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Clark, Salisbury, Mass.; James H. Butler, Nottingham, N. H.; and Nathaniel G.
Gilman, W. A. Currier and Nathaniel Gordon, Exeter, N. H.
NATIIANIEL G. GILMAN-President......

.Exeter, N. H.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.... Exeter, Rockingham Co., N. H.

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HIBERNIA MINE RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Hibernia Mine, N. J., to Morris and Essex RR.... 5 miles
Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 2. Coal and ore cars, 100.

Operations for year ending December 31, 1869.--Freight moved (coal and iron ore), 70,585.09 tons. Gross earnings, $43,313 90. Operating expenses, $28,939 57. Nett earnings, $14,374 33.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $125,000. Cost of railroad and equipment,
$125,000; real estate, $8,000.
GEORGE RICHIARDS-President......

Dover, N. J.
Sec. &Treas.-J. W. Pullman.407 Walnut st.,Phila. I Superintendent-Geo. R. Miller. . Rockaway, N. J.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS... .Rockaway, Morris Co., N. J.

OGDEN MINE RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Ogden Mine, N. J., to Lake Hopatcong...

.10 miles. Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 2. Cars (coal and ore), 100.

Operations for year ending Deceember 31, 1869.–Freight moved, 66,918 tons. Gross earnings, $58,882 80. Operating expenses, $36,415 92. Nett earnings, $22,46688. Dividends, two of 3 p. c., $27,000.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $450,000. Cost of road and rolling stock,
$450,000.
GEORGE RICHARDS-President....

.Dover, N.J.
Treasurer..... .H. H. Wilson. | Superintendent... H. W. Cartright. I Chief Engineer ....John Green,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Dover, Morris, Co., N.J.

CONNECTICUT RIVER RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Springfield, Mass., to South Vernon, Vt....... 50.00 m.

Chicopee (4 m. N. Springfield), to Chicopee Falls, Mass... 2.35 Branches: Holyoke Depot (8 m. N. Springfield), to S. Holyoke, Mass. 1.00 3.35 "

Total length of main and branch road owned and operated... 53.35 m. Second track, 3.50. Sidings, 9.12 miles. Gauge, 4 ft. 81 in. Rail, 50, 56 and 60 lbs.

Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 16. Cars-passenger, 191; baggage, 8;

box freight, 112; platform, long, 121 ; and short, 20—total, 2804 cars. Also, 44 gravel cars.

Operations for year ending November 30, 1869.- Passenger trains run, 163,567; freight, 120,492; and other, 22,807—total, 306,976 miles. Passengers carried, 750,793 ; carried one mile, 8,923,930. Freight moved, 279,212 tons; moved one mile, 6,780,348 tons.

Gross earnings-passenger, $287,494 81 ; freight, $333,378 65; mail, $6,068 49 ; express, $14,501 89; and other, $7,752 65—total gross earnings, $649,196 49.

Current expenses-operating, including taxes, $146,354 29; interest paid, $17., 787 88; payment to Sinking Fund, $8,000; dividends, two of 5 p. c. each, $170,000 ; surplus not divided, $7,054 32.

Abstract of Balance Sheet of Dec. 1, 1869:

Capital stock.

. $1,700,000 00 Road and equipment 1st mortgage bonds, 6s, 1878.

250,000 00 Materials and fuel.. Bills payable

45,335 01 Paymaster. U. S. tax.

1,306 09 Ferry stock and real estate Due to individuals and corporations. 99.765 99 Bills receivable, Sinking fund..

89.854 84 Due from agents, individuals, etc.. Surplus earnings.

138,291 20 Commissioners of sinking fund. Profit and loss.

77,855 46 Investments.

Cash on hand.

$2,043,922 37

73,744 28 17.803 86 5,678 12

3.750 00 106,015 67 89.851 84 13.553 00 48,086 45

Total.

$2,402,408 59

Total..

