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The U. S. Government also, by act of Congress, approved July 25, 1866, granted to the California and Oregon Railroad Company every alternate section of public land, not mineral, designated by odd numbers, to the amount of twenty alternate sections per mile, ten on each side of its said road on the line thereof, and when any of said sections are found to have been granted, reserved, etc., other odd numbered sections of land, to be selected in lieu thereof, under direction of the Secretary of the Interior.

Total number of acres of land granted, upward of thirteen millions, (13,000,000.)

The location and character of these lands differ so much, it is difficult to estimate their value. They are subject to mortgage of $10,000,000.

Directors.-Leland Stanford, Sacramento, Cal.; C. P. Huntington, New York City ; Mark Hopkins, E. H. Miller, Jr., C. H. Cummings, William E. Brown, Sacramento, Cal.; Robert Robinson, San Francisco, Cal. LELAND STANFORD, President.....

. Sacramento, Cal. C. P. Huntington, Vice-President.

New York City, N. Y. Treasurer--Mark Hopking... Sacramento, Cal. | Auditor-William H. Porter..... Sacramento, Cal. Secretary-E. H. Miller, Jr..

Freight-A. D. Wilder... Chief Engineer-S, S. Montague.

Pass'p-A. D.W. McCullough
Land Agent-B. B. Redding,

Asst. Engineer-L. M. Clement..
S. W. Sanderson .

A88l. Gen. Fgt. Agt.--J. C, Stubbs
Counsel : Robert Robin on... San Francisco, Cal. Gen. Tkt. Agt.-T, H. Goodman.
James H. Sturrs.. New York City, N.Y.

Mach.-A. J. Stevens..
General Supt.-A. N. Towne..... Sacramento, Cal. " Car Rep're-Benj.Welch
Asst. Gen. Supt.-John Corning..

Road Master-R. II, Pratt.
E.C. Fellows San Francisco.Cal. Supt. of Bridges-Arthur Brown.
Dirision Supts.

F. W. Bowen...Sacramento, Cal. Purchasing dgt.-J. R. Watson..
R. S. Mattison...

.... Carlin, Nev. Gen.Agt.-C. P. Huntington......9 Nassau st., N.Y.
James Campbell...Ogden, Utah.
GENERAL OFFICE..

.Sacramento, Cal. LOCAL OFFICES

| 422 California st., San Francisco, Cal. 9 Nassau street, New York City.

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STILLWATER AND ST. PAUL RAILROAD.

(Opened, December 28, 1870. Leased to the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad

Company for 999 years, from January 1, 1871. Lease assigned to Northern Pa. cific Railroad Company May 1, 1872.)

Line of Road.-Stillwater, Minn., to White Bear Station, on L. S. & M. RR..13 m. Side tracks, 1.5 miles. Gauge, 4 feet 8.4 inches.

The road is leased to the Lake Superior and Mississippi Railroad Company. The lessees agreeing to pay interest on the bonds of the company, viz., $28,000 per annum, in gold ; taxes; and $1,000 in currency per annum, for the maintenance of organization. The lease was assumed May 1, 1872, by the Northern Pacific RR. Company.

Rolling Stock.-Furnished by lessees.
Operations included in lessees’ returns.

Fioancial Statement, February 25, 1873.-Capital stock, $ 100,000 ; funded debt, 1st mortgage ? per cent gold bonds, $400,000, coupons due June and December 1. The bonds are secured by a first and only mortgage on the railroad, lands and all the property of the company. Floating debt, $13,516.81. The city of Stillwater donated toward the cost of construction of the road, bonds of the city to the amount of $25,000. Cost of road and survey of land-grant, $ 138,516.81.

'This company has a land-grant from the United States government of 10 sections per mile, amounting to 83,200 acres ; title to 63,852.46 acres of which has been obtained up to this time.

The lands lie along the line of the St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, and are some of the finest prairie lands in Minnesota.

Directors.-David Brunson, John M. Cusick and H. R. Murdock, of Stillwater; William G. Moorhead, S. M. Felton and Frank H. Clark, of Philada.; and Charles Eliot Furness, of St. Paul. David BRUNOx, President.....

...Stillwater, Minn. Secretary-II. R. Murdock....... Stillwater, Minn. | Treasurer-Thomas M. Davis...... St. Paul, Mion.

ELIZABETHTOWN AND PADUCAH RAILROAD.

Line of Rond.-Elizabethtown, Ky., to Paducah, Ky......

