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   Trenton Times, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1883, Trenton, New Jersey                                'I .m VOL. I. NO. First Edition. THE GRkAf RIG BRIIXJK. WHAT A PEDESTRrAN THINKS OF IT. THKNTOX, WlCpXKSDAY TWO How I.OIIK Tiikrit to Cnmii the Structure That Kinds Now York rfitVl lirookl.vii and- History of the lirhlgr. v- From ;i Stnil of TIIK TIMKS. 1 YUUK, May t J, with ten thousand others, havejicni ovrr the Brooklyn Bridge. It's ijuite a different experience from the one I used to enjoy, going over the foot-bridge which ran from the ol) the W.H thru fret vide, the made of oak slats an inch or so thick and two inches wide with an interstice of two inches between each two slats, but one is quite willing to let the sense of safety one feels in crossing the present structure compensate for Inwu i it' i-l t y Tlie I'- I Huf as you prefer to-day's ought to be Calletfthe IviK'Mlng.1 Bridge rims oil aboul a linr from Chathum street, Xew York, opposite the City Hall, to a point near the junctiou of Fulton and Main streets, Brook- lyh. Thedistntiie itcross is a little over a mile, or to be exact, feet, and can be walked leisurely in twenty minutes, or rnn iu six. or ridden in the cars in live. The centre of the. j- nvvr-tpnn is T'ect above bTgli water ia Summer, and three feet more in Winter. Only; about throe per cent, of the vessels coming into New York harbor would have to strike their lopimiMs to pass H-nder the bridge, so_ that the two bundled leading men who nie- the Legislature in asking that work on the bridge IK- stopped on the ground that the structure would obstruct nav- igation didn't know what they were talking about. TIIK VAKIOI'S TRvVCKS. The. bridge is feet wide the outer roads on either-side arn li) leet.- miuws, and- are for vehicles, which will take the road-to their start ing from either city. Next are the railroad tracks, on which are tu be propelled by an chain, each car to ac- commodate 100 passengers, HO be tlie running outfit, and passengers to be transported, if necessary, in an hour. In centre, feet wide and feet atTove the other roads, i.s the foot-way. On the approaches the Ibnt'luulgi' is paved with usprhilt, but be- tween thi ;tndiorage._ the. lloor is_wood. At h end of the bridge are station houses, from which the cars will run, and uu either side ol _'tUo-.Ne-iY..Y.m'-lx-eiid is u where thirsty pt'drstrians CUM for I theinseUes agaiust the fatigue Uus-'V.d'.. Beneath the archer of the bridge ar-1 spaces to be.rented for warehouse Tiie bridge i.s -t-o be lightc.l wvtli two lights, each aii-lr.- WH.M a ueicomc to a travel-jaded American returning to his native land. who-.e steamer and the darkness shall enter the hay together. SUMM FKKCIISI.K K1C1 KKS. f Now I'm some liggers." A bridge over the was tir.st eiigillcer named Pope, ill H-lO, T. McElrath, twesjileudid cities gathered at his feet, the craw ling ferry-boats, the forests of masts, the guudy stretches of Long Island, the dim vista lliiwugli tlifi heights of Harlem, the Hudson pouring through the stalely gaTes of the Highlands, the marshy meaduwsMietch- ng inland from New Jersey's foreign shore TIIK riULI.ir HAHT MYSTKKY. I Third .Edition. That llittt IJeen Strange Dirainn. There has beeu'no received its to the J LATEST XEWS BY RK." late of Philip Hart, the missing notion dealer of No. Soutli Warren street, who left his MORNING NEWS. what a kaleiiloscopie picture. I'.y all means i home for New York on Thursday last to pay a THE DEADLY KIMGDOM OF THE CZAR. ,io over thetbridge, hut not the coming ihius- lay, even if yon are one fortunate HMI honored with an invitation, for you'll see nothing, Ijuar nothing, hut will have your Ilir hi ll IKIJI that won't at all le.seiuble