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FAYETTE COUNTY RAILROAD.

(Leased for 99 years from Nov. 1, 1861, to Pittsburg and Connellsville Company.)

Line of Road.-Uniontown, Pa., to Connellsville, Pa.....

12.66 miles. Sidings, etc., 0.38 mile. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 43 lbs. to yard.

Operations for year ending October 31, 1869.— Included in returns of lessees. Dividends March and September, each $1 90 per share, $8,162 40 ; taxes, $794 80 ; surplus, $60 59—total, $9,017 79.

General Balances.-Capital stock, 2,148 shares, $107,400; paid in, about $90,000. Cost of road, $130,000.

Directors.-N. Ewing, Armstrong Hadden, S. A. Gilmore, William H. Bailey,
Ewing Brownfield, John Huston and Eleazer Robinson, Uniontown, Pa.
N. EWING-President.....

.Uniontown, Pa.
Secretary....
William H. Bailey. | Treasurer.

. Armstrong Hadden. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Uniontown, Fayette Co., Pa.

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GRENADA, HOUSTON AND EASTERN RR. (Projected).

Line of Road.-Grenada (Miss. Cent. RR.) to Alabama State Line.... 100 miles.

[The Company expect to have that part of their line between Grenada and Okalona, 65 miles, in operation in eighteen months.]

Directors (elected January 24, 1870).-W. F. Tuesler, Simon Myers and J. Bret-
ney, Okalona, Miss.; T. N. Martin and B. McFarland, Houston, Miss.; J. T. Griffin,
Houlka, Miss. ; T. T. Enoch and A. Woodward, Benela, Miss. ; Hoke and H. C.
Dulaney, Pittsboro', Miss.; J. M. Hampton, Big Creek, Miss.; L. C. Lee, Graysport
Miss.; and John Powell, Grenada, Miss.
W. F. TUESLER-President..

Okolona, Miss.
T. T. Enoch-- Vice-President..

.Benela,
Treasurer-B. Murray..... Houston, Miss. | Secretary-T. L. Beadle...... .Big Creek, Miss.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

..Okalona, Chickasaw Co., Miss.

BRUNSWICK AND ALBANY RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Brunswick, Ga., cia Albany, Giz., to Eufaula, Ala..... 235 miles.

[This road was in operation between Brunswick and Tabeau ville, 58 miles, under the name of the Brunswick and Florida Railroad, up to the fall of 1863, when the Confederate Government seized it under the Impressment Act, tore up the rails and distributed the property of the Company to other railroads which were leading military lines. Nothing was done toward the restoration of the road until 1869, when the present Company, consisting of the original bondholders, was formed. The whole line is now under contract to be completed by October, 1870.]

Financial Basis.- Capital stock authorized (common, $2,518,000 ; and preferred, 7 per cent., $2,350,000), $4,898,000 ; and funded debt authorized (1st mortgage guaranteed 6 per cent. gold bonds, free of U. S. taxes, $3,525,000; and 2d mortgage sinking fund 7 per cent. currency bon is, $2,350,000), $5,875,000....... Total, $10,773,000.

The first bonds have forty years to run, from October 1, 1869, and interest is paid at the office of the Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, in New York, on the 1st of October and April. The second bonds have a sinking fund and have twenty-five years to run, interest being payable at the same place and periods.

Directors.-Charles L. Frost, P.J. Avery, Henry Clews, James B. Taylor, Henry S. Wells and J. Edwin Conant. CHARLES L. FROST-President..

New York City. Treasurer-Henry Clews... . New York City. Chief Eng'r:--Chas. L. Schlatter... Brunswick, Ga. Secretary-Henry C. Matteson...

Fiscal Agent-Henry Clews & Co.. New York City. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS...

| No. 167 Broadway, New York City.

Brunswick, Glynn Co., Ga.

GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY OF CANADA

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Line of Road.-Portland, Me., to Detroit, Mich......

.854 miles. Branch lines owned, leased and operated.......

.526 Total of all lines owned, leased and operated..

