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87,046 ; freight, 49,688; and other, 4,572_total, 141,306 miles. Passengers carried, 152,798; carried one mile, 2,428,398. Freight moved, 86,349 tons; moved one mile, 3,122,943 tons. Gross earnings--passenger, $82,471 10; freight, $149,024 50; mail, $4,902 04; and other, $9,398 0+—total gross earnings, $245,795 68. Current expenses, including taxes, $156,800 19. Balance of earnings, $88,995 49.

General Balances.-Capital stock, 15,000 shares, $1,500,000 ; funded debt (1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, dated January 1, 1869, and due January 1, 1899), $1,000,000; floating debt, $259,431 37. Cost of road and equipment, $3,399,576 64.

Directors (elected August 11, 1869).—Joseph E. Sheffield, William Johnson, Andrew L. Kidston, Mathew G. Elliot, Stephen D. Pardee and H. M. Welch, New Haven, Ct. ; William Walter Phelps, New York City; and Charles N. Yeamans, New Haven, Ct. Joseph E. SHEFFIELD— Presilent....

New Haven, Ct. Charles N. Yeamans- Vice-President... Treasurer-Stephen D. Pardee... New Haven, Ct. Road Master- Erastus Collins.. Westfield, Ct. Secretary-Edward A. Ray.

Master Mechanic-Henry Fox.. New Haven, General Supt.-Chas. N. Yeamans.

Gen. Ticket Agt.- Edw'rd A. Ray Assistant Supt.-Chas. Rockwell..

Gen. Freight Ägt.--Chas. Rockwell PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. ..272 Chapel St., New Haven, Ct.

BOSTON AND ALBANY RAILROAD.

(Consolidation of the Boston and Worcester and the Western Railroad Companies.)

Line of Road.-Boston, Mass., to Albany, N. Y.......

.200.65 miles. Chatham, N. Y. (177 m.W. Boston), to Hudson, N. Y.17.33 Boston to Brookline......

1.55 West Newton to Newton Lower Falls...

1.25 Natick (18 m. W. Boston), to Saxon ville.

3.87 Branches :

Framingham (22 m. W. Boston), to Milford...... .11.97
Framingham to Framingham Centre....

2.06
Grafton (38 m. W. Boston), to Millbury.

3.07 Grand Junction RR. (Brighton to East Boston).... 8.55— 49.65"

cars.

Total length of main and branch line owned by Company.......250.30 miles.

Second track, 202.60, and sidings, etc., 77.28 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Leased: Pittsfield & North Adams RR.....

.18.65 miles, Rail, on main line, 60 to 80 lbs., and on branch lines, 56, 57, 62 to 641 lbs. to yard.

Rollin Stock.-Locomotive engines, 159. Cars-passenger, 114; baggage, mail and express, 37; and merchandize, 2,762—total, 2,913 cars. Also, 157 gravel

The Company also own, of 36 passenger, 4 express, 3 post-office and 10 baggage cars on the N. Y. & Boston line, and ß of 6 passenger and 2 baggage cars on the steamboat line via Norwich, Connecticut.

Operations for the year ending November 30, 1869.—Passenger trains run, 958,921 ; freight, trains, 2,158,969; and other trains, 85,502--total, 3,203,392 miles. Passengers carried, 4,291,015 ; carried one mile, 95,678,232; freight moved, 1,613,940 tons ; moved one mile, 159,579,117 tons. Gross earnings-passengers, $2,557,592 38; freight, $3,861,052 32; mail, $64,567 75; rents. $59,720 10 ; and other, $253,523 27-total gross earnings, $6,796,455 82.

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Current expenses, including taxes, $4,778,326 71 ; interest and exchange, $247,948 07; payment to sinking fund, $55,100; dividend, 7 per cent., and U. S. tax paid Pittsfield and North Adams Company, $27,000; dividends, two of 5 per cent. each to stockholders, $1,618,812 08; surplus not divided, $39,238 96.