former and UoHar of in a Ticket A KHK ,Mr. Sflii-iKt' Invests One ami Draus There a I at the Ameriea Host- -Company's Fair, in thr Taylor "flail Assembly Rooms, hot The conte; t tor the S-IIKI span of black, horses was to le de- cided, and the holders of tickets and their fuends were of cour.M-- yreatlV excited. Scv- 1HMMCS hiid-bfeu pafudwl for scveralduyw past iiill for goods and to purchase new stock. Mrs. Hart, the wife of the missing man, vvas sjxii this morning. She tells a singular story. Wle her. liU9b'-lnd- iu Lht habit ot' going TO T'drK e'v'ery nionui n> pay hills for goods, and tu order new lots. He always sttipped house of his parents on (irceii- wich street, near the Cortlaudt street fwrry. be left home, on Thursday morning at half-past seven o'clock, he had in his posses- sion 10. He leached his parents' home in New York at half-past nine and remained tiicre until two in the alternoon. It was his intention then to go and pay his hill, and he asked his si.stcr to accompany him. Slu vvas feeling unwell and did not go. He then left. This was the last seen of him. He.....was to have relumed in the wetting to all n'ght. pLui huing era! thousaiuK tickets had been sold. The retunUo Treuton until Fridnyu-Acning. He had a whom" lie ..intended to visit, and he did not come back to his parents' house on Thu-sday night they concluded that he had stayed at hei' house. Next day a member of fhe linnily vis- ited the i'.-.'A he had-nor been at this di-H-ovcry they went to the place where he intended to go and pay found-he'had not-JivcH -there-. The most singular thing about the whole all'air is the part two dreams play in the mat- ter." Both the wife, in Trenton, and tlietJreen- vvich street sister, in New York, dreamed on Thursday night that they saw the missing man on a bridge, with a Tailing on one side of it. in a struggle with another man. and saw him fall-on" while tlie other man ran away. Mrs. Hart described her dream in a vivid niiinui r morning. She said she. hail no j uneasiness about her husband's going away when he left, as he had been in the habit for j the past three-or four years of going to New York every 'mouth., Uul on -Thursday night about midnight she says she had the dream. She saw Jiim iiiK the Keportetl I lie 'l A nun-si 1 o-l OKI -If i .liirnti il In liat Oeinix pat (lies in By A's iulcd 1'ri The occurr hi- lU- on ihe, sheets." _h.id betfi driven uously along State street to a Tight carriage, with rich blankets thrown over them, which set off their jet black hides like polished ebony. After drawing began, it was found that the lurky ticket was number sl'J. K very body excited and a great number. jiot Id disappointed. The lucky man did not appear to IK- present. There were cheers and rells and jokes. Ticket-holders consti- tuted themselves into impromptu search com- "mittees ami went about ihe -ealfinjj for the holder of (Jags began to be indulged in and ticket-holders familiarly_.uiade the sub- ject thefeot, the rcjieTiiion of their nami-s as the lucfcy persons seeming to give the crowd great Some touted that Alex- ander Jacobus, proprietor of the American II'iUVS thr luckv Others wnrtld have it that Covcrnor Ludlow had drawn the prize. Still others, that the lucky ticket was held by Senator Taylor. Congressman Brewer, Professor Hashrotick. Jahn Transom, Dr. Cob-man, 'Squire nil's t bat an -explosion mm "f the before !l s, however. palace. i-i In nun tor Jlhti (111 lUiT occin Ttle pefsoiis to occasion hts will in- clude l-iv ilians ileil to A relianyel and .soldiers dialled to disciplin.il ,v companies. 'I'he'tiia! of a great t'lillld ill I illmrer ion ihe lai 1 u i c of -.1 uhtrn tiris b n in tvvo of the directors) oT f be hunk and the TI) traiisporiafTon, one th'T to Tobolsk to Arcli- 111. liishop MeMiillin Very 1'r. -.t. 