.185 miles, Sidings and other tracks, 4.7 miles. Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

The line from Elizabethtown to Paducah was opened during the last year, but the officers of the company decline to furnish any statement of operations. It is intended to extend the line to Louisville. The statement here given is from the MANUAL for 1872-73.

Rolling Stock.- Locomotive engines, 10. Cars—passenger, 4; baggage, mail and express, 2; freight, box, 32 ; stock, 4 ; and platform, 25 ; and coal, 125—total of all cars, 192.

Financial Statement.-Capital stock, $3,075,000 ;' and funded debt, 1st mortgage 8 per cent bonds, dated March 1, 1870, and payable, interest semi-annually, March and September, and principal March 1, 1890, ($3,000,000,) $2,900,000—total stock and bonds, (representing estimated cost of road to completion,) $6,075,000. The stock has been taken chiefly by Louisville ($1,000,000) and the counties along the line, ($1,700,000.)

Directors, (elected July 1, 1871.)—W. H. Dulaney, R. A. Robinson and J. S. Lithgow, Louisville, Ky. ; S. B. Thomas, Elizabethtown, Ky. ; James Trabue, Dennis Long and T. L. Barrett, Louisville, Ky.; L. M. Flournoy, Paducah, Ky. B. Du Pont, resident......

.Louisville, Ky. Treas. and Sec.-A. A. Gordon..... Louisville, Ky. I Superintendent-D. Brock..... Elizabethtown, 6y.

Chief Eng.-John McLeod. ... Elizabethtown, Ky. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

... Louisville, Ky.

LITTLE ROCK AND FORT SMITH RR. (In progress.)

Line of Road.-Little Rock, Ark., to Fort Smith, Ark...

..160 miles. In operation : Little Rock to Clarksville, Ark......

.100 Gauge, 5 feet. Rail, 56 lbs. to yard.

During the last year, the company have arranged with the New Jersey Central Railroad and the Pennsylvania Coal Company for the building of coal wharves below India Point, connecting with the P. and W. RR. by a branch along east side of See-konk River to Valley Falls, to be built on joint account with the Rhode Island and Massachusetts Railroad. The completion of the Hopkinton Branch will open com

munication with the Boston and Albany Railroad, at Ashland, by means of the Milford and Woonsocket Railroad. The P. and W. RR. company have taken a ten years' lease of the latter named road.

The balance of the road from Clarksville to Fort Smith is partly graded and ties ready. The whole is under contract and is expected to be completed by January 1, 1874. There is a land-grant of 1,100,000 in aid of the road, which passes valuable coal lands in the valley of the Arkansas River.

Rolling Stock.—Locomotive engines, 6. Cars of all kinds, 100.
Operations.- Not reported, as the road has only recently come into operation.

Financial Statement, March 1, 1873. -Capital stock authorized, $6,000,000 ; paid in, $4,675,000. Funded debt authorized, $6,000,000, consisting of 1st mortgage sinking fund land-grant bonds, dated October 1, 1872, bearing 7 per cent interest in gold and payable in 30 years.

Directors.-Elisha Atkins, Henry Saltonstall, Edward Atkinson and Georgo
Everett, Boston, Mass.; 0. A. Hadley, Alexander McDonald, Henry Page, W. S.
Oliver and John Stoddard, Little Rock, Ark.
ELISIIA ATKINS, President....

.Boston, Mass.
Treasurer
E. L. Adams. Superintendent.

S. B. Beaumont. Secretary ..

G. N. Play. | Chief Engincer PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

.Little Rock, Ark.

A. P. Robinson.

PORTLAND AND OXFORD CENTRAL RAILROAD.

Line of Road.-Mechanics' Falls, Me., to Canton, Me...... .......27.5 miles. Sidings and other tracks, 2.75 miles. Gauge, 5 feet 6 inches. Rail, 45 and 56 lbs.

Rolling Stock.–Locomotive engines, 2. Cars-passenger, 1 ; baggage and mail, 1; and freight, box, 4; stock, 3 ; and platform, 15——total revenue cars, 24. Also, service cars, 4.

Operations for the year ending December 31, 1871.— Trains run, 55 miles daily. Passengers carried, 2,880. Freight moved, 6,375 tons. Gross earnings-passenger, $3,017.11 ; freight, $9,673.06 ; and other, $1,530.97—total, $14,221.14.

