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COIHIHERCIAL AND FlIVAmiAL CHRONICLE.
PUBLISHED ON THE LAST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH
Furnished Gratis to
[Batered according to act of Congrosj, In the year

NEW

18T8,

all

Subscribers of

bv Wm. B. Dana A

YORK, A I GUST

INVESTORS' SUPPLEMENT

tlie

Clironicle.

Co., In the offlce of thj Librarian of

Congreu, Wuhlnjtton, D.

C.l

26, 1876.

A striking comment on the character of convertand the advisability of changing them for stock when
or THK
the latter is selling at high prices, has been furnished by tbe
recent fall in the coal-road stocks.
Two of these had issues of
Cnmmerr'al nnli /manriol Cljronir!?.
convertible bonds outstanding, of wh;ch a part had been ex.charged for the stocks, then paying 10 per cent per annum; but
Tbe Supplement Is issned on the last Saturday of each month, containing within a few months these stocks decline the one from 130 to
a complete exhibit of the Funded Debt of States and Cities, and of the Stoclis 80 and the other from 1(9 to 40, and if dividends on stocks are
and Bonds of Railroad and other Companies.
suspended, thejiolders of bonds will receive their 7 per cent per
It is furnished without extra charge to all regular subscribers of Thb
The present decline in the stocks of the
CuitoNicLK; no single copies are sold at the offlce, as a sufficient supply is annum as it comes due.
carrying roads,
ible bonds,

—

coal roads

printed for subscribers on'y.

is

the latest fruit of the

cris's of 1873,

and the subee-

Transient adyertlsements are inserted at twenty-five cents per line; advertisemcnts by the quarter, six months or year, at special rates.

quent conr.mercial depression. It has been long in coming in
consequenceof the unusually s'rong combination which it has been
possible to maintain among the coal corporations, but the sudden
ISVESTMESTS IS AUGDST.
break which has at length taken place has undoubtedly been a
So far as ease In the money market can influence the demand severe shock to the holders of stock investments. The natural
lor investments, the present month has furnished all the stimulus effect of this should be to turn tha attention of moderate investors
possible from that quarter.
Money has been pressed for use at from 10 per cent stocks to 7 psr cent bonds well secured by
the lowest rates known in this market, and on government col- mortgage.

been a frequent quotation.
United States government securities have been well maintained
in view of the declining tendency in gold, and the rather un;iatisfactory tone evince! in the House of Repres ntativas.
The sale,
on the 12th inst., of |3,160,000 of the fives of 1881, by the Treasury department, called forth a large amount of bids, and the
whole lot was awarded to one firm at 105.05. Negotiations are
pending at Washington between the Secretary of the Treasury
and the representatives of a number ot leading banking houses,
both domestic and foreign, for the placing of the $300,000,000 of
four and a-haif per cent bonds authorized by the same act under
laterals 1 per cent has

which the new fives of 1881 have been issued. Should these
arrangements be successfully completed and the bonds favorably
sold, there is little doubt that this would lead to the passage of
a new law at the next session of Congress, authorizing the sale of
a larger amount of low-interett bonds, to redeem the balance of
the outstanding five twenties.
In -State bonds there have been no new developments.
The
commissioners of Alabama are now in New York for the purpose

The business in Western real estate mortgage loans seems to
be on the increase, and the favorable accounts received hova.
parties

who have been accustomed

sort of ."security for
is

some years

to place their

money

in this

past, contribute to this result.

It

impossible to speak of these mortga^je loans, even in a particu-

lar State or locality, in the same definite way that the bohds of a
given city or railroad might be referred to, for the obvious reason
that each separate loan must depend for its character upon the
care and good judgment with which it ia made.
It is clear that
the services of a responsible and reliable agent are of the utmost
importance. Our advertising columns furnish the cards of a
number of agents at the West who h:ive had much experience in
the business, and all of whom are ready to furnish such references as to their character and business standing as correspondents
may desire. They are hardly in competition, as the sections of
country where most of their loans are made are located far apart,
and one investor may prefer to lend in Illinois, another in
Iowa, another in Kansas, &c.
In the city of Chicago are

Messrs,
Baldwin, Walker & Co,, who have been well
exchange of the old known there since their firm was establithed in 1809, On farm
bonds of the State recognized as valid for the new thirty-year property in Central and Northern Illinois, Messrs. Abell, Craig
The
bonds, carrying 3 per cent a year till July, 1881, 3 per cent from & Gibson of Mattoon, offer loans paying 9 per cent.
1881 to 1886, 4 per cent from 1886 to 1896, and 5 per cent thence Central Illinois Loan Agency at Jacksonville offers to place money
at 10 per cent in Southern Illinois and Missouri, and 13 per cent
till their maturity in 1906.
It seems probable that the exchange
will be quite generally made by bondholders, as they have in Kansas. Messrs. J. B. Wntkins & Co., with headquarters at
nothing better to look for, and this settlement has been deliber- Lawrence, Kansas, and an agency at 73 Cedar street, New York,
ately adopted by the State as the best that can be offered.
Aside offer 10 per cent investments on farm property in Kansas, Miafrom any details of the plan, its general principle seems to bo souii and Iowa. Mr. J. S. Everett, attorney-at-law and mortgage
better than " scaling" the debt in the method most frequently broker, is located at Mt. Ayr, Iowa, and offers ten per cent mortadopted. Assuming that a State or City is really unable to meet gage loans on farnis in that vicinity.
its obligations, and is compelled to ack gome sort of compromise
There appears to be no collision whatever between the business
from its bondholders, it seems more reasonable and equitable to of the loaning agents at the West and the mortgage loan comask for present relief from the payment of a heavy annual inter- panies in this city and Boston, The difference between the two
est, under a promise to pay the principal in full at the end, than securities offered is simply that one is a plain bond and the other
to scale down both principal and interest, regardless of the prob- a guaranteed bond
and that in one case the investor is at
able ability to pay after a few years' delay.
the personal care and trouble of seeking his own agent, and in a
1; City bonds continue to be among the most favored investments,
measure looking after his loan, while in the other case no such
and the bonds of all our leading cities in good financial ttanding, trouble or responsibility is assumed; the whole transaction is
are eagerly sought for at full prices.
left to the company, which, as the best assurance of care and
Railroad bonds were in good demand this month, and prices good judgment in the busine.ss, gives its positive guaranty of the
were generally advancing, except for those bonds which were prompt payment of both principal and interest in the city where
affected by the prices of the stocks of their respective companies- it is located.
The favor with which these companies have beea
such, for instance, as Ohio & Mississippi bonds, or those ol the coal received is shown by the prices of their bonds.
of carrying out the

scheme proposed

for the

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STOCK AND BOND TABLES
NOTES.
These tables are expressly Intended to be need in connection with the information concerning Investment matters, publisheu from week to
wecb In the Chronicle—to which an index is furnished iu the remarks at the foot of the tables. Annual reports are in black-faced Ugiires.
A full description of V. S. Government Securities is published regularly iu the Chronicle each month, as soon as the oflicial "Debt State

ment"

Is issued.

Prices of all Stocks and Bonds are quoted weekly in the Chronicle.
The followiug will (tive explanations of each column of the tables below
DMcripfion.— Railroads leased toothers will of ten be found under the lessee's name. The following abbreviations frequently occur, viz.: M. for
"mortgage," s. f. for •' sinking fund," 1. gr. for " land grant," reg. for " registered," coup, for " coupon," Br. for " Branch," guar, for " guaranteed,"
end. for " eudorsod."
Iktte of £o»<f».— The date of issue on the face of the bond is referred to in this column.
liiUii of itoad.—Opposite Stocks, this means the miles of road operate*!, on which the earnings are based ; opposite bonds, the miles covered
by the mortgage.
Sixt or Par Vaiiie.—These figures are dollars, showing the denominations or par value. The figures " 100, &c.," signify $100 and larger.
JlaU Per C«7U.— The interest per annum is given for bonds, but the per cent of last dividetid for stocks a means gold x, extra «, stock or scrip.
}rheti Payable.—J. & J. stands for Jan. & July F. & A., Feb. & Aug.; M. & S., March & Sept.: A. <fc O., AprU & Oct.; M. & N., May & Nov.; J.
D., June <fc Deo.; Q.— J., quarterly from January; Q.— F., quarterly from Feb.; Q.— M., quarterly from March.
Batida,princlj>al when due; Stocks, last dirWeisd.—The date in this column shows the period when the principal falls due of bonds, but the time
wben thel ast dividend was paid on stocks.
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STATE SECURITIES
conrer a great fayo- by glvltg Im-neatate aotlce of anr error dlscoT/tred In tliene Tabic*.
INTEREST.
Date of
Size or
Principal when
DESCRIPTION.
Amount
Bonds.
par
Due.
Outstanding
When Where Payable and by
Rate.
Value.
Payable
whom.
For explanations see notes above.

Snbserlbera

ivlll

Alabama—
1872
1666
1866
1870
1866
1866
1867
1866
1868
1872
1873
1874
1876

State bonds, due in 1872 and extended. .

do
do

extended
do
Sterling bonds of 1850, extended
Sterling bonds, extended
do
do
do
do
Bonds of 1866
Bonds of 1868
New 8 per cent, loan of 1872
1873
do
do

$100<fec.

$168 ,000

100 &c.
100 &e.

1,941,'
,000
688,'000

100 <tc.
100 &c.
1,000
1,000
1,000

.

m

J.

&

J

do

6
7

J.
J.

&
&

J

N. Y., Union Trust Co.

16'
6

J.

<& J.

I'8
8
8

7

g.

2&C.
'

<fe

State scrip

8

9,193 ,000

Funded debt bonds

500 Ac.
1870 to '72
1873
500 &c.

of 1873

Connecticut—
War bouds, 10-20 year
do
20 year

la

o

20year
10-30ycar

do
do
do

_

1861
1863
1864
1864
1865

-c
-^

fsS.?
|o «

100 &c.
1,000
1,000
1,000

*-'
<100 &c.
not taxable, 20 year
J
District of Columbia—
1872
500 &c.
Permanent improvement, gold, coupon or reg.
currency
1873
do
do
1874
SO&c.
Fund, b'ds (U.S. guar.,Acts Jime,'74& Feb.,'75)
1872
50 &c.
Marliet house bouds, coupon
1871 to '73
1,000
Potomac water liouds, coupon
1872
100 &c.
Washington funding, gold
1828 to '68
Other Washington dcfit
Corporation of Georgetown
Tloriaa—
1871
State bonds
1873
1.000
Consolidated gold bonds
1870
1 000
Loan to Jacksonville, Peusacola & Mobile RR.

—

Qeorgia
Atlantic &
Bouds, act
Bonds, act
Bonds, act

Gulf Railroad bonds

500
1866
500 &e.
1870
1,000
1870
1,000
1872
1873
256&C.
1870
RR.end'8em't8(oiily$2,118,0O0acknowledg'd) 1870 to'71
1 870
Bninswick & Albany Railroad direct bonds.
1,000
Various.

:

&

At. RR.)
of Mar. 12, 18GG (West.
of Sept., 1870, gold (int. quarterly)
of Oct., '70, gold (int. semi-annual)
Bonds, act of Jan. 18, '72
Bonds for funding
Bonds to fund coupons on endorsed bonds...
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Alabama.— 'V\\^ Stntc proposes substantially that
30-ycar bonds, dated July 1, '.876, bearing 2 per cent
for"5 years, 3 per cent for next 5 years, 4 per cent
for next 10 years, and 5 per cent for last 10 years,
be substituted for old bond-, without any allowance
for past-due ctmpons. Th New York the exctiange
of old t onds may be made till Nwenber, and sub
sequently at MoutKoniery. Ala. & Chatt. endorsed
bonds may also be exclianged (for tl,000,O.t) of
Eii;ht per cents
the new DonJs) at London.
signed by Governors Lindsay and

Le-.vis

was J81,e51,2j2. (V. 20, p. l:t9, 53.t, 570, 5S1; V. 21,
p. 27(i, 294, 3i2, 634, 612; V. 22, p. 110, 15', 205, 5S1;
V.

ai, p.

3il,

40.)

ArXarmaf.—'^Ai^ of taxation, 10 mils.

The

3,209, 000
1,986,,773
1,975,,465
276,,500
256,,000
1,200,,000
1,000:,000
1,200:,000
600,,000
1,350,000
1,398 ,512

interest overdue July 1, 876, was 4,187,68i, making
Board of Finance
total bocded debt $l.'i,90Mli^
was appointed in January. 1875, to confer with bondihey issued a notice as
holders of the S'.ito and
qaotcdin V 2'\ p. 161; also statement of finances,

A

V.

2J, p.
Ki7: y.

17-*,
S.0,

See Cuboniclb, V. 19, p. 167, 1S9.
V. r, p. 463, 590; v. '«, p

r- 139, ic:;

1889

7

7
7
7
7

5&8

A.
A.
A.
A.
A.

95,500
500,000
2,801,000

7

509,400
877,000
1,318,500
568,500
1,741,100

6
6
6
6

4,000,000
677,300
13,743,050
152,400
476,000
1,812,300
1,235,824
252,317
3.50,000

884,500
4,000.000
900,000
3,600,000
2,098,000
1,880,000

307,500
1,100,000
500,000
7,545,900
1,500,000

g.

6g.

6

J.

A.
A.

New York, Latham, A

J.

.

<fe

Co,

1899
1900
1900
1900
AprU, 1900

O.
O,
O.
O,
O,

N. Y., Union Trust Co.

& J
& J
& J
& J.
& J.
& J,
& O,
& O
& J.
& J.
& A.
At J.
& J.

Sacramento, Treasury,
do
do
do
do

1883
1885
1893

Hartford, Treasury,

July, 1881
Jan., 1883
Jan., 1884

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

Oct.,
Oct.,

1894
1885

July 1, 1891
do
July 1,1891
do
do
Aug. 1, 1924
do
July 26, 1892
Washington, D. C.
7
do
Oct. 1, 1901 to '03
7
1892
6g. Various New York and Washington
Washington, D. C.
6, 7-3 Various
do
6
Q.-J.

3-65

5,

J.
J.
J.

&
&
&
&
&
&

1899
1900

do

do

J

7

8g.
6
7

V8

7

J.
J.
V.
J.
J.

N. Y., First National Bank,

N. Y. Importers'
,

A J.
& J.
F. A A.
J. A J.
Ci.-J.
A A 0.
A AO.
J. A J.
J. AD.

Ca/i/br/(i«.— California finances appear ti be in a
particularly sound cond tion. The State holds in
trust for School and University funds the $500,000
Capitol bonds and $2,06,3,000 of bonds 1873. Total
valuation of property, 1871, over #600,000,000. Tax
rate, 50 cents per $100.
As the debt is now practically extinguished, the
Governor advises the
gradual cancellation of the bonds heUl in trust and
the purchase of foreign securities in their place.
(V. 19, p. 3 of advertisements; V. 19, p. 32.)

09nn«/tef.— The debt of Connccticnt was all
created for war purposes, and has been reduced
since 1868 from $10,00\000 to the present figures by
sinking fund pu-chase-^. 'i'he 1-61 bonds are payable at pleasure since July, 1871, and those of 1864
since October. 1874.
Assessed va ne of real and
personal property, $351,78 ),469; rate of taxation, 1

A Tr. B'J
do

do

J.
J.

Jan. 1,1903

N. Y., Fourth National B'k. 1878,

do

do

N. Y., London or Frankfort

Not

'9, '80. '1,'6

July, 18fe6
Oct.,

1890

paid.

1892
N. Y., Fourth National B'k.
N. Y., Fourth Nat. Bank. April 1,1877 to '86
JiUy 1, 1896
N. Y., Fourth Natioual Bk

Not

paid.

Dec., 1890

See also V. 19, p. 15. 61, 142, 189. 47T; V.
p. 83.
20, p. 239, 416; V. 21, p. m, 417, 435; V. 22, p. 131.)
ir?ori(Ja.— Less the sinking fand of $49,900, and J.
and M. Icon, the total debt is $l,l!i0,ri.'O. Real
and personal property are valued about $35.00n.000;
tax rate, 7 mills.
The lo in to J. P. & M. RR. la
secured hy mortgage on road, and tbe question as to
the Sta e's obligation to the bondholders was before
the United States Supreme Court, a' d decided in
December, 1875, (V. 2!, p. 691). in favor of the
State; no interest has been paid on these bonds
for some years past, and a decision of the State
Supreme Court holds them unconstitutional. (V. 81

P.

p.4fl6;V. 22, p. 158,2.13.)

Oeorffla.—ln June. 1P76, S''''\0O9 bonds sold to.
overdue coupons on recognized bmds of Macon
Brunswick and North & .South Rtiilroads. 'The
Sta'e Legislature declared void all the semi-annual
gold bonds of 1870 ($1,88,1,000). and $102,000
of the Quarterly bonds held by H. Clews
Co.:
the Brunswick & Albany bonds, $1,500,030 and all
railroad endorsements, exccp', 5I,950.i0) Macon
Brunswick; S191,0,» Ala. & Chatt.; $310,003 No
So. Ga.; and $3i.00O Memphis Branch. Assessed
value of property in 1874. $273,000,000; in 1875, $281,755,834; rateof tax, four mi Is. Macon & Brunswick
Railroad endorsement was declared valid by Le-islature of 187'. but the later issue of $60O,C00 was
dcci ;red void by tho Leglslata e in 1S75. Governor's
Message, V. SS, p. 87. ( V. 22, p. 440, 59.1, gj^.)

p.ay

&

State

is in default for interest, except on the ten per cents
1'574 and seciiri-d sinking fund bonds, issued
under ihe law of December, I&74. Assessed valuaThe total
tion of taxaljle property. »!)4,03S,2)3.

York,

998 ,135

mill.

of

York.
do
do
do
do
do

New

can only be

The State has been in
default since January, 1874. Tiie value of ail taxable property is given at i;160,0(),'),00fl; tax rate, 7'^
mi. Is. Tile a-ssessed valuation of r..-al estate in 1875

exchanged at Montjomery.

New

J.
S.
J.
J.

8

California—
Soldiers' relief
State capital bonds

J.

J.
J.

8'

2,000;,000

Arkansas—
1869 to '70 1,000
Funding bonds of 1869 and 1870
1871
100 &c.
l«vee l>ond8 (or warrants)
1838 to '39
Old unfunded debt, including interest
1875
Ten year b'ds (for $2,500,000) Act May 29.'74
1874
Secured sinking fund bonds (Act. Dec, 1874)
1869
1,000
To Memphis & Little Rock Railroad
1870
1,000
To Little Rock & Fort Smith Railroad
1870
1,000
To Little Rock, Pme Bluffs & N. Orleans RR
1870
1,000
To Miss., Ouaciiita Bed River Railroatl...
1870
1,000
To Arlianeas Central Railroad

May, 1892
May, 1886
May, 1886
June, 1890
188S
1886
1886
1886
1888
Jan., 1892
1893
1894
July 1, 1906

York.

do
do
London. Union Bank.
do
do
do

J.

J.

648, 000
877, 700
500,,000
650,,000
185,,000
1,192,,000

2,810,670
300 ,000

New

&
&
&
&
&
&.
&
&

64, 800
82, 500

Railroad substitution loan, gold (Act Apl.,'73)
100 &c.
Substitution bonds ($8,596,000 authorized)
Educational funded debt
'isVo
Direct loan to Montgomery & Eufaula BR
1870
Direct loan to Alatjuma <fc Chattanooga RK.
1870 to '71
Railroad bond indorsements
State certificates and Auditor's warrants. .
.

M. & N.
M. & N.
M. & N.
June 1.

5
5
5

473, 800

District of ColumMa—The total assessed value
of taxable real estate in 1875 was$9!,45;,68». United
States Attorney-General Pierrepont rendered an
opinion that the faith of the United Slates
is piedgctl for the i-ayment of interest on
the
3.65 ')on(ls. but contlictiug le:;ai opinions have been
rendered as to the right of New Y, rk savi,igs b nks
to invest in these, as government securities. The
interest due Feb; nary, 1876. was
pa'd till Mirch,
as
no appropriation was made by Congress.
The interest due Am., 1S76. and Feb., 1877. has
been provided for by the Sundry Civil bill. (". 20,

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STATE SE0UB1TIE8.

26, 1876,]

nvor by kIvIob Immediate

Sabscribera will oonrer a great

notlee ot

Date of

For explanation ace notes on ttrst paf;c of

Amount

Bonds.

DESCRIPTION.

Size or

par

outstanding.
(

Value.

tables.

Rate.

any error dlsroTered In these Tables.
When

INTEREST.
Where payable and by
>yable
i

Payable

Priuclpal
cipal
due.

when

'IIODI.

lUinoig—

1847

Interest bondw. Inscribed Rtoek
Refunde<l stock bonds

$....

1,000
1,000
1,000

Normal Univeisity bonds
Thornton loan bonds
War bonds
Indiana
Bonds, short loan
School fund bonds (non-negotiable)

100

—

1873

'69,

funding,

1861 to '69 100 Ac.
1861 to '69 lOOAc.

4o

for various State purposes

Military loan

—

101,175

7
7

1866
1867
1870
1866
1870
1869
1870
1869
1869
1857
1870
1871
1869
1874

Actll5ofl867

8i>ocial— Act 3'2 of 1870
Bonds funding coupons
to Bocuf & Crocodile Navigation Co.
do

do
de
do
do
do
do
do

.500

100 Ac.

1851 to '61 500 Ac.
1
1863
500 Ac.
.^
1863
> g'.S
1,000
1864
500 Ac.
is
1868
100 Ac.
J^''

N. O. Mob. & Cliat. RR. bonds, end. by State.
Consolidated funded bonds

Matne—

u^

bonds
War loan bonds
Bounty loan bonds
do
do
Civil loan

Munioipal war debt assumed
ilaryland
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad sterling
Chesapeake &, Ohio Caiuil sterling
Siisquehauna & Tide Water Canal
Railroads an<l canals
Eastern Shore Railroad.
Baltimore & Susquehanna Railroad
Chesapeake & Ohio Canal
Balthnnre & Susquehanna Railroad
Annapolis & Elkridge Railroad
Defense Botnity Loan

—

1838
1838
1838

:

1839
1839
1868
1871
1872
1873

100 Ac.

1857
1861 to '62
1862
1863
1863
1864
1864
War Loan, sterling.
1869
Trojr & Greenfield Railroad loan, sterling
1858 to '61
do
do
home
1861 to '63
do
do
sterling
1868
do
do
sterling
1871
do
do
sterling
1875
do
do
dollar bonds 1873 to '74
do
do
do
1875
Southern Vermont Railroad Loan...
1860
Norwich & Worcester Railroad Loan
18.57
Boston, Hartford & Erie Railroad, steiiing... 1868 to '69
Harbor Laud Improvement (5-20s)
1874
Danvers Lunatic Ilo.spital
1874
Ijunath; nospir.-il, Worcester
1875
New State I'risiius, sterling
1875
Lunatic Hospital (Western Massachusetts)

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

7

500 Ac.

£100
200 Ac.
£500
1,000
1,000
5,000
1,000

£200
1,000
1,000
1,000

5

RencwalLo.in Bonds

1858
1863
1805
1859

Illinois.

—The

debt has been rapidly reduced of

late years, nnJ, without the addition of new loan«,
The Illinois CenTal
will soon be extinguished.

Railroad charter tax on earnings contributes over
$100,(KX) per yesr to the State revenue.
The assessment of all properiy in 1S75 was $!,0i5,5«»,8.)6.
Maniripaltties in Illinois are in some localities

heavily incnmbere^l with debt issued to railroads.
CV. 19, p. 15, 38, 686.)

/hfrtano.— There are also tl.sii.nco of war bonds.
There is a question as to ihc State's obligation to
pay the Wabash A Eric Canal debt. A reference
to the origin of that debt, arising from the State's
compromise with the bondholders in 1346, will be
found in the CnaoNicLB, V. 19, p. 493; see also p.
526.
A suit on the question was brought and decree
of sale obtained (V. U, p. 8."); V. 22, p. 104, filS). Taxable valuation, 1875— real estate, $«-3l,4!(i,97^;

iicr-

•onal, $S31,6B7,147; railroads, SiS,4:i6,9I9; corp,oralaw pertions, $4.(;4.'j,5'-i.3; ta.x rafc, 1.^ mills.
milting towns to is^ac bonds was passed in isrs, the

A

main section being

as follows:

" Section i.—Be it enadel bu Ou Genera', AsttmThat any corporated
bit/ of the State of Indiana^
town in this State which Bh:ill have heretofore, by
the action of its Board of Trustees, commenced the
erection of any public buildings, to be nsed as a
market house, cntrine house or other public purposes, and shall not have the necessary means with
which to complete such bailding. on the passage of
an ordinance authorizing th« same by the Board of
Trustees of said incorporated town, issue the bonds
of such town to an amount not exceeding in the
aggregate $10,{)iO, in denominations of not less than
%,'M nor more than t.lOO. and payable at any place
that may lie designated in the bonds; the principal
in not less than one year nor more than ten years
after the date of such bonj^, and the Interest.
annually or snui-affinually, r.s niuv lie therein proTided, to provide the means with which to complete
pr vide 1
Boch buildings;
that
such
bondbe sold at a price less than ninetyihttll not

four cents
rate

of

on

.

A Co.

do
do

N.O., Louisiana Nat. Bank,
do
do
do
do
N. Y.., Wlnslow, L. A Co.

do

do

A J. N. C, lyoulslona Nat. Bank,
do
do
A J
N. Y Wlnslow, L. A Co.
.M. A S
M. A N.
do
do
M. A 8 N. C, Louisiana Nat. Bank.
A. A O
N. Y Wlnslow, L. A Co.
Various N. O Citizens' Bank of La.
N. Y Wlnslow, L. A Co.
J. A J
A. A O.
N. Y., Wlnslow, L. A Co.
J. A J.
F.
J.

A.

g.

5
3

J.
J.
J.

A.

Augusta and Boston.
Boston, Suffolk Bank,
do
de
do
do
Augusta and Boston.

A

A
A
A
A
A
A

A.
D.
O.

London, Baring Bros,
do
do
do
do
Baltimore, State Agent,
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

J.

J
J

rri
Quart'y

6
6
6
6
6
6
6

A.
J.
J.
J.

A
A
A
A

O.
J.
J,

J

A D
A N.
A J
A J
A J.
5 g. M. AN
5 g. M. A N
J. A J.
A. A O
5 g. A. A O
5g. A. A O
?•''• J. A J
J. A
5 g. J. A
A
A
5 g.
A
A
A
M. A N.
J. A J.
J. A J
J. A J
M. A N,
J. A J,

6g.

Boston Treasury.
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
London, Baring Bros.
do
do
do
do
Boston Treasnry.
London, Baring Bros.
do
do
do
do
Boston Treasury.
do
do
do
do
do
do
London, Baring Bros.
Boston Treasury.

J.

,

M.

J.
J.
J.

Michigati^-

Two Million Loau
War Bounty Bonds
Salute Mane Canal bonds

J.

Various
M. A 8.

6
6
6
6
6

104,000
822,000
358,000
46,000

500 Ac.

£100 Ac
£200
£200 Ac

J.

.,

8

3,333,583
225,000
330,000
454,361

£500

500
1,000
1,000
1,000

8'

8

50,000
220,000
600,000
888,000
200,000
4,379,500
4,000,744
999,944
554,180
960,500
2,952,400
5,598,912
1,500.000
700,000
1,300,000
200,000
400,000
3,599,024
400,000
900,000
750,000
1,292.280

1,000

. .

Back Bay Lands Loan
Union Fund Loan
Coast Defense Loau
Bounty Fund Loau
Bounty Fund Loan
do
do sterling

do
do

.1.

the dollar, nor bear a g'eatcT
than eight per centum per

interest

annum."

A similar law was p.assed for counties, which, referring to contracts that hiive been made for public
i.uildings, &c., says that in connlies where such
contracts have been so made, the board of commissioners of such counties are authorized to issue
bonds to an amount not exceeding one-half of one
per centum on the assessed valuation of the pro-iurtv of such county, in addition to any loan for said
purpo.se for which bonds may have been heretofore
issued, negotiated and s:>ld. (V. S?, p. 1W9.)

Kansae.—KAaeaa has but a small State debt, but
the issues of municipal bonds have been large. In
July, 1876, $150,(X» of State bonds were paid off. An
extract from the State Auditor's report was given in
The valuation of re.il and perV. liO, p. 14.
sonal property in LSTSwas l|iial,514,.'W4; tax rate, 6
mills for State purposes and an averaire of 3.78 per
$1'X) for al purposes.
State funds hold $159,850 of
the bonds. (V. 2J, p. 14.)

,

,

Boston, Treasury.
,

do
do
London, McCalmoiits.

1883 to '84
1877 to '9»
1884 to '99
ily,

1906
1886
1,
1907
March 1, 1875
1886 A '88
Jan. 1, 1890
March 1, 1909
May, 1910
1890
1909
1897
July I, 1910
April, 1911
18712 to

May

JonV.iei'l

1877-'78
March, 1883
Aug. 15, 1880
June, 1889
Oct., 1898

1890
1890
1865
1880 A 1890
1890
1890
1885
1890
1890
1875 A '93
1885 A '89
April, 1882 to '87
June, 1877

May, 1880
July, 1877 to '78
July, 1883
July, 1883

May, 1894
May, 1894
July, 1889
Oct., 1888 to '90
April, 1890 to '04
April, 1882
July, 1891

Jan.

1,

1895

July, 1891 to '94
July, 1895
April, 1890
July, 1877
Jan. A July, 1900
July, 1894
July, 1894

May, 1895
1, 1895

Jan.

granted.

no,

Am. Exchange Bank.

July, 1878

do
do
do

N. Y.,

8.3,

Various

187e-78

.,

7-30
8

435,000
156,615
31,069
269,000
528,785
298,435
62,015

1839
1837

Deaf and Dumb Asylum Loan
Maryland Ilo.ipital Loan, 10-15 years
Maryland State Loau
Massach usetls —

7
6

2,028,888
2,551,444

Varlons.

A
A

York.

J.
J.

8

"

N. Y., Douuell, L.

A

Various
Various
M. A N,
M. A S

8
6

71,000
385,000
307,000
2,330,000
2,827,000

do

New

.1.

8

1,806,000

Jan., 1880
Jan., I8H0
Jan., 1880

Various
Various
J.
J.

6
6

303,000
578,000
792,500
114,700
80,000
87,000
260,000
53,000
184,000
70,000
2,500,000
875,000
9,306,950

school & s*'niinary, held by St. Treas..
to N. Orleans, Mobile &. Texas RK

do

132,500
.578,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
100 Ac.

.

Issued to State reniteutiary
to fund Hunting debt of State
to .Missi.^isipiii & Mexican Gulf Canal.,
to Nort Ik in Louisiana <fe Texas RK. Co.

do

500
1,000
1,000
1,000

1853

Jan., 1878

do
do
do
do

July.

8

6

73(t,000

346,000

Bonds for rclirf of 8t.it« Treasm-y
Bonds in aid of various railroads
Leveo bonds— Act 3.'» of 1805
do
do

7A

6
6

180-1 to '6d

Bonds, 18G1 to
h'iuinana

910,000

5,000

N. Y.,

6
«

Am. Exchange Bank.
do
do
do
do

6

3,004,738

Sanita—
Bonds

<&o.

$921,060
286,000
23,000
86,000
142,300

July, 1879

do
do
do

1878 A '83
May, 1890

(V. S», p. 78, Si, 476, 5S1, 546; V. SI, p. 15,
159, 231, 489, 5i% 61.5; V. 3!, p. 61.)

.Wain^.— The sinking funds. January, 1976. reduce the total debt to a net amount o( $5,272,688.
Valuation of total taxables in 1875, $2.55.(X)0.008;
tax rate, 5 mills. Governor's message in V, 2i, p,
62.

—

Maryland. The assessed valuation of property in
1875 was $427,75.3..393, on which the rate of taxation
in 1876 is 17J< cents per$lOO; income from dividends
on railroad, canal and other stocks owned by the
State was$1.3.3,4yi. The State has largely assisted
canals and railroads, and holds $4,787,^J5 of stocks
and bonds of companies paving interest promptly,
leaving only $5,916,583 of debt without any offset;
the State also holds $22,555,188 in unproductive securities.
On two investments only, the Comptroller
says that the Stat > has met no loss, viz.. the Balti-

more

& Ohio and

the Coliunbis

A Fort

Deposit

rail-

roads.
ifa««a<;Ai/«<f«.— Governor's message on finances, V.
All Interest on the funded debt of
p. 62.
is paid in coin.
The credit of
the State stands high in London and at heme.
During 1874 the debt was increased $987,400,
and in lf75, $4,500,000.
The sinking funds in
22,

io«i»ioro.— The fund'ng bill passed Jan. 84, 1874,
scaled the debt down to tiO per cent of the face value.
For coupons lacking on bonds funded, similar coupons are cut from the new bonds issued; interest on
consol- bonds is paid in New York, but no interest paid on bonds unfunded. These consols, were
admitted to New York Stock E.xchanie, May,
The principal bonds not fundable are,
1S76.
$111,003 of RR. bonds; $lS.OO().scho:jl; $880.000Miss.
A Mex. Gulf Canal; $80,0»3 Bocuf A Cr. Nav.;
$S7.i,000 N. O. M. A Chat, endorsed; and $2,500 000
N. O. Mob. & Texas. The same tax of 14>^ mills,
1875 as in 1874 (in 1873 the rate was ai>f mills )
total assessed value of real estate in Is; 5 was
$150,607,073; personal, t40,349,.M7; of which New
Orleans had t'J3,463,J69 of real and $2«,11.S,8.33 of
personal.
The gio-s revenue In 1875 was $3,il!i6,153
niid cxpnuses S.3.1S",;n7.
The $-J.r)(Ki.00() bonds to
N. O. Moll.
Texas Railroad have been declared
in

The

&

void by State Su;.reme

Court, but

a

rc-hcaring

Massachnsetts

January. 187B, were $ll,725,.3f0. Thelloosac tunnel
has cost the State over $14,500,000. Real estate
assessed
in 1875, $1,311,0.31.326;
pers>nal, Including bank shares. $560,815,16J; tax rate, 108
mills; deposits in savings banks, $2.37,848,963; corporation property (above real estate and machinery),
$81,213,633. The loan to B. 11. A E. Railroad waa
pccurt'd by deposit o.' $3,6>\('00 "Berdell" mortgaao
bonds, after^vards exchanged for new stock. (V.
80, p. 336, 531; V. 21, p. «7; V. 22, p. 93.)

—

Michifjan. Tlie debt has been larecly dimiaished
few years. Assessed valuation of realand personal property, 1871-72, > 30,000,000, and ta.t
rate 2V mills. Surplus revenue is applied to purin the last

chase of bonds.

(Y. 20, p. 139.)

)
.

:

STATE SECURITIES.
Subscribers nrlll confer a (creat favor

DESCRIPTION.

[August

gtvlns Immediate notice of anr error discovered In these Tables.

bjr

Size or

outstanding.

INTEREST.
Where Payable and by
Payable
Whom.

Amount

par

Date of
Bonds.

For explanations aee notes on first page of tables.

Value.

Loan

1867
1868
1869
1873
1858

do
do
coupon
do
Railroad Bonds (not recognized)

do
do
do

Rate.

Missoun—

$100,000
100,000
50,000
250,000

$1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1865 to -66
1868
1872
1874
1854 to '58
1857 to '59
1859 to '60
1854 to '59
1853 to '59
1857 to '66
1874
1875-6
1857 to '75
1874

7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6

2,275,000

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

Funding bonds
Renewal bonds, coup., 5-20s, (act Mch. 29, '71
Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad
renewal..
do
do

439,000
2,727,000
401,000
104,000
2,256,000
392,000
504,000

1,000
1,000

160,000
800,000

1,000
1,000

100 &c.
100 &c.

313,000
600,000
2,206,100
500.000

6
6
6

100 &c.
100 &c.
100 &c.

900,000
900,900
593,400

6
6

1.000

.

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1861
1864
1872
1873

Consolidated bonds
University and Lunatic Asylum bonds
State Bank stock refunding
Bonds to North Missouri Railroad. ,
Bonds to Cairo & Fulton Railroad
Bonds to Platte Comity Railroad
Bonds to Iron Mountain Railroad
Pacific Railroad of Missouri
Southwestern Branch Pacific Railroad

1,0.57,000

'§[

9,895,500
561,500
800,000
1,537,887

7
7

1,872,000
2,973,000

6
6
6
6

784,000
1,000,000
3,287,000
2,715,000
285,000

6

Nevada—
State bonds

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

1871
1872

State bonds

;

Territorial bonds

Hampshire —
War loan, coupon bonds
do
do

913

Principal— When
Due,

When

MinnesotaState Building

1876.

2-^,

& 10
Ola

&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&
&

J.
J.
J.
J.

St.

1877
1878
1879
1883 to 1903
Dec, 1887

Paul, Treasury.

do
do
do

do
do
do

D.
N. Y.,

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

Bank

of

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

1883
1888
July, 1892

Commerce.
do
do
do
do
Ho
do
do
do
do
do
do

1877 to '88
1877 to '89
1889 to '90
1877 to '89
1876 to '87
1876
July, 1894
1895-6

1887 to '95

N, Y., B'k N. America.

do

do
1881 and '82
March, 1887

Various
M. & S.

State Treasury.

&

J.
8.
J.
J.

Concord or Boston.
do
do
do
do
do
do

J.
J.
J.

Trenton and Jersey City.
do
do
do
do

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

N. Y. Manhattan Bank.

do

Ifeic

Municipal war loan
State bonds
Ifew Jersey —
War loan bonds, tax free

do
do

do
do

1861

1863
1864

do
taxable

,

do
registered stock
do
General fund debt— Astor stock
1827 to '32
deficiency loan
do
do
1848
do
do
1848
do
do
do
1875

Under

Canal debt,
i

'4»

ao

6

1872
1873
1873
1874

Art. 7, Sec. 3, of Con- J
stitutlon and Art, 7, Sec. 12.

!AM

500 &c.
500 &c.
1866
1868
1867
1868

100 &c.
100 &c.
1,000
1,000

1850
1860
1856

do

Registered certificates of literary fund
Penitentiary bonds, act Aug. 24, 1868
Special tax bonds

100 &c.
100 &c.
100 &c.

g.

6g.

5&6g.
6

g.

eg.
eg.
6g.
6g.
6r.

5&6g.

4,738,800
3,639,400
2,383,000
1,695,000
2,417,400
1,711,400
383,045
44,000
11,407,000

1,000
1,000

Funding bonds, since war
do

1,562,900
847,500
4,302,600
2,000,000
66,443

?=
fd

Ooinptroller's bonds (by Rev. Stat'a)
North Carolina —
Bailroad and improvement bonds, old
do
old
do
do
RR. and Improv't bonds, new (not special tax)
do
dp
do
do

5

473,000
880,000

&
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
A. &
M.

6

New YorkBounty loan bonds, coupon

J.

J.

A.
J.

A.
J.

6

A.

6
6
6

J.

210,000
4,072,640
2,400,000

6
6
6

J.
J.
J.

26,500
200,000

7

J.
J.

A.
A.

Oregon—
Bounty bonds
"WiUamette Canal and Lock...;
Pemisi/Ivania
Incbned plane loan
Coupon loan, April 2, ($28,000 are reg.)

1870

—

1849
1852
1852
1852
1852
1853
1867
1867
1867
1867
1867
1867
1872

do

do
do

May 4

Registered loan. May 4
Coupon loan of April 19 ($35,000 are reg.)
Stock loan of Feb. 2 (registered)

do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do

.

.

(registered)

(coupon)

(registered)
(registered)
(registered)
Agricuitural College land scrip

—

Minnesota. All the State bonds are now held by
the permanent Bchool fund. Minnesota is usually
classed amon^ the States which have avoided their
obligations. In consequence of her refusal to recognize the "State Railroad bonds" of 1858 to the
amount of $3,^5,000. See Governor's Message, V.22,
p. 6-3. Property valuation, 1875, $218,855,14.3, of which
(V. 19.
S45,162,4()7 was personal; tax, 81-10 mills.
p. 493; V. 22, p. 567.)

—

Missouri. Valuation of real and personal property
in 1S75 was $549,503,471, upon which the tax is 4X
Railroad property was assessed at $54,849mills.
312, as returned to County Courts; bat at only
$19,861jl41, as returned to the State Auditor in
1875.
'The State had $1 428,000 bonds maturina
To provide for
in 1875, and $3,907,000 in 1876.
these, a law of 1875 authorized the sale of new
bonds, and the State Commissioner's report to July,
The Hannibal
St. Joseph
187B, is in V. S3, p. 135.
Railroad provides for its own debt. Bonds falling
due are paid in currency, pursuant to a resolution

&

of the Legislature, although

some

payable by their terms in "gold
SO, p.

83.

V. &,

of these bonds are
or silver." (V.
V. 21, p. 217;

!6I, 290, 313, 33ti, 383. 477;
P.83. 591; V. 2 ,p. 133.)

Nevada.— The debt

of

Nevada

is

hardly more than.

nominal.

New

5a,»p«Air«.—The debt of

New

Hampshire

was created for war purposes, and is being rapidly
reduced. The Municipal loan of 1872 was issued to
cities and towns, the proceeds to be used in reducing
war deots, which the State thus asTotal valuation in 18:6, 8200,000,000.

their several

sumed.

New Jersey.— T\ie debt was created for war purposes. Of the first two classes of bonds the principal ia payable $100,003 per year. Valuation of real
and personal property in 1675 $612,731,094, against
$619,097,908 ; State tax, 3}i mills.

a

New IVit.—There

is

also

$fiS.ftPfl

contingent debt

Long I»landR»Ut9«d, »n(1^7,3«l pec fmnum

tor

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

50 &c.
50 &c.
50<SLc.

50 &c
50 &c.
50 &c.

400,000
395,000
87,000
2,812,000
4.55,500

273,000
8«,350
7,521,.5.50

7,369,000
90,400
9,251,850
723,950
500,000

g.

A.

5g.

J.

6

4l3g. .L
3 e F.
5 I. P.
5|. F.
F.
6
F.
6
F.
6
F.
5
F.
6
F.
5

& J.
& 0.
& J.
& 0.
& J.
& 0.
& J.
& 0.
& 0.
& J.
& J.
& J.
& J.
& J.
& 0.
& J.
& J.
& A.
& A.
& A.
& A.
& A.
& A.
& A
& A.
& A.

6

Indian annuities. An abstract of the Governor's
Message was given in V. 22, p. 6i, showing a net
reduction of $2,744,505 in the debt for year ending
Sept. 30, 1875. The following were valuations and
tax rate for State purposes in the years 1859 and
1365,

and from

185'.l...

1870 to 137)

Real Estate.

Year.
.

.

1865... .
1870... ..
1871... ..
1872... ..
1873...
1874..- .
1875... ..
1576...

Personal.

$1,097,.5M,524

.

1,532,720,907
1,599,930,168
1,644,879,410
1,692,623,071

.

.

State tax.

$307,349,155
3)2,552 314
431,281,278
452,6^7,732
147,24^,035
437,102,315
418,608,955
407,427,399

l,1.58,.S2',37l

1,7.50,698.918

1,969,3;2,703

2X
4 53-80
7 41-156
5 79-120
9'^

6 95-100

1H
6

3 11-24

fiscal year, 187-5-6, the tax rate
of 3 11-24 mills reduces the rate of 1875 nearly onnhnlf: this is partly owing to the considerable
reduction in the Bounty debt, and the increase
It appears that the
of i-inkinff fuud resources.
value of real estate liy local assessors in 1874 was
$1, 750.618, 9!8, while the full value, as estimated by
the State assessors, was $1,168,330,757. The Comptroller says the actual value should be adopted as
the basis of taxation. The total amount raised by
tax, State and local, in lfi75, was $56,926,410. or 24
mills on the $1 of assessed valuation. In 1871. the
local debts of cities in New York State were $137,539,6 9; of counties, $46,68i,a64, and towns, $25,140,181.
(V. 19, p. 350; V. 20, p. 23, 60, 615; V. 8J,

For the present

p.

63,

471.)

heavily
is
North Carolina.—'^orth Carolina
burdened with debt, in proportion to her taxable property. A lengthy extract from the TreasTotal
urer's report was given in V. 20, p. 84.
property was assessed in 1872 at $128,507,628, a
low valuation. Interest is paid on bonds issued
to North Carolina Railroad ($2,800,000), as the
State holds $8,000,200 stock and receives dividenfls thereon.

Otlier interest in default.

A

ing bill piMsed the Legislature March, 1875.

At

N. Y., Manhattan Bank.
Albany.
N. Y., Manhattan Bank.

At

Jau.
July

fund(See

1893
1,
1,

1883
1891

Oct. 1, 1892

Ou demand.
1868 to '98
1868 to '98
1868 to '98
1868 to '98
Jan., 1900
Oct., 1898

Y'ork.

Indefinite.
Oct., 1898
1898 to '99

Ealoigh, Treasury.

York.

do

Jan., 1876
July, 1881
Jan., 1887

N. Y., American Excli. B'k.

do
do

do
do

will.

Oct.,

Deo., 1877
July, 1887

do
do
do
do
do

New

will.

July, 1878

do
do
do
do
do

New

1877
1877

April,
April.

Albany.

do
do
do
do
do

'78

Jan., 1877 to '84
Jan., 1886 to '96
Jan., '97 to 1902

do

do

&

1884 to '89
Jan., '92 to 1905
1879 to '80

Albany.

6
6
6
6
6

Ohio—
Registered loan, payable after 1875
do
June, 1881
do
do
June, 1886
do
do
do

0.

July, 1877
Sept.,

1884
1830

8tat« Treasury,

April, 1879
& Mech. B'k.
July, 1882
do
do
July, 1882
do
do
Aug., 1877
do
do
Aug., 1877
do
do
Aug., 1878
do
do
Feb., 1877
do
do
Feb., 1877 to '82
do
do
Feb., 1877 to '82
do
do
Feb., 1877-1882
do
do
Feb., 1882-1892
do
do
Feb., 1882-1892
do
do
Harrisburg Treasury.

PhUa., Farm.

Chronicle, V.

20, p. .336.)

In

New

York, bonds

are classitied thus: "Old," being those Issued prior
to May 1, 1S61, coupons on from Jan. '69; " N. C. R.
R." issue of $2,800,000 to that road, coups, on since
Jan. & April, '69; fame "coup, off" have had 7
coups, paid; "funding act '66 cirry coups. Jan.,
'69;
"funding act"
carry coupons April,
'69. "New"
authorized before war, except $1,.500,000 in 1868; "Special tax, let." carry coup. April,
'69; "2d" coup, of Oct. '69; "3d" coup. April, 1870.
(V. 18, p. 166, 629; V. 20, p. S4, 161, 283; V. 21, p. 570.)

—

m

OAio.— Ohio has a very small State debt, but
large local debts, amounting in 1375 to $25,957,588.
Valuations in 1874 were : Real estate in cities, &c.,
$366,031,721; other, $696,883,.323; personalty, $535,Tax rate in 1875, 3 2-10 mills for State, and
6S9,^18.
an avtrafje of 2'> 9-10 mills for local purposes. Of
the 1875 loan above. $368,2J0 was paid Jan. 1, 1876,
and the balance after April 1. Report on State and
local debts, V. 32, p. 64.
Oregon.— The debt is pro\ided for by sinking
Taxable property
funds, payable from land sales.
niill tax
in 1875 was assessed at $41,197,149;
was laid for Relief houda and 1 mill for Bounty
bonds.

X

Pennsylvanl.i.—ToM debt Nov.

30,

$23,5.33,137;

available assets, $9,466,57i; net debt, $13,786,564.
The financial system is remarkable in Pennsylvania,
in the fact that no tax is laid for State purposes on
Revenue is raised from numerous
real estate.
sources, principally from corporations. Taxes are
levied on personal property, which was assessed at
$159,382,242, and the tax was $574,817 in 1875. State
expenses have lately exceeded revenue, and sinking
funds have been diverted to meet the deficiency.
The State holds $1.75»,.321 in stocks and $10,554,321
of railroad bonds. Interest is paid in gold ou all the
State debt issued prior to 1867. Any coupon bonds
may be changed to registered. The bonds due in
1877 are pavable at anv time till 188S; those of 188*
tiU 1892, Cf. 31, p. 137; V. 22, p, 64.)

. .

August

.

STATE SECURITIES.

2G, 1876.]

Sabserlbem

nrlll

eonnsr a si^*' lavor bf Kivlqc Immediate notice ot any error dltcovered In these Table*.
Date of

Size or

par

outstanding.
c

INTEREST.
Wbore payable and by
Payable
wnom.

Amount

bonds.

DESCRIPTION.
For explanations hoc notes on tirst pa^e of tables.
Jlhotle

tU

value.

When

Rate.

1802
18C3
1803
1804

$1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

$1,019,000
205,000
008,000
740,000

Various
1836 to '01 Various
L853to'54
1,000
1800
50,&c
1854
1,000
1808
1,000
1868
1.000
1868
500,&c.
186il
500,&c.
L809 to '70 500,&c.

