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GETTYSBURG RAILROAD.

(Operated by Hanover Branch Railroad Company.)

Line of Road.-Hanover, Pa., to Gettysburg, Pa......

17 miles. Rolling Stock.-Locomotives, 2; and passenger car, 1. Capital stock, $118,000; and funded debt, etc., $195,000.

ROBERT McCurdy-Sequestrator and Superintendent.. Gettysburg, Pa. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Gettysburg, Adams Co., Pa.

DETROIT AND MILWAUKEE RAILROAD.

(Leased and operated by Great Western Railway Company of Canada.)

Line of Road.--Detroit, Mich., to Grand Haven, Mich...

.189 miles. Steam Ferry, Grand Haven, Mich., to Milwaukee, Wisc....

85 Sidings, turnouts, etc., 19 miles. Gauge, 4 feet &} inches. Rail, 60 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.---Locomotive engines, 34. Cars-passenger, 30; baggage, mail and express, 21; and freight, viz. : (box and cattle, 337; and platform, 187), 524-total, 575 cars. Also, 3 service cars.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869 :

Trains run-passenger, 209,088; freight, 283,580 ; and other, 121,575—total, 614,243 miles. Passengers carried, 447,0114. Freight moved, 317,115 tons.

Gross earnings-passenger, $694,251 49; freight and live stock, $871,281 80 ; mail, express, etc., $46,934 89, and other, $3,150 09—total, $1,615,618 27. Operating, repairs, etc., including taxes, $949,351 26. Nett earnings, $666,267 01. Interest on bonds, $198,983 21 ; dividends and U. S. tax on preferred stock, three half years, $146,650; miscellaneous, $20,000; and surplus to credit, $1,350.

Statement of operations and results since reorganization, October 24, 1860 :

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General Balances.--Abstract of Ledger statement, Jan. 1, 1870 :

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Capital Stock, common

preferred.
Funded debt
Other Liabilities.
Income Balance..
Profit and loss...

$1,017,350 00 Road and equipment
1,300.000 00 Stocks and bonds.
6,825,017 75 Materials and fuel.
397,011 28 ! Bills receivable...

101.063 41 ! Other current assets.
1,931,881 98 Balances duc and cash.

$11,467,220 41

53,000 00 111,383 70 23,000 00

7,775 11 156,003 20

Total,

$11,818,384 42

Total.

.$11,818,384 42

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Directors (elected October 4, 1869).-C. C. Trowbridge, H. H. Walker, E. A.
Brush and C. H. Buhl, Detroit, Mich.; Donald McInnes, Joseph Price and Æmilius
Irving, Hamilton; James Hamilton, Flamboro, Can.; and Hugh Allan, Montreal.
C. C. TROWBRIDGE-President....

Detroit, Mich.
Joseph Price— Vice-President..

Hamilton, Can.
Treas, & Sec.--James H. Muir.....Detroit, Mich. Mechanical Supt.-Ben. Baiscoe....Detroit, Mich.
Superintendent-Thomas Bell

Gen. Fgt. Agt.-Alfred White..... Chief Engineer-Geo. Lowe Reid. Hamilton, Ca. Purchasing Agt.-Robt.c. Falconer, Resident Eng.-George Masson....Detroit, Mich. Bankers-2d National Bank. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS...

.Detroit, Mich. London (Eng.) Agency.. Brackstone Baker, No. 26 Gresham House, Old Broad St.

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HUNTINGDON AND BROAD TOP MOUNTAIN RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.-Huntingdon (Pa. RR., 204 m. W. Phila.) to Mt. Dallas, Pa.44.00 m. Branches : Shoup's Run, 9.25 ; Six Mile Run, 4.5; and Sandy Run, 1.... . 14.75 Total length of main and branch line owned by Company.

58.75 m. Sidings and other track, 12 miles. Gauge, 4 ft. 84 inches. Rail, 56 and 60 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 15. Cars-passenger, 3; baggage, mail and express, 3; freight, 8; and coal, 50—total, 62 cars.

Cars of connecting road and individuals are run on the road.

Operations for the year ending October 31, 1869. — Trains run—passenger, 40,558; and freight and coal, 145,219-total, 191,777 miles. Passengers carriedthrough, 5,351; and local, 26,900—total, 32,254. Freight moved-bituminous coal, 355,608; iron and iron ores, 30,870; lime and limestone, 3,729 ; lumber, 4,955, etctotal, 404,297 short tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $27,063 24; freight, $254,483 29 ; mail and express, $3,186 ; and other, $6,835 75-total, $291,564 28.

