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Second track and sidings, 100 miles. Gauge, 6 feet. Rail, 56, 60 and 65 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock (July 1, 1869).---Locomotive engines, 156. Cars—passenger, 83 ; express and baggage, 36; freight, 3,357-total, 3,476 cars. Also, 12 other cars.

Operations for the year ending June 30, 1869 :

Trains run--passenger, 740,646 ; freight, 2,838,829; other, 264,650-total, 3,814,125 miles.

Passengers carried, 882,894; carried one mile, 42,652,418.
Freight moved, 2,175,31.5 tons; moved one mile, 319,717,106 tons.

Gross earnings-passenger, $892,169 21; freight, $1,022,915 14; mail and express, $104,602 47 ; other, $77,680 49—total, $5,097,367 30. Operating expenses, including taxes, etc., $3,459,288 96. Nett earnings, $1,638,078 31. Rent of Cleveland and Mahoning Railroad, $273,072 60; renewals, $307,713 88; miscellaneous, $320,194 49. Also, expended for general construction, $816,266 75.

General Balances.--Capital stock, $30,000,000; funded debt, $29,999,900; interest on same to September 25, 1860, $6,897,572 50; debenturos, $14,000,000; floating debt-foreign, $12,000,000; domestic, $1,000,000-$13,090,000; total stock, bonds and debt, $93,897,472 50.

The funded debt comprises the following issues of bonds:

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The characteristics, operatiors, etc., of the road, as alove, pre taken from three separate reports. The first, from July 1 to December 12, 1868, by Robert D. Potter, receiver; the second, from Dec. 133, 1868, to April 8, 1867, by the Erie Railway Company, lessees; the thiru, from April 9, 1969, to June 30, 1869, by Jay Gould ind W. Archdall O'Doherty, receivers. Jay Gould and W. ARCILL O'DORTY

Rr. N. Y. City.
Treasurer.
J. D. White. Irenera! PLS? Igent..

Wm. R. Barr. General Superintendent.

Genrl frei!! A gent, B. W. Blanchard, Auditor...

.C. W. Winslow. | Asistan tro at Agent. ...J. M. Osborn. RECEIVER'S ADDRESS.

Box 839 Post Office, New York City.

L.! Riker.

GREENWICII AND JOIINSONVILLE RR. (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Johnsonville, N. Y., tv Greenwich, N. Y...... 14 miles.

Capital stock, $150,000; subscribeul, $137,700 ; paid in, $94,600. Funded debt, 1st mortgage 7 P. c. bonds, $18,00). Cost of road, etc., to October, 1, 1859, $111,40).

Directors.-Wm. M. Holmes, J. G. Parker, İlarvey Wilcox, R. W. Lowber, Adam Cotterell, W'm. I. Puerer, W.!!!d;, Ilen y L. Mowry, Andrew Thomp

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s 'n and Edwin Andrews, Greenwich, N. Y.; Wm. D. Robinson, North Greenwich,
N. Y.; Thomas Whiteside and E. S. Kenyon, Centre Cambridge, N. Y.
WILLIAMS M. HOLMES-President....

Greenwich, N. Y.
Treasurer........
Edwin Andrews. | Engineer...

P. H. Green,
Secretary
.Harvey Wilcox. | Superintendent.

. Amos Bobinrieth. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Greenwich, N. Y.

IONIA AND LANSING RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line or Road.-Lansing, Mich., to Pentwater (Lake Mich.), Mich..... 130 miles. Complete and in operation Lizing t) Ionia.....

37 Graded an i ready for the iron, Ionia t) Greenville.

19 Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to the yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 4. Cars-box freight, 2); platform, 40.

General Balances.-Capital stock, authorized, $1,200,000; paid in, $13),000. Manicipal aid to the amount of $! 19,003 was donated for the road between Lansing and Greenville. The Company have issued $770,00) 1st mortgage 8 per cent. bonds. due 1889, on the same portion of the line.

Directors.-IIampton Rich, Freilerick H11, Osmond Town, John C. Blanchard,
W. P. Burhaus, Ionia, Mich.; Chas. Borland, Stephen Bingham, Lansing, Mich. ; R.
B. Smith, I. Barton, Jimes Newman, Portland, Mich. ; M. F. Jennison, Eugle,
Mich.; Peter Kent, Grand Leilge, Mich.; James F. Joy, Detroit, Mich.
H. RICI -President and Treasurer..

