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kansas. Some twenty-five miles are already laid with iron, and it is expected that fifty miles will be in operation by July 1, 1870. The whole road will be open for business by January 1, 1871. The Company have prepared $3,500,000 of 1st mortgage 6 per cent. gold bonds, payable to contractors as the work progresses. CHARLES G. SCOTT-President.....

Little Rock, Ark. Treasurer, Edward L. Adams.. .Boston, Mass. Chief Engineer-A. P. Robinson. Little Rock, Ark. Sec. & Local Treas.-G.N.Peay. Little Rock, Ark. Fiscal Agency--No.1 Pemberton st., Boston, Mass. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark.

PANA AND LOUISIANA RAILROAD (Projected).

Line of Road.-Pana, Ill., to Louisiana, Mo......

101 miles. Directors.-L. E. Worcester, I. D. Vedder and J. W. Gregory, Whitehall, Ill. ; S. Gobble, Scottville, Il. ; L. Solomon, Van Sell's Point, Ind. ; Jonathan Plowman, 0. B. Heaton and James H. Henderson, Verden, Ill. ; A. Simpson, Taylorsville, Ill. ; Thomas Finley, Pana, Ill. ; L. Thomas, Rosamund, III. L. E. WORCESTER-President.....

Whitehall, Ill. Vice-President. James H. Henderson. Secretary...Jonathan Plowman. | Treasurer...0. B. Heaton. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Whitehall, Greene Co., II.

CONCORD AND ROCHESTER RAILROAD (Projected).

Line of Road.-Concord, N. H., to Rochester, N. H.

28 miles. Directors.- Nathaniel White, James R. Hill, Benjamin A. Kimball and John V. Barron, Concord, N. H.; Eliphalet Foss, Strafford, N. H. ; John M. McDuffee, Ro. chester, N. H.; John M. Babcock, Barnstead, N. H. NATHANIEL WHITE-President....

.Concord, N. H.
Treasurer..
L. D. Stevens. | Building Agent..

G. A. Pillsbury. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

.Concord, N. H.

MUSCATINE, KEWANEE AND EASTERN RR. (Projected).

Line of Road.-Muscatine, Ia., to Wenona, Ill......

.....105 miles. Directors.—Simon G. Stein, Muscatine, Ia.; Morrison Travis, Andover, Ill. ; Ethel V. Bronson and Milo Doty, Kewanee, Ill. ; Isaac Spencer, Osceola, Ill. ; Jesse L. Jones and Fred. S. Potter, Henry, Ill.; John 0. Dent, Wenona, Ill. ; A. E. Harding, Pontiac, Ini. E. V. BRONSON--President....

Kewanee, Ill. Vice-President-John 0. Dent....... Wenona, Ill. | Secretary-Milo Doty...

.Kewanee, ni. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Kewanee, Henry Co., III.

FORT DODGE AND MINNESOTA RAILROAD (in Progress).

Line of Road.-Fort Dodge, Ia., to Mankato, Minn.....

.117 miles. This road is intended to be an extension of the Des Moines Valley Railroad to

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Mankato, Minn., and St. Paul. Construction has been commenced, and the line is to be completed within two years from May 1, 1870.

Directors.-B. F. Gue, J. F. Duncombe, C. B. Richards, W. N. Mezeroy, H. Beecher, James Swain, D. M. Crosley, A. McBame, Charles Pomeroy, E. G. Morgan, E. E. Prusin and W. H. Slauson, Fort Dodge, Ia. ; Charles Bergk, Dakota, Ia.; A. C. Call, Algona, Ia. B. F. GUE-President.....

...Fort Dodge, Ia. Vice-President...J. F. Duncombe. | Treasurer. E. G. Morgan. / Secretary.......W. N. Mezeroy. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Fort Dodge, Webster Co., Ia.

DORCHESTER AND DELAWARE RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Seaford (Del. RR.,84 m. S. Wilm.), Del., to Cambridge, Md.33.5 m. Bidings, etc, 1.7 mile.. Gauge of track, 4 feet 8] inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.

The Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad Company own a controlling interest in this road. It was opened through in the fall of 1869. W. WILSON BYRNE-President.

Cambridge, Md. Sec. and Treas. ... Thomas W. Anderson. | Engineer and Gen. Supt.......D. Stewart Hessey,

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. Cambridge, Dorchester Co., Md.

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Line of Road.-Missouri line, via Little Rock and Fulton, to Texas line.300 m.

This road is an extension of the Cairo and Fulton Railroad of Missouri across the State of Arkansas to the Texas line. That portion of the road in Missouri was sold by the State to the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad Company. The Cairo and Fulton is a land-grant railroad, having under the act of Congress, passed July 28, 1866, ten sections, or 6.400 acres to the mile of road. The whole line is under contract, but no part has yet been completed. The Company intend to issue bonds to the extent of $5,000,000, and they will have the benefit of State aid to the extent of $10,000 per mile. Mason BRAYMAN--President....