Financial Statement.--Capital stock, common, $150,000 ; and preferred, $100,000 ; funded debt, 1st mortgage 6 per cent bonds of 1863, $218,500. Cost of road, $20,000 per mile. Town aid was given to a considerable extent.

No later information can be obtained. The road has been condemned by the Railroad Commissioners of Maine.

F. B. Smith, President and Superintendent.. ...Canton, Me.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS..

Canton, Maine.

SALISBURY AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. (In progress.)

Line of Road.-P. and C. RR., to Salisbury, Pa.....

..8.5 miles.
The greater part of the road has been graded.
Financial Statement.-No report.
JOHN ANSPACH, President....

.Philadelphia, Pa.
F. J. Anspach, Treasurer and Secretary.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND ADDRESS.

.Philadelphia, Pa.

STREET (IIorse) RAILROADS IN TIIE STATE OF MASSACHIUSETTS. An Abstract of the Third Annual Report of the Railroad Commissioners, being for the year ending September 30, 1872.

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Albany Street Freight.
Boston and Chelsea
Boston and West Roxbury*
Cambridge*
Highland Street.
Lowell.
Lynn and Boston
Malden and Melros 2*
Medford and Charlestown*.
Merrimac Valley.
Metropolitan.
Middlesex.
New Bedford & Fairhaven
North'pron and Williamsb's
North Woburn
Salem
Somerville
South Boston.
Springfield,
Stoneham Street,
Taunton.
Union
Waltham and Newton
Winnisimmet
Worcester

3
$

M.
75,000

75,000 0.88
110.000

110,000 3.27
41,000

41,000 1.23
740,900 150.000

890,900 29.31
200,000 In process of constructio n.
56.030

3.500 103,500 3.82
200.000 50,000 43,097 293,697 9.75
165,000 75,000

210,000 3.00
21,000 4,000

23.000 3.18
57,000

50,000 5.00
1,500,000

599,390 1,089,390 42.31
409,000 184,500 159,822 713,322 15.61
33.400

16,3.53 51,333 8.30
800.000

6,499 806, 199 3.20
20,800

20.000 2.69
150,000 35,900 1,800 187,700 7.40
95.000,

98.000 3.75
450,000

450,000 5.57
50.000

7,675 57.670 2.10 23.000

33,000 2.50
40,000)

7,500 47,500
350,000 500 132.108 505,108
23.531

16,316 39,850
50.400)

51,630 2.75
40,000 33,000 26,968 91,000

0.28
0.26
5.20
0.63
0.19
0.01
0.05
0.44
0.28
1.92
0.31
0.03

50
1220
300
20
11
10
54

12 81,701
35 277.381

60,246

31,600
7 63,000
204 2,219,747
63 003,701
8 54,867
2 300,000
8 35,310
20 203,735

98,000
52 440,323
6 65.081
5 38,714
8 53,414
97 4433,494
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No.

$
$

p. c. 1.04

3, 107 37 2.356 87 1.0.50 50 4.68

8.800 00 1,141 17 7,652 92 7,480 00 6.8 1.25

2,500 00

2,500 00

2,050 00 5 29.19

69,681 00

69,681 00 66,681 009
4.04 601,665 34,108 93 879 05 34.978 98 31,810 91 3,138 07
11.02 2,311,193, 180,630 34 2,143 96 182,771 30 180,212 36 2,361 91
3.60
3.46

2,210 00 333 66 1.886 31
5.26 498,578 36,124 91 1,021 03 37,145 96 27.924 95 9,521 01
46.29 17,459,102 939,177 42 26,863 24 986,040 66 811,650 87 171,353 79 126,602 51 10
16.24 269,901 227,828 37

231,306 20 190,809 19 42,197 01

24,000 00 6
3.19 88,291

5,475 43 3,659 95 1,815 48
3.21 71,123 6,743 66 1,141 37 7,521 43 7.907 72
2.74 81.602

1,920 00 215 16 1,704 84
7.81 825,821

51.25:3 22 65,076 17 4.03

5,650 00

6,650 00 5,650 00 5.8 7.68 509,457

296,572 14 249,871 49 46,700 65 45,576 92 10 2.71 82,012

22,102 29 22.657 45 1,601 83 2.53 177.702

15,300 02 13,8:26 35 1,193 67 4.82 329,862

21.316 19 15,519 46 6,796 73 7,156,914

493,461 81 152,991 09' 40,170 75 19,312 50 7.5 3.11 124,101

7,791 62 6,803 53 988 09 3.25

3.000 00

3,077 26 2,132 004 4.37 400,707

26,171 001 26,722 47 Lose.