.Ionia, Mich.
C. Borland-Vice-President.....

Lansing.
Secretary-A. F. Bell.
Ionia. Rod Master-P. McCarty.

Ionis, Gen. Supl.-E. H. Leaming

Mast. Nchinery-H1. Loughlin,

Portland. Assistant Supl.-R. J. Briscoe.. Lansing. | Chief Engineer-E. 1. Leaming.

lonia, PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Lansing, Mich.

GLENS FALLS RAILROAD.

(Leased and operated by Rensselaer and Saratoga Railroad Company.)

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Line of Road.-Fort Edward, N. Y., to Glens Falls, N. Y........ 5.76 miles. Sidings, etc., 0.722 mile. Gauge, 4 feet 81 inches. R::il, 60 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock, Operations, etc.--Included in return of lessees.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $200,000; paid in, $96,639 50 ; funded debt, 1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, $125,000. Per contra : Cost of road, etc., $221,63) 50.

Directors.-George II. Cramer, E. Thompson Gale, J. M. Warren, George B.
Warren, John A. Griswold, J. L. Van Schoonhoven, W. II. Shepard, Thou. White,
D. Southwick, Geo. M. Tibbitts and W. Howard Hart, Troy, N. Y.; B. E. Batez,
Boston, Mass.; Daniel S. Miller, New York City.
GEORGE H. CRAMER-President.....

Troy, N. Y.
Treas, and Sec... ......H. C. Lockwood. I Superintenden!.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

. Troy, N. Y.

.I. V. Baker

NEW YORK AND HARLEM RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.-New York City to Dover Plains, N. Y. Extension: Dover Plains, N. Y., to Chatham Four Corners, N. Y. Branch: Junction (9 m. N. New York City) to Port Morris, N. Y

.80.25 miles.
50.50
2.12

Total length of line owned by Company.

132.87 miles. Second track and sidings, 45.50 miles. Gauge, 4 ft. 8} in. Rail, 56 to 64 lbs. to yd.

The Boston and Albany Railroad is used from Chatham Four Corners to Albany, 24 miles.

Rolling Stock (September 30).—Statement of locomotive engines and cars (rated 8-wheel) in use on the line at date, annually:

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Operations (years endling September 30).--Statement showing the “ doings in transportation,” the earnings and expenses, etc., 1862–3 to 1868–9, inclusive:

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Passenger.. 213,011 350,532 368,379 385,583 393,878 383,907 390,827
Freicht.

371.159 365,502 419.089 455,221 391.212 310, 168 Milcs rin

335,527 Service

22.005 33,219 33.897 18,584 26,389 21,815 by trains:

19,319 Total 611,505 759,253 821,365

859,488 811,709 746,220 715.703 Miles by N.Y.& N.H.tr'ns 166.330 181.957 196,011 201, 107 212,197 210,583 227.815 City Line cars.

635,611 785,916 801,612 960,641 913, 146 885,141 952,308 Regular.

610.861 9.24.298 1.035,916 1,113,982 1,207,486 1,275,764: 1.218,361 Pass'gers | Commuting.. 171,016 183,491 207,629 233,550 813.315 391,814 419,832 carried : Total

811.877 1,177.789 1,213 515 1,407,5:32 1,580,831 1.667.578 1,668.133 City Line passengers. 4,265, 1905,795, 238 7,193,476, 7,391,683' 7,019,823 7,090,197 7,533,279

1 Regular. Pasagers

11.501.611 17,127,869 33.901.143 25,739,004 21.646.963 24.781.777 22.733, 167 carried

Commuting. 3,512,716 3,814,702 4,192, 210 4,815,300 4,753,750 4,850,230 5,219,975 one mile:

Total 15,014,360 20,912,631 38,093,353 30,584,310 299,430,713 29.632,027 27.953,142 Miles by City Line pass'r6,3:39,295 8.692,857 10,790,214 11,087,524 10,574,734 10,635,2:15, 11,299,918 Tons of freight moved. 233,981 236,467

239,603

298,206 261,428 287,5.52 311,104 Tons carried one mile.... 18,201,839 15,571,828 17,153,976 22, 107,033 16,151,304 15,852,537 17,178,6:15

Passengers 8.512.175 $135,161 $1.053.315 $1,130,875 $1.086.312 $1.095,201 $1,097,670
Freight

701,320 861,558 1.093,66 1.300,183 1,167.621 1.208,576 1,258.512 Gross

192,931 250.709 352,742 352,611 431,158 452, 135 420.678 Earnings:

Total $1,412,426 $1,860,428 $2,509,725 $2,783,699 $2,688,121 $2,756,232 $2,776.890 Operating expenses.

