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Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 29. Cars—passenger, 32; baggage, mail and express, 16; freight, 3844 ; coal, 224—total, 656} cars.

Operations for the year ending October 31, 1869:
Trains run--passenger, 263,527; freight, 65,506 ; coal, 131,110—total, 460,143 m.
Passengers carried-through, 88,938; way, 683,046—total, 771,984.

Freight moved-through, 278,844 ; way, 273,927—total, 552,771 tons, viz. : anthracite coal, 254,663 ; pig, railroad and castings, 61,032; iron and iron ores, 47,564; lime and limestone, 17,467; agricultural products, 43,094; merchandize, 28,589; manufactures, 32,817; lumber, 30,949; live stock, 1,102; bituminous coal, 1,637; petroleum, 1,305 tons.

Gross earnings-passenger, $389,379 53; freight and coal, $690,619 40 ; mail and express, $13,982 24; use of cars, $30,265 97; and other, $84 84—total, $1,132,731 14. Operating expenses, taxes, etc., $669,617 50. Nett earnings, $463,113 64. Interest on bonds, $235,750 24. Dividend, 5 per cent., $157,500, paid in scrip. There was spent on construction and equipment this year, $330,101 56.

General Balances.-Capital stock, 63,000 shares, $3,150,000; funded debt1st mortgage 6 per cent. bonds, due January 1, 1885, $2,275,000; chattel mortgage 10 per cent bonds, due April 1, 1877, $360,000; 2d mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due May 1, 1896, $811,500; funding scrip for coupons, dividends, ground rents, etc., due July 1, 1870, $141,939—total, $3,588,439; floating debt, $133,476 41—total stock, bonds and debts, $6,871,915 41. Per contra : Cost of road, $6,059,105 27; of equipment, $965,987 63; value of real estate, $991,064 96.

Statement of financial condition, operations, etc., for eight years:

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3 1861-62 67.7' 3,145,350 3,097,823

6,243,173 5,880,282 388,055 16 177,399 20 210.655 76 109.837 09 1862–63 67.7, 3,147,750 3,101,287

6,252.037 5,890,474 511,895 ST 238,504 80 273.391 07 200.647 72 1863-64 67.7 3,150,150 3,105,705

6,255,855 6,087,793 741,977 39 406,697 73 335.279 66 208,420 01 1861-65 67.7 3,150,150 3,105,705

6,255,855 6.336,168 875,951 05 481,678 55 394,272 50 209,913 14 1865-66 67.7 3,150,150 3,124,737

6,271.887 6,420,185 902,213 17 512,974 86 359.238 31 208 348 72 1866-67 67.7 3,150,150 3,292,154

6,442,154 6,517,345 898,573 75 537,069 75 361,504 00 212 213 21 1867-68 67.7 3,150,150 3,463,839

6,613,839 6.669,991 1.015,394 29 627,153 46 358,240 83 219,075 34 1868-69 67.7 3,150,150 3,588, 439 133,476 6,871,915 7,025,093 1,132,731 14 669,617 50 163,113 61 235,750 24

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No cash dividends have yet been paid. Five per cent. dividends in scrip were paid in 1867, 1868 and 1869.

Directors.—John Jordan, Jr., J. Gillingham Fell, S. Morris Waln, William C. Ludwig, Ellwood Shannon, Edward C. Knight, Alfred Hunt, William C. Kent, Chas. W. Wharton, Edward Roberts, Jacob Reigel and Oliver H. Wilson, Philadelphia. FRANKLIN A. COMLY-President...

Philadelphia, Pa.
Secretary-Edward Armstrong..
Phila., Pa. Gen. Agt.-Ellis Clark.

Phils., Pa; Treasurer-William Wister.

Mast. Pransp.-A. II. Fracken.. Chy Eng. & Supt.-Sol. W. Roberts...

Mast. Machinist-Franklin Roop
Road Asaster-John H. Ainsworth.....

Auditor-P. C. Hollis...
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. ..407 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

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NEWARK, SOMERSET & STRAITSVILLE RR. (in Progress).

Line of Road.—Newark, Ohio, via Somerset, to Straitsville, 0........42 miles. All under contract. Grading done to Somerset.

Capital stock subscribed, $500,000.

Directors (elected January 18, 1870).—Lewis Evans, W. Shields, W. D. Hamilton, J. L. Berkey, William Maholm and F. G. McCune, Newark, O.; Dixon Brown, Martin Berkey, Isaac Yost and William Ream, Somerset, O.; C. Trovinger, Thomville, O. LEWIS EVANS-President.....

Newark, Ohio. William Shields— Vice-President.. Treasurer....... .T. J. Davis. 1 Secretary... F. G. McCune. / Chief Engineer. ....J. B. Riley PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS

Newark, Ohio.

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SUSQUEHANNA AND TIDE-WATER CANAL.

(Consolidation of Susquehanna Canal in Pennsylvania and Tide-Water Canal ir

Maryland.)