'I ,11, IIIWH.M-CV Hrshnp MrMnltin the Catholic Bishop this diocese, is very ill ami it he main days. ___ _ HHef (Hainan at the leading of the 'World for Hours. itrnwii shnt Ttnri killrd at Crtol- Texas, last Saturday, by I'ockburn, who tied. The livery stable of .1. Loom is, at Itrooklyn, burned ycsterdav Two tramps ami loiirfci n hoiscs perished. l.nss. tii-anil billet- ol tlir Wm Idol' tin- Inde- Dcmlent Older of Ti itiplars In-gaii its l went y-niiith annual sessional Chicago yester- iliky. Tlic house "nfAlli'eTi Cole af lluekfield, Me., i nlt-ivd tiy hui nhirs mi Monday who chlorofni'mcd Mr. and .Mis. Cole anil .stole in currency. -j lieoi'ne A. Pearrc. Associate Judge"  ceeded the coming Thursday, by Assistant Tht. .object of the trip was tl.e Engineer Martin. VVurk on the bridge, begun Junuary 2, 1--7II. The Brooklyn was completpd May. the New York tower May. Friday, August K. F. Furring- ton. the Master Mechanic, cronned on an end- Surjirise Ulr. Fan Mr. Henry P., Paul, proprietor of the State Street House, and his bride readied home late yesterday afternoon. F.verything seemed to be.as usual about the hotel, and Mr. Paul and his wife, after supper, went to their apart- ments outside the hotel. sooner was stip- pcr flian a tra.information scene taken out of morning. The -i ruck the spin1 of St. Luke's'M. K. Church sn-d tore all to pifecs. It the church oai.lire iml it was causiiiL' a loss of Tlie parson- age adjoining the chitreh, occitpieil by thu Kichanl Thorn, Jfi, and his family, wiw also allecteil by tJie Miss Thorn wa.s .stunned by the electricity. Pictures were torn from the walls and a c'ock from the mantel. It Street, llrooklyn, Illo Home May I He IIHS NotliliiK to Say. YORK. May Patrick Joseph Pi'rey Tynan, whom In- Ibrmer Carey pointed out as Number One of the Dublin conspiracy, is liv ing w ith his I'am- 'lv at DM Haltu-st., unUvs the intilcsnie.n are jiiistjikeii. He removed aboul the lirst oi' May I'min Stephen I. Simmons' house on Wilson stieet w ith his ciwlit v-tiildicii. J. M. Ambi'.i.-Hi, a druggist" at "NVest Baltic and Clinton streets, stiiri yesterday May tt-titll. full bearded gentleman, accompanied by ri Trnddrc-nged, ippearancc_j do not-iecnllcct, left a prescrip- iion hen" He gave his name sis Dr. Williams, -and the name of the person for whom it was lobe left as Mrs. West Kaltic street. It was sent to that numiier, but Mis. T. Holly, who owns and resides in the- iiouse at that number, sent it back, suing no uch person lived at that number. Soon alter- vard Mrs. came and :ht pix.ii npii-on, sayiiig-it wiis-htl iighl.1'-" ''A-cleji; in liradlbrd's grocery at Clinton Hid llaHii; streets said: 1 have de- livered _go_ods to the and Mis.T'yna'ii has been in the store. There arc ight children there I hat I have seen ..Sri.1., a b'kjr mid a iKib.y. The 'K a y< A 'reportfr called at the house.at (i.iiulast. A of about years msvvered tlie bell. I wish to sec Mr. the reporter said. He.is not in s.ln- u- [died for a walk." A middle-aged lady, who answered the bell at er, said that nobody by Ihe name of Tynan lived thejT. i- Dr. WilliHins was found subsequently at -Manhattan avi'imc. u The Tynans have been living under their saUl.-l'and I have :iot been liiund" bt-fon-. Mr. Tynan will, not see anyboiiy or make any statement."  