Clerk for New Jersey District.
fire at plant of Trenton Oilcloth and Linoleum Company.
Caleb VanSickell died.
St. Hedwig’s Church laid.
Reed of Langhorne, died at St. Francis Hospital from injuries sustained
in trolley accident at Bristol.
house at Warren and Perry streets damaged by fire.
S. Katzenbach and Mrs. Natile McNeal Grubb married.
Green, iron master, died. Robert
Clayton convicted of murder in second degree.
football game at Princeton resulted 12 to 0 in favor of Yale.
fire at plant of Trenton Hardware Company.
Clayton sentenced to State Prison for 42 years for murdering his wife
and wounding his mother-in-law, Mrs. Susan Bush.
Michael Nicholson died. Charles
P. Reading buried. Captain John
J. Cleary elected president of Superior Officers’ Police Protective Association.
Temple Ancient Arabic Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine instituted.
Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows held session.
Secretary of State Henry C. Kelsey completed $22,000 mausoleum at Newton
for is late wife. John B. Cassidy
of Schenectady, N.Y., accidentally asphyxiated at Clayton’s Hotel.
Foy killed by Pennsylvania railroad train near Conover’s Crossing. Garrett S. Otis, 72 years old, died from
operation at St. Francis Hospital after being wedded two weeks.
Day. Arthur S. Theberge lost hand
in gunning accident.
Satterthwaite shot himself in his temple at apartments on Emory avenue.
of John E. Thropp largely attended. State
Meeting of Florence Mission Circles opened.
Herscick, former Trentonian, shot himself in Chicago, having attempted
to kill wife.
Lightbourne stricken with sudden illness, died in ambulance on way to
fire at Trenton Oilcloth and Linoleum Works. Alfred H. Ryan died.
get 85 cents in business office of Trenton Times.
first snow storm interfered with trolley traffic. John B. Brennan died.
Wood asked Congress to appropriate $100,000 for larger Trenton post office
building. Catholics observe Immaculate
Luke Johnson died. Excise Board
refused to grant George Van Doren’s application for license “Armory” saloon.
H. Atchley died at Titusville.
Heidrick killed by passenger train at Trenton Junction.
E. Faber sentenced to state prison for seven years for betrayal. Unknown Italian killed by train near Clinton
C. Cook accidentally shot himself, with fatal results. Dr. James W. Tantum died.
Trust Company formed. Robert B.
Lanning and Leroy Gravatt drowned in Peddie Lake at Hightstown in coasting
Mink sentenced to state prison for three years for shooting Fredericka
annual meeting of New Jersey Teachers’ Association opened.
tore away portion of new Delaware bridge at Washington Crossing. Prison Inspectors announced intention
of asking for $250,000 for extra cells.
at Trenton Malleable Iron Works.