23,684
520,340
240,000
401,700
680,000
177,000
261,000

do
do
do
Smith Carolina—

1794

State stock
State House stock

do
bunds
Funding bondH iind stock
Blue KtdKe Kiiiiroad bonds

Funding

receivable
of Interest
bills

Payment

Funding bunk
Conversion

Land

bills
l>on<ls and

stock

eonini i.ssiou bonds

1838
1838
1809
1873
1873

Fire loan bonds, .sterling...

do

stock, lion leslio

Bonds— Relief

.Slate

Treasury

Consolidated bonds, coup. (Funding act)
stock {Funding act)
do
Railroad endorsements
Itnnettee
Now fmidluR bonds, act of 1873
Bonds registered, act of 1873
Fundable bonds and cou p. not yet presented
Bonds, registerablc, uot presented
Held by E.T. University (not to be funded) .

Varions
Various

1874
Various.
Various.
Various.

Texas—
Funding State debt
1866 i '71
Funding State warrants, act May 2, 1874
1874
Frontier defense, gold, act August
1870.
1870
Revenue deficiency bonds, act Dec. 2, 1871.
1872
Bonds, act Mar., 1874 (for paying tloat'gdebt)
1874
Veteran Pension bonds, act Aug., 70<StApl.,'74
1874
.'>,

M.

1,000
1,000
Various

6,222,000
16,289,000
l,05(i,(KK)

.

<Se

do
do
do

6

g.

6g.
OgOg.
6

g.

^'6

6

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

6
10

100

200,000
499,000
697,000
500,000
1,000,000
1,070,357

500,&c.
500,&c.

144,000
168,000

A
&

J N. Y., Fourth Nat. Bank,
J
do
do

A

J.

6

J.
.M.

J.
J.
J.

10

yennonl—

War loan

bonds, coupon

1862
1862

do
registei"ed
Yirginia—
Old bonds, coupon
1851 to '66
registered
do
1851 to '66
sterling, not required to be funded
do
1851
Consol. (Act Mar. '71) couii. tax receivable
1871
do
rcg., eonv. intoeoup...
1871
do
do
(Act 1872) coup., not receivable
1872
do
do
do
reg.,
1872
Deferred certificates (W. Va.)
1871
Interest on sterling debt, fimded (Act 1871)..
1871
Arrears of interest impaid Sept. 30, 1875
Rhode /s/ami.— The debt was all created for war
The
purposes and is being steadily diminished.
valuation of real and personal property in 1873 was
$«17,798,5J0, and tax rate 80 cents on $100.
Conrfina.— The Governor's message on finances
'21, p. 5';5.
The fnndliig law approved Dec.
provided for scaling down the old debt by
giving new bonds to the extent of 50 per cent, and
declared void the conversion bonds to the amount
Tiie January, IST", interest was
of $5,965,030.
paid on consolidated bonds in April. 187(>. The interest duo in July was only ail in part. Total
valnation of all propcrtv— in 1875, real estate,
88,171,818; personal, |'16,7!)l.a06; rate of taxation
So.

in V.

S3, 1873,

is

500&C

1

Vari's

0.
6

•7,092,399

£100&C
100,&c.
100,&o.
100,&c.
100,&c.
Varioiw
Various

J.
J.
J.
J.

6
5

2,331,250
19,030,000
1,207,000
1,564,675
1,160,093
15,239,370
212,833
1,199,804

taken care of by the roads.

J.
J.

6

J

6
6

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

6

6
6

1-2.

mills.

(V. SO,

V.

p. 84,
S3, p. 40.)

'id, 891, .358, 51T;

Tenntssee.— On the first of July, 1874. the payment of interest was resumed, and the interest
due January 1, 1i?"5, was paid by help of a
but default again made Jnlv,
loan of $300,00
1875. The Governor's letter in "December. 1815,
on the finances, discouraged the expectation of
further payments soon, and suggested "s-caling."
The law passed in March, 1873, provided for
funding all outstanding, legjilly issued bonds, due
between July 1, lb74, ani July 1, 1884, as well as
all past-due coupons, and coupons maturing on
or before Jan. 1. 1871, in a 10-40 year 6 per cent
bond. The total debt given above is, substantially,
according to the last report of the Comptroller,
January, 1875. The Comptroller estimated debt of
solvent railroads at :t3,288,8;W; due fiom purchasers
of railroads the. sold, S'^18,OC0; value of Knoxville
A Charleston road, $100,000. The State's endorsemeats tor railroads are $1,802,000, of wfaii^ $l,56O,0C0
1,

1

N. Y., Fourth Nat. Bank.

J.
8.
J.
J.
J.

D.
D.

Bank
do
do
do
do
do

of

New

Total valnation of

real estate, $i8 1,000,000, and railroad propcrtv,
The rate of taxation is 40 com? on the
$51 ,000.000.
York as *'old,"
$100. 'Tennessee bonds, sold in

New

are those issued before 1S6"2, and having coupons
of July, l-fi9; Old '*ex cpupDU," have only the
coupon of July, 187.5; " New," Issued since 1862 carrying coupon of July, 1869, " ex coupon" July, 1875,
only; *• New Series," the new fundmg bonds. (V.
18, p. 143, 847. 350. 497; V. 19, p. 167; V. ao, p. 14, 84,
161,88-2,491; V. 21, p. 87, 313, 614; V. 28, p. 412; V.
23. p. 16.;

York,

do
do
do
do
do

Boston, N. B. Mut. Red'n.
Montpelicr, Treasury.

New York.
Richmond, Treasury.
London, Baring B. A Co.
Richmond, Treasury.
do
do
do
London, Baring B.

A Co.

1. 1914
1875 to 1900
1900
1875 to 1900

July

Various.

1877 and 1891
Jan., 1884
1910
1892
March 1, 1904
1894

1875
1875

to '78
to '90

1886 to '95
At pleaauro
1886
1905
1905
Contingent

1905

Fir^nia.—The Funding act of 1871 provided
tha* coupons of the funded bonds should be receivable for State t.".xCo. For 2-3 of the old bonds a
new bond was issued, and for the other >; a deferred
certificate given (as the proportion due by West
Virginia). The act of 18'.2 amended that of 1871
by not allowing coupons to be received for taxes.
The sinking fund holds $2,446,98< of State bonds
and certificates. All interest over-due and unpaid
to September. 30, 1815, ;on the ba-is of 4 per
cent.) Was $1,199,864.
A part of the Interest
due July. 1874, has been paid since Jan. 1, 1876.
Assessed value of property is $.329,424,153; tax rate,
5 mills. The circular of Mes^irs. Branch
Co.,

&

i

81, p. 489, 1)14;

Aug., 1894

Columbia, State Treasury.

Various N. Y.,

7
7
7

Marcli, 1882
April, 1893
July, 1893

At i>lea«ure.
J. & J.
do
dw
1877 to '86
J. & J.
do
do
1871 to '80
J. & J. Columbia and New York. July 1,1887 to '97
J. & J.
Columbia, Treasury,
July 1.1875 to '79
A. & O. Colmnblu and New York.
July 1, 1888
A. A O.
tin
do
July 1, 1888
J. & J.
do
do
July 1, 1889
do
J. & J.
do
July 1,1882
J. & J.
do
do
lJ)ndon.
July 1. 18G8
Columbia.
§:=^:
July 1, 1868
J. & J. Columbia A FIs. Agen. N.Y.
1888
July 1, 1893
J. & J.
Now York or Columbia.
July 1, 1893
J. & J.
do
do

5

390,000

A T. Co.

do
do
do

J.

6

5, 5>4,

1,074,000

a.

I. II.

J.
J.

6

5&

J.

Q.-J.

6g.

218,423
10,000
3,915,000
149,254
4,797,608

Providence, R.

O.

F.

V-

648.300
22,000

8.

&
&

A.

3g.

370..500

Il

J.

1,000

....

.

6
6
6
6

481,'944

—

in 1674,

duo.

Island—

War bond

V.

Principal— when

Tctos.— The

state

Comptroller,

in

February,

funded debt $l.2l9,7.'j7; floatirn;
debt, $.')43,'37, and bonds of dou itful validity
remaining in hands of State Treasure, $818,310.
1676, reported total

The valuation of taxable property in 1875 was
$250.9%3,759, against JitsWlS*) in 1374.
Tax rate,
.50.
From the Comptroller's report we have the
following statistics for 1875:
Total value of taxable property assessed. (2^0.858,798

Statetax
Poll tax

County taxes
Milci of RR. in the State ass'd for taxes.
Value <:f railroads

Number

.

1,8.)4354
1)8,322
1,959,1-4
1,487
$16,605,122

of acres of land assessed in the

State
66,637,920
Value of lots assessed in the State
44,566,937
(V. 19, p. 15, 117, J42; V. 20, p. 84; V. 22, p. 28 1 .)

Yermont.—'r\na State has a very small debt— all
created for war purposes. Of the registered bonds
$135,500 are held for Agricultural College.
The
sinking fund, Aug.

1.,

1674,

was

$37,93-2.

tff

bankers, April, 1816, said: "The Lciii.slalnre has
adjourned, and no law in any way affecting tiie
bonds of the State has been passed.' if wo except ft
clause in the tax bill subjecting the coupons cut
from bands held by a non. resident of the State to
the same tax as hfts heretofore been deducted from
coupons held by residents. This tax amounts to
$1 70 on each coupon of $30. or five and twofiftha
per cent -the coupons being received at 94-(X)per
cent of their par value 'n payment of taxes, 'rhe
State is still in debt for money borrowed to meet
temporary deficiencies in the revenue; and the pay
meets to the sinking fund have been suspended, as
also th':; payments of interest of July. 1874. on the
non-consolidnted debt. The tax bill includes some
additional subjects of taxation, whicli will make a
sm-iU increase in the revenue, but it is now certain
that no cwh payments vt'.W be made during the
present year on account of interest, excei>t that the
small balance due on July, 1874, iaierest may be
paid." Auditor's report, V. 21. p. 6f4. (V. Ij», p.
395 50-2, 686, 582; V. 80, p. 14, 306, 356, 375, 647;
V. 21, p. 527, 604.)

4

. .
..

CITY SECURITIES.

Tiii

Subscribers will confer a ureat ravor

DESCRIPTION.
For expIaDittlous sec notes on
Albany,

slrliis

Date of
Bonds.
page of tables

Immediate notice of

Size or

outstanding.

A Northern

Value.

1854
18G4
1866
1870

Railroad loan

$1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1870,1,2,
1871
1,000
New Post Otlice site
1874
1,000
Water stock
1851 i '52 1,000
Additional supjily
1874
1,000
Bonds loaned to Albany A Susquehanna RR.
1865
1,000
do
Albany A W. Stockbridgo RR.
1841
AuQusIa, Oa.—
Bonds for various purposes
Various.
250 Ac.
City bonds, tax free
r
1876
500 Ac.
Relief of drafted

men

Purchase Congress Hall Block
City improvcuicut
Waebinf^ton Park
City improvement

BaUimm'e —

Consolidated loan of 1890

Various.

Wator loan

1854
1863
1865
1860
1863
1853
1853
1868
1870
1874
1864

Consolidated boimty loan
E.KCmpt bounty loan
Public parks (Druid Hill)
Park imi>rovcmeiit loan
Five million loan to Baltimore A Ohio RR
One million loan to Pittsb. A Connellsville RR
New City HaU
,

do
do

do
do

Consolidated loan
Court house loan
Funding loan

1870
1874
1872
1872
1873
1872

do
Western Maryland Railroad
Jones' Falls
Valley Railroad
Patterson Park extension
Endorsemeut.s for York A Cumberland

do
do
do
do
Bangor, We.
City debt proper
Municipal loan

—

Western Maryland
Union Raili-oad

do
do
do
Burnt district, sterling loan
Consolidated street improvem't, sterling loau.
Roxbury debt, assumed
Dorchester debt, assumed
Charlestown debt, assumed
Mystic water debt, assumed
Brighton debt, assumed
West Roxbury debt, assumed
Water loan, new main Brookline Reservoir.
do
Chestnut Hill reservoir
do
renewal of loan due '70-71, all reg.
'72-73
do
do
Water works, Roxbury, coupon and registered
do
Roxbury A Dorchester
do
Dorchester, all registered
do
W. Roxbury A Brighton, all reg
do
do
coup, and reg.
Additional supply water
Various purposes, for water works
Water loau bonds, gold, coupon or reg
Urooktyn
Debt of WiHiamsburgh, local improvement
Brooklyn local improvement loan
Mount Prospect Square loau
Soldiers' aitf fund loan
Third street improvement loan, local
Gowanus canal improvement loan, local
Bushwick avenue
do
do
do
South Seventh street do
do
do
Union street
do
do
do
Fourth aveuue
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
WalLabout Bay
do
do
Bedford avenue
do
do
local.
Kent avenue basin do
do
New York Bridge loan, registered and coupon
.

.

—

B'ds for complet'n N.Y. A U'kls'n Br., ep. or rg.
Prospect Park loan, registered and coupon
. .

—There

are sinking funds Tor municipal
aud for water stock. 'The loan to Albany

bonds
Susquehanna

&

secured by let mort. The equalized
valuation of property in Albany County in 18.5
by State Board was: Real estate, $48,7a9,146; personal, $5,8;W,088; total, $54,636,214. Estimated true
value of real estate, $103,11)4,770.
is

Auffiista.—Ot this debt, $600,000 was issued for
and balance for canal eulargemeut,
water works, Ac.

railroads,

Baltimore.— The fiscal year of Baltimore ends
with Oct. 31. The city credit has been loaned extensively to railroads, in exchange for their securities, which it liolds to a lari;e nominal amount. The
sinkinE fund for Ba!t. A Ohio R.-iilroad $.5,000,000
loan ia $l,7')o,!l(3; West Murylaiid Riilioad sinking
fund, $149,P<5; and the total of the several other
sinking funds, $fi,l57,Htil. The Bait. A Ohio RR.
pays interest on $5,000,000 loan; Water loan is paid
by income of water works, and Public Park by City
Passenger Railway, and out of a total debt of
$32,943,445 only $16.154,'.9} is dependent on the taxThe a3scB.?cd value of property in 1876 is
levy.
$231,508,119; tax rate, 187S, $1 80 on the $100 for city
purposes, and .nj< for State. Population in 1870
was 267,354, against 213,4!8 in 1860. (V. 22, p. 589 )

Bangor, Jfe.— The valuation of real and personal
property is $11,052,211; rate of taxation, 2.50 per

&

"The loans to European
North American
Railrojid and to Bangor
Piscataquis Railroad are

cent.

secured by

Bate.

&

first

mortgages on those roads.

Boston.— The population of Boston in 1870 was
298.497, against 177, J40 in I860; in 1875 itwiis, 341,919.

Valuation r,r real iirnpfHv in ISTfi. includin" the reii!i6M5,im, asaiust t59d,7S9,tent »nn«zaUons,

wM

<tc.

&o.
&c.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.

Principal—When
Due.

New York.
May, 1879
do
June, 1880 to '84
Boston, Merchants' Bank. Feb., 1885 to '94
New York.
March, '95 to 1900
do
Nov., 1910, 11,'12

$24b,000
46,000
151,000
348,000
529,000
242,000
118,000
500,000
400,000

do
do
do
do
do

March, 1876 to '94
Feb.,

Boston.

2,000,000
100,000

Augusta,
do

1876 to '89
1900

Balto., Farm. A Plan.
Balto., N. Mechanics'

7,300,546
5,000,000
2,211,068
410,353
555,566
185,723
5,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
500,000
891,646
137,414
800,000
2,000,000
1,000,000

do
do
do
do
Balto., Farm.

Bank.
Bank.

JiUy

Jan. 1, 1895
Jan. 1,1890
Jan. 1, 1886

A Plan. Bank

do
do
do

Bank.
Bank,

do
do
do

1902
1885

A

Bank,

do

1,015,300
200,000

Baltimore,Registcr's Office,
Balto., North. Central RR.
Balto., N. Mecbanica' Bank.

1858 to '72 100 Ac.
1874
1,000
500 Ac.
1875
1869
1,000
1869
1,000

156,000
100,000
375,000
1,000,000
814,000

£100 Ac

583,205
4,290,800
16,809,175
4,997,603
3,559,600

1853
1852 to '64
1864 to '76
1873
1869
1860 to '04
1861 to '00
1857 to '73
1862 to '76
1866 to '73

1,000
1,000

£100Ac
£100Ac
1,000
Various.

500 Ac.
1,000
Various.
Various.

1858
1,000
1863 to '71 1,000
1871
1872
£100 Ac
1868 to '70 1,000
1871 to '75 1,000
1871
1875 to '76
1876
1,000
1872 to '75 1,000
1871 to '74 1,000
1875 to '76 1,000
1859 to '61
1861
1857
1865
1867
1866
1865
1866
1867
1862
1867
1867
1867
1869
1870 & '76
1876
1860 to '73
.

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

do

Baltimore, Franklin Bank.

438,600
121,500
1,196,000
1,318,000

322,640
470,000
394,000
2,248,000
688,000
1,949,711

700,000
465,000
375,000
350,000
100,000
648,000
366,000
1,452,000

18'76to'87

Brooklyn,

138,000
213,000
90,000
552,000
302,000
283,000
249,000
298,000
326,000
190,000
230,000
589,000
278,000
427,000
4,250,000

l

8,016,000

April,
July,

1879 to '81
1891
1887
1885 to '94
1881
1876 to '90
1876 to '90
1876 to '90
1877 to '86
1876 to '96
1876 to '95
1870 to '90
1877
1879
1901 to '24
1907 to 1908

M

a

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

sq

i
ei

a

\-.h
•a

s

rt«
p,

o
3

O

191 5 to '24

with a single exception, the taxable valuation has shown an annual
increase. Mayor Cobb's message. January, 1876,
fives a net decrease of debt in 1875, amounting to

During the

305,579.

last forty years,

CV. 83, p. 61.)

.BnwKyn. —There
Guard bonds due
date^ January

are also $27,000 7 per cent. Nat.
1880-81. The Mayor's message,
made the whole city debt aa

1, 18'.6,

follows:

Permanent loans...

$36,063,000
3,462,736

Sinking funds
Balance

$33,600,363

Loans chargeable on specified property

Tax

certifltates

$9,437,680
283,136

$8,279,487
347,385

$9,731,016

$8,637,872

10,052,000
2,379,000

$85,031,a6a

Total
$11,3I9,.';87

.

1876-7.

$13,302,305
2,861,425

2,9*',900

—The

Mayor, stated that the debt chargeable on
taxation decreased in 1875 f 5,3tf, against on increase
of

Placing the tax to be paid to-the State at the same
as last year, the estimated tax warrants exhibit the
following result:
1875.

by t«»tion,.

1905
1894
1809

1876 to '96
1893
1899
Boston.
1874 to '85
1875 to '82
do
1876 to '93
do
do
1875 to '96
d<i
1875 to '88
do
1875 to '92
do
Oct., 1878
do
1 876 to '99
do
April, 1901
Oct., 1902
London, Baring Brothers.
1880 to '99
Boston.
1901 to 1905
do
Jan., 1901
do
do
Jan. A April, 1905
do
do
1902 to 1904
1901 to 1904
do
do
Oct., 1905

1875-6.

Jotftl

1,
1,

July, 1878

do
London, Baring Brothers.

for 1875-6;

City and County
State

1,

Jan.
April

Boston.

and nersonal, $222,7.32,400, against $2-34,upon which the rate of taxation ia $1270
per $1,000— $11 68 of this for city and $1 02 for State
Purposes, against a total of $13 70 per gl.COO in 1875.
'he total debt, both funded and unfunded, at the
close of the last fiscal year, April 30, 1876, was
$43,9 3,16.5, and the sinkiiigfunds, bonds, mortgages,
Ac., $16,880,387.
The sinking fund provisions are
sufiicieut to meet the debt as it matures. In March,
1876, Mr. Turner, city auditor, gave his estimates for
the revenue lequired for the coming financial year
1876-77, commencing May 1, 1876.
'This estimate is
based on an a?snniption of meeting the actual wants
of the municipality and avoiding the borrowing of
money for other than the water works, and extensive
and costly improvements; tlie tax per each $1,000
will be reduced from £*H 70 last year to $13 45 per
SI, OCO this year.
Ttie following is a comparison of
the appropriations granted by the City Council and
income to be received, compared with the estimates

Per centage.

July

Ix>ndon, Baring Brothers.

998,4tlO;

Income

1877 to '92
Jan. 1,1894

do
do

do
do

500 in 1875;

Appropriations

do

7,

At wlU.
July 1,1900
Feb. 1, 1894
Jan. 1,1902
April 9, 1900
Oct. 31, 1886
March 8, 1892
Jan 1, 1877
Jan. 1. '90 A 1900
Jan 1, 1895

Boston, Merchants' N. B'k,
Boston or Bangor.
Boston, Merch'ts' Nat. B'k,

100 Ac.

1884

1,

March

Baltimore, Register's Otlice.

do

July

April 15, 1900

Balto., N. Mechanics' Bank.
Balto., Farm.
Plan. Bank.
Balto., N. Mechanics'

1890

1,

At pleasure.
Sept. 1,1893
Sept. 1, 1893
Sept. 1, 1890

do
do
do
do

Balto., N. Mechanics'
Balto., Farm. A Plan.

473,900

1876 to '81

1895-'97
JiUy 1, 1876

1,000,000
103,000

500,000
1,375,000
117,000

—

Albany.

&c.
&c.
&0.
&c.
&o.

RR.

Renewal city debt, sterling
;
For city pm-poses, war debt. Ac

.

100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

RR

Water loau bonds, coup. (Act Feb. 22, 1875)
European A North American Raili'Oad
Bangor A Piscataquis Railroad
Boston

INTEEEST.
Where Payable and by
Whom.

Amount

par

8t 2", 1876.

anjr error dlseorered In tbeae Table*.

¥.—

If.

Albany

first

bj-

[Aug

1876

$9,731,016 CO
802,130 00

$8,527,873 00
74-2,9 » 00

$10,533,136 00

$9,970,801 00

$512,C«'.l in

and

',-4,

$3,590,531 in

$2,426,516 in
'71.

'73,

$1,591,411 in '72,

Population in 1S70, 396,200,

against 266,i)61 in 1860. Valuation of property in
King's Co. in 1875, by the State Board of Equalization
$2J0,557,.586 for real estate, and personal, $19,606,133;
they estimated the true value of real estate in
The Board of Supervisors
1874 as $426,893,740.
value the total taxable property of Brooklyn
1675 at $225,176,755, or about (i5 per cent of true
value. The debt of Kings C'ountv, separate from
the debt of Brooklj-n, is $3,936,ft 0. of which the
city is responsible for about $3,7:39,200. Average
tax rate in 1875. S3 41 ner $100. a2ninst $3 52 in
1874, (Wd $3 4« ia 1873, (V. 80, p. 6*0; V. 8«, P. 53».)

m

..
.

August

CITY SECURITIES.

26, 1876.]

Subaerlbers

ivIII

confer a xreat niTor br tclvlng immediate motlee of anr error dlseovered In tlieoe Tables

DESCRIPTION.

Date

par

For cxplanationa see notes on first page of tables.

Brooklyn— ( Continued)—
Prospect Park loan

outstanding.

value.

$1,217,000

7
6

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1,695,500
4,435.500
6IH.0O0

8cwoi*a;?e bonds, eontiniunis, local

Assessment fun<l bonds, continuous local
Central and Knickerbocker avcuno bonds
Boulevard bonds
Teninorary tax certittcates

1870
1873
1872 to '73

y—

Piinded debt bonds, v.irious pui-poses
Buffalo <fc Jamestown Kailroad
Uuffalo New York & Philadelphia Kallroail.

..

1853 to '73
1873 to '75
1871 to '73
1808 to '70
187«
187(i

17, 1875)

—

.1.

J.

842,0(K)

7
7
7
7

1853 to '54
1860

Various
Varitms
Various
Various

7

A
A
A

.1.

6

M.

7

J.

Municipal bonds
Municipal .-vnd Snhool bonds
South Park loan (secured on South. Div.)
West Chicago Park (secured on West. Div.)
Cook County debt

1,000
1,000

500 Ac.
. .

1870 to '72 I'.obo
1863 to '72 500 &c.

QUicimiatirTo build Eggleston avenue sower
B2
1868
Loans to Railroads
F, A, G, H, I A M 1842 to '54
Bonds to 0.& M. RR. to i)urchii80 whf. prop.N
1855
Bonds for erection of a Workhouse
1868

1.000
1,000
1,000

.

do
do

.

RR

1872
1874
1876
1874
1873

do
do

gold
Floating debt bonds, coupon

Water-works bonds
ot.)
et.)

Canal
Viaduct, street and bridge (,$300,000 6
School (.$274,000 are 6 p. ct.)

p. ct.)

House of Correction
Main sewers, special assessment
Street improvem'ts do
Bti'cet openings, »S:c. do

Public sewer bonds
Elaabelh, N. J.—

Improvcnion t bonds
l>onds

Market House bonds
Consolidation bonds
Bi0'alo.—'the funded debt, Jannary 1, 1876, was
t6.r45,'.l;9, and fl ating debt, jlSfli.OiS.
In 1875 re.a
and personal property were assessed at $.3'4,983,105;
in ]87(i rule of valuation changed anrl asscssmeut

was t

n,9)^,»05.
Buffal . also pays 7-10 (bi'ing
712,390) of Eric connty debt. City tax-rate. 1875.
35 55 on the $1,0(0.
In May. 187H, $13i,ttl0 7 per
cent ccrtiflcatfs nf debt, in pieces of go.'OO, Ac ,
were issued, due 1881. (V. 2J. p. 2.33, 5M V. a, p. 135.)
Charleston, S. 6'.—The bonds of Charleston are

r

:

mostly held within the State of South Csrolina.

The

total assessed value of property in 18:3 was
$47,978,991; rate of tax. 1! per cent. Sinking fands
reduce the total debt to |4,CTi,683.
Chieago.-'YhQ total funded debt at the close
of the year 1875 via.'- $13,157,0iX).
Certificates

indebted ess,
1

t4.(>41,096.

Assessed value of

real property, '71, *J58,S49,3;0; personal, $45,1,'55,S30
—total, $S03, 705, 140. Tax rate, 18 mills. The Illinois State valiiiition is $2*1,118,640, and the ci y
debt is limited t') 5 per cent of that. Of the
funded del)t, tl..W1.000 is on account of the

Water Works, which

last

&7

6

A

7 3-10
6
6
7 3-10
7 3-10
7 3-10
6
G
6
6
7 3-10
7 3-10
6

6(),0(M)

6

100,000
150,000
150,000
100,000

6
7 3-10
7 3-10
7 3-10

13(i,000

7 3-10
7

l,5O,0fK>

600,000
200,000
10,000,000
3,000,000
500,000
250,000

1,000

500 &c.
1,000
1,000

7
7
3-10
7
6

g.

7

6A

1,722,000

6

A

1855
1855
1859
1872

195.000
718,000
424,000
200,000

A

A

6

A

7

year yielded an income

of $730,144.

Question havins; arisen as to whether
were not an increase of debt, and therefore illegal, an ordicance was passed autliorizing
the Comptruller to make an endorsement thereon
that they "were issued upon the appropriations and
tax levies of the city." Some certificates went to
protest. See V. 12, p. 511.
.Assessed Value.
Tax
Year
Real Estate. Per. Estate. Rate
.„„
"W2
$31,587,51,5
$5,.')5i.:«X)
$15 00
1961
fi0,49.%118
19.447.9tt
SO 00
1S87
140,8.')7,040
51.39i,604
13 00
1868
174,50,),410
53,939,469
14 00
ISM
811.3 1,840
5),6i3,6«)
16 00
Jb70
2a,M!,(XK)
58,318,830
15 00
certificates

'

.

A

A J.
A J.
M. A N.
A. A O.
M. A N.
J. A D.
M. A N.
J. A J.
Various
M. A S.
M. A 8.
M. A S.
A. A O.
M. & S.
F. A A.
J. A D.
J. A J.
J. A J.
M. A N.
M. A N.

A

F.

A

A

A.
,

8:39.:.5).390
2ti8,909,tiail

49,103.175
4.5,155,830

"f5,n43,lj4)

A

Tax
Rate10
15
18
18

00
00
00
10

Population in 1870 was 336,605, and in October, 1871,
395,2^6, against 109,21)0 in 1,%0.
Cook Co. debt is all
7 per cent, and interest is all payable in J. & J., or in
M. A N. The So. Park, W. Chicago Park, and Lincoln Park loans are not debts of the city, but of
distinct corporations. (V. 81, p. 307; V. 22, p. 457,
'
514.)

to the issues above
several small amounts, as

a'idition

follows: $J5 roj (T.) 6c, due .Tuly, 1876; 8108.0^ 59.
November, 18<5; *E6.(.W) (YY2,
0.> (is, 1886-88;
$17,003 Os (<J.). Novemb r, 1890; $87,010 Os, (A.),
March, :>97.
B)' the census of 18:0 population
was 21.'',!>00, against 161,014 in 1800. Tax rate for
1875, $8J 82 per $1,000, again t $23 38 in 1871.
Sinking funds arc $4:^6.440. against $7,sai,000 of old
debt. The foilowini table from the books of the
Auditor of Hamilton Coimtv, t>hio, exhibits the
assessed valuation of the city of Cincinnati in the
year 1860 and from 18;0 to lfc74;

A

Rate tax

1871.
1872.
1873.
1871.
1C7S.

estate.
$6I.Bi.),90J
78,T3fi,4'e

$31, tl 1,812

123.427,883
119,821,856
181,479,8

56,914,044
55,46 ',410
61,166,460

13%9r6,8l5

—The city

will

tg

e..ttate.

.57.370,751

68,58',7.30
tlje

»ple

Total
valua'lon.
$9:i.0!2,7i6
I36.I07.2.36
1S0;3«I,932
17.5,084,291
185,615,740
181,9-.0,074
181 4!.8,5'i5

owner

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

New York.
New York and Coliumbus.

do

do

A.

per
$1,000.

$17 45
31 00

22 20
20 10
83 06
83 38
28 82
of the stock of the

A

O,

T. Co,

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

Various
Various

258,519,310

18'i').,

J.

Vario\is

1873
1814

Yenr.

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Various N. Y., Farmers' L.

Assessed Valnc.

Personal

1890
1873 to '89

Dee., 1878
1878 to '84
do
Nov., 1885
do
June, 1888
do
1888 A 1889
do
July, 1888
do
Jan., 1890
do
Nov., 1890
do
April 1, 1895
N. Y^., Am. Exchange Bank,
March, 1897
do
do
June, 1897
do
do
Nov., 1897
do
do
J.in., 1900
do
do
June A Oct., 1900
do
do
March, 1908
Cincinnati.
Sept., 1899
N. Y., Am. Exeh. Nat. Bk.
Sept., 1899
do
do
Oct., 1899
do
do
March 1, 1886
do
do
Aug. 15, 1886
do
do
Dec. 1, 1891
do
do
July 1, 1902
do
do
1902
do
do
May 1, 1906
New Y'ork or T.,ondon.
May 15, 1904
N. Y., Am. Exch. Nat. B'k.

Various N. Y., Metropolitan N. Bk,
Various
do
do
Various N. Y., Metropolitan N. Bk,

1..500,000

Real

1880 to '95
1890 to '95
July, 1895
1881 to '99
1874 to '79

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Varions
Various
Various

2,969,000
763,000
90,000
80,000

named, there remain

July 1, '82 to '06
July 1,1880

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Am. Exchange Bank

N. Y.,

J.

Vario\i8

11*72

Cinrfnnart.— In

D.

Various

Various

Real Estate. Per. Estate.
$«i),89S,650 $58,8l\f20

1871

J.

J.
J.

187&-'81

1,

1877 to '82

Boston,

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Various
M. AN.

J.

7

684,000
272,500

.

New York and

1926
1896
1936

1875 to '98
1883 to '81
1890

do

J

1,

July

do

New York City.

Various
Various

125,400
1,201,000

Year.

J.

AD.

J.

J.

7

329,000
243,800

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
l.OOO

do

to

Jnly

I*iior to

,

7

6

6KS,3(.>0

to '.59
to 75
to '71
to '74

1878

Y., Gallatin N. Bk.
Buffalo A New York.

Various N. Y. Am. Excb. Nat. B'k,
do
Various
do
do
Various
do

7
7

7
7

315,(K(0

1856 to '72 1,000
1866 to '71 100 &c.

1893tol8g.'i
1881 to 1893

7

1,.573,000

1854 to '75
1854 to '74
1872 to '74
1874 to '75
1873 to '75
1864 to '71
1868
1860 to '74

1876 to 1895

N.

J.

A
A
A
A
A
A
A

and New York.

Various N. Y., Metropolitan Bank.

175,(K)0

1,(X>0

1869 to '74
1870 to '75
1872 to '73
1865 to '66
1875

School House bonds

of

7
7
7

1,393,000
830,600

Subscriptions to various railroa<i stocks
Bon<ls for funding and other purjtoses
Detr<Ht, Mich.Bonds for various City purposes
Bonds for Wat«r Work Co., on city's credit..
Public Building stock (City Hall) bonds

<lcl )t

6

500,000
250,000

Ootumbus, Oa. —

FiuidtHl

7

397,5(H)
14(!,500

Clet eland—

Wat«r works ($100,000 arc 6 p.
Funded debt ($225,000 are 6 p.
Lake View Park

7

300.000
100.000
99,000
195,000

. .

Cincinnati Southern

6

'JlO.ftOO
2,-.( 1,000

1 ,()(M)

1H80
1875
1876-7

,

Charleston.

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

6

7

150,000
1,075.000

Bonds for Water Works
C-iSi.VA
1,000
1808
Bonds for Common School pui'poscs
P2
1,(X)0
1888
Bonds U^v Couiuion School purposes
P 1800 to '61 1,000
Bonds to O. & -M. RK. to purchivse whf prop. N
1855
1.000
Bonds for cxt. and impr. Water W. .C, D. & £ 1847 to '.lO 500 &c,
Bonds for funding ilo.ating debt
A2 1847 to '48 500 &c
Bonds for new Hospital
8
1807
1.000
Bonds for new Hosiiital
S2
1868
1 ,000
L
Bonds for fundluK floating debt
1853
1 ,(M)0
Extension .and improve. Water Works. K iSiF
18.53
1,000
Bunds to purchase Orp'n Asyl. gids. for park.O
1858
1,000
Bonds fm' sewerage
R
1869
1,000
Bonds for improving Oilbert avenue
U
1869
1,000
Bonds to build K^^glcston avenue sewer
B3
1869
1,000
Bonds for imt>rovcnicnt bonds
W
1871
1,000
Bonds frtr Water Work purposes
C4
1871
1,(X)0
General improvement
W2
1871
1,000

3 year* from date.
3 yean from date.

fc.

and New York.
do
do

Various

87,000
2,550,000
2,621,000
100,000
3,423,000
2,000,000
640,600
3,081,500

500 Ao.

s = S
ff « P
* at

Buffalo

J.

J.

916,000

1,000
1,000

1881 to 1908

Buffalo.

BuflTalo

8.

7
7

3,G(iO,000

.500,Ac,

do

do
do
do
do
do
do

J.

6

Chieoffo

Water loan
do
Sewerage bonds
do
River improvement bonds

1916 to '24

BrookljTi.

Q.-J.

6

4,119,093
51,500
297,700
28 1 ,500

.

,1.

duo.

7

2,209,250
1,000,000
750,000
2,779,382
100,000
100.000
199,193

i',6bo

.1.

7
7

2,379,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

M.
J.
J.

FriBCipal— w bon

wiiora.

& 3
A N
A J
A J
A J
A J,
A J
A J

J.

7
7

i,:ii»!),ooo

1870

City stock
City bonds, coupon
Fire loan bonds, coupon
Convcrsitui bon<lH, to redeem past due debt.

payable

G

3I9,lKKl
n,66<i,000

INTEREST.
Where payable and by

When

Rate.

1860 to '72 $1,000
1872
1,000
1857 to '72 1,000
1872 to '75 1,000

Dedcioncy huuds
Permanent water loan
do
do

Water works bonds
Water bonds, coni>on
Park bonds (Act May
Tax loan bonds
Charlcslun, S. V.—

Amount

Size or

of

bonds.

Sitffdlo, N.

IX

1878
1876
1887
1894
1893
1876

to '95
to '94
to '92
to '95
to '95
to '88
1878, '83 A '84
1876 to '92
1876 to '84
1876 to '85

1876 to '95
1876 to '89
187(!to'89

1876 to 1905
1879 to '91
1892 to '94

1870 to '85
1880 to '93
1881 to '93
1876 to '86
1885 to '93

Cincinnati Sonthem Railroad, in order not to violate the law pr.ihibiting cities. Ac, from giving uid
in building railroads, Ac.
(V. 80, p. 14; V. 21, p
511; V. 82, p. 809.)

Ckvd-incl.—T\ie total valuation of property foi
taxation is $T3,.30.5.877 and tax rate 18 15-!i.i mill", of

which

6

i«

mills are levied for interest

and sinking

fund, January, 1876. amounted
to Jl. 700,000. market vaine. The sewer, street improvement and street opening bonds are for special

The sinking

fund.

local

improvements, and redeemed by nssesements

on the property

benefitted.

Columb'M. Ga.— The total debt is $532,500, and
the annual interest required about $t0.(HXl. Bonds
are all coupon, and were issued in small amounts
as.nwi fall due each year. C.ty holds
as wanted
some stocks and other property. Valuation of real
;

estate, 1873, $3,92,3,575.

Detroit,

Mich.— The popniaticn

in 1S70

was

7D.601 J

In 1874, by State census, 101,083.
The value of
waterworks is $1 .5a9.t>88, against a debt of $1 100,000.
The water works bonds are issued on a pledge
of the city credit, and $75,000 per year colAslected in taxes to pay inteiest on them.
,

estate, fJ0,a25,875;
viiiuatiou,
1875. real
personal, $7,448,7,55-total, $27,774,630; true value
per
Tax rate, $3
esUmated at $98,5'«,100.
$100.
Elizalxth. K. J'— Total debt of the city of Elieabeih AllL'^l^t 1, 1S75, was stated at $5,<00,000, as follows: General debt, $950,000; assessment debt,
The sinking fund has to its credit
$4,4,50,000.
$900,000. Valtwtion of real and personal property,
$:i2,00',().'iO; nss«!8sed valnation, $16,O,'O,0i>0.
Tax
rate is $2 IK! within the lamp and water district, and
$8 18 outside, Popalati.in lo 1875, 83,000,

sessed

»

f
.

.

OITY SEOURITIES.
Snbsertbera

tvlll

[Argust 20,

1876*.

confer a sreat davor by giving: tiuiuedlate notice of any error dlncorcred In these Tables.

DESCRIPTION.

Date

Size or

of

For explanations see notes on

first

page of tables

Qalveslnn, Texas
Bonds for harbor ImproTcment
City park bends (purcliaso of block 321)
Bonds for various purposes
Galvesliiu County bonds, G. C. & 8. F. RE.

—

I

par

Bonds.

Amount
outstanding.

Vail
Paluo.

1869 to '74
1873
1860 to '74
1876

. .

Bate.

$71..500

1869 to '70
1873
1874
1874
1875
1874
1873

When

145,000
300,000
300,000
300,000
200,000
100,500
100,000

10

35,000

g.

10
10

500,000

Principal— When
Due.

1

Payable!

WTiom.

&

J.

Galveston.

S.

do
do

J.

M.

8

766,.->00

INTEREST.
Whore Payable and by

A
&

Various
J.

issoto'87
1392 to 1902
1874 to '93
1901

New York.

J.

Indianapolts

Bonds

to railroads
X<oan bonds, series

Loan bonds,
do
Loan bonds

scries

do

A

B
O

Furchase-nioncy bonds—Southern Park
School bonds— By Board of School Coinm'rs.
Jersey City—
Water loan bonds, mostly coupon

.

do
do
Forty-year bonds
Improvement bonds
do
do
Morgan street dock
City bonds, coupon
Fimded debt bonds
Hudson City bonds
Bergen school loan bonds
do
sewerage bonds
improvement and water bonds
do
bounty loan
do
GrcenvlUs street improvement bonds
Ten-year bonds, coupon or registered
LouistUle, Ky.
For Jedersonrille Railroad stock
do

500
1,000

to '67
to '73

1852
1,000
1869
1.000
1873
1,000
1871
500 &c.
1872 to '74 1,000
1870
1,000
Various.

1,(X)0

1872

1,000
Various

Various.

1869
1869
1869

l,000<fec

l,0OO&e
l,000&c
Various
500 &c.

Various.
Various.

1876

—

Subscription to stock of L.

500
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1852
1854
1857 to '67
1873
1866 to '67
1873
1871 to '73
1853 to '70
1868
1871
1868 & '73

& N. RR

Water works
do
For improvement

of streets
Be-constructing street
Public buildings and institutions
Public school and school houses

Sewer bonds
do
Elizabeth &P. Railroad
Wharf property

'54,'62,3,8

bonds

7-3
7-3
7-3
7-3
7-3

8
6
7

7
7

7
7

7
6
6

6
7

76.000
201.000
600.000
650,000
231,000
81.000
425,000
1,993,000
352,000
136,000
90,000
614,000
500,000
107,000
3.50,000

1,508,000

787,500
2,302,000
341,000
70,000
300,000

,r.

6

7

7
6

6
7

.1.

7
6
6

6
7

7
7
7
6
6
6

7

J.

356,832
243,000
100,000
429,000
1,171,000

5

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

539,209
232,400
329,000
750,000
349,000
363,500
300,000

5

Milwaulee—
1861
1871
1876
1872
1872

Re-adjnstmcnt bonds
General city bonds
do
do

Water bonds, coupon
registered
do

—

Mobile
City debt A, B, C (payable annually till 1891)
City debt D, E, F (payable annually till 1886)
Bonds to Mobile & Great Northern Railroad..
Bonds to Mobile & Al. Grand Trunk RR. .

Wharf bonds
City funded debt
To Mobile & Northwestern Railroad

New

funding bonds
^'ashvillc, Tenn, —
Nashville & Chattanooga Railroad
Various city Ijonds

500 &c

1866
1866
1859
1870
1870
1871
1871
1875

100<fec.

1,000
1,000
1,000
10,000

100 Ac,
1,000
1,000
1,000

500

1849
1866 to '76

&c.

315.000

1,000
1,000

1,005,000

Keaark—
Bonds, various city purposes

(s.

War bonds,

(s.

tloatiug debt, &c.

Public school bonds
Clinton Hill bonds, coup.

& rog.

Sewer and improvement bonds
Aqueduct Board bonds
Tax arrearage bonds

fund of 1869)
fund of 1864)
(s. fd. 3 p. c.)
(local liens). .

do
do

do
do

>
)

1.000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1875

$650,000 applicable
yearly to interest and<
principal
(

1852
1852
1852
1854-35

Rillro-id debt
GalvesiO". Texa'.— The total city debt is *87.3,000,
of which all aro 10 per ct. currency except |l06,5G0

—

iTuHiriOpnlis
The assessment of taxable property in 1874 was $67,301, '>46; taxes for that year,
Total debt
510,026, or a levy of $1 35 per $100.

fcne :J0, 185, was $1,455,000. The School Board is
a distinct organization from the city, created by a
aeparate act of the Legislature; levies its own tax,
which is collected by the City "Treasarer. The city
warrants are discoanted when sold. The floating
debt of this character, Jan. 1, 1875, was $400,000,
payable during this year.
Jersey City,— The total bonded debt of the city,
April 1, 1875, was stated nt $U,a47,50n, as follows:
General, $3,.558,000
ass msmont debt, $6,06 ',500;
water debt, 84,62«,00i1. The sink's fund was $5-25,565.
Assessed valuation, including railroad property, in
1875, $88,49fl,8a5, on which the tax rate was $3 00
per $100 on $88,496,855, and 1 per cent on raUroad
property assessed at $1 ,000,000. Population by Stata
census in 1875 was 116,883. against 85,000 by U. S.
census of 187A (V. ii, p. 521.)
;

LoulstiUe.—The funded debt, January

378,000
1,890,000
500,000

4,042,000
209,000
140,000
2.379,000

400,000
2,500,000
3,030,000
400,000

1876

ifew Orleans—

Consolidated debt)

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1,

1876,

^xclneive of railroad loans, was $S,.'13(1.000, against
Janii ry 1, 1875. Of the $8,3.30,001 there
_$-<,5O4,0
is payable out of the eintdng fund $3,705, 0()0; payable by special tax, $4,fi25,(J00. Assets of the sinking fund, .Tan. I, 1875, were $3,180,625. Population
by centns of 1870 was 100,730, against 68,033 in 1860;
now ostlmitcd upon the basis of 7 to « voter makes
1*20,000,
Assessed value of property, about $79,000,000. Real value, $100,000,0 0.
Rate of taxation
for all city purposes in 1875 is— Eastern i^istrict,
$2 27 on $100; Western Di'trict. $2 83; State tax,
45c. The following flguresgive the assessed property valuation for the past six years. For 1888, $5!t,-

&"j.

&

7

7
7
8

8
8
8
8

!«•

Mobile,

July 1,
nominal

1876,

was

$1.9;0.9a.

and

there

debt

were

(unpaid taxes, &c ) to balance
In 1874 the policy was adopted
of receiving proposals for the sale of past due
coupons, so far as the funds in hand permitted. The
City Council declared the funding and paving bonds
issued by Mayors Leftwich and Lofland 1867-8-9 to
have been issued illegally, but allowed the coupons
to be receivet^, pro rata, according to the amount
realized by the city for the bond-; but a decision
of Tenn. Supreme Court, December, 1875, was
ag linst the citv on this point. Assessed valuation,
$32,000,000. Tax rate, $2 per $100. Population i n
assets

this of $1,?4',011.

1870, 40,2-30.

(V. 21, p. 186, 570.)

—

Milwaukee, The city cannot issue debt b?yond 5
per cent of ils average assessed value for five years,
which 13 $43 545,000; in 187f, valuation was $.38,743,42i real, and $14,931,763 personal property; tax rate
in 1875, 2^.(>4 mills. Sink! g funds are provided for
all the lionds.
There is also about $180,000 scrip
issued to settle old railroaa bonds. Population by
State census, 1875, 101,000. (V. 17, p. 187, 628. 691.)

Mobile.—The valuation

of

property in

18T6 is

real estate and $5,377,716 personal
Interest has
property: tax rate, IX per cent.
default since July, 1873. A settlement witli
been

$12,89),825

m

Bank

Junel, 1686
April, 1882
April, 1883

1SS7, '89, 91

March

bondholders was offered by Commissioners in New
York, Sept., 1875, viz.: $M0 in 6 per cent bond for
$1,000 of the old 8 per cent. The 5 icrcent bonds
have a lieu ou city revenue, and exchange for these

1883

1.

1886,' 96, '97

1903
1891. '92 & 1903
1883 to '89
July, 1898
June, 1901
1888 & 1903
1878 to 1898
Oct. 1, 1898
1889
1880, '94 & 1901
Sept., 1891
Feb. 1,1880
July, 1901 & 1903
1881 to '93
July

1.

1873 to 1902
1873 to 1900
Nov., 1900

June

1,

1891

of Mobile.

1875 to '91
1875 to '86
1885
July, 1899
Nov., 1895
Till 1901
1901

do
do
Merchants' N. Bank.

N. Y.,
Mobile, City Treasury.

do

do

N. Y., Merchants' N. Bank.
Mobile, Mob. Savings Bank

1.
1.
1,

1896
1902
1902

1875-77-79
1876 to '94

do

do
do

Various
Various

total floating

,

Various.
Various.

do
do

1876 to '93
1878 to '91
April, 1888, to'

91
July 1, 1895
1879 to '93

1876 & 1892
1886

1, 1892
1, 1892
1892
1874-5 & 1894

July

May

is offered at 75 per cent of their face in the new 6
per cents. This has been accepted to a considerable extent, but no report yet given. Population

about

The

1896

1,

Various.
Jan., '98 to 1900
July, 1889
July 1 1879 & '89

Jan.
Jan.

Newark, City Treasury,
do
do

ilemphis, 71?nn.— The city has been in default for
1, 1873.

Various.

July

New York,

425,974; for 1869, $6.3,584.091; for 1870, $70,806,712;
for 1871, $76,845,995; for 1872, $77,156,642; for 1873,
tr7,225,3r2.

interest since Jun.

1877 to '95
1899 to 1913
July 1, 1913
May, 1891
1892 to '94
June 8, 1900

June

do
do
& O.
J. & J. Newark Meoh. Nat. Bank.
do
do
M. & S.
do
do
Various
do
do
F. & A
New Orleans,
J. & J
do
M. & N.

6

Oct.
Jan.,

Jan. 1,1901

A.

6
6
6

1893
1894
1894
1895
1899
1878

1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

Various
Various

7
7

7
7
7
7
7

July
July
July
July
Jan.

July, 1872

Various
Various

6
6

Jan. 1.1889, to '90

Charleston, S. C.

D. Milw. and N. Y., A. Goettel.

& J.
& D.
& J,
& J.
J. & J.
J. & J.
J. & J
J. & J.
M. & N.
J. & J.
J. & J.
M. & N

7

6&
6&

,

.1.