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Line of Canal.—Columbia, Pa., to Havre de Grace, Md...... .45 miles. Dimensions: Top water line, 50, and bottom, 30 feet; depth, 5 feet. Locks : Lift, 33, and weigh, 1–170 by 17 feet. Lockage, 233 feet. Boats: Steam, 2; other boats owned by companies and individuals-average, 95 tongBoating season, 1869: March 24 to December 6—257 days.

Operations for the year ending October 31, 1869.-Freight moved-through, 442,729 ; local, 50,942—total, 493,671 tons. Lumber and shingle, 185,784; anthracite, 234,877; bituminous coal, 235; pig iron and scrap, 6,921 ; other iron and castings, 358; iron and other ores, 5,650 ; lime and limestone, 19,059; agricultural products, 13,978; merchandize and manufactures, 14,741 ; slate, stone, clay, etc., 12,068—total, 493,671 tons.

Gross receipts—tolls on coal, $63,650; on lumber, $69,750 ; on miscellaneous freight, lockages and boat tolls, $27,230 42; other tolls, rents, etc., $6,804 66—total, $167,435 08. Current expenses, $85,621 33. Nett earnings, $81,813 75. Interest paid, $155,369 90.

General Balances.—Capital ock, 40,017 shares, $2,002,746 ; funded debt-1st mortgage preferred interest 6 per cent. coupon bonds, due January 1, 1894, Susq. Can., $227,500, and T. W. Can., $97,810 58; 2d mortgage 6 per cent coupon bonds, due January 1, 1885, Susq. Can., $700,000, and T. W. Can., $300,000; 3d mortgage 6 per cent. sterling bonds, due January 1, 1878, Susq. Can., $871,333 34, and T. W. Can., $435,666 66—total funded debt, $2,632,310 58; floating debt, including interest due January 1, 1870, $195,232 24-total stock, bonds and debt, $4,830,288 82. Cost of canals and fixtures-Susquehanna, $3,160,861 93 ; Tide-Water, $1,580,430 96- total, $4,741,292 89.

Directors.-George W. Dobbin, Enoch Pratt, Thomas Wilson, R. K. Hawley and George W. Howard, Baltimore, Md. ; Jacob Port Deposit, Md. ; Willian P. Jenks, C. D’Invilliers, Samuel C. Ford, Robert J. Mercer, A. J. Antello and H. C. Townsend, Philadelphia, Pa. B. ANDREWS KNIGHT-President....

Philadelphia, Pa. Treasurer-Robert D. Brown.... Baltimore, Md. I Superintendent-D. F. Shure...... Darlington, Md PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Baltimore, Md.

TENNESSEE AND PACIFIC RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Nashville, Tenn., to Knoxville, Tenn..

177 miles. Nearly completed : Nashville, Tenn., to Lebanon, Tenn....

30 This Company is endowed by the State of Tennessee with bonds to the amount of $10,000 per mile, the proceeds of which are to be used only on the superstructure. "The cost is estimated at $7,000,000 or $39,500 per mile. When completed it will bring Nashville and Knoxville nearer to each other by 75 miles than by way of Chattanooga. Most of the line is uneven and crossed by numerous streams, which will necessitate heavy grades and extensive bridging. The line will ultimately be carried west from Nashville to Jackson and Memphis.

H. S. FRAZER— Vice-President and Acting President.... Nashville, Tenn. Sec. & Treas.-Joseph Wallen... Nashville, Tenn. | Chief Engineer-E. L. Falconnet.. Lebanon, Tenn.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS......No. 41 College St., Nashville, Tenn.

QUINCY, MISSOURI AND PACIFIC RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Quincy, Mo., to Brownsville, Nebr...... .....230 miles. Capital stock authorized, 60,000 shares, $6,000,000. Subscriptions to the amount of $1,500,000 have been received from cities and counties through which the road runs. "The Company are actively engaged in grading the road.

Directors (elected June 24, 1869).-J. M. de France, Kirkville, Mo.; John Winterbottom and W. C. Hillis, Knox Co., Mo.; M. G. Roseberry, Nodaway Co., Mo.; A. W. Morgan, Brownsville, Nebr.; John Wood, T. R. Selmes, C. A. Savage, C. H. Bull, Thomas Jasper, Thos. Redmond, Geo. Adams and C. M. Pomeroy, Quincy, Ill. CHARLES A. SAVAGE-President.....

Quincy, III. Treasurer--C. H. Bull....... Quincy, nl. | Secretary-G. 8. King...

Quincy, Ill. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Quincy, Ill.

OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILWAY.

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Line of Road.-Cincinnati, Ohio, to East St. Louis, Ill..... 340 miles. Branch: North Vernon (73 m. W. Cincinnati), Ind., to Louisville, Ky..... 53 Louisville Branch not open in 1869. Gauge, 6 feet. Rail, 60 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 86. Cars-passenger, 43; baggage, mail and express, 24; freight (box, 562; stock, 89; platform, 293; coal, 325), 1,269-total, 1,336 cars.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.—Trains run, 1,926,156 miles. Passengers carried—through, 37,387; local, 343,857—total, 381,244 ; carried one mile, 30,459,353. Freight moved-through, 119,449; local, 409,253—total, 528,702 tons; carried one mile, 69,838,274 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $1,192,030 03; freight, 31,567,497 67; express, $87,819 77; mail, $68,200-total, $2,915,547 47. Operating expenses, including taxes, etc., $2,271,827 81; real estate purchased, $15,394; coupon interest, $367,405 50; dividends on preferred stock, June and December, each 34 per cent. $253,278 08; surplus to credit, $7,642 08.