v, ushered in, including st'veru) .people from 1 Woodbury. the home of the bride. Then Mr. Paul aud his wife were sent for. The whole thing was a complete hut agreealile surprise to fhr happy couple. Aftrr the ni i i of MT. and" Pant, Mr. William Hancock wrtstl called for. and was presented with it huge bv Mr. (Josson. This was to show that of Itrooky th-t home go to Pott n ille. A nine from St. John's, Si hool yesterday delcated the lied 'lies. lo 7. Visitors to bill games at the Cricket ground should refrain from hissing or other diseour- thc iilavers of either said Mr. nan me to say that the re- of an interview with him printed yester- day is a fabrication, that he has not been, and does not propose to be, interviewed, and that Ihe opinions and statements attributed to him j in the article disclaimed, have never been ex- pressed Irv; him to any person." TIIK PIOXKKU H1UCK .MAKKR. Peter Fell is the pioneer manufacturer in this citv. In fact, the brick business is mainly ui the hands of the Fell family. They are of Herman descent, and located in Treuton as lar back as IxVi. Peter Fell opened tl is yard on PrincVTon avenue, and handled the clay himself Scarcely any attempt was made to turn out there no demand tin them, and Tlwt Inoiv thllll ,it the common kind were produced in a sea- son. More than thnt number are-now manu- Ttetured bv-u siuiib' linn within a fortnight The growth of the business has been particu- larly marked of late, amrit is said that it hw fully doubled itsell within five years. The manufacturers liiu'l a market chiefly in the large Hasten) cities and in the West. De- r Fell is filling orders for builders as far dis- tant as Kansas, and also ships considerable to New York and Massachusetts. Superintend- ent Kafer, who ban. been figuring on the prob- of the season, estimate-4- the prodTU'tion in Tieiiton will be ooiu- niou bricks and over pressed bricks. If these were placed end to end in a straight ImeTTTiey he says, reach jnilcs, or :us tur as Kansas City and return. .'i'tst at. their van! on Calhoun street, make V" specially of tancy nriek, for which Ititms iw-twcd ir Mi-ss'lir the 'trimming of all largo brick Trenton trade generally "runs in iin- direction I'veidlence in the liner giadcs of the business. In this Way it happens that .vhile Trenton does not produce in as large as many other cities, .it does claim that its pressed brick i.s al ways of the flrtt IlltU K IS A TIMKS reiforter visited Peter Fell's yard "tliis moiniiig to view the brick in process of manufacture. The clay is obtained in t.he im- mediate of the yard, and in or- der that the supply may not give out Mr. Fell My  I' il il i- .it tb-' tov  second of Com- Je (..iv- -f th, f announced, the unanimous. nomination condition. and its ptesent are President, John Little SecTetary. John Trinnvr, and Fore- man, Jnincn Clayton. Circuit Court Order. on William street.flmmbersbnrg, am-slcd An order was entered in the Uifitwl States by Constable Packer, of Sim.ire Mills' office, Circuit Court to-day iu the case o I tlie Cellu hand i o, M .1 vvoiim Hill.il.'tn, VVOIMIIII, liv IIIH till" lidl on ;iss street ycster- da.v Hl'lein-ion and ,Ued In r shoulder. Stir wii.s remov.il to In r lioni'' ami Dr. 'I'lUitmn Hinn- moncd. Thn and wold waUh which olll> still to be put through the and carelullv handleif. t' liHMKMAkKKS PAY. A biiekniiiker turns out about bri'k> from his mould in a day, and his day about seven hours He is paid n- to a ay a 'llirentftiK Hum thn AiiSOlU wjiQi lives with her husband pany K. 1 Ki -giment. i i, t w i vule Hn, the oiou, j-. at 'inril .'Ith Adiins yesterday, on a charge of threatening to com- mit arson, preferred by her husband. The couple do not live well together, ttnd the bus. bund frequently wiid who would burn down the house. She was held ill bail lor court Water. Adv loid Mannfactnring Company v. William H. anil UeiiU-n M. HurriHon. leave to tl- defendant- to w ithdraw their answer and thin ill Id t he i .isc tn proceed It i --'lit Hi i ijili on U-tt4-is putt ;it In the ol John T, Morn- v Tin- oior Printing Com Wtrc wop ;it I he I .1 mnpaii s ii.y {jLJyteidtfjr. "ivclj, willbe jirese'ntTiT 
                            

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