7

7
7
7
7
7

1,3.50,000

<^[

.1.

7

6i

& J.
do
J.
do
do
& J.
do
do
do
J. & J.
do
do
J. & J.
do
do
A. & O.
& J. N. Y. Merch. Ex. N. Bank,
Various
do
do
& J.
do
do
M. & N.
do
do
Various
do
do
& J.
do
do
Various
do
do
do
do
J. & J
Various
do
do
do
do
J. & J.
do
do
J. & J.
do
J. & J.
do
Various
do
do
J. & J.
do
do
J. &D.
do
do
A. & O. N. Y., Mercantile N. Bank,
A. & O.
do
do
Various N. Y., Bank of America.
M. & H.
do
do
Various
lyonisville.
J. & J.
N. Y., Bank of America,
Various
do
do
Various New York and Ijouisville.
& J. Louisville, City Treasurer,
J. & D.
N. Y., Bank of America,
Various
do
do
Various Louisville and New York,
A. & O.
do
do
do
do
J. & D.
Various
do
do
M. & 8
N. Y., Bank of America,
F. & A
do
do
do
do
J. & J
Various New York and Louisville.
Memphis.
J. & J.
N. Y., P. M. Myers & Co.
J. & J.
M. & N.
do
do
J.

J.

.1.

7

149,000
404,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1868
1869
For old liabilities
1870 to '74
do
do
1871
Louisville, New Albany & St. L. Air Line RR.
1871
Change of gauge, Louisv., Cin. & licx. RR.
1871 to '73
do
do
Road i>ed
1851 to '63
City bonds payable by railroads
Memphis, Tenn.—
1867 to '68
School and paving bonds
1867, '8, '9 500&0
Post bonds
1870
Funding loan, gold
1,000
Mississippi River Railroad bonds
i857
Endorsement Memphis & Little Rook RR..
1,000
Jail

1,418,000
3,109,800
622,000
1,806,000
3,433,000
123,000
921,000
500,000
171,050
150,000
400.000
152.000
103.000
249.000
150,000

City Treasury.
N. Y., Wiiislow, L. & Co.

Jan.

(V.

38.000.

-.0,

p. 302.)

Nashville, Tenn.-At the close of the fiscal year,
Sept. 30, 1875, there were $131,100 of past due bonds

The total debt was
$1,737,2 2. Assessed valuation of all property, atout
$13,625,775; tax rate, 1875, 2 per cent.

and $136 4)0 unpaid coupons.

Newark.

—The bonds

in the first line in the table

are payable out of the sinking fund of 1869, which
amounts to $:135,368; those in second line out of
sinking fund of 1864, $8 2,757; public school bonds
outof public school fund, $89,034; Clinton Hillbon(fh
by sinking fund, $2i,22I, against local improvement bonds the city holds $a, 568,08 of assessments
1

lien on the property. Temporary loan
bonds, Jan. 1, 1876, were $767,750. Valuation of
real and personal property, 1876, $96 218,000. Tax
rate for all purposes, 187H, $1 90 per $10", against
$1 98 in 1875. Population in 1870, 105,059.

unpaid and a

Ortean^.— Interest was in default December,
but coupons then due were paid May 15. 1875.
The total funded debt, April, 1876, was $40,872,332;
certificates, coupons unpaid,' &c., $671,781; other

New

1874.

The

floating debt, $1,11.5,325.

property

is

$98,46:J,26;)

assessed valuation of

real e-tate,

and

$2<i,118.833

personal. State lax, 14X mills; city tax, 25 mills;
total tax, 39X. A scheme for settling the debt by
a bond premium drawing plan is in practice, and
drawings take place Jan. 31, April 15, July 31. and
Oct. 15. The ])remium bonds exchanged for others
and outstanding. A|:ril 1.-. 1876. were »6,667.300.
Popclation in 1870, 191,4:8; 'n 1860, 1:18,670. (V. 21,
p. 64, 86, 159, 218, 511, 613;
p. 2.^, 135.)

V.

22, p. 471, 615;

V.

23,

—
/ugtJBt

CITY SECURITIES.

1876.]

2-<,

Sab««rlbers

wrlll

eonrer a creat fhvor br kItIok limmediate notice of »aj error Alacorered In these Table*.
Date of

For explauatlous 8cc uotee ou

flrut

Size or

par

outstanding.

page of tables.

Value.

Neic Orleans— ( Conlituiedj—

1869
1869
1870

Waterworks loiiu of 16G9
80VCU i)cr ceut fiuidlng loau of 1869
do
do
1870
Jcffcrsmi City (dcl)t n88ume<l)
Whiiif linpr. Iiuuda (UHxiuiied
8tre<'t lnii>rn\-ciueiit bonds.

•57, 'O?,'?©

by

lessees)

1870

1,000
1871
1,000
1872
OouKolidated Kold bouds (geueral series)
1,000
187'J
do
do
(drainage series)
Various,
1871
Ton per ccut bonds, deficit aud old claim
CarroUton fuudiii^ aud iiiipruveiiieut bouds.. 1871 to '72
Now premium bouds (iu cxeliauge)
JVcw Twfr
1841 to '63 100 4c.
Water stock

do
Crotou water stock
New Crotou Aqueduct stock
Additional uiw Crotou Aqueduct
Crotou water main stock
Crotou Reservoir boiuls
Croton Ayueduct Ixuids
Croton water pipe bouds.
Central Park luud stock.
do
do
Central Park improvement fund stock
Dock bouds
Floating debt fund stock

Market stock
City Ccmet«ry stock
City improvem't st'k (part red'mable after '96)

1870
1845 to '60
1865
1870 to '72
1871 to '72
1865 to '72
1867 to '70
1869
1853 to '57
1853 to '57
1857 to '65
1870
1860
1865 & '68
1869

do

Lunatic Asylum stock

1869

Fire depart nuMit stock
Fire tcleKrapU bouds

Tax

relief

do

1869
1870

bouds
do coupon

N.Y. Bridge b'ds ($300,000 red. after Juiy,'90)
Accumulated debt bouds
Street improvement bouds
Street opeuius aud improvement bonds
Volunteer soldiers family aid fund bonds
Ninth district court bouse bouds
Consolidated Block, coupon
I>epartmeut of Parks improvement bonds

Assessment bonds
City parks improvement fund stock
Normal school fund stock
Public school building fimd stock
Additional Crotou water stock
Sewer repair stock

1S03
187i
1871
1871
1871
1871
1872
1874

Consolidated stock
do
(redeemable after July '96)
of Art and Natural History stock
1873
Liquidation of claims and judgments
1873
Improvement of Third avenue— 23d ward
1874
Third district court house bonds
1874
County court house stock
1802 to '68
(10
do
No. 3
1871
do
do
No. 4&5
1872

Museum

Soldiers' bounty fund bonds
Soldiers' subs, and relief red. bonds
Soldiers bounty fuud bonis, No. 3
Soldiers' bounty fuud red. Ijondd, No. 2
Riot damages red. bonds

100 &c.
100 &c,
100 &c.
100 &c.
100 &e.
100 &e.
100 <tc.
100 &c.
100 ic.
100 die.
100 <tc.
100 &C.
100 &c.
100 Ac.
100 <&o.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
5(X» Ac.

100
100
100
100
100
100
500
100
100
100
100
100
100
100

Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ae.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.
Ac.

100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ae.

1864
1864
1SG5
1805

100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
186-1
100 Ac.
do
indemnity bonds
1864 to '72 100 Ac.
Assessment fimd stock
1868 to '72 100 Ac.
do
do
1873
100 Ac.
do
do
1874
100 Ae.
do
do
1875
100 Ac.
Repairs to buildings stock
1870
100 Ae.
Cousolidated stock, coupon
1871 to '72 500 Ae.
Accumulated dcljt bonds
1869 to '70 100 Ac.
N. Y. and WestchCHter Co. improvement bonds
1870
Consolidated stock
1874
For State sinking fund datlcieuey
1874
Debt of Westchester towns annexed
Norfolk, Fa.—
Registered stock
100
Coupon bouds
1874
100
do
1870
100
do
trust fund
1872
100
do
paving
1873
100
do
water (a mort. on water works.)
1871
100

$1,138,600
1,964,800
1,351,050
175,000
590,000
133,000
911,000
540,000
67O,K50
25,925
7,210,620

Rate.

Wben

A J.
A 8.
& D.
VurioHs
A D.
F. A A.

Bondslssued prior to consolidation
do for raiU'oad stock subsidy subscript'ns
1855
do for water works
1855 to '71

yew York aty.—The total debt of New York
1, ls76, was
$144 5«,02J; the amount of
sinking funds Ja7,71S..307. The following suitement
shows the dciails of funded debt, and the amount
in the city tinkiug fund at the dates named:
Jan. 1,'74. Jan. 1, '15. Jan 1, "76.
Description.
t
S
t
Fundeddel)t
99,49S,219 I18,24I,M7 I]9,a5«,!l03
Sinking funds... 24,8.32,617
26,015,778
27,748,307
Net debt
74,8.'>9,003
»1,62.5,7T9
91,.'i08,f96
Temporary debt.. 21,927.37* 20.854,700 21,3*i.2.)0
Revenue bonds.
9,790.978
2.707..V)0
4,142,9-25
The population of New York by the V. S. census
in 1870 was 923.531, against 8)5,638 in 18fK).
Since
.

.

Jan. 1, 1861, the valuation of property, the rate of
taxation, and the net amount of funded debt have
been ae follows:
^Ratetaxp.
Net

Real
Year, estate.

Personal
estate.

1861. .406,9.55,665 174,6*1,;
174,651,306 .3 62
1862.. 399,656,401 172,416,1131 3 87
186.3..402,187,382 191,967,161 4 i7
i

18«4..410,T74,435 241.920,505 5 31
1865..427,360,8'14 18;.4-M.471 4 96
lS«6..47-i,994,fl34 2.57.994,974 3 91

1867..556,4I7,06i 276.389,151 4 67
1868..623,-i8«,5.55 285 199,972 6 13
1!>69..88),18:3,918 S8i;i42,696 2 72

1870..742,103,075 305,881,874
]871..7ti9,3 «,25n 306,947 ,2:i3
18T2..7»7,148,665 306.919,422
1873..836,6'l3,38(l 292,597,643

2 70
4 43
5 20
5 41

1874..881.M7.995 27^2.4S1.181 6 95
]875..88S,643,545

879

21s3ao,lM

Funded

$1,000.^
State.

debi.

City.
16 36
13 45

r
1

20,087,301
21.69.5,.506

08
26,185,190
_
29 5 .33.769,601
94 3 35,973,597
06 2 3:1,6.54,683
22 03 t- 32,914,421
-" •- - 35,983,617
70 17
19 98
47,791,810
19 80
* 73,373,552
90
88,369,386
31 81
95,!>8!,153
19 59 jl06,363;47l
21 05
115!l87 %9
16
17
_
24
19

n

.

S
S

I

^29 40^ 116,773 721
^aeoo-'i .,..
.

M.

.1.

A.

M.

A O.
AN.

1809
1804
1805
to 1897
1887
Dec. 1880
1. 1911
^Ilfy- 1, 1022
Jan.

Orleans.

July

New Orleans.

April

do

1802

905,637
490,000
450,000
399,300
6,349,800
5,200,000
2,748,000
296,000
75,000
896,200

1876, '87

A

'05

1901 to '5
1878
1804 A 1397
1888
1889 A 1926
1880. '02, 90
1889
1880
1884
1870
1890
1906 A 1920
1884 to '88

Nov.

8,156,'296

700,000
521,953
597,586
2,767,000
3,000,000
2.<KK),000

6,500,000
3,664,839
1,000,000
266.500
300,000
4,232,500
3,832,500
13,492,800
5,445,000
200,000
630,000
633,000
203.000
10,343.700
1,556,000
703,000
285,650
41.000
225.000
2,500,000
600,000

1,

1876, '77, '78, '88

1879 to '82
1876
1890
1901
Nov. 1,1876 to 'SO
Nov. 1,1 876 to '80
Dec. 23, 1901
Nov. 1, 1891
Nov. 1, 1891
Nov. 1, 1891
Nov. 1, 1882
1894 to '96
May 1 192C
1903
1876
Nov. 1, 1877
Nov. 1, 1890
1876 to '92
1884 to '88
1894 to '98
1883 to '90
18S0to'81
1895 to '97
1891
1877 to '79
1882
1887
1903
1876 to "78
1910
1884 to '83
1901
1884 to '88
1891
1896
1877 to '86
,

1.54,091

4,000,000
946.700

745,800
376,600
1,000,000
855,204
1,719,400

492,700
2.52.000

900.450
100.000
8,885,.500

6,000.000
30,000
1,080,200
3,899,493
1,500,000
J.
J.

M.
A.
J.

M.
J.
J.
J.

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

Farms, Morrisania and Kingsbridge, embracing
about 12,000 acres, were annexed to New York.

From the termination of the Tweed rer/tme in
1871 to January, 1S75, the gross increase in dt^bt was
33,252.(M9, and Comptroller Gn-en has claimed that
the old demands existing when he took office,
together with the bonds issued to pay deficiency in
State sinking fund, and for up-towu improvements,
aggregate more than this whole Increase. All unadjusted claims against the city Jan. 1875. were nominally $6,971,149, a large p-jrt of which the Comptroller claims to be fraudulent and has determined!}'
opposed. The outstanding assessment bon<ls (payable out of local assessments o;i property benefitted)
are represented by advances to contractors, advances on Boulevard work, and uncollected local
assessments.
Extract from Mayor's Message of
January, 1876. is given iu V. 23. p. 6t. (V. 20. p. 14,
29; V. 21, p. 86; V. 22, p. .503; V. *),p. 135, 160.)
,Vo;/o'i.— The bonds due April, 1892, are two
series— series 1st, issued to A M. & O, Kit. and
Kaleigh & Gaston UK.; seri-s 2fl, to priviiie parties.
Both series are secured by deed of tru-^t on city
property.
Coupons of 1st series are payable at
I'itizenf" Bank; conpons of 2d series at Pe 'ples'
National Bank. Tax rate, $1 60; water tax, 40 cts.,
(special): total rate, 2 per cent.
total

192'2

1881
1001

1887
1898

3,.341,071

6,940,741
1,725,000
6,500,000

1,
1,

A

1879 A 1880
Nov. 1, 1002
1883 to '90
1884
Aug. 1, 1900
Nov. 1, 1900
1907 to 1915
1007 to 1011
1880

2.50,000

500,000

1,

,

3,446.001
3,585,000

1,063,214
29,500
175,500
192,500
189.300

1,
1,

March
June

do
do
do
do
do
New York or Loudon.
do
do

2,420,700
500,000
2,900,000

The equalized valuations by Sate Board in 1875.
were $l.-20-',.V31,".80, of which 8933,050,199 was real
estate. The true value of real estate is estimated .'.t
»1.933,021.510.
By an act of 1874 the towns of West

PhUadeiphia.—'Dic

New

J.
J.

Prluclpal— When
Due.

Wliom.

Pay'ble

PliUadelpfiia—

January

INTEREST.
Where Pavabl* and by

Amount

Bonds.

DESCRIPTION.

do

xi

funded debt, January

1,

1876, was 835,655.691; guaranteed debt. 8">.3!l!l,400;
floating debl, $S,B'il,4:)2. Sinking fands, $10,030 3aci.
Tl)e net increase or debt in 1875 was only $J53,559.

J.
J.
S.

Norfolk, Treamirer's Office.

do
do

do
do

O. Norfolk, Cit. A Peop. Banks
J. Norfolk, Treasurer's Office.
N. New York, Park N. Bank.
J. FUila., Far.
J.
do
do
J.

A

Mech.'N. B'k

do
do

1878 to '85
1894
1 890
1S92
Julv, 1S03
May, 1901

Jan..
Sept..
April.

1870 to '85
1876 to 1903

Total disbursements of the city for 1875 were
$13,446,451, classified as follows: Judgments. Ac,
t.378,4-i'2; interest on city loan, $3,73£2i5; interest
on endorsed warrants, $lS6,89e; sinking funds,
$785,899 ; warrants of previous years, $.3.937, 117;

amount paid on loan warrants. $1 4".*I9; for the
erection of public buildings. $520,41-2; school fund,
J2.454; State tax on settlement, $5-1.5 5: cash for
The Comptroller's
the departments. $2,389,377.
statement to form a basis for taxation in 1876,
was issued Nov. 1, 1875, making total estimated
liabilities, $26,896,282 64.
Of this amount $9,296,202 was estimated to come
from other sources than taxe«. leaving $17,000,080 to
be raised by taxes, at a rale of $:W per $1,000 on fnll
however, were
citj' property.
'The.-e estimates,
materially reduced by the Councils, and the tax
The
rate was kept at $2 15 for full city prop->rty.
following table exhibits the assessed valuation and
tax rate in the city since 1870;
Real

Personal

Rale Tax

Estate.

Estate.

...
...
...

$170,851,800
491,814,096

...
...
...
...

518,2;4,5«8
589,003.602
565,849,093
583,408,703

$8,188,873
8,592.TS6
8.608,819
8,930.700
9,239,933
9.434,873
10,004,673

per tl.OOO
$18 00
18 OO
20 80
21 50
82 00
21 SO

Tear.
1870....
1871....
1872...
1873....
1874....
1875....
1876....

60'2,415.<«3

21 SO

Ther» Is ro large amount of city debt maturing In
the next five years. Assessed valuaiions for 1JT6 aret
Full city property. $i37,21.3.282; tax rate. $2 15;
suburban property, $38,031,673; tax rate, $1 46; farm
property, $-J0,lfi8,423; tax rate, $1 12X. Population,
1870, t74,0-2a, against 565,529 in 1860.

.

CITY SECURITIES.

xli

Subscribers

irlll

confer a sreat faror by cirlas Immediate notice of any error discovered

DESCRIPTION.
i<t)r explanations

see

[August 26, 1876.

iiotci*

ou

Size or

Amount

liar

bate, of
BoucIb.

first

outst<inding.

When

Whore Payable, and by

Pay'blc

6

185!) to '70
1868 to '70
1862 to '65
1860 to '70

A
A
A
A
A

$1,853,500
8,696,100
11,650,000
11,660,350
5,399,400

Water extension loan (coupon or registered/.. 1868 to '74
184.n to '7-2
Funded debt and other niuni<li)al bonds
Coniproniise niilroad bonds (coup, and reg.)..
1863
Bonds for iinpr. Peuu., &c. (local assessmeut). 1871 to '73

4,413,400
1,537,286
2,179,149
4,653,700

for

l)ri(lj;cs

do for park and Centennial
do for war and bounty purposes
do municipal, school, sewer, itc
Guaranteed debt, gas loans

FUUburgh—

—

Portland, Me.
Loan to Atlantic

&

„

I.awrcuco Railroad Co. •68,'69,'70 1,000
Rochester Railroad
1867 to '69 500 &c,

do Portland &
do
do
do
do Btiildlrig Ix>an Commissioners
do Portland & Ogdeusburg
Municipal proper

—
In aid Atlantic & St. Lawrence Railroad

?

Co J

Provitleuce, It. I.—
Ix>an to Hartford, Providence & FishMll
Bonds for public improvements

1872
1867 to '68 1,000
1872
1852-75 500 &c

RE.

Recruiting and bounty bonds
Water loan bonds, gold, coupon and reg

do
do

do
do
do
do
City Hall & sewer loan b'ds, sterling, cp. or reg
Prov. & SpringHeld RR. bonds, guaranteed...

Y.—
To Genesee Valley Railroad
To Roch. & State L. and R. N. & P. Railroads.
For various city improvements
Water works loan, coupon and registered
Funding loan

1855
1863
1872
1874
187(;

1875
1872

lOOO&c
lOOO&c
lOOO&c
lOOO&c
lOOO&c
lOOO&c
£100

6
6
6
6

7

J
i

A7
A5

A.

J. Phila., Far.
J.
do
J.
do
J.
de
J.
do

A O

A

Mech. N. B'k.
do
do
do
do

Pittsburg.

7

4

Various Pittsburg, Phila. A N. Y,
J. A J. New York, B'k of America
Various
Philadelphia.

6
6

6

787,000
700,000
450.000
570,000
1,350,000

St.

Principal— When
Due.

Whom.

Philadelphia— ( Cnutintied)—

Bonds

these Tables.

Rate.

Value.

page of tables.

lii

INTEREST.

J.

M.
J.

A

Boston, Foote A French. Nov., 1886,'87,'88
July, 18B7
Boston, Columbian Bank.
July 1, 1897
D. Bost., Blackstone Nat. B'k.
June, 1877

m'nthly

5

A.

A O

500,000
600,000
300,000
2,000,000
2,000,000

6
6

J.

5

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

A J
A S.
A J,

5

M.

A6g.

,500,000
1,400,000
1

5

S-

1893 to '98
1875 to 1 1 29
1913
1883 to '85

J.

375,500

5

1876 to 1905

N.

A
A

A6

2,230,300

1876 to 1903

A
A
A
A

Boston and Portland,
do
do

1907
1876 to '91
April, 1877

Providence.

J.
J.
J.
J.

Sept.,

Providence.

500,000

1876
1885

Jan.,

do

do
Boston, Prov. and London
N. Y., N. City Bank, A Prov.
do
do
London, Morton, Rose A Co

Jan., 1893
Jan., 1900
Jan., 1900
1, 1906
1, 1895
1892

July
July

Boehester, y.

San

—

1,000
lOOO&c.
Various
lOOO&c.

1875

172,000
750,000

J.

3,182,000
410,000

J.

548,000

Hospital bonds
House of Correction bonds

500
500
500
500
500
.500

500
500
500
1871 to '73 500
1874

,

Ac.
&c.
&c,
&o,
&c,
&c,
&c,
&c,
Ac,
Ac.

,

Toledo,

.

108,.500

484,500
377,000
250,000
197,000
246,000
385,000
475,000
210,000
150,000

l^7 g.
7g.
l^l^l^7 g.
§«•

198,000
64,500
937,500
368,800
117,000
349,500
534,000
500,000
400,000

7
7
7
7

431,500

6&7

1.50,000

7
10 A 6
10

299,400
500,000

6
6

g.

7
7
7
7
7

Water works
Short bonds, cliargcablo on special assossin'ts

Various N. Y., Nat. B'k Commerce.
M. A N
do
do
Various St. Joseph and New York.
J. A J N. Y., Nat. B'k Commerce.
Various N. Y., Nat.
Various
do
Various
do
Various
do

%'

F.

3,9.50,000
1,2.50,000

6

6

4.50,000

1,490,000
100,000

500,000
600,000
450.000
2„300,000
500,000
499,927
67,210
263,125
200,000
100,000
100,000

g.

I-

n

6g.
6g.

A.

A

J.
J.

do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do

New York and

O. N. Y., Nat. B'k

St.

A
A
A
A

Jan.

1,

1888

1877 to '78
Got. 1, 1883
July

1,

1894

Mayl, 1895
April 1,1881
Oct. 1, 1887
June 1,1882 to '90
1897 A 1904
Nov. 1, 1891
July 1, 1994

1878
1883
1888
1886
1879
June, 1890
Nov., 1900
Jan. 1 1902
July 1 1903
Feb.,
Nov.,
Dec.,
Feb.,
Nov.,

,

1880 to '89
Nov., 1889
1878 to '89
1891
1876 to '91
1876 to 1906
1879 to '86
1880 to '83
Aug., 1878
1876 to '89
1877 to '88

Louis. June, 1887, to '90
April 1, 1892
1891 to '93

Commerce

do
N.
New Y'ork or London.
do
N.
do
do
do
J.
D. N Y., Nat. B'k Commerce

Various

M.
M.

Bank Republic

1878 to 1903
1893
1876 to 1902
Jan. 1, 1903
1905

do

1, 1893
1, 1895
July 1, 1894
Dec. 10, 1892

Nov.

May

7

A J. N Y., Nat. Bk. Commerce
A J.
do
do
A J.
do
do
.M. A S.
do
do
do
do
2«- J. A D.
do
do
6 g. J. A J.
do
do
6 g. 'A. A O.
6g. jM. A N,
12 A 7 M. A N. St. Paul and New York.
M. A N,
do
do
7
Various N. Y., P. M. Myers A Co.
8
J. A D
6
6
J. A D, N. Y., Fanners' L. A Tr. Co.
7

6g.
7
7

J.
J.
J.

1877 to 1881
1878 to 1880
July 1, 1887
Sept. 1, 1888
Juno. 1892
1893 to 1805
April 1, 1905
May 1, 1895
1876 to '90
1876 to '86
1889, '90, '96

1888 A '98
190»

7

519,.500

1,000,000
728,000

&

Various
Various
J. A D.
A.

680,000
1,074.000
657,000
2,072,000
461,000
1,200,000

453,000
45,349
589,500
45,000
98,000

1873-'75

do

6
6
6
6

1870
1869 & '73
1867
1873 & '74

do

N. Y., Union Trust Co.

J.

2,010,000
1,260,000
106,000
337,000
346,000
914,000
1,219,000

'70,'71,'74

1859-'65
1859-'74

do

A J.
San Francisco,
Various
do
A. A O.
do
J. A J.
do
M. A N.
do
A. A O
do
A. A O.
do
J. A D.
do
J. A J.
do
M. A N.
do
J. A J.
do
F. & A. New York and Savannah,
M. A N.
do
do
J. A D.
do
do
J. A J.
do
do
M. A N,
do
do
J. A J,
do
do
M. A N.
do
do
J. A J,
do
do
J. A J.
do
do

O.—

General fund and deficiency bonds, coupon.
Toledo & Woodville Railroad, coupon
Various City pu'-poses, coupon
do
do
do
do
do
do
Floating debt, coupon

A

Metropolitan N. Bk,
Rochester.

New York and
do

Savannah, Oa.—
Confltruction of water works
1853
500
Improvement of Savannah River
1853
500
Savannah, Albany & Gulf Railroad
1853
500 Ac.
Funding coupons and other i)urpo808
1866
100 Ac.
Redemption of bonds
1869
1,000
do
do
1870
500
Bonds for citj' improvements
1870
1,000
Harbor, &c., nuprovements
1872
1,000
For floating indebtedness
1873
500 Ac,
B(. Joseph, Mo. —
Bonds to St. Joseph & Denver City RR., 1869. 1860 to '69
500
do
Missouri Valley Railroaid
1869
500
Bonds for various pui'poses
1858 to '69 100 Ac
Bridge bonds
1871
500
St Louis—
Renewal and floating debt bonds
1846 to '71 Various
Real estate, building.'! and general purposes.. 1840 to '68 Various
Street improvement bonds
1851 to'66i Various
Water work bonds (old)
1856 to '58; Various
Tower Grove Park bonds (gold)
1868
1,000
Sewer bonds
1855 to '691 1,000
Harbor and wharf bonds
1852 to '68; Various
New water work bonds (gold)
1867 to '70 1,000
do
do
do
1872
1,000
Renewal and sewer bonds (gold)
1871 to '73 1,000
Renewal purposes, gold or sterling
1873
1,000
Renewal and improvement bonds, gold..
1875
1,000
Renewal, &.C., bonds, gold or sterling, coupon.
1874
1,000
Bridge appro.-vcli bouds (gold)
1872
500
Ant icipat ion bonds
1876
1,000
St. Louis Couulu—
Renewal bonds, coupon
1867 to '71 1,000
Bunds to railroads, coupon
1853 to '55 1.000
Insane Asylum
1867
1,000
Comity Jail
1868
1,000
General luirposes, gold
1872
1,000
Renewal, gold
1873 to '75 1,000
Park bonds, coupon, gold
1875
1,000
Conuty bonds
1875
1,000
St. Paul, Minn. —
Revenue bonds
Various
Preferred bouds
Various
Various
8 per cent bonds
/4vke Superior & Mississippi Railroad
1868
500 Ac.
St. Paul & Chicago Railroad
1,000
Public Park (Coiiio.)

J. N. Y.,

J.

JfYaiiciseo

Bonds of 1858, coupon (gold)
1858
1862
San Francisco & St. Jose RR., coupon (gold)..
Judgment bonds, coupon (gold)
1863 to '64
Central Pacific Railroad, coupon (gold)
1864
Western Pacific Railroad,
do
do
1865
School bonds,
do
do
1866 to '67
Judgment bonds,
do
do
1867
School bonds
1870 to '72
Park improvement bonds
1872 to '75

A

A A.
Various

F.

1,065,0(>0

A O
A N,
A A

8
7-3

A.

6

F.

8

Various
Various

7
7-3
8

7

A8

M.

F.

A

A.

Various
Various

New

Yor'iT.

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

1876 bo '88
May, 1900
1877 to '84
1876 to '80
1878 to "79
Aug. 1, 1877
1893 A '94
1876 to '81

FUlsburgh.—Tiie total debt Feb. 1, 1875, was $13,533,819, iDcluding water loan and bonds, char^^eablc
on local ossesflmeiits. Cash valuation in 1874 Real

H, P. & P. Railroad bonds held. $500,000. Population by U. S. census, 137C, 6?,901
by State census,

property valued nominally at about $4,a.'n',600.
Assessed value of real estate, $11,000,000. Popula-

1875,

property, J170,4n,K.3; per-onal, only |;2,.38S,2 6,
according to Comptroller's report. Sinking funds,
Poimlatioa about 140,000,
t55:l.4l«.
Pm-Oanrt, Me..— The sinking fund March 31. 1876,
was 537,191. The city is protected by mortgages
on At. & St. Lawr. and on Portland & Rochester Railroads, and holds 7 143 share-! of Portland &
Ogdensburgh stock. Asscs.-^ed va ue of real estate
In 1873, was $17,-75,3-0; personal, $13,045,711. Tax
rate, $25 per $I,IOO. Population In 1870,31,413,
against 26.311 in 186'.
Provider,ce, II. L The principal debt of Providence
has been created since 1872 for water works. 1'he
floating debt at close of fiscal year Septemtier 30,

Rochester.— The bonds of Genesee Val. RR. loan.
$172 OOi), are provided for by not receipts from a
lease of said road to Erie RR. Co. after paying the
interest out of said receipts. Valuation of property

was $',020,-96, and funded debt, $6,797 250.
rbe a?ses?cd valuation of all property in 1875 was
$182,024,100 against $123,682.^00 iu 187). Rate of tix,
$14 50 per $1,000. The sinkini; fund for bonds due

Savannah, Ga. To provide for floating debt and
maturing liabilities in 1873 and 1874 $40:1,000 bonds
were issued and sold in Savannah realizing $321,7:10,
and leaving only about $136,277 of floating debt
Dec. £1, lS7f. The city owns real estate aad other

tion in 1870, 23,235, asainst 22,292 in 1860.
St. Joseph, .J/b.— Population iu 1870 was 19,565,
against 8,932 iu 1S60. A88es.sed valuaticn of property,
$11,000,000; rate of tax, -23 mills. (V.23. p. 13i, 175.)
St. £ou!».— Population by the U. S. census in 1870
was 310,861, against 160,773 in 1860. The oity and
county governments and finances are separate.
Total funded debt. Mar. 13, 1876, $16,31-',000. Floating debt, Oct., 187.^, was. $622,0(0 due Gas Light Co;
$;lvi0.000 Treasury waiTanfs; and $105,000 due sinkin^ fund. 'Taxable valuation of city property, 1875,
$160 126, 7iX); tax rate is 2 per cent. (V. 22, p. 513.>
St. Paul, i/inn.— Population in 1S70 was 20.0.30;
in 1875, by State census, 31,237. Ast^essed valuation
of taxable property, £13,191.285. or about one-flfth
of the actual value: tax rate, 14 mills. (V. 15, p. 626.
Toledo— VwudiA debt, Jan., 1876, $2,828,754; increase during 1S7'), $188 817. Debt payableby fpecial
assessments. $738,000. Taxable valuation of property, $19,798,580; taJC rate, $1 44 per $100.

:

—

1875,

In 1885, $410,674; sinking fuud-s of

1893, $149,978;

;

lfl0,8(.0.

about $62,000,000. Rate of tax, $1 .3!.
San Francisco.— 'Po\m\SLtion by the V.

S.

census

Real
of 1870 was 149.482, against .56,802 in 1860.
estate in the llscal year ending June 30, 18'.5, wa
assessed at $16i, 166,177; personal property at $101,763,*«7; sinking funds raised annually amount to
$J.34 500.
Tax rate, $1 5 per $100 for citv and
Total.
county, and .64 9-10 for State purposes.
•J.(;9 910.
All the values for San Francisco are given
^

In gold.

—

.

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

August 26,^876.]

zin

Sabacrlbers will cooler a sreat fBTor bf glTloc Immediate notice of anf error dieeovered la these Tables.
7<wnrf«— PrinolDE8CUIPTION.
INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
Miles Date Size, or
pal. When Due.
Amount Rate tier
of
Par
For explnnatioii of column licailingH, &c., see notus of
When When Payalilo, and by Slocks— Ijuit
Outstanding
on

AMmniH

lli'st paji^o

Road. Bonds

of tal>loH.

&

—

bo

reg...

5<K)

1871

021a 1871

02 "a 1874
1871
470 1809

2d mortgage, Income
Atfhisoii it Xebraska—lut mortgage
Atchisotit Topeka «t Santa Fe Ist niort., gold
l,and grant mortgage, gold (ou 3,000,000 acres)
Income boiidn

1,600

100

&c

1,0(M),000

500 '&c

1,200,000

1,000
1,000

400,000
3,750,000
7,041,000
3.374.000
475,000
3,050.000
502,000
475,000

1870

500 "&c
500 &c.

Couaol. bonds, gold

Notes
T>and Incoiiio bonds
Pottawattoinle bonds (contingout)
WIeliita A Soiitliweat. (leased) Ist M., gold, guar..
Atlanta <C liichmr>iti/ Air Aiac— Ist mortgage
Atlantait West /'oid^—Stock
Atlantic id Great IKfxteru—Stock (total ^0,000,000)
Preferred stock
Old l»t mortgage bonds, Ohio Division
1st general mortgage (4*1 8,000,000)

523,-500

2713 1872
2051a 1870
87

400
400
400

Southern Uoorgia &
do

do
Ohio—Stock,

1807

'58
58

2d mortgage

&

1871
1871
1857
1857
1808
1866

81

81
81

do
do
2d
do
South Side— Ist preforrod consolidated mortgage
do
2d
do
do
do
do
3(1
do
do
do
Virginia & Tennessee— Enlarged mortgage
(10
do
4th mortgage
do
do
Registor(Ml eertiflcates
do
do
Interest funding bonds

1869
328
328
328

it-

1808
1868
1871
1871
1871
1873

2!>3

293
293
35

'.

do

150
150
150

S«pa»n«/i— Stock

it

AMama

Cenlrit.

-In

1

<4

default since January, 1878.
new adjustnieut.

May

Chattanooga.— Roadi sold

!S7.i,

3,

for tl,-20n,(X)0, subject to lien of receiver's eertiflcates. Time to comply cxt tided to Sept. 1. 1876.
(V. 21, p. .38, m, 253, 3I«, 322, 511 V. 82, p. 61, 87,
13ft, 157, 5*.; V. 8!, p. i.9, BS, S5, 1 ;4.)
;

Albumj it Susi/uehanna.-ThU road was leased for
150 years from 1«70 to Delaware & Had-on Canal
Co, at 7 per cent per anmim, on stock and bonds.
Important change in tcnn* made in 1876. Conaol.
mortgage is for tlO,0,:0,(> 0, of which t:i,4E0,000 is
to retire old bonds, and balance; for a part of old
stock and to lessee for improvements, which up to
April, 18T8,

were

$l,i)78,6T2.

(V. 82, p.

89!»,

495; V.

23, p. 101.)

FaW^.— This road was embarra<^sed In
and compromised with creditors. The imsaltled debt Jan 1. 1876, was 86;«,lli(. Abstractor
AUegtiany

1874,

operations in 1875 in annual report, V. 88,

Alexandna

<* /V(.<fm;ilM*t/r7.— The

p.

3\t%.

Pennsylvania

Railroad holds $518,000 of the bonds and controls
the road. Loss on operation in 1873, $45,074.

Arkansas Central. Most of the bonds were sold in
London, where $800,00u of 2d mortgage bonds were
also hypothecated. Receiver appomtcd, March. 1876.
(V. «, p. 374.)
AsMabu'a, Youigntown

it

Pitts.— It

is

los«ed and

operated by Pennsylvania Co. at cost. Not eaniings
paid to lessor, but lessee guarantees interest on
Ist mortgage for
ave years.
Common stock,
$l,50>).0i)0;
$'14,156.

prererrcd, t400.000.

Al/Aison
September,

it

Net earnings,

1875,

was in default
and coupons funded. Gross eam-

Ae6>(iffai.— Interest

Inge, mrs, $870,9,5; net, $87i; unpaid coupons to
Jan., 1876, $750,000. Aunuul report V. 82, p.
j.

38

.5

7 or
7
7

30(i,000

157,000
458,000
075,000
021,000
452,500
990,000
963.000
87.811
226.300
8,360,300
10,000,000

100 &c.
100
100
100
500 &c.
500 ..tc.
500 &e.
500 (fee.

1

1808
1864
1871
1853

2,829,000
2,015,.500

1,189,000
795,000
599,300
753,000
362,.500
1,290,.500

450,000
35,128
4,904,872

1,000

787,(X)0

£100
£100
£100

1,500,000

100

1,022,900

713,000
484,000

Atchisen, Topeka it Santa

half in scrip due n^-i.

V.

22. p.

J.32, 3.'7,

445;

Fe.— Net

(V. SI, p.

V.

84 7 g.

?«
8

<t 8.
Sc J.

ll«-

?«
12
7

<t

I'4

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

7

A.

7g.

J.

M.
M.

I'-

Jan., 1880
Jan., 1889

J.
J.
J.

A
A
&
A
A
A
A
A
A

N. v., B'k of <,'ouinieree
N.Y.,I)el.AHud.Cuii.<,o

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

July 1,1876
July, 188H
Nov., 1805

1885
May, 1881
1000
1

Oot.,

April

,

N. Y.,Wlnslow, I,. ACo March 1,1806
llarrisburg. Treasury. )1<100,000 y'rly.
Philadelphia or I>ou<ron
Oct., 1001
1894
Pittsburgh.
Phila., Pcnii. RR.
Ivondoii
Amsterdam.

A

June

1,

1806

July, 1891

N. Y., Wlnshiw, L. A Co,
Pittsburgh, Pcnn. Co.

1901
1904
Boston, at Oilier.
Sept. 1, 1890
iuly, 1899
N. v., G. Oixlyke A Co.
Boston.

O.

Oot.

1,

1900

J.

O.

Boston.

1003

J.
J.

do
do
do
do

77,'78,'70 A'82

N.
J.
J.
J.

July
N.Y.,M.K.Je8Up, P.A Co July
Atlauta, Ga., atXreas'y Aug.

A O. Now York and I/>ndon
do
A J.
do
do
A 8.
do
A N.
do
do
A J.
do
do
A J. I.K>udon, Co.'s Office,
A J.
do
do

1,

1,
1,

1902
1000
1870

Oct. 1, 1876
Jan., 1902
Sept.,

1902

Nov., 1902
Jan,, 1903
Jan., 1903

July

1,

187«

7
31a

M.

7

J.

7
7
7

M.
M.

7

g.

A.

"s
7
8
8

AN.
A J.
A N.
A N.
A O.
A J.
A J
A J,
A J,

6

Sarannah.
N.Y.,M.K.Je8upP.ACo.
do
do
do
do
do
do
N. Y., First Nat. Bank.

do
do
Lyn(\hburg

8
J.
J.

&
A

1875
July, 1897

1889
1889
Oct.

1,

1901

N. Y., First Nat. Bank. Jan. 1, 1877
Jan. 1, 1877
do
do
July 1, 1803
do
do
do
Jan. 1, •84-'90
do
Jan. 1, •84-'90
do
do
Jan. 1, •86-'90
do
do

6

A J.
A J.
A N.
g. M. A N.
g. In 1901
e.g. J. A D.
10
J. A D.
6g. J. A J.
6 g. J. A D.
10
Q-J.
3
F. A A.
M. A S.
i«- M. A N.
A. A O.
M. A N.
6 g. MA N.
31a J. A D.
Og. J.
^8- J.
Cg. M.

earnings. 18'5,

B:^,

136,

3.>8,

591;

S3, p. 15.)

West Point.— Qioen earnings, 13^5 6,
It has about $200,-

*J88.49S: net earning', $99,539.
000 of bonds.

Atlantic <t Great PTes/lem.— This road was leased
to the Erie for 99 years from May ', 1874, bnt the
lease did not go into effect.
Shortly after (in
July, H74) defanlt was made on its bonds. The
last annual report, to October 1, 187S. will lie
found in V. 8;, p. 37 ». Procecdmgs looking to
re-organiziition are in progress, and a considerable
amount of vicuriiies has been deposited by iiolde s with the London Committee. (V. 20. p. 85. 139.
•J89, 499, 598; V. 21. p. 1.36. 1.59. 3,30, .398, 440; V. 2«,
p. 181, 3.T, 35;; V. 2), p. 40, 110, U4, 159.)

Atlantic <t OiUf.—OTOst earnings in 1875 were
net
$965,869 ;
earnings, $3i6.t)J8.
The C mpany also has $.'>on,000 10 per cent coupon notes
outstanding; $45,000 .liinction Branch RR. b'nds,
and $51.5110 Bainbrldie ^:.'!teii3ion bonds. (V. 21, p.
275, 4S8; V. 8*, p. 469.)

A

A.

M.

Atlanta it IHchmondAir iiM. — Defaulted in ISIS,
and now in litisiation. A decree of sale in foreclosure was made October, 1875. Report of earnings Ac, V. 22, p. 133. (V. 81, p. 14, 85, 3M, 418,
4^, 618; V. 8, p. 589.)

AUanIa

& J
J. & J.
J. & J.
M. & N.
A. & O.
M. & N.
A. & O.
J. & J.
Jan'ary
A. & <).
A. & O.
J. & I>.
& J.
& O.
& J.

N. Y., Firat

July
Mch.

do
do

Jan.

Office,

N at.

Bank. July

X,
1,
1,
1.

1884
1900
1875
1880

,400,000

7,188,.500

100

g.

$8n,-07.
lutereet is paid on $9r6,i'()fl of the 3d
consol. mor'gatfe bonds, but on the balance of that
issue the coup'ins are funded to Octolier I, ISie.
Coupons, due July 1, on notes, paid half in cash and

—

Atlantic, Mississippi
Ohio.
Of the stock
$5,845,700 is common, $800,000 peferred, and $2T6,-

guaranteed;
the eompariy.
itself,
holds
$'1,441, '200
of the common, all
the preferred,
and $1(k5,700 of the guaranteed stock. C» oss earnings year ending September 30, 1H7.5. $I,78'J,-153;
expenses, $1,108,947; net earnings, $673,503. There
was a decrease of gross revenue by $4^890,
3)1)

1873,

500 &c.
500 <Sc

53

Npgotiationa pending for a

Alabam

100
500 &c

«100

1.50
1.50
1.50

do

Sterling bonds, not inortgitges

A 'tgusta

'7'30

3,693.200
785,976
2,000.000
300.000
464,000
200,000
6,921,900
5,470,000
4,000,000

1873
1874

Stock, sterling
Portland city bonds, 1st mort., sinking fund
2d mortgage, sterling, 5-20 vears

do

500

1,000
1,000
18(>0 200 &c.
1806 200 &c.
18,54
1,000
214 1865
1,000
Var'us Various

133
133
133
214

Paciji c—Comnwn stock
Preferred stock, Missouri division
do
do Central division
Ist mort. (Sontherii Pacitlc), gold (land grant)
Ist mort. (At. & Pac), gold, on 500 acres land
2d mort. (At. & Pac, Mo. I>iv.), gold
Ist mort. (Cent. div. At. & Pac), gold
do
do
do
lan(l grant
Income bonds for funding
E(iuipinent bonds
Interest scrip (exchangeable for bonds)
Plain bond.'*, scrip ex(^hang«Ml
Land debentures
Atlantic it St. Lawrence— Stovk, currency

3d

1,000
1,000

1809
1809

428
428
428

1st mort.
2d mort. to the State (no interest till 1880)
Norfolk & Petersbm-jj— 1st mortgage
do
do
1st
do

Atlantic

500 &c.

ib'o

280

RIl. mort. bonds
Florida, Ist mortgage

Gulf

(com'ii, pref.
guar.).
coiisolidattid, gold (for $1,^,000.000). . .
it

50() Ac.
.500 &c.

340

Consolidated 1st mortgage

Atlantic, Miss,

'

1,748,1500

Atlantic (C <?«//— Common stook
Guaraiite<Ml strJek
&.

1871
1871
1871
1872
1873
1873

7
7
7

412,000
4,248,000
1,232,200
24,705,298
9,876,250
2,110,300
15,105,200
11,989,680
28,783,000
5,355,000
3,568,000
2,060,000

100
100
100

585
583

2d
do
do
(.itl2,(K)0,000)
3d
do
do
(.(i29,000,000)
Leased linos rental gold bonds (CI. & M.)
do
do
(P. P., P. V. amis. & A.)
Western Extension ciirtitleatcs (CI., Col., Cln. <b I.)
do
do
do
bonds

Savannah Albany

1,000
1,000

Dividend.

June, 1901

J

7

1. .500,000

l.'iO

—

A

2,I00,.5OO

4,000,000
3,400,000
9,980,000
5,403.900

J.

3>«

2.03,000

1,000

J.

,r.

1..595,000

.50

1800
1870
1871
1874
1800

<!k

7

933,000
2,000,000

&c

J.

%'

3,5(H),000
1,000,(X)0

1,000

Whom

N.Y., Third Nat. Bank

Payable

8

2.073,000
1 ,200,000

100

Ki
4S

mortgage

/'ito.— 1st

1,000
1,000
1,000

132
202
110

—

it

1803
1805
1805
1809
1870

$1 .tiOO.ooo
5,22O,(K>0

l,00t)

2(>2

ijoncrai niortKagc
Bonds to Statu I'li. ((>nilor»o<l) ad niort
Ist niort., Kast'n Kxton., guar. Iiy I'a. KK
Funding Income, bonds, with tialnc guaruutoe....
Al^xatKtriu rf; Freffrirk'shnrff Ist mortgage
A rkaiisuH CctUral— 1st & 2d mortgages, gold
Ashlabnlii, Youni/xtuirn

1 ,0(K)

142
142
142
142
142

'M moHitaKC
3d nuu't^a^G, Hinkin;£ fund

may

1,000

1809
1872

iioi

1st niortKagft
Albany City loan (HMiklng fund, 1 per ct. yeai'ly).

C'onsol. niort. (Kuiir. U. &11.) couii.,
Alleglmii!/ Vo//ci/—Stock

180!)

Ceul.

1871

20«
290

Mciid.)— l"t niort
Akibama tt Vkatt.—lMwwrt., f^iM, kuiu'. by Ala
liil niort., $',»,0<)<) jier mlln. uot Kuaiuntocd
Rocoivtir'H boixU or cortitlcatoa
Albany it Smtqitehanna Stock
Of>itral—(tivlmn

Value.

81

N. Y., Office of Conip'ny

do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do
do

July,
July,
Nov.,
Nov.,

1888
1883
1891
1891

Nov. 1,-1901
Dec. 1, 1883

1885
1883
1883
1884
N. Y., Office of
Aug., 1876
Portland.
London, Or. Trunk Rw. Mch. 15,1870
M.iy 2, 1886
Portliind.
I.K>ndon, Gr. Tnmk Ew. Oct. 1. 1884
Oct. 1, 1891
do
do
Nov. 1, 1878
do
do
Juuo, 1870
Savannah.

June
Dec.

do

Dec.
do
Comp'ny Jan.

1,
1,
1,
1,

and a decrease of net revenue of $54,114. Of the
$15,000,000 loan enough Is hold to retire all the
old debt.
The company funded one coupon on
old bonds, Jan 1874, but paid subsequent coupons
.

in

part.

Funding notes due

187.5

and l^J were

In October, 18T5, in London, the company
made a proposal to fund whole coupon then due,
on consol. bonds, and four-sevenths of coupons due
up to 1881. paying three per ccuit cash ou coupons
till 1881, nnd balance, if earned.
A bill 10 foreclose
tie c(uisolidiited mortjgage was filed by the truste<jii
thereof, at Riehraon(C Va.. March, 1876, and in
.lune receiv rs were appointed. Extract from President Mahone's circular to boudholdcrs, showing the
financial conditicm, is given in the Cukonicxb, V.
88, p. 28(.
(V. 21. p. 569, 191; V. 28, p. 110, Sill,
280, 387; V. i'i. p. 567, 58J; V. 83, p. 62, 8S )
issued.

AUantlc it Aici/tc.— This was a consolidation, la
& Pacific and 80. Paciac,
The land grant amounts to some 1,000,' 00 acres.
Interest was passed .Tan. ,'74, on tl,c laud grant bonds,
Oct., 1870, of the Atlantic

the 2d mortgage and the interest scrip, but coupons
funded
A break in the company's aff lira occurred
in October, 1875; the Missoun Pacific lease was »orendered and complicated litigation against the AtlanReceivers were
tic & Pacific CoBipany commenced.
aiipnintcd. Interest of January. ISTrf. on land grant
bonds was not paid, and interest on the 3d mortgaee
bonds of the Missouri Pacific is also unpaid. The
latter were mostly held by the Atlantic & Pacific
Company. Decree of foreclosure made Jime 7,
1>'76.
(V. 21, p. 9, 418, 410, 466; V. 22, p. 61. 3*2,
S7I, 471, 589;

V.