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Lynn and Boston lcance Boston and Chelsea, and Winnisimmet.
Metropolitan leascs Boston and West Roxbury.

Middleser Icascs Somerville, (in part,) Malden and Melrose, and Medford and Charlestown.
Union leases Somervillo (in part) and Cambridge.

A TABULAR STATEMENT of their Length and Cost, Capital, Bonds, etc., and their Earnings in the year ending September 30, 1872.

Dividends. Capital and Float- Total

etc. inge. Am'nt. p. c. Debt.)

$ 151,400 6.50 1.50' $163,000 6.50 $72.522 $19,719 $92.241 $ €3,075 $29,175 $13,333 11.00 Atlantic Avenue (Brooklyn).

200,000 100,000 12,361 312,361 5.38 5.38 327,600 5.38 158,223 5.489 103,712 129,006 34,706 24.000 12.00 Broadway and Seventh Avenue.

2,100,000 1,500,000 200,000 3,800,000 4.00 6.33 3,806,608 4.00 878,263 28,547 906,812 594,061 312,718 120,000, 6.00 Brooklyn, Bath and Coney Island

2,291,032 40.50 41 00 2,313,004 40.50 1,403,562 44.899 1,445,461 1,206,894 211,567 195,000 12.00 Brooklyn City and Newtown

29,092 1.63 19,796 165 19,961 13,519 6,412 6,000 Central Park, North and East River

72,000 6.00 Dunkirk and Fredonia.

43, 156 3.50 4,092 3,436 7,528 2,743 4,785 4,914 14.00 Eighth Avenue..... 1,000,000 203,000 65,300 1,268,300 9.00

1,586,034 9.CO 768.310 35,974 804,284 653.553 150,731 120,000 12.00 Fifth Ward (Syracuse).

957,000 5.13 6.13 1,054,679 5.13 368,664 9,012 377,676 278,511 99,165 74,800 10.00 Frankfort and lion..

1,800 3.00 Grand Street and Newtown. 170,000 90,000 21,571 284,571 6.00 3.00 320,467 6 00 94,884

3,401 1,504 810 5.00 Kingston and Rondout.

18.230 4,633 2,500 Mohawk and Ilion.

219 6,639 3,986 2,073 2,100 14.00 New Brighton and Onondaga Valley.

72,515 64,472 8,073 2,975 Second Avenue. 1,099,500 1,163,500 88,181 2,351,181 10.00 10.00 2,376,130 10.00 625, 220 1,512

463,432 163,300 37,544 Sixth Averue

750,000 230,000 90,000 1,090,000 4.00 4.38 1,904,754 4.00 711,830 32,929 744,759 637,830 106,929 63,750 South Brooklyn and Park

50,000 2.00 0.07 26,478 2.00 15,622 2,162 17,784 10,263 7,521 3.500 Syracuse and Onondaga.

39.620 2.00 12,542 1,477 14,019 8,543 5,476 4,480 Third Avenue..... 1,170,000 2,000,000 161,856 3,331,856 8.00 10.00 3,450,939 8.00 1,541,593 26,432 1,511,593 *1,656,818

140,400 12.00 Troy and Albia

1.25 87,000 1.25 20,387 78 20,465 16,412 4.023 2,625 3% Watervliet Turnpike and Railroad.

7.25 331,425 7.25 115,884 2,953 118,837 89,170 29,667 16,800 Williamsburg and Flatbush.. 300,000 175.000 5,600 480,600 4.20 4.00 474,100 4.20 27,722 442 28,164

Bonds

Cost of
Earnings.

Miles
Road

Operating

Net of RAILROADS.

Stock Mortges

ing Stock, and

Expenses, Farn. paid in. (Funded Debt.

Road etc.

Equip

Tasson

Other Total. laid.

ment.

ger. EOUTCCS. Albany Railway.

$11,400 $10,000

650,000 460,600

1,110,600 14.00

9.00

14.00 130.712 2,922 133.631 109,3841 24,250 Avenue C 500,000 900,000 $133,748 1,533,7-18 7 63 4.20

534,264 7 63 211,229 18,064 229.293 200,2461 29,047! Babylon...

5,600

5,600 1.53 6,142 1 53 1,510

1,510

861 619 Bleecker Street and Fulton Ferry

90,000 694,000 4,000, 1,598,000 9.00 13.00 1,775,049 9.00 302,485 6,186 308,671 247.943 60,728 Broadway (Brooklyn).

