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February, 1869 12,368

March, 1869 15,507

April, 1869 16,109

May, 1869 18,379



June, 1869 18, 06*^

July, 1869 22, 479

August, 1869 24,740

September, 1869 22,644

October, 1869 17, 600



Total 21 1. 460



Tlie amount of freight^ specifying the quantity in tons:



Anthracite coal.; 1,394,064 I Agricultural products.,



Bituminous ooal

Petroleum

Pig iron

Railroad iron

Other iron or castings..

Iron and other ores.

Slate..

lime and limestone ....



510
2,367

12,379
3, 133
7,413

15,092
7,359
1,546



Merchandize...
Manufactures .
Live stock......

Lumber

other articles .



6,697

20,597

11,333

47

90,132

2,754



TotaL.. ^^ 1, 535, 423



The rate of fare for passengers charged for the respective classes
per miUj as follows :

For first class through passengers 3 cents.

For first class way passengers 3J *•



The rate per ton (of 2y000 pounds) per mile charged for freight t

For through freight 3 cents.

For through coal

For 1 ocal f rei gh t

For local coal i...



2 *'
4 "

3 ^



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212 LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA

Expenses.
Maintaining the road or real estate of the corporation:

Total 8345,147 63

Repairs of machinery:

Repairs of engines and tenders $70,724 77

Repairs of passenger and baggage cars 6,140 62

Bepairsof freight cars 166,970 46

Repairs of tools and machinery in shops 10,761 44

Incidental expenses, including oil, fuel, clerks,

watchmen, &c., about shops 39,370 96

Total 293,968 24

Operating the road ;

Office expenses, stationery, &c. $21,277 59

Agents and clerks 52,053 62

Porters, watchmen and switch tenders 21,866 62

Wood and water station attendance 1,250 41

Conductors, baggage masters and brakesmen 121,012 38

Engineers and firemen 86,807 70

Fuel and cost of preparing for use 90,006 69

Oil and waste for engines and tenders, passenger,

baggage and freight cars 38,024 94

.Loss and damage of goods and baggage 422 11

Use of freight cars , 31,747 08

Shoveling snow 4,014 62

Damage for injury of persons 1,038 37

Damage to property, including damage by fire and

cattle killed on road 1 1,110 67

General superintendence and contingencies 67,211 11

Total 537,843 81



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BAIIiROAD REPORT.

Receipts.



213



Months.


Passengers.


Freight.


Use of
cars.


Miscella-
neous.


Total.


November, 1868


f7.030 10

5,291 97

6, 149 79

5,664 25

6, S64 5S

7,907 95

8,563 36

9,611 49

13,461 67

16, 165 00

13,451 35

9,630 26


$172, 199 59

171,614 16

133,203 S4

96, 380 95

125,622 76

148, 106 22

92, 381 76

58,918 38

200,743 25

212,450 88

165,742 89

209, 140 55






^179,229 69


December, 1868






176,906 13


January, 1869






130, 353 63


Februarv, 1869-







102,045 20


March, 1869






132,487 34


April, 1869






15K,0I4 17


Mav, 1869






100,9-15 12


June, 1869




68, 529 87


July, 1869




214, 1204 92


Auji^ust, 1869






228,605 88
179, 104 24


September. 1869






October, 1889






218,770 81






49,221 54


Total.


109 781 77


1 7CA KfiK OQ


Si7 aifi Qf( «i dno AQ






1,945,508 54



Summary of payments :

For construction and equipment 8349,165 70

For maintaining and operating the road 1,176,959 68

For State tax on tonnage 7,744 21

For United States tax 2,744 54



Cost of transportation :

What express companies run on your road, and on what terms ?
None.

What transportation or freight companies run on your road,
and on what terms f None.

Accidents.

Killed. Injured.

Employees 9 7

Others 1 2

Total 10 9

The foUowing is a statement of the date of each accident^ the place tohere
it occurredj the traiuy the cause and extent of the injuries inflicted upon
each person^ and the name of such person^ as follows :

1868.
November 3. L. W. Leonard, engineer, Samuel Noble, fireman,
and Geo. D. Aston, brakeman, were instantly killed, and Augustus



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2L4 LEHIGH AND SUSQUfiHANNA

Fisher had leg broken, and was badly scalded, by cars breaking
loose from coal train on mountain, and running back came in
collision with through freight engine, 48, three-fourths of a mile
north of White Haven. Cause — carelessness of brakeman on coal
train.