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Financial conditition and results of operations for ten years :

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1859-60. 241.75 $9.650,000 $6.259.500 $271.805 315,767,521 $2,927,033 7331,387,804 08 $772,000 00 8 1860-61. 241.75 9.650.000 6,269,520 202,104 15,635.159 2.823,500 75 1,221,590 18 772,000 00 8 1861-62. 241.75 9,050,000 6,417,520 79.450 15,718,176 3,102,052 32 1,474,868 40 777,567 01 8 1862-63. 241.75 9.650,000 6.267,520 247,921 15,762,856 3,638,366 20 1,721,189 04 881.025 77 9 1863-64, 241.75 9.650.000 6,269,520 229,061 15,771,856 4,468,838 85 1,666,176 69 988,684 20 10 1861-65. 241.75 10,127,700 6, 269,500 505,214 15,771.656 5,128,748 20 1,763,716 15 1,017,316 20 10 1865–66. 211.75 11,210,800 5,915,020 401,520 16,467,327 5,816,747 25 1,896,992 04 1,090,609 20 10 1866-67. 211.75 13,725,100 5,764,520 36,352 17.692,361 6,024,209 23 2,030,717 00 1,271,834 99 10 1867-68. 241.75 14,931,100 3,442,520 1,294,600 18,378.002 6,074,705 02 1,918,422 21 1,507,942 08 10 1868-69.250.30 16,411,600 2,873,020 1,225,000 20,317,032 : 6,796, 455 82 2,018, 129 11 1,648,842 08 10

The B. & W. had no funded debt and the Western no floating debt throughout the eight years of separate existence. The floating debt of the B. & W. consisted altogether of dividends uncalled for and not due at the close of the year.

Directors (elected on 2d Wednesday of February, 1870).-C. W. Chapin, Spring-
field, Mass.; Daniel Denny, Ignatius Sargent and Josiah Stickney, Boston, Mass.;
Ginery Twitchell, Brookline, Mass. ; D. Waldo Lincoln, Worcester, Mass. ; William
Claflin, Boston, Mass.; and Henry Colt, Pittsfield, Mass. State Directors: Avery
Plumer and Moses Kimball, Boston, Mass.; Thomas F. Plunkett, Pittsfield, Mass.;
John D. Wheeler, Grafton, Mass.; William Mixter, Hardwick, Mass.
C. W. CHAPIN-President.....

Springfield, Mass.
D. Waldo Lincoln-Vice-President.

Boston, Mass.
Treasurer-C. E. Stevens... Boston, Mass. ' Road Maxter-Wm. Russell. .Springfield, Mass.
Secretary-J. A. Rumrill.

.Springüeld, Maxter Mechanic-Wilson Eddy.
General Supt.-C. O. Russell.

Jaster Car Repairs-C. Stebbins
Assistant Supls.
Abraham Firth... Boston,

Gen. Ticket dot.-J. M. Griggs.
J. B. Chapin..... Albany, N. Y. Gen. Freight Agt.--Wm. Bliss..
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

. Springfield, Mass.

SUNCOOK VALLEY RAILROAD.

(Leased to Concord Railroad Company for 42 years from Jan. 1, 1870.)

Line of Road.-Hooksett, N. H., to Pittsfield, N. H....

...20 miles.

Capital stock: Authorized, $350,000; actually paid in, $385,000. No bonded or floating debt. Rental, 6 per cent. per annum or cost of road not exceeding $250,000. Balance of capital furnished by towns through which the road passes. On such stock no dividends are paid during the continuance of the lease to the Concord RR. Co.

Directors.-S. N. Bell, Fred Smyth, Manchester, N. H. ; J. T. Goss, Hooksett, N. H.; H. F. Sanborn, L. B. Fowle, Epsom, N. H. ; Chas. H. Carpenter, Chichester, N. H. ; R. L. French, Pittsfield, N. H. S. N. BELL-President...

Manchester, N. H. Clerk-Lewis W. Clark.

Manchester. | Treasurer-E. W. Harrington...... .Manchester. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Manchester, N. H.

ROCKY RIVER RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Cleveland, O., to Rocky River, O......

5.53 miles Sidings etc., 0.26 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 10 inches. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 2. Cars-passenger, 5; and other, 2 total, 7 cars.