910,9171 1,405.820 1,871,677 1.661.330 1,521,636 1,772,687 1,817,145 Nett earnings (profits). 471,509 450,608 635,048 1,119,369 1,166,485 983,515 959.745

10.691 Earnings...

14.002 18,888 20,950 20.231 20.744 Per miles

20.998 Expenses.

7,042 10.610 14,109 12.526 11.452 13,312 of road:

14,170 Profits.

3,519 3,392 4,779 8,424 8,779 7.402 6. 128 Expenses to earn gs-p.c. 66.62 75.77 74.69 59.79 56.61 64.32 65.43

Other..

Income Account (years ending September 30).—State of receipts from all sources and disbursements on all accounts for seven years:

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Passenger

$512,175 $735,161 $1,053,315 31.130,875 $1,086,"42 $1,095,201 $1.097,670 Freight.

707,320 861,558 1.093,669 1,300,183 1.167.621 1,208,576 1,238.512 16 Mail.

6,325 6,525

6.525

6,525 11,419 13,050 13,050 00 Express.

3.217 5.331 86,701 45.931 100.593 126,637 78.145 27 Rents.

20,905 24,147

50,231 57,212 61.065 50,161 52.0859 Haulage (N. Y, & N. H. RR.)...

80,957 71,119

72.169 73,218 78,731 45 Miscellaneous 833 1.528 1,969 1,063 4.622 1,274

999 95 N. Y. & N. H. RR. CO. 161,451 223, 175 186,296 170,761 181.269 188,112 197.641 42

Gross earnings.. $1,412,426 $1,860,428 $2,509,725, $2,783,699. $2,6 8,1.1 $2.756,232 $2,776,890 7.)

Disbursed on the following accounts, viz.: Operating expenses.

940,917 1,409,820 1,874,677 1,664,330 1.521.636 1,772,687, 1.817,145 72 Interest. 413.108 132, 140 420,266

419,414 395.087

375,467 340,904 29 Sinking fund.

15,000 U. S. tax on earnings.. 16,738

66.033 22. 167 27.655 27.907 73 Dividends.

(8)534,801 (8)556,37+ (8)580,423 (8 389,47368 Improvements.

212.720 98.518 192,557 Total disbursements. $1,386,063 $1,812, 260 $2,507,663 $2,783,699 $2,688,121 $2,756,232 $2,775,432 (2 Surplus income..

$26.363
$18,168 $2.062

$1,439 73

General Balances (September 30).- No balance sheet is published. The following statement is an abstract from the annual reports made to the State Engineer and Surveyor for the last seven years :

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Common stock.. $4,222,050 $5,085,050 $5,085,050 $2.285,050 $5,285,050 $5,500,000 $3,500,000 Preferred stock... 1,300.000 1.500.000 1.500.000 1.500.000 1.300.000 1.500.000 1.31) Funded debt.

5,877,518 6,115,800 6,038,015 6.152.363 5,993,625 5.086,325 Floating debt..

14.200 Extens'n certificates. 66,500 62,500 59,500 27.300 18.500 16,500 16. Real estate mort. 218.573 98,137 97,014 67,074 37.000 18.000

18.000 Total....

.......... 1 $11,898,901 $12.851,487. $12,839,669 $13.631,989 $12,843,175' $12, 120,825 $12, 120.45 Per contra : Road and property as follows: Road and branch... 7,389,919 7.510.739 7.709.611 7,916,061 8,191,685 8,537,597 8.603,43 Extension...

2,000,000 2.000.000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2.000.000 2,000,000 Equipment

811,987 1,105,29 1,469,937 1,492,431 1,563,097 1,70/2,855 1.281.100 Real estate..