December 16. Walter Marsh, brakeman, jumped into a coal
car while train was passing Preemansburg. The door being oi)en,
he fell through, under train, and was fatally injured.

December 1 6. William Smith, brakeman, slipped while putting
on brake, at Bowman's, and fell off rear coal car, caboose car
passing over him; he was fatally injured.
1869,

January 1. Charles Long, in the act of putting on brake, at
Penn Haven, brake wheel came off, and he was thrown under cars
and killed.

January 2. William Rackawack, brakeman, while coupling up
coal train, at Walnut Port, fell, and the car passed over one of
his legs, crushing it so that amputation was necessary.

March 29. Charles Kugich, while walking on tracts, at Summit,
was struck by engine and severely injured.

April 22. John T. Slocum, track repairer, while walking too
near track, was struck by engine; had one leg broken, and was
otherwise so severely injured that he died nine days afterwartl.

May 12. James Campbell, in attempting to get on a freight
train, while in motion, at Berger's, fell, and rear car passed over
his left leg, fracturing it below the knee joint.

May 27. Theophilus Neaman, freight brakeman, was struck by
bridge, at South Wilkesbarre, when train was passing under, and
falling between two cars, on the bumpers, was severely injured.

June 20. A child of Michael Oonroy, aged two and a-half
years, was killed, at Coal Port, by falling under a gravel car,
which he, with several other children, was pushing on side track.

June 26. Jacob Jones, freight brakeman, while coupling cars,
at Scranton, had his thumb and finger taken off by being caught
between bumpers.

June 26. James Barman, laborer, while riding on passenger
train, put his arm out of window and had it broken, by striking
against rocks, above White Haven.



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BAILBOAD BEPOHT. 216

July 11. John Trimble, brakeman on coal train, fell between
two cars, at Hazardville, and had one of his legs crushed so that
ampntation was necessary.

July 26. Peter Bratton, coal brakeman, was killed, at Solomon's
Gap, by falling off cars, it is supposed, and under train.

September 18. William Bowman, brakeman, had his fingers
mashed, between bumpers, while coupling cars, at Mauch Chunk.

October 26. Charles Given, laborer on gravel train, at Coal
Port, fell with his head on track, was run over and ipstantly killed.

Names and Residence of Officees.

Dirreton. Post oAoe additHh

•.M. Felton Philadelphia.

Francis R. Cope Philadelphia.

Georji^e F. Tyler Philadelphia.

Phillip O. Garrett Philadelphia.

Charles Wheeler Philadelphia.

George Whitney Philadelphia.

Alexander Biddle Philadelphia.

Charles Parrish Wilkesbarre.

F. C. Yarnall Overbrook, Montgomery oa

Fisher Hazard Mauch Chunk.

John Leisenring Mauch Chunk.

E. W. Clark, President Philadelphia.

F. Mitchell, Secretary Philadelphia.

8. Shepherd, Treasurer Philadelphia.

Mendes Colten, Superintendent Philadelphia.



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316 LBHIGH VALLEY



(No. 52.)

LEHIGH VALLEY.



State of Pbnnstlvanla, >
Philadelphia City and County, I

Personally, appeared Charles Hartshorne, vice president, and L.
Chamberlain, secretary, of the Lehigh Valley railroad company,
and in due form of law made afiirmation, that the statements in
the within report are true, to the best of their knowledge and be-
lief.

(Signed) CHAS. HART3H0RNE, Vice President.
L. CHAMBERLAIN, Secretary.

Affirmed and subscribed before me, this >
29th day of December, 18()9. J

W. W. DOUGHERTY, Alderman.

Stock and Debt.

Amount of stock subscribed 816,060,650 00

Amount paid in as by last report 16,058,050 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock. . 16,060,050 00

Funded debt, as per last report 2,985,000 00

The amount now of funded debt, (classified and
date of maturity,) as follows :
Old loan, 1st mortgage bonds,

(date of. maturity. May 1, 1873,) $1,089,000 00
New loan, mortgage bonds, (date

of maturity, June 1, 1898,) . . . 3,350,000 00
Hazleton loan, mortgage bonds,
(date of matiurity, Oct. 1, 1872,) 134,500 00

4,573,500 00

Floating debt, as by last report 1,013,563 25

The amount now of floating debt 1,943,189 25

Total amount l.ow of floating and funded debt . . 6,516,689 25
Rate per cent, per annum of interest on funded
debt : 1st mortgage 6 per cent



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BAILBOAB BEPOBT. 217

Date and rate per cent, per annum of dividend or
dividends: January, April, July and October,

2i per cent, each 10 per cent.