Little Rock, Ark. Vice-Prerident.. .....E. Cross, Sr. | Secretary.... W. W. Leverett. | Treasurer.......S. H. Tucker. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Little Rock, Pulaski Co., Ark.

JUNCTION AND BREAKWATER RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Harrington (Del. RR., 64 m. S. Wilm.), Del., to Lewes, Del.40 m. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 2 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.--Chiefly furnished by Delaware Company. The road was sopened through for business in August, 1869. JOHN W. HOUSTON-President.

.Houston, Del.
W. T. Wales-Superintendent...

Milford, Del.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Milford, Kent Co., Del.

BUFFALO BAYOU, BRAZOS AND COLORADO RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Harrisburg, Tex., to Austin, Tex....

..200 miles Completed and in operation : Harrisburg, Tex., to Columbus, Tex.... ..851 Sidings, turnouts, etc., 5.9 miles. Gauge, feet 87 inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 7. Cars-passenger, 8; baggage and mai), 2; freight, 54—total, 64 cars.

Since June 15, 1868, this property has been held and operated by the trustees of the bondholders. A new Company will be formed. WILLIAM M. SLEDGE-President.......

Galveston, Tex. Vice-President...John Senley. | Treas. and Sec... Charles Bunker. I Superintendent.. Geo. B. Nichols.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. Harrisburg, Harris Co., Tex.

LAKE SHORE RAILWAY.

(Consolidation of the Cleveland, Painesville and Ashtabula and the Cleveland and

Toledo Railroads, and now consolidated in Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway.)

Line of Road.-Toledo, O., to Erie City, Pa.... Branches : \ Elyria, O., to Sandusky, O....

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..208.24 m. 34.93 8.93— 43.86"

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

....252.10 m Leased : Jamestown and Franklin Railroad.......

48.68" Sidings, turnouts, etc., 77.39 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 94 inches. Rail, 60 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 84. Cars—passenger, 49; express and baggage, 8; freight, 2,128; others, 129—total, 2,314 cars.

Operations for the year ending June 30, 1869.—Trains run-passenger, 748,570 ; freight, 1,343,403 ; other, 738,825—total, 2,830,798 miles. Passengers carried, 996,246 ; carried one mile, 59,774,760. Freight moved-through, 2,146,291 ; local, 728,820_ total, 2,875,111 tons; moved one mile, 171,577,016 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $1,710,189 89; freight, $3,269,923 33 ; mail and express, $224,781 71; other, $47,450

- total, $5,252,344 93. Operating expenses, taxes, etc., $3,180,905 80. Nett earnings, $2,071,439 13. Interest on bonds, $381,416 87; dividends, two of 4 per cent. each, $1,199,884 25; new equipment, $121,494 24 ; new bridges, $32,600; balance to credit, of income, $336,043 77.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $15,000,000; funded debt-sinking fund bonds (C. & T. RR.), $2,014,000; bonds of 1886 (C. & T. RR.), $864,000; new mortgage bonds, $1,500,000; special mortgage (C. P. & A. RR.), $500,000; registeret mortgage (C. P. & A. RR.), $1,000,000; 3d mortga, e (C., P. & A. RR.), $1,000,000); Junction RR. 1st mortgage bonds, $115,000; Income (C. & T. RR.) bonds, $5,000total, $5,993,00). Total stock and bonds, $21,998,000. Per contra : Cost of roari equipment, etc., $19,280,286 70. See LAKE SHORE & MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RR., page

459.

DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND WESTERN RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.--Great Bend, Pa., to Delaware River, Pa.............113.00 m.

Warren RR.-Delaware River, Pa., to Clarksville, N.J..21.04

Morris and Essex RR.--Phillipsburg to Iloboken, N. J..89.00 Leased :

Cayuga and Susquehanna RR.-Oswego to Ithaca, N. Y.34.61

Oswego and Syracuse RR.-Oswego to Syracuse, N. Y..36.29 Used : Erie Railway-Great Bend, Pa., to Oswego, N. Y...... ..36.80—217.74 "

Total length of railroad owned, leased and used under contract.... 330.74 m. Second track, 60; sidinys, etc., 42 miles. Gauge, 6 feet. Rail, 65 lbs. to yard.

The Company are also constructing an extension from the Boonton Branch of the M. & E. RR. to Paterson and Hoboken, 34 miles, to be finished within the current year.

Rolling Stock.-Statement for eight years at date :

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Operations.—Statement of business results for 7 years :

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Total.
Passengers and tonnage:

Passengers moved.
Tonnage moved.

Coal, included above.
Receipts:

Passenger.
Freight.
Mail and express.
Interest, etc......

Gross earnings
Disbursements, etc..

Transportation.
Dividends.
Dividends, per cent..
Interest
State taxes.
U. S. taxes.