Statement of earnings, expenses and profits for six years :

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General Balances.-Statement from ledger account December 31, 1869 :

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Jan. & July. July 1, 1872.. 2,050,000 2,050,000 2,050,000 1st (W. D.).

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July 1, 1872.. 850,000 850,000 850,000 2d (W. D.) convertible.

July 1, 1874.. 750,000 556,000 546,000 Income mort. (W. D.).

April & Oct. Oct. 1, 1882.. 221,500 221.500 221,500 Funded debt mort. (W. D.).

Oct. 1, 1882..

16,500 16,500 16,500 Consol. mort. (O. & M. Railway.

Jan. & July. Jan. 1, 1898..

1,270,000 2,367,000 sterling Jan, 1, 1898..

101,850 Total amount of bonds outstanding Dec. 31.

3,888,000 4,964,000 6,152,850

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The preferred stock has been increased by $360,000, on account of the Louisville Branch, and much of the increase in the consolidated bonds, and also in the tempoporary loan account is due on the same.

[The trustees of creditors and stockholders of the “Ohio and Mississippi Railroad Company" (Eastern Division), appointed under an “Agreement made Decem ber 15, 1868, for the capitalization and protection of certain interests in said Company," having purchased, at a public sale made on the 9th day of January, 1867, under a decree of the United States Circuit Court, upon foreclosure of the second mortgage, all the real and personal estate and franchises, and all benefit and equity of redemption of the said Railroad Company therein, extending from Cincinnati to Vincennes, a new company was organized on the 18th day of November, 1867, under the corporate name of the “Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company of Ohio and Indiana.” And the said trustees having previously purchased the property of the Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company of Illinois (Western Division), extending from Vincennes to East St. Louis, the two divisions were reorganized and consolidated on the 18th day of December, 1867, under the corporate name of the “ Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company,” extending from Cincinnati to East St. Louis, & distance of 340 miles, and the whole line is now under one management and control.]

Directors (elected October 15,1869).—William D. Griswold, Larz Anderson, W.

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W. Scarborough and Alexander H. Lewis, Cincinnati, O; John Ross, Vincennes, Ill.;
Lewis B. Parson s and John J. Roe, St. Louis, Mo.; Joseph W. Alsop, Wm. H. Aspin-
wall, William Whitewright, Jr., Samuel U. F. Odell, Allen Campbell and Fred
Schuchardt, New York City.
WILLIAM D. GRISWOLD-President...

Cincinnati, O.
Alexander H. Lewis, Vice-President....

J. L. Griswold-General Superintendent..
Treasurer-Charles S. Cone.. .Cincinnati, O. Mast. Mach'y-George W. Harris... Cochran, Ind.
Auditor-P. Van Duersen

Mast. Car Repairs-M. M. Martin... Secretary--E. D. Hammond.

N. Y. City. Gen. Ticket Agent--Chas. E. Follett. St. Louis, Mo. Asst. Secretary-Samuel Trevor.... Cincinnati, O. Gen. Freight Agt.-James A. Hill. Chief Engineer- Thos. D. Lovett..

Purch. AgentF. Beschotmann.... Cincinnati, O. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. ..No. 353 W. 4th St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Transfer Office..

.No. 88 Wall St., New York City.

FEATHER RIVER AND BECKWITH PASS RR. (Projected).

Line of Road.–Oroville, Cal., to State Line, Nev.......

145 miles Capital authorized, $8,000,000, in 80,000 $100 shares.

Directors (elected June, 1868).— Amos F. Blood (President), William F. King, G. P. Cornell, J. N. Thorpe and S. F. Seabury. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS....

-Quincy, Plumas Co., Cal.

FREDERICKSBURG AND GORDONSVILLE RR. (in Progress).

Line of Road.–Fredericksburg, Va., to Charlotteville, Va...... 62 miles.

Capital stock paid in-by State, $163,299 ; by individuals, $108,866–total, $272,165. The work has been suspended for several years. It is now being constructed under new auspices. The present Company have mortgaged the road for $16,000 per mile, and it is intended to have it completed during the current year. The bonds issued under this mortgage are sinking fund 7 per cent., principal and interest par able in coin, interest, May and November. H. H. WAINWRIGHT-President...

New York City.
W. W. Taylor-Chief Engineer....

Baltimore, Md.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

.Fredericksburg, Va.

HACKENSACK AND NEW YORK RAILROAD.

(Leased and operated by the Erie Railroad Company.)

Line of Road.-Bergen Junction to Hackensack, N. J.....

4.88 miles Lodi Branch RR. (operated): Junction to Lodi Manufacturing Co.'s Works.0.78

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 2. Cars--passenger, 9; baggage, 3 ; freight, 6–total, 18 cars.

Operations.-Included in Erie Railway Company's returns.

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