Operations for the 10 months ending June 30, 1869. — Trains run, 23,100 miles Passengers carried, 73,000 ; carried one mile, 292,000. Gross earnings (passenger), $7,336 62. Operating expenses, $3,113 24. Nett earnings, $4,223 38–or, less interest paid, $2,779 57.

General Balances.- Capital stock, $73,300 ; 1st mortgage bonds, 7s, $30,000 ; and floating debt, $6,914 78—total, $110,214 78. Cost of road and equipment, $109,237 42.

Directors.-Ezra Nicholson, Elias Sims, John Spalding, John H. Sargent, P. G. Warmough and Charles Pease, Cleveland, O.; and Collins French, East Rockpost, 0. Ezra NICHOLSON-President..

Cleveland, O. Secretary... Charles Pease. | Treasurer.....John H. Sargent. | Supt.......... .John Spalding PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

No 249 Pearl St., Cleveland, O.

PEORIA, ATLANTA AND DECATUR RR. (in Progress)

Line of Road.-Peoria, Ill., to Decatur, Ill....

70 miles Gauge of track, 4 feet 84 inches. Weight of rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

Directors (elected April 6, 1869).—John T. Lindsay, Robert G. Ingersoll and John C. Prescott, Peoria, Ill. ; H. Armington, A. N. Dills and William S. Dunham, Atlanta, III. ; James Milliken and E. O. Smith, Decatur, Ill. ; Seth Talbot, Tremont, Ill. ; W. H. Cruger, Peoria, Ill. ; and Aquilla Tolands, Decatur, Ill. JOHN T. LINDSAYPresident....

Peoria, III. Treasurer .......James Milliken. | Secretary... Thomas Mooney. Jr. | Chief Engineer, ....S. B. Carter.. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Peoria, III.

CHESTER CREEK RAILROAD.

(Operated under lease by the Philadelphia and Baltimore Cent. RR. Co.)

Line of Road.-Lamokin, Pa., to Lenni, Pa......

7.25 miles, Sidings, etc., 0.5 mile. Gauge, 4 feet 87 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.

General Balances—(November 1, 1869).-Capital stock, 3,700 shares, $159,500. Funded debt-1st mortgage 6 p. c. bonds, due January 1, 1903—$185,000. Cost of of road, etc., $344,500. The lessee pays 6 p. c. on the capital stock.

Directors.—Isaac Hinckley, William Sellers, Abraham R. Perkins and Jarius Baker, Philadelphia, Pa. ; Samuel Archbold and A. P. Morgan, Chester, Pa.; David Woelpper, Chadd's Ford, Pa.; James A. Strawbridge, Elkview, Pa.; Samuel Dickey and James R. Ramsey, Oxford, Pa.; and James M. Broomall, Media, Pa. SAMUEL M. FELTON-President.....

Philadelphia, Pa. Scoretary-William Ward............. Chester, Pa. I Treasurer-Joseph Huddell..... Philadelphia, Pa. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Philadelphia, Pa.

IRON RAILROAD.

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Line of Road.-Ironton (Ohio River), O., to Centre Station, O.... 13 miles. Sidings, etc., 1 mile. Gauge, 4 feet 10 inches.

Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 3. Cars—passenger, 3; freight, 21 ; and other, 90—total, 114.

Oporations for the year ending June 30, 1869.—Trains run, 24,000 miles. Passengers carried, 31,546 ; carried one mile, 234,368. Freight moved, (through, 25,500 ; and local, 55,523), 81,023 tons , moved one mile, 664,541 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $9,589 67; freight, $59,333 71 ; and other, $4,383 91-total gross earnings, $73,307 29. Operating expenses, including taxes, $62,452 71 ; interest paid, $3,305 01 ; surplus to credit, $18,404 15.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $132,411 16; funded debt (1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds due July 1, 1872), $35,000 ; and floating debt, $15,758. Total stock and debt, $183,169 16. Cost of road and equipment, $327,795 92.

