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DETROIT, HILLSDALE AND INDIANA RR. (in Progress.)

Line of Road.-Ypsilanti (28 m. W. Detroit), Mich., to State Line, Ind.80 miles.

Capital stock authorized, $800,000. 1st mortgage 8 per cent. 20 years bonds authorized, $16,000 per mile, $1,280,000, due 1869.

Directors (elected December 7, 1869).—John Owen, C. N. Buhl and J. S. Newberry, Detroit, Mich. ; John P. Cook, William Waldron and Henry Waldron, Hills. dale, Mich. ; Daniel L. Quirk, Ypsilanti, Mich.; W. H. Davenport, Saline, Mich. ; Addison P. Cook, Brooklyn, Mich.; and J. D. Corey, Manchester, Mich. HENRY WALDRON-President....

Hillsdale, Mich. S&c. & Treas.-E. Van Volkenburg, Hillsdale, Mich.Chief Engineer–J. B. Walton. ....Detroit, Mich. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Hillsdale, Hillsdale Co., Mich.

NEW HAMPSHIRE CENTRAL RAILROAD (Projected.)

Line of Road.-Danbury (Northern RR.), N. H., to State Line, Me.... 70 miles.

Directors (elected May, 1869).—O. F. Fowler, Bristol, N. H. ; William Dyer, New Hampton, N. H.; John W. Beede, Meredith, N. H. ; W. M. Weed, Sandwich, N. H.; W. H. H. Mason, Moultonboro', N. H.; Larkin D. Mason, Tamworth, N. H. ; Henry J. Banks, West Ossipee, N. H. 0. F. FOWLER-President.......

Bristol, N. H. Treasurer-Cyrus Taylor. ..... ...Bristol, N. H | Clerk-S. K. Mason...... . Bristol, N. H. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

. Bristol, Grafton Co., N. H.

SEABOARD AND ROANOKE RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Portsmouth, Va., to Weldon, N. C........

80 miles. Sidings, turnouts, etc., 4 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 84 inches. Rail, 50 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 12. Cars-passenger, 5; baggage, mail and express, 4; and freight, 160—total, 169 cars.

No account of operations or financial condition can be obtained.

There is a 7 per cent. 1st mortgage on the property due in 1880 to the amount of $210,000.

Directors.–Nalbro Frazier, Moncure Robinson and W.L. Savage, Philadelphia, Pa.; George R. Vickers, Baltimore, Md.; Richard Walke, Norfolk, Va.; and David A. Barnes, Jackson, N. C. JOHN M. ROBINSON-President..

Baltimore, Md. Treasurer-J. T. Hill.

.Portsmouth, Va. Master Mech.-J. B. Pendleton..Portsmouth, Va Mast. Trans.-E. G. Ghio.

Freight Agent-0. V. Smith.....
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS... .High St., Portsmouth, Va.

ORANGE AND NEWARK RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Newark (9 m. W. New York), N. J., to Orange....... 6 miles. Branch: Newark, N. J., to Belleville, N. J......

4 Sidings, turnouts, etc., 1.29 mile. Gauge, 5 feet 24 inches. Rail, 45 lbs. to yard.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1869.-Gross earnings-passenger, $162,294 98; and other, $6,793 12—total, $169,088 10. Current expenses, $139,340 88. Nett earnings, $29,747 22.

General Balances.-Capital stock, $300,000; 1st mortgage 6 per cent. bonds, $500,000. Cost of property, $800,000.

Directors.-William Pierson, Orange, N. J. ; Martin R. Dennis, David A. Hayes and Joseph P. Bradley, Newark, N. J.; Nelson Lindsley, Orange, N. J.; A. L. Dennis, Newark, N. J.; Jonathan Bird, Belleville, N. J.; Martin A. Howell, New Brunswick, N. J.; and D. H. McAlpine, New York City. WILLIAM PIERSON-President......

Orange, N. J.
Martin R. Dennis, Vice-President, Treas. and Supt........ Newark, N. J.

Secretary-David A. Hayes.. Newark, N. J.
Assist. Superintendent-E. Freeman
Road Muster-R. Fullilore....

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Mast. Car Repairs--J. Kneeland... Newark, N. J.
Purchasing Agt.-J. W. Poinier...
Transjer Agt.-David A. Hayes....

Market St., Newark, N. J.

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

TERRE HAUTE AND INDIANAPOLIS RAILROAD.

Line of Road.— Terre Haute, Ind., to Indianapolis, Ind..

73 miles, Branch lines : for coal purposes..

