ULMER, William 1891.01.30 East River Bridge Company incorporator
WANT A BRIDGE. A New Company for the East River Scheme. Earl's Prepeiad Bill OrgaBizin the Ei - tcrp ise Stewart's Rapid Transit Meastire Pasied by lb Haucfl Why Byrnes Objected - Hanars to Br. Win - data's Memory. Spocial to tho Eagle. Albany, N. Y., January 30. Mr. Earl has a rough draft of a bill providing for tho incorporation of a company to construct a bridge over tho East river, from tho neighborhood neighborhood of tbe foot of Broadway, iu the eastern district, district, to a point near Grand Btreet, New York. The company is to be started with a capital of $3,000,000, and among the incorporators named aro Theodore F. Jackson, Bernard Peters, William William H. Murtha, Andrew D. Baird, Felix Campbell, Campbell, Henry Battermann, James Hodwell, Joseph F. Knapp, Marvin Cross, Adrinn M. Suydaiu, William William Ulmer, William H. Gaylor, Job Corbin, fl. B. Scharmann, Ditmas Jewell, William N. Hick, Williamson Bapeljs, Frederick Uhlmann, Alfred Wagstsft" and Henry H. Adams. Tho bill is made up of the bust features of the bill of 1867, under which the prtsent bridge waa built, and the Gretsinger bill of last year. Tho nanio of the company is to bo the East river bridge company. One provision of the bill is that the two citios may purchase the bridge or in case of a disagreement between tho two cities, that either of them may purchase.. Tho bill will probably be introduced next Monday night.