S3, p. 85.)

Atiantie Jk St. Laurence.— LetscA for 999 years,
from July. 1853, to Orsind Tr-,:uk Railway of
Canada. Annual reut, 6 per cent on bonds and
stock.

Augusta

A SaoannoA.— Leased

gta for $73.('00 per

about $50,C0O.

anniun

;

to Central of GkK>r-

ha» sarplug fund of

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Snbscrlbers

ivlll

cooler a great favor by eivlng Immediate notice of

nESCRFPTION.

I

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Miles

For esplanatiou of column headings,
ou tlrst page of tables.

&c., see uotcs

51
51

Bald Eagle Tallei/— 1st mort., 8. f. ($5,000 per year
2<1 mortgage (^5,000 per year)
Bjltimore d; OAio—Stock
Preferred stock
Wasliingtou braucb
Loan, IS.'JO

588
52
30

•-...

1853
do 1870, sterling, *800,000
Baltimore loan. 1 855-'90
l4)aD,

Debentures, sterling
Sterling mortgage
sinking fund
do
do
Purchase of Connellsv. KR (payaljle$lO,OOOy'ly)
Northwestern Virginia, 3d mortgage, 1855-85 ...
Baltimore iC I'otomac—lsi molt (tunnel) gold
1st mortgage, gold, (main line)

2d mortgage, income, main line and tunnel
it South. /(/.— Ist M., sink'g fund, guar
BelfMere Del.—lstM. b'ds of 1802 (guar, by C. & A.)
do
do
2d mortgage, b(mds of 1854
do
do
do
do
1857
3d
(
C'ouHol. mortgage of 1 SG7
Berkshire— Stock
Boston it AlbatiyStotik
Belleville

(

92 14
92 J4
56
67

1861 $100&o.
1864
1,000
100
100
100
1850
1853
1870
1855

3,872,000
9,198.852

£200

9,576,0(Xt

270

29 1854
43 '69-'70

Bedford Railroad bonds

Sinking fund bonds
Consolidated mortgage bonds
Boston it Lowell— Stock
Mortgage, wharf purchase

61-'7.

(for

160

$2,000,000) ....

160
113

New

1858
1873

3,(KXI,000

1,133,000
1,100,000
1,000,000
499,500

500
500

745,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

000,000
20,129,282
5,000,000
2,000,0<XI
2,681,7.50

400,000
499,600
600,000
571,500

1,000
1,000
1,000

500 itc
100
100
100 &c
100 &c
600

800,(K)0
l,(HX),OO0

624,000

bonds

Boston it Maine— Stock
Bonds, coupon and registered
Boston it New York Air-Line Ist mortgage
Boston it i"rar«/«Hce— Stock
Bonds to puichasc branches, coupon or registered
Buff.,Brud.itViUs.—(ia\\.'i\.,{mc\. 10,000 ac. 1*4
Buifalo, New York it ft-ie— Stock
ist mortgage bonds
2d mortgage

—

Consol. mortgage
Buffalo, N. r. d I'hilad el phia— 1st mort., gold
2d mort gage (for $1 ,000,000)
Barlinijton, C. Htijndsit Minn, 1st M.,gold s. f
1st nlortgage, gold (Mil. div.) coupon or regist'd
Pacific extension bonds

—

Muscatine western extension

Income and eiiuipment mortgage
Mo. Kit).— 1st M. on r'd& 400.000 ac's I'd
Bonds, conv. into C. B. & Q, st'k (3d series).

Burl.it:

jj*^

1

g

I

tc

b'ds, conv. C. B. & Q. st'k (4th scr.) ) "^j;
Ist mortgage, conv. do. ou l5ranch (5th ser.) ^^
Convertible bonds, C. B. & Q. st'k ((ith ser.) o —
Burl, it Mo. in .Vffe.— 1st M.,cimv., land gr.. ) Coup
> may
Bonds, convertible till Jan., 1882
jberg.
Omalia&S. W., 1st mortgage, guar
Burl, it A'oK(AitifS<.— 1st mort., cp., maybe reg
Cairo <£ St. Louis— 1st mortgage
Cairo it Vincenncs 1st mortgage, gold
California Pacific Ist mortgage, gold
2d mortg agcendorsed by Central Pacitic
Camden it Atlantic— Stock (.$838,150 of itpref.)....
1st mortgage

Income

I

i

—
—

2d mortgaire

Camden d- Burlington Co. — Ist mortgage
Canada Southern — Ist M., gold, s. f., cp.

<fe reg
Can. S. & Det., 1st mortgage
Carolina Central— 1st movtgAgc, gold, coupon
Income bonds, coupon

Tol.,

1„500,000
3.000,000
3,000,000

1873
1874

1,660
1,000

7

3
7

4
7
7
3»3

g,

Cg

10
g.

?«
7

?«
8
8
8
8
8

8
8
8

l^Kg.

2

?^6
g.
g.

6g.
7

Bcdii Eagle Fm^cy.— Leased to Pennsylvania Rail- main western trunk line of New England. In past
roai at 40 per cent of gross receipts. 'The Pennsyl- three years the following has been its exhibit:
Total Stock
Gross
Net
vania Railroad holds all the id mortgage bonds.
Earnings.
and Debt.
Earnings.
Baltimore <ft Ohio. The B. & C, in comparison
$2,i6-i,147
$J6,47'',a8-2
$T,'8»,)39
with its rival trunk lines, claims a much smaller 1S.'4 5
'2,411,916
25,4S,100
187.1 4
...
8.963.1-J8
porpouiop to the value of its
capital nccount
24.18.3.100
18;2 ;) ....
9,798,0.):)
2,237,873
f>roperty. the gross cRriilngs of main steni a-'d
$-),000,0()0 new bonds were authorized in Feb., 1871'.
>ranches, and flnancial condition of B. & O. Co.
(V 20, n, 14, 10-2, 693; V. 21, p. 464.)
for four years were as fol.ows
Gross
Net
Stock and
Boston, Clinton. FUchbarr/ * .Vcs«i Bedford.—
Earnings.
Earnings.
Debt.
This was a consolidation in May, 18,'6, of t';:e
$10, -11,178
$4,333,'Sl6
1874-6
$47,171,131 80.11011, CllnloH & Fitclibiirg and the New Bedf.irl
5,018,0<i0
1373-4
n,fi93,H55
4.%876,9a7 Railroads. (V .21, p. 84, 391 V. 22. p. 471, 621. 544.)
ia,J68,'44
S8,5fi7,893
4,9.34. r»6
lSr-J-8 ....
Boston, Concord <t Montreal.— Vtafs earnings tor
10,654,47i
4.Ma,07i
a;<,161,399 the year ending with Mirch, 1876, were $693,354
1871-a.. ..
The gross earnings of the main and all leased lines net earnings $18-2,012. There are also $76,000 old
1874-75 were $U,136..').3^, and net earnings, bonds due la 1865. (V. 22, p. 565.)
in
The company claims a surplus of
4. 490,09?.
&
Bos'on <fc ioiiW.'.— Operated
f34,023,-'>66, in the value of its assets above its Lowell, which receives 31 per with the Nashua 65;
cent. tV. 20, p.
stock and debt, which surplus is represented
chiellT by securities of branch lines, received V. 2-2, p. 4? )
for aavaiiccs made by the B. & O. In Dec, 1875,
Eoa'on A Maine.— 'Set income, 1874-6, over interest
theoperating contract with Pittsburgh .& Connells- pavm 'nts. $6u;,(<7 '. Pools earnings from competing
ville road was ratified, by which B. & O. guarantees
Voiats with Eastern. (V. 20, p. 14, 614; V. 21, p.
$10,000,000 bo'ds. See report in Chuonicle, V. 'Jl, 533; V. 22. p. -280.)
(V. 50. p. 163. 381. 404,
p. 487, and V. 28, p. > 4(1.
Boston cfe N. Y. Air Line—Vo merly N. Haven
453, 192; V. JI, p. 371, 511, 591; V. •«, p. 374; 443.)
Middletown & Wil. Road cost ahont $6,000,00,^
Baltimore d Potomac. —This is the line of the lorjsenled now by $3,000,000 preferred stock and
Pennsylvania Railroad from Baltimore to Washing- $l",000,000 common. (V. 22, p. 567.)
ton. The bonds are guaranteed by Penn. RK. and
Boston & Providence.-The b inds andal'O$9^,000
Northern Central. Last annual report V. *^2, p. 588. notes have
been is3i;ed for purchase of branch
BelleviUe & S 'UthfrnJUinoi^.—he&'ied anl operated roads. Total income, H74-5, $1,.581, 2.68; net. over
by St. L. Alt. A T. H. Co. on a per entsge of gross operating expen-es, $147,236. (V. 21, p. 6b9.)
earnings. Gross earnings, '75, $-279,337. (V.20, p.SSO.
Buffalo. Brailford cfi Pittsburgh— VnAci perpetnal
Bekidere Delaware.— S' ock is $995,700. Leased to lease to Eiie at $40,600 p r year.
United Co.'s of N.J and lease assigned to Penn. RR.
Buffalo, New Ymk &, iTri".— Leased to Erie in
Net earnings go to lessor. In 1875 net earninq- of B. 186;), for 490 years, at7percent on stock and interest
Floating
t>. were $22 1,4(14, azuinst $4 6,367 in 1874.
and sinking fund on bonds. In 1873 Erie bouaht
debt, tl,24j,3:»3. (V. 20, p. 488.)
$500,600 of the stock at $150 per share. (V.20, p. 61,614.)
Berkshire.—Loas&i to Uouaatonic, at 7 per cent
Buffalo, New York c6 PhUadtljMa.—TMs la the
per year on stock,
connecting line of the Philadelphia & Erie with
Botton it AU/any.-'The Boston & Albany is the Buffalo. In 1874 the net earnings were $18t),8!3.

—

m

.

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Office.

Stocks— l.;\At
Dividend.

1881
1884
1876
1876
April 17, 1875
1880
1885
1895
1890
1876,'78&'80
Mch. 1, 1902
1910 •
1876-1900
1885
July 1, 1911
April 1, 1911
Jan. 1, 1915
Oct. 1, 1896
1877
1885
1887
J.an. 1, 1916
July 10, 1876
Mav 15, 1876
1891 to '92
July 1, 1895
July
July

May
May

1,
1,
1,
1,

July 1, 1884
1889 & '90

1881, '82 & '83
July, 1881& 94

May

15,

1876

1889
1893
Jan. 1, 1875
Oct. 1, 1879
April 1, 1892
July 1, 1896
May 15, 1876
Jan. 1, 1893
Aug. 1. 1895
Mav 15,1876
July 1, 1893
Jan. .1, 1896
June 11, 1875
Dee. 1, 1877

& O.
do
& 3.
Boston, at Office.
& O
do
do
& O.
do
do
r. & J,
do
do
M. & N,
Boston, at Office.
M. & N.
do
do
New York.
F. <k A
M. & N.
Bosti.r, at Office.
J. & J.
do
do
3. .t J
New York, Erie RR.
F. & A
N. Y., Erie Railway.
do
J. & D.
do
M. &N
do
do
J. & D.
do
do
Jnly 1, 1896
J. & J. N. Y.,Farm. L. &T.C0
July 1, 1893
J. & J,
do
do
M. & N. New York or London. Maj- 1, 1919
Feb., 1902
F. & A.
do
do
Jan. 1. 1909
do
J. & J.
do
Sei)t. 1, 1908
M. & S.
do
do
June 1, 1904
do
J. &D.
do
A. & O. Boston and New York Oct. 1, 1893
J & J, Boston, by Treasurer. July 1, 1878
A. i^ O, Boston and New York, April 1, 1879
July 1, 1894
do
J. & J
do
July 1, 1889
do
do
J. &
July 1, 1894
Boston Office.
J. <k
Jan. 1, 1883
do
&
June 1, 1896
do
J. & D
May 1, 1895
Boston, Co's Office.
M. & N.
Oct. 2. 1901
A. & O.
Oct.. 1909
A. & O. New York and London,
J. & J. N. Y., Nat'l Park Bank, Jan. 1, 1889
1891
do
do
J. & 3.
Camden, Co.'s Office. July 15, 1876
Q.-J.
Jan., 1893
J. & J. Phila., Farm. & M. B'k
do
Oct., 1879
do
A. & O.
1897
F. & A. Phila. and Mt. Holly.
Jan. 1, 1906
J. & J. N. Y., Union Trust Co.
J. & J.
July 1, 1923
J. & J N. Y. Office, 4 Broad st
April 1, 1914
do
A. & O.
do
A.

,1.

7

7
7

Boston
do

A.
A.

7

I
6

<fe

J.

7
6

7

,1.

J. "&. J.

3
6

7
7
7

.T.

M.

"e'

6&

100
1873-4 500 .fee.
"52
1875
1,000
100
63
1873
.500,000
"26
580,000
1,600
100
950,000
142
1857
1,922,000
1,000
140
262,000
140
200,000
140
2,582.000
121 1871 500 'ic.
805,.500
1873
121
5,400,000
1,600
219 1869
2,200,000
1,000
94 1872
24 14 1872
1,000
1,800,000
800,000
1872
1,000
31
1874
1,(K)0
2,000,000
4,638,2.50
50 &c.
281 1863
308,.5O0
1868 500 &c.
300,000
1869 500 &c.
290,000
40 1869 500 &c.
407,000
1870 500 &c.
1869 500 &e.
5,715,000
ib'i
600.000
1873 500 &.C.
"49 1872
1,034,000
1,000
105 1870
1,000 20,000 p. m
1871
2,500,000
1.50
3,500,000
1,660
156 1871
2,250,000
1,000
141 1869
1,000.000
1,000
141 1871
1,215.550
CO
100
1,000
490,000
00 18.53
500,000
1.000
60 18.55
350,000
1867 500 &c
31
9,000,000
291 1870
1,000

.

J.
J.

n

l,309,.5OO

143

242
242

•

3,250,000
200,000
999,500
750,000
7,000,000
2,000,000
500.000
4,000,000

1872
1876

Bonds
.

140,(K)0
1,.500,000

1,000
1.000
1,000
1,000
1,000

ItK)

E(I uipmen t notes

New

1,000,000

100

21

1875

Boston, Concord it Montreal— VteterveA stock
Com. stock (for old dividends & new stock)

3.2.53,026

&

J. Phila., Farm. & M. Bank
&
do
do
& N.
Baltimore Oftice.
J. & J Bait., .Merchants' Bank.
5
A. & O,
Baltimore Ottice.
6
J. & J, Bait., Merchants' Bank.
G
A. & O
Baltimore Office.
M. & S
6
London.
6 g.
& J
Baltimore Office.
J. & J. London, Navlor & Co.
8.
M.
London.
A.
do
%' J. & O.
& J.
Baltimore.
6
& J. Bait., Mech's Nat. Bank
Cg. J. & J. Baltimore or London.
& O.
do
do
%'
& J.
Baltimore.
A. & O.
N. Y., Russell Sage.
8
6
J. & D. Trenton, N. J.,Ofnce.
6
M. & 8.
Philadelphia.
6
F. & A.
do
7
J. & J. Treasurer, Trcnton,N.J.
1\
(J.-J. Boston, Kiaaer, P. & Co
-M. & N.
5
Boston OtWce.
7
F. & A.
do
6
J. & J.
do
M. & N.
Boston Office.
"e
J. & J. Boston, Boston N. Bank
7
J. & J.
do
do
A. & O.
do
8
do
6&7 J. & J. Boston, Suffolk N. Bank
3
W. & N.
Boston Office.

6
7
5
3

$336,900
100,000
13,144,100
4,348,469
1,650,000
579,500
1,710,000
3,398,956

iilOO

1871-2

,

Whom.

£200

1857
1876

any error dUcovered In theae Table*.
Bonds — Prmci
INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
pal, Wlicn Due.

When
uutstanaing ^,gj„ ]pay'ble Where Payable and by
Oiitstaudfn(rr^<« pcrj

1872
1874
1875
1855
1871
1871
1875
1866
1852
18.54

;

Dollar loan
Loan of 1875, coupon or registered
Boston, Clinton it Filchburg <£• Xew jB«//o>'d— Stock
1st mortgage. Agricultural Branch

Size or

1874-5

411
421

;

Mortgage bonds 1809-70

Date

of
of
par
Road. Bonds Value.

[Augjst 26, 1876,

Burdng'on, Cedar R ipids cfi A/innesota.-Ja 1874
default was ma»ie in interest. Sale ir foreclosnre
was made June -22. 1876. (V. 21, p. 85, 277, 591; V.

350, 474, 495, 567; V. 83, p. 15.)
Burlington tfc MissouH Bitter.— An agreement of
consolidation and a perpetual lease to Chicago, Bur.
& Qiiincy, wts made in Oct., 1572. In .\ugust, 1875.
stock of Chic. Burl. & Q. was Issued in place of
stock of this C.I. and for convertible bond', .\nnual
report V. 20, pi SiS. (V. 23, p. 139; \. 22, p. 87.)
Burlington cfc Vlsfouri in Nebraska —The stock it
22, p.

$8,583,750.

A reoort

of company's operations. Jfcc,

1876, ha" not been publiBhed, hut we
earnings in 187.^ as $;8:3,84.S, and expenses,
$351,613. The total laud sales up to Jan. 1,1876,

Jan

to

have

1,

th.;

amounted

to 731,164 acres for $a,335,675, after de(V. 80, p. 289, 593; V.

ductions for dead contracts.
V. 23, p. 1.59.)
471

,22, p.

;

£ui tingle.!, dc SoidAtvestem.-'Delaa)tt.-i Nov.,

1878.

Forte 5sure in progress. (V. 21, p. 159, 441.)
Cairo S St. io«t«.— Defaulted in 1873 by failure
to receive town and county bonds. Road completed
February, 1^75.
(V. 20, p. 26S, S13; V. 21, p. 31,
V. -22, p, 362.)
441
Ftnc«inf#.— Defaulted in 1874. In hands
Cairo <t
of receiver. (V. 20, p. 499; V. 21, p. 6.3, 302; V. 2-2,
;

p. 44-i.)

California Pacific. Extension bonds of $3,600,000
$1,0X1,000 have been in default, but
(V. 21. p. 318,
a nroposal offered by Central Pacific.
Also V. 20. p. 5:6; V. 21, p. 169, 277; V. 22, p. 181,

and incomes of

280,495,611; V. 28, p 62.)

Camden it Atlantic— 'Set earnings, 1875, $207,642,
Camden cfc Bu'lington Co.— Leased t> United
Companies, at 6 per cent on $.382,000 stock.
Canada Southern.— Vetaulted January. 18?4, and
coupons funded, but interest not paid July, 1875.
In January. 1876. passed into N. Y. Central control.
(V. 2i. p. 159: V. 2-2, p. 16, 391, 567.)
Carolina Central.— Former\y Wilmington. Char
Passed interest January, 1876>
lotte & Rutherf urd.
(V.

'20,

p. 15.)

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August 26, 1876.]
Sabaorlbers

confer a (ceat favor by glvIiiK immediate notice of any error dlacovered In tlirae Tables.

ivlll

DESCRIPTION.

Date

Miles

For oxi>lauatlon

of cohiiim licudings, Sec, soo notC8
of
Road.
on Hist pnxo of taliloH.

Now lUoi'tKiigu
d

*.

100

...

$1,1.59,5(H)

"so

2,200,000

1,000

230,5IM)
209,8.50

14
ei

sink. fund.

274
128
70
58

^

R.

14(i
2!)5
(il5

<«

nouds
Bonds for steamships
Central «/ iwipd— Ist nu>rtgagn gold, coupon
2d mortgage, golil, $1,000 per mile
Oeniral of Aew Jc;-»«tf—Stock
Mortgage bonds
it Wr.sttirii

231
231

1864
1866
1861
1863

1866

74

Bonds (convorliblo Nov., 1 87.5 to 1 877)
Consolidated nn>rtgage (for $23,000,000)
Newark A Now York, 1st mortgiige
Lebigh i Wilkesbarre Coal Co., 1 st niort. guar
do
do
Con.soI m., coup. guar.
Am.Doek&Imp.Co., 1st mort.,gnar. Ceut.of N.J.
Central iHi to Common stock
Preferred stock

97

.500 &c.

1!»8,0(XJ

500 &c.
100
100
500 &o.
500 Ac.
500 &c.
100

1,334,0(M>

7
7

1,000

18(19

500 &c.

1871

1,000

6,850,400
769,600
700,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

500 &e.

£200
1,000
1,000

—

50
50

mortgage bonds
Central /"((cty/c—Stock
lat

1,000

100
1,000
1,000

1,000
I'.OOO
1,01)0

1,000
1,000
1,000

.

Calamifa.— Leased

New
In

preferred

7

300,000
3,700,000
925,000
20,523,000

& Read., Oct., 1872,
dividend to be 7 per cent
(V. 20, p. 381.)

Caifuga.—The Cayusra Lake road was sold under
mortgage, and this Co. organized. (V. 19, d.

econd
870.)

Cayuga & 5j«g(wAanwi.— Leased in perpetuity to
Delaware, Lackawauna & Western. Dividends, 9
per year.
Cedar Falls <t Afinn«w<a.— Leased to Dubuque &

Sionx City, and sublet to Illinois Central at ii.SOO
per mile yearly, and a per cent of all earnings over
$.3,500 per mile.

Cedar Haplds <t J/?8«o«ri.— Leased to Chicago &,
Norlhweetcrn at 1700 of first $1,500 gross earningB
per mile; one-third of the ne.tt |;3,()00 per mile, and
ouo-fifth of all above that. (V. 2
p. 162.)
Central Railroad * Bank, Oo.— Leases several
roads, and guarantee.* $l,4y-2,sa.) of bonds.
In
April, 1875, purchased one-half interest in Western
Railroad of .\labama at foreclosure eale.
Gross
earnings year ending Sept I, 1S75. f3,8 6,5:i6; net,
',

»l,i99,lill.

41T;

V.

(V.

20. p.
2J, p. 304.)

259, 385, 398; V.

21,

p, 372,

Central of /awa.— Decree of sale in foreclosure
made Gel ober, 1815, (V. 20. p. 15, 85. 235, 54ti: V.
SI, p. 85, 393, 417, 465, 511; V. 22, p. 110, 496; V. 23,
p. 159.)

Central of New Jerxeu.—Tha annual report for
1875 was given in Vol. S2, p. .S36, showing
gross earnings of t7.tll,«i:6; net, |13.a82.!)0n. Divfdcnds in 1875-6 parity | aid from previous reserve.
On large decl ne of stock in June. 18;6, the president issued a circular, stating that the company was
earning wcH, Ac, but giving no figures. Of the consolidated mortgage sulflcieut will be held to pay all
the prior issues, including convertibles.
This Co.
also assumes *2,310,i 00 of Lehigh Coal & N'avigatioa
Company's debt and tJi5,T93 of the Railroad Car
Trust
impany.
The following table shows the
receipts, expenses and net earnings, fiomthe begin-

5
7

7
"7'e-

7

g.

2«3

5,(M)0,000

7

4,475,000
15,000,000
600,000
10,000,000
5,000,000
3,000,000

7

2,437,9.50
4 11, .5.50
2,500,(MK)

54,273,500
25,883,000
1,500,000
1,483,000
6,080,000
25,885,000
2,735,000
1 ,970,000
6,000,000
1,291,000
300.000
8,890.0<X)

7
7

500,000
500,000

1,000
1,000

500 &c.
100

.fee.

1,000
1,000

300,(X)0

15,808,401
13,000,000
5,420,000
66,000
100,000

&
&
2'a
3
&
6
M. &
-Ig. A. &
Oi?. J. &
J. &
7 g. J. &
6 g. A. &
6
J. &
',' J. &
6g.

««

1(50,500

500 &c.

7

2,1.53,.S00

2
6

J.
J.

7
4
4

M.

1,000
1,000

774,600
500,000
9.937,800
2,425,400
3,893,200
2,383,000

500 Ac.
100

,087,000
1,300,000

ido
100

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1

330,000
2,.365,000

564,000
188,000
3()0,000

2,120.000
700,(X)0

ido
1,000
1,000
1.000

27,512,842
2,719,000
9,916,000
941.000
678,000
2,1.55,500

l.'MVSVi

l,98t.f»T6

1.617.268

3.3.'0,.)98

1.878,0 !2
2.379. 91

1,472,3711
1.3 n,2i0

8 61-M63
J,512 2ir
3.706,141

1.3W.958

7,120,713
P,88l.366
8.5'9,«31

4.-i3\HW
4,215 584

2,8?3.9I2

4. '40, 601

7,411,6.37

4,128,7 7

4.449,0
3,.8!,910

4,3!i.3,.M4
B,'-4I..379

V.

p 68.)
Central OAir— Leased to Bait.

1,.30%651

A

'

Central Pnd^r.—Gross earnings i 1874 were $14,531,355 (currency), and net earnings $S,fi,SS.378. Lam!
grant statement. V. il, p. 136. An abstract of the
annual report for 1874 is 'jiveu in the Chronicle.
V. 21, p. a.5 I
Gross eamincs, '7.5, 17,021,01.'!; expenses, $7,417 944: net carnirics. $9,' 03,071
A settlement with bondholders of California Pacific has
been propose:!, with a guarantee of certain new
bonds. Trnstees of land mortgage offered to purchiso #5 0,000 in July. H76. (V. 21, p. 159, 48-; V.
22. p. 61,233, 352, 471, .521, 545, 613; V. 23, p. 86 )
1

.

.i«yi«^a—Stock is $2,578,the year ending September :W,

Columbia

it

Net earnings in
187.5, S250,'l04, against $ 2o,73! the previoss year.
Floating debt retired May, 1876. (V. 21, p. 590; V.
22, p. l.J4,471.)
Char'-lers.
Leased to Pitts. Clo. & St. Louis, and
operated by Penn. Co. Net earnings go to lessor
roo.

—

in 1875, $!4,727. (V. 22, p.

619.)

Cherry V-Ueu, Shar. Jk yli.— Transferred to Delaware & Hudson Canal Co., April, 1875. Interest
unpaid in December, 1875. (V. 20, p. 41)4.)

O. office.

do

June
June

30,
30,

1876
1876

do
do
Oct. 1, 1890
1890
N. Y.. Nat. City Bank.
1895
N.Y.,M.K.Jeaup,P.4Co,

Y., Fisk &,

.

do
do
Y., Am. Exch. Bk.
do
do
do
do
do
do

,

Boston.

J.

do

1,

1901

Deo. 15, 1809
Nov.. 1899

Hatch,

do
do

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

&

Penn R.R. Oct.

Philadeliiliia,

N. Y., Metropolitan Bk.

July 1, 1902
Julyl.'77to'92

1880
18S4
1870
1877
1893
July 15, 1875
l877-'80

&

'96

May, 1872

Philadelphia.

N.Y.,M.K.Je8up,P.& Co. Sept. 12, 1876
Sept. 12, 1876
do
do
r-ond''n,J,S.Morgan&Co.

N.Y.,M.K.Jo8up.P.& Co.
do
do
N. Y. U. S. Trust Co.
N.Y.,M.K.Je8up,P.&Co.

do
do
do
do
do
N.

Y'.,

do
do
do
do
do

do
Boston

Oct. 1, 1903
Jan., 1893
Jan., 1883
July, 1876
July, 1882
April. 1894
April 1,1894
July, 1898
July, 1898

Aug., 1900

Bk. of Commerce.

Mar. 15, 1876

do

Jan.

office.

July
July

Frankfort.
N.Y., N. Bk. of Com'ree.
Bost()n. Co.'h office.

Oct.

Jan.

1,
1,
1,
1,
1.

1883
1003
1890
1890
1896

4 OAio.— After the panic, default
Interest.
Net earnings in 1874 75.
Kccciver appointed October, 1875, and
foreclosure proceedings will
be had for the
purpose of re-organization.
A verv complete
statement of outstanding liabilities and the plan of
re-organization are given in V. 21, p. £09. (See V.'
•10, p.
162. 1'4, 357; V. Jl. p. 323. 37l, 417, 441. f.34.
569. 618: V. 2J, p. 42, 87, 131, 230, 375,392,589;
V. 2, p. HI.)
Chfsapeake

$546,808.

Cheshire. -Vet

dends, 4 per year.

4,i'65.78J

2.3,

&

do

was made on

l,f81,2!17
3,l:-5 2:i5

Ohio RR. in 1966
for 2 years, rent 35 per cent of grfws receipts for 5
years, and 40 after. Pays 6 per cent dividends.

Charlotte,

'&

Bait., at B.

N.

/

3.5>1,S44

3 729:412
4 010,121

J.
J.

& J.
N.
M.& S
M. & S.
S8- J. & J.
J. & J.
A. & 0.
7
1^ q.-J.
J. & J.
8
A. &
A. &. 0.
J. & J
7
J. & J.
7
F. & A
7
7
-M.&a
5
J. & J.
8
J. & J.
J. & J
h- A. & 0.
7
J. & J.

tl,lv7.241

1869
18:0
ISIl
18:2
1873
1874
1-73
(V. 2}, p. 613;

0.

&
&
&
&
&
&
&

J.
J.
J.
J.
J.
J.

1899
1900

Sept., 1890
West. Natl. Bank.
Oct 1,1875
0. N. Y. & San Francisco.
1895 to '98
J.
N. Y., Flsk & Hatch.
July 1, 1884
J. Sacram'o State Treas.
Jan. 1, 1883
J.
N. Y., E. Kelly & Co.
Oct. 1, 1900
0. N. Y., Fisk & Hatch.
1895 to '99
U. 8. Treasiu-y.
J.
July 1, 1890
Y,. Fisk & Hatch.
J.
1899
U. 8. Treasury.
Jan. 1, 1888
Y., Flsk & Hatch,
J.
Jan. 1, 1892
do
do
J.
July 1, 1890
do
do
J.

&D.

1,220,331

100

&
&
&
&
&

I,
1,

S. Bait.,

M.
g.
g-

1814,7)2

1'6,S

A.

'&.

of N.J.

do

do

D.

A.'&'O.

1,23 1, 5V4
1,748.4 4

,

J.
J.

I).

RR.

Juno

Feb.

F/ondon.
Y., Cent.

J.

J.

a..5S7.i8)
S,0:J6,390

,

.1.

J.
J.

7
7
7
7

|l,9Jl,9r6

.

'.I.

J.
J.
J.

ning of 1863 to the present time; including, since
1870, those of the Lehigh & Susquehanna Division;
Expenses. Net earn'gs.
Receipts.
1863...
1861...
I8«5...
1866...
1867...

-

6
6
8
8

902,000
300,000

Dividend.

& N.
Philailelpbia.
May 1 n, 1 870
& N.
May 16,1876
do
& A.
do
Feb. 1, 1882
iF. & A.
Philadelphia.
1 888 to '89
IF. A A.
do
Feb. 1, 1000
Ij. & D.
New York.
1901
J. A J.l New York, 44 South «t. July 1, 1876
A. A 0. N.Y.,J. 8. Kennedy & Co April 30, 1884
J. & J.
rbi
do
Jan. 2, 1907
Boston, Trea«nr(;r.
Aug. 1, 1876
Q.-F.
F. & A.
do
do
Aug. 1, 1876
F. & A. N. Y., NafI Park Bank. Aug. 1, 1891
F. A. A.
do
Aug. 1, 1894
do
M. & N.
do
do
Itfay, 1918
Savannah, Ua.
Juno, 1873
J. & I).
J. & J. Now York & Savannah. Jan. 1, 1893
A. & 0.
Savannah, Ga.
Oct., 1880
July 15, 1899
New York, Office,
J. A
A. & 0.
do
do
April 15, 1901
New York, at office, April 10, 1876
Q.-J.
P. A A.
do
1890
do
Nov., 1902
M. & N.
do
do
do
Q.-J.
do
July 1. 1899
J. & J.
do
do
1887
<Ji

7

7
7

When Doe,

Bloek$—lMA

M.
M.

N.
««• M.
Q.-M. N.

193,500

.

to Phila.

stock

and aftorwa;d.

I816-6

7

7

l,800,.5OO

'

—

1

3I3

.582,000

'

(£•

g.

4I3

2,332,000
7,500,000
2,287,000
1.50,000

100

137
137
137
1213
Ist mort., gold, (sinking fnnd. i'i.'iO.OOO per year).
742 1865-8
Subordinate lien, California State aid, gold
50 1864
Bonds, (formerly eouvi-itihle intoU. .S. bonds)
138 1862
Ist mortgage on >San Joaquin Valley Branch, gold
140 1870
U. S. Loan, ('2d lien on (cutain terms)
742
Western Pacitie, 1st mortgage, gold
1.58
1869
do
(Government lien
123
Cal. & Oregon, Ist mortgage, gold (guar by C.P.).
152
1868
C. P.. Istmort., ouC. & O. Br. ($7,'200,000 g.)...
1.52
1872
San Francisco O. & A., 1st nmrtgage ($1,500,000)
20 1870
I^and bonds on 1 1 ,722,400 acres
1870
Charlotte Columbia d Aiiffiigia— 1st m. (C. & A.)
8.5
do
consolidated
195 1809
2d Mortgage
1872
Ohurlierft — 1st mortgage
2.3
1871
Cherry Yallcfi Shar. d At. — 1st mort., convert
21
1869
Chesapei(kc
Ohw stock
427
1st mortgage sinking fund gold
427 1869
Ist mort. c.xton. (2d on 427 ndles) coup, or regd..
1872
Dcbcnt ores con vcrtible in to 2d mortgage
1872
Ist mortgage, (Va. Cent. R. R.,) guaranteed by Va.
3d'mortgage,
do.
do.
coupon
Income mortgage, (Virginia Central R. R.,) coup.
Funded intci est, coupon bonds
Income btm^ls (for funding)
1874
OAe«AHT— Stock, preferred
64
Bonds, not mortgage
Chester ra//cj/— 1st mortgage
'2'ii-j
Chicago A A /'ton— Common stock
649
Preferred st'ck (7 o. c. y"rly not cumulative) ....
649
General mortgage, sterling, for $8,000,000
322 1873
Ist mortgage
220 1863
Income bonds (a Ist lien on income)
220 1862
Juliet & Chicago, 7 i)er cent, stock
38
do
do
Ist mortgage, sinking fund
38
1857
St. Louis Jack. 4 Ch., 1 st mortgage
1.50
1864
do
do
1st mort. assum.by C. <& A.
37 1864
do
do
2d nnn-t. assum. by C.-& A.
37 1868
do
do
2d mortgage
1.50
1868
Louisiana A Missouri, 1st mortgage
101 1870
Chicago & 111. Riv., 1st mortgage, guaranteed
Chicago. KurlingUmd Quinci/Siwlt..
825
1st mortgage, sinking fund, (trust)
466 1858
Consolidated mortgage coupon, (for .$30,000,000)
825 1873
Northern Cross R. R. 2d. nn>rtgage, gold
100
Trust mortgage (Burlington to Peoria)
96
Plain bonds (coupon or rcgistereil)
1872

pal,

F.

7

7

1872
1870

1800
1872
1874
1807
1874
1875

3>3

800,000
580,110

2!)1

:

3

7

1,3<)0,(HK)

100

linnk, ffn.—Stock.
iiiortitii^'e Ooint) bonds ($5,000,000) coup.

1'.

Till

1 ,000
1,000
1,000

1872
1871

Snsqnehiiiintt~Htovk

do
do
i/Uwou

$50

100
40

i

niortidiKu, gold

Oefinr liitpUts d: Mins'ntri—i'iniimon stock
Preferred stook, 7 per cent
Ist mortgage

Oont

Bonds

Houri»—Prinel-

INTEREST OR DIVmEKDS.
Amount

l,(X)0,00O

Cedar Fulls cC J^ii/t.— UoiuI.h on iHt rtlv.
Bonds on *Jd division, sinking fund

Oeniral

or

Rate pel WJien Where nnvnUle, and by
Value. Outstanding
Cent.
Payable
Whom.

bouiU

Cliattfl inoi'tKagu

Oamtija

SI 7.0,

par

of

100
03

Ofituiclnsii—Couiuum stock
Now prcfeiTeil atouk
Old prcfeiTiid stock
iHt mortxa^o hoiuU

Oayni/a— 1st

xr

income. 1874-75. »76,i27.
(V.

18, p.

295; V. 21, p.

Divi-

59

.)

hands of trustees and leased
Reading. Coupons duo 18S0, paid

Chester ViUey.- In

to Philadelphia

May,

&

1:76.

Chicago <t Alt «.—The report for irs Is given at
leujlh in V. 52. p. 255, and shows gross earnings of
t4,t .56,76!). and net earnings of t2.0.'.2,6 8, against
Joliet & Chicago RR. is leased for
»2.8:58,!.76 in 1874.
Chic.
interest on stock and bonds. St. L., Jack.
Railroad li ascd at $240,000 per year. Louisiana
Mo. RR. built and operated under contract. (SeeV.
The Chicago & Illinois
19. p. 479; V^ '20, p. 449.)
River bonds had not been sold to January, 1876,
and there was some litigation. (V. 18. n. 350; V. 19,

&

p. 16. 479: V. 20. p. 176,
612; V. 22, p.

868, 2S9, 500;

V.

A

21, p. 185,

255)

Chicago, Burlington <t Quincy.~S\oe^ was issued
exchange for that of the Burl. Mo. River in Sept.,
Gross earnings for 1875 were $ll,7i)l,361; expenses, 8M30,I22; net earnings. |5,.361, 238; interest
charge. I;2.014,7(i9. The C. D. * Q. leases nnmarons
branch loads, giving ihera a trafiic ^arantee (nsnalljr
40 or 50 p. ct.) for purchasing their bonds. Enough
of the consolidated moitgagc is reserved to take up
In August. 1875, stock of this
prior dcl>ts.
Company was issncd in exchange for Burlington
Railroad stock, and the same is alf»
Missouri Itivcr
given tor the convertible bonds of Burlington
(V. 20, p. 1.5, 3?, 80, 184.
Mi.s.souri River Railroad.
335,499; V. 22, p. 231; V. 33, p. 63.)
In

lifTS.

A
a

j

.
.

:

. .
).

;

EAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

STl

[August 26, 1876.

Sobacrlbers 'wUl confer a eroat favor by clvlne; immedlato notice of any error discovered In these Tables.

DESCRIPTION.
For explanation of column
on tlist page

MUcB Date

lieadlngs,
of tables.

Ac, sec notes

70
44
40
43

mort., gold

—

Chicago, Cincinimti t£ Louittcitle 1 st mort
Chic, Clin. <fi Diib, 1st nu>rt., eoui>,, regis*ble
Chic., Dann. d: I'in.— 1st mort., gold, siuK'g f'd
Indiana extcn.. Ist mort., gold (2d mort on 114m)
Chicago, Dubmine d: iliitrtcsoia 1st mort
C/iMMj/ott/oicH— 1st mort., coup., may be reg
Chicago, Iowa <f .Vc/)r«js/«t—Stock

—

2d mortgage (now
3d
do
(now
Chic.
Ist
1st

1 st)
iid)

Uich. L. Shore

<£•

— Ist mort

Coupon,
but

]

mortgage
mortgage

I

may

|

be

mortgage, on brancb
J registered
<& St. Paul- -Com. stock
Prcflirrcd st'ck (7 p. c. y'rly, not cumulative)
Consolidated mortgage (for $35,000,000)
1 st

Ghicago, Milwaukee

73
00
114
21
131
80
82
82
82
195
195
195
52

1860
1863
1869
1870
1871
1872
1875
1863
1864
1867
1864
1809
1808
1868
1861
1872
1872
1873
1873
1866

370
370
220
49

(Iowa & Miimesota)
(Minnesota Central)
(Iowa & Dakota)
(Prairie
(Prairie

235
235

du Cliien)
du CUieu)

Western

Paul & Chic. 1st mort., $ & £ (oonv.)....
Ist mortgage, Hastings & Dakota
Ist mortgage, C'lileago & Mil. line
Eqnii). A bridge lionds (may be paid in 1878)

iso
75
85

St.

Western Union, 1 st mortgage
i'97
Ohieaao it Xorthirc.ttern—Coirntiou stock
1,459
Preierrcd st'ck (7 i>. c. y'rly, not cumulative)
1,459
Bonds, pref. (siuk'g fund), 1st mort., Cbic. to OsU. 193
Interest bonds, funded coup., 2d m., Chic, to Osli.
193

1859
1802
1859

1st mort., general, 3d mort.. Chic, to Oshkosh
193
Appleton extcn.. 1st mort. on 23 miles and hand.
23
Green Bay extcn., 1st mort. on 20 miles and land
20
1st mort., Galena & Chicago Un. RK. extended.
248
Mississippi River Bridge b'ds, lien on net earnings
BIgin & State Line Railroad bonds
l»t mort. (Peninsular RR.) on rojwls and Lands.
74
Ist mortgage (lieloit & Madison Railroml)
40
Oonsol. sink'g f'd M., (all aljove convert, into this)
779
Madison cxtensi<m, ist mort., sinliing fund. gold. 120
Chicago & Milwaukee, 1st mortgage, 2d lieu
85
Menominee extension, 1st mortgage, gold
120
Gen, cons, mort., gold, coui>. or reg. ($48,000,000) 1,058
Winona & St. Peter, lat mort., guar by Chic.&NW
137
do
do
2d mort.,
do
137
do
1st M. extcn, gld, land gr., s. f
175
La CrosBC, Trcmp. & P. 1st mort,, guar. (J. & N.W.
28
Iowa Midland, Isl mort., guar, by Chic. & N. W.
75
Northwestern Union. Ist mortgage, gold
02

1802
1853

.

i£ I'uil ucah—liit mortgage
Chicago, Peh'iu <C Southweiftern 1st mortgage

mortgage
Chicago, Rock Island
2<1

1 st

tC

fi'om 1877
Chic. & S'w<!stern, 1st mort., gold (guar in cur)
Chic. & S'wcstcrn, 1st mort., gold, not guar
Cincinnati, llamiltoH <£ Dayton Stock. .T
Ist mortg.igc of 18.53
.

—

do
do

\mf>
1807

•.

..

mort. (for .{(3,000,000), sink, fund 1 p. c.
Cin. Ham. & I. (Junction) RK., Ist mort., gnar
Cincinnati, La/ai/etic dj Chicago— Im mort., goid.
Consolidated mortgage

Canada Sl9M(A«>n.— Connection
ada Souihcm. Interest not paid.
Chicago

<&

Chicago, Cincinnati
tion fiu-nished.

&

Louisville.- -"No

Chicago, Clinton <& Dubuquf.— This road defaulted
It was bnilt by cont-tniction conmanies in
which directors of C. B. & Q. were stockholders.
in 187;i.

(V. 20, p. 85,

1-.4;

V.

Chicago, Danville

'ii,

A

p. 14,

61S)

Yincennes.—ThQra

is

also a

2d mortgage for $1,000,100 and a chattel mortgage
of $1,000,000, most of which are pledged. Default
was made in 18T3, and coupons partly fuoded, subBcqnently receiver appointed, and decree of forecloenre made .luly. I8!n. (V. 21, p. 157, 185, 347; V.
82, p. 87, 301, 544 ; V. 21. p. 1)1, 1£9 )
Chicago,

cember,

Dvbvque & Minneeola.—Jie^&\\\\&& Desame as Chicago C'lmtou & Dubuque.

1^73,

(V. 20, p. 85, 13J, 181; V. 2!, p.

14.)

Chicago & low 7.— Has a traffic guarantee of Chic.
Burlington & Quincy 40 per cent for purchase of
bonds. (V. 82, p. 87.)
diicago,

I waA.

to Chicago

&

A^etoiMio.— Leased in perpethit
Northwestern, at 'al)^ per cent of

gross receipts.
<S Michigan Lake
main line, have trafhc

Chicago

Shore. -The first mort-

agreement from Michigages,
gan Central. In default for mtere>^t since July, 1&73.

oxcepton first bonds
18, p. 14;

V.

19, p.

$477,000. (V. 17, p. 188, 211; V.
247; V. 20, p. 60, SliJ.)

Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul.—The earnings
were reduced in 1874 and 187.j by the lower freight
rates imposed by the Wisconsin railroad law.
In
rates the law was moditied, and with April, lS7r*,
higher rates again took effect, having a good influence on earnings. The following is a comparison for
throe years of operations, and financial condition
Ht the close of year

477,000

7
7

7
7
7

837,000
3,074,000
1,315,000
234,000

7

7

407,000
2,500,000
245,000

7

7
10

3,.500,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
100

8.

313

190,(XI0

7

8
7-3

7
g.

15,011,180

3^2

100
100 &c.
100 &c.

21,.502.233

31i2

1(K) &c.

3,568,.500

500 &c.
500 Ac.

140,000
204,000
1,692,000
1 82,000
120,500

7
7
7

1,237,600
737,400

1,000
1,000
iiC.

7
7
7
7
6
7

271,000
4,390,000

7

500 &c.

3.1.50,000

?^-

3il4.000

,000

1

7

1,700,000
2,700,000
10,583,000
2,750,000
1,650.000
4,375,000
1,000,000
1,350,000

1,000

7
7
7
7

g.
g.

7
10

g.

8

.500 &c.

3,.500,000

7g.

1,000
1.000
1,000

2,808,000

7

700,000
300,000
24,999,700

8
8

1875.

8

1,000,000
1,846,000
1,120,000

7
7
7

471,000

,000

1

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

7

.500,0CK)

100 &c

7

.7.

2.).

.1.

.(.

g.
g-

ISIS.

1874.
1,899
$27,^7:1,744

158 and 181. The

p.

plus of the year on the Chic.
proper, after paying interest,

A

was

Northwest, lines
$I,7ft7,.550,

and on

%

Gross
ea4-nings.

Expenses
and taxes.
$7,408 S57
7.984,694
9,334,463
8,178,237
6,810,026
6.3 1,506

.1.

.1.

trnst deed of the gold loan provides contingently for a possible issue of $4-',000,000. by ultimately absorbing all the other bonds and also all
subsec^ent issues, including all the bonds of the
proprietary roads of the company. to_ether a;;rgregating $3.5,349,000, wl.icli amount is reserved from
the $48,000,000. The residue of the gold loan, viz.,
$12,f.51,000. represents all the additional indebtedDividend*
ness resulting from the mortgage.
have been paid— Jnly, 18^3, 3X on preferred;
December. 1872, 3}i on both; June, 1873. 3>i on
preferred; December, 1871. 3>< on preferred; June,
1870.
6 on both;
1871, 5 on both; Deceinb. r,
June, 870, 2 on preferred; December, 1S69, 5 on
preferred, 4 on common June, 1869, 5 on both De
cember, I818. 5 on both. (V. 19, p. 295,375 558;
V, 20. p. 136, 1.S6, 593; V. 21, p. 109; V. 22, p.
544; V. -23, p. Ill)

The

-

;

Chicago

S

Net
earnings.
8'',S84.8 3
4.723,1 31
6,075.67.1
4.5«<',870

4,W2,135
5,383,408

;

PadufnA.—Completed

in Jnly,

1874.

(V. 19, p. 16; V. 20, p. 357; V. 21, p. 85.)

Chicago. Pekin
earnings

<fc

Gross

Southwestern.— Oponed

first

half

of

lt:74,

in 1873

$66,346;

net,

$;13,rJ0.

net sur-

the whole system, including profrietary roads,
$1,179,716. The net eurniugs of proprietary ro.ids
were $674,5^9. and the interest on their bonds,
$99?,422 Lands of the company are 2,15.i,.'>fi0 acres
unsold.
In 187ij-6, 10,4.'jt) acres were sold at an
average price of $2
per acre. The nominal surplus balance of the Company, May 31, 1876, was
$3,817,329. Operations of the C. & N. W. proper,
for the last six 3'eare, compare as follows

18^5-76 .... $12.77.3,71
1874-75 .... I2,707,12!i
1873-74
14,410,124
18:2-73 .. . ]2,7S\607
1071-73... .
11,402,161
1870-71
Il,li94,914

.1.

.1.

—

Chronicle. V.

.1.

.1.

6

1.39!)
1,899
$27,073,744
«:7,S73,744
26,287,610
Debt
S7.1i9,(01
27,119,610
9,0:6,123
Earnings
8,S.M,743
...
8,9M.017
6,r.91,.560
Op. expenses.
5,871,116
5,170,354
3,081,fi0;i
2 451,r,63
Net earnines.
8,088,.%9
The i^sue of cons'il. bonds of 1875 was made to t-ubstitutoftirihat of 1874; of these bonds$a7,339,000 are
reserved to take up old debt. The dividend on preferred stock March, 1874, was paid in consol. bonds
and the Fame Ai.ril. 1876. and aboat gl.00',0 were
is^'Ued jTuie. 18"6, for steel rails, La Crosse Bridge,
ard Milwaukee Elevator. See statements V. ij?, r.
Tlic sterling bonds of 1872
280, and V. S3, p 111.
are conveitible into dollar bonds. Dividends have
been paid since :?69— on pref. stock— in 18'6 14 per
cent, in bonds, and 3'/4 per cent in cash; in 1874 7
in bonds, 1873 7 cash, 1872 7, 1H71 7, 1870 7 and 3
scrip; on common stock in 1871 7 scrip. 1870 3 cash
and7 scrip. (V. 21, p. 38, !86, 253, 612; V. 22, p. 28 >,
4 2l,.Mi7; V. 23, p. 111.)
Chicaf/o <fc Northwest. The fiscal year ends with
May. The last annual report will be found in the
.

