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The number of engines and cars May 1 (1862 to 1869), yearly, was as follows:

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-not including gravel, rubble and other working cars. Operations for the six years ending April 30, 1869 :

1. MILES RUN BY LOCOMOTIVES HAULING TRAINS:

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Passenger trains,

522, 123 535,817 597,984 644,560 710,560 828, 220 Freight trains.

982, 1-15 967,999 991,623 1,192,752 1,225,100 1,437,892 Working trains.

451,251 459,289 493,973 584,231 712,894 919,568 Total trains.

1,955,519 1,963, 105/ 2,083,580 2,421,566 2,648,554 2,185,680 2. NUMBER OF PASSENGERS AND NUMBER CARRIED ONE MILE: West..

22,733 28,707 35,186 27,742 24,873 33,659 Through: East. 15,989 21,360 27,555 21,593 18,857

24,704 West and East.

38,722 49,967 62,741 49,335 43,730 58.363 West...

273,148

397,164 453,773 439,160 434,105 486.726 Local: East

262,055 395,328 422,687 429,325 430,203 482,575 West and East.

535,203 792, 192 876,460 868,485 864,308 969,301 West. 295,881 425,871 488,959 466,902 459,171

520,385 Total : East

278.044 416,688 451,212 450,918 448.860 507,279 West and East.

573,925 842,559 939,201 917.820 908,038 1,027,664 Carried one mile..

30,609,865 43,406,925 49,670,625 42,334,983 39,781,829 45,470, 104 3. TONS OF FREIGHT CARRIED AND TONS CARRIED ONE MILE: West.

286,080 280,676 327,4031 384,740 428,906 470,291 East

523,594 456,835 494,480 593,823 508,583 559,455

809,674 737,511 821,883 978,503 9:37,489 1,029,746 Carried one mile.

116,753,508 107,579,360 113,766,959 not stated. i 132,435,027/ 146,499, 422

4. GROSS EARNINGS FROM OPERATIONS: Passenger.

$956,475 $1,508, 234 $1,757,388 $1,543,714 $1,482,507 $1,659,309 Freight..

2,979,016 3,919,860 4,204,741 4, 124,693 4,216,911 4,758,864 Maile, etc.

104,432 153,758 213,424 414,731 455, 229 394,636

Tons of Freight : { et e East.

Total gross.

$1,039,923 $5,581,832 $6,175,553 $6,083, 138 $6,154,647 $6,812,809

Statement of the Earnings and Expenses for six years ending April 30, 1869:

EARNINGS.

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Statement of the Income Accounts of the Company for the same period :

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Balance, May 1
Nett earnings
Interest and exchange
Trustees Q. & C. RR..

Total

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$2,025,873 $3,100,8401 $3,744,999 $3,446,076 $4,850,123 $3,670,872

DISBURSEMENTS,

Interest on bonds.
Premium on stock.
Improvements
Transfer office expenses.
Interest and exchange
Dividends, fall..

spring

March 15, 1868.
Distribution of stock
U.S. tax on dividends
Sinking sund..

359,139 349,035 421,5661

406,758 363,554 369,547 8,491

64 67,413 47,485 6,668 1,600 2,000 1,583 1,000 1,000 1,000

3,101 229,544 519,600 503,300 509,650 579,950 627,195 229,544 262,844 418,825 519,650 519,950 627,195

627,195 745,600 1,675,300

2,079,800 1,254,390 74,718 136,706 62,922 197,205 130,002 109,437 102,664 129,000 50,600 49,500 161,200 $999,780 $2,112,439 $3,293,014 $1,540,580 $4,358,154 $3,170,618 $1,026,093 $988,401

$588,691 $1,905, 496 $491,968 $500,252

Total

Balance, April 30.

Abstract of the General Balance Sheet of the Company for the same years :

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Capital stock.
Panded debt.
Due N. C. RR. bondholders.
Accounts.
Due J. N. Denison for advances.
Sinking fund.
Income balance.

$6,571,140 $8,376,510 $10, 193,010 $10,399,010 $12,544,030 $13,825,025 6,128,031 5,924,968 5,754, 406 5,458,250 5,218,750 4,791,250

270,000 270,000 566,113 525,218 204,206 365,542 382,702 316,639

1,226, 207 546,461 619,125 778,125 828,725 878,225 1,036,761 1,026,093 988, 401

588,691 1,905,496 491,968 500,252

Total.

$14,837,838 $16,464,264 $17,518, 440| $18,957,024 $19,785,7771 $21,999, 134

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Total

$14,837,838 $16,464, 264 $17,518,440 $18,957,024 $19,785,77 | $21,999, 134

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$ C. & A. 1st. m. 78, due July 1, '67.. 135,000 99,000

95,000 93,000 93,000 C. M. T. 1st m. 7s, due July 1, '61.. 106,000 56,000

21,758 C. M. T. 2d m. es, due May 1, '68.. 83,000 68,000 68,000 58,000

14,000 C. M. T. plain 88, due March 1, '76. 23,000 6,000 6.000 C. B. & Q. 1st m. 8s, due Jan. 1, 83. 3, 175,000 3,633,000 3,6:31,000 3,525,000 3,317,000 3,228,000 3,127,00 C. B. & Q. plain 78, due Sept. 20, '90. 755,000 781.000 680,000 680.000 680,000 680,000 400.000 C. B. & id m. 44*, due July 1, '90.. 935,500 910,500 911.000 911,000 911,000 911,000 941,000 C. B. & Q. scrip (without interest). 588,094 541,5311 500,969

457, 106 413,250 318,000

326,230 Total, April 30.