Namberof sharesof stock 321,213

Par value of each share $50 00

Amount paid in on each share 60 00

Amount of capital on which the respective divi-
dends were declared: January, $16,060,150;
April, $16,060,300; July, $16,060,350; October,
$16,060,450.



Cost of Road and Equipment.
By last report.

Construction $13,348,779 79

Equipment 4,193,059 24

Total cost 17,541,839 03



By present report.

113,481,240 89

4,506,417 77

17,1)87,658 66






Characteristics of Koad.

Length of main line of road, from Phillipsburg,

N. J., to Wilkesbarre, Pa 101 miles.

Length of main line of road in Pennsylvania lOOf "

Len^lh of road laid, including double track and

sidings ' 392f^o *•

Lengthof double track of road Sij^^A "

Length of sidings on main line and branches 105J "

Gauge of road 4 ft. 8J in.

height of rail per yard on main track 5T and 60 lbs.

Brandi roads owned by the company, and their

length, viz : Penn Haven Junction to Audenreid,

n.5G miles; Black Creek Junction to Mt. Oar-

niel, 42.62 miles ; Penn Haven to Hazleton, 14.70

tnile«; branches to same, 6.51 miles; Hazleton

wilroad to Milnesville, 8.93 miles ; branches to

eame, 8.13 miles.

Koails voiked and leased by the company, viz:

Pennsylvania and New York railroad, Wilkes-

harre to Lackawanna and Bloomsburg junction, 9 ^o miles.



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218 LBHIOH VALLEY

Number of engine houses and shops : 20 engine

houses, 7 shops.

Number of engines 135

Number of first class passenger cars^ (rated as

eight wheel cars,) 30

Number of baggage, mail and express cars, (rated

as eight wheel cars,) 13

Number of freight cars, (rated as eight wheel cars,) 426

Number of coal cars, (rated as eight wlieel cars,) . . 5,513

Number of iron bridges, (total length in feet, 1,553,) 10

Number of wooden bridges, (total length in feet,

4,633,) 63

Number of stone bridges, (total length in feet, 192,) 17

Number of railroads crossed 6

If umber of stations on main road 53

Number of wood and water stations on main road :

9 coal and wood ; 26 water.

Number of tunnels, (length, 1,023 feet,) 1

How is track laid, and on what foundation ? Oak

and chestnut cross-ties ; stone, gravel and cinder

ballast.

Doings of the Year in Transportation, and Total Miles Run.

Number of miles run by passenger trains 431,777

Number of miles run by freight trains 607,150

Number of miles run by coal trains 1,187,547

Number of passengers (all classes) carried in cars, 753,378
Number of tons of 2,000 lbs. of through freight
and gross amount of tonnage for the year on

main road 3,949 238

Average rate of speed adopted by ordinary passen-
ger trains, including stops, (miles per hour,) • 20

Average rate of speed adopted by exi)ress trains,

including stops 26

Average rate of speed adopted by freight trains,

including stoi)S 10

Weight of first class passenger engines 52,000 lbs.

Weight of freight engines 63,000 to 97 .000 l bs.



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BAILBOAD BEPORT.



219



Monthly Statement op Passengers (all classes) Carried in Cars.



November, 1868^ 58,332

December. 1863. 56,419

January, 1869. 49, 1 19

February, 1869 .^ 47, 330^

March, 1869 60, 183

April, 1869 69,8^0^

May, 1889^ 67, 742



June, 18«9 62,871|

July, 1869 70,756i

August, lvS99 70,216^

September, 18G9 72,895J

October, 1869 71,683



Total 7r,3,379



Hie amavnt of freight^ specifying the quantity in tons:

Anthracite coal 2,611,175.92 Lime and limestone 79,008.11

Bituminous coal 16,557.03 ; Live stock 1 9,-106.59



Lumber 100,370.93

Other articles r2l, 288.71



Total .^D^O, 238.47



Petroleum 61,431.65

Plfiiron^ 217,521.73

Railroad iron 43,228.23

Other iron or castings 25, 564.38

Iron and other ores 324, 685.29

Tlie rate of fare for passengers charged for tlie respective classes per
mile, as follows :

For first class tlirougli passengers 3J cents.