<fe

,1.

4

9,000,000
1,000,000
5,000,000
1,000,000
3,500,000
1,250,000
500,000

1,000
1,000

1895

.1.

1,000
1.000
1,000

100

75

7

1,

<fe

8
8
8
8

1,280,000
15,399,261
12,274,483
4.872.427
5,909,000
1,091,000
3,810,000

100

7.5

8
5

7
7

3,.523.0OO
1,3.50,000

June

<fe

g.

8

211, .500

100 &c.

1853
1865
1867
1875
1873
1871
1874

8

7g.

1,7.50,000

1,000
1,000

of Can-

informa-

7

3,838,200
508,200

500 &c.
500 &c.

1866
1875
1869
1871

250
50
00
60
60
60
00
98

Miles
Stock...

1,000,000
1,500,000
2,500,000
1,.500.000
4„42.5000

4,CM)0,000

1871
1870
1870
1872
1873
1871
1871

674
359

mortgage, sinking fund

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1871
1872

Branch bonds (sinking fimd $40,000

2d
3d

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

8
8

7g.
7

Boston, Co.'s Office.

& N. N.Y.,N. Bk. of Com'rce
May, 1879
& J.
do
July, 1889
do
& J.
do
July, 1878
do
& J. N.Y.,N.B'kofComm'rco J«ly, 1878
& J. New York and Boston.
Jnly, 1000
A. & O.
Boston.
Oct., 1890
& J. New York and Boston.
July, 1890
& O.
April, 1879
Boston.
& J.
&. O. N. Y., Union Trust Co.
April 1, 1902
& J. N. Y.,rarm. L. & T. Co. Jan., 1887
D. Bost., C:, B. & Q. Office. June 1, 1896
A. & O. New York, Co.'s Office,
April, 1909
A. & O.
April, 1912
do
do
J. & D. Bost., C, B. & Q. Office. June 1, 1896
J. & J. New York and Boston
July 1, 1901
J.
J. Boston, by Treasurer.
July 1, 1876
J. & J. Bostoii, Merchants' B.k. July 1, 1888
F. & A. New York, Park Bank. Aug. 15, 1892
M. & 8. Bost., Treasurer's office,
Sept. 1889
J. & J.
do
July, 1890
do
M. & N.
Nov., 1891
do
do
M.& S.
do
do
Sept. 1, 1892
Jan., 1871
J. & J.
New Y'ork, Office,
A. &-0.
do
Oct. 5, 1876
do
J. & J.
do
do
July 1, 1905
& J.
1893
do
do
& O.
1884
do
do
1897
& J.
do
do
1894
& J.
do
do
1899
& J.
do
do
& A.
1898
do
do
& A.
do
1898
do
1891
& J. New York, Office.
& J. London and New Y'ork. Jan., 1902
1902
& J. New Y'ork, Office,
1903
& J.
do
do
& D.
June 1, 1883
New Y'ork, Office.
& A. N. Y., Mil. St. Paul RR. Feb. 1896
& D. New York, Co.'s Office Dec. 28,1872
do
do
July 15, 1873
J. & D.
F. & A.
do
do
Ang. 1, 1885
M. & N.
May, 1883
do
do
F. & A.
do
do
Aug. 1, 1885
F. & A.
do
do
Aug. 1, 1885
F. & A.
do
do
Aug. 1, 1885
1882
F. & A.
do
do
Jan. 1, 1884
do
do
J. & J.
do
Juiv 1, 1878
& J.
do
do
do
Sept. 1, 1898
M. & 8.
do
Jan., 1888
J. & J.
do
Feb. 1, 1915
Q.-F.
do
do
April, 1911
A. & O.
do
do
July 1, 1898
do
do
& J.
D.
do
June 1, 1911
do
Dec. 1, 1902
& D.
do
do
Jan. 1, 1887
do
do
& J.
Nov. 1, 1907
& N.
do
do
Dec. 1, 1916
do
& D
do
April 1, 1878
do
A. & O.
do
do
Oct., 1900
A. & O.
do
Jime 1, 1915
M. & 8.
do
do
July 1, 1903
A
K. A A. N. Y., Farm. L. A T. Co. Aug. 1, 1901
1891
A. A 0.
A. A 0. New York, Co. s Office, April 27, 1876
1896
do
do
A J.
Ang. 1, 1895
do
K. A A.
do
Nov., 1890
M A N.
do
do
A D.
ApriY,1873
A. A 0. N.Y.,Winslow L. A Co.
May 1, 1880
do
M A N.
do
Jnly 20, 1885
A
do
do
Jimc, 1877
A D.
do
do
Oct., 1905
A. A 0.
do
do
Jan., 1903
do
A
do
M A 8. N.Y., J.S.Keunedy A Co. Mch. 1901
Nov. 1, 1914
do
do
J. A

M.

2,.500,000

100
100 &c.
500 &e.

1870-1
1871-1

64

Con.sol.

402,000

D.

when Due,

Slocks— last
Dividend.

J.
J.
J.
J.

8

318,.500

1,000
1,000
.500 &c.
1 ,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1.000

150
70

—
Pacific— Stock

J. &.

8
8
8
8
8
8

900,500
720,000

500 &e.

iionrfs— Principal,

Whom.

Payable

Cent.

1,081,0<X>

<fcc.

1,000

500

1803
1803
1865
1871

.

Chicago

500

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
When Where Payable, and by

Rate per

$455,000
267,000
597,000
435,000
322,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

100
100

"

2d mortgage
1 st mortgage
1st mortgage
iBt mortgage
1st mortgage
2d mortgage
Milwaukee &

Outstanding

500 &0.
500 &c.

1,399
1,399

1st mortgage

Amount

$1,000

51
31

& Warsaw, 1st mortgage ..
Keokuk & St. l"aul, Ist mortgage.
Albia KnoxvUle & Des Moines, 1st mortgage

—

1875
1869
1869
1868
1808
1870
1870
1870
1809
1875
1872
1807
1871
1809
1872
1871
1871

32

Qulucy

Canada SouUieni—lat

Par
Value.

40

m

<£•

Size, or

of

Koad, Bonds

Chicago, JlurUiif/toyi dt Quiney—fContinuetll—
Bonds of 187."), (niuking fuud $13,8()0 per year)
Cartliat'e <fe Burliiigtou, Ist mort.
Dixon I'uoria & Hannibal, Ist m...
American Central, Ist mortgage..
Coupon,
Peoria & Hannibal, Ist mort
but may be.
Ottawa, Oswego & Fox Riv., Ist
rcgistereil.
lUinuis Grand Trunk, 1st mort

Chicago

of

Chicago. Hock Island
April I,

*

Poci/Jc— Net receipts in

against
$3,687,028,
for year
Gross receipts, $7,342.1p9; net
as fillows
receipts, $.'1,687.0:8; dividend payments, $1,(>78,.384;
interest, Ac, $i86,000; nominal surplus for the year,
il,214,0jl. Chicago A Southwest, road is leased and
interest guaranteed on $5,000,000 of its bonds
the others are in defantt. (V. 20, p. 614; V. 21,
p. 38, 186, 253; V. 2.3, p. 13.)

year eliding

$3.I543,'!63 in 1874-7.'i.

was

1876,

The income account

:

Cincinnati, nami'too <t D/iylon.—Hee report inV.
p. 30, showing net income of $137,51.^ in 1876-6.
Investigating Committee's report, V. 20, p. 357.
(V. 19, p. 183; V. 21. p. 62; V. 22, p. 280; V.23, p.39.)
•J3,

&

Cafojffo.— Lafaj-ette. Ind.,
Cincinnati, Lafayette
to Kankakee, 111. Gross earnings in 187S, $400,051,
net, $178,903. (Y. 20, p. 668.)

J

Aug. St

—

:

..
.

.

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

2', 1876.

zvii

Subscriber* will eoufer a ereat lavor by k>t1uz tmmediate notice of any error discovered la tbeae Tables.
I>ESCRIPTION.

MUes Date

For oxplonatluii of uoUimu lictulingH,
ou tlrat page of tublcH.

&e., see uotot'

Cin. <* 3Iarttnni>Ule—lHt nioit.,Kn.'ii' liy IcgHoeH
(Jincinnuli d} MusJcinffum Vattetf iHt mortgage...
Cm., lilchinond <C- Chic. Ist iimrt., kuui*. C. 11. «StD.
D.
lid luortgaKi', (jiuir. mid owikmI Uy V. H.
Cin., Itichmuiul it Ft. \V.—\nl luort., gold, guiir.,
block
Viiicinnuti, Sunthisky d ClcccUiml

—

—

&

—

Preferred Htoek
Mortgage bouds, Sandusky, Dayton & Ciuciuuatl
do
Sandiutky city & Ind
do
Clnclunatl, HandUHky & Clcvc.
Ciiu:innali it Sprinijjteld iHt mortgage, guar

2d

inortgagt^
IVitft.

do
do

iHt luortgagts

. .

mort.

..

extended

uuu'tgjvge (now 2d)
I-isl>on, Ist mortgage

Hinking fund,

& New

liil

Clev€Umd, JUL Vernon <£ Del.—lnt mortgage, gold
let mortgag(*. ('oluuiUns Extension
Income mt)rtgage for funding

—

(C-

1,500,000
560,(KK)
65,(K)0

1,(K)0

1866

778,<HX)
3.50,000

1,072,300

1871
1872
1871

1857
1870
1870
1871

3

228,(KK>
844,(K)0

3,000,000

7
7
7

2,50O,(MM)

2,759,200

1,000
1,000

1,350,(K)0
950,(K)0

'so

1,000
1,000
1.000
1,000

18

18»i8

100 &c.

80
89
76

1870

630,(KK)
487,9(K)

500,000
090,994
11,243,479
1,104,844
2,701.000
1,342,000
2,000,000
584,000

1,000

1 ,272,(K)0
1,920,9,50

50
18<i7

500 &c.

1870
1872

1,.500,(KK)

,000
1,000

300,000

100
1,000

13,938,972
10,428.000

1

1868

689,00(1

451,000
2,032,000

Indianapolis Central).
(Columtuis
do
(Union & Logansport)
do
(Tole<Io, I.rf)gansi)ort & Burlington)
do
(Columbus & Iiul. 1st and 2d pref.)
do
(Cincinnati & Cliieago Air ].,lne)...
do
iM mortgage (Colunibns & Indianapolis Central)
(Indiana Central)
do
(Chicago & Great Kivsteru conKtrnc.)
do
(O)liimbiis, Chicago & Ind. Central)
do
do
do
Income convertible
Income (Toledo, Logausport <& Burlington)
Columbuii, Sprini/Jteld it Cincinnati 1st mort
OotumMoi d Xenia — Stock
let mortgage
il>c

1865

531,500
313,000
217,750
821.(MX>

—

45
70
55
35

Concord — Stock
Concwd d- Porhtmouth—Htock
I'astsainpsic Stock
Connecttrut
New mortgage (for $1 ,.500,000)
Ist mortgage, sinking fund
Notes, coupon
Massawippi st'k, guar, same div. as Conn. & Pass.
Ixmds, guar, by Conn. & Pass
do

56
44
68

2d mortgage, sinking fund, (guaranteed)
Cumberlund Valley—aioci. (*.1.S4,900 preferred)
1 St mortgage
2d mortgage

38
38
82
52
52

....

Cincinnati <ft j|/orrtn*iiyfc.— Receiver appointed.
Feb.. 1876.
Sold in forcclosnre, .(unc, 1876. (V.

p 232, 614; V. it, p 85.)
Miiskinnum VaUey. Is 'eased for 09
to Pittso., Cin. & St. Lonia for net

21,

Richmond

Cincinnati,

&

guaranteed.
<.

Chiccu/o.-

19,

Net

614.)

Leased to Cin..

Ham. & Dayton, which owns most of the stock. Net
income above

interest, 18T5-6. $8,229. (V. 21, p.

Cmcinnili, Dichtnond

*

62.)
Fort Wayne.— \xSLfeA to

Grand Rapids for 99 years. Interest on bonds is
gaarante d by Grand Jifto ds. Cincinnati Hamilton
& Dayton, and by Pennsylvania Co. (V.S2, p 532.)
Cincinnati, Sandusky tfe Cieveland. In the year
ending .June ;10, K.'S, gross earnings were $857,69.5;
expenses. $.56l,';75; net earnings, $295,919. being
$28,743 better than in lif73-71. (V. 21. p. S 9 1 .)
Cincinnuti cfc Spi-iiujfid'l. Leased in perpetuity
to Clev. Col. C. A I., with guarantee of interest
on first morteage half of interest is also guaranteed

—

—

by Lake Sh.

&

Cir.cinnati,

M.

S.

Wbash

<t

ITichigan .—Paid interest

January, 1876. to bondholders uotconscntiiigto pass,
and allow funds to be used for coinpletion of road.
Some bonds held Uy L. Sh. & Mich. S<>'n. but no in-

dorsement by that company.

(V. 22, p.

ir)8.)

—

Cleveland, Colnmbut!, t'incinjiati A hidianap. By
the annual report surplus over interest in 187.5
waet"i00,861. Nelcarjiings in ISIS. $384,02), against
»90J,674 in 1874. (V. 20, p. 241; V. 21, p. 68, 2M;
V. 22, p. 2-)7, 303.)
Cleveland * Mahoning Va'.'ey.- -Is leased to Atlantic & Great Western, and interest on bouds is
paid. (V. 20, p. 8,5, 1.S9.)
Clevetaml, Mount Vernon ift /Wawar«.— Defanllfd
July, 1874, and made compromise by whicli all the
coupons due Julv. 11174, and one-half of coupons
from January 1, 1875, to and including July 1, !877,
are ;o he postponed to .Ian. 1, 1885. and the rcmaiuine half to be poid as they mature. Gross earnings

expenses, $.S8-|,360; net,
1875, $l2<i,0J7;
(See report, V. 20, p. 3 SO; V. -.2, p. 360.)

1,000

500 &c.

3,000,0tK)

607,500

"ioo

1858
1871
1870

500

<tc.

1,000

996,000
803,500
594,000

.50

$96,f,07.

1866
1868

1,777,8.50

i',6oo

161,000

500<fce.
,5oO &c.

109,.500

81,800
.50
600,000
33 '60-'72 100 Ac.
500,000
51
1868 200 &e.
1,400,000
117 1869
2,(100,000
1,000
170 1871
1,000 20,0(.K)p. m.

—

p.

1,000

400,000
216,000
2,100,000
250,000
1,000,000

289,.500

4(K),000

100 Ac.

bonds
Danbvru <f Norwalk Stock
1st, 2d .ind .3il mortgages
Danville, Uaslclon rf WHkesharre—lat mort
Danville, Urbana, Bl'ton d I'ekin—IM M., gold
Davenport d St. /'«i((— 1st mortgage, gold

is

1869
1875

1,500,000
350,000
2,175,500
670,500

7

—

Cincinnati &
years from 187:3
earnings, but boni'ed intt-rcst
earnin<;.'<, :8r3, $.'ir).741.
(V. 22,

18.56

50
100
100
100 &e
100 &c
100 &c
100

5(!

—

V.

1873

3H
38

Conneriirtif \'((tli'!/—lsi mortgage
Conner! ir lit U'esli'rii 1st mortgage
Connecting (liiihi.)—\nt mortgage
Cambertand it I'ennsf/lFanin Ist mortgage

80, p. 289;

1,000

50

'66-'7]

—

666,500
341,400
3,092,000
3,847,000
74,024
1,000,000
1,786,200
302,000

1,000

144
110
110

Connecticut Pcjid-n;— 1st mortgage for $100,000...
ConnfClicnt Hirer Stock
1st mort L'ii^c (sinking fund now .$148,931)

Common

1871

41

—

rf-

775.tlO0

"33

UkmUmd

Jk

7g.

I'g.
g.

"1%
6
7
7
7
6

!«
7
7
7
j-

1 lO, .^16;

V.

—

2.',

1

.

;

1875-6, $270,296.

(V.

S'J,

p.

565.)

1 ,

1,

Cleveland Offlce.
N. Y., Ward,('. & Co.
Ang. 1. 1893
Cleveland, at Ollice.
Sept. 15, 1876
Jan.. 1890
J N. Y., Union Tnist Co.
J. N. Y., Wlnslow, I.. & Co. Jan. 1, 1900
do
do
Jau. 1, 1901
8.

do
do
do

J.

N.
J.

L.

AT.

Ck>.

do
do
do

Sept. 1, 1876
Jan., 1892

Nov.
Jan.

1,
1,

1900
1913

Cleveland, Ohio.
Phila., Co.'s Offlce.
D,
D. Boston, Treas.'s Office.
A.
O. N. Y., St. Nich. Nat. B'k

do
do

do
do

J.
J.

N.Y., St. Nlch. Nat. B'k.

do

do

Various

June 1. 1898
June 1, 1890
Ang. 16, 1870
Oct. 1, 1897
July 1, 1880
Jan. 1, 1892
April ,1908
1893 to '95

Nov., 1904
do
& J.
do
Dec, 1905
A. & O
do
do
Feb., 1884
F. & A.
do
do
Dec., 1883
7
do
J. & J
do
7
1886 to '90
Various
do
do
Nov., 1904
7
M. & N.
do
do
Jan., 1882
7
J. & J.
do
do
10
do
do
J. & J.
7
F. & A.
do
do
Feb., 1890
7
F. & A.
do
do
7
F. & A.
do
do
7
M. & 8. N. Y., Union Trust Co. Sept. 1, 1901
Sept. 10, 1876
Columbus Treasury.
Q.-M.
7
m:& 8. N. Y., Am. Exch. N.B'k Sept. 1, 1890
5
M. & N. Boston, Tower, G. A Co. Mav 1, 1876
3I3
Julv 1, 1876
Boston.
J. Ac J.
Feb. 1, 1875
3
F. & A.
Boston Office.
April 1, 1893
7
A. & O.
do
Dec. 1, 1870
6
J. & D.
do
1876 to '81
7
Various
do
Feb. 1, 1875
3
F. A A.
do
July 1, 1889
C g. J. & J.
do
Oct., 1895
7
A. & O.
4
Boston, Bost. A Alb. ER .Tiilr 1, 1876
J. &
6
M. & S. Boston, Globe Nat. B'k Sept. 1, 1878
7
J. & J N. Y., Am, Exeh. N. Bk. J.an. 1, 1901
7
& J New York and Boston. Julv 1, 1900
1900-'l-'2-'3-'4
Philadelphia.
6
M. & S.
M. & S New York, Co.'s Office March 1, 1891
6
Mar 1, 1888
do
6
M.& N.
do
pril 1, 1876
5
A. & O. Phila. and Carlisle, Pa.
A. & O. Phila., T. A. Biddle A O. April 1, 1904
8
Api-ill, 1908
8
A. & O.
do
do
6
A. & O.
do
Jan. 1, 1884
do
June, 1876
Q.-M. New York and Danlmry
7
J. & J. New York. 84 Broadw'y
1880. '00. '92
A. & O.
Oct. 1. 1888
7
Phila. Pcnn. RK. Co.
April, 1909
7g. A. & O. N. Y., F.inn. L. A T. Co
July, 1911
7g. A. & O. N. Y., Lond. A l-Yankf't
J.

"

.T.

,1.

p. 3"i2.)

fale.
Leased to Philadelphia A Read
No dividends paid on stock.
Colorado C^ntral.—BnWt mainly by Union Pacific,
which holds the bouds, $5,270,S93 in all. (V. 21, p.
65; V. 22, p. 61, .'>67, 614; V. 21, p. 1S3.)
Col*mlnt8 <t Jlockinfj Va'lei/.--QTOS)^ earnings,
ISIS, »877.590; net, $.3-8,376, aeainst $.3.57.077 in 1874.
See annual report Y. 20. p. 476; V. 22, p 350.)
Co'umbm, Chicago c6 / diana Cen/ral.— This was
a consolidation (Dec. 4, 1867). Ou January 22, 1869, it
was leased by the Pittsburgh Cincinnati A St.
Louis, guaranteed by Pennsylvania Railroad. An
amended lease wa^ "made Feb.. I, 1870. also guaranteed by Penn. RR
The amended lease euaranteed interest on $15,821,000 ol first and second bonds.
Aug.. '74. (Jefault was made on the $5,000 000 seconds.
April 1, 1875, defaulted on Itt mort. The guarantee
of interest was absolute, but the Pennsylvania Railroad claims that the C. C. .t I. (". Co. did not fulfil
all its part.
Bondholders claim that no such failure
after bonds had been sold with the guaranty could
prejudice their rights.
Suit is pending agamst
Pennsylvania Railroad. Interest on most of the old
prior bouds has been taken up. Net earnings, 1875,
$6%,44 >. (V. 20, p. 29. 61 140, 62. 21 3S5, 3 J5. S82,
420. .593; V. '21. p. 13, 317, 511, 534; V. '.2, p. 352,
493. 519.590; V. 23, p. 40.)
Cotumhus A Xenia.— This road is leased to the LitMiami Co.. and both roads for 99 years to Pittstl
burg Cinn. A St. Louis Co. the lease 'is guaranteed
by Pcnnsylvtnia Railroad, and the terms are 8 per
cent on stock and intt-rest on bouds.
Concord.— Pays ;0 per cent a year; net receipts in

Coltbrook

'mg.

J.
J.
F.

&
A
&
&
&
&
&
&
&

1,

N.
A.

A.'&O.

7

7
7
7

SI7f,385 over all expenses, interest, Ac.
Cleveland, Titscarawas Valley cfe Wheel-ng.—Tii^^
road was sold under a 2d mortgage, .Tan. 27, 1875, and
,

J.

A.

Pittsburgh.- -^x^rA to Pennsylvania

(V. 20, p. 6

M.

1,

Dec.
April

do
do
Wabash, Indiana.
8. TruHtOo.
D
do
do
June, '75 to '8*
do
do
Until 1899
J.
do
N.
do
Mav, 1899
D. New York or Ijondon. June 1, 1014

Q.-M. N.Y.,Farm.
J.

J.
J.

Railroad at 7 p;T cent on stock, besi.lea expenses
and mten-st, and tnuisferred to Pennsylvania Co.
Report for 1875. V. S2, p. 206, shows surplus of

re orginized.

&
&
&
&
&
&.
&
&
&

1877
1890
1901
1902
July 1, 1801
Feb. 1, 1876
Sept.

N. Y.,U.

&. A.

'"%'
7
7
7

do

N. Y., Union Tnist Co.
N. Y., U. B. Trust Co.

7

50
500 &c,
500 &c,
500 &c.

1862
1867
1873

do

7
7

1,000
l.OOO
1,000

18(i9

13
89
587

7

14,991,692

18(jb

1864

I>.

3
6

100
500

When One.

Htor.k»-LaKt
DivtdeoiL

Sl

I'-

2,(M)0,000
651, (KK)
1,2(K),000

1,0<M)

1874
187ii

1,000
1,000

JJonrf«— PrincI'
pal.

by

& A New York, Co.'* OBIce. July, 1005
}. New York, Morau Bros.
Jan., 1901
& J N. Y., Wlnslow, L. & Co. July. 1895
& J.
do
ilo
Jau. 1, 1889
& D. N. Y., Wlnslow, 4 Co. June, 1921
Boston, onice.
do
&N
May l,'l870
do
do
& A
do
Aug. 1, 1900

7
7
7

,800,000

429,037

m«7

199
199
199

<C-

1

4,005,7.50

18.V2

80
48

INTKKE8T OK DIVIDENDS.
When Wh*re Payable and
Oeut.
Pay'ble
Whom.

$400,000

1,(MK)

1,000
1,000

50
50

14,'S

ritlsbttn/h Guaranteed stock
4th m<irtgage (now' iHt)
Consoliilatcd sinking fund nuu't. for $,'i,000,00«..
CouNrruction an<l etiuipiih-ut bonds
CleveUtml. Titsciirdwas Vulleij <t Wheelin<j—lK\, m...
CoUbrookdale — 1st mortgage
Colorado Oenirul—l»t mortgage, convertible
Cotumhus d- Uoch'inff V«(/cy—Stock
1st mortgiige, sink'nig fund bonds
Ist mortgage, Logan & Straitsville Branch
2d mortgage bonds
Columbus, Clticujio
Indiana Central—Stock
let mortgage Columbus, Cbi<'.. & Ind. Central
(Cliieago & Great Eastern)
do
Cleoel(tii<l

36
00

Amount

Outstanding Kate per

$1,000

171
171

67
35

lud.) excli. for new
Bliiking fund
$7,,')00,000)

iUihduinn roi/ei/— Stock

<£•

1865
1870
I860
1869
1871

3(i

471
138
202
390
390

..

C, C, C. vfe I.
mortgage (for

Consolidiite^l

Cleteland

Nil<!«

&

(Bel.

38
148

"67

Vleeeland, (lolumhiiH, CinciunnliiC' liul.—HUivk..
1st mortgage (C, (). & C. KK.) $-2.'i,0()0 a year.

par

Rood. Bonds Value.

HI

J/k7i— iKt mortgage

rf:

Size or

of

.

—

Cin.,

of

ConcoT

t

<6

fl5rf«nou<A.— Leased to Concord

KR,

at $25,000 per year.

Connecticut 4 P.fS»t/mpsic.—AnnnB\ report tQ
June, 875. shovred net eandngs for vear $226,875,
against $'272,790 in 18:.3-4. Div. passed Aog, 1875.
The new mort^ige of $1,5(X)
will retire prevlooi
i8.-ue8.

(V. 41,

11.877.)

Connecticut C«n<i a/.— Leased to Connrctirnt Val>
ley at a rental cjverlng interest. (V. 22, p. 209.)
C.nnecficut R rer.-^et eirnh\z» lS'3-4. $296,067.
Surplus account Oct. 1, 1874, f:618,0.39. (V 20, p. 61.)
C nneclicut Valley. In default and surrendered
to second mortgage bondholders. (V. 23. p. 40.)
earninijs 1S71-5. $184,Coii'ifclicut Western.—
295; interest, Ac, $'221 1?6. Coupons passed Jnly,
1876. (V.21, p. 611.)
Connecting.— Uascd to Philadelphia A Trcn'OD,
and opi'ratcd bj Pennsylvauia; terms, 6 per cent on
$1,2;8,.300 stock, and interest on the bonds.
Cumbeiland t Pennsylvania.— Owrn?i\ and operated by Consolidation Coal Co., which guarantees
Sd mortgage. Stock $1,500,000. (V. 22. p. 415.)
CumbeiL.nd 'alley.— The stoik is owned in large
part by I'c uusj Kama Railroad Co. Net earnings,
year ending Sej t. 30. 1875, $260,5*4. Larsre advances
have been mat e to branch roads. This company
paid 9 per cent in 1871, C in 1372, nothing in 1878,
but resumed ii 1874, and declared 5 per cent, in
October, and s jmi-annuallv since.
Danbury eft A orwo/it --Gross earninss. 1874-75,
$ti.7.fl2f>:
exp< nses. $87,410; inte-est .ind taxee,
$42,191; urpli.s, $37.4)5

NH

Damille Ha teton it Hj/twinrrf.— Leased, March,
The
1S72, to Pcnni ilvania Railroad for S3 years.
coupons due C Hober, 1874. were purchased by Pennsylvania Railr ad.

In default, April, 1873.

(V. *),

p. 33'i. 476. 51K) 170.)
Danvi'le CS H«a,

B'oominglon * Pelin. —Thl« it
a part of the /ndianapolis Bloomingtcn A Western,
now in defa- it. See I. B. A W.
Davenptr t A St. Pau^.— Sold in foreclosnre. March
Re-organized as Davenport A Norlhwe«t2, 1876.

em.

til, 313. 59f;
87, S81, 306, 515, 690;

fV. 20. p.

V.S2, p.

V,2I. p. 441. 570, 613;
Y. 23, p. 15».)

. .
. .

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

xHn
Snbacrlbera

vrill

Miles

f'or explanation of culiimu beadiUKB. tSic., aeo notes
at tlie bead of first page of tables.

it

1

Date

Size, or

of

Par

of

142
112
142
142
142

Micliigaii—Com. stock (3i2giiar. C.H.&D.)

$50
1871
1856
1867
1869

3d nioi (gage
Toledo depot (cost $353,940) 1st and
mortgage
61&64
36 1865
DayUm ll'f »7ern— 1st M., guar. L. M. & C. & X.
Delaware Ka ilroad—Stock
llOHi
Extension mortgage
13 18.59
,...
IIOI3 1875
Mortgage bonds, convertible, giuir. P. W. ii B..
Delaware <t Ilmind Ilrook— Ist mortgage
27 1875
195
Delaware, Lnclcawaima <£ Wesl^:ru .Stock
2d mortgage (Delaware, Lackawanna & Western) 115 18.56
Bond.", {ciinvortible June 1, 187.5 to '77)
1872
Laekav.anna & Bloonisb., 1st mort. (extension).
60 18.50
25 18.58
do
do
ad mortgage
106 1869
Dmver Paci/fc— Ist mortgage, gold, land grant..
118 1870
Denver ft Rio '^'aiM/e— Ist mort., gold, sink, fil
Des Moinejt Fort Dodge — 1st nn)rtgage, coupon.
88 1874
Detroit, Eel Uiner <t ///.—1st mort., coup, or reg
94 1871
2d mortgage
94 1873
Detroit. Liinsing it Lal^e Mich. Ist mortgage
164 1871
23 1872
Ist mortgage, on brandies
164 1873
2d mortgage, on main road
Ionia & Lansing, 1st mort., eoup., may l>e reg..
59 1869
do
ilo
59 1870
2d mortgage
do
Detroit it Milwaukee— Ist mortgage bonds
190 1855
2d mortgage, April 28, 183(j
1856
» Ist funded coupons, Nov. ID, 1800
1860
2d funded coupons, Nov. 13, 1836
1863
Bonds of June 30, 1800 (conditional)
1866
SterIing;(Oak, & Otta. RK.) Oct. 1, 1853, gold...
18.53
Dollar fOak. & Otta, RR.) bonds, Oct, 1, 1853...
18.53
1st mort. (Detroit & Pontiac RR.), April 1, 1851
1831
3d mortgage (Detroit & Pontiac RR.), Feb. 1854
18.54
2d mortgage, (Detroit & Pontiac RR.), Jan. 1853.
18.53
Bonds of Sept. 1, 1800, (Limit $300,000)
1866
Bonds & mortgage on Detroit real estate
Dubtique i£- .Sioux Cittj Stock
143
Ist mortgage, 1st division
100 1863
Ist mortgage, 2d division (for $1,400,000)
43 1864
Dubuque tio II I hwesleni— 1st nH>rt.,pref.,sink. fd.
55 1863
1st mortgage, Oct. 1, 1863
55 1863
Dunkirk, AUeyh.Valleji <£• Pittsburg— lat mort., gold
90 1870
Duchess i£ Columbia — 1st mortgage
58 1868
£ast Tennessee, Viri/iniu <£ Gi-orffidStoclii
270
Ist mortgage sluicing fund l>oiids
242 1870
EastTenn. & Georgia (.$'.t5.000 are endorsed)
112 50-'56
East Tennessee ami Virginia (endorsed)
130 1836

M

cfi

'

.

.50

1,000
1,000
1,000
500 &c.
1,000

50

.

tf:

.

—

—

Government

2d mortgage

to U. H.
i'CHH.v/// iviiua—Stock

mortgage

Ist

—

Eastern Mass.) Stock
Essex RR. bonds. Sept. 1856
Ten Year Notes due 1885, April 18(>5
Bonds due 1888, March, 1808 to 1860
do
1889, May 1869
Ten Year Notes
(

100,(M)0

"50

39
39
78
78
78

1874
1876
1860
1866
1860
1863

959

Preferred stock (7 p. o. y'rly, not eunuilative)
Ist mortgage (extended in 1867 to 1897)
2d mortgage, convertible (extended to 1879)

1847
1849
1853
1857
1858
1861
1803
1805

3d mortgage
4th mortgage, convertible
5th mortgage, convertible
Buffalo Branch Bon<ls
Co. mortgage
Sterling bondii, convertible, £1,000,000

Long Dock

Dayton tfi Afichigati.— Leased in perpetuity to Gin.
Ham. & Dayton, whicTi pays interest on bonds, and
fiarantees dividends on stock, holding itself

26, 187tf.

SIX) &e.

100 &e.
500 &e.
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
Various

100
500
500 &c.
500
1,000
1,000
"ioio

1,000
1,0(M)

1,000

50
100 &e.
100

pany's

operations consist in large part of coal
transportation, and no annual report
issued except the statistics required by the State
of Pennsylvania. The Morris & Essex liailroad is
leased and some of its bonds gnarautced. From
the last annual report published in Chronicle (V.
83, p. 13), tlie following comparison is taken:

minmg and

is

Net

£200

3,200,000
2,500,000
1,968,274
2,999,000
730,000
147,000
190,000
1,309,200

493,900
4,997,600
194.400
160,000
1,000.000
500.000
3,516,000
1,000,000
3,000,000
2,000,000
400,000
200,000
500,000
500,0(X)

1,000,000
370.000
78,000.000
8,536,910
2,483,000
2,174,000
4,852,000
2,937.000
709,.500

182,600
3,000,000
4,457,714

A.

&

H.& D.Co. April, 1876
Winslow, L. &, Co.
•Inly, 1876
do
July, 1881
do
do
Sept., 1887
do
do
do
Oct., 1888
do
Mar.,'81 & '94
do
N. Y., Am. Exeh. N. B'k Jan. 1, 1905
Dover, Co.'s Ottie*.
July 1, 1876
Phila.,Girard Nat. Bank Jan. 1, 1880
Phil., Fid'lity I.T.&.8.C0 July 1, 1895
Philadelpliia.
1905
New York Ottlcc.
July 20, 1876
do
do
March 1,1 881
do
June, 1892
do
do
March, 1885
do
do
April 15, 1880
do
N. Y., Bk. of Commerce. May 1, 1899
N. Y., Rutten & Bonn. Nov. 1, 1900
New York.
Jan. 1, 1904
N. Y., Mercantile Bank, June 1, 1891
do
Feb. 1, 1888
do
April 1, 1896
Boston, Co.'s oHlce.
do
do
Dec. 1, 1897
do
Feb. 1, 1893
do
do
Julyl, 1889
do
do
May 1, 1880
do
N.Y.,M.K.Je8up,P.& Co. Nov. 1, 1880
May 13, 1875
do
do
do
May 15, 1875
do
do
do
May, 1875
New York & Detroit. July 1, 1886
New York & London. Nov. 15, 1873
N.Y.,M.K.Je8Up,P.& Co. Nov. 15, 1873
AprUl, 1878
do
do
do
do
Feb. 15, 1886
do
do
Jan. 1, 1878
do
do
.Sept., 1 1886

O. Cincinnati. C.

Q.-J. N.
J.

<fe

Dividend.

J.
S.

Y.,

M.

A.

.1.

.r.

I
I

Boston, Co.'s

3

M.&
M.&
7
M. &
7
6g. M. &
M. &
7
"g
&
&
6
&
2»a
&
&
7
5
&
1
3^ J. &
M. &
7
M. &
M. &
A. &
J. &
J. &
J. &
6 g. 'M. &
6

.

Office,

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
London, Baring Bros.
New York Agency.

6

6
6

J. Phila.,

O.

N.
J.
J.

Phila.,

O.

Phila., Penn. R. R. Co.
N. Y., Co.'s office.

J.

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
uo
do
do
do
Loudon.

8.
a.

.

o.

D.
J.

D.
8.

April,

1885

Mar., 1888

May, 1889
1882
1892
Mar. 1, 1893
Nov. 1, 1884
1, 1880
1, 1886
May, 1870
Jidy, 1870
Jan. 1, 1880
Oct. 1, 28C2

Girard Nat. B'k. Jan.

do
do
Penn. R. B. Co.
do
do
Phila., Penn. Trust Co

N.

J\dy 15, 1873
Sept., 1876

Apl.

73
1873
1897
1879
Sept.
Mar.
1883
Oct.
1880
June
1888
July
1891
1893
Jan.,
Sept. 1, 1875
Oct.
Oct.

May

1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,

1

East Pennsylvania.— Leased to Philadelphia iSs
Read'ng at 7 per cent on stock and bonds. Dividends are 6 per cent per annum.

21,

Dubuque

&

—

Sioux City. Leased to Illinois Cenfor 20 years, at 35 per cent of gross earnyears, and .36 afterwards. In 1815 gross
earnings were $1,194,268.

$.38,6 3,185

5,347,72.-)
3,244,633
6,248,465
.3.369,813
4,746,678
2,709,509
8,85 ,484
1,549,733
4,106,282
1,240,513
20, p. 85; V. 22, p. 232.)

1,000

81, .500
4.50,000

Whom.

Payable

&
& O.
M.& a.
6& 7 J. & J.
3
J. & J.
6
J. & J.
6
J. & J.
7
F. & A.
Q.-J.
21a
M. & 8.
7
7
J. & D.
7
M. & 8.
7
A. &. O.
7g. M. & N.
7g. M. & N.
6
J. & J.
8
J. & J.
7
M. & N.
8
A. & O.
8
J. &. D.
8
F. & A.
8
& J.
M. & N.
8
M. & N.
7
8
M. & N.
7
J. & J.
7
M. & N.
6& 7 J. & J.
Cg. M. & N.
7
M. & N.
7
A. & O.
F. & A.
8
7
& J.
M.& 8.
7
10
Various
Detroit office.
Various.
3
A. & O. N. Y.,M.K.Jo8up,P.& Co. Apr. 15, 1876
7
J. & J.
do
1883
do
7
J. & J.
do
1894
do
7
J. & J. N. Y.,M.K.Jcsup,P.& Co.
July, 1883
7
& O.
do
do
Oct., 1883
& D. N.Y., N.Y. Cent. & Hud. Jime, 1900
& J. N.Y., Brown Bros. & Co. Jan. 1, 1908
3
& O. N. Y., R. T. Wilson & Co. April 1, 1876
7
J. & J. N.Y., Gallatin Nat'l B'k July 1, 1900
6
J. & J. N. Y., R. T. Wilson &. Co.
1880 to 1886
6
do
M. & N.
do
May 1, 1886
4
3
Pliila., by P. & R. RR.
July 18, 1876
Phila., P. & R. office.
7
Mar. 1, 1888

Detroit <fc Mdwavkee.—Thi» road was operated by
the Great Western of Canada, but defaulted in 1873.
and negotiations are now pending for settling the
debt. Of the bonds of June, 1866. $l,2i8,r00nrein the
hands of the Merchants' Bank of Canada, redeemable f iro.OOO peryear. The Detroit & Pontiac interest has been paid in whole or in par', and it is not
propo)-ed to fund coupons on those or Oakl. & O.
bonds. (V. 20, pT 242, 311, a57, 383, 500; V. 21,
p. 186; V. 12, p. 110, 509, 581, 99; V. 23, p. 86.)

.1

p. 209, 257.)

Delaware Lackawanna <S Western.—The gange
of roai narrowed in March, IS'.e.
'The com-

$4,4r,9,923

500 &c.
100 &c.

290,000
586.000

7
7
7
7

&

Delaware A. Bound Brook.— This is pirt of the
route between Ne York and Philadelphia. (V.

Earnings.

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

5,000,0(X)

]«1

2

—

Philadelphia Wilmington
Baltimore Railroad for .30 per cent of gross earn
Ings. In 1874-5 gross earnings were $510,094, end
net receipts therefrom, $153,0-38.

Gross

500
100
100

.50,000

100.000
110,000
103,266

Cent.

Detroit Lansing tfi Lake iliehigan. The report
for 1815 is given briefly in the Chronicle, Vol.
22, on p. .'iOD* showing gross earnings of $7.39,704,
net, $810,896. Coupons on 1st mort. paid half in cosh
and half in pref. stock; coupons of I.
L. bonds
paid in cash. Foreclosure proceedings are pending.
(V. 22, p. 446.)

ZWuwore.— Leased by

$6,88i,l07

1,000

51,000
1

2.50.000

Bonds— PriiiciINTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
pal. When Due
When Whore Payable, and by A'/ocfe*— Last

j)cr

Detroit Eel River <ft IlUnois.-To be sold in fo.-cclosure. (V. 22, p. 305.)

will be retired shoitly.

Earnings.

1,000

100 tic,
100 Ac.
50
50

1.50,866

Rate

Des Moines dk Fort Dodge.— Th''i is part of the
D33 Moines Valley, reorganized after f rcclosure.
Coupons of Jan., 1817, are funded. (V. 21, p. 483.)

1,398,100 of the common. (V. 21, p. 62.)
Daylon it Weslem. Leased to Little Miami, and
with that to Pittsb. Ciii. & St. L. About $90,000 of
old ext. n\ortg. bonds of 1881, are yet out, which

1871
1870

500 &c.
Vai'ions

Various

'73-'74

1st mortgage l)0iids
Income bonds, 999 years to run
£He Railway—Stock, common

1875
1874
1878
1872

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
250 &c.

1869
1872
1873

Preferred stock

new

611,000
370.900
209.000
2,457,000
3,024,500
2,200,000
2,064,000
500,000
3,219,000
575,000
1,339,000
770,000
81,000
2,300,000
1,000,000
638.525
377.115
1,702,316

'68-'69

if:

fit,

1,633,0<X)

1,000
100 &c.
100 &c.
1,000
500 &e.
1,000
1,000

1865

2d mortg.ige, convertible
Mlmira
VTiUiamsporl — Stock common

A

500 &c.

18.56

Bonds
do sterling, sinking fund
Funding Notes
Mortgage funding l>onds
Sastem Slutre, (JW.)— 1st mortgage, convertible...

614.000
1,388.023

630,000

'

1858

105,.5(H)

1,120,000
25,889.000

'

36
36
114

$2,395,350
1,286,100
1,870,000
426,000
336,000

1,000

—

'

Amoimt
Outstanding

Koad.lBonds Value.

Prefen-otl stock, (8 jiorcent. Kiiar. C. H. &D.)
Ist morttfajtc sinking f nud, $30,000 per year
2d niortgaiie

Sast

[August

confer a great flavor by givinx Immediate notice or anjr error dlaeovered In tUeae Tablea.

DE8CRIPTI0N.

Saylon

:

3(1.5.3,5,437

Stock and

tral, in 1867,
ings first ten

Debt.

35,775,769

Dubuque Soidhwestem—YATXey to Cedar Rapids,
la.-Gross earnings, 1874, $117,107— $5,8
below

V9,(i.33,.545

25,928,768
24,766,850

18(3.

Dunkirk Atlegh. Valley <S Pittsburg.— \ consoli-(V.
dation, Dec.
D&i»er PoctAc— Operated in close connection with and bonds 1, 1872. Stock, $2,300,000. Road leased
mostly held by New Y'ork Central &
Kansas Paciflr. Land grant. 1,100,000 acres. In Hudson.
1874 g'o»8 earnings were $310,911; net earnings,
Duchiss (ft Columbia.— So\d in foreclosure, Aug.
$172,049; total income was $242,887, and interest
fayments, $136,662. Cost of road and equipment, 10, 187ti, for $2I7,.500, to first mortgage bondholders.
(V. 20, p. 15; V. 22, p. 3il; V. S3, p. 159, 183.)
6,4M,358. (V. 20, p. 569.)
De-.ver db Rio Grande.— This is the principal narEast Tennessee Virginia <t Oeorgia.—Ornsi earnI

row-guage road (three feet) in the tiiited States. ings year ending Juiie .30, 1875, were $1,0.59.935; exThp whole line as iirojected is 8',5 miles. Earnings penses. «.34?."16!, nnrl net earnings, $717,584. Annual
(0 far hare been good.
report, V. 21, p. 275.
!

Easter7L (J/ass.). —Company embarr.issed 1875. V.
At request cf bondholders, a general
p. 347.
mortgage was authorized by Massachusetts Legislature to fund the old issues of deht. Annual report,
V.21. p. 569: V. 22, p. 1S>'. Funding proposal V.
21, p. 612.
(V. 20, p. 177, 242 V. 2', p. 323, 847. 535,
f69. 612; V. 28
p. 41. 61, 87, 135. 158, :21, 590; V.
:

83, p. 15, 63, 8«, 134, 169.)

Eastern Shore.— FoTmev\y leased, but now operated on own account since December. 1869. Coupons for $216,000 overdue. (V. 22. p. 297.)

Elmira <t WUliatnsport.-Le&aed in 18 3 to Northern Central for 999 years. Rent amounts to $166,0()0
per year.

—

Erie. Mr. H. J. Jewett, the president, was appointed receiver May 26. Negotiations for settlement with
bondholders pending— see report of London Committee in V.28. p. 423. Int. on the first four mortgages
Foreclosure suits were commenced under
18 paid.
the fifth and consolidated mortgages, but in
February, 1876, overdue interest on 5th mortgage
was paid by Mai tland, Phelps & Co. The lurgct gross
earnirgs ever marte were $20,01i,606, in isra 3. The
following comparison for four years is from the
company's renort to N. Y. State Engineer for the
years ending Sept. 30

1874-5
1873-4
1872-3

18712

(jross
Receipts.
$17,617,746
l»,398,89n

Net
Earnings.
$4,99^,616
5,U:i5,lBl

20,1112,607

6371,965

18,371,888

5,777,88)

(V. 20, p. 388; V. 20, p. 61, ft5,
593; V. 21. 0.39. 63. 137. 1.59, 186,
303, 44!, 591, 618; V. 28, p. 41.
37.i, 48.3. 447, 487, 521, 545, 590;
134, 183.)

Interest,

Rentals,

Ac

16,351,781
5,021,025
3,425,280
2,989,445

14».451, 477, 52!, STO.
207, 2.30. 277, .302. 37]
42. 158, 2)3. 881, .30.5.
V. S3, p. 15, 63, IC4,

—
—

;

Aig

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

1876.]

8t 23,

)

. .
. .
.
..

xiz

Snbscrlbsrs will confer a creat nivor by K>v>nz luiiDedlate notice of aajr error dUeorered In theae Tablea.

DESCRIPTION.

Date

Miles

For oxplaDatiun

of
of cnliimn lic:vdlii!;H, &c., see nutcs
Kuud.
at tlic Urtwl of firBt imxo of tikl>le«.

Urie RaU\oay~{Continued)

Erie

1*

(dtiljentiu'cs)

Bonds

convertible

till

459
45!)

1883

1870
1874
1873

i'i««bi(rj/— Stock

iHt iaortj?ajri',
•2d uioi'tj;H;fe,

convertible into consoUU. mort

Si's 1862
81>s 1805
Si's 1868

con vert lldc

Consolidated mortjfage free of State tax
Kqulpnn^nt bondM
Euroii'nd- N.Am.— lat M., BaiiK'rto Wlnn.,BanK'rl'u
ijuul >rrant Ist mort. (id niort. Baufcor to Winn.).
Bangor & I'lscatanuis, Bant'or loan, l«t mortg.
1st mortt,'»Ke, RtorlinK, on N. lininswick road
Eoan.tc. i6 VraiiH'ordsv.—lHt ui., Kv. & 111., fi. f
l»t mort.. sinkinj; fund (Kvansvllle to Terrc II,).
Rock vlUe e.\ tension
Eoancille, Terre Haute tt Chie.—lat mort., gold.
2d niortKajce, gold
Filchbiuji Stock
Bonds, coupons ($4,000,000 authorized)
Flint d I'ere Maniitette Stock
Oonsolidated mortjtajre, .sinking fund
l8t m. on 20ni., 2d on 40; 1. Kr. 1.53,000 ac., 2d d
Ist mort.. land Krant 358,000 aen^s, 3d div
Flint & Holly RU. (sink'tr fund .$25,000 per yeiir)

"50
58

49
88
51

109
23
50
50
94

.

.

—

233
233
OO
190
17

Sa.itiuaw, let mort., piar by lessees.
Issued in aid, guar by lessees

13

Construction bonds
Holly, Wayne ii Monroe, 1st mort., sinking fund.
FluKhing, Nurlhuhore A Cen<.— 1st mort. (Fl. & N. 8.)
2d mortKajte (FI. & N. 8.)
Central of L. I., 1st mortgii^e
do
do £.\tcnsion 1st mortgage
Fondir, JohnetowH d (llocersville—lut mortgage
Fort Wui/ne, Jackson rf- Hai/iiuiw—lut mort., coup.

65
58

10
100
100
109
109
26
82
50
30
232

.

2d mort. and et|uipment biuids, couiwn
Fort Waj/ne, Ifuncie it C'("ci»«n(t— 1st mort., gold..
2d mortj:aKC
FramiMjIuim A Lowell— 1st mortgage bonds
aalvestiin, Harrisb.iC San Antonio— lnt mort, gold.
Oalveston, Iloimton <t Ilend. o/ 1871— 1st mort
Geneva, Ithaca d- Athenn—lHt mort., R. f., gold

.