General Balances.-Capital stock-common, $ 194,380, and preferred, $212,200 -total $706,580; funded debt—1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due September 30, 1870, $116,000; 2d mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due February 1, 1875, $367,500; 3d mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due March 31, 1895, $991,000—total, $1,774,500; and floating debt, 6 and 7 per cent. scrip, etc., $153,114 16. Total stock, bonds and debt, $2,634,194 16. Per contra: Cost of road and rolling stock, $2,202,147 02.

Directors.--Rathmell Wilson, James W. Paul, James Long, William Whittaker, Samuel J. Christian, Joseph H. Trotter, C. D. Invilliers, Edward Roberts, John

Devereux, John B. Wood and William Cummings, Philadelphia, Pa.; and A. P.
Wilson, Huntingdon, Pa.
B. ANDREWS KNIGHT— President....

Philadelphia, Pa.
Sec. and Treas.-J. P. Aertsen., Philadelphia, Pa. / SuperintendentJohn M'Killips. Philadelphia, Pa.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS

Philadelphia, Pa.

NAUGATUCK RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Junction (5 m. E. Bridgeport), Ct., to Winsted, Ct.....57 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 44 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 57 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.- Locomotive engines, 10. Cars-passenger, 11 ; baggage, mail and express, 5; and freight, 230—total, 246 cars.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.— Trains run-passenger, 73,879 ; freight, 123,903—total, 197,782 miles. Passengers carried, 323,269. Freight moved, 168,840 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $200,426 86 ; freight, $354,695 14; mail, express, etc., $15,016; and other, $19,790 62—total, $589,928 62. Operating expenses, including taxes, $399,523 37. Nett earnings, $190,405 25. Interest on bonds paid, $10,325 ; dividends, $164,681 ; balance, $15,399 25.

General Balances.—Statement of December 31, 1869 :

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Directors (elected February 15, 1870).—William D. Bishop, Russell Tomlinson and Nathaniel Wheeler, Bridgeport, Ct. ; Green Kendrick, Waterbury, Ct.; N. A. Baldwin, Milford, Ct. ; J. B. Robertson, New Haven, Ct.; A. L. Dennis, Newark, N. J.; J. G. Wetmore, Winsted, Ct.; and R. M. Bassett, Derby, Ct.

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BELVIDERE DELAWARE RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.—Manunka Chunk, N. J., to Trenton, N. J.......... .67 miles. Flemington RR. (leased)-Lambertville to Flemington, N. J..

12 Sidings and other tracks, 8 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 10 in. Rail, 50 to 56 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 23. Cars—passenger, 20; baggage, mail and express, 6; freight, 238; and coal, 574—total, 838 cars. Also, 41 service cars.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.— Trains run-passenger, 101,947; freight, 48,982 ; mixed, 15,210; coal, 116,040 ; and other, 15,949—total, 298,128 miles. Gross earnings—passenger, $166,375 96 ; freight, $163,412 88; coal, $434,162 55 ; and other, $84,930 63—total, $818,881 52. Operating expenses, including taxes, $578,629 94. Nett earnings, $270,251 58. Interest on bonds paid, $181,002 61. Balance to credit of income, $89,248 97.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $995,800. Funded debt—1st mortgage 6 p. c. bonds of June, 1862, due 1877, $1,000,000; 2d mortgage 6 p. c. bonds of September, 1854, due 1885, $499,500; and 3d mortgage 6 p. c. bonds of February, 1857, due 1887, $745,000—total, $2,244,500; temporary loans, $166,465 ; and due other Companies, $ 736,170 88. Per contra: Railroad and rolling stock, $3,546,852 01.

Statement of financial condition and operations for ten years :

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Directors (elected July, 1869).—Charles Sitgreaves, Phillipsburg, N. J.: Richard Stockton, Princeton, N. J.; Robert F. Stockton, Trenton, N. J.; Ashbel Welch, Lambertville, N. J.; G. M. Robinson, Camben, N. J.; Charles Bartles, Flemington, N. J.; Lewis Perrine, Benjamin Fish and John G. Stevens, Trenton, N. J. CHARLES SITGREAVES-President....

.Phillipsburg, N. J. Treas, & Sec'y-R. F. Stockton. ... Trenton, N. J. Mast. Machoy R. McDowell.. Lambertville, N. J. Gen. Supt.& Ch.Eng.-A. Welch. Lambertville " & Car Reps. Asst. Supt.-J. A. Anderson..

