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Directors, (elected January 6, 1873.)—W. K. Edwards, Alexander McGregor, William R. McKeen, J. H. Hager, D. W. Minshall and F. C. Crawford, Terre Haute, Ind. ; and Josephus Collett, Newport, Ind.

WILLIAM R. McKEEN, President.....

.Terre Haute, Ind.

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Treasurer-J. H. Hager. Terre Hante, Ind. Master of Mach. C. R. Peddle.. Terre Haute, Ind. Secretary-W. H. Buckingham..

and Purch. Agt. I Superintendent-J. E. Simpson.. Indianapolis, Mast. Car Repairs-H, Kirnuse. Engineer-Joshua Staples..

Mast. Trans. -N K, Elliott. Road Master-Benjamin Davis..

Ticket Agent-Charles E. Follett .... St. Louis, Mo. Freight Agent-H. W. Hibbard... Indianapolis, Ind. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

. Terre Haute, Vigo Co., Ind.

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HANNIBAL AND ST. JOSEPHI RAILROAD.

(Opened, 1859.)

Line of Road.-Hannibal, Mo., to St. Joseph, Mo...

..206.0 m. Branches :

(Palmyra, (15 m. W. Hannibal,) Mo., to Quincy, Ill.......15.0

| Cameron, (171 m. W. Hannibal,) Mo., to Kansas City, Mo..53.5— 68.5" Total length of main line and branches owned by company.

.274.5 m. Sidings and other tracks, 27.7 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 81 inches. Rail, 60 lbs. to yard.

Since the close of the fiscal year, a branch has been extended from St. Joseph to Atchison, Ks., 22 miles.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 79. Cars-passenger, 1st class, 45 ; 2d class, 16 ; baggage, mail and express, 62 ; freight, grain and merchandise, 162; combination, 745 ; stock, 124 ; and platform, 248; coal, 122 ; and caboose, etc., 41-total revenue cars, 1,565. Also hand, dump and other road cars, 103.

Operations for the year ending August 31, 1872.- Trains run-passenger, 511,974; freight, 1,036,039 ; construction, 100,625—total, 1,648,638. Passengers carried, 320,838 ; carried one mile, 2,1236,681. Freight moved, 415,363 ; moved one mile, 67,728,662 tons. Earnings.

Expenditures. From Passengers. $816,309 71 'Operating expenses.

$1,814,140 SO Freight. .1,465,516 66 Net earnings.

670,524 73 Miscellaneous

202,844 16 $2,484,670 53

$2,484,670 53 Disposition of earnings not stated. Abstract of earnings, expenses, profits, etc., for nine years :

Fiscal Years.

Gross Earnings.
Miles of
RR.

Passengers. Freight. Other.

Operating
Expenses.

Yet
Revenue.

Total.

1863-64.. 1564-65. 1865-66. 1866-67. 1867-68. 1868-69. 1869-70. 1870-71 1871-72..

207 207 207 207 275 275 276.5 276.5 274.5

$518,946 48 $1,172,536 03 $96,551 01 $1,788,033 52 $1,155,659 65 $632.373 87 801,538 97 1,175,290 47 159,042 85 2,135,872 29 1,872,035 48 263,836 81 959,277 85 1,224,747 57 174,987 14 2,359,012 56 2.200,503 36 158, 509 20 699,436 98 929,323 24 85,509 88 1,716,270 10 1,427,998 48 298,271 62

826,242 49 1,237,041 07 120,884 29 2,184, 167 85 1,371,631 81 819,516 04 1,153,632 37 1,565, 128 56 123,236 54 2,841,997 07 2,078,183 55 763,813 92 1.258,225 25 1,882,070 86 199,928 77 3,340,224 88 2, 240,558 01 1,099.666 87 1,101,394 58 1,765,753 98 237,820 81 8,101,969 37 2,015,934 57 1,089,034 80 816,309 71 1,465,516 66 202,844 16 2,484,670 53 1,814,140 80 670,529 73

Financial Statement.-Capital stock, common, $9,168,700 ; preferred, $5,082,128—total, $14,250,828. Bonded debt, $9,146,900. Total stock and bonds, $23,397,728, representing cost of road and equipment.

Statement of funded debt in detail :

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The sales of land to August 31, 1872, amount to:

For principal.

Interest to maturity of contract.
Subject to a deduction on account of contracts cancelled :

of principal..

" interest.
Total amount, including interest

For 487,016.11 acres
" 995 village lots..

interest to maturity of contract..