1,141,237 1,120,822 1.1414.181 1.153,939 1,109,365 857,5993 817.335

Cost of property.' $11,343,143 $11,736,840 312,322, 7-19 $12,592,151 $13,161,747 $13.618,050 $13.002,500

The “Funded Debt" outstanding September 30, 1869, is composed of the following issues of bonds :

Interest,

Classes of Securities.

Rate.

Periods.

Date of Amount Maturity. Outstand's

7
7
6

1st mortgage of 18.33.
4th mortgage of 1861
Consolidated mortuuse of 1863.
Sinking fuuud of 1861.
Unsecured bonds of 1853.
last-due bonds..

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May & Nov. May 1, 1873
June & Dec. June 15.1871
Feb. & Aug. Feb. 1, 1893
Jan. & July. Jan. 1, 1381
Jan, & July. July 1, 1872

$3,000,000

99,500 1.767.1 112.95 106.(0)

1,123

Total

$3,085.930

The Albany extension certificates bear 7 per cent. interest, payable semi-annually, January 1 and July 1, and mature January 1, 1873.

Directors (elected May 8, 1869).--Cornelius Vanderbilt, William H. Vanderbilt,
William C. Wetmore, Ilorace F. Clark, Augustus Schell, Abraham B. Baylis, James
II. Banker, Jolin M. Tobin, Oliver Charlick, William A. Kissam, John B. Dutcher,
{'ornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., and Joseph Harker.
CORNELIUS VANDERBILT-President.

New York City.
William H. Vanderbilt- l'ice-President...
Treasurer--Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr..N. Y. City. Mast. Car Rep.-L. Garey..

.N. Y. City. Serretary-Robert J. Niven..

Gen. Fot. Agt.--Osmond Pinckney. Auditor - Samuel T. Gautier.

Gen. Ticket Agt.-Wm. J. Van Arsdale Supt. d Chief Eng.- Isaac C. Buckhout

Gen. Baggage Agt.-Westcott's Expr's Road Masters-A. W. Esgleston...

Purchasing Agent-R. C. Moore... Master of Machinery-Wm. M. Strong.

Supt. of Telegraph-D, Waldron...... PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. Fourth Av., cor. 26th St., New York City.

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CHILLICOTHE AND BRUNSWICK RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.-Brunswick, Mo., to Chillicothe, Mo..... ....36.5 miles Sidings, etc., 2 miles. Gauge of track, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

The whole track is to be laid and operations regularly commenced by June 1, 1870, the North Missouri Company furnishing rolling stock, etc., and operating the line. The road bed has been prepared entirely from county, city and individual subscriptions, and a mortgage debt of $500,000, contracted for the purchase of iron,

The bonds under this mortgage run twenty-five years from July 1, 1869, and hear 8 per cent. interest, payable semi-annually, January and July, at the Bank of Commerce, New York City. Both principal and interest are guaranteed by the North Missouri Railroad Company.

Directors.-J. H. IIammond and L. D. Murphy, Chillicothe, Mo.; S. B. De
Land, Cunningham, Mo.; D. G. Saunders, Bedford, Mo.; C. G. Comstock, Albany,
Mo.; J. B. Bell and G. Harker, Chillicothe, Mo.; L. Bennecke and J. F. Cunning-
ham, Brunswick, Mo.
J. H. HAMMOND-President...

Chillicothe, Mo.
C. G. Comstock-Vice-President..

.. Albany, Mo. Treasurer-J. B. Bell..

Chillicothe, Mo. Gen. Supt.-S. H. Knight. St. Louis, Mo. Secretary-L. D. Murphy.

Asst. Supt.-J. A. Hlinkley, .Moberly, Chief Eng.-R. E. O'Brien

All other officers same as N. Mo. RR. Company. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

..Chillicothe, Mo.

ST. LOUIS, CHILLICOTIE AND OMANIA RR. (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Chillicothe, Mo., to Omaha, Nebr.....

180 miles. This road is a continuation of the Chillicothe and Brunswick Railroad NorthWesterly to Omaha and a connection with the Union Pacific Railroad by this route, about 400 miles from St. Louis. It is essentially a part of the North Missouri Railroad and is altogether directed by this Company. Toward Omaha the Company have 16 miles of road-bed ready for iron, and intend to have 24 miles open and as much more grade this summer. No bonds have yet been issued.

Directors.---.J. H. Harmond, Charles V. Mead, J. B. Bell, L. D. Murphy, Robt.

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