.1,380 miles. Gauge of tracks, 5 feet 6 inches and 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 60 to 75 lbs. to yard.

Statement of the length of line in each operating district, including branches :

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Included in the above are the following leased properties : Atlantic and St. Lawrence Railroad : Portland, Me. to Island Pond, Vt.... 150 miles. Chicago, Detroit and Can. Gd. Junc. RR.: Detroit to Port Huron, Mich... 59 Montreal and Champlain RR. : Montreal, Can., to Rouse's Point, N. Y..... 49 Buffalo and Lake Huron: Fort Erie, Can., to Goderich, Can... Total of leased lines..

.419 miles. Rolling Stock.-Locomotives-passenger, 101 ; freight, 215; shunting, 7—total, 323. Cars-passenger (1st class, 131 ; sleeping, 16; composite, 3 ; smoking, 5; and 2d class, 64), 219; post-office and baggage, 44; baggage, 41 ; break vans, 94; and freight (box, 2,412; box and cattle, 50; cattle, 105; and platform, 1,400), 3,967—total, revenue cars, 4,365. Also 93 ballast cars and 36 snow-plows.

Operations for year ending June 30, 1869.—Engines hauling trains run-passenger, 1,854,682 ; freight, 2,844,394; mixed, 594,487—total revenue trains, 5,281,563 ; and service, 1,776,330—total of all trains, 7,071,893 miles. Cars run, 64,188,607. Passengers carried, 1,460,665. Freight moved, 1,078,038 tons. Gross earnings-passenger,

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£556,031 11s. 4d.; freight, £370,265 10s. 6d. ; rents, £2,326 103. 6d. ; and sundries, £2,161 5s. 8d.-total, £1,430,784 18s., or $7,153,923 60. Current expenses-operating, £905,445 15s. 5d; and renewals, £202,811 3s. 70.-total, £1,109,256 ,198., or $5,516,283 80. Nett revenue, £321,527 19s., or $1,607,630 97. Disbursed as follows : postal and military revenue, £33,376 13s 4d. ; discount on American currency, £68,159 1s. 1d. ; interest and exchange, £35,639 Os. 9d. ; lease rents-Atlantic and St. Lawrence RR., £65,010 19s. 5d. ; Detroit Line RR., £22,500; Montreal and Champlain RR., £18,219 15s.; and Buffalo and Lake Huron RR., £19,207 11s. 5d.—total, £121,998 5s. 100.; and equipment bond interest, £21,558. Balance to next account, £46,631 12s. 9d.

Statement of operations and results for eight years :

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In the half year ending June 30, 1864, there was no loss by discount on American currency, the same having been used in the purchase of Portland bonds maturing in 1866, and sold in England.

Capital Account.-Share stock, £2,873,589 15s. 2d. ; debentures-Island Pond, £90,000, Br. Am. Land Co., £20,547 18s. 11d. ; and Montreal Seminary, £20,547 189. 11d.—total, £131,095 17s. 10d. ; mortgage to Bank of Upper Canada, £221,190 6s. ; Atl. & St. Lawr. RR. deferred interest certificates (1872) for arrears to December 31, 1862, £77,180 11s. 10d. ; preference bonds and stocks-equipment mortgage bonds, £500,000; postal and military service bonds, £1,200,000 ; 1st preference bonds, £2,638,466 14s.; and stock, £74,185 5s. ; 2d preference bonds, £1,528,358 18s. 4d. ; and stock, £43,707 2s. 7d. ; 30 preference stock, £729,459 9s. 3d.; and 4th preference stock, £5,412,667 4s. 11d.-total, £12,136,853 14s. 1d. ; provincial debentures issued on account of G. T. Railway, £3,111,500 ; and amount received on un-issued debentures and debenture certificates allotted with forfeited shares-Company's, £3,650, and provincial, £3,650—total, £7,300.

Per contra : Amount expended on capital account, £18,144,172 17s. ; balance, £414,527 7s. 11d.....