" forfeited payments.. The amounts paid are for :

Principal
Interest (direct).

Additional interest.
The amount of unsettled payments, including interest to maturity, is'.

5,050,826 78 6,477,868 24

135,695 67 1,287,215 19

4,130 60— 6,477,868 24

2,516,027 59
618,786 55
37,629 98- 3,172,444 12

3,416,135 32

The amount paid on account of sales and interest has been disposed of as follows:
For 220,500 old land bonds and interest..

172,500 new land bonds and interest.
1,457.12 shares preferred stock.
remittances to trustees...

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$236,321 65 175,103 07

121,426 67 2,611,948 58 $3,174,799 97

The trustees' account to December 31, 1871, shows purchase of $2,276,950 new land bonds, costing..

$2,404,732 44 $5,500 new land bonds, costing

5,274 50 Premiums of exchange, etc...,

2,645 62 Incidental expenses, etc., of trustees.

1,233 86 Salaries of three trustees.

29,000 00 Remittances as above.

$2,641,948 58 Interest and premiums.

14,884 81 Cost of $5,500 bonds.

5,274 50 Balance of trustees' account

219,221 47 $200,700 bonds purchased by trustees in 1872.

$2,662,107 89 $2,662,107 89

Directors, (elected November 4, 1872.)—Alfred W. Lamb, Hannibal, Mo. ; Henry N. Smith, Benjamin F. Carver, Charles H. Kerner, E. S. Higgins, Albert H. De Forest, John P. Acker, Charles A. De Forest and Jenkins Van Schaick, New York City.

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Line of Road.—Aspinwall (Atlantic) to Panama (Pacific)..... ..47.57 miles. Sidings, etc., 11.84 miles. Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 68 lbs. per yard.

Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 20. Cars—passenger, 26 ; baggage, mail and express, 4; box, 226 ; stock, 4; platform, 82; coal, 15; service, 155—total, 516. Operations for the year ending December 31, 1872. Earnings.

Expenditures. From Passengers. $160,000 00 Operating expenses....

$496.077 02 Freight.. .1,463,019 96 Net earnings..

1,232,602 33 Miscellaneous.

95,660 04 $1,718,680 00

$1,718,650 00 Payments from net earnings : Interest on funded debt, $243,169.68; dividends, (104 per cent,) $735,000; other payments, $251,585.78-balance, $2,846.92.

Financial Statement.-Capital stock, $7,000,000. Funded debt, ist mortgage sterling bonds, dated April 1st, 1855, interest 7 per cent, payable April and October, principal 1875, £19,350. General mortgage sterling bonds, dated October 1, 1867, interest 7 per cent, payable April and October, principal 1897, £597,800. Total funded debt, £617,150. Equalling at $4.85, $2,993,177.50. No floating debt. Cost of road and equipment, $10,000,000.

Directors, (elected April, 1873.)-A. B. Stockwell, S. L. M. Barlow, T. B. Musgrove, S. J. Harriot, H. W. Gray, J. M. Burke, W. B. Leonard, George S. Scott, T. W. Parks, George M. Pullman, H. H. Baxter, Alexander Masterton, F. W. G. Bellows, New York City. A. B. STOCKWELL, President.

.. New York City. F. W. G. Bellows, Vice-President . Treasurer-Henry Smith. New York City. | Secretary-John Keelie... New York City

Gen. Supt.-A. J. Centre....... New York City. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. . Nos. 59 and 61 Wall st., New York City.

PENNSYLVANIA AND WESTERN RAILROAD. (Projected.)

Line of Road.-Milton, Pa., to Clarion, Pa......

....about 200 miles. This road is intended to form as nearly as practicable å direct line between Mil. ton, near the junction of the Philadelphia and Erie and the Catawissa Railroads, and Clarion, in Clarion County, and to create an outlet for the products of the counties through which it passes. Surveys have been made and right of way secured over a considerable part of the line. It is also intended to construct branches from Lockhaven to Mill Hall, and Bellefonte to Black Creek.

Capital stock authorized, $5,000,000; subscribed, $3,250,000. Funded debt authorized, $5,000,000, 7 per cent gold, payable October 1, 1902.

Directors.--Samuel C. Johnson, New York; S. A. Cook, Benjamin Ligget, Centre Co., Pa. ; A. G. Miller, Shippensburg, Pa. ; W. J. Kealsle, Bellefonte, Pa. ; J. A. Irvin, Philadelphia, Pa. SAMUEL C. JOHNSON, President..