.11 Second track, sidings, etc., 26 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 87 inches. Rail, 60 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.- Locomotives, 31. Cars—passenger, 19; baggage, mail and express, 10; and freight-box, 231; stock, 55; platform, 119; and coal, 302—total cars 736.

Operations for the year ending November 30, 1869.—Trains run-passenger, 188,025 ; freight, 288,287; and other, 36,886—total, 503,198 miles. Passengers carried, 283,784. Freight moved, 579,432 tons. Gross earnings—passenger, $426,709 67 ; freight $713,829 08; mail, express, etc., $39,459 08; and other, $99,045 49-total, $1,279,043 32. Current expenses, including taxes, etc., $607,597 91 ; dividends, two of 6 per cent. each, $251,134 70; other payments from income, $328,224 05. Balance to credit of income, $92,086 66.

Condensed statement from Balance Sheet of December 1, 1869 :

Capital stock
1et mortgage bonds, 78., 1879.
Bills payable..
Current liabilities.
Balance to credit of income.

$1,988, 150 00
318,000 00

15,030 00
148,912 88
1,049,365 03

Road and equipment...
Stocks and bonds owned.
Bills receivable.
Current assets.
Cash on hand.

$2,215,996 37
1,157,178 14

7,964 65 17,465 50

150,853 35 .$3,549,457 91

Total.

$3,549,457 91

Total.

Statement of condition of Company and Results of Operations for ten years :

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Stock dividends : January, 1856 (20 per cent.), $216,570 ; and April, 1864 (25 per cent.), $376,700.

Directors (elected January 3, 1870).-Chauncey Rose, William R. McKeen, Alexander McGregor, W. K. Edwards, F. Nippert, Demas Deeming and R. A. Morris, all of Terre Haute, Ind. WILLIAM R. McKEEN-President.....

. Terre Haute, Ind. Treasurer-M. W. Williams.... Terre Haute, Ind. Master of Mach'y-Wm. Riley.. Terre Haute, Ind. Secretary-R. A. Morris.

Master Car Repairs--H. Kirmse, Gen. Supt.-C. R. Peddle.

Gen. Ticket Agt.-R. A. Morris, Asst. Supt.-John E. Simpson. Indianapolis,

and Road Vaster-Benjamin Davis.

Gen. Fgt. Agt.-H. W. Hibbard, Indianapolis, PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Terre Haute, Ind.

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ERIE RAILWAY.

Line of Road.— Jersey City, N. J., to Dunkirk, N. Y....... ..459.00 miles Branches owned or leaged by the Company.......

..386.75 Total length of road owned, leased and operated....

.845.75 Double track and sidings-on main line, 380.75; and on branch line, 50.5— total, 431.25 miles.

Gauge of track, 6 feet. Weight of rail, 64 to 70 lbs. to yard. Engine houses, 40.
The following railroads are virtually owned by the Erie Company:

Paterson, Hndson and Ramapo.
Paterson and Newark
Northern New Jersey
Hackensack and New York.
Nexburg Cut-off.
Long Dock,

Miles.
29.62
12.00
21.25

4.88
12.50
1.50

Buffalo, New York and Erie.
Rochester and Genesee Valley.
Chemung
Hawley Branch..
Buffalo, Bradford and Pittsburg
Jefferson ..

Miles. 142.00 18.15 17.36 16.00 26.00 8.50

The Erie Company also operates (under lease) the Atlantic and Great Western Railway, 3874 miles ; the Mahoning, Leavitsburg and Cleveland, 50 miles; the Franklin Branch from Meadville to Oil City, 33 miles; and the Silver Creek Branch, 5 miles. It also runs its trains over the broad gauge track of the Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton. The accounts of these roads are kept distinct from those of the Erie.

The Erie Company also run trains over the following roads, receiving payment in a fixed sum for each mile run: Warwick Valley RR., 10 miles; the Montgomery and Erie RR., 10.25 miles; the Middletown, Union and Water Gap RR., 14 miles.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 401. Cars-1st class Passenger, 213; 2d class and Emigrant Passenger, 54; Baggage, Mail and Express, 71; and Freight, 7,447—total, 7,785 cars.

Mileage and rolling stock for ten years :

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Operations for the year ending September 30, 1869.—Trains run-passenger, 2,837,407; and freight, 4,924,172—total, 7,761,579 miles.

Passengers carried, 2,497,113 ; carried one mile, 128,455,158.
Freight moved, 4,312,209 tons ; moved one mile, 817,929,190 tons.

