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General Balances.-Statement of affairs December 31, 1869 :
Statement of the funded debt outstanding January 1, 1869:
16t mortgage 8 per cent. (Palmer) bonds on Eastern Division....
$793,000 5,487,000 1,316,000 3,672,000 1,189,000 3,792,000 208,000
20,000 234,000 247.000 148,500 48,341
Directors (elected June 5, 1869). — For three years: Alexander Mitchell, Milwaukee, Wisc.; Russell Sage, Frederick P. James, N. A. Cowdrey and Walter J. Gurnee, New York City; for tro years : Selah Chamberlain, Cleveland, O.; S. S. Merrill, Milwaukee, Wisc.; Julius Wadsworth and James Buel, New York City; for one year : James G. Garner, Joseph M. Boker and Levi P. Morton, New York City. ALEXANDER MITCHELL— President..
.:... New York City. Vec. and Treas.-R. D. Jennings. Milwaukee. Asst. Sec. & Tran. Agt.-J. M. McKinlay. N.Y. City. (H. C. Atkins... Attorney-John W Carey..
Milwaukee. Superintendents L. B. Rock.
Purchasing Agl.--Robt. Wason, Jr.... | D. C. Shepherd... Minneapolis. Paymaster--S. A. Place. Auditor-J. P. Whaling..
Milwaukee. Gen. Pass. Agt.-A. V. H. Carpenter... Gen. Manager-S. S. Merrill.
Agt.-O. E. Britt... PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.
.Milwaukee, Wisc. Stock, Transfer, Div. and Int. Office... No. 25 William St., New York City.
ROANOKE VALLEY RAILROAD.
Line of Road.-Keysville, Va., to Manson, N. C....
.53 miles. Completed: Clarksville, Va., to Manson, N. C......
.22 General Balances, -Capital sto k (subscribed by Virginia, $307,432), $427,402. Cost of road, etc., $ 182,612. President.. William D. Maskins. | Treasurer..
E. A. Williams. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. ... Clarksville, Muhlenburg Co., Va.
MICHIGAN SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN INDIANA RR.
(Now consolidated in Lake Shore and Southern Michigan Railroad.)
Line of Road.–Toledo, O., to Chicago, Ill.
.242.06 in. ( Toledo, O., to Elkhart, Ind...
133.20 Branches Toledo, O., to Detroit, Mich...
59.12 and Adrian, Mich., to Monroe, Mich....
33.60 Lenawee Junction, Mich., to Jackson, Mich..
41.90 Laterals :
Palmyra Junction, Mich., to Lenawee Junction, Mich. 2.50
516.56 m. Tracks owned jointly with Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Co.... 2.42 Main track of Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad (leased).
3.21 Total length of railroad owned, leased and operated..........
522.19 m. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 74.75 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 87 inches. Rail, 60 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.- Locomotive engines, 101. Cars—passenger, 94; express and baggage, 21 ; freight, 1,677 ; other, 4total, 1,796 cars.
Operations for the year ending June 30, 1869.—Trains run-passenger, 994,162 ; freight, 1,568,278; other, 215,212—total, 2,777,682 miles. Passengers carried, 942,942: carried one mile, 67,891,824. Freight moved-through, 250,627; local, 225,324—total, 475,951 tons; carried one mile, 81,176,080 tons. Gross earnings—passenger, $1,764,813 80; freight, $3,195,731 06; mail expenses, $182,631 21 ; other, $83,016 11-total, $5,226,192 18. Operating expenses, taxes, rents, etc., $3,088,196 73. Nett earnings. 32,137,995 45. Interest on funded debt, $616,699 28; dividends-on preferred stock, 10 per cent., $53,350; on common stock, 8 per cent., $967,755 79—total dividends, $1,021,105 79 ; new equipment, $209,210 24; new bridges, $50,465 99 ; sinking fund. $162,000; balance of income, $87,513 65.
General Balances.-Capital stock, including $533,500 preferred, $12,525,600; funded debt—1st mortgage 7 per cent. sinking fund bonds, due May, 1888, $5,256,000;
7 2d mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due Nov., 1877, $2,693,000 ; 1st mortgage 7 per cent. (Detroit, Monroe and Toledo Railroad) bonds, due Feb., 1876, $924,000; 1st mort. zage 7 per cent. (Goshen Line) bonds, due August, 1868; scrip for funded coupons, $440—total, $8,875,440. Total stocks and bonds, $21,401,040. Per contra: Costrailroad, $17,810,371 54; equipment, $3,267,818 16—total, $21,078,189 70.
See LAKE SHORE AND MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RR.,
MONTGOMERY AND WEST POINT RAILROAD.