Far firsir class way passengers 3 J **

7'he rate per ton (o/2,000 lbs.) per mile charged for freight:
Average for freight 2 j'.."., cents.

Expenses.
Maintaining the road or real estate of the corporation :

Repairs or maintenance of way, including build-
ings 1 $1,0:?(;,220 19

Taxes on real estate 12 550 49



Total 1,(148,770 68



Bepairs of machinery :

Kepairs of engines and tenders , 1227,797 66

Bepairs of passenger and baggage cars 42,256 24

Repairs of freight cars and coal cars 378,554 31



Total.



G1S,(>0S 21



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LEHIGH VALLEY



Operating the road:

Office expenses, stationery, &c $8,983 45

Agents and clerks 119,222 35

Porters, watchmen and switch tenders 59,044 77

Conductors and baggage masters 2(>,931 66

Engineers and firemen, and brakesmen 363,721 00

Fuel and cost of preparing for use 294,384 97

Oil and waste for engines and tenders, passenger,

baggage and freight cars 85,528 95

Use of freight cars 47,258 83

Total 1 ,00^,075 98



REnEiPTs ON Construction and Equipment Account.

From stockholders, (instalments on stock to be is-
sued,) $1,077,637 60

From sale of bonds 959,674 05



Receipts.



I I

Months. Passeiig'rs.! Freight.



^30, 608 93
29, 109 03
24,77rt 45
22, 272 8o
30,046 33
3l,Sf>2 15
33, f)28 05
31,814 00
38,902 27
41,839 91
43,055 55
39,070 62



$79, 879 94
I 72,0*3 78
I 57, S72 05
I 5'i,297 75
' S3, 270 14

8-1, 955 50
I 85, 108 29

77,722 65
' 70,002 51

70, 8i»2 r>9

81,020 90
i 82,993 74



Mail and


Use of


express.


frt cars.


$2,204 15


$775 21


2,781 53


862 47


2, 197 50


602 89


1, 360 03


1, 5S0 00


2.404 63


6S4 72


2, 573 32


650 00


2, .500 07


648 04


2,720 33


6S8 .59


2, 489 58


725 07


2,760 79


857 59


3,514 74


1, 120 18


4, 178 33


1,089 11



Coal.



$3S\5,033 11
260, 177 13
200, 975 80
245, 42S 78
290,408 91
301,818 26
127,438 15
04, .334 25
4.58, 354 77
402,252 01
301,399 43
23f>,090 41



Total.



$409, 221 34
3»;5,020 94
34^;, 484 69
32«;,939 41
412,814 73
4SI,355 83
249,329 80
177,285 82
571, 194 20
.578.5*0 59
430, 1 10 80
3>2,4-28 11



Novemb'r, 1808,
December, 1808,
January. 18»>9....
FebruaVv. 18<)9..

March, is,;9

April, ir.J

May, ISO)

June, ISfiO

Juiv, i8i>:>

August. 1809

Seutenih'r, 1S09,
October, 1809

Total ...i 39o,686 64 i902,0.50 94 i31,768 60 110,350 47 |3, 469, 277 61 4,800,7.32 26

Miscellneous 135,859 00

4, 936,59120

Summary of payments :

For construction and equipment

For maintaining and operating the road.

For dividends

For interest

For miscellaneous



8445,819 63

2,702,154 87

1,60(1,031 25

357,942 00

56,h79 67



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BAILBOAD BBPOBT. 221

For State tax on capital stock and tonnage, gross

receipts, &c, paid and accrued 1 161 ,479 95

For United States tax 109,795 62

Total 6,440,402 89

Cost of transportation :

What express companies run on your road, and on what terms ?
Central express company, in cars furnished by the railroad com-
pany.

What transportation or freight companies run on your road,
and on what terms ! The Lehigh Valley freight company, in cars
famished by themselves.

Accidents.

KiUed. Injured.