—

Qeorgia Railroad i£ Banking Co. Stock
Bonds, not mortgage
Oilman, Clinton rf SprinfffleUl—lai mort., gold
i'lO
2d mortgage, gold
110
Oriind Ra/iids <£• //K/inna—Stock
335
Ist mort., land grant, gold (guar, by Pa. RR)
335
Ist mort., land grant, gold, not guaranteed
335
Income mortgage bonds, for $10,000,000
335
Grand Trunk (CVf/jaf/w)— Consolidated stock
1,377
New stock for £10,000,000
Deh.mtiire stoik for £.^,000,000 (act of 1874)....
Canadian debentures
Equipment mort., Ist on all rolling stock

2d

do

1869
1869
1869
1867
1852
18,54

1860
1870
1873

$1,000 $1 2,076.000
1,000
1 I. Itllt.lKIII
lO.IKKi.oOO
1,000
l,!lilH,400
50
100 <kc
291,700
100 die
92..WHJ
1,000
2,193,(KK)
800,000
1,000
1.0(K),000
2,000,000
500 '.ic,
814,000
JB20O

2,000,(KK)

1,000
1,000

301,000

500

1872
1866
1868
1868
1867

4,000,000
3.298.200
2,924,000
33,000
2,145.000
400,500
100,000
75,000
280,480
1,000,000
800,000

i',6bo

1,000

500 &c.
500 &c.
500

1871
1869
1870
1872
1873
1870
1869
1871
1869
1871
1871
1873
1872
1870

I'.oiJo

500 Ac.
1.000

1,000

1,500,000
500,000
1,800,000.
500,000

1,000
1,000

500,(KM)

1,700.000

100 &e.
100

600.000
4,200,000
544,500
2,000.000
1.000,000

Greenville

i",6oo

1869
1869
1875

1,000
1,000

4,000.000
4,000,000

£25
£100

tt

Ooluintna

New mortgage
rf-

.S7.

it:

Jose/th

— Ist mort.,guar.by State

.

£2013

1,060,000
3,111,500
500,000
500,000
1,200,000
3,218.149
2,327.808
7,166,910
£4,459,309
288,883
1,998.275
127,000
485,000
62,000
1,000.000
1,413,071
632,237

£100
iioo
£100
£100
£100

143

.

Various

143
69
275
275

Paeiyie—\»tn\ortgage

—Common stock

Preferred stock (7 p. c. yearly, not cumulative).
Missouri Stat e loan
Land grant mortgage
Bonds 1870, convertible
1st mortgage (Quincy & Palmyra RR)
Ist mortgage (Kansas City <fe Cam. RR.)
Huri'ish., Porlsm'th, hit. Joy <« Lane. Stock

.

43

6.)

—

Defaulted in
American.
1875. A very complete atatemsnt of debt, includfor loans, in V, 21, p. 315.
Intering bon<H pledged
eet is paid on Ist mortga',;e and Bangor & P. (V. 20,

EuroptOM

<t

JVortA

V. 21, p. 15, ilt, 816, 318, 395, 418; V. 2', p.
g. 615;
74; V.23,p. ba.)

EvansvilU
»7,(Vt4,4<Xi;

5

41.426.

b:il

<S

C-aiofordsvUle— Common stock

preferred,

The company has

no dividends.

(V. 21, p.

is

Net earnings

1874-8,
paid interest regularly,

tl(X),0(X).

488.)

EvamvUle, Terre HtuU tft CAica^.— In 1874 5net
eanJngs were $114,039. (V. 21, p. 136.)

&

Massachns^tte.
F.lchburg.—'L^&ivis Vermont
Net carninL'B 1874-5, $391,021; dividends, 8 percent
for some years. (V. 21, p. 29, 590.)
Flint <t Fere Marquette.— Orofg

earnings

V. 23, p. 159.)
F^,mtng, Northnhare Jb Cenlral.—k consolidation
ic i874 of seven companies. Operates Southern of L.
There are. in aadition to above, *25.'XJ0 N. Y.
I.
Flushing RR. 7s; tl49,u00 North Shore 78; and

6

93,000 Whitcstone

&

Westchester

78.

(V. 20, p.

382)

Fonda, Johnstown

it

(?ta)er»rUfe.—Net earnings

187«-3, $45,957.

Fort Wayne, .Tachion A i^w/iiaw.— Traffic guarantee 40 per cent from Michigan Central. Interest was
pissed January, 1854. Gross earnings, 1874, $282,882;
het, $127,809. (V. 19, p. 38S; V. 20, p. 591
V. 22,
;

p. 301.)

1,000

1,386, 000
9,167, 700
5.087, 224
3,000, 000
109, 000
4,000, 000

1\
7
7

7
7

6

&
&
&
7
M. &
7
F. &.
7g. •M. &
J. &
3. &
A. &
7
««•

"s'
7
8

10
10
10
8
8

7

7

New

.8

York.

O. Boston, Second N.

Bank

I,
1,
1,
Oct. 1,
Jan. 1,
Mar. 1,
Ajiril 1,
July 1,
Jan. 1,
Nov. 1,
Aug. 1,
1,

1920
1894
1903
1876
1882
1800
1898
1890
1889
1899
1809
1897
1887
1887
1880
1900

1,
1,

1876
1894

Bt-Vt. 1.
Mar. 2,
1.

Jan.

Sept. 10,

July

April

July

London.
N.V.,Fann,L'an A T.Co.
N.
do
do
A.
do
do
N. N.Y.,Fann.L'au A T.Co May
3.
do
do
3.
Boston Office,
July
J.
3.

<fe

do

O.

M..tN.

&
M.&
M. &
J. &
M. &
J. &

April

N.Y., Mcrch'nt«'Ex.B'k,

Mecban.Nat.
do
do
do
N.
do
J. Newark, N. J., Sav.
3. N. Y.,

J.

B'k,

New

S.

May, 1902
1, 1887

Jan.

Sept. 1, 1888

a.

May
Ins.

York,

do
3.
ii 3. N.Y.,Mccli., Nat. Bank.
M. & N. N.Y., Chatham Nat. Bk.
M. & N.
do
do
M. & S.
do
do
do
M. & N.
do
J. & 3. N.Y.,St.Nlch.Nat.B'k.
3. & J. N. Y., Farm's. L.A T. Co.
A. &. O
do
do
3.

July
8cpt.

Jan.
Jan.

May

1888
1882
1887
1876
1901
1889

1,
1,
1.
1,
1,
1,

1902
1003
1900
8
1889
8
Oct., 1881
A. & O
Boston, Office,
Oct., 1889
April, 1896
I'- A. & O.
do
1891
7
F. '&'a.
Bost. A Ix)ndon.
1910
7^1: J. & 3 N. Y.,F. P.James A Co July 1, 1902
3. & J. N. Y., Metrop. Nat. B'k, July 1, 1890
I'- J. & 3. Augusta.Ga., RR. Bank, Jan. 15, 1876
3. & 3.
do
do
7
yearly to 1890
Sept., 1900
7g. M. & S. New Y^ork and London,
Jan., 1892
& 3
8)f. J.
7

7
7

"7'g.

J.

&

J.
O,

7g. A. &

Mar.

May

July
July

N. Y., Win8low,L.&Co

do

1,
1,
1,
1,

1899
1899

do

& O London, at Co.'s Office
do
A
do
do
do
do
do
A
do
do
A
5 g
do
do
A,
*g.
1'4
London A Montreal,
A A
2ia
do
do
A A
London Joint Stock B'k.
A
5
do
do
A
6
do
do
5^ A. A 0.
do
A. A 0.
do
51s
do
do
6
J. A D.

6g

6g.

Various

A.

.1.

,T

F.

A A

.r.

.1

.1.

.1

.1.

.1

.1.

,r.

,1.

,1.

Columbia, Co.'s

7

do

7g.

J.

J.

A.

8
8

M.
|F.

l,20O, 000
1.182, „5.50

10

Ij.

6

18.53

3>a

tfe Lowell. -Leased to Bostor, ClinFitchburg; has also $150,000 8 per cent bonds.

16, p. IS8.)

Gaiveston, na'Hfburri A S(ii Anto- io.—ln progNet earnings lt74-5, $310,874. (V. 22, p. 375

ress.

Galveston, llamton <t Henderson.— l^cl earnings
(V. 22, p. 3:5 )

Irredeemable.
IiTedeemable.
Irredeemable.
Ajiril,

April,

1874
1874

Perpetual.
July, 1876
Oct., 1877
Oct., -1878

Dec, 1890
1881 to 18«>6
Jan.

J.

1,

1908

Aug., 1870

700 000

50

A

Office,

April, 1877
Jan.. 1920
I'erpetual.

do

"7'

Framirtgham

&

London.
London.
do
(3.-M. N. Y., Union Trust Co,
J. &, J.
do
do
& O.
do
do
& 3.
do
do
li O.
do
do
&. 3
Boston.

elf

Fort Wayne, Stuncii eft ClMdnnart.— Receiver
appointed Nov mher, 1874. {V. 19, p. 508, 528, 583;
V. 20, p. 18%)
ton
(V.

New York and

Q.-J.

7

.500, 0<K»

1867

IJ.
.r.

A

&
&
A
A
A
A

J.

N. Y., B'k. No. America,

do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do

O.
S.

A.
J.
J.
J.

Phila., Co.'s Office,

do

do

1884-1887
April 1, 1881
Mar., 1885
Jan., 1892
Jan., 1892

Jnlv
July

1.
1,

1876
1883

mortgage as the guaranteed bonds on the ec
land grant. $Tiao,000 are " Ei. Land Grant
Bonds," being apart of the orignal $4,000,'0a nnguaranteed bonds, which have from time to time
been redeemed by the operations of the sinking
fnnd. When the land certificate is detached they
are no longer a 1 en on the laud, but, by^ the terms of
the trust deed, remain a fi si niorf age 'on the whole
line and appurtenances. No. 4,001 to 8.O1X). Coapons April and Octolier. Annual report, Y. 21, Ph
tiro

510.

(V. 21, p. 110, 5S4.)

Grand Trunk (Canada).— These

1874, $255,.37S.

flgnree represent

Gross eaminge in half year ending
sterling.
1876, £1,028,85>'; expeosea, £818,408; net earnReportin V. S2, p. 44S. (V. 21, p.
ings, £206,450.
440; V. 23, p. 134, 169.)

pounds

Geneoa, Ithaea & Athens. -Consolidation in 1874 of
Geneva & Ithaca and Ithaca & Athens. In Receiver's
hands, April, 1875. (V. 20, p. 357.)

Jan.

Georgia Railroad rf Banking Company —The annual report for the last fiscal year, ending April 1,
18;0, was published in V. 21, p. 489.
-^ comparative statement for thrje years was as follows:

Great Western (Canoda).— These flgrres are given
pounds sterling. Company leases several roads in
Canada, amounting to 156itf miles, and the Detroit
& Milwaukee, 189 miles. For the half year ending
Jan. 3!, 1876, tho gross receipts were £4.36,067;
working exiK'nscs, £313,541; net earnings, £!W,.V43.
Report in V. 22, p. 446. (V. 21, p. 442, 548; V,

1875,

»l,055,0t3; net earnings. tai8,498. The lands are in
five trost; sales in 1875, 7,430 acres, for $»4,6.3S;
total toJan. 1, 187« 2«.',9;)9 acres, for $2,1)3,981;
lands yet unsold, 'i48,5(l2 acres. Coupors on consol,
bonds pi-sed Nov., 1875, and part were funded. (V.
20, p. .»8, 593; V. 21, p. 488, 631; V. 2', p. 568;

g.

7,.50O,0O0

15

mortgage

Erie * p;/tcAu '(7.— Leased in perpetuity to the
Pennsylvania Railroad and transfcrrcQ to Penn. Co.
the terms gnarantoc 7 per cent per annum on stock
V. 20, p.
and debt. Net earuiugs, 1875, $321^,787.

100
100
1863
1870

53
54
54

&

'M.
8.
J. <k D.

7

1870

185.3-7

—

Ist

Dividend.

(?)

1873
1875

350
350
145

(for $2,500,000)

Western Texas

Oitlf,

Sannibal

When Due,

Sti/eks—lMisi

£3,486,787

2.i^f>0.000

3.50

Bonds not guaranteed

1.493,(K)0

1870
1872

350
350

.

300,(KK)

1,000
i.ooo

495%

(

400,0(K)

1,000,000
200,000

do
do

Preferred 5 per cent, convertible into common.
Debentures
Mortgage bonds, coupon
do
do
do
do
New bonds, coupon

i"><KI,<K)0

500 &c.
500 &c
100 Ac,

.

2d
do
do
conv
Great Western Countfn)— Common stock

147,000
775,000
325,0<K)

100

do

do

616,(K)0

A-c.

1.000
1,000

Postol bonds, Ac, secured by gov't business
Ist pref. bonds, couv. into 1 st pref stock

2d
3d

//o/u/j-Prlnclpi.1.

Rate per When Where Payable, and by
Value. Outstanding
Cent.
Payable
Wliom.

100
1,000

1874

—

Bay City, E.
Bay County,

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
Amount

—

Ist coiisdltdiili'd inortKUK'S Kold (for $30,000,000)
2d coiiscilidatcd moitniVKC 5-20, (for* 10,000,000)

N(?w bonds

Size, or

Pur

of

1873-4.

Tot. gr. carng's.
$1,571,785
Operat'g expenses.
88^,456
Net earnings
684,8:14
.

,

1874-5.
$1,28' .907
8V6,097
455,809

1875-6.

$1,194,324
611,677
662,646

In May, 1875, this company, with the Central Ge'rgia,
purchased at foreclosure sale the Western Railroad
of Alabama. (V. 19, p. 247; V. 21, p. 395.)

—

Oilman, Clinton <f Springfield. This company
defaulted in 1874, and was sold June 8. 1876. (V.
21, p. 404. 570. 615: V. 21, p. 39, 63, 110; V. 22, p.
375,614; V. 23, p. 86)

Grand Rapids

Indiana.— An

descn^tlon
of bonds was given when they were put on
the call of the
New York TTork Stock Eichmge, in Jannary, 1875, as follows: <:4,000,OJO
are '•Guaranteed Bonds." Principal and intereiti
gu.iranteed by the Pennsylvania Rnilroad Company, and are also a lien" apoh the laud grant.
No. I to 4.0 0.
Unguaranteed
t:j,020,000 are
Bonds," which are
secured by
the
same
<t

official

'

1,

In

23,

I).

134, 159.)

Greenville it CWumWa. -This company defanlted
several years since, but compromised with its bondholders.
(See Chbosicle, V. 16, p. 220; V. 17, p.
460, 762; V. 20, p. 068; V. 22, p. 110.)

A

Paciflc.—Vel earnings,
Gulf, Western Texas
1874-5, $50,000. Overdue coupons, $2 i2,riM). Bond(V. 20, p. 4 :i 8.)

holders wait.

ITannibal <fc St. Joseph.— Ot the Missouri State lean
Ills staled
$1,500,000 was ext.!nded for SO years.
that the Co. has $2.5'.K'.f()0 in land notes, and 90,000
acres yet unsold. A change in the dlrciiors took

place
1872.
112.)

Nov

,

187,5.

No

rep irt has been Is-ned since
V. 22, p. 158, 328; V. 28, p.

(V. 21, p.412, 488;

Harrislrura, Portsmouth, UoiMtJoy A Laneoster.—
Leased to Pennsylvania Railroad, which ewoa •

majority of the stock.

.

.
.

.
.
.

)

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

XX

[A

g.st 26, 1876.

Subscribers will confer a great iaror by glvlns immedlata notice ot anr error dtecorered In these Tables.
iio?K/*— Princi
DESCUIPTION.
INTEREST OK DIVIDENDS.
Miles Date Size or
Amount Rat« per When Where Payable and by pal. When I>iie.
For cxplanutiou of ooluinii lieadiusR, &c., Bee notes
of
of
par
(S(orA*»— Laiit
at the head of tli kI puj;e or tables.
Road. Bonds Value. Outstanding "'g^nj;
Pay'l)le
Whom.
Dividend.
I

Ilarlf., Prov. rf- FinhkUI—lHt
Honsatonic — Stock
Prof envd stock

inort. (R.

26>3

I.)

ad iiiortRaso
BouUs of lHii!»
Bonds of 1873

BmuiUm

Texas Cent.— lat M., (iiiaiii) Kold, l.gr.,B.f
l8t mort.. West div. (Hoinpstcad to Austin)
1 St M. 4;uld. Wuco & N' west Breiiioiid to Waco)
Consol. ii;o;t., I. ^r. (coupon, but may bereg'd)...
Huntingdon i£ Broail T<>i>— 1st niort., gold
2d mortgagi', gold
(

18.57

18.51

IVIorlgngc, sterling

huliannpolls, lHoontiugton

d> \Vest.

202
202
217

2d mortgage

& W.,

Extension, 1st mort., gold

Indian imlis Dec. dk Spr.—lKt M.,gld (for $1,800,000)
2d mort., (income bonds only till July, 1881)

85

—

Indianapotis, Oincinnuti <£ I,ttta)/ftle .Stock
Preferred stock (issued for funded debt bonds)
ludiauapolis & Cincinnati of 1858
Indianapolis, Cinci unati & Lafayette

do

do

Fimdtd interest bonds, coupon
Equipment bonds, registered

&

Cincinnati

.

90
1.54

174

Indiana, 1st mortgage

20
20

2d mortgage, guaranteed
htdianajmlia

<t

St

Lnttis—lst mort., in 3 seiles

2d mortgage

Jeffersonville, Matlisitn

&

1,59

159
38
12

1,(K)0

100
500 &f
1,000
1,000

.

100

2,789,413

,

1.000
1,000

1,400,000

f

1866
1807
1869
1868
1870
1873

78
78
130
202

.£.

aU
"
g

.500,000

300,000
500,000

500 &c

539,.500

1,000
1,000

2,500,000
887,000
948,000
305,000
20,000,000
6,404,000
2,240,000
4,003,000
0,303,000
600,000
4,275,350
1,706,250
1,500,000
1,125,000
600,000
400,000
844,000
237,000

1871-2

073
100
245 1809
1,000
140 1805
1,000
253 1800
1,000
394 1805-7
34 1866
1,600
427 1866 100 &c
1870 2.50 &c
1871
1,000
1 ,000
501a 1873
3312 1873
1 .000
34 1869 500 ie
99 1853
1,000
99 1855
1,000

—

3d mortgage
Hartford, Providence- d: FislikHl.-Tbis road forms
of the proposed line of the Boatou, Hartford

pan

due Jan..

Providence declined payment

1876, but city of
and suit is pending.

304.)

(V. SJ, p. 87,

1,000

265
52

"

fell

500 &c.

1,000
1,000
1,000

Ist M., 394th to 63ilth inile, I'd ;gr., 3,000,000 aeV
Ist mort., gold, coup., on 140 miles west Mo. Riv.
l8t mort., gold, 140th to 3i(3d mile
2d mort (to U. 8. Gov.) on 3i)4m. west Mo. River.
Ist mort., coup., (Leavenworth Branch)
Income bonds, coupon, 3d mortgage on 427 miles.
Ist land b'lls, cp, or reg., gold, on 2,000,000 acres
2d land mort., do
do
do
Arkansas Valley, 1st mortgage, gold, guaranteed
June. C. & Fort K., 1st raort., gold, land gr., guar
Ketit Cttuntu, (Md.i— 1st mortgage bonds. .
Kentucky Central 2d mo.'t&'age

The bonds

3,204,000
4,084,000
3,110,000
1,843,000
2,900,000
000,000
4,000,000
300,000
2,000,000
1,994,500
397,000
2,439,000
2,000,000
250,000
300,000
800,000

44

Kansas Pacific—Stock

& Erie.

500,000
1,700.000
1,450,000

1,060
1,000
1,000
1,000

1802
1806
1870
1873
1872

I

a

409,100
375,000
500,000
1,497,000
2,000,000
1,000,000

1870
1807
1809

8(5

New consolidated mortgage (for $8,000,000) y M
Three year notes

&c,

5,.500,000

9

.

&

&c

1,000
1,000

1871
1872
1872
1874
1809

38
220

—

couvei'tible
Mo. Valley, 1st M. ($1,000,000 of it is gold)
Kansas City, St. Jo.
C. BI., consol. mort..

1,50

500

41

2d mortgage
Kansas Citi/, St. Joseph tt Council 7</n^«—Stock.
do

1,000
1,000

1,000

2.50

&

do

50
100
500 &c.

8
7

g.

7g.
7

6&7
4
6
o

asa.)

&
&
*
&
&
&
&
&
&

g.
g.

^'•

7g.
7g.
7

Houstoritt Texa,< Central.— Groaa earnings in 1875-6
$3,1.")8- 0'.; net carnintjs, $l,:il8.l:0.
Interest
g')75,00,1.
Capital paid in, #8 O.0t),00l). (V.
SO, p. 77, 140; V. a, p. 328; V. 2.3, p. 158.)

were

The Company holds amon;;

15,000,000.

its assets,

$4,84S,000 seven per cent bonds of the N. O. St.
& Chicao;o RR. These Bonds are part of
$6,000,000 which be.ir a pure busing agreement of
$200,000 per year, hat are not guarant-cd by the 111.
Coat. Annual dividends for three years past have
been 8 per cent, and previously 10 per cent. The
following is a cnmjiarison for four years;
Gross
Net
Interest,

Lonis

Te»r.
1875
1874
1878

Earnings.
.$7,802,556
., 7,900,721

ti

61,

&c.

67i),081

$661,09^

2,775,302

413,610

8,268,-325

2,5:10,890

8,026.754

..

1872. ...

—(V. SO, p.
16,266.)

Earnings.

g.
g.

J.

7

2,10),107

140, 388; V.

81, p. 489;

55^.4:J7
5.'57.42

V.

23, p.

Indianapolis, Bloominglon <ft Western— TtetunXt was
first made July. 1874, and afFairs are yet unsettled.
Receiver's certificates issued to Aug. I, '7.5, $2i)'',0OJ.
The Danville, Urbina, Bloomington & Pekin is part
of this road. Plan of re-organization. V. 2?, p. HO
(Vol. 20, p. 0'. V)5; V. 21, n. 24."). 277. .348, 393; V.
i»i. p 16, 61, 110, 2,57, 375;
V. 2i, p. U), Hi.)

7

7
7

is

Terre Haute.

(V. 21,

4 26.)

Irdernational A Great Norlh^rn ( Texas').— Ttas 's a
consolidation of the International and the Houston
Great Northern. Interest passed and fundin? progressing.
The company had an issue of Texas
bonds granted it, but the grant was repealed and
lanl given instead. (V. 20. p. 186, 291, 313, 383; annual report, V. ai, p 39S )

Sioux (7/<y.— Leased to Illinois Cen-

per cent, on earnings. Quarterly dividend
per cent, Juno 1, 1876, on $4,6i5,000 stock.
Iron Mountain, Chester Jb Eastern.— This was formerly tlie Chester & Tamaroa. Bonds are in default since 187-3, and a receiver has been appointed.
tral at 35

IK

(Vol. 19, p. 520; V. 2i, p. 614.)

JackwnviMe, Pensicota <6 Mobile.-This road is
mortgaged tor a like amount of Florida State bonds,
and IS held by the State's agent. (V. 19, p. 629; V.

which

22, p. 1.58;

V.

F.

New

do
do

York, Co.'s Ofticc

do

do

J.

1,
1,
1,
1,
1,

N. N. Y., L<md. & Frankf t. May 1
A. N. Y., Bk of Commeree. Aug. 1
D.
do
do
June 1

,
,
,

1899
1895
1896

Payable ^ by trf-insportatlon.
1895 to '97
M. & N. N. Y., Bk of Commerce. J.an. 1 1896
M. & S.
do
do
July 1, 1916
J. & J. N. Y., Ix)nd. & Frankf 't. July 1
1880
M. & 8.
New York.
Sept.,,1886
A. & O. New York & Frankfort. April 1, 1903
A. & O.
New York.
AprU 1, 1903
J. & J. Phila., Corn Exch. Bank J.an. 1
1889
M. & 8. N. Y., Bank of America. March 1883
J. (k D.
do
do
June, 188«
,

,

,

2!, p. 63.)

Je/rermivil'e, Madison Jb Indianapolis.— he&fed in
187i to Pittsburgh, Cincii.nati
St Lonis Railroad
for interest and sinking fund of bonds and 7 per
cent, a year on stock.
Lease transferred December,

&

1872, to Pennsylvania Company.
In 1S75, net earnings were {4(18,281. (V. 20, p. 426.)

Jersey CUi/

tfe

Albany.

— Road was

was stopped
off.

in panic of 1873.
(V. 19; p. 365; V. 21. p. 613.)

in progresB, but
Bondholders held

.loliel dt ITorthern /atfijna.— Mich, Central offered
to extend with a 6 per cent, bond but court decided
that total rent must be applied to principal and
interest of bonds; still in litigation. (V. 20, p. 85,
140, 429; V. 21, p. 110; V. 2!, p. 667.)

—

Junclion(PliU.\ Owned by connecting companies.
Cost of road $898,321; paid-up stock, $185,000.

Kansas

City, SI.

Joseph

<ft

Council Bluffs— In addi-

tion to these, there are alsofunding bonds of about
$640,000 in different issues. Annual report for 1875
in V. 22. p. 4»5. Gross earnings in 1875, 1,.382,705;
net, $351,889.
Stnck, $2,776,1100. Interest defaulted
Sept., 1873. (V. 20, p. 475; V. 22, p. 233, 495.)

Kansas

Pacific.— In 1875 net (amings were
Tho land
against $1,635,761 in 1574.
two trusts, 2,(00,000 acres in the first,
from the 1st to the 38)th mile, and 3.000,000 acres in
the second, from 3^th milj westward. Interest on
income bonds is payable in lands or cash, only out
of net earnings. 'The company now pays half the
current interest on its bonds, (except the incomes)
as ab ut four-fifths of bondholders have funded.
An Iriportant settlement with Union Pacific made in
May, 1875. See annual report, V. 23, p. 38. (V.
$1,578,880,
is in

grant

SO, p. 8. 85. 476, 501, 544; V. 21, p.
2J, p. 645; V. 23, p. 38, 86.)

Kent

252,

466, 613;

V.

— This

road was completed in 1872, but
defaulted in 1873. No recent information received.

— Ijcascrf

to the Erie Railway Company,
pays interest on the bonds. (V. 14, p. 628.)

./«/f'er.j(W,.

do
do

J.
J.

o,

April
April
April

.

,

31,p.5)1; V.

1876
1890
1895
1903
Dee.
1905
Oct., 1909
Oct., 1890
1912
Jan. 1, 1906
July 1, 1906
Aug.

Otflce.

,

g.
g.
g.
g-

.39.5.)

ifc

N. Y., Co.'s

O.
N. Y., Co.'s Offlee.
O.
I.,ondon.
O. I^ondon, Morton R.& Co
D.
do
do
O. N. Y., Turner Brothers

,

7

7

&
&
&

M.

Iniidnapolis & Vincennes.—Is controlled by Penn.
Co through stock ownership, and interest is guaraiteed by Penn. Railroad,
Net earnings in 1S75

Iowa FjUs

do
do
do

Oct.toJ'ne,74-5
tT.

& Springflelil— This em
Indiana & Illinois Central. The

,(V. 20,p.

do
do
do

13
"•}

Indtanaiioli <fc Si. Louis.— The stock, $603,000, is
owned by Pennsylvania Co. and C. C. C. & I. This
company forms part of the Pennsylvania system, and

$.32,708.

Philadelphia, OlHec.

<fe

issued 10 holders of old I.& I.C.
firsts, and till July, 1S81, Interest is payable out of
net earnings only, if eufflcient. The remaining 67
miles to Indianapolis is in progress.

were

do
do
do

I'.

Inrlianapolis, Decatur

&

July
July
July

.

ia3.)

p.

du
do
do

O.
O.
A.
O.

1889
1883
1, 1891
1, 1891
1, 1903
Oct. 1, 1012
Oct. 1, 1890
Feb. 1, 1895
April 1, 1895

City Bank.

F.

•

leases the St. Louis, Alton

do

Nan.

N. Y.,

A.

charge,

Huntingdon S Broad Top. Capital stock is $1,993, 'KO.
Gross earnings in 1875 were $33S,829; net,
$1(>5.480.
Interest passed on 3d mortgage bonds.
(V. 22, p. 206.)
lUincis Central. — A general mortgage provides for
all the bonds now outstanding.
It is limited to

1876

1,

J.

Cincinnati it LqfaT/ette.—The com
re-organize-l in 1873; but with a heavy
debt defaulted July, ISTB. Gross earnings, 1875-6,
tl,637,%l; not, $717,607. (V. 20. p. 162. 357; V. 21,
p. 207, 277,
J, 465; V. 22, p. 257; V. 2 :, p. 112, 135,
Iridiana]iolli>,

second mortgage

Jan.

B'k.

& O N. Y., Amer. Ex. Bank
April, 1888
i A.
do
do
Feb., 1897
& D.
do
do
Juno, 1899
M. & 8
do
do
Sept. •78,'80,'83
M. & 8.
do
do
Sept. 1, 1883
J. & D
do
do
Dec, 1892
J. & J,
do
do
Jan. '77, '82, '87
Variotis N. Y., Winslow, L. <t Co. July 1, 1919
7
A. & O.
do
7
do
Oct, 1, 1900
J. & J
do
8
do
July 1, 1881
F. & A. N. Y.,Fann. L. &T. Co.
7
1908
M. & N
6
do
do
1900
"7'g. A. & O. N.Y., National City B'k April
1, 1911
J. & J.
do
do
Jan. 1, 1900
& A,
do
I'do
Aug. 1, 1892
F. & A,
8
•"o
do
Feb., 1904
A. & O. N. Y lat. Park Bank. April 1, 1899
7
7g. M. & N.
May, 1901
J. & J
hew York.
8
1900
J. & J. Ilonesdalc Nat. Bank.
7
1887 & 1889
J. & J. N. Y., by Erie Railroad, Jan. 1, 1889
7
1\
(J.-F. N. Y., Farm. L. & T. Co. Aug. 1, 1876
M. &. N,
do
7
do
May 1, 1881
A. & O
do
7
do
Oct. 1, 1906
J. A J.
7
do
do
July 1, 1910
1913
7 g. J. & J,
M. & N
7
New York.
May 1, 1912
J. & J, N. Y., Farm. L. & T. Co, July 1, 1874
8
J. & J
Philadelphia Offlcc.
July 1, 1882
6
A. & O.
do
do
April 1, 1900
J. & J. New York and Boston
Jan. 1, 1880
7
M. & 8.
do
10
do
Sept. 1, 1892
J. & D.
do
do
June 1, 1874
8
7&7 g F. & A, N. Y.,Farm. L. T. Co Aug. 1, 1893
M. & S.
do
8
do
Sept. 1, 1890
F. & A,
Boston.
Feb. 1, 1898
8
7
7
7
7
10
7
7

pany was

braces the former

J.
J.
J.

a'a.

6g.
5

Am. Nat.

Bridgeport & Boston. July 10, 1876
A. Bridgeport and Boston.
1885

do

&
&
&
&
&
&
&

4«

Hoasatcnic— Lease Borlishire Railroad, Stockbridge & Pittsfield, and West Stockbridgo. Gross
earnings in tS74-5 were tl>S2,009; net, »222.173. The
mort. boudj due 1877 paid oft Nov., '75.
(V. 2', p

&

'".

7g7S-

-

500 &c.

459
184

do
do
2d mortgiige
Jersey City <t A Ibamz—lat mortgage, gold
Ridgetield Park, (N. J.,) 1st mortgage
Jolicl (£ XortJiern Indiana 1st mortgage
Junction, rinladelphia— 1st mortgage
Ist mortgage. Council rilufTs & .St Joseph.
Joseph & Council Bluffs, 1st nu>itgagc.

1,500,000
5,500,000
38,000
2,667,000
5,668,967
1,200,000
1 ,600,000
2,800,000
1,701,000

Hartford,

6

5,(K)0,000

1869
1870
1871

204
255

—

St.

iJ200

4.59

Indiitnttjiolis .Stock
Indianapolis
Madison, Ist mortgage
Jefferson vi lie, Madison
Ind., Ist mortgage
d:

£200
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

lii
117

—

.fee.

i!200

18(!7

71
71

E(jiupiucut bonds
liuttanapolis de Vincennes— 1st mortgage, guar
2d mortgage, guar,i.nteRd
International if: (Ireitl \<irlhei'n Consol. stock
International, l.nt iiioitgage, gold
Houston & tireat Northern, 1st mortgage, gold...
Int. <& H. & G. N. convertible i>onds
do
do
2d mort., (exch'ble for convert.)
Towa Falls <t Sioux Cilif—'xRt in<«t., April 1,'69
Iron Mountain, Chester rf- >;.— 1 st mortgage, gold
Jacksonr., i'e«s.d:J/o&.— Florida .state iSond.^. gold...
Jefferson ( Pa.)— l»t & 2d morts. (Ha why Branch)..
Ist mortgage (Susiiuelianna to (Jarbondale)

.500

1875
1858
1867
1809
1873
1873
1802

.

do

ioo

1804
1875
1874
1875
1869
1870
1872
1870
1870

.

— 1st mort., gold.

8.54

J.

Q.-J.

7

!»40,000

1,000

1

&

J.

2

2,864,000
416,000
367,500
1,383,000
100,707
29,000,000
2,500,000
2,500,000
4,042,000
1,000,000

500
500

1865

707

Central—Stuck

Kedemiition, 1st and vid series
Ueueriil mortgage, sterling
8t,erliug bonds, (sinking fund $100,000 yearly).

$181,000
820,000
1,180,000
100,000
100,000
1 50,000
6,227,000
2,305,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

58
58

3d mortgage .consolidated
8ci'i|> for it}u*t due coupons

Ind., nioom.,

1869
1873
1860
1870
1873
1872

343
118
47
401
58

<f

.

Illinois

1853 $500&c.
100
100

130
120
74

&

Co.

Kentucky Central.— This was formerly Covington
Lexington.

(V. 20, p. 500; V.21, p. 39.)

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RAILROAD STOCKS AND BOMDS

20, 1S76.]

xzi

a great favor by kItIdk Immediate notice or anr error dleeoTered In these Tablaa.
/<(»?«<»— PrlnolINTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
Miles Date Size, or
Amount Hate per When Where Parable, and by pal, When Dna.
of
Par
Fur oxplaiiiitloii ut cnluraii lioudlngA, &o., see notes of
Stoek»—ljiat
Outstanding
Cent.
Road. Bunds. Value.
Payable
at the haul ot tlrat pa^e of tablet).
whom.
Dividend.
>>abscrlbera will oonrer

DESCRIPTION.

Keokuk

tt

De» Moines— l&t mortgage

1874 $100&c
1874 100 &o

102

I'unclert interest liunils

Knox (P Lincoln— I st mortgage
Lake Krie it LonisDille— 1st mort, ($1,100,000)...
Lak€ ahorett Michit/an SouthemStOKli

50
1181

Ouusul. 1st more., (sink. fuuU, 1 per eciit) coupon,

do

do

1872

Mort;;a,tfe l»onds of Oct., 1S(>1I, siukinir fund
1st iMoi'tgage, sinliing funtl, M. S. t& N. I

1,092,000

A.'ii'o.

49,t0O,.5OO

K.
F.
A.
J. &. J

W'liito

Kalamazoo &
Kalamazoo, AUegau
do

Pigeon

&

do

12
13

Or. Kapids

do

Jamestown & Franklin,
<lo

58
per

stock,

mort., gold,

l.gr.,a.f

22
17
145
33

Lehi'jh I'rtHc;/—Stock, common and pret
1st mortgage, coupon and registered
2d mortgage, registered
Gen. mort., gold, .$ & £ (s. fd. 1 p.c. y'ly) couj).

202
171
200

4 reg.

Delano Laud Company bonds, endorsed
Letoisbnrg Centred- Sprnce Creek lat mortgage...
Miami Stock, common..

—

Ist mortgage
Street connection bonds
Little Jiock it Fort Smith— yew stock
Ist M.. Id gr't (7.50,000 acs) s.fund (for $3,000,000)
Little K-Kk, Pine lihtffit y. O.— Ist mortgage
Little Sch uytkill—iiU>c\i
1st mortgage, sinking fund
Logansp^U Crawfordsv. it S. W. of Ind. Ist mort., g.
Long /i7«/w/—Stock
1st mortgage, main extension and G. C. Branch.
Newtown & Flusliing

—

New York & KockawiW'
Smith town & Port Jefferson

—

it Lexington
Stock
Preferred 1) i>er cent stock
Bonds to State Kentucky (perpetual loan)
Louisville loan (to Louis v. and Frankf 't)
LoalsvlUe, Cincinnati & Lexington, 1st mort

Louispiili, Cincinnati

do

do

do

2d

do

1875
1870

31
31
92
158
93
4
10
19
175

»741,33»; net, t«S6,838.

588
Ktwx

I

Lincoln.— Ai\mia\ report, V. 29, p. 304.
Lake Erie (fe Louisville.— Thht road was a reorganization, and has been Hiiancially embarrassed. There
Is a second mortgage of $5:i0.000.
See V. 19, p. 366.
Lake .Shore tft Michigan Southern. The annual report for 1875 was published in the Chronicle,
v". ii, p.
4*1, and balance sheet 44'. The
following shows a summary of the figures for each
of the calendar years named
(ft

—

1,000
1,000

1,595,000

849,000
200,000
300,000
2,850,000
400,000
100,000
100,000
840,000
010,000
443,000
.500,000
4,.50O,O00

1,500,000

450,000
344,000
5,000,000
720,000
160,000
300,000
27,092,297
5,000,000
0,000,000
11,129,000
1.797,000
1,543,000
4,608,000
1,500,000
525,000
5,000,000
1,900,000
750,000

50
500 &c.
100 &e.
50
500
500
500
500
50
100

1857
1870

1870
1873
1871
1871

1851
1807
1870

1,000
1,000
1,000

500
1,000

A

The company's

Louisville.

A J.
A J. N. Y., Bank of America,
do
A J.
do
7
A. & O. N. Y., J. B. Alexander,
8
F. A A.
Louisville.
4
A. A O. N. Y., Drexel, M. A Co,
6
M. A N.
do
do
.«. A N.
Louisville.
7
A. A O.
do
6
A. A O. N. Y., Drexel, M. A Co.
7
?« M. A N. London, Baring Bros.
J. A D.
do
do
A
1^- F. A A.
M.
New York.
S.
Philadelphia.
Q.-F.
21a
I. A J. N.Y.,M.K. Jesup.P.ACo.
7
do
do
J. A J.
7
Various N.Y., M.K.Je8up,P.ACo.
7
A. A O.
do
do
7
A. A O.
7
New Y^ork.
7g. A. A O.

report gives

comparative statement for three years

no

4.150,f.60

is

as

18;4-3.

1873-4.

1872-3.

•Coal (tons) moved.
Gross earnings
$6,710,565
Operating expenses.. 3,884,860

3.-377,sa7

$B,0 16,495
3,471,418 3,262,8(1

$ii,75«,-191

:

1875.

187'!.

Net eammgs.

187:t.

Hilen
1,175
1,175
1,175
Qroesearnhizs.. $14,4)1.198 $17,146,13} $19,411,5
Operst'g exp^es. lO.Sil.S.TO
n,t52,:i71
13.746,598
Hetoaralngs....
3,9)2,697
5,993,759
5,667.910

Capital stock

Stock

(V. 20 p.

51,000.000

6n,o.)o,ooo

50,000,000

Total debt
38.0.15,000
37,774,000
38,373,421
The company's statement of earnings for first half
of 1876, on which the dividend was decinrcd, showed
«urplU80ver interest of 81.0:«,00J. (See V. S3, p. 31.)
The ad general mortjage for $25,000,000 was created
to pay fluatiag debt and bonds of 1882 with $12,000,000
and balance to be held for improvements. (V. 19,

—

p. 3(5; V.2<), p. 16,85,

Lake Superior

A

140,451; V.

SI, p. 9, 252,418.)

Afissisgippt.-Foraietiy leased to

Pacific. Land grant, 1.6 ;2,000 acres. Foreclosure plan V. 22. p. 111. (V. 20. p. 88, 140, 383; V.
31, p. 372, 570; V. 22, p. 233, 545; V. 2:t, p. 33 )

Northern

Lawrence.

— Leased

to Pittsburg, Fort

Wayne &

Chicago at 40 per cent on gross earnings. Lease
transferred to Pennsylvania Comp--my. Net earnings, 1875, »84,n7. Sinking fund has $10,000 bonds.
,(V. 80. p. 42.?.)
tea'.enworth, Lawrence it Oo/»aiton.— Defaulted
on interest Jaly, 1873. (V. 'M, p. 1.0, 162, 268, 521;
V. 21, p. i:J7, .591 V. 2.3, p. 40.)
Lehigh <& //OcicioanTia.— Operated by Central of
New Jersey as a coal road.
Lehigh Vailey.—TUa company's earnings are
chietly from anthracite coal.
The gross Income
;

Funded debt

$3,287,973 $2,783.K33
23,222,441) 24.505.447 •27,i 92,297
.10,875,000 16,839,000 22,129,000
.
1,831,613

—

.$2.32.-).7l).'i

.

Floating debt ....
Anthracite

3 II .593 V. 22. p. 1 5 6 V. 93, p. 1«3.)
Miami -This company leases the Columbus
Xenia, and both are lea-Ksd to Pittsburg, Cincinnati & St. Louis, Luarauteed by Ponu. RU., lessees
assuming interest payment on bo^d3 and 8 per cent
,

;

;

Little

&

on stock.
*8jl,09!».

Net earnings. 1875,
(V. 20, p. 427.)

(L.

M.

&

0.

A X

)

Utile Kockit Fort Smith.— FoTec\oacii Dec. 10, 1874.
Re-organized and stock issued for old bonds. The
new mortgage is for construction to Fort Smith.
(V. 19. p. 58.3, 617, 6.39; V. 20, l>. 62; V. 21, p. 4 8.)
Litlie Rock, Pine Bluff ift Hew Orleans.— So\d in
foreclosure Dec. 10, 1*73, for $35,000. V. 21, p.
53^, 613.
Litlie SchuylkiU.

dclphia

&

—Leased and operated by PhUft-

Reading.

do
do
do

J.
J.

details of the construction account, nor of the
cost or value of its miscellaneous Investments. The
Amboy branch was ciimpleLed June, 1875, and
$8,499,867 had been cpeiit on it to December, 1875.

foHows:

do
do
do

Dividends, 7 per c nt.

—

Logamport, CrawfordsvUle (fc S. W. of Ind. Decree or sale made.
The total liabilities. September
1875. reported at $4,097,n00, of which »32;,0(K) were
receiver's certificates. (V. 20, p. 86, 318, 521, S93;
V. 21, p. 302, 618: V. 22, p. 63.)
Long Island.— Grnse earnings, 1ST4-.5, $821,889;
net. $21 J. 503. In January, 1S76. a sale of stock was
made to Mr. Poppenhusen, and this roid has since
leased the Flushing No. Shore
Central, and the So.

&

1873

Office.

N.Y.,8t. Nicholas N.Bk.

JiUy, 1890

May, 1903
April, 1901
Sept., 1901
June, 1869
July, 1873

J.

6

all sources, in 1874-5, was $7,318,067;
net
$1,055,20^.
After interest and dividends, there
wai a deficit in 1874-5 of $93,053, taken from

fund.

Company's

M.AN.
M. A N.
A. A O.
M. A S.

3

from

reserve

1894

J.

41a

3,000,000
000.000
400,000
370,000
2,500,000
1,100,000
150,000
600,000

1971a 67-'70 500 &c
197>a 1809 500 &c.

1870

7

2,.309,710

100

"39

7
7

8,988,301
849,000
225,000
88,000
333,000
7,109,000
2,000,000
3,500,000

£200
£200

1867
1809

7
8g.
"7

851,000
74,519
100,000
3,000,000
981,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

20
77
77

3

2,623,483

100

1871
1872
1870

7

A
A
A
A

Cincinnati.

Boston.
July 1, 1895
A.
April, 1900
O. N. Y., Union Trust Co.
Philadelphia Office.
July, 1876
J.
J.
A.
do
O.
Oct., 1877
Jones A Schuyler.
Q.-F. N. Y.,
Aug., 1900
r.

000,000

<fe

Various

6

1,500,000
3,300,000
1,.500,000
130,000
250,000

Aprii'isaa
Aug. I, 187S
Aug. 1, 1876
July 1, 190O
July 1, 1900
Deo. 1, 1903
Oct. 1, 1882
Oct. 1, 1879
May, 188.*}
Nov. 1, 1877

& D
O.
& O.
M. & N
M. & N.
J. & J.
Jan. 1, 1880
A. & O.
Oct. 1, 1892
A. & O.
April 1, 1899
July 1, 1885
7
J. & J.
A. & O.
7
April 1, 1886
July 1, 1882
7
J. & J.
M. & 8.
7
Sept. 1, 1886
7
\. & O.
April 1, 1898
& J.
Jan. 1, 1890
7
July, 1887
8
& J.
& J.
July, 1887
8
A J.
July, 1888
8
3
&. O.
Oct. 1. 1875
7
& J. N Y., Union Trust Co, Jan. 1, 1897
A D.
do
June 1, 1894
7
da
A J. N, Y., Boston A PhUa, Jan., 1899
do
ll'- A. A O
do
Oct., 1902
2I3
Pittsburg Offlcc.
July, 1876
Q.-J.
F. A A, N. Y., Winslow, L. ACo,
Aug., 1895
7
July, 1899
10
J. A J N. Y., Fann. L. A T. Co,
10
M. A N.
Boston Office.
May, 1890
do
1892
8
F. A A.
Feb., 1897
7
Philadelphia Office.
July 15, 1878
Q.-J.
2>a
Juue, I89S
6
J. A D. Reg. at office, cp.B'kN.A
Sept., 1910
M. A S. PhiliMlelphla Office.
7
do
do
1898 A 1923
««• J. A D.
J. A J.
Philadelphia Office.
Jan., 1892
M. A N.
May 1, 1902
7
M.
Cincinnati.
June 10, 1876
2
^.-iA N. N Y., Bank of America.
May, 1883
"7'

723,.50<»

1,000
1,000

130
83
185

.

2,016,10(1

i',6oo

392

Lukens raW«i/—Stock
it Augusta— l»t mortgage
2d mort., endorsed by Oeorgm Railroad
Macon it Brunswick — 1st mort.. State endors
2d mortgage
Equipment bonds
Madison £ Portgage— lat mort., gold

p.

50

1856
1863
1863
1868

JUaeoH

were

1,000
1,000

'

70

cSi

1875-6 gross earnings
(V. 20, p. 5*0; V. S2,

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
'

i23
123

Memphis Ohio, 1st mort., sterling, guar
Memphis & Clarksville br., Ist mort., sterling
LouisctUe, Paducah it S. If.— 1st mort

Keokuk <t Des 4foin«».— Formerly East. Div. of Des
Moines Valley. The stock is $1,524,000 pref. and

1,000
1,000
1,000

1853
1864

19
141
81

2d mortgage, bonds, gold

common. In year

1,442,(K)0

1,000
1,000

50

05
175
175
603

Louisville it Ifashville— Stock
Louisville l(>an
Ijebaiiou branch, Louisville loan
Lebanon branch, 1st mortgage
exten.sion, Lonisvilie loan
do
Censolidated 1st mortgage for $8,000,000

$^,400,00,1

1 ,000,000
1,000,000

500 &0.
500 &c.
50

New York.
N.Y., Union Trust Co.
du
do

Q.-J.

A.
A.

2,(i>i2,()(J0

500 Ac.

1868
1870
1873
1872

10
15

—

—

1904
1884

do

J.

5,25(i,(M)0

Ac,

1865
1869
1870
1872

13,000

9.105,000
3,395,000
1.198,000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1803
1809
1809
1872

"si
51
150

iowreiice—Stock
Ist mortgage
Leaven., Law. i£ Gale. — 1st mort.,l.gr. ,8.f.,oonv
Kansas C. & Santa Fe, 1st mort., guar.
Southern Kansas, Ist mort., guar
Lehigh tt Lackawanna 1st m()rtgagc

Little

500

,4

1

3,8H0,()0O

guar.

ot.

nmrtgago
2d mortgage
1st

Zake Superior it Miss— Int
Income mortgage bonds

1807
1809
1853
1800
1802
1800
1808
18G9
1867
1867
1868

258
102
102
88
88
88
37

Tlireo Kiver
Scliooloraft

&,

1857
18.59

& A
&

533.500

1,000
1,000
1.000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

18.55

9.5
9.5

do
do

Kalamazoo A

do

O.

l',()00

1870
1870
1873
1872
1809

Siii
4.51
4.51

2d miirtgaKe, Micliigan Soutlicrn
2d luoitKage (t!., P. & A. Rl{.) registered bonds..
3d mortgage
do
Lake shore dividend l>onds, April, 1809
1st mortgage (C. & Tol. KK.) sinking fund
2d mortgage
do
Buffalo & Erie, mortgage bonds

Schoolcraft

New York Office,

&O

&

100
100

861
804
801

ro«i8lere<l

(for ^i.'i.OOO.OOtl) coup, and reg.
f. $(!()(),(>()() per yr.) coup, or rog.

do
do

A.
A.

258,720
2,3!I3,<)00

Ouarauteeil lOperceut stock

do
2d mortifase, do.
Income bonds (s.