$2,402,408 59

Financial condition and results of operations for ten years :

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Directors (elected January 19, 1870).- Daniel L. Harris, Springfield, Mass.; Ignatius Sargent, I. M. Spelman and Edward A. Dana, Boston, Mass. ; Chester W. Chapin, Springfield, Mass.; Oscar Edwards, Northampton, Mass.; Edward W. Clapp, Greenfield, Mass.; Roland Mather, Hartford, Ct. ; and S. M. Waite, Brattleboro, Vt. DANIEL L. HARRIS— President....

Springfield, Mass. Clerk & Treas.-Seth Hunt. Northampton, Mass. Gen. Fgt.& Tkt. Agt.-W.J. Phelps, Sp'field, Mass. Auditor--Eliphalet Williams,

Ch.Cik. d Paymas.-Geo. E. Frink, Supt. & Eng.-W. B. Brinsmade Springfield, Gen. Fgt. Clerk.-R. D. Carpenter .. Act.Supt.and M. Mech.-J. Mulligan,

Baggage Agent -Wm. E. Hill ...... PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

..Springfield, Mass.

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SOUTH AND NORTH ALABAMA RAILROAD (in Progress).

.183 miles.

Line of Road.— Montgomery, Ala., to Decatur, Ala.....
Completed, 50 miles, and under contract, 133 miles.
Gauge of track, 5 feet. Weight of rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

The State endorses the bonds of this Company to the extent of $20,000 per mile of completed and equipped railroad, and loans the proceeds of the 3 per cent. fund to the State to the amount of $900,000. The City of Montgomery subscribes $500,000 in 8 per cent. bonds.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 3.

Gen al Balances (January 1, 1870).-Capital stock paid in, $1,500,000; funded debt, State endorsed bonds, $1,000,000.

Directors (elected November 25, 1869).-F. M Gilmer, Jr., J. R. Stow, Jonah Morris, Bolling Hall, E. C. Harrison, W. J. Bibb, E. Harrison, H. P. Lee and Thos. 0. Glasscock, Montgomery, Ala. ; Luke Prior, J. F. Tanner and Z. Freeman, Athens, Ala.; and W. G. Farley, Montgomery, Ala. F. M. GILMER-President...

Montgomery, Ala. Treasurer-Thos. B. Maddox.. Montgomery, Ala. ! Chief Eng'r-John T. Milner... Montgomery, Ala. Gen. Supt.-John T. Milner...

Mast. Mechanic-S. Schermerhorn..Limekiln, Assistant Supt. John A. Milner

Trans. Agt.— Thos. B. Maddox. Montgomery, Ala. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Market St., Montgomery, Ala.

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SELMA, MARION AND MEMPHIS RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Selma, Ala., to Memphis, Tenn......

280 miles The company are issuing 8 per cent. gold bonds, at the rate of $16,000 per mile of“ finished, equipped and completed” road. These bonds are a 1st mortgage on the line, and are endorsed by the State of Alabama for as much of the road as lies within that State. Dated Sept. 1, 1869, and due Sept. 1, 1889; coupons payable in New York City March 1 and September 1. These bonds are only issued upon each section of the road as completed and in operation.

Directors.-N. B. Forrest, W. R. Brown, F. A. Botts, L. Chett, Porter King, R. H. Lee, James Evans, J. W. Crenshaw, Cass C. Huckabee and John Housee, Marion, Ala.; and Gray Huckabee, A. G. Mabry and J. R. Perkins, Selma, Ala. N. B. FORREST— President...

Marion, Ala. Sec. & Treas.-S. H. Fowlkes..... .Selma, Ala. | Supt. & Chf. Eng.--Minor Meriwether, Selma, Ala. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Selma, Dallas Co., Ala. Fiscal Agency. ...... Henry Clews & Co., No. 32 Wall St., New York city.

OLD COLONY AND NEWPORT RAILWAY.

Line of Road.-Boston, Mass., to Newport, R. I.....

72.50 miles. Soutlı Braintree (12 m. S. Boston) to Plymouth, Mass.26.00

South Braintree (12 m. S. Boston), to Fall R., Mass.. 32.00
Branches :

Neponset (5 m. S. Boston), to Mattapan, Mass....... 4.91
Bridgewater (27 m. S. Boston), to S. Abington, Mass. 7.23—70.16

Total length of main and branch lines owned and operated.... 142.66 miles. Second track, 12.75 ; sidings, etc., 31.31 m. Gauge, 4 ft. 8} in. Rail, 54 to 60 lbs. to yd.