6,102,594 6,128,031 5,924,969 5,754,406 5,458, 250 5,218,750 4,794,250

Directors (elected June 30, 1869).- Erastus Corning, Albany, N. Y.; James F.
Joy, Detroit, Mich. ; Chauncy S. Colton, Galesburg, Ill. ; John C. Green, New York
City; Nathaniel Thayer, John M. Forbes, Sidney Bartlett, John W. Brooks, Robert
8. Watson, William Boott and John N. Denison, Boston, Mass.
JAMES F. Jor-President....

.Detroit, Mich.
John N. Denison-Chairman of Board.

Boston, Mass. beo. & Treas.-Amos T. Hall.. .Chicago, Ili. Supt. Car Dept.-W. W. Wilcox, Aurora, ni. Auditor-William McCredie..

E. Div.-E. W. Hoyt.. Gen. Supt.-Robert Harris...

Road Masters M. Div.-J. D. Besler. Galesb'g, C. H. Hudson

(W. D.-J. T. Glark.. H. Hitchcock, Asst. Supts.

Galesbnrg, Gen. Fot. Agl.-E. R. Wadsworth.... Chicago,
N. D. Munson.

Quincy, Gen. Ticket Agt.-S. Powell..
L. Carper,

Burlington, Purchasing Agt.-H. J. Higgins..
Chief Eng.-Max Hjortsberg. .Chicago,

Transfer Agts. National Bk. of Com. New York.

.. Boston, Mass. Hasi. of Mach'y-C. F.Jauriet. . Aurora COMPANY'S OFFICES..

City Exchange, Boston, Mass. 5 Chicago, Ill.

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NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND GREAT NORTHERN RR.

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Line of Road.-New Orleans, La., to Canton, Miss......

...206 miles. [The projected extension of this road from Canton to Decatur, 242.42 miles, will probably be assumed by a separate organization-the Decatur Branch Railroad Company-to which the N. 0., J. & G. N. Company will subscribe the amount already invested in grading, etc., north of Canton. The cost from Canton to Aberdeen, 122.75 miles, is estimated at $2,760,000; from Aberdeen to Decatur, Ala., 119.67 miles, at $3,240,000, or at $6,000,000 for the whole line.) Bidings, turnouts, etc., 10.3 miles. Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 54 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock (December 1, 1869).--Locomotive engines, 32. Cars-passenger, 26; baggage, 7; express, 6 ; box, 231 ; platform, 182; stock, 12; wood, 15—total, 475. Also 15 dump cars and 35 pairs timber trucks.

Operations for the year ending November 30, 1869.--Gross earnings-passenger, $496,465 93 ; freight, $840,166 58 ; and mail, $15,731 19–$1,352,363 70; and operating expenses, including $10,206 74 U. S. taxes, $789,980 44; nett earnings, $562,383 26. Interest on bonds, $330,320.

Income account: Statement of total receipts and expenditures :
Receipts : Cash, Dec. 1, 1868, $49,493 83; capital stock, $195 ; 2nd bonds, $11,-

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000; bills payable, $92,877 26 ; paymaster, $62,551 94; loans, $105,563 91 ; sundries, $7,605 85; nett earnings, $562,383 26.

Expenditures : Construction, etc., $189,093 53; interest on bonds, $330,320 ; funds on coupon account, $9,081 86; interest and exchange, $43,307 06 ; redemption of small notes, $13,355 45; currency loan account, $57,548 88; D. D. Withers' coupon suit, $70,000 ; sundry expenses, $19,501 72; locomotives, cars and tools, $52,341 65 ; sundry balances, $23,400 11; cash on hand, Nov. 30, 1869, $30,880 70. Total, $882,671 05.

General Balances (December 1, 1868–69).--Statements of receipts and expenditures of Company from their organization to date:

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1869.

1868.

1869.

Capital stock. $1,742,157 91 $4,742,352 91 1st mortgage bonds 2,741.000 00 2,741,000 00 2d mortgage bonds. 1,157,000 00 1,168,000 00 Bills payable

32,403 73 125,023 84 Small notes (issued, $209,477 35).

103,062 85 89,707 40 Chickasaw School Fund Loan.

200,000 00 200,000 00 Miss. 3 p. c. Fund.. 20.000 00 20,000 00 Foreign railroad balances...

48,464 80 45,996 75 Pay-roll acct. (nett).