80,000

7.00

219,138 7.00 46, 2:23 1,868 47,591 29.351 18,240 Brooklyn City

1,991,032 300,000

200,000 400,000 11,856 611,856 11.00 7.50 650,603 11.00 157,610 8,300 165,940 120,838 45,082 Brooklyn Cross-Town. 300,000 300,000 15,471 615,471 13.22 6.61 637,003 13.22 165,515

4,284 169,799 135,432 34,367 Buffalo Street,

73,000 352,214 68,745 493,959

8.81

7.00 493,174 8.81 195,625 17,042 212,667 196,5861 16,081 Bushwick (Brooklyn).

302,000 52.000 4,175 358,178

3.50

4.00 336,005 3.50 85,384 4,514 88.898 81,272 7,626 Central City (Syracuse).

21,130 6.000

27,130 1.63 0.11

1,175,700 838.000 116,303 2,130,003 21.00 24.00 1,841,875 24.00 617,070 22,234 639,304 699,818 39,486 Coney Island and Brooklyn.

500.000 307.000 33,065 810,065 10.20 4.63 698,806 10.20 174,781 2,228 177,001 149,310 27,691 Dry Dock, East Broadway and Battery 1,200,000 700,000

1,900,000 10.73 1,016,798 10.73 771;006 6,709 777,795 558,447 219,318

31,825

34,825 3.50

29,335 10,000 2,800 42,135 2.60 0.10 44,767 2.60 13.868 188

14,056 13,147 909 Forty-second Street and Grand Street Ferry. 748,000 209,000

14,020 6,075 20.93 2 50 20,632 2.50 4,176

4,176

2,864 1,312 Genesee and Water Street (Syracuse).

42,500 12.700

55,200 3.00

0.25 60,703 3.00 15,225 938 16,163 12,399 3.764

2,301 97,185 88,336 8,819 Grand Street, Prospect Park and Flatbush. 200,000 200,000 33,407 4:3,407 4.00 4.00 419,185

4.00

63,375 18.6.2 74,057 74,057 Harlem Bridge, Morrisania and Fordham. 299, 100 138,300

437,600 6.75

5.00 275,730 6.75 !3,259 2,369 95,628

74,100

21,528
Herkimer and Mohawk.

17.000

17,000 1.30 16,800 1.30 14,471 431 4,905

75,000 75,000 3.33 0.71 81,871 3.35 19,100 3,783

22,883

15,000

15.000 1.75

17,500 1.75

6,410

8,000

8,000 1.89

8,150

2,071 25 2,099 2,125 New York Elevated.

350,000 25.000 375,000 3.50

3.50 13,749 6,133 19,877 13,243 6,631 Ninth Avenue... 797,320 187,000 19.210 1,003,530 6.10

994,842 6.10 101,539 6,491 108,030 111,635 North Second Street and Middle Village. 134,600 25,000 13,368 172,968 5.25 3.13 173,075 5.25 47,312 2,016 49,328 56,412 Park Avenue (Brooklyn).

200,000 200,000 20,000 420,000 9.40 5.00 337,313 9.40 50,985 4,569 55,555 49,511 6,044 Poughkeepsie City. 31,500 15,500 14,059 61,089 2.00 0.50 59,367

2.00

17,260 1,660 18,920 17,518 1,102 Rochester City and Brighton, 70,000 20,000 17,500 107,500 9.00 1.00 135,990 900 70,419 2,126

626,732

150,000 100,000 11,711 261,711 3.75 2.75 253,414 3.75 44,813 238 45,051 41,065 986 Syracuse and Geddes.

25,000 25,000

37,000

37,000 2.60

44,700 35,410

80,110 3.17 3.33 71,532 3.17 20,243 485 20,728 14,104 6,624, Troy and Lansingburg...

250,000 75,000 75,000 400,804 6.75 4.88 280,287 10.25 174,254 2,178 176,432 137,061 89,371 Utica, Clinton and Binghamton. 121,400 200,000 1,200 322,600 13.00 2.50 320,393 13.00; 55,166 14,037 69,203

56,151 13,052 Utica and Mohawk Street.

27.865 20,000

6,350 64,165 2.50 0.25

2.50 5,102 32 5,134 5,223 Van Brunt Street and Erie Basin.

75,000 18,000

93,000 1.25

240,000 130,000

370,000 7.25

28.619 * Includes enlarging depots.

1.88

54, 165

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