Rolling Stock (December 1, 1869). — Locomotive engines, 38. Cars-passenger, 70; baggage, mail and express, 18; merchandize, 415—total, 503. Also 92 gravel cars. Operations for the year ending November 30, 1859.- Trains run-passenger, 623,212 ; freight, 244,264; and other, 42,373-total, 909,849 miles. Passengers carried, 2,570,231 ; travel, 41,484,089 miles. Merchandize moved, 318,203 tons ; transportation, 10,810,178 miles. Gross earnings-passenger, $950,353 71 ; freight, $497,859 99; mail, $12,706 95; rents and expenses, $89,288 71 ; and miscellaneous, $2,324 02—total, $1,552,525 38; and operating expenses (including taxes, U. S., $20,085 67; and State, $19,221 87), $1,014,387 27. Nett earnings, $538,138; interest, $186,422 59; dividend, 6 per cent., $312,252 64 ; surplus, $39,462 90.

General Balances (December 1, 1869). -Capital stock, $1,943,420 ; funded debt (7 per. cent. bonds, due August 1, 1877, $1,388,000; 6 per cent. bonds, due April 1, 1875, $458,000; 6 per cent. bonds, due September 1, 1876, $1,000,000; 6 per cent. bonds, due September 1, 1870 and 1874, $10,000; 6 per cent. bonds, due September 1, 1884, $32,000), total, $2,971,000; floating debt, $61,000 ; surplus earnings, $294,109 28. Per contra : Property (road,' $7,203,194 30; and rolling stock $656,816 48), $7,860, 010 78; fuel and material, $161,551 88; stocks and bonds, $202,500; cash items, $71,842 07.

Statement of capital and funded debt, etc., and of earnings, etc., yearly:

Fiscal Years.

1859-60. 1860-61 1861-62 1862-63. 1863-64. 1864-65. 1865-66. 1866-67. 1867-68. 1868-69

Earnings. Dividends.
Miles

of Share Funded Floating Cost of
Road. Capital Debt. Debt. Road, etc. Gross. Nett.

Rate
Amount.

p. c. --87.2583,015,100 $107.000 $76,500 $3,362,949 $655,439 $315,282 $180,906 6 87.25 3.015, 100 81,000 121.778 3,362,949 565,320 219,608 180,906 6 87.25 3,015, 100 350.500 134,058 3,362,949 580,150 310,133 170.194 6 87.25 3,015, 100 416,000 339,914 3,434, 164 722,067 328,342 159,482 6 107.25 3,609,600 452,000

451,350 4,258,379 961,029 469,931 300,675 8 107.25 3,609,600 762,500 581,050 4,271,806 1,209,058 561,587 303,966 8 141.00 4,848,320 2,141,000 358,000 7,001,074 1,332,307 473,282 355,679 141.00 4,848,320 2,870,000 128,000 7,618,306 1,381,065 473,987 306,246 141.00 4,943,420 3,021,000 61,000 7,786,299 1,295,042 474,651 309,249 6 142.56 4,943,420 2,971,000 61,000 7,860,011 1,552,525 538, 138 312, 253 6

The increase of stock and bonds in 1864 and 1865 was on account of the Newport extension, and in the years 1866, '67 and '68 chiefly on account of the Dighton and Somerset Railroad, now a part of the main line between Boston and Newport.

Directors (elected July 27, 1869).—Onslow Stearns, F. B. Hayes and Uriel Crocker, Boston, Mass. ; Oliver Ames, Easton, Mass. ; Minot Tirell, Weymouth, Mass. ; Royal W. Turner, Randolph, Mass.; John S. Brayton, Fall River, Mass. ; Benjamin Finch, Newport, R. I. ; Samuel L. Crockey, Taunton, Mass. ONSLOW STEARNS-President....