Passengers '. — I

Employees 10 15

Others 8 12

Total ]8 28

The follotoing is a statement of the date of each ojccident^ the place where
it occurred^ the train j tJie came and extent of tlie injuries inflicted upon
each person J and the name of such person^ as follows :

The passenger was injured by jumping from a passenger train
while it was in motion.

Names and Residenob of Officers.

Dincton. Poit oAoe addzwi.

Charles Hartsborne Philadelphia.

William W. Longstreth Philadelphia.

Edward H. Trotter Philadelphia.

John Taylor Johnston New York.

William IJ. Gatzmer Philadelphia.

David Thomas Catasauqua, Pa.

Aahbel Welch Lambert vill e, N. J.

J(AnK. Hutchinson Easton, Pa.

William L. Conyngham Wilkesbarre, Fsu

Ario Pardee.^ Hazleton, Pa.

Edward Roberts. Philadelphia-
William A. Ingham , Philadelphia.

AsaPacker, President Philadelphia.

Charles Hartsborne, Vice President Philadelphia.

L. Chamberlain, Secretary Philadelphia.

Charles C. Longstreth, Treasarer Philadelphia.

Robert H. Sayre, Superintendent. Bethlehem.



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222 LITTLE SAW MILL RUlir



(No. 53.)

LITTLE SAW MILL RUN.



Sta^tr of Pbswstlvania, )
Alkgheny County, >

Personally appeared William Espy, president and superintead-
ent of the Little Saw Mill Run railroad company, and in due form
of law made oath, that the statements in the within report are
true, to the best of his knowledge and belief.

(Signed) WM. ESPY, Presidsnt awl SufL

Sworn and subscribed before me, this ;
3d day of January, 1870. S

JOn^T S. HOLLINGSHEAD, J. P.

Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law $250,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed 83,745 95

Amount paid in as by last report ' 83,745 95

Total amount now paid in of capital stock 83,000 00

Funded debt, as per last report 42,166 67

The amount now of funded debt, (classified and
date of maturity,) as follows :
1st mortgage bonds, (date of maturity,

now duo,) $30,000 00

2d mortgage bonds, (date of maturity,

now due,) 5,000 00

3d mortgage bonds, (date of maturity,

now due,) 1,166 67

' 36,166 67

Floating debt, as by last report 2,895 05

Eate per cent, per annum of interest on funded
debt: 1st mortgage, 7 per cent. ; 2d mortgage, 7
per cent. ; 3d mortgage, 7 per cent.
Date and rate per cent, per annum of dividend or
dividends: January 1 and June 30, 8 and 10 per
cent.



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BAlIiROAD BEPOBT.



293



Numberof shares of stock 1,674

Par value of each share $50 00

Amount paid in on each share All.

Amount of capital on which the respective divi-
dends were declared 83,745 00



Ooustruction



Cost of Road and Equipment.

By last report.
, $91,011 44



By present report.
$1)1,011 44



Characteristics op Road.



Length of main line of road, from Ohio river to
mines

Length of main line of road in Tennsylvania

Length of road laid

Length of double track of road

Length of sidings

Gauge of road

Veight of rail per yard on main track

Branch roads owned by the company, and their
length

Boadg worked or leased by the company

dumber of engine houses and shops

Number of engines

Nnmber of first class passenger cars, (rated as eight
wheel cars,)

Number of baggage, mail and express cars, (rated
as eight wheel cars,)

Nomber of freight cars, (rated as eight wheel cars,)

Number of coal cars, rated as four wheel cars, (ave-
rage cost of each, $190,)

Nnmber of iron bridges

Numberof railroads crossed

Number of stations on main road

Number of wood and water stations on main road,

Value of real estate held by the company, exclu-
sive of road way

Number of tunnels



3 miles.

3 "

3 •*

None.

1 mile.

4ft.8iin.

50 pounds.

None.

None.
3
3

None.

None.
None*

45

None.

None.

None.

1

$83,625 00
None.



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224 LITTLE SAW MILIi RUN

Doings op the Tear in Transportation, and Total Miles Run.

Number of miles run by passenger trains None.

Number of miles run by freight trains None.

Number of miles run by coal trains, about 12,000

Number of through passengers for the year on main

road None.