97,711 158.756 199,755 200,486 187,533 191,888 189.988 1,510,495 1.621.360 1,200,097 1,920,874 2,140,131 2.128.512 1,993,946 1,260,986 1,382,600 993, 174 1,608,616 1,821,113 1,772,414 1,594,062 $114,609 $185,232 $235,381 9244,171 $212,482 $249,185 $191,973 1,614,813 1,788,658 1,485,632 2,466,797 2,476,010, 3,414,644 2,201,115

8, 100 8,507 8,528 9,239 8,528 49,626 18.476

19, 261 2,551 3,579 18,289 14,959 29,632 5,760 $1,757,083 $1,984,918 $1,733,320 $2,738,496 $2,613,979 $3,743, 107 $2,417,324

928,940 1,263,167 1.691.619 2.023,672 2,697.835 1,918, 159 1,632.319 466.668 1,196,385 1.537,057 2,152.315 1,170,855 1.338.656 1,410,060 425 1543 10&5 10.45&5 5&5* 5&5+ 5&5 320,000 439.784 376.851 383.401 232,919 413.118 231.560

41,112 76,561 205,122 87,660. 66.836 47,947 109,796 83.601 201,819 131,370 22,622 74,213

Total disbursements... $1,715,608 $3,041,274 $3,768,725 $1,971,329 $1,320,639 $3,814,691 $3,396,099

Also, in July, 75 cents per share on scrip stock.

+ Also, on scrip, 1.5694 and 2.0873 per cent.

The above account shows a yearly deficit since 1863. It must be remembered, however, that this is a Coal Company, deriving their profits from mining and selling coal rather than from the business of transporting passengers and freight. The results of the coal department of the general business are not published.

General Balances.-Statement of financial condition for seven years :

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Capital stock ($50 p. share) 5,698,250 6,832.950 10.247,050 11,288.600 13,386,020 14,100.600 14,100,000 Funded debt.

4,571,000 3,491.500 3.491,500 3,370,500 3,308,000 3.683.000 3,300.000 Floating debt.

1,006,951 606,321 712,585 717,222 708,203 1,008, 162 2,190,000 Total .

11,276,201 10,930,771 14,481,135 15,376,322 17,402, 225 18,791,762 19,598,000 Per contra : Construction..

7,018, 294: 7,295,895 7,583,706 9,687,42819,616,641 11,(1.259' 11.250.000 Equipment...

2,160,581 2,324,490 2,668,113 2,912, 417 3,267,764 2,967,617 3,250,000 Total.

9,178,878 9,620,383 10.231,819 12,599.815 12.881,403 13,984,876 14.500.no Stock and debt in excess. 2,097,323 1,300,386 4,229,316 2,776, 177 4,517,820 4,802,886 5,098,000

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1st mortgage (Lackawanna and Western RR.), dne July 1, 1871. Jan.& July. 1st mortgage (Del., Lack. & Western-Eastern extension), due Apr. 1, "75 April &Oct. 2d mortgage (Del., Lack. & Western RR.), due March 1, 1881.... Mar. & Sept.

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Managers (elected February 1870). — William E. Dodge and Moses Taylor,
New York City ; George Bulkley, Southport, Conn.; John I. Blair, Blairstown, N.J.;
Rufus R. Graves, Lowell Holbrook and Simeon B. Chittenden, New York City; John
Brisbin, Newark, N. J.; George Bliss, Percy R. Pyne and William Walter Phelps,
New York City; Joseph H. Scranton, Scranton, Pa.; John C. Phelps, Wilkesbarre,
Pa.; James Blair, Scranton, Pa.
SAMUEL SLOAN-President..

.New York City.
Percy R. Pyne, Vice-President....
Treasures-Andrew J. Odell..

New York City. Mast. of Machinery-Wm. Dawson.. Scranton, Ps. Secretary--Charles E. Carryl,

Mast. Car Repairs-A. Overbagh.... A88t. Supt.-H. F. Halstead.

. Scranton, Pa. General Ticket del Chief Eng'r-J. Archbala

Freigne Agent R. A. Henry. Supt. Cayuga Div.-W.R. Humphrey. Ithaca, N.Y. Purchasing Agt.-G. W. B. Cushing.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS...... No. 26 Exchange Place, N. Y. City.

JACKSON, LANSING AND SAGINAW RAILROAD. .

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Line of Road.-Jackson, Mich., to Wenona, Mich......

116 miles. Sidings, etc., about 10 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 8f in. Rail, average, 54 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock (January 1, 1869).- Locomotive engines, 10. Cars-passenger, mail, baggage and express, 4; freight (box, 52; platform, 100), 152—total, 166.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1868.--Gross earnings-passengers $172,294 55 ; freight, $199,423 68; miscellaneous, $20,131 07-$391,849 30. Operat ing, repairs, etc., including taxes, $179,121 65. Nett revenue, $212,727 65. Interest, $127,958 71. Balance, $84,768 94.

General Balances (January 1, 1839).--Capital stock, $515,464 84; funded debt-1st mortgage 8 per cent. bonds, dated January 1, 1867, and due January 1, 1887, $1,493,090; 2d mortgage 8 per cent. bonds, dated March 1, 1868, and due March 1, 1878, $490,000-$1,895,000 ; bills payable, $102,361 43; other liabilities, $10,894 72; balance to credit of income, $ 1:31,392 79.

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