Gross earnings-passenger, $3,429,629 18; freight, $13,046,803 76; telegraph, $33,562 80; storage, $3,740 14; rents, $22,831 76; mail, $150,409 61, and Pavonia Ferry, $34,523 28—total gross earnings, $16,721,500 34.

Transportation expenses, $13,259,266 61 ; Hudson River Ferry, $184,514 15; telegraph, $107,273 59; Internal revenue tax, $88,566 44; loss on Lake Erie steamers, $78,464 64; rents of railroads, $824,020 ; interest on mortgage debt, $1,703,773 00 ; surplus, Oct. 1, 1869, $476,621 91.

1. Statement of train, passenger and tonnage operations on the Erie Railway, for ten years, ending Sept. 30, 1869 :

Freight (tons) Moved.

Miles Run by Traing.

Passengers Carried.

Fiscal Years.

Passenger.

Freight.

Total.

Number.

One Mile.

Number.

One Mile.

1859-60.
1860-61.
1861-62.
1862-63.
1863 64
186 165.
1865-66.
1866-67
1867-68.
1868 69

1,220,958
1.255,379
1,172,818
1,469,285
1,331,119
1,668,812
2,110,970
2,407,401
2,471,594
2,837,407

2,370,334
2,561,796
3.409,521
3,615,287
4.281,330
4,200,529
4,463,338
4,051,878
4,411,376
4,924,172

3,591,292
3,817,175
4,582.369
5,081,572
5,818,779
5,869.311
6,901,408
6,459,279
6.892.970
7,761,579

941,554
812,659

859,203
1,065,752
1.652,371
2.036.835
2,1 1,935
2,215,180
2.194.348
2,197,113

56,557,070 54.997,710 51,617,695 71.663,796 114.935,925 156,166.640 157,725,808 128, 191,241 124,312.884 128,455,158

1,139,554 1,253,419 1,632,955 1,815,096 2,170,798 2,231,350 3,242,792 3,181,516 3,908,243 4,312,209

214,081,396 251,350,127 351,002 205 403,670.961 422.013.614 389,557,212 478,485,772 549.888,422 595,699,225 817,829, 190

2. Statement classifying the freight (tons of 20,000 lbs.) moved on the Erie Rail way for the same ten years :

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3. Statement of Earnings, Expenses, Profits, Dividends, etc., for same ten years

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$1,180.957 $3,884,343 $115,322 $5,180,322 $3,493,815' $1,686,506
1,136,016 4,351,464 103,404 5,590,917
1,096,197 6,642,915 124,861 7,863,973 4,871,331 2,992,612
1,670,083 8,432,234 143,800 10,246, 117, 6,302, 288 3,943,829 $1,125,847
2,523,0059,855,088 173,387 12,551,480 9,057,754 3,493,726 {

596,897
1,090,136

567,168 4,450,209 10,726,264 194,101 15,300,575; 12,200,281 3,100,294

1,246,104 3,593,966 11,611,023 167,820 15,372.809 12,083,898 3,288,911 667,305 2.931,833 11,204,689 180,691 14,317,213' 11,402,811 2,914,403 567,305 3,531,504 10.780,976 64,393 14,376,872 12,419,56 1,957,316 567,305 4,043,049 12,583,794 94,658 16,721,50014,542,105 2.179,395

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* Dividends marked thus were paid on the preferred stock. Current expenses in the above table include rents of leased roads-viz. : in 1859–60, $140,900 ; in 1860–61, $138,400 ; in 1861–62, $238,303; in 1862–63, $244,650 ; in 1863–64, $739,668 27: in 1864–65, $569,495 ; in 1865–66, $677,346 ; in 1866–67 $727,888 77 ; in 1867-68, $703,392 92; and in 1868–69, $824,020.

General Balances.-Capital stock-common, $70,000,000 ; and preferred 78, $8,536,910—total, $78,536,910; Funded Debt, $23,398,800; Floating Debt, none total Stocks and Debt, $101,935,710. Per contra : Cost of road, etc., $57,164,420 99 rolling stock, $7,440,575 59; and Pavonia and 23d street Ferries, $526,962 43. Total cost of property, $65,131,959 01. The remainder, $36,803,750 99, has been invested in auxiliary works and advances, etc., to leased roads. No general balance sheet is published.

The following are the details of the Funded Debt:

Classes,

Rate,
per cent. Interest Due.

Principal Due.

Amount.

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$3,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000 4,441,000

926,500 186,400

500 4,844,400

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