.New York City. Treasurer-J. C. Johnson.. Philadelphia, Pa., Chief Engineer-S. Brugger. Centre Co., Pa, Sec. and Supt.-J. A. Irvin......

Fiscal Agency-Mechanics' Nat. Bank..N. Y. City. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.. ..No. 50 Broad st., New York City. Secretary's Office.

.237 South 3d st., Philadelphia, Pa.

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PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD.

(Opened, 1834. Leased from December 1, 1871, to the Pennsylvania RR. Company.)

Line of Road.-Kensington, Pa., to Morrisville, Pa.....

.26.60 miles. Second track, 26.4 ; and sidings, etc., 9.75 m. Gauge, 4 feet 9 in. Rail, 56 to 67 lbs. Steel rails, 22.37 miles. Operated : Connecting RR., 6.78; and Frankford and Holmesburg RR., 4.15 miles.

Rolling Stock.- None owned. Furnished by lessees.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1872.--Passengers carried, 1,561,080. Freight moved, 1,124,6 10 tons. Gross earnings--from passengers, $1,038,937.35 ; from freight, $629,472.06; miscellaneous sources, $91,348.73—total, $1,759,758.14. No separate account is kept of operating expenses, which are included in those of the New York division of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.

Under the lease, quarterly dividends of 24 per cent each were paid by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company.

Abstract of operations for ten years :

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* Also January, 1866, 10 per cent in stock, $99,920. General Balances.-Capital stock, (12,591 shares,) $1,259,100; and profit and loss, $275,408.76—-total, (representing cost of road,) $1,534,478.76. The company have also real estate, not connected with their railroad property, valued at date at $329,626.

J. EDGAR THOMSON, President....... ...Philadelphia, Pa.

F. H. White, Sec. and Treas.... .233 South 4th st., PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

.Philadelphia, Pa.

GREENE RAILROAD.

(Leased and operated by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western RR. Co.)

Line of Road.--Chenango Forks, N. Y., to Greene, N. Y....... .8 miles. Sidings and other tracks, 0.62 mile. Gauge, 6 feet. Rail, 62 lbs. to yard.

Rolling Stock.–None owned ; furnished by operators.

Operations for the year ending September 30, 1872.— Trains run-passenger, 10,016; and freight, 10,808—total, 20,824 miles. Passengers carried, 37,773 ; carried one mile, 283,271. Freight moved, 151,848 ; carried one mile, 1,194,947 tons. Earnings.

Expenses. From Passengers. $11,346 01 Maintenance of way..

$9,409 75 Freight. 22,005 19 Rolling stock.

4,090 01 2,366 50 Transportation.

16,606 51 $35,717 70

$30,106 22 Net earnings, $5,611.43. Payments : dividends, $12,000.

Financial Statement.--Capital stock, (all paid in,) $200,000. Per contra : Cost of road and equipment, $348,877.58. MAURICE BIRDSALL, President.....

..Greene, N. Y Treas. and Sec. ....J. E. Juliand. | Engineer.......James Archbald. Supt............G. F. Thompson,

PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS. ...26 Exchange Place, New York.

Miscellaneous...

NEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND GREAT NORTHERN RR.

(Opened, 1859.))

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

.....206 miles. Sidings and other tracks, 31 miles. Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 56 to 64 lbs. to yard.

The extension of the road from Canton, via Kosciusko and Aberdeen, to the Tennessee line, is provided for by an act of the Mississippi Legislature, approved April 11, 1871. Counties, towns and cities are authorized to subscribe to the company's stock or donate to the company any amounts deemed appropriate by two thirds of the legal voters thereof, and for this purpose they may issue seven per cent sinking fund bonds. The road is to be completed to Kosciusko in two years from January 1, 1872, and to Aberdeen in five years, and if so completed to Kosciusko within the prescribed time, then the company are to have transferred to them all the stock held by the government in any and every railroad company within the State.

The extension through New Orleans to the Gas Company's wharf on the Missis. sippi has been completed. Its cost, including land damages, is estimated at $1,000,000. Since July 1, 1870, the shareholders have expended, in the improvement of the line, up to October 31, 1872, $2,325,500.

Rolling Stock.-Locomotive engines, 57. Cars—passenger, 31 ; postal, baggage and mail, 15; box, 553 ; flat, 271; stock, 25; caboose and dump, 86 ; dummy engine, 1-total, 1,039.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1872.-Gross traffic, $1,754, 488.60 ; expenses, $903,643.90 ; net earnings for 1872, $850,844.70 ; net earnings for 1871, $707,714.70.

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