Number of passengers (all classes) carried in cars, None.
Gross amount of tonnage for the year, (2,000 lbs.

per ton,) 145,358

The amount of freighty specifying the quantity in tons :
Bituminous coal 145,358

Expenses.
Maintaining the road or real estate of the corporation :

fiepairs or maintenance of way, including build-
ings $5,885 62

Taxes on real estate -696 42

Total 6,582 04

Repairs of machinery :

Bepairs of engines and tenders $3,298 16

Eepairs of freight cars 1,554 66

Eepairs of tools and machinery in shops 1,364 01

Incidental expenses, including oil, fuel, clerks,

watchmen, &c., about shops 500 00

Total 6,716 83

Operating the road:

Office expenses, stationery, &c $14 74

Agents and clerks 800 00

Labor — ^loading and unloading freight 4,302 79

Engineers and firemen, fuel, oil, waste and brake-

men 5,216 51



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BAILBOAB BBPOBT. 225

Damage for injury of persons $25 00

General snperintendence 1,238 00

Contingencies 525 60

Total 12,122 64

Receipts for July^ 1869 :

Freight $47,604 63

Miscellaneous 4,659 72

Total 52,264 35

Summary of payments:

For fractional stock $853 91

For maintaining and operating the road 25,421 51

For dividends 7,709 81

For interest 2,900 32

For miscellaneous 7,797 53

AOCTBKNTS.

Injured— others .., •.. 1

The following is a statement of the date of each aecidmtj the place where
it occurred^ the traiuj the cause and extent of the injuries inflicted upon
each person^ and the name of such person^ as follows :

John M'Keever was slightly injured by falling over some T rails
at the Steubenville turnpike.

Names and Rbsidence of Officers.

I>irteton. * Poit ofloa addreat.

Wm. MarehaU TeraperanoevUle.

Wm. H. Brown. Pittsburg.

Jeha Haworth Pittsburg.

K.P. Fetterman Pittsburg.

Richard Dewhurst Allegheny.

Jonathan Lenz. ^ Economy, Beaver county.

William Espy, President Pittsburg.

N. P. Fetterman, Secretary Pittsburg.

William Espy, Superintendent Pittsburg.

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LITTLBSTOWW



(BTo. 54.)

LITTLESTOWN.



State of Pbnnsylvama, ) .
Adams County^ y

Personally appeared Ephraim Myers, president, and George
Stonesifer, treasurer, of the Littlestown railroad company, and
in due form of law made oath, that the statements in the within
report are true, to the best of their knowledge and belief.
(Signed) EPHEAIM MTBES, President.

GEOEGE STONESIFEE, Treasurer.

Sworn and subscribed before me, this )
15th day of January, 1870. \

JOSEPH L. SHEEK, J. P.

Stock and Debt.

Capital stock as authorized by law $75,000 00

Amount of stock subscribed 53,750 00

Amount paid in as by last report 46,225 00

Total amount now paid in of capital stock 46,225 00

Funded debt, as per last report 34,750 00

The amount now of funded debt, (classified and
date of maturity,) as follows : This road was sold
in 1864, and purchased by the mortgage bond
holders, who now own 695 shares of stock, at $50

per share 34, 750 00

The amount now of floating debt 86 99

Total amount now of floating and funded debt . . . 34,836 99
Date and rate per cent, per annum of dividend or

dividends None.

Number of shares of stock 695

Par value of each share $50 00

Amount paid in on each share 5000

Amount of capital on which the respective dividends

were declared None.



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BAILBOAD BEPOBT.

Cost of Road and EqiJipment.
By last report.

Construction $59,400 00

Land damages 16,600 00

Totalcost 76,000 00



227



By present report.

159,400 00

16,600 00

76,000 00



Equipment furnished by Hanover Brancf^ railroad.

Characteristics of Road.

Length of main line of road, from Littlestown to

Hanover 7i milea

Length of main line of road in Pennsylvania 7i **

Length of sidings 2,268 feet.

Gauge of road 4 ft. 8 J in.

Weight of rail per yard on main track 50 and 56 lbs.

Branch roads owned by the company, and their

length 1 None.

Beads worked or leased by the company None.

Engines and cars furnished by Hanover Branch

railroad.

Number of iron bridges None.

Number of wooden bridges, (total length in feet, 129,) 3

Number of stone bridges None.

Number of railroads crossed None.

Number of stations on main road 2

Number of wood and water stations on main road, 2
Value of real estate held by the company, exclusive

of road way $500 00

Number of tunnels None.



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