Boston, Mass. Treasurer-John M. Washburn.... Boston, Mass. Mast. Car Rep.-A. Gleason.. Boston, Mass. Gen. Supt.-W. H. Bullock,

Mast. of Transp.-W. J. Merriam.. Road Master-Chase Parker.

Gen. Tkt. Agt.-Jacob Sprague, Jr.
Mast. of Mach'y-C. F. Bullock.

Purchasing Agent-W. H. Bullock.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Boston, Mass.
Transfer Office...

Rutland St., cor. South, Boston,

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VERMONT AND MASSACHUSETTS RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Fitchburg (51 m. W. Boston), Mass., to Brattleboro, Vt..69.31 m. Branches :

Grout's Corner (48 m. W. Fitchburg), Mass., to Greenfield, Mass. 8.00 “
Turner's Palis Branch (building)...

.... 5.04 “ Leased: Troy and Greenfield RR. (Greenfield to Hoosac Tunnel),.......30.00 miles. Sidings and other track, 5.50 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock (December 1, 1869).--Locomotive engines, 15. Cars—passenger, 16; baggage, 9; and merchandize, 219—total, 244.

The Troy and Greenfield Railroad is leased from the State of Massachusetts until the Hoosac Tunnel is completed. That portion between Greenfield and Shelburne Falls was taken possession of January 1, 1868, and that between Shelburne Falls and the Tunnel, November 16, 1868. For the first portion, $20,000, and for the latter, $10,000 a year is paid.

Operations for the year ending November 30, 1869.— Trains run-passenger, 165,090; freight, 88,460; and other, 13,057—total, 266,607 miles. Passengers carried, 273,798; travel, 5,603,057 miles. Freight, 214,744 tons; transportation, 3,889,481 miles. Gross earnings--passenger, $201,984 35; freight, $281,870 88; mail, $14,265 37; tolls, $897; rents, $57,165 65; express, $10,600; other, $785 17-total, $567,568 32. Operating expenses (including taxes and insurance, $28,701 03 ; and rent of T. & G. RR. $28,750), $606,333 57. Interest, $39,670 13; dividends, 2 per cent. and U. S., tax, $60,210 52. Deficit, $38,765 25.

General Balances (December 1, 1869).–Capital stock, 28,600 shares, $2,860,000; funded debt (1st mortgage, sinking fund, 6 per cent. bonds, due July 1, 1883), $724,500; floating debt, $111,646 30.

Per contra: Cost of construction (main line, $3,217,373 43 ; Greenfield Branch, $248,570 08; and Turner's Falls Branch (in progress), $121,822 77), $3,587,766 38; stocks and bonds, $2,500; real estate, $29,196 26; building and furniture, $17,166 35; sinking fund, $28,000 ; fuel and materials, $15,098 25 ; cash and loans, $64,916 10.

Statement showing the Stock, Debt, Cost of Road, Nett and Gross Earnings and Dividends paid for ten years :

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Directors (elected February 19, 1869).—Daniel S. Richardson, Lowell, Mass. ;
William H. Hill and James A. Draper, Boston, Mass. ; Francis Goodhue, Brattleboro',
Vt.; Geo. F. Fay, Fitchburg, Mass.
DANIEL S. RICHARDSON-President.....

Boston, Mass.
Treasurer--Franklin N, Poor.
Boston. Road Master-A. G. Moulton

Athol. Secretary-B. D. Locke.

Mast. of Mach'y-Wm. F. Kenney Fitchburg, Superintendent--0. T. Ruggles

Fitchburg. Mast. Car Rep':-Jacob_Marsh. Chief Clerk-B. N. Bullock..

Mast. Transportin---Z. F. Young.. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE..

Fitchburg, Worcester Co., Mass. GENERAL OFFICE....

Boston (13 Exchange St.), Mass.

DANVILLE, HAZLETON AND WILKESBARRE RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Sunbury, Pa., to IIazleton, Pa.
Branch: Black Creek to Wilkesbarre.....
Gauge of track, 4 feet 8} inches. Weight of rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

.51 miles. 22

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