... Total, £18,558,700 4s. 11d., or $92,793,500 99. General Balances.–Balance of capital account, £414,527 7s. 11d. ; balance of nett revenue, £18,754 10s. 10d. ; loans on securities, £203,189 10s. 8d. ; mortgages on real estate, £25,028 198. 8d. ; bills payable, £13,693 28. 8d. ; interest on equipment and Atl. & St. Lawr. bonds, etc., charged to revenue and not yet paid, £20,818 2s. 6d. ; sundry outstanding liabilities, £163,615 15s. 2d. ; and wages unpaid, June 30, 1869, £31,367 9s. 3d.

Per contra : New engines, purchase account, £19,888 3s. 4d. ; securities on hand' pledged, etc., £413,041 17s. 20.; cash in bank and in transitu, £50,145 10s. 4d. ; stores, fuel, etc., £221,628 1s.; sundry outstanding accounts, £61,437 Os. 4d.; and outstanding traffic accounts, £64,853 17s. 60.– Total, £390,994 18s. 8d.

Directors.-Richard Potter, Gloucester, Eng.; Thomas Baring, London, Eng. ; Charles John Bridges and James Ferrier, Montreal, Can. ; Robert Gillespie, Bolney, Sussex Co., Eng.; Kirkman Daniel Hodgson, London, Eng.; Grosvenor Hodgkinson, Newark, Engl. ; Graham Menzies, London, Engl. ; William Molson, Montreal, Can.; John Swift, Capt. Tyler and Lord Wolverton, London, Eng.

RICHARD POTTER--President..... Standish House, Gloucester, Eng.

Charles John Bridges- Vanaging Director.... Montreal, Can. Treas. & Sec.-Joseph Hickson.... Montreal, Can. Chief Engr.-E. P. Hannaford.... Montreal, Can. Thomas Morland..

Mast Mechanic-Richard Eston... Auditors William Newmarch. London, Eng. Gen. Passenger Agt.-11. Shackell. J. G. T. Child.. Manchester,

Gen. Fot.Agt. vet=P. S. Stevenson.Toronto

East-F. C.
Supts. East -- II. Bailey Montreal, Can.
West-W.J. Spicer.

Gen. Storekeeper-Jolin Taylor..... Montreal PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. Montreal, Province of Quebec, Can.

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CHICAGO, DETROIT AND CANADA GR. JUNC. RAILWAY.

(Leased and operated by Grand Trunk Railway of Canada.)

Line of Road.-Port Huron, Mich., to Detroit, Mich...

...59 miles. Cost of road, $2,169,736. Rent paid by Grand Trunk Railway Company, in 1868–69, £22,500. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Detroit, Mich.

MONTREAL AND CHAMPLAIN RAILROAD.

(Leased and operated by Grand Trunk Railway Company of Canada.)

Line of Road.- Montreal, Can., to Rouse's Point, N. Y...

.49 miles. Sidings, etc., 5.66 miles. Gauge, 5 feet 6 inches.

Income from operations (Company's proportion) for the year ending December 31, 1868, £20,721, sufficient to meet interest on bonds and preference stock, and installment for sinking fund.

Cost of road, $2,417,688.

Directors.-James Ferrier, John Rose, William Molson, Johnston Thomson, Charles John Brydges, E. H. King, E. M. Hopkins, W. E. Phillips and William Dow, Montreal, Can. JAMES FERRIER-President..

.Montreal, Can. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. Point St. Charles, Montreal, Can.

HARTFORD, PROVIDENCE AND FISHKILL RAILROAD.

(Owned by Boston, Hartford and Erie Company. At present operated by Bond

holders' Trustees.)

Line of Road.-Providence, R. I., to Waterbury, Ct... Leased: |

Rockville, RRto

122.36 miles.