Line of Road.-Montgomery, Ala., to West Point, Ga...... .88.50 miles. Branch Line : Opelska (64 m. E. Montgomery), Ala., to Columbus, Ga... 28.40
Total length of main line owned and operated by Company...... 116.90 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 9.72 miles. Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 21. Cars-passenger, 13; baggage, mail and express, 8; conductors', 8; freight (box, 77; platform, 28), 105--total revenue cars, 134. Also, 25 working and rcpair curs.
Operations.—No report received. See MANUAL for 1869–70.
General Balances (March 1, 1868).—Capital stock, $1,644,224; funded debtincome 8 per cent. bonds, due July 1, 1870, $100,000 ; July 1, 1876, $306,900; mortgage 8 per cent. bonds, due July 1, 1881, $719,500; bonds overdue, $57,500—total, $1,183,900; bills and notes, $252,604 87; open accounts, $36,822 78.
Per contra : Railroad, $2,444,766 84; rolling stock, $350,667; real estate, $111,440 73 ; materials and fuel, $84,289 88; stocks and bonds of other companies, $87,920; accounts and notes, $16,244 38; cash, $17,232 82.......... Total, $3,117,561 65. CHARLES T. POLLARD— President....
Montgomery, Ala. Bec. & Treas.-J. T. Todd ..... Montgomery, Mast. Mech.-J. N. Graff. Montgomery, Ala. Supt., Eng.& Sup. Agt.-D.H.Crain,
Mast. Car Build.-W. H. Daniele, Auditor-J. D. Hubbard........
Gen. Tkt. Agt.-S.D.Hubbard,Jr., PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..
LOUISVILLE, NEW ALBANY AND CHICAGO RAILROAD.
(Reorganized under foreclosure by the bondholders.)
Line of Road.—New Albany, Ind., to Michigan City, Ind........... 289 miles. Bidings, turnouts, etc., 9 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 8} inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 34. Cars—passenger, 15; baggage, mail and express, 8; freight, box, 170; stock, 49; platform, 127; coal, 26—total revenue cars, 395. Also, 28 road and service cars.
Operations for the seven months ending December 31, 1869.— Trains run-passenger, 491,668; freight, 125,344 ; service, 456,517—total, 1,073,529 miles. Passengers carried, 154,334; freight moved, 105,367 tons. Gross earnings—passenger, $209,171 ; freight, $254,234 54; mail, express, etc., $30,515 58; other, $6,090 53—total, $500,017 65. Operating expenses, taxes, etc., $378,390 34. Nett earnings, $121,627 31.
General Balances.- Capital stock, $3,000,000; liabilities, $41,045 43; income balance, $121,627 31.
Per contra : Cost of road and equipment, $3,000,000; current assets, $57,958 70; cash on hand, $104,714 04...
.Total, $3,162,672 74. Directors (elected 1st Monday of June, 1869).-George F. Talman, Moses Taylor, Frederick Schuchardt, James H. Banker, Edward Minturn, Charles B. Leverich and John Stewart, New York City; James F. Joy, Detroit, Mich.; George L. Schuyler, John Jacob Astor, R. G. Rolston, Jonathan T. Wells and Isaac Bell, New York City. GEORGE L. SCHUYLER-President.
.. New York City. Treas. & Sec.-W. H. Lewis.... New Albany, Ind. Gen. Ticket Agt.-S. K. Hooper. New Albany, Ind. Gen. Supt.-M. Sloat...
Gen. Fgt. Agt.-T. W. Armstrong, Asst. Supt.-E. H. Waldron. Lafayette, Purchasing Agt.-J. R. Parker... Hast. Mach'y-Jacob Lorey. New Albany, Tanef. Agent, Trust Company....N. Y. City. Hast. Car Rep.-Geo. Halsreck. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..
New Albany, Floyd Co., Ind.
WESTERN UNION RAILROAD.
(Consolidation January 17, 1866, of the Racine and Mississippi and the Northern
Line of Road.-Racine, W sc., to Savann h an l Port Byron, III..... 131 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 13 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 8] inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 27. Cars—passenger, 16; baggage, mail and express, 12; freight (box, 334; platform, 67), 401—total, 429 cars. Road and service cars not included.
This road was sold in May or June last, and a new directory elected June 29, 1869. No information in relation to the operations for that year or of the financial condition of the Company at its close have been received. For the returns of the years since the consolidation see Manual for 1869–70. In April, 1870, the Milwaukee and St. Paul Company purchased a majority of the Company's stock, for which they paid 15,075'shares of their common stock, and thus acquired a controlling influence in the Company. ALEXANDER MITCHELL-President....
Milwaukee, Wisc. S. S. Merrill – Vice-President.. Sec. and Trear.-D. R. May.. Racine, Wisc. Chief Engineer-C. D. Haven, Racine, Wisc. General. Supt.-D. A. Olin..