Mast. Transp.-W. L. Anderson., Belvidere, Asst. Engineer--T. B. Fidler.

Gen. T'icket Agt.-A. C. Davis. Lambertville,

Gen. Fgt. Agt.-A. B. Green....... Trenton, Road Masters George Ely

W. L. Anderson...Belvidere Gen. Bookkeeper--Hugh B. Ely.Lambertville, PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. Lambertville, Hunterdon Co., N. J.

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FLEMINGTON RAILROAD.

(Operated under permanent lease by Belvidere Delaware Company.)

. 12 miles.

Line of Road.-Lambertville, N. J., to Flemington, N. J.
Operations.-Included in lessees' report.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $150,000; funded debt (1st mortgage 6 p. c. bonds), $100,005; floating debt, $125,000. Per contra : Cost of road, etc., $375,000.

Directors (elected July, 1869).-Charles Bartles, Hugh Capner, William P. Emery, John G. Reading and Alexander Wurts, Flemington, N. J.; R. F. Stockton Trenton, N. J.; Richard Stockton, Princeton, N. J.; Benjamin Fish, Trenton, N. J. CHARLES BARTLES— President...

Flemington, N. J. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. .Flemington, Hunterdon Co., N. J.

PROVIDENCE AND WORCESTER RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.-Providence, R. I., to Worcester, Mass....... 43.41 miles. Leased: 'Milford and Woonsocket Railroad (rent $5,000 per annum)......3.88 Second track, 17.41 ; and sidings 12 m. Gauge, 4 feet 84 in. Rail, 56 to 63 lbs. to yd.

Rolling Stock (December 1, 1869).—Locomotive engines, 21. Cars-passenger, 24 ; baggage, 5; merchandize, 352, viz: 8-wheel, 175; 4-wheel, 76; and 8-wheel lumber, 101 ; and 4-wheel coal, 460–812 ; or equiv. 8-wheel, 573.

Operations for the year ending November 30, 1869.—Trains run (passenger, 166,710; freight, 208,845; and other, 32,610), 408,165 miles. Passengers carried, 1,379,960 ; travel, 12,258,435 miles. Freight moved, 393,558 tons; transportation, 12,300,450 miles. Gross earnings (passenger, $324,224 40; freight, $451,852 23; mails, $14,041 42; and rents, $3,183 37),$793,301 42 ; and working expenses, $586,730 53; nett earnings. $206,570 89. Interest, $1,452 89 ; dividends (10 per cent.), $200,000; surplus, $5,118.

General Balances (December 1, 1869). -Capital stock, $2,000,000; notes payable, $55,000 ; dividends unclaimed, $1,685 ; dividend No. 35 (5 p. c.), $100,000; due connecting lines, $67,306 15; surplus earnings, $25,544 02.

Per contra : Construction (road, $1,558,297 20; locomotives, $166,609 35; and cars, $308,865 63), $2,033,772 18; fuel and supplies, $104,439 80; cash, $116,043 19 ; note, $280. Total, $2,254,535 17.

Statement of capital, cost and operations for 10 years :

Fiscal Ligth Years. of

Road.

Stock and Debt, Nov. 30.

Carried one Mile. Earnings.

Road and
Stock. Bonds. Debt. Equipın't Passengʻrs Tonnage. Gross. Nett.

Div.

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The contemplated branch to tide-water will be paid for by an issue of new stock.

Directors (elected February, 1969).—Eurl P. Mason, James Y. Smith, Alexander De Witt, Paul Whitin, IIarvey Chase, Isaac Davis, Isaac H. Southwick, Henry Chapin, William S. Slater, John Carter Brown, Gideon L. Spencer, Elijah B. Stoddard, Horatio N. Slater, Jr., Lyman H. Cook, Estus Lamb. Earl P. Mason-President....

... Providence, R. I. Treas, and Clerk-John R. Balch..... Providence. Master of Machinery-Joseph Kelly., Providence. Superintenden!---William D. Hilton..

Mast. of Car Rep.-Olney L. Smith... Mást. of Transp.-Julius E. Bacon.... Worcester. Gen. Tkt. Ag! - William M. Durfee.. Purch. Agent-William D. Hilton.... Providence. Gen. Frgt. Agt.-Edgar G. Windsor..

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. Exchange Pl., Providence, R. I.

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