Notes: $15,000 in 1873 would be equal to $327,000 in 2021. Wood-Ridge, New Jersey is in Bergen County, New Jersey and Woodbridge is in Middlesex County, New Jersey
- A miner fell down the Shields mine at Beatyestown, Warren county [sic], one day last week, a distance of thirty feet, dislocating his shoulder.
- Abram Spargo, a laborer on the Sussex Railroad was caught between the cars at Branchville a few days ago and seriously injured.
- The Central Railroad Company is transporting a large amount of coal from Phillipsburg to Elizabethport.
- The Elizabeth Journal is assured on good authority, that the Central is earning money, and that the dividend is only deferred to the six months term.
- Colonel Thomas McKean of Camden, has been appointed Riparian Commissioner to succeed Peter Vrendenburg, deceased.
- Cape May County jail is without a tenant, and has been so since the unceremonious departure of Facemire and Garrison.
- The work on a new school house at Woodbridge, Bergen County [sic], is to commence immediately.
- T. Henry Ellis, a colored barber or Newark, has been summoned as a member of the United States Grand Jury at Trenton.
- The liabilities of Day & Scott, the Paterson silk manufacturers who failed recently, are now believed to amount to not less than $225,000.
- Dr. M. A. Corrigan, the newly appointed Catholic Bishop of Newark, will be consecrated in the St. Patrick's cathedral, in that city on the 4th of May.
- The strikers at the Trestle Works continue to stand out for the twenty-five cents additional pay, making their wage $2 a day. Nothing is doing at the work. The strikers are preventing others from going to work.
- Mercer County's proportion of the State tax, at the rate of one half mill on the dollar, the sum named in the bill passed at the last session of the Legislature, will be $50,397.
- Charles Lindauer, who has been confined in the Essex County Jail for nearly two years, sentenced for passing counterfeit money, was on Tuesday the 1st, pardoned by the President on account of his turning State's evidence. Lindauer was bequeathed $15,000 last month by a deceased uncle.
- The Trenton American says: "From what we hear, it is likely that advantage will be taken of the General Railroad law by numerous companies, for spur roads, and thus parts of the State be opened up for improvement, which, hitherto, in consequence of lack of railroad accommodation, have not progressed so rapidly as the inhabitants desired."