.5.50

Cheneyville Branch RR.-So. Manchester to Cheneyville......2:25

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Sidings, turnouts, etc., 15.43 miles. Gauge, 4 ft. 81 in. Rail, 58 and 62 lbs. to yard. The B. H. & Erie Company are extending the line from Waterbury to Fishkill on the Hudson, about 78 miles further west, and at the latter place it will connect with the Newburg branch of the Erie Railway.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotives, 24 Cars—passenger, 30; baggage, mail and express, 16 ; and freight-box, 151; platform, 121; and coal (60—8-wheel), 30—total, '378, or=8-wheel, 318 cars.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.— Trains run, 470,699 miles. Passengers carried, 997,570; carried one mile, 13,592,276. Freight moved, 212,805 tons: moved one mile, 5,172,157 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $450,259 67 ; freight, $360,979 61 ; mail, $12,708 33 ; and express, rents, etc, $24,615 64-total, $848,563 25. Current expenses, including taxes, $ 769,535 61 Nett earnings, $79,027 64. Interest on bonds, 143,885.

General Balances.-Capital stock-common, $1,537,939 38; and preferred, $500,000-$2,037,939 38; funded debt, 1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds due 1876, $2,055,500, of which $481,000 are a lien on the road in Rhode Island, 26.32 miles, and $1,574,500 on the road in Connecticut, 96.04 miles. Floating debt, large. Per contra: Cost of road and equipment, $4,204,866 39, exclusive of about, $500,000 expended by the Trustees in charge. The cities of Hartford and Providence each hold $500,000 of the above bonds, taken in exchange and as security for their own 6 per cent. bonds for like amounts, delivered to and sold by the Company. The difference between the rates respectively is the basis of a sinking fund for the final payment of the city bonds, and these funds now amount to a total of—Hartford, $127,461 97, and Providence, $100,116 89–$227,578 86.

The capital account and bonded debt have been stationary for the last ten years "The operations and results for that period have been as follows:

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Passengers Carried. Freight (tons) Moved. Fiscal Miles of Train

Gross Nett Years. Road. Mile ge Number. One Mile. Number. One Mile. Earnings. Earnings.

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1870-61 122.36 252.906 1861-62 122.36 226,089 1862-63 122.36 256,843 1863-64 122.36 281,151 1864-65 122.36 317.814 1865-66 122.36 | 319,433 1866-67 122.36 341.078 1867-68 127.87 368,473 1868* 127.87 371.325 1869 130.11 470,699

394.290
336,658
345,168
467.514
576,109
614.221
722,918
857,826
792.237
997,570

6,583,013 121.338 6,118,122 74.610 6,099,336 106,610 7.827,568 113,008 8,995,427 130.602 10,314,323 147,061 11,289,375 189,021 12,126,637 182,291 11,522,980 188.629 13,592,276 212,805

3,662,543 9358,817 62 $153,476 96
2,028.302 293.002 32 107,093 95
2,537,711 318,153 35 131,751 94
2,799,513 408.809 81 154,337 30
3,159,822 517.807 65 131,508 80
4,003,212 644,7241 96 166,186 45
4,762,579 742.851 62 210,962 29
4,601,037 766,350 93 142,688 62
4,631,218 715,271 09 124,517 81
5,172, 157 818,563 25 79,027 64

57.2 63.5 57.7 62.2 62.8 67.5 63.3 65.2 68.5 70.7

* 11 months.
No dividends have been pail on the capital stock.

GEORGE M. BARTHOLOMEW-President Board Trustees.. Hartford, Conn.
Sec. & Treas.-J. M. Belden. Hartford, Ct. Master of Machinery-E. Garfield.... Hartford, Ct.
Gen. Supt.--Samuel Nott..

Master Car Repairs-V. D. Perry... Axst. Supt. J. T. McManus.

General Ticket Agt.-Lucius Tuttle..
Chief Engineer--L. B. Bidwell

Gen. Freight Agt.-J. H. Pynchon...
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

.Depot, Ilartford, Conn.

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EXETER AND SALISBURY RAILROAD (Projected).

Line of Road.-Exeter (Boston & Me. RR.), N. II., to Salisbury, Mass..9 miles.
Directors.-Eben F. Stone and Robert Couch, Newburyport, Mass. ; Thomas J.

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