$2,3(X),000

of L. I

,

and

Jan.,
April.

V.

1897
1900

Aag. 1, 1873
1866 to 1887
1886
Nov., 1880-'8S
Oct, 15, 1893
April, 1898
1, 1883
Dec, 1901
Aug., 1902
Mch. 1, 1390
Feb., 1876
1887
1879
1887 to 1900
1889
1879
Oct., 1890

Nov.

operated together.

all ,!re

135, 158, .375. 417;

Jani.'isSl

CV. 22,

p

23, p. 112.)

i«x.— There are

also $60,010 old
bonds an 1 $.374.003 8 per ct. niortg. bonds of 187*
due 1902, and $1,582,500 7 per ct. mortg. bonds of
1'73 due 190S. The co:npany defaulted on interest
1873-4.
bale in foreclosure noticed for Dec 4, 1876.
(V. 19, p. 351; V. 20,p.2IJ,.3%3; V. 21, p. 877, 395; Y.
22, p. 181, 352: V. 2:3, p. 16, 6.3. 135.)

LouifvUle, Cln. <t

Louisville, aew Albaty dt St. Loult A'r-lAmt.—
This road is projected from Louisville to St Loal^t
and has 28 miles built. To be sold ij forec'osnrc.
(V. 20, p. 16, 35T, 4.53; V. 21, p. 86; V. 22, p. Sifl.)
Louisville it Nashville. Annnal report for year
ending June 30 1875. in V. 21, p. 309. Oross c«mlin stem and branches. $4,'308,96§, net,
iogs of
$1,51.S,89S. General result of operating whole system,
and leased lines w.is a deficit of $31,79:3, after paying
Net earnings. July to
interest and all charges.
December, 1875, much better, being $1,043,751.
Nashville & Decatur is leased, and iiabiiities for tha
South & North Alabama are assumed. (V. 90, p.
16; V. 2!,p. 1.57 )
Louisville, Paducah <ft S. TT.— Formerly BUzabethtown & Paducah, to which Louisville city
In September. 1874, Interest
loaned $2,000,rao.
was not paid. Sale In foreclosure to taks place Aug.
24.
f\'. 20, p 357, 406; V. SI, p. 383, 395, 489; V. »,

m

p. 487.)

Lykens Fa&y.— Leased to Summit Branch Railroad at $62,500 per annum.
Macon dt .luspusfa.- Leased and operated by the
Georgia Railroad, which guarantees all the bonds
except $100,000 of first mortgage. Gross earnings,
(V. 2'. p. 157.)
lS75-b, $lf«,OM; net, $1 ',8.16.
Macon it Brunswick.— Thia road being In defanit,
was sold June 2, 187o, and bought for the Stale;
offered again for sale or lease January, 18T6. The
Georgia Legislature declared fraudulent $800,000 of
the endorsed bimds issued in 1870. (V. 20, p. 4<i6,
501. 5-16, 570, 593. «15: V. 22, p. 3 of advertisements.)
Madison it Portgage. Consolidated as Chicago
& Sui>erior. No bonds could bo negotiated aftw
the "Petter law," (V, 21, p. 15.)

—

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ZXll
Subscribers

irlll

[August 26, 1876.

conftr a great faror by elTlng Immediate notlee or aujr error discovered lu tbese Tables.

DESCRIPTION.

1

Date

j,„^^

Size,

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.

or

iioiirfs— Principal, when due,

Amomit Rate per When Where
of
of
Par
For explanation of column lipadluKS, Ac, see notes
Payable, and by
Road. Bonds Value. Outstanding
Cent.
Payable
at tbe head of ttrst page of tables.
Whom.

&'(oc/,-s— Last

Dividend.

'

Maine Central—Stoc^
Maine Central interest

33
357

scrip
Ist mortgage, con.soli(late<l
Bonds (.*!, 100.000 loan) A. &. K. RR.
Extension liouds, 1870, Kold
Maine Central loan for $1,100.000
IjCeds ^ FarminytoM RaiIroa<l loan
Andro.scofrgiu Railroad, Batii City loan

Portland

& Kennebec,

do
do

do
do

&

Belfast

Manchester

100 &c.

1870
1868
1871
1861

"38
"72

stocli

33
26
90
22
100
276

Lawrence— Stock

—

—

m

1871
1869
1870

50
50
50

Ist mortgage, dollar
1st mortgage, sterling

2d mortgage
3d mortgage
4th mortgage for $ 1,000,000
Bcioto & Hocking Valley RR., 1st mortgage
Bait. Short Line, stock, 8 p. c. guar by M. &
do
do
1st mort., guar, by M. & C
Cincinnati & Baltimore RR., stock

do

do

1st

C.

100

30

mortgage

44
94
109
54
54
291

,

Charleston

—stock

Tenuesse loan
Ist mortgage, convertible
2d mortgage
Consolidated mortgage
Income bfmds

Memphis

d-

Little

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

"25

1873
1873
1860

291

Bock— 1st mort.,

1.

gr

i'si

2d mortgage
Michigan Central— stock

569
284
284
284
103

Ist mortgage, convertible, sinking fund
1st mt)rtgage, convertible

Consolidated mortgage (for $10.000,000)
Michigan Central (Air Line mortgage)
Michigan Air Line Ist mort., assumed by M.

C

1874
1870
1870
1866
1869

116
116

[

236
57
57
126
125
140
32
35
100

(

c£-

Maine
roads.

—

December 31, 1875, had the following;
total earnings for the year 18T5 have been
$1,786,016 47; operating expenses, $1,147,066 82;
net earnings, $t)S9.009 6.5- sufficient to pay all operending
*'

The

ating expenses, interest, coupons and rents, and
leave a small balance. In 1874 the total receipts
were $2,094,080 55. and operating expenses $l,.8i,Net, t812,3W 30. Showing a diminution
631 25.
this year, ae compared with last, in gross receipts,
$308,001 03; in operatinj expenses of $134,614 43;
and in ict receipts of $1T3.38J 65.
"Of this reduction in our gross receipts the past
year, $77, ^22 56 was occasioned by the modiflc.ition
of former contracts, for the purpose of prodncmg
uniform and harmonious action between the Eustern

&

Maine roads, which will result, as we
trust, to the benefit and in the general convenience
of our patrons who have occasion to 3o business

and Boston

over the railroads west of Portland. The balance
of the diminution in our gross receipts, $230,631 62,
must be attributed to the general depression of tlie
bneiness of th« country, and 'reduction of tariff by
special rates.' " (Vol. SO, p. 313, 856: V. 22, p.

350.)

—

1S75-6, $100,686.

(V. 23, p.

588.)

Mansjleld, Coldwaler <t. L. if.— Leased by Penn.
for net earnings. In hands of mortgage
(V.20, p. 4*6; V. Si, p. 43.)

Company

Mansfield <fc F>amingham.—hetiBe(l to Boston
Clinton & Fitrhbi:;g, at '25 per cent of gross earnings. Consolidation m.'ide June, 1875. (V. 20, p. 61S.)

—

Marietta, PUtsbur-jh
Cleveland. Net earnings
in 1^74 were $40,717. Defaulted and in receivers
luuids August, 187.5.

—

1.000

50
1838
1870
1856
1866

1,000
1,000

1,000,000
18,738,204
2,179,000

556,000
8,000,000
1,900,000
200,000
600,000

640,000
70,000
1,000,000
SOO.CKK)

491,200
424,000
1,906,000
1,317.000
158,000
810,000
1,958,000
880,000
1,100.000
2,134.000
3,000,000
3,909,600
320,000

500,000
600,000
1,2.54,500

409,444
21,405,000
2,856,000
349,000
14,758,000

Marietta cfe ClTu^innati. Gross eamiBgs for the
year 1875 were $l,<i«J,015; expenses, $l,230,'OTi net

P<utland.
O. Best., Nat. B'kCom'ree.
A. Bost., N. Bk. Commerce
O.
do
do

&
&
eg. A. &
7
J. &
J. &
6
J. &
3
J. &
6
A, &
6
A. &
eg- M. &
5
M. &
7
A. &
7
J. &
7g. F. &
"38. M.

J.
J.
J.
J.

O.
O.

N.
N.

1912
1890 to 1891
1900
Oct.,
do
do
JiUy, 1898
Portland.
July, 1901
Host., Nat, B'k Com'rce.
July, 1891
Portland, Me.
July 15 1875
do
April 1, 1883
Bost., Nat. B'k Coni'rcc. Oct. 1, 1895
Belfast and Boston.
May 15 1890
Manchester and Boston. May 1. 1876
April 1

O.
J. Boston, Bost. Nat.Bank
A. N. Y., Winslow, L. & Co

it's.

s.

M.
F.
F.

&.

6g.
7g.

J.
J.

10

J.

do

J.

& J,
& D

10

A.

earnings. $371,434, against $523,150 net earnings in
1874.
This road forms a part of the through route,
and is operated in close connection with the Baltimore
Ohio Uailro'id. which has made large advances for recent construction on the "Short Line."
Annual report V. 2J, p. 208.

&

&
&

18

•

1866
Seiit., 1866
Bait., R. Garret & Sons. Aug. 1, 1891
London.
Aug. 1, 1891
Bait., R. Garret & Song. May 1, 1896
do
do
July 1, 1890
do
do
do
do
May 1, 1896
do
Jidy, 1876
do
1904
Bait., Merch. Nat. Bank Dec. 1
do
do
May, 1876
do
do
Jan. 1 1900
N. Y., Company's ofBce. June 1 1892
do
do
July 1, 1891
do
do
Aug. 1 1892
do
do
Sept. 1 ,1903
Bost., Bk. of Commerce,
Nov. 1 1885
do
do
Doc. 1 1889
May'l '1880
Jau. 1 1885
Jan. 1 1913
1873 to '78
May 1 1890
Jan., 1873
Oct. 1, 1882
Oct. 1, 1882

May

1, 1902
1, 1890
1890
April 1, 1883
Nov. 1, 1890
Nov. 1, 1890
July 1, 1886
July 1, 1879
July, 1876
May 1,1902
1902
July 1, 1885
March 1, 1878
May 1, 1890
Sept. 1, 1891
1889
Aug., 1899
Dec, 1901
June 1, 1902
Jan., 1876
Jan. 1. 1890
1890
April 1,1876

Jan.

Sept.l,'81to'93

1899

Jan..

New

Various
M. & N
M. & N

250,000

188

1,
1,

Sept.,

<Ss

8
6

.911

Oct.,

July
Aug.

& 8.
& A.
& A.
?«•
M. & N.
8
J. & J.
-jM.& N.
4
J. & J.
7
J. & D.
4
M. & N.
7
J. & J.
8
J. & D.
8
J. & J.
8
F. & A.
10
M. & S.
6
M. & N.
6
J. & D.
'e'
J. & J. N.Y., 3d National Bank.
7
M. & N N. Y., E. T. Wilson & Co.
7
J. & J
do
do
7
J. & J
do
do
10
M. & 8.
do
do
8
M. & N. N. Y., Sweneon, P. & Co.
"is.
& J. New York and Boston.
8
& O,
Boston Office.
8
& O,
do
7
& N. N. Y., Farm. L. & T. Co.
8
<& J
do
do
8
& N.
do
do
8
& O
do
do
8
& N,
do
do
8
& N.
do
do
8
& J.
do
do
8
8.
do
do
2I3
& J.
do
do
8
& N.
do
do
8
& N. New York and Boston.
8
& J N. Y., Farm. L. & T. Co.
8
& S.
do
do
8
<k N.
do
do
8
& S,
do
do
8
& J. N. Y., Winslow, L. & Co.
& A, N. Y., Turner Bros.
I'
& D N.Y., Merch. ExcN.Bk.
& D N. Y'., S. S. Sands & Co.
& J, Philadelphia, P.cfc R. Co.
u10
&. J. Detroit, 1st Nat. Bank.
& J.
?«•
& O.
Memphis, Office,
3
7

768,(XK)

5,000,000
1,947,000

Y'ork, Inqiiire

June, 1903

Company'^ Onice,
7 Nassau street.

1904-1906
May, 1890

N. Y., Farm. L.
Boston, Co.'s
O.
J.

&

1

Jan. iVi899

T. Co.

AprU

office.

15,

1890

Midland Pacijic.— This was one of the roads repre-

New York, of
which Benj. E. Smith was president. Default in interest was made in February and August, 1875.
sented by Messrs. Turner Bros, in

Mi'waukee <ft A'o)'^A<rm.— This roid defaulted CD
December, 1874. Circular to bondholders, V
It is leased to Wisconsin Central, and
p. 61.5.
there is said to be prospect of resumption. (V.
interest

Marquette, Houghton (6 Ontonaffon. —Th\s is a consolidation of Marquette & Ontonaeon and Houghton A Ontonagon. Lands amount to 42.5,001 acres,
chiefly timber aud mineral.
Stock, $2,306,600.

—

Maryland

<fc
Ddawire. This line was leased by
Jerr^ey Southern, to fo.m part of the
through route. Lately, decree of foreclosure was
made. (V. 2J, p. 242; V. 22 p. 667, 615.)

the

New

Memphis

Charletton— This road was leased to
the Southern Railway Security Co.. but in 1874 the
lease was cancelled and Mr. R. T. Wilson, President
of the East Tennessee, Virginia & CJeorgia, road was
elected President of the Memphis & Charleston,
with a new bt.'ard of directors. No recent report has
<6

been obtainable.
made.

(V. 19, p. 424.)

•20,

a-a,

p. 2.33.)

—

Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western. Sold in fore
closure for $2,.509,7ta, Dec. 10, 1875. Interest pail on
first mortgage June, 1876.
(V. 21, p. 277, 591.)

Mine IftU dt Schuylkill flown.— Leased to Philadelphia & Reading, May 1864, for 999 years; S per
cent dividends on stock.
Mineral Point.— Tola] receipts 18/3, $1-28,151; expenses and interest, $130,6.4
cost of road, &c.,
;

$1,200,010.

—

Little Rock.—Deaee of foreclosure
(V. 20, p. S36, 615; V. 21, p. 15; V. 22, p.
<b

Mississippi, Ouachita tfc Red RiV'er. Land grant
257.000 acres. Sold in foreclojnre, Dec. 16, 1875,
for $25,000. (V. 2 ), p. 405; V. 21, p. 635, 613.)

471.)

Mississippi

Michigm Ce«<ra/.— The annual

trustees.

&

50ifec

100

Memphis

Manchester dfe Lawrence. Formerly operated with
the Concord Railroad as one line. Net earnings

1,000

'

t

Centred. The Mame Central leases several
'The report of
the year's operations,

1.000
1,000
1,000
1,000

182 1868
1,000
100 1870
1,000
786 1871-3 1,000
70 1870
1,000
70
161 1869
1,000
161 1870 500 &.C.

2d mortgase

do

1872
1872
1865
1868
1870
1871
1869
1869
1870
1872

786

Preferred stock (for $7,000,000)
Ist m., gold, sink, fund, onroad and land (U. P.S.Br)
let mortgage, gold (Tebo. & Neosho)
Consolidated mortgage, gold, on road and land
Hannibal *Si Central Jlissburi, 1st mortgage

do

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

100

1

Misemiri R., Fort Scott <* Ottlf—l»t m. l.gr.s.
2d mortgage, coupon, may be regist<;red

401.000

1872
1869

"39
39
94
94

1st mort., guar
2d mort,, guar
Grand River Valley, Ist mort., guar
do
do
2d mort., guar
stock, guar
do
do
Detroit & Bay City 1st mortgage, endorsed
do
do
mortgage (not guar M.C.)
Jackson, Lansing <fe Saginaw Ist mort
1 g^i;
do
2d mort., conv. p,^'c
s S'Si
Ist mort. (N. of Win.), conv.
do
do Cons. m. on whole line (300m.) J § 9 £
Michigan Lake Hhjire—lst mortgage
Midland Pacific— iHt mortgage, gold
Milwankee d Northern — 1st mortgage
Milwankee. Lake Shore d Western — 1st m., gold
Mine Hill d- Si'h uijllciU ifarcH— stock
Mineral Point H'/.s'.) — 1st mortgage
Mississippi. Ouachita
Red Ulcer— 1st m., gold
Mississip/ti d Tennessee— 1st mortgage
Consolidated bonds
Tennessee State loan
Missouri, Kansas d 2'cjfis— stock

do

F.

1,3(K),000

10

Equipment bonds
Kalamazoo ct South Haven,
do

1872
1871
1872
1873

"50

Maryland <£ Delaware~l&t mortgage
2d mortgage
d:

1,000

5»2

Marquette. B. <t O— 1st mort., I'd gr., M. & O., coup.
Ist mort., I'd gr., H. & O., coup
2d mort., land grant, M., H. & O., coup
3d mort.,
do
do
do

Memph is

1869

A.

6

1,166.700
150,000
1,000,000
1,600,000
300,000
1,500,000
1,408,912
8,130,719
4,460,368
2,450,000
1,050.000
2,500,000
3,000,000
2,004,000
300,000
1,125,000
750,000
1,200,000
500,000
1,910,000
2,000,000
840,000
706,000
850,000
150,000
5,312,725
1,671,913
1,293,000
1,000,000
605,000

1,000

do

2d

6
7

496,500
756,800
633,000
425,000
741,400
217,300

100
100
100
500 &c
100

1863
1865
1870

1st mort., extended

cou»olidat«d mortgage...

1,680,.500

1,100,000

1872

19

Mansfield, Cohhcater <£ L. Jlf.— Ist mortgage
Mansfield di Frambu/ham Ist mortgage
Marietta. I'ittsb. rf- cVcretenrf— Ist M., $14,000 p.
Marietta <£- Cincinnati Stock, common
Stock, 1st preferred

do

$3,620,120
496,892

1860^1

Mooseliead, Ist mortgage
d:

$100

357.

report to

May

31,

showed gross earnings on main

line and
branches of $S,850,M61, and net earnings. $2,013,06!,
or $13.81i morj than previous year. Net floating
debt. May 3!, 1876. $;00.000
The Jack.. Lan.
s.
debt is assumed by Michigan Central, which also
pays $70,00.1 per year on the stock, one-third of
1-^76,

&

wh'ch

owns.
Interest was passed on the
Detroit & Bay City bonds, not guaranteed, Nov.,
1875.
(V. 19, p. 113; V. 20, p. 101; Y. 2), p. 15, 109;
V. 22, p. 41; V. 23, p 16, 183.)
it

M'^chigan Loke 5Aor«.— Defaulted 1872. and
hauls. (Y. 18, p. •J48, 501; V. 21,

receiver's

11a.)

In
p.

cfc

Tennessee —Stoc\c,

earnings 1874-6, f 311,.333.

V.

22, p.

$82.5,400.

18

Net

1

Missouri, Kansas A 7fxas.—'Vha latost jilan of
settlement with bondholders was given in the
Chronicle. V 22. p .'iOS. Receiver was appointed,
December, 1874. Land grant is about 4,565, 12 acres.
Annual report for 1875 in the Chronicle. V. 22, p.
542
(V. 21, ]). 87. 186. 207. 853. 395: V. 22, p. Ill,
158, 30'.. s«s, 446, 447, 471, 49J, 621, 542, 590; V. 23,
1

p. 40, 183.)

Missouri River. Fort Scott dk 6ul/.—T\\e stock is
Interest pa'sed Oct
ls78, on 2d, and
$5,950,000.
Jan., '74, on 1st m'tgs. Netlncome of 1875. $34:3,616.
(V. 20, p. 403;V. 21, p. 16; Y. 22, p. 470, 496.)
,

I

..

August

..

BAILROAD STOCKS AND

2C, 187t5.]

D0.ND8.

zxUl

Snbaerlbers will eonfer a creat fltTor by bItIdx Immediate notice or any error dlacoTered In thee* TaMee.

DESCRIPTION.

Miles

Date

of
of ooliiniu beadlnKS. Ac, eeo uotes
of
the liciul of ttrat page of tables.
Rood. Bonds.

For explauation
lit

8.5

Plain

imla

li(

—

Mobile if Mon tfjoincry stock
Mobile d- (Mio— stock
Convert ibli» 8 per <'Ciit bonds

'59-'66

1869
1867

1,000

iHt iiioits-'MKc Sterling
Interest IhmhIh
Interest h pints, sterling
Tennessee «iib.t., lat mortgage, sterling
Speeliil mortgage (Mississippi, Gainesville

$1(55,000
300,(K)0

500
100
100

186
510
1873
1853

1,000

£225

I

4 Tex.)

21

1871
1871

1,000

100

2d mortgage
Consolidated mortgage, gold (for $1 5,0(X),000)
Montclair of New Jersey— int m., gold, guar

1874

. .

Ac

Port Jemis— 1st mortgage
Morris li A'sscj— stock
Ist mortgage, sinking fund

2d mortKuge

,

Convertible b»nds
Constnietion bonds
Oon. ni. & 1st on Boonton Br. Ac. (gmir. D.L.4W.)
Consol. mort. (for .$2r>,()(X),000) guar. D. L. Jit
Siwctal real e.'state mortgage
Kouihvule, Chaltatiooga it St. iouis—stock
Bonds to U. 8. government, 2d mort
Bonds endorsed by Tenn
New 1st mort. ($20,000 iHsr mile)
J/^astiville it D»'ca(«r— 1st mort. guar, by Li.iSe N. .

34
137

W

132
132
14

Nashua d! I/OwcZ/— Stock
Bonds for freiglit depot

mortgage

Xorlhamp. (canal RR.)—Stock
Mortgage bonds, coupon
Bonds convertible, tax free, coupon
<C

.

2d mortgage, currency
<i:

37
78

.Vew I'u;*— 1st mort. (for $1,500,000)

mortgage
mortgage (Toms' River br.)
2d mortt'iige bonds

N.

J. Soiithfrn~-li>t

Ist

mortgage i>ouds
2d mortgage

1st

rer.— 1st mortgage (Mob. to N. O.)
St. Louis it C/uc— Consolid. stock
consolidated mortgage (for .$25,000,000)
Consolidated Ist mort., gold (N. O., J. & G. N.). ..
Ist mortgage,
do
do
2d morlirage,
do
do ...
Consolidated mortgage (Mississippi Central)
1st mortgage,
do

JV. O., iloli. <£

. .

Orleans,

New

2d mortgage,
do
Tennessee State Loan
do
Income and e(nupment mortgage
2d mortgage scrip
:
jr. y., Boston it Montreal — 1st mortgage, gold
N. Y. tt Canada— 1st M., sterling, guar. D.& U. Can.
New York Central <i Hudson if tDec—Stock
Premium bonds
(N. Y. Central)
Bonds. B. & N. F. stockholders
do
Bonds railroad stock
do

!

£.^,000,000

5

B01;V.

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

842

280.)
Ohio. —The company has been

Mobile <fe
in default
since March, 1875. Gross earnings, 1355, SI,914,:M7:
net, *.W!,45.3. (V. -21, p. 80>: VV 22, p. 15^ 816, 4^7,
513, 5*0, 61i8; V. 28, p. 112, 181.)

Montdair.- The 3d mortgage was foreclosed December, 1S';4. and road sold again Sept. 25, 1875.
(V. 20, p. IS, 290,333, 488, 501, 571; V. 31, p. 186,
278, 323, 3»5.)

Montgomfry

A

Eufaula.—lMenet has been

fault since January, 18T3.
toads. (V. 21, p. 439; V.
Monlicello

July

(ft

«,

In de-

one of the State aid

p. 18:).)

,/i!r(i».— Defaulted in 1873.
Sold
p. 33, 143, 503; V. 20. p. S5«,
592.)

Port
(V.

7, 1875.

It is

19,

V. 21, p. .39,
Morris db £JM«c.— Leased in perpetuity to the
Delaware, Lackawanna A Western.
The lessees
asanm all liabilities and pay 7 per cent on stock,
and 8 after 1874. if thev then earn 10 net on Morris
* Essex road. (V. 20, p.'85, 477, 488; V.ia,p. 399.)
Nashville, Chattanooga A St. Louis.— Oro»» eamlogs of 187.1-6, tl,751,59't; expenses and taxes.
1,023,423; net earnings, $728,176
The debt to r.
t and be mis endor-ed by Tenn. are secured by
<lcpo3it of llie 1st mortgage 7 per cents. (V. 22, p.
38-3;

•

.

.30-.. 4V), 4fl-; V.
21, p. 86, 181.)
Nashville <t Decatur. Leased May 4, 1 -71, to LouA Nashville Company for thirty years.

1U9, 181,

isville

Nashua

ct

Lowetl.-'Set earnings in 1874-5, »56,4«4.

,(V. 21, p. .590.)

Naugatuck.— Hel earnings
21, p.

oil

1874-5, 4322,337.

(V.

1

Newark, Somerset <t S<ratopU?<.— Leased to Sandusky, ManslleH A Newark. Guaranteed by Balti-

more &

Ohio^

840
840

regis-

22, p.

900,000
200,000
3,000,000
1,.500,000
916,000
2,120,000
120,000

100 Ac.
500 Ac.

350

tered.

MoMle it Girard—The Central Railroad of Georgia endorses »*12,5!10 at the first and all the second
mortgage bonds. Net earnings 1874-5, t2-J,68}.
Mobile eft J/on/wmerw.— Sold in foreclosure, November, 1874. and stock given to old bondtiolders.
Old mort-jage debt yet out, *«63,l»0. (V. 30, p. 62,

1,000,000

1,000
1,000

1,000,000
5,300,000
3,000,000
1,500,000
300,000
309,500
4,000,000
12,158,050

1,600
"ioo

1,000

P.
A.

7

J.

7
1>3

2(1,

p.

7
7

M.
F.

I'-

J.
J.

8

A

6
7
7

J.
J.

7
6g.

1,894,000
1,950,000
18,405,000
9,733,333

J.
J.

A
A
A
A

A.

590.)

The company, having

exhausted

its capital and credit in construction,
leased to the New York Midland for 7 per cent on
its cost
it had at the time a fl'iatingdebt of about
$400,003. After the panic of 1873 the road came
;

back without sufficient rolling st^ck and without
means to pay interest. The Ijondholders funded
coupons, but default fwas again made.
Several
V.

(V. 21, p.
22, p. 87,

3i),

185,

N'W

Jersey .Southern.— T^l9 was a consolidstion of
several roads. Not earnings. 1875, * 109.276. Interest
in default fince October. 187-1.
Litigation in progress.
Plan of re-organization, V. 31. p. 4H«. (V. iW,
488; V. 31, p. 466, 43s; V. 23, p. 422.)
p. 313,
New Jersey West Line.— la foreclosure. (V. 19,
p. (MO; V. 2.1. p. 383; V. 22, p 85'. 400 )
New London Northern. Operated under lease till
1891 by Vermont Central for $I.''0,000 a year. Income of Co.. in lb71-5, $151,975; disbursements,

—

$143,973. (V. 21, p. .'JOK )
New Orledhs, Mo/>ile it Tacas.—The Western Division of this road was sold Nov. 18, 1874. Interest
in default since 1873.
The trustees' cirou'ar for re-

organization of Western Division is given in V. 21,
(V. 31, p. 231, 535; V. 22, p. 3«, 351, 568.)
p. S31.

New

Orleans, St.Lmitit

A

Mobile.

do

1877-1882
1, loot

or London.

Opdyke A
do
do
do
do
Y., G. Opdyke A

N. Y., G.

do

Jan.

Co.

March 1, 1836
June 1, 1900

Co.

do

1890
2, 1876
1914
1391
1900
1839
Oct., 1901
June 1, 1915
July

Apr. I,i875

1831 and '91
July 1. 1913
July 1, 1900
Oct., 1837
Nov. 2, 1374
1893
JiUy 10, 1876
Nov. 1, 1889
July, 1876
1898 to 1900
Oct., 1874
Jan., 1399

J.
J.

Wcajo.—Ovo»i earnings

N. Y., 80. RR. Ass'n.
N. Y., J. B. Alexander.

do

0.

N.
N.
A.
.1.

N.

D.
D.
0.
J.
J.

Jan. 1,1912

July

1,

1886

Oct. 1,1890

do

May 1, 1912

N. Y., So, RR. Ass'n.
N. Y., J. L. King.

Nov.'74,'79'84

1886
1886
1834
Aug. 1,1874
New York Co.'s Office. May 1,1889
Loudon, Baring Bros.
May 1,1904
N. Y., Or. Central Depot. July 17, 1876
May 1,1883
N. Y. Union Trust Co.
May 1,1883
do
do
do
do
May 1, 1883
do
do
May 1,1883
do
do
Dec. 15, 1887
N.Y., Grand Cen. Depot.
Jime, 1835
N. Y., Union Trust Co.
April, 1891
do
do
Jan. 1, 1903
London.
Jan. 1, 1903
do
do

do
do

year ending June 30. 1875, $3,184,320; net, Cl,363.943.
See annual report, V. 23, p. 156. Operoted as a coo«
nectina line with 111. Cent.
III. Central buys op
$200,000 per year of consol. mortgage bonds or 1878.
The Miss. Cent. 1st raort. bonds, duo Nov., 1874, were
not all paid, and Nov. 1, 1875, and Jan., 1876, there
was some delay in paymei t of interest. Floatlog
debt June 30, 1875, $1,939,0S7. Receiver appointed

March,

156,

—

466, 489;

New York

Q.-J.
M. A N.
M. A N.
M. A N.
M. A N.

(V. 20. p. 488.)
Nevi ,/ers y .W'i/aftrf.— Defaulted after the panic of

64, 86, »8n, 318, 393, 44J,
5t3. 614.)

J

F. a' A.

2,900,(X)0

plans of rc-orgaiii7-ation are proposed.

A
A

!«• M.

operating expenses, S-399,350; net

and funded eouiwns.

New York and

A
AN
do
do
AA
do
do
A J
do
do
A A
do
do
A
do
do
A D
do
do
A O. New York A Nashville.
N. Y., V. K. Stevenson
A J.
A J. N. Y., V. K. Stevenson.
A J. N. Y., Drexel, M. A Co,
A 0. Nashville, Co.'s Office.
Boston A Nashua.
A N.
AA. BHdgcport, Conn.
AN. N. Y., Union Trust Co,

A
?«• M. A
M. A
P. A
8
7
J. A

Tork. This was a consolidation of the ILickensack & N. 5'ork and Hackensack
Extension, and further bnilt to Haverstraw. The
old bonds are about $300,000, 7 p. c, due May, 1890.

1873

London.
Loudon.

J

N. Y., Union Trust Co.
J N. Y.j Del., Lack A W.

A.

6,2.50,000

(V. 21, p.

Dec. 1, 1883
Nov. 1, 1883
1876 and '83
1883
1901

Mobile.

A J.
do
A 0.
do
Apr. '80 to '82
1891
N. Y., Co.'g Office.
1895
"7e- F. AA.
F. A A.
do
do
1881
7
7g. M. A 8. New York and London. March 1, 1893
M. A N.
N. Y., Co.'s Office,
Nov. 1, 1339
7
A. A 0.
do
do
6
M. A 8.
do
do
isai
7
A. A 0.
AprU 1, 1903
do
do
7
May 1, 1900
M. A N.
July 1, 1376
New London, Office.
I'- Q.-J.
A. A 0. N. Y., B'k of N. America
Sept., 1385
6
J. A D.
do
do
July, 1892
7
8 or 7 g. J. A J. New York, Co.'s Office, Jan. 1, 1915

,

New

New York.
New York and Loudon.

A.

425.)

dh

1878
1889
ISOT

Jan.,
Jan.,

RR. Bank.

V.

J.

6

New Htven <4 fl«rfty— Net earnings 1373-f $24.8.32.
New Haven city guarantees $235,000 of the bonds.
New Haven db NorlAampton. — Gross earnings,
New Jersey

Savannah.
N. Y., Nat. f.lty Bank.

Savannah,

Now Haven.

7

4,000,000
89,428,300
5,936,626
76,000
592,000
106,000

1.000
1,000
1,000

When Due.
Stoekt-Laat
Dividend.

pal,

M.
Newcastle, Penn.
Q.-J.
Various N. Haven, E.S. Scranton

7
3

3,723,.500

1,000
1,000

1874-5, 8i95,li)4;

J.
J.
J.

A.

3,559,000
2,941,000
1,500,000

1869
1,000
1874 «100Ac
100
1853 500 Ac.
1854 100 Ac.
1853
1.000

earnings, $195,91.3.

A.

4

New CasOe <4 Beavr V. K'y.— Leased to Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago, and lease transferred
to Penn. Company. Net earnings, 1875, $219,534.
(V.

F.
J.

7

997,000

1871
1873
1873

M.

7
7

1,997,000
1,279,000
5,000,000
395,115

1854

coupon or

605,000
525,000
2,400,000

100 Ac,

1873
1856
1860
1873

J.

7
7

200,000

100 Ac
100 Ac

1871
1873
1869

3>3

1,882,900
800,000

1,0(X)

1865
1872
1871

Bonds real estate
do
Renewal bonds
2d mortgage, sinking fund (Hudson River)
Coupon boiids 1871 (not mortgage)
$30,000,000

1870
1870

1871
1873
1870

206
206
206
237
237
237

. .

^

500
100

ibo
100
100
140
566

New London Northern—Stoci.

J

1,000

327

Consoliilatcd mortgage, for $7,000,000

Now mongago
j«ew mortirairo

1873
1870
1867

A
A

N

S
?«• M.
7
!«• M. AS
J. A B
Q-J.
7g.

1,025,000
6,575,295
1,000,000
1,100,000
4,700,000
2,100,000
500,000
800,000

25

7>2

Neio Jersey West Line —1st mortgage, gold

New

1

1,000

16
80
80

Jc

New Jersey

,000
,000
1,000
1,000
1

1871
1871
1875

1873
"57
iijo
42 1869 500 Ac
15
50
13 68&70 500 Ac
100
100
76 l'809
1,000

—

Naiigatuck Stock
Newark, SoMcrKet it Strailsv., O.— Ist mortgage...
Newcastle iC- Jleacer Valley—Stoe\i

Westtield RR
N. J. ilUIUtml—lut mort., g'ld, guar, by N.Y.& O.

50
250
500 Ac

A

J.

500,000
15,000,000
5,000,000
3,000,000
284,000
573,000
4,991,000
3,239,0C0

1871

.

Holyol;e

J.

3.30,000

•

345

2d mortgage

/)c/*6v— 1st

1864
1866

J

I'- M. A N
March
8

888,000
1,040,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

vari'ue

,

it

1867
1870
1870

J
J.

Q-M.

M.
««• M.

780,(X)0

80
80
23
137
84
84

tC

New Haven
New Haein

8

m
1,800,000

2d niortgiige

A
A
A

^ m!a N
AN
A

1,4.53,858

1,000

100 Ac

Income bomlH
Monlijomiry <t Hu/aula—l mort., end. by Alabama
Ist mortg.ige, not endorsed
Monticcll'i

J.
J.
J.

33,500
3.022,517
5,320,600
977,550
5,686,000
1,524,300
769,920
1,668,000
53,000

100 Ac.
jEIOOAc

,

/fewu/n— PrinciI

Amoinit
OutstaudiBg Rate per When Where Parable, and by
C«nt.
Payable
Wjiom.

$.500

85

Mobile iC Oirard—lBt mortftage
2<I inurtKnw, oudorsed by Georgia Kuilroad

INTERK8T OR DIVIDENDS.

Size, or
I'ar
Vai ue.

1876.
(V. 21. p. 15. 613;
28!, 338; V. 23. p. 16, 160.)

V.

22, p. 6$, 111.

New Tork, Boston & .Von^nwi/.— Proposed consolidation of several roads from New York to Rutland.
Company defaulted in 1874 and now in handa of
receiver; foreclosure pending. (V, 20, p. 838, 888.
383, 405; V. 21, p.t6, 849; V. 28, p. 447, 471, 54S, M8,
6I:; V. S3, p. 160.)
New Tork Jt Carada.-Th<> bonds are guaranteed
by the Delaware * Hudson Canal Co. Koad opened
through Oct., 1875. (\'. 21, p. 207.)
New Tork Central <t Hudson Slver.—The consolidation of New York Central and Hudson River
was made Nov. 1, 1869. In 1S68 the stock of tba
separate companies

dend on

was

$42,712,700.

The

scrip divi-

New York Central of 80 per cent was made
On consolidation, another 27 percent

in Dec., 1868.

was distiitnited on Central stock and !-5 per cent on
Hudson. The mortgage loan for $40,roO.OflO is to
retire prior debt, and the balance for laying thinl
and fourth track and other improvements. These
tracks were virtually completed from Buff, to Albany
1 ,1875, thus furnishing a double track road exclusively for freight traffic. The Harlem liailroad
was leased April, 1873. The following is a comparison of operations, Ac, for five years :

Jan.

Cost of road

Gross

Net

Funded

and

Receipts.

Receipts.

Debt.

equipm't.

1874-5. $2 ,027,218 $II.7«MI1 $40,003,687 $96,886,774
1873-4. 31,690,>8« 1.3,262,089 33,484,74! 93,506,508
1873 3. 29,126,851 11,484,863 27,735.583 78.014,954
9,1:14.2:19
16,496,020 63.39!l,9»4
1871-i. 2.-),580,675
1870-1.
21,972,105
8,360,316 15,231,719 a),413,6(i7
(V. 20, p. 42, 35", 546; V. 28, p. 4 1, 591.)

.

.

.

.

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS,

xxiT

[August

26, 1876.

Sabaerlbera will confer a creat tavor by kItIiik Immediate notice of anjr error dlncovered In these Tables.

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.

DESCRIPTION.

(

Miles Date Size, or
Amount
For explanation of column liea^Uugs, &o., see uut«B of
of
Par
Rate per When Where Payable, lud by
at tbe head uf tii*8t page uf tables.
Road. Bonds. Value. Outstanding Cent. Payable
Whom.
Ntv) York (t flaWein— Common stock
Preferred stock
Oonsol. mort., coup, or reg. (for $12,000,000)

Binking fund

132

$50
50

132

—

y. y. KotisaUmic tC Xortfieni Ist mortgage
N. y. KlngHt. <£ A'l/m.— lat m., g'd ($^t,000,0001
N. y. <t i^ew England {Host. liartf. <£• iSr(«)—Stock.

1872
1801
1872
1872

"eo

150

$7,500,000

4

1,5.50,000

1,000

10,300,000
108,444

4
7
7
7

500 &c.
500 &c,
1,000

lot

mjntgaws old
New Haven,

101*,

Hartford

<i

"se
141

"

1 Bt

mortgage, new

Ifortk rennsytvania

1,000
1,000
1,000

1869

62
223
223
223
102
102
102
102

common

per cent) ewiiiangcable for 2d mort

2d mortgage, new

100
1863
58-'60

Mortgage bonds
SorUuMStern (S. 6'.)— Stock, common
(8

100 '&c.

1873
62
62

Preferred stock
stock

1873
1869
1870
1871

^.

—Stock

67-'68

1869
1869

58

let mortgage
Chattel mortgage

56

2d mortgage
General mortgage bonds

56

100
100
500
50
50
500
500
50
500 &c,
1,000

Northern Ceii //ai^Stoek
Ist mortgage. State (-Mai'y)aud) loan
2d mortgage, sinking fund, coupon
3d mortgage, sinking fund, coupon
3d mortgage, Y. <fe C. KK. (guaranteed by Bait.)
Consolidatbd mortgage, gold, coupon
do
do
do
registered
Income convertible bonds, coupon

500 &c,

"50

313
138
138
138
26
138
138
138

.

,

Income

bonds* (exchiingcabU; into cousol. mort.).
Consol. mortgaw, gol<l. s. fund, coup. $ or £
Mort. b'dR (for i|i:i,(.><)(i,O00, e.vc. for incomes of '72)
Northern, N. H. Stock
Northern of Neio Jersey— Btoci.
Ist mortgage
:

—

1855
1865
1853
1868
1868
1870
1872

500' '&c,

500 &c
500 &c
1,000
1.000
1,000
1.000
1,000

74-'75

i38
82i2

'i'do

21
21

Northern i'««^c— 1st mortgage, gold, land grant
t£ Worcester
Stock
Ist mortgage. State loan, sinking f imd

550

2d mortgage
Ojdensljwa
Lake Clutmplain— Stock

60
122
122

it:

Sinking fund bonds
Ohio il- Mississippi—Htock, common
Preferred stock (7 p. c. yearly, cimaulative) ...
Income aud funded debt bonds
Ist consolidated uiort. ($3,517,(X)0 are s. f.)
Consolidated mortgage, sterling
2d consolidated siukiug fund mortgage
Debenture sinking fund Ijonds (forl}il,000,000)
Spring.. Div. (Sp.& 111. SE.) IstM. (for $3,000,000;
Oil Vreekd: Allajhemi Kicei
1st mort.(W. & F.KR.
Ist mortgage (Oil Creek RR.)
Ist mortgage (Un. & Titusville RR.)
New mortgage, (I'itts. T. & B.)

393
393
148
393
393
393

OM

Colony— Stock

1802
1808
1868
1871
1873
1874
1865
1862
1870
1876
1876

228
50
38
23

—

&

120
217

B.)

Boiuls

Bonds
Bonds
Bonds
Bonds

Omaha

,

Northwestern— l^anA gi-ant gold bonds.
Orange d: Newarkr-l»t mortgage
Oregon <t California 1st mortgage.
^.
Omcego <e 7tome— 1st mortgage guaranteed
Income mortgage bonds
Otwego A /SVrdcH.w— Stock, 9 per cent guar
Mortgage bonds
Neva York

&

ffarlem.-Qrosa earmn,gB 1873-4,

at 8 percent per
interest

net
Central

tl,719.3S4;

New York

annum (payable J. & J.) on
The Fourth avennc

on bonds.

stock.
horse-

aud

railroad

diTidend

real estate was retained. The extra
Apnl, 1876, was froji profits of city line.

York, HoMttiomc

pending.

it

Northern.— Yoraidosnie

(V. 21, p. 849.)

Tiew York, King ion <t Syracme. -Inclndcs old
& Oswego. Sold m foreclosure May i,

Bondoat

'

1,000
1,000

1800

,

'35

8

4

50

35 58&04 500 Ac

360,000

800,000
2,904,000
2,200,000
3,068,400
1,000,000
400,000
30,441,300
2,604,400
400,000
245,000
3,077,000
2,CK)0,000

500,000
1,000,000
16,000 p. m
546,000
10,950,000
350,000
200,000
1,320,400
124.000

6
7.30
6

g.

V7
4I2

7

of North C»rolina holds $3,000,000. (Vol. 16, p. 653;
V. 17, p. 155, 218; V. 20, p. 367; V. 20. p. 39 .)

C—

Northeastern^ S.
.\unnal re ort for 1871-5 in
V. 20. p. 499.
Gross earnings, $416,956; net,
$173,441. Report to Sept. 33, :873, net earnings,

Nevi York,

New Haven &

nart/ord.—Ji<st income
lyjDlicahle to dividends in 187t-5, $I.69:),930, aeainst
$),S78,J56 in 1873-4. (V. 20, p. 6i: V. 2>, p. IS.J

New York <fc Onwego Miiland.—lalerest in (Jefaolt siflce 1873. Receivers' certificates have been
issued, andthi noatiug debt, Sept. 30, 1871. was $•),S74.6'.t9.
Deticit on operations, year 8:3 4, $2S6,332,
Latest funding i)lan V. 21, p. 278. (V. 20. p. 03
S48, 266, 313, 501, 622; Y. 21, p. 40,61 186; V. ii, p.
358, 447.)

New Yotk, Providence <fi Bottom. —Annnal report
for fiscal year ending Sept, 1, 187.5, showed net earnlugs $W8.5tl, leaving a sufplm of $7:5,7' 1 above interest and dividend payments. Full report V. 21.
p. 161.

North CaroU'-a.- Lcr.sed 8eptember,1871, to Rich-

mond &

Danville Railrofid at $26 ',000 per annnin.
1875, the gan;2:e was changed.
Dividends
pa pfopk, of wljicb tfeg Stat^

In March,

ol e per cent, sFf psis}

Opdyke &

do
do

May, 1875

a
&
^
&

&
&
&

Chronicle, V,

New

(V. 21, p.

income

56

fiscal

.)

Jersey.— Operated by Erie at 35

per cent of gross earnings, which

iu

1875 were

488.)

Nortlie-rn roci/Jc— Sold Aug. 12 1S75. for $100,00.1
pref. stock is issued to bondholders at the rate
of $1,410 for each $1,000 bond, and this inc'iMesthc
interest funded to July, 1878.
This stock is exchangeable for land at its par value. (V. 21, p. 15,
78, 137, 160, J31, 323, 372; V. 22, p. 133, 139, 809.)

and

Norwich rt IKorcMto'.— L-ased Fcbm.iry, 1360. to
Boston, Ilarlford & Erie tor 100 years at ID percent
per annum on cist. Dividends paid of 10 percent
per annum. Gross receipts in 1874-5, $729,440; net
$294,997.

(V. 81, p.

Jan., 1901

do
A,
A, N. Y.,Del.,L.
N,
do

do

& W. RK.
do

May, 1915
Feb., 1891
Aug. 20, 1876
1880 & 1885

common

6 per cent for three years, 7 for the
three, and 8 for the next fourteen years.

next

—

Ohio (fe Mvisisnppi. An abstract of the annnal
report to .Tune 30 was given in V. 21, j). 32'Z and
464. The following comparison is for three yeare:
Earnings
$3,751,422
Oporating expenses. 2,613,313

Net

1,14', 109

Interest,&c

The company

1873-4.
$.3,47^071
2,516,8*)
931,193
771,138

1,038,37
purchased the Springfield

1874-75.
$.3.2ii4,479

2,310,969
863,610
8;5,472

&

Illinois

Southeastern Riad March. 1875. for 112,000,000 in
bonds secured on the Sp. A I. 8. road, and with privilege of funding coupons to Nov., 1S77; of the same
mortgage bonds $1,000,000 werj reserved, the proceeds to be used for improvements. Since election
of directors Oct. 14, '73, the Bait. & O. interests are
ipore largely represented in the board. (V. 20, p.
215. 267, 290, 291, 477, 491 ; V. 21, p. 269, 322, 372, 396:
V. 22, p. 111.)
OU Creek & Alleghtny Biver. Sold in foreclosure
consol. mortgage. 'Dec. 29. 1875. for $10',00"i. New

—

•

Northern of
$278,991.

1886

do
N. Y., Kouutze Bros.
N.
Newai'k, Office.
Fi-nnkford O. M.
O,
N, N.Y.,Farmers' L.,Si.T.Co.
J,

18:2-13.

North Pennvjlvatla.— Gross receipts ic year 1R74-5,
$1,417,731; net. $313,192; surplus above interest.
$160,537. Stock held by Phila-lc'pl'.ia city was sold
February, 1873. (V.23, p. 231, 403; V. 22, p. 134.)

Northern New Hrmpshlre.—f^et
year 1875-6 was $120,810. (V. 22, p.

Co.

do
do

Q.-J. N. Y., M. Morgan's Sons. July 10, 1876
& A.
<lo
do
1878
& N.
do
do
1878 & 1881
J. & J.
do
do
July 1, 1899
M. & 6. Company Shops, N. C.
Mar., 1876M. & S.
Miu-., 1876
do
do
M. & N.
do
do
1877 & 1888

$70,052.

32, p. S57.)

;

N. Y., G.

N.
N.

.fe

807,533,

5:0.)

.1.