Gen. Fgt. & T'kt. Agt.-Fred Wild..
MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS RAILROAD.
(Late Union Pacific Railroad, Southern Branch.)
Line of Road.-Junction City, Ks., to Fort Smith, Ark....
325 miles. Completed and in operation : Junction City, Ks., southward.
.140 Sidings, turnouts, etc., 10 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 87 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 14. Cars—passenger, 10; baggage, mail an t express, 6; freight (box, 31 ; platform, 108)—total, 155. Also, 9 service cars.
The Company have a land grant to the extent of 10 sections to the mile of road in Kansas. The Union Pacific Railway, Southern Branch, 6 per cent. gold bonds were issued November 14, 1869, to the amount of $12,000,000, of which $1,221,000 were outstanding May 1, 1870. Interest January and July. Principal payable January 1, 1899.
Directors.-Levi Parsons, George Denison, David Crawford, Jr., J. B. Dickinson, H. A. Johnson, Francis Skiddy, August Belmont, Joseph Seligman, L. P. Morton and Sheppard Gandy, New York City ; R. S. Stevens, Junction City, Ks. LEVI PARSONS-President.....
New York City. Treasurer-D. Crawford, Jr...... New York City. Chief Engineer-0. B. Gunn...Junction City, Ks. Secretary-George C. Clark.
Master Mech-C. F. McElvany Assistant Sec.-H. B. Henson..
Gen, Tkt. &
H. D. Mirick.... Gen. Manager-R. S. Stevens Junction City, Ks. Fgt. Agt.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. .No. 7 Nassau St., New York City.
RICHMOND AND YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
Line of Road.-Richmond, Va., to West Point, Va.......
.38.3 miles. General Balances.-Capital stock, $650,000; funded debt, $600,000. Per contra: Cost of property, about $1,250,000. A. S. BUFORD--President...
..Richmond, Va. Treasurer...Richaril Morton. | Superintendent. Thomas Dodamead. I Chief Engineer. E. T. D. Myers. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..
MEMPHIS AND SAVANNAH RAILROAD (in Progress).
Line of Road.-Opelika, Ala., to Tuscumbia, Ala.......
.239 miles. Directors.-W. Slaughter, Dadeville; R. C. Jeter, Hubbard ; L. F. McCoy and S. G. Jones, Opelika; M. McElhaney, Columbus. W. SLAUGHTER— President........
Dadeville, Ala. Secretary and Treasurer.......... .John Rogers. / Chief Engineer..
R. B. Hakie. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..
RALEIGH AND GASTON RAILROAD.
Line of Road.-Weldon, N. C., to Raleigh, N. C........
...97 miles. Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 11. Cars—passenger, 14; freight, 81.
Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.-Gross earnings, $208,000 ; nett earnings, $67,000; dividend paid, 3 per cent.
General Balances.-Capital stock, $1,500,000; funded debt, $80,000. Cost of road and equipment, $1,500,000.
Directors.-W. J. Hawkins, Geo. W. Mordecai, Geo. Little and Jos. B. Batchelor, Raleigh, N. C.; S. S. Royster, Williamsboro, N. C.; J. B. Littlejohn, Louisburg, N. C.; C. H. K. Taylor, Townsville, N. C. President.. W. J. Hawkins. Superintendent..
A, B, Andrews. Treasurer. W. W. Vass. Ticket Agent...
.J. M. Pool. Secretary.. Thomas Badger. | Master of Jachinery.
.J. B. Gayle. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS
.Raleigh, N. C.
EAST SAGINAW AND ANN ARBOR RR. (Projected).
Line of Road.-East Saginaw, Mich., to Ann Arbor, Mich... ...73 miles.
If built as projected, the line will probably be extended to Toledo, under the name of the Toledo, Ann Arbor and Northern Railroad. Hugh McCURDY-President....
...... Corunna, Mich. Treasurer--C. K. Robinson.. East Saginaw, Mich. | Secretary-S. B. Raynale......... Corunna, Mich.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. .Corunni, Shewassee Co., Mich.
HARLEM EXTENSION RAILROAD.
(Consolidation of the Lebanon Springs and the Bennington and Rutland Railroads.)
Line of Road.-Chatham Four Corners, N. Y., to Rutland, Vt....... 113 miles. Branch Line: Bennington, Vt., to State line, N. Y.
2 Total length of road owned by Company...
.115 mileg. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 11 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 8} inches. Rail, 56 to 60 lbs. to yard.
Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 9. Cars-passenger, 3; baggage, mail and express, 3 ; freight (box 35 and platform 111), 146. Also, 34 road and service cars.