Directors.-James Campbell, Hiram Campbell, Samuel W. Demsey, Cyrus Ellison, John Ellison, William D. Tully and George Willard, Ironton, 0.

CYRUS ELLISON— President and Superintendent..... Ironton, 0. Secretary...... Samuel Richards. I Treasurer ..... George Willard. | Fgt. & Ttk. Agt.-Sam'l Richards. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

.Ironton, Lawrence Co., Ohio.

CATASAUQUA AND FOGELSVILLE RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Catasauqua (Lehigh V. RR.), Pa., to Rittenhouse Gap.20 miles. Branch : Trexlertown, Pa., to Farmington, Pa......

4 Sidings, turnouts, etc., 8 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 87 inches. Rail, 50 and 57 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 6. Cars-passenger, 3; baggage, mail and express, 2 ; freight, 18, and ore and stone, 400— total, 423 cars.

Operations for the year ending October 31, 1869 :

Trains run-passenger, 23,788; freight, 23,788, and coal, 38,000—total, 85,576 miles. Passengers carried, 14,467. Freight moved, 303,814 tons.

Gross earnings-passenger, $5,618 42 ; freight, $139,578 31, and other, $5,038 35 -total gross earnings, $150,265 08.

Current expenses, including taxes, $80,673 16; dividends, two of 3 per cent. each, $25,614; surplus (used in construction), $ 13,977 92.

General Balances.-Capital stock, 17,076 shares, $426,900. Cost of road and equipment, $738,854 42.

Directors (elected first Monday of November, 1869).-David Thomas, Catasauqua, Pa.; John T. Knight and John Drake, Easton, Pa.; B. J. Leedom, Philadelphia, Pa.; Samuel Thomas, Catasauqua, Pa.; Alexander F. Hazard, George A. Wood, Thomas Earp and Charles E. Haven, Philadelphia, Pa.; and John Thomas, Hokendauqua, Pa. JOSHUA FIUNT-President....

Catasauqua, Pa. Sec. and Treas.-John Williams.. Catasauqua, Pa. Mast. Car Repairs-C. Holbach... Catasauqua, Pa. Supt. & Eng.--Chas, W. Chapman..

Ticket Agent-John Williams.. Mast. Mach.- Thomas Evans,

Freight Agent-Robt. E. Williems. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

Catasauqua, Lehigh Co., Pa.

DAYTON AND UNION RAILROAD.

(Formerly Greenville & Miami RR. Sold Oct. 30, 1862, and re-organized Jan. 8, 1863.)

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Line of Road.-Dodson (15 m. W. Dayton), O., to Union City, Ind..31.78 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 2.75 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 10 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.

The track of the Dayton and Western RR. is used by the trains of this Company between Dodson and Dayton, 15 miles.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotives, 4. Cars--passenger, 4; express and baggage, 3; and freight, 65—total, 72 cars. Also, 6 hand-cars.

Operations for the year ending June 30, 1869.— Trains run-passenger, 36,900 ; and freight, 43,360—total, 80,260 miles. Passengers carried, 67,496 ; carried one mile, 1,879,154. Freight moved (through, 59,321 ; and local, 20,479), 79,800 tons ; moved one mile, 3,402,465 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $50,368 83 ; freight, $64,972 52; mail and express, $3,600; and other, $293 65—total gross earnings, $119,235. Operating expenses, including taxes, $105,402 39 ; nett earnings, $13,832 61. No dividends.

General Balances.-Capital stock—common, $60,700; and preferred, $21,650— total, $82,350; funded debt—1st mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due January 1, 1879, $140,000 ; 2d mortgage 7 per cent. bonds, due December 1, 1879, $135,000; income mortgage per cent. bonds, $252,444 88—total funded debt, $527,444 88; floating debt, $8,375 40. Total stock and debt, $618,170 28. Cost of road and equipment, $598,483 73.

Directors.-H. C. Stimson, New York City; James McDaniel, G. W. Rogers, W. L. Darrow, and S. R. Stimson, Dayton, O. ; David Studabaker and J. R. Knox, Greenville, O.; I. P. Gray, Union City, O.; and J. H. Achey, Dayton, O.

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