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ing is a statement of capital, bonds and debt, and of cost of railroad, equipment, etc., for the years 1863-69, inclusive:

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Capital paid in.
Funded debt..
Floating debt.

Total

$4,422,923 $6.218,042 $6,563,250 $6,962,971 $9,981,500 $13,932, 700 $16,020,800 8,938, 750 7,737,689 7,762,810 7,227,460 6,391,550 6,074,960 4,309,220 4,167 1,167 1,167 1,167

1,167 1,167 1,167

$13,364,940 $13,956,889 $14,327,257 $14,191,598 $16,377,217, $20,008,827) $20,331, 187

Per contra : Charges on the following accounts, viz:

Railroad...
Equipment...
Engineering, etc...
Discounts, etc....
Horses, harness, etc.

10,434,880 10,774,017 10,970,884 11,095,338 12,841,734 14,369,370 15,045,504 1,474,528 1,616,414 1,969,334 2,125,600 2,310,404 2,516,607 2,572,227

708,902 708,902 708,902 708,902 708,914 710.014 710.014 1,570,514 1,570,514 1,570,514 1,570,514 1,570,514 1,570,514 1,570,514

44,951 43,471 43,471 19,484 21,278

Total
Cost p. mile of road.

$14,188,824 $14,669,817 15,261,586 $15,543.825 $17.505,037 $19,185,989 $19,919,537 98,533 50 101,873 94 106,004 07 107,943 23 121.562 75 133,236 138,330 $823,881 $712,958 $937,329 $1,352,227 $1,127,820

Cost over capital...

Under a resolution of a called meeting of the stockholders, held November 30, 1868, the capital stock was increased by $2,100,000, distributed at par, pro rata, and payable on or before January 20, 1869. This issue was made for the purpose of taking up certain bonds maturing in 1869–70.

The funded debt outstanding September 30, 1869, was as follows:

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Under the head of " discounts, etc.,” are comprised—the loss in negotiating bonds and loans, commissions paid, interest to stockholders, etc., prior to 1855.

Since the close of the last fiscal year, the Hudson River Railroad has been consolidated with the New York Central Railroad. For the terms of the consolidation, see statement of the latter road.

Directors (elected June, 1869).—Cornelius Vanderbilt, Wm. H, Vanderbilt, Hor-
ace F. Clark, Augustus Schell and John M. Tobin, New York City; D. Thomas Vail,
Troy, N Y.; James H. Banker, Oliver Charlick, Wm. A. Kissam, Joseph Harker,
M. H. Sanford, Samuel Barton and James M. Marvin, New York City.
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT-President....

New York City.
William H. Vanderbilt, Vice-President..

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PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS....No. 470 W. 30th St., New York City.

PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE CENTRAL RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.-W.C. & P. RR., Pa., to Col. & P. D. RR. Junction, Md .46.00 m. :

Chester Creek RR.-Lamokin (P. W. & B.RR.) to Lenni.. 7.25

Columbia & Pt. Deposit RR.—Junction to Port Deposit..4.87—12.12 Sidings, 5.5 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 8 inches. Rail, 50 and 57 lbs. to yard.

The trains of this Company use the Westchester and Philadelphia to and from Philadelphia, 18 miles.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 6. Cars—Passenger, 6; baggage, mail and express, 2; freight, 63—total, 71 cars. More than half of the cars are hired of Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Company.

Operations for the year ending October 31, 1869 :

Trains run-passenger, 64,533; freight, 50,191 ; gravel, 9,500—total, 124,224 miles. Passengers carried, 162,980. Gross earnings-passenger, $99,099 46; freight, $92,696 71 ; mail and express, $4,130; other, $746 33—total, $196,672 50. Operating expenses and taxes, $187,400 54. Nett earnings, $9,271 96.

General Balances.- Capital stock, 4,302 shares, $218,000; funded debt, 1st mortgage 7 p. c. bonds, due January 1, 1891, $800,000; floating debt, $291,686 30— total stock, bonds and debt, $1,309,686 30.

Per contra: Construction, $1,345,811 55; equipment, $70,164 16—$1,415,975 71. Financial condition and results of operations for ten years :

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The Phila., Wilm. and Baltimore Railroad Company owns a majority of the capital stock, and hence has a controlling interest in the management.

Directors.-S. M. Felton, Isaac Hinckley and R. II. Lamborn, Philadelphia, Pa.; David Woelpper, Chadd's Ford, Pa.; Aaron Baker, Avondale, Pa. ; Milton Conrad, West Grove, Pa.; James A. Strawbridge, Elkview, Pa.; G. D. Armstrong, New London, Pa.; Samuel Dickey, Oxford, Pa.; Edwin Hayes, Rising Sun, Md.; Jacob Tome, Port Deposit, Md. ; Thomas Donaldson, Baltimore, Md.

HENRY WoodPresident and Superintendent.....Philadelphia, Pa. Secretary..... Joseph Huddell. | Treasurer....James R. Ramsey. | Eng. & Asst. Supt. John M. Hood. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Philadelphia, Pa.