48,971 54 111,523 48 Loan acct., curr'ncy 57,518 89 130,986 13

gold.... 25,422 22 Citizens' Bank coupon account.

14,818 72 Coupons on City

and State bonds. 264,480 00 264,480 00 Rent of engines.

7,594 90 7,594 90 Suspense account.. 1,587 47 2,013 59 Railroad earnings.. 10,837, 134 40 12,173,766 91 U.S. Post 0. Dept. 20.098 19 35,829 38 Bal. personal accts. 12,459 11 5,961 58

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The funded debt consists of the two series of mortgage bonds as above, viz. : 1st mortgage 8 per cent. bonds of July 1, 1856, due July 1, 1886, $2,741,000; 2d mortgage 8 per cent. bonds of October 1, 1860, due October 1, 1890, $1,168,000. Each series provides for the issue of $3,000,000. Of the 1st there are $200,000 pledged as security for the Chickasaw School Fund Loan, and $59,000 have been canceled through the sinking fund; and of the 2d there has been canceled and destroyed, before issue, $1,500,000; and pledged for loans, $225,000; and there are still on hand, $107,000. The floating debt of the Company amounted, November 30, 1869, to $855,626 69, an increase of $133,586 14 since December 1, 1868. In this amount is included $154,996 bills and loans on account of extension of road from depot to the river.

Statement of the affairs of the Company for several years, omitting the three years of war, commencing with March 1, 1862, and ending with February 28, 1866:

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1859, March 31. 1860, February 29 1861,

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28 1866,

28 1867,

28 1868

29 1868, November 30. 1869,

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$784,023 38 1,126, 110 92 1,232,623 14 1,114,214 19

760,319 80 1,628,134 10 1,331,462 05 1,242,659 95 1,352,363 70

$417,093 21
443.856 24
555,433 44
598,480 90
135,565 87
567,080 73
588,935 98
539,493 86
562,383 26

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Directors (elected third Monday of April, 1869).—G. T. Beauregard, C. Fellowes, A. Schreiber, William Henderson, E. J. Forstall, Williamson Smith, H. Florance, J. C. Dennis, J. I. Warren, C. J. Leeds, John Armstrong, W. A. Gordon, Wirt Adams, L. Montgomery, J. Green, John B. Hemphill, B. L. Hatch and L. E. Houston.

On part of City of New Orleans : J. M. Howell, J. L. Gubernator and C. M. Selph; On part of State of Louisiana : J. H. Ogleshy, D. Cronan and J. F. Casey, andOn part of State of Mississippi : C. C. Shackleford, J. C. Lucas and Samuel Young. G. T. BEAUREGARD— President...

.New Orleans, La. Treas. and Sec.-R. S. Charles.. New Orleans, La. Mast. of Machy-J. G. Conlon... New Orleans, La. Gen. Supt.-T. S. Williams..

Mast. Car Rep's-Charles Bartine. Road Master-J.J. Conway...

Gen. Tkl. Fght. Agt.---Jas. Yonge Gen. Book-keeper-B. Florance..

Purchasing Agent-A Wang..... PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.......No. 118 Camp St., New Orleans, La.

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PORTLAND AND OXFORD CENTRAL RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Mechanics' Falls (Grand Trunk Railway) to Canton, Me.27 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 1.2 mile. Gauge, 5 feet 6 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock (January 1, 1870).--Locomotive engines, 4, and cars-passenger, 2; baggage, etc., 1; and freight, 25—total, 28.

The Company issued in 1863, 1st mortgage 6 per cent. bonds to the amount of $240,000. Capital stock-Common, $140,000; preferred, $100,000. Local town aid has been granted to the amount of $50,000. Cost of road about $20,000 per mile.

Directors (elected January, 1870).--F. B. Smith, Canton, Me. ; Irving W. Parker and Henry S. Wells, New York City ; Otis Hayford, Canton, Me. ; and F. 0. J. Smith, New York City. F. B. SMITH-President.....

...Canton, Me. Treasurer-Otis Hayford...

.Canton, Me. Road Master-C. Hammond, Buckfield, Me. Supt . aad D. A. Van Valkenburg...

Master Vech.-G. W. Battles.

.Canton, Pur. Agt. I

Mast Transp.-H. G. Smith..
Chief Engineer-C. B. Howe.. Portland,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

-Canton, Oxford Co., Me.

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CONNECTICUT WESTERN RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Hartford, Ct., to New York State Line...

65 miles. [Subscriptions to amount of $1,750,000 have been raised for grading, masonry, bridging and right of way. Bonds will be issued at the rate of $15,000 per mile for the superstructure and rolling stock.]

Directors (elected August 19, 1869).—William H. Barnum, Lime Rock, Ct.; Alex. H. Holley, Lakeville, Ct.; E. T. Butler, Norfolk, Ct.; W. H. Gilbert, Winsted, Ct.; Byron Loomis, Suffield, Ct. ; George M. Bartholomew and James G. Howard, Hartford, Ct. ; George H. Brown, Washington, N. Y.; 0. W. Baines, Fishkill, N. Y;

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