OIL CITY AND PITHIOLE BRANCII RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Pithole, Pa., to Oleopolis, Pa.....

.7 miles. Sidings, 1 mile. Gauge of track, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 56 and 62 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 2. Cars-Passenger, 2; baggage, mail and express, 1 ; freight, 25—total, 28 cars.

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Operations for the year ending October 31, 1869 (in hands of a Sequestrator):

Trains (mixed) run, 9,000 miles. Passengers carried, 5,500. Gross earningspassenger, $2,686 62 ; freight, $30,590 42; mail and express, $149 07; use of cars, $96– total, $33,522 11. Operating expenses, $24,888 29. Nett earnings, $8,633 82.

General Balances-Capital stock, 10,000 shares, $500,000; paid in, $485,000 ; floating debt, $190,000. Cost of road and equipment, $675,000.

Directors.-William Thorp, William Reynolds and J. J. Shyrock, Meadville,
Pa.; Thomas B. Porteous and J. J. Vandegrift, Oil City, Pa.
WILLIAM THORP-President.....

Meadville, Pa.
George V. Forman-Sequestrator....
Treasurer (for Sequestrator).......J. R. Campbell. | Superintendent..

W. W. Bronson. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Oil City, Venango Co., Pa.

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MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.

Branches : {Muscommen, to Spmerville, Tenn....

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

.272 miles.

13 Tuscumbia, Ala., Florence,

6- 19 Total length of main and branch lines owned by Company.... ..291 miles.

At the annual meeting (Aug. 25, 1869), the directors were empowered to lease or purchase the Decherd, Winchester and Fayetteville Railroad, and to build a branch road from Huntsville to intersect that road at guch point as the Board might select.

Rolling Stock (July 1, 1868). —Locomotives, 54. Cars-passenger, sleeping, 2; 1st class, 24; 2d class, 11; baggage, 7; box, 370; platform, 175; stock, 18; other, 82—total, 602.

Operations for the year ending June 30, 1869.— Trains run-passenger, 422,244 ; freight, 286,553; ditching, wood and other, 87,772—total, 816,569. Passengers carried -through, 39,203 ; local, 195,263 ; commutation, 27,290—261,756. Cotton carried, 119,639 bales. Gross receipts-passenger, $600,544 37; freight, $478,133 25; mail, $34,371 53 ; express, etc., $69,710 07—total, $1,182,759 22. Transportation expenses, $781,546 27 ; nett earnings, $401,212 95.

Comparative statement of earnings and expenses for a series of years :

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Profit and loss account, 1868-69 : Nett earnings, $ 101,212 45 ; interest abated by Legislature, $77,112 55; error in last account, $ 180; discount on coupon bonds, $413,562 44; discount on 2d mortgage bonds, $257,247 33 ; 272 shares Southern Express stock, 27,200 ; collected from defaulting agent, $500.

Per contra : Deficit from last year, $433,673 33 ; loss, S. & N. Ala. RR., $62,100; notes remitted, $1,577 ; legislative expenses, $2,200; three engines, scrap, $17,503 21 ; dividend, 3 p. c., $159,381 75; interest (on State bonds, $88,437 34; and exchange, $3,696 84; on Company bonds, $156,555), $248,689 18; taxes, national and local, $26,038 39; balance, $226,152 41..

Total, $1,177,315 27. General Balances (July 1, 1969).--Capital stock, $5,312,725; funded debt (Tenn. State loans, $1,817,937 45; 1st mortgage 7 p. c. convertible bonds, due 1880, $1,293,000; 2d mortgage 7 p. c. bonds, due January 1, 1885, $1,000,000), $4,110,937 45; floating debt, $513,355 33 ; profit and loss, $99,667 03 ; suspense account, $10,505 87; nett receipts, 1868–69, $101,212 75.

Per contra : Construction, $8,583,733 34; stocks owned, $354,166 16; road materials, $173,737 42; interest and exchange, $248,689 18; taxes, $26,038 39 ; bills receivable, $39,564 86 ; coupon bonds, $96,500; sundry accounts, $317,826 63 ; banks, $42,106 98 ; cash on hand, $66,040 67....

Total, $10,448,403 63. Statement of capital and bond account for five years :

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Directors (elected August 25, 1869).—On part of Stockholders : W. B. Waldran, Memphis, Tenn.; George P. Beirne, James I. Donegan and Joseph C. Bradley, Huntsville, Ala. ; William Dickson, Dickson, Ala. ; Samuel D. Weakley, Florence, Ala.; R. C. Brinkley, Memphis, Tenn. ; Pitser Miller, Bolivar, Tenn.; Moses J. Wicks, Memphis, Tenn. On part of City of Charleston : W. S. Hastie and Edward Willis, Charleston. On part of State of Tennessee : Joel L. Pulliam, Somerville, Tenn.; W. J. Smith, Memphis, Tenn.; M. T. Ryder, Nashville, Tenn. Moses J. WICKS--Pesident...

... Memphis, Tenn. Treas. | E. D.-Samuel R. Cruse.. Huntsville, Ala. S

Supt. Bridges-E. H. Richardson. Tuscumbia, Ala. & Sec. W. D.---Geo. Robertson. Memphis, Tenn. Road MasterJ. M. Jackson.... Memphis, Tenn. General Supt.-W. J. Ross..

Mast Mach'y--Mich. Burke... Asst. E. D.-C. S. Williams.... Huntsville, Ala. Mast Car Rep'r8.-A. W. Drew.. Supts. W. D.-C. L. Anderson. Memphis, Tenn. Gen. Ticket Agent-A. A. Barnes Chief Eng.-Niles Merriwether..

Gen. Fgt. Agent-J. C. Lopez.... Transfer Agts.-Winslow, Lanier & Co.N.Y.City. | Purch. Agt.-F. W. Robertson.. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS...

. Memphis, Tenn. Transfer Office....

Nos. 27 and 29 Pine St., New York City.

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JEFFERSONVILLE, MADISON AND INDIANAPOLIS RR.

(Consolidation May 1, 1866, of the Jeffersonville, and the Indianapolis & Madison RR.)

Line of Road.-- Jeffersonville (opp. Louisville), Ind., to Indianapolis, Ind.108 m. Branches : Columbus (46 m. S. Indianapolis), Ind., to Madison, Ind..... 46

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, Ind., to New Albany, Ind...

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.160 m. Total length of main line and branches owned by Company....

Columbus and Shelbyville RR.-Columbus to Shelbyville... 24 Operated : 3 Shelby and Rushville RR.-Shelbyville to Rushville........ 20 L. Erie and Louisville RR.—Rushville to Cambridge City... 21— 65 “

225 m. Total length of all lines and branches operated..... Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 37. Cars—passenger, 28; baggage, mail and express, 15; freight (box, 283; stock, 39; platform, 152; coal, 75), 549—total, 592

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.—Gross earnings—passenger, $149,882 71 ; freight, $616,603 55; express, $47,513 31; mail, $26,100—total, $1,140,099 57. Operating expenses, including taxes, etc., $736,613. Nett earnings, $403,486 57, from which was paid for interest on funded debt, $203,207 50, and for surplus carried to profit and loss, $200,279 07.

General Balances.—Capital stock, $2,000,000; funded debt, $3,101,000; temporary bond account, $49,000'; surplus fund of Jeffersonville Railroad Company, $770,445 64; profit and loss, J. M. & Ind. RR. Co., $862,477 32; capital stock sinking fund, $28,941 61 ; bills payable, $225,666 67; current dues--to railroad companies, $118,218 20; to other associations and individuals, $165,352 93—total, $283,571 13.

Per contra : Road and rolling stock, $6,027,342 44; investments-railroad bonds, $306,000; Louisville Bridge stock, $300,000 ; Lake Erie and Louisville RR. (Rushville to Cambridge City), $201,210 29; real estate, $72,622 85—total, $879,833 14; bills receivable, $17,938 : cash on hand, $20,988 ; current dues—by U. States, $6,735 ; by railroad companies, $52,060 45; by other associations and individuals, $39,733 90 ; by agents, $87,708 73—total $186,238 08 ; bridge track, $73,431 40 ; materials on hand, $115,331 31..

Total, $7,321,102 37. Affairs and operations of Company for four years :

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Statement of the funded debt of the Company as now outstanding :

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Of these issues the Company have purchased and now hold as investments (as shown in balance sheet), $306,000, viz. : Jeffersonville bonds, $40,000 ; Indianapolis and Madison bonds, $190,000; City of Louisville bonds, $76,000; leaving a nett funded debt of $2,795,000.

Directors (elected May 17, 1869).—Dillard Ricketts, Indianapolis, Ind. ; Samuel H. Patterson, Jeffersonville, Ind.; James L. Bradley, Edinburg, Ind. ; Richard J. Bright and M. Fitz-Gibbon, Indianapolis, Ind. ; Samuel A. Hartwell, William B. Hamilton and William B. Caldwell, Louisville, Ky. ; W. C. De Pauw, New Albany, Ind. ; William D. Thompson and Lucius Tuckerman, New York City ; Lawrason Riggs, Baltimore, Md. DILLARD RICKETTS—President.....

Indianapolis, Ind Treasurer-J. H. McCampbell, Indianapolis, Ind. Master Mach'y-R. Wells.. .Jeffersonville, Ind. Secretary-Geo. S. McKiernan..

Mast. Car Rep.-John Higgins. Gen. Supt.-Horace Scott....

Gen. Tkt. Agt.-Sam. E. Carey. Road Maxter-Wm. H. Jones..... Columbus, Gen. Fgt. Agt.-Thos. Carse... Louisville, Ky. Supt. of BridgesLevi Hege..

Pur. Agt.-R. J. Elvin.... ..Jeffersonville, Ind. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

..Jeffersonville, Ind.

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