1884
1, 1876
1903
JiUy 1, 1894
May 1, 1895
May, 1896

& S.
Charleston.
Sept. 1, 1899
& S.
do
Sept. 1, 1899
P. & A.
Aug. 1, 1876
Philadelphia Office.
3
J. & J.
do
Jan. 1, 1885
do
6
A. & O.
Apr. 1. 1877
do
do
10
M. & N.
May 1, 1896
do
do
7
J. & J.
1903
do
do
7
M. & N. Baltimore & Phlladel. April 1, 1876
3
Anmvpolis.
Irredeemable.
Q.-J.
6
J. & J. Baltimore, 1st Nat. Bk.
July, 1885
6
AprU, 1900
& O.
do
6
J. & J.
do
Jan., 1877
6
July. 1900
do
6 g. J. & J.
A. & O
do
July. 1900
««•
A. & O
do
Ai)ril, 1880
J.
do
Jan. 1, 1922
J
7
London A Baltimore.
%' J. & J Baltimore, 1st Nat. Bk. July 1, 1904
Jan. 1, 1926
J. & J.
Juno 1, 1876
Boston, Ortice.
2>a J. & D.
1875
3%
J. AJ. J. aty, Hudson Co. B'k.
1878
7
July, 1900
New York.
J. & J.
7.30 g.
J. & J. New England Trust Co. July 10, 1876
5
July 1, 1877
J. & J.
do
do
6
July, '75 to '77
J. & J.
do
do
7
Boston, Office.
July 10, 1876
J. & J.
2
April 1, 1876
A. & O.
do
4
Jan.. '78 to '79
J. & J.
do
8
Mar., 1890
M. & S
do
8
Nov. 1, 1905
Mar. 1, 1875
& S.
New York, Office.
April. 1, 1882
& o.
do
do
7
Jan. 1, 1898
& J.
do
do
7
London.
Jan. 1, 1898
& J.
g.
April, 1911
New York, Office.
& o.
7
do
May 1, 1883
& N.
do
7
Nov. 1, 1905
1st coup, due Nov., '77
6
& A. Philadelphia, Office. Feb. 1. 1896
7
do
do
Apr. 1, 1882
& O.
7
do
July 1, 1890
& J.
do
7
Feb. 1. 1896
& A.
do
do
7
Feb. 1, 1896
& A.
do
do
7
July 1, 1876
Boston, Office.
& J.
3
Aug., 1877
& A.
do
7
do
Aug. 1, 1881
& A.
Maich, 1894
do
& 8.
do
June 1, 1895
& D.
6

New England.— TMn was formerlv
Erie.
'V)Mi road was opeiated by
the trustees of the Berdell mortgage for several
years and conveyed to the new company iu July.
1875. Qtoss earnings (in Mass.), 1871-5, '$010,178
net. tl:rr,i:.6. (V. 20, p. 389, 336, 6!4: V. 31, p.Sl,

New York &
Boston Hartf. &

Boston.

Grand Cen. Depot. July

N.Y.,

M.
M.

Nort/iern Central.— T.x annual report for 1875 in
32, p. 278. showsgross earnings,
$1,926,31;; expenses, $3, i 3,133; net,
$t,.564,124.
The total net income was $1,706,639, of which
$1,247,176 was paid for interest and rentals, leaving
uet income. $459,463. equal to 7 86-10 1 per cent
upon the cnpital ttock of the company. The 5 per
cent $3,0;;0.OJO mortgage is to exchange for incoiups
of 1-72. (V. 19, p. 617; V. 20, p. 267, 336, 355; V.

1875, fo.r $750,600. (V. 19, p. 366, 5S3: V. 20, p. 842,
814, 453, 615; V. 21, p. 160.)

A
&

J.

m.&"n.

8
8

265,500

2812 1865

Central Depot. July 1, 1876
do
July 1, 1876
do
May, 1900
do
J.
do
do
Jan. 1, 1881
O. N.Y.,St.Nieh.Nat.B'b.
Oct., 1902
J.
New York.
July 1, 1902
J. N.Y., Gr.
J.
do

M.

3
3

1,692,000

200

M.
M.

Dividend.

F.

6
6
7

1,4.50,000

1,000

'&

219

1,500,000
2,035,000
5,842,000
1,500,000
1,490,000
1,126,000
202,602
2,599,000
205,000
1,000,000

1,000

J.

7
7
7
7
7

3,978,150
1.930,500

500 &e

&

When Due.

/StocAs— Last

N.

M.'&'S.
J.

7g.

231,500

1,000

£200
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

9

,

$3,85(1,525; operating
expCDBCs,
earnings, $l,tj7,141. Leased to

Nem

40

rf

—

Bad

1807
1871
1874
1875
1876
1871

\'_

,

1,000
1,000

A.
J.

&

&
&
&
&
&

5
7

2,000,000
8,000,000
2,500,000
1,500,000
3,800,000
2,425,000
1.200,000
3,000,000
70,000
250,000
837,000
3,000,000
1,000,000
380,000
899,350
96,000
820,000

500 &c
100 &c
100 &.C
100

100
100

J.
g.

"7'

15,5OO,0t»O

500,000
468,000
20,000,000
4,030,000
174,000
6,584,000
112,000
3,905,000
160,000
1,610,000
1,500,000
580,000
500,000
1,155,000
300,000
6,733,800

1870

. .

(P. T.

1,000
1,000

100
100

Itouds

Funding income bonds

100 &c,
100

'60

Preferred stock

Equipment

1870

6S.'69

—

Norwich

M.

7S

273,000

100

334
225
225

lat mortgage, Werttern extension
Consolidated mortgage
N. Y., I'rov. <t Uo«(0)t—(8tonington)— Stock
l8t mortgage
Extension
General mortgage (ifl ,000,000 authorized)

I*rcf.

1804

12^4

—Stock

Uarlcm & Portchcstcr, Ist mortgage guaranteed.
y. Y. t£ Oswego Midland — 1st mortgage, gold
2d mortgage, couvertiblo
2d mortgage, uou-con veiliblo
3d mortgage, equipment

j^orth Carol inn—Stock,

2,500,000
20.0(X),000

,

A'etc

l,50O,(KI0

J.
J.

/!'»«/«— Princl
pal.

590.)

Ogd-nsburg JtLike Champlain.—T.,c^fsRi in March,
1870, for twenty years to the Vermont Central for iiitgrgaj p4» 1(00% 8 per ceqt on preferred stack and on

organizatioir
Biiff.

RR. (V

made

Jan., 1876, as Pitts. Tituev.

21, p. 40, 308;

V. 22, p.

16, 135,

&

279^

399)
Old Co'ony. —There are $.i2,r00 5 per cent bona*
due 18>4. Total earnings in 1874-5, $a.2S6.473; expenses, $1,4';3,135; net, $7.53,723.

(V. 81. p. 533; V.;

83, p. 83.)

—

OmaJta<& Northwest. Passed interest 1S74. Somebonds and coup's exchanged for lands. (V. 22, p. 79u
V. 23, p 175.)
Oregon & California.— 'Ronds nearly al! placed In*
Germany. After default in 1S73, proposition offeree^
by Ben. HoUaday, President. (See V. 19, p. 480; V.
22. p. 375

)

Oswego <fc .ffo»M— Operated by the Rome, Watertown & Ogdensburg at 8 per cent on $30\000 stock
and interest on firsl mortgage bonds.
Oswego <& Syracuse.— hchBcA to Del. Lack. & West,
for interest on bonds and 9 per cent on stock.

—

;

August

RAILROAD STOCKS AND B0ND3.

26, 1876.]

Subaerlbera

.
.

eonfer a icreat rkvor

irlll

bjr

kItIuk Immediate notice ot anjr arror dlacorered la tbree Tab'aa.

DESCRIPTION.

Miles Date
of
For explanation of column livnilinKs, Sec, see notes
of
Road. Bonds
at the head of tlrst pago of tables.

Size, or

Oumsboro

$500iSec,

<t Ru»aeUtiUle—l»t mortgage
of ilinDOHri —Stock
mortgage, gold
2d mortgage (ninking fund .'{(50,000 per annum)..
Real estate (depot) bonds
Debt to St. Louis County (no bonds)
Income bonds, (gnarautcud Atlantic & Paciflo) ..

30

1868
1871
1872

&

St.

do
do
Leavenworth, Atch.

Paducah

tt

&

2d mortgage

Panama— Stovli

General mortgage, sterling
Paris rf Danville.— lat mortgage
Pari* <£ Decatur, (Ills.)— 1st mort., g'd, sink, rd
Paterson i6 !fewark—l»t mort., guar, by Erie
Ptkin, Lincoln A Decatur Ist mortgage
Peninsular (Mich.)— 1st mort., gold, sink, fund
Pen »i*i/;r«u(a—Stock
Ist

12

67
166
860
355

mortgage
Pitts., coup., J. <t J.; reg., A.

....

1864

100
1,000

100

Central— l»t mort. (Pa)

common

Preferred stock

"46
287
287
287

Krie

2d mortgage
2d mort., gold (for $20,000,000), guar by P. R. .
Philadelphia <t Beading—Stock, common

.

1857
1861
1868
1869

do
do
sterling
do
do
do
£aet Pennsylvania 1st mort., sinking fund...
Loan mortgage, sterling
Loan debenture
Loan mortgage
Consolidated mort., dollar loan, coupon or reg
do
do gold, dollar or sterling
do
do dollar loan, gold,coup. or reg
Debenture loan (convertible l.S7(>-92)
Improvem't mort. (dollar or sterling) sink'g fund.
Gen. mort., $ and £ (sink, fuud 1 p. c. yearly)
Coal & Iron Co., guar. mort. (for ^0,000,000)
.

—

1,000

745
750

.

"26
20

J: Trenton
Stock
Philadelphia, Ocrmanloimi <* iVorrwtown—Stock
Philadelphia, Wilmington cC Ba/<tn>or«—Stock
1st mortgage, convertible
Plain bonds, loan

do
do

do
do

Piiisb. (t Connellsville.

100
98

mortgage

—

Owensdoro Sb RusssUvi'le. Now Evansville. Owensboro 4 Nashville. To be sold in foreclosure.
i^Ki/to/Jfwwi/rl.-Road was leased July, 1873. to
Atlantic & Pacific Railroad and dividends ga;iranteed. In Sept. and Oct., 1875, the price of stock
fell from 47J» to 7^, the principal causes being
a decrease of $61)2.096 in earnnigs since January 1
the failure of A. & P. to pay the October dividend
advertised, and the fact that the road was so heavily
loaded with debt to A. & P. Co.
Litigation is
pending, and road to bo sold under 3d morcgage
* Sept. b.
Lexington & St. Louis also to be sola
(V. SO, p. 888, 4-.!i», 5*j; V. 21, p. 40, 37J, 396, 412,
418, 4li6, 4«, 535, 571, 592; V. 22, p. 10, 182, 3«, 568;
V. 23, p. 16, 86.)

Paducjh <t Jftfm/?Aiy.— Foreclosure proceodiirgs
commenced, but compromise afterward reports.
(V. 21, p. 110; V. 22. p. 233.)
Panama.— \ steam.ship line lately started. (V. 20,
p. 358; V. 21, p. 207, 231, 43a;
805, 35.>, 363.)
<£

1,000
1,000
1,000

100
50
50
500

1858
1867

V. 2J,

p, 8S, 233, S47,

DontUfe.-Foreclosnra in progress.

(V.

21, p. 188,297.)

Paris it Z)«(!i<Br.—(.'onsolidatlon. Now Illinois
Midland. (V. 19, p. .r.l; V. 81, p. 613.)
Palerson it Aewark.— Lately operated by Erie.
Stock is $-230,000.
Ptkln, Li'icoln <£ /)eca(Mr.— Leased to Toledo,
Wabash 4 Western. Sold in foreclosure Juno 10,
(V. 2i, p. 217; V. 23, p. 103.)
1S76, and reorganized.
Pgniriffu/ar.— There is also a second mortgage for
•540,000. Defaulted May 1,1872. Coupons unfunded.
Consol. with Pt. Huron & L. M. July, 1S73. W. L.
Bancroft. Receiver. (V. 17, p. 155, bjO, 763.)
Peniynjtvania. The report for '75 is given in V. 2?,
p. 25 3. 447. In May,'75, the dividend was changed
to the rate of 8 per cent per annum. The direct
funded debt of the company is $0), 000,000 in 1874
the liabilily as a guarantor of principal and interest
wa.^ on $,3'l.ft"l:i.fW© bonds; anmiiil iiubility addiUi Ml ,0D guaruitces of iAterest oc reutals, $l3,862,.3i;,

—

;

1875
1868
1859
1876

149
10

149

J.
J.
J.

J.
J.

F.

A.

8
8

I.

7
7

J.
J.

6

.T.

"i'

J.

7

A.
A.

6

7

6g.
2>a
3>3

6
6

J.
J.
J.

Peori7,

June

<4

Various
Q.-J.

Philadelphia, Office.

Q.— M.

Phila., Treasurer of Co.

21a

3

Sc
Sc

J.
J.

do

Boston.

do

J.

F.

4

0.
do
do
J. Bait., Bait. 4 Ohio RR.
A. Pittsb.. First Nat. Bank

6g.

J.

Sc

J.

an<l Debt.
$iaS,f.9S,560
11:1.010,000

105.784,0:5
82,.589..^37

253;

V

23, p.

was

ratified in 1874.

common

stock

is $1,061,700.

Jacksonvi te—la year ending

Peoria <t Rock Island.— \n hands of receiver. Defaulted in 1874. There arc old 10 per cent bonds of
$150,000. (V. 20. p. 141, 616; V. 21, p. 159. 3(9, 535;
V. 22, p. .56, 314, 461)

Perkiomen.- -Leased to Philadelphia * Reading.
Pi!(l«r»6«ro.— Gross earnings 1874, $240,145; net,
(Vol. 19. p. 351; V. SO, p. 592: V. 21, p.
$103,373
64, 372; V. 22, p. 135.)

SaUimtn <M(r«!,—OetnM

Sc
Sc

London, J.S.Morgan4Co

some time

tot

1880
1886
1880
1880
1888
1877
1893
1893
June, 1911
June, 1911
Jmie, 1911
Jan. 1, 1893
Oct. 1, 1897
July 1, 1908
1892
July 10, 1876
Sept. 3, 1876
July 1, 1876
July. 1884
April, 1887
Oct. 1, 1892
April 1, 1990
July, 1898
Aug. 1, 1882
Jan. 1, 1926

past, in Pennsylvania, by trustees of first
Phil., WU.
Bait, largely

4

mortgage bondholders.
interested.

Philadelphia <* i!H«.— Leased February, 1868. for
999 years to Penn. Railroad, but without any guarantee of bonds. Gross earnings. 1875, $3,366,897;
net earnings, $1,137,413.
The Penn. Railroad is
creditor $23 1,244. (V. 20, p. 8, 243; V. 82, p. 206.)
PAt/a(f«&)Aia<*/?«a<Jin^.—The net earnings of main
lines in 1874-5, were $4.5:30.768, against
35,780,203 in 1873-1, and $5,3.57,766 In 1873 :i. Income
from other sources. $2.341, "-89, against $1.3,51,670 In
1873-4.
The trustees of Ihe general mortgage hold
Iron Co.
the mortgage of the Coal
comparison
of statistics for three years is as follows:

and brancn

4

Orosseamings..
Op. expenses

.

Net earnings

\f>.)

net caruinge, $60,26!.

Jt

4

do
A. Sc 0.
do
A. Sc 0. Pbil'delphia, Co.'s Office

Vjifew.—Leasi^d perpetually to
Island 4 Pacific at $125,000 per year.

PMladelp/tia

Philadelphia

J.
J.

lease of this road

A

do

6

A Kew

Pt'km

30, 1874,

do

,

4
G

Burem

Rock

do

7

Fort —Operated In close
connection with the Lehigh Valley. Net earnings
1873, t44-i,361.
Dividend of 7',4 percent paid on prePeoria
Chicago,

do

J.

0. Philadelphia or London
J. London 4 Philadelphia.

A.
J.

Delaware.— The

ferred stock, $2,000,000;

do

D.
do
D. Philadelphia 4 London.
D. Philadelphia, Office.

6

Previously operated under temporary lease.
I

do
do

A.

9,3'.'6.il2t

to the Pennsylvania Railroad

Pennsylvam

Loudon.
Philadelphia, Office.

0.

6

tM47,S8

21, p.

Philadelphia, Office.

S.
J.
J.

6g.

tions showed net proflt of $8)4,333, includingrecclpts
from the Company's investments. A very complete
exhibit of the operations and flnancinl condition of
all Its leased roads was publi.<hed in V. 20, p. 425,
&c. (V. 18, p. 1!)J. 285, HV), 501, 5!^, 630; V. 19, p.
377, 47^, 504; V. 20. p. 16, 83. 267, 314,445; V. 21, p.

V.

July 25,1876

400,000
6,500,000

9,445,701
8,847,852

<t

Jan. 25, 1876

do
do
do
do
do
do
London.
do

6
6

24,aS6,fl09

Penmylvania

Sc
Sc
Sc
Sc
Sc
Sc
Sc
Sc
Sc

6«««•

Pennsylvania Company is a corporation distinct from the Pennsylvania Railroad, formed to
operate all the loas*'d lines west of Pitti*burg. The
stock is owned by the Penn. KR. In 1674 the opera-

130, 361, 4.58, 592;

&

A.
J.

Oct.,

Philadelphia, Office.

J,
Sc J.
,1.
Sc J.
J. Sc J.

7

Earnings.

22.012,525

<fe

<fe

7
7

Co.'s Office.

700,000
839,000

£200

1,1 889

Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, Office.

4,(X)0,000

100 &c.

Oct.

July 15, 1876

&
&
&
&
AA. New York and London, Feb!. "1900
& 0. PMla., 2278. 4th8t. Apr. 1, 1897
& D.
do
do
June 1, 1913
& J.
Jan., 187'2
& J. N.Y., Lancaster, B.4Co, Jan., 1879-'98
do
do
1902
& J. Philadelphia, Office.
Jan., 1370
& J.
do
do
Jan., 190O
4 J.
do
do
Oct., 1881
& J. Philadelphia, Pa. RR.
& 0.
do
do
Oct. 1, 1877
& 0. PhUa., Pa. Life 4 T. Co. March 31, 1881
Si J.
do
do
July 1, 1888
& J. Philadelphia 4 London. July, 1920

I.

290,000
1,000,000

Earnings.
$20,1M,251
22,M2,371

1S73
1872

Commerce.

189S
1893
18i>g

1873
1903
1003
do
do
1908
D. Phila.j B'k N. America. Juno 1, 1896
D.
do
do
June, 1906
A. N. Y., Chic, R. I. 4 Pac.
Aug., 1876
J. N. Y., Imp. 4 Trad. B'k July 1, 1894
A.
A.
0.

^.zi

J.

:

—The

(fe

M.

I'-

On all operations east of Pittsburg, in 1875, the report
shows a net surplus of $l,(i61.929 over all payments,
including dividends. The following is a comparison
for four years on main line and branches in Pennsylvania
Qrors
Not
Total Stock
1875
1S74

J.
J.

&

J.
J.

7

11,53<>,2.50

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

1872-4

— Ist

let
do
Turtle Creek division
Consol. mort., guar. B. itc O. (s. f. £7,200 pr. yr.).

Pari*

1836
1868
186S
1871
1871
1871
1873
1873
1874
1872

A."& 0. Pittsbnrgh
F.
F.
A.

§«•

79,500
182,400
967,200
495,900
134.400
1,138,900
2,700,000
10,688,000
7,000,000
963,000
10.500,000
9,364.000
19,686,000
13,413,500
1,259,100
2,231,900

i',6(X)

of

York, OfBoe.

1892
1885
18!>2

A.

F.

1,510,,500

1857
1836
1830

1,

Feb.,

J.
J.

4
7
7

33,725,775
1,551,800

1843-9

New

7
7
7

8,(580,000

50
50

Preferred stock
Mortgage loans inconvertible
Ix>an mortgage, convertible

St. Louis.

N. Y., B'k Commoroe.
S^t.,
N. N. Y., Atlan. 4 Pac. RR May I,
O. N. Y., B'k Commerce,
Oct. 1,
D.
do
do
Deo. 1,

?«

2.400,000
1,000.000
5,000,000
3,000.000

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

Aug., 1888
July, 1891

May

S.

3'

500,000
300,000
800,000
400,000
300,000
0,048,700

100 &e.
100 Ac.
100 Ac.
50
50

U.&
4
&

J.

Feb. 1, 1R93
July 20, 1875

& O.
Ixmdou.
Oct. 10, 1897
& J. New York and Ix>ndon. July iV 1892
& J. N. Y., Erie Railway Co. Jan. 1, 1878
F, A A. N. Y.,T. W. 4W.HR.
7
Feb., 1900
New York.
Hay 1889 to "SO
!«• M. 4 N.
Q.-F.
Philadelphia, Office.
Aug. 30, 1876
J. 4 J
do
6
do
Jan.. 1880
6
Q.-J.
Pblladelpbla, Office,
1910
A. & 0.
5
do
do
AnnuitUy.
6
do
(J.-.M.
do
June IS, leOS
J. i J.
do
do
1881

1,324,200

1859
1869
1866

g.

do
do

A.i'O. N. Y., B'k

1,2(K),000

"82
82
82
36
36
10
287

2d mortgage

PhiUulcliih ia

100
500 &c.
l',<)00

18

Consol. mort., gold, guar. P. i& R., (sink, ftmd)
Pe(«r»6Kr{;—Stock
Ist mort. bonds (payable $25,000 yearly)

Sc

1,000
1,000

&

3

19,99i),760

"50

M.

A.

5,007,360
29,250,000

1867
1873

Perfciomeu— 1st mortgage

Sunbury

1,000

do
do

J.

N.
mont'ly

6

,07«,(X)0

go's 1870

2d mortgage
Peoria ,t Kock /.—Ist mort. (after $150,000 10s)

1st mortgage,
1st mortgage

1,000

&

IS. Si

7

3.000,000
8,000,000
7,096,000
1,083,000
519,000
1,500,000
1,500,000
1,200,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
1,500,000
621,000

105
46
83
83

—

2d mortgjige

"50
1,000
1,000

N.Y., Imp.dcTrad.N.B
N. Y., At. 4 Pac. R. R.
A. N. Y., B'k Commerce.

7

3,800,000
68,870,200
4,970,000

1873
1873
1873
1866
1866

44
44
105

Pennsi/teahia <t New Torfc— 1st mort., guarau
Ist Biortgage, guiuauteed
Peoria c6 llureau Valley Stock
Peoria, PeUin d Jacksonville— iBt mortgage

1st mortgage (Md.)
Philailelphia d AVie—Stock,

1

A

7

500,000

1,000

50

by Pennsylvania RB.)..
X)e/«ware— 1st mortgage

Bait.
(Pa.)

500 &c.

Dividend.

Q.-J.
V.

HOteks—lju^t

Whom.

I'ayuble

J.

8

1,190,000
1,200,000

1873
1875

I'referred stock
Ist mortgage, gold, (held

<t

'500

1870

Sc.

Navy Yard bonds, reg
Pennsylmnia Co.—Common stock

Pliiladetpnia

£200

1,600

69.'70

O.
State lien (pay'blein annual inst'lm'tsof $4<>0,000)
Consol. M., coup. J. & D., & reg. CJ.— M. (S. f. 1 p. c.)

Pennsylcania <*
2d mortgage

7g.

?«•

1867

l>a

««•

500.000
900,000
200,000
500,000
1,.
54 1, 000
7,000,000
2,794,000

3413

—

Gen. M., Ph. to

2,r>0<),(M)0

1,000

«oKrf»— PrlnclWhen Due.

pal.

by

F. tc A.

1,(MX)

"ibio

75

8

1,000

1872
1868
1871

115
47
47

Cent.

100 Ac,

500 ie,

5514
21
1870

N. W., Ist mort., guar

Memphin—lat mortgage, gold

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
When Where Payable, and

tier

7,000,000
7,000,000
2,700,000
800,000
700,000
1,500,000

1,000
1,000

1872
200 1875
151a 1873
S514 1871

Louis branch, 1st mort., gold, guar

Rate

$1,.500,000

100

3d n)ortgage
CaroRd4'let Branch, Ist mortgage
Lex.

Amount
Outstanding

Value.

1872

283
283

Par

PacMc
Isi

XXT

A

13T2-3.
1873-4.
1874-5.
$14,832,661 $14,452.1il t12.68a,9Sr
9,474,895
8,731,916
8,180,158
$5,.357,766

Inc. other sources.

1.065,116

$5,780,205
1.35I.B70

$4.5.30,768
2,311 8S9

Funded debt
44,18s7:6 58,155,138 57,134,111
—(V. SO, p. 358; V. 21, p. 45S; V. 22, p. 109; V. S8.
p. 40.)

Philadelphia A 7V«t*»i.— Leased to Pennsylvania
Railroad with United New Jersey companies at 10
per cent on sto<:k.
Philode'phia, Oermantown <t .Vorriitown. —Leased
for 999 J ears to Philadelphia 4 Reading at 12 pec
cent,

on stock.

Philads'phia, JYllmington <* Batlimore.-l^et earn
ending Oct. 31. 1S75, $1,240,.303, leaving a
small surplus of Income above p.iyment of 8 per
Last annual report in V. >S. p.
cent dividends.
ings, year

156.
Pittsburg <t

ConnellsvU'e.— Interest

fault to city of Baltimore,

amount

4

Ohio
1875, %o Baltimore
18, p. 528; V. 19, p. 17; V.

161.)

w««

in

de-

which owned a largo

of the bonds, and a transfer was

KR.
'*),

made Hay,

for $1,000,000.
P, «91,

MS; V,

{V.
»I,

p.

.

.

.

.

;

RAILROAD STOCKS AND B0ND3.

XXVl
Knbacrlbers

eontor a great favor bj glvlns Immediate notice ot any error discovered In the«e Tables.

trill

DE8CKIPTION.

Miles Date
of
of
column hcadinee, &c., see notes
Road. Bonds
of llrst page of tables.
at the head

for exjilanatlon

PlUs., C.

of

a St. i.— Istm., cons,

(for $10,000,000)

200
200
117

. .

2d mortgage

Ist mortgage, Steubenville & Ind., reorganized.
Col. & Newark Division bonds
FUlshurg, Ft. Wayne tC CliUago—Stock, guar
Special improvement stock, guaranteed.
1st mortgit^e (series A).
1 -.2
let
do
do
let
do
do
Ist
do
do
1st
do
do
l8t
do
do

2d
2d
2d
2d
2d
2d
3d

do
do
do
do
do
do

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

Pitteliurg, Ft.

.=

33

1868
1873
1864
1864

468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468
468

3.

n

Wayne &

1871
1862
1862
1862
1862
1862
1862
18()2

1862
1862
1862
18(>3

1862
1862
1857
1874

Chic, construction bonds.

Equipment bonds (renewed)

PtymmUh, Kank. <£ Pac— 1st m. ($3,(500,000)...
Fort Huron <£ L. Mieh.—l»t mort., traf. guar
Ogdensb.— let mort., E. D., gold
New mortgage (for $3,.300,000)
Ist mortgage, Vermont Div., gold

Foriland
Foftl.

te

it

Jiocltester— 1st mort.,

s. t.

Ist mortgage, equal lien

2d

(Portland loan) sinking fund

do

£ Fortsnwuth — Stock

Fortland, Saco

—
—

it

Rieh'd, trederieksbiirg
Dollar loan

it

Fotamac— Hands,

1871

1,000

100

1873

1870
1875
1868

97
190
190
360
120

do

New general mortgage

—

Joseph it Denver City let m. gold, E. div
1st mortgage. Western division, land grant
£t. Louis, Alton it Terre ila«(c— Stock
Preferred stock (7 per cent yearly, cumulative)
1st mortgage (series A) sinking fund
IS ^ir'
1st mortgage (series B) sinking fund
^%Z- ^
.'7? S
2d mortgage, preferred (series C)
2d mortgage, preferred (series D)
o, s * -'*
2d mortgage, income
o 9 5'^

18.5.5

120
120
120
112
170
266

Equipment mortgage bonds

1870
1870
1872
1869
1870

1861
1872
1874

.

686
210
210
686

Ist mortgage, coupon
2d mortgage, gold, coupon, may be registered-'.
Cons. M. gold (s. f after 1880), coup., may be reg
.

&

Pittsburg, Cincinna/i
leases several roads i<ud

St.

Zot««.— This company
controlled by the

is itself

Pennsylvania Co., which holds
capital stock.
$3,928,610; 3d
1875, $733,934.

.a

majority of the

Common

stock, tJ, 508, 700; 1st pref.,
$3,000,1)00.
Net earnings,
Annual report, 1375, V. 2a, p. S 1 ^
pref.,

Pittsburg, Fort Wayne <£ Chicago.— This road
leased Jnly, 186), for 99!) years, to Pennsylvania Railroad, at a rental equivalent to interest,
sinking fund of debt, and 7 per cent on $ll'.714,2S6
stock, whi'h was increased at that time from
$1 1,500,000. The leise was transferred subsequeiitlv
to the Pennsylvania Ci'mpany. The lessees to keep
the road in repair, and also pay taxes, expenses,
etc.
Pittsburg, Fo; t Wayne
Chicago leases the
Newcastle & Beaver Valley and the Lawrence roads;
which in turn are leased again by Pennsylvania Company.
New stock of $4,in,),u^j0, issued to Penn.
Railroad for improvements, &c., is nndcr article 16
of lease; guaranty on old stock nol, affected. Net
earnings, 1S75. $3 i7S,398. Sinking fond for bonds,
$l,Vt3,8-iO.
(V. 23, p. 58 8.)

was

&

Pittsburg Virginia A Charleston.— Ot these bonds
the Pennsylvania Railroad owns $500,000.

PlymouVi, Kankakee
19, p. 1-30; V. 20, p.

V.

ift

Pacific— In foreclosure.

S14, 491;"

V.

21, p. 373.)

I^t Huron <* Lake Michigan— This forms part of
the Chicago & Like llnron consolidation, wltn Pcnlastlar of Michigan. Interest was in default Nov.,
1873, and coupons funded for three yt^rg.
(V. IS
193, 253, 376, 455, 608; V. 20, p. S57; V. 83, p. 375.)

p

*

Ogdensburg.— The two <i ^iiioiui were
consolidated March 1875 as one company, and a
mortgage of *8.000,O.X) on whole line proposed. In
March, isrs, Co. passed the interest on Prirlland
(V. 21. p. 130, 396, 6:3; Y. 22, p. 182; V.

3^4,4

6;

V.

V3,

p

86.)

Poches'er -This is the old York & Cnmnerland sold out in 1803. Net earuia"S year ending

Algust

<e

31, 1875, $33,b5U.

1,000
1,000

100
100
100 &c.
100 &c.
100 &c.
500 &c.
100 &c.
100
100

7

7
7

7
7
7
7
7

7
7
7

7
7

7
8

1,000
1,000
1,000

1,000
1,000

500

&c,

1,000

&

J.

7

A.

&

O.

6
3

J.

g.

6g. M. & N
M. & N.
t'- J. & J

"e
6
6

Philadelphia.

New York.
New York.
Boston, First Nat.

1901
1899
1900
do
do
Nov., 1901
New York and Boston.
May, 1891
Boston, Columbian B'k, July 1, 1887
do
do
Oct. 1, 1887
do
do
Sept. 1, 1891
Boston, Office.
July 1, 1876
New York and l.ondon. Nov. 1, 1889
Best., Eastern RR. Co. July 15, 1873
do
Dec. 1, 1892
do
Providence, Office.
July 1, 1876
do
July 1, 1880
do
N. Y., Union Nat. Bank Mch. 1, 1882
Columbia, First Nat.B'k
June, 1884

M.

July

Richmond,

Jan.,

Nov., 1921

1880
1, 1875
1875 to '90

Office.

Jan.

Bank.
do

138d

.1.

Julv '6.1874

3
7

J.

7

A.

7
7

F.

7
10
"7'

&

M.
M.
M.

&
&
&
&
&

J.

N. Y., Office 12 Wall

do
do
do
do
do

O.
A.

N.
N.
8.

1894
1894
1894
1894
1894
1880

st

do
do
do
do
do

&"a. N.Y.,Offlce 20 Nassau st Aug. 1, 1892
May 1, 1897
7g. M. & N. New York or London.
do
do
April 1, 1914
7g. A. & O.

6,000,000
1,617,000

F.

dne and not presented, $99,500; bonds paid

22, p. 691.)

Rockford, Rock Island

<6 St.

Louis.— fioii

setts.

Providence & Worcester.—'^et earnings year ending September 30, 1875, $2:30,278; floating debt.
$1,370,0.0.
(V. 21, p. 59i>.)

Peadmg & Columbia.—This
controlled by the Philadelphia
Floating debt, $ ,093,494.

87, 110, 100, 186. 207, 331, 245, 319, 89>>, 458, 489;
23. p. 135, 182, 3-.0, 375, 448, 468, 487, 613, 636.)

Rome, Waterlown di Ogdensburg —The
493, shows gross eamins^s

&

is

operated and

Reading Railroad.

(V. 8), p. 63, 267.)

Ren$stlair <4 Siratjga.-l.es.sei

May

1,

1871, to
pays in-

Delaware & Hudson Cimal Company, which
ten-st on bonds and 8 per cent on stock. In 1872-3
the net surplus to lessee

was

$201,597. (V. 20, p. tM.)

DanvUle.—Gioss earnings 1874-5,
$923,1157; net, J323,447. This company leases the
North Lttrollna Railroad and the Piedmont Railroad,
and forms a through route with the Atlanta & Richmond Air-Line, 'fhe Penn. Railroad owned $600,000
stock of the Richmond & DRoville, and took $1,000,000 of the n;w bonds at 80. (V. 20, p. 8, 39., 568
V. SI, p. 614; V. 22, p. 189.)
<fc

—

Uichmon'l, Fredericksburg & Potomac.
Gross
earnings, $352,298; expenses, $180,'.:49; net earnings,
(V. 21, p.

Richmond

G12.)

—

Petersburg. Gross earnings year
Bonds
30, 1875, $101,935: net. $78,251.
<fi

last report,

in

1875

of

net earnings, $282,339.
Road has been consoli-

$l,l(i7,8J4; expenses, fSiS.SiS;

The Lake Ontario Snore
dated with the Rome, Watertown
and

is

in progress to Niagara.
31 1 V. 21, p. 442;

21, p. 8, 163,

;

&

Ogdensburg,
V.

(V. 19, p. 169;

V.

22,

p 493.)

J?M«and.— Leased January, 1871, to the Vormint
Terms modified in July, 1S74. Default
made on rental, and le tse again modified. (V. 21, p.
185,190; V. 22, p. 209; V. 23, p. liO.)
St. .Toseph & Denver CUy.—The road was sold in
'

&

1875, for 99 years.

V.

Central.

road

Reading
Lehigh.— This was the Berks County
road; soldoUt, and leised to Philadelphia & Read-

ending Sept.

in fore-

closu-e August 16. 1875. for $l,.330,0O0. Re-organized
Chicago. (V. 21, p.
as the St. Louis Rock Island

in V. 22, p.

Portsmouth, Great Falls <ft ConuKiy.— Opened in
1872, and is leased by Eastern Railroad, Massachu-

Richmond

off,

(V. 22, p. 15.)

$5'1,500.

&

—

March,

iVl876

Julv

do
& J.
& N N.Y.,aty Nat.
do

1,
1,

May

Bank

N. Y., Nat. B'k Com'rce.
N.Y., Del.& H.Caual Co.

&"j.

J.
J.

April

& O. New York or Richmond
London.
& J.
1S75
Og.
1875
0&7 Various Richmond, Office.
1831-'90
do
J. & J.
Richmond, Office.
A. & O.
1880 to '86
do
M. & N.
do
May 1, 1915
7
Aug., 1918
7 g. F. & A. New Y'ork and London,
3
J. & J. N. Y., Farm. L. & T. Co, Julv 15, 1875
do
M.& S.
do
Sept. 1, 1880
7
do
do
Dec. 1, 1891
J. & D.
7
do
do
Jan. 1, 1892
J. & J.
7
do
do
July 1, 1904
A. & O.
7
Boston, Treasiu'er.
Feb. '2,'i875
"'S^S F. & A.
do
do
M. & N.
May 1, 1880
7
do
do
Sept. 1, 1880
M. & 8.
8
do
do
Nov. 1, 1902
.M. & N.
8
Aug.. 1899
8g. F. & A. N. Y., Tx)ndon & Frank,
do
do
May 15, 190O
F. & A.

rt Poya'.
The Georg'a Railroad guarantees
$500,000 of these bonds; balance in default. Decree
of sale made. (V. 20, p. 291, 453; V. 21, p. 78; V.

$3.2,34::.

1, 1900
1, 1913
May, 1884
Jan., 1890
July 5, 1876
July 1, 1876
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1. 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
Julv 1, 1912
July 1, 1912
Jan. 1, 1887
Mch. 1, 1884

Aug.

Office.

I'-

56S.)

ing,

BR.

6-70 A.

Portland, Saco eg Por/smini.th-IiCSLSod March 18,
1871, to Eastern Mass. Railroad for 99 years at 10
per cent per annum; modified Dec, 1875. to 6 per
cent for two years. (V. SI, p. 372, 431, 692; V. 22, p.

P

Various

& J.
M. & N
I'- J. & J.
J. & D,
6
4
J. & J.
6
J. & J
M. & S.
7
J. & D,
7
"4'
J. & J.
M.& N.
7

300,000
19,479,653
4,000,000

100

J.

6

500,000

1,000

A. Phila., Pa.

do
& O.
do
M'uthly N. Y. Agent, 57 B'way.
& J. Phila., Pa. RB. Office.
J.
Q.-J. N. Y., Winslow, L. & Co.
do
Q.-J.
do
do
J. & J.
do
do
P. & A.
do
do
do
M. & 8.
do
A. & O.
do
do
M. & N.
do
do
do
J. & D.
do
do
J. & J.
do
do
F. & A.
do
do
M. & 8.
do
do
A. & O.
do
do
M. & N.
do
do
J. & D.
do
do
A. & O
J. & J. N.Y., Winslow, L.& Co.
do
M. & S
do

7g7g. J. &"j.
7g. M. & N

1,212,000
1,500,000
5,500,000
2,300,000
2,408,400
1,100,000
1,100,000
1,400,000
1,400,000
1,700,000

500 &e.

1867
1872
1874

£«

— Stock

l',0()0

100
100 &c.
500 &c.

1864
1864
1864
1864
1870

(

Southern

1,000

1864:

1

Jo

1%
1%

1,768,500
1,092,000
500,000
500,000
67,778
299,917
450,000
175,000
50,000
9,000,000
3,147,600
799,900
1,200,500
1,000,000
3,000,000
2,479,700
4,168,700
500,000

1874

23

—

it

1,000

ibo

281
218

Consol. mort., convert, till July, '79, coup
Rutland Stock, common
Preferred stock

Equipment mortgage
8t. Louis. Iron Mountain

i,eoo

ster

2d mortgage

do

100 &c,

142
49
29

General mortgage, sinking fund

Bt.

1,000

1870
1862
1864

6
7

20,000 p. m
1,800,000
800,000
1,124,000
2,300,000
700,000
350,000
450,000
1,500,000
2,500,000
770,000
486,000
2,000,000
500,000
650,000
350,000
1,500,000
7,000,000
1,925,000
4,000,000
508,486

100
500 &c.
100

&

F.

A.

7

1,CK)0,000

100

1872

7

$6,222,000
5,000,000
3,000,000
775,000
19,714,285
4,333.948
875,000
875,000
875,000
875,000
875,000
875,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
860,000
2,000,000
100,000
1,000,000

1,57,800

&R

Ist sinking fund mort., Wat.

1809
1870
1871
1871

isi
181
142
10

Coupon bonds of 1881
Richmond <C Petersburg— 1st mortgage coupon
New mortgage
Rockford, Boek 1. it St. Louis— iBt mort., gold
Rome, Watertoion it Ogdensburg— Stock

PorUand

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

44
50
50

Saratoga Stock
1st mortgage, consolidated (for $2,000,000)
Riehmond <£• Danville Stock....
State sinking fund loan
Bonds, guaranteed by State
Consolidated mortgage, coupon or registered
New general mort.. gold (for $6,000,000)
Piedmont branch, 1st mortgage
Northwestern, N. C, l.st moVt., guar

22, p.

500 &c.
500 &c.
500 &c.
500 &c.
500 &c.
500 &c.
500 &c.
500 Ate,
500 &c,
500 &c
500 &c
500 &c
500 &c

71
71
67

Mortgage bonds
Reading it ColumbiOr—lst mortgage, coupon
2d mortgage, coupon
Reading it Lehigh— Ist mortgage

city boadsi.

$1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
100
100

111% 1869

—

Portland

'

52

Royal (8. C.)— 1st mortgage, convertible, gold.
Portsmouth, Gt. Falls it Conicay Stocif
Bonds (not mort.) guaranteed by Eastern RR
iVoridence <£• TToj-cesler— Stock
Ftfrl

Rensselaer

Rate per When Where Payable, and by
'
Value. Outstanding
Cent.
Payable
Whom.

100 &c.
116
r52i2 1867-9 500 &c.
521s 1870 500 &c.
5212 1871 500 &c.

(Portl. loan)...

when Due.
Slocks— ti-Mt
Dividend.

pal,

Amount

Par

16712 1871

66
62

Jtoarfs— Princi-

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.

or

Size,

Charleston— Ist mortgage, gold

Fittsb., Va. it

[August 23, 1876.

foreclosure Nov., 1S75, and re-organized under twocompanies. See V. 23. p. 1 S*.
(V. 31, p. 40, 418;
."iOS; V. 22, p. 334, 2a7, 415.)
St. Louis, Al.li <t Terre Haute.— The main line—
Terre Hante to 1 St. Louis— wi.s leased June, 1867,
for 90 years, to Indianapolis & St. Louis at 30 jer
cent of gross earnings up to $5,0o0,0C0 (but in no
year to be less than $1.5I',000). In 1875 gross earnings were $1,019,837, against $1,2.'>4,136 in 1874. In
1872 the company paiiil three years' dividends on
preferred stock in the same, increasing said stock by

412,

.

$4,>8,40e.

The

Belleville

Branch and Extension
20, p. 380, Mt,

earned net in IS75. $101,661. (V.
571; V. 81, p. 6J; V. 22, p. 351.)

Louis, Tron mountain <S Southern.—Grom
St.
earnings, 1875, $3,8 2,941; net, $1,613,92:1. Consolidation wag nir.dc In 1874 with Cairo & Fulton
.and Cairo, ,\rk(insas & Texas. In Alarch, 1875, the
company is.*ued a proposal to fund thee coupons
on all bonds except the old firsts, which has bem
subs'ant'ally carried out. (V. 20, p. 244, 616; V. 21,
p. 611; V. 22, p. 809, 341}.)

.
.

R VILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

Aiigi 8t 25, 1876.]

Subscribers

nrlll

xxvU

confer a Kreat fkTor hj kItIbb Immediate nstlee of aajr error 4Ucorered In theae Tables.

DESCRIITIOy.

Miles Date
of
For exiilanation of column lieadiuea. Ice, see nutea of
Road. Bonds
at the bead of flrst page of tublett.

Louis Iron Mountain it South'n—< Continued)—
Arkuuaai) Branch, Igt mortKiiKo, k<>1<I, laiiil Krant
Cairo, Ark. & Texas, 1st luort., Knlil, coui>. or red.
Cairo & Fulton, Ist niort., gold, ou road anil laud.
SI. L., Kansas Citu <« iV.— Stock ($1^,000,000 pref.)

/tomi»— PrtnolWhen Dne.
Sloekt—Vtat

INTEREST OR DrVIDENI>8.

Size, or

iml.

Amount

Rate per When Where Payable, uid by
Value. Outstanding
Cent.
Payable
Whom.

Par

Dividend.

St.

100
72
300
582

Ist mort.,

ncW

1865
1874

354
210
420
08
158
158
10

,

80
80
150
207
370
121
121
116
116
101

—

Sarannnh rf Charleston C. & 8., guar, by 8. C
Fimded int. bonds, S. A C. RR., guar, by S. Car.
1st molt. Savannah A Charleston RR
Savannah it ileniphis— lat mort., eurt. by State

$1,000
1,000

3.54

let mortgage (Ni)rth Mirtsoiiri)

Real fstate and railway 2d mort. (for $3,000,000)
St. Louis, Laterence t£ Denrer — iHt mort., gold
St. Louis d Southeastern — l8t m., gold, conv. B. fund
Consolidated mortgage, gold, Hinking fund
Evansville, HendiTHon A Na.ihvllle, Ist mort..
81. Louis, Vandalia <« Terre Haute— lat m. s. f. guar.
2d niort. sink, fund ($1 ,GOO,000 guar.)
St. Paul tl Paeiylc—Biauc.h, 1st mort., ou 10 miles.
Ist mortgage, .St. Paul to Sank Rapids, 80 miles..
2d mort. ou 80 m. and 1st ou 1. gr. of a07,200 acrs.
2d M. road i 1st I'd gr.,Wcst or main llue (2d sec.).
Mort., West or main line, land grant
Istmort, St. Paul & Pacific land grant
St. Paul i Sioux City—Fret, stock, various Issues
Stock
Sanduski/, Mansfield rfJVewarfc— Reorganized stock

1870
1872
1870

.

ibi

40

"40

Selma, Marion it Memphis 1st niort., end. by Ala..
Selma, Rome it Dalton 1st mortgage
2d mort., Alabama & Tenn. Riv. RR

50
100
100

—

—

General mortgage for $.5,000.000
Shainokin Valley it Pottscilte — 8t(»rk
1st mortgage, gold, on road and lauds

"28
28
45

it Fond da Lac— 1st mortgage
mortgage extension
Shenanj/o it Alleghany — 1st mortgiigo
Shore Line (Conn.) —Stock
Ist mortgage, construction bonds
Sioux City it Pacific— 1st mortgage
2d mortgage (government aubsiily)
Sioux City it St. Paul — 1st mortgage, gold, I'd grant.
Ist mortgage, currency for $2,100,000
fiomersf (— ist mortgage, gold

Sheboyifan

40
32
50
50
105

1st

ii'i

124

—

242
242
242
183
183
57
57
69
116
116
87
170
170
386
24
257

2d mortgage
Southern Pacific (Cal.)— 1st mortgage, gold
Southern Pennsylpania Ist mortgage, gold
Southwestern (f/a.)—Stock, guarant'd 7 per annum.
Company bonds, convertible into stock at par
MusLOgee RR, bonds, convertible at 87>3
Springfield, Athot it iV. B.— Ist mortgage

—

— 1st mortgage
Stockton
Copperopolis— lit mort. (guar, by
Syracuse, Binghaniton
y. T. —Stock
Sterling

Mountain

^

81
81
81

45
20

V.

«

p.

(for $1,(>00,000)

54».)
Lawrence

<ft

(V. 19, p. ;j77; V. il, p. 372.)
St. Louis db SoJdheastern.-ln default and In hands
of receiver. Sec report at length in V. 2J. p. 18 0.
<V. 21, p. 137, 413, 412; V. W, p, 8S, 18), 69!.)
tees.

Louu,

Vandalia

<fe

Haule.—The com.

Terre

stock is |2.378,450, pref. };l,451,7iiO. This road is
leased to Terre Uaute & Indianapoli.-i at 35 per cent
of gross earnings. In 1S7.5 gross earnings. tl,0O6,2i0.
Bonds guarantiwo ay Terre flaatc A Indianapolis,
by Columbus, ChicagiA Indiana Central, and Pittsburg, Cincinnati A St. Louis. (V^, 82, p. 420.)

Paul <S Paciflc—Tbe bonds are nearly all held
abroad, and an a:^reement for re-organization was
made by Dutch bondholders Nov., 187r>. (V. 21, p.
St

186, 245, 442;

V.

100
1,000

1,000

i',6i)o

1,000

50
500 Ac
1,000

1865
1868

500 Ac,
100
100 Ac.
500 Ao.
500 Ac.

1871
1871
1871

1,000
1,000

1868 Various
1868
500
1872
1866
500
1868
100
1870
1,000
1873
1867 sod Ac.
1870 500 Ac.
1874 500 Ac.
1869
1.000
1872 100 Ac.
1870
1868
I'.OOO
1868
1,000
1870 500 Ac.

§«
6g.
7

7
7

32, p. 88, 159, 209, S31.)

Si Paul it Soux City.-Thia comp.my has 75<i,992
acres of land unsold. In liT5 the rate of dividend
on stocks was reduced, and Jl,li20,0Ji) mort. bonds
were made, and or,; ni'jstly deposited as security
for the stick. (V. 29, p. 544, 516; V. 22. p. 47u.)

F.

A.

7
6
7

J.

J.

3>a

J.

M.

7

7
7
7
4
7
7
7
3

g.

A

;

J.

A.

Interest in default.
it Memphis.— BetaMed 1S!2. Re1876.
(V. 1ft, p. 368; V. 2!. p. 4S7.)
Rome it Dalton. This was formerly the

—

Alabama & Tennessee River. Interest in defanlt
and road to be sold. (V. 19, p. 40.)
Shamokin Valley it PottsvtUe.-lie&aeA February,
1863, to Northern Central at 7 per cent on bonds and
6 per cent on stock.
.Sheboygan A Fond du Lac. This is one of the
Wisconsin roads in progress in 1873 which went to
default. A funding plan has been offered.
Shenango & Ai.eghany. Tliis is one of the leased
lines of the Atlantic A Great Western, on which
"rental trust bonds " were issued.
The net earn-

—

—

New York A New Haven

Old stock was exchanged for

Sioux City it PaciJic.-TWui Isone of the United
Government subsidized roads. For year end^
ingJnne30, 1874. gross earnings were i819,8i9, and
net earnings $56,115. Pays 7 p. con pref. stock,
States

A

tl69,80;i. semi-aiinu.lly, A.
O. (V. 22, p. 545.)
Sioux VUg <t SI. /".iii/.—There are also $502,000

A

SavannaJi it Memjihit.—The road was in pror^ss,
but became embarrassed after the eri!*is of 1873, and
passed interest. &. funding proposilloa was offered,
CV,

19, p. ass.)

868.)
Somersel.—TUi road

leased to Maine Central.
So't'h Carolina.— Gro'S earnings in 1875, $1.-J':9,302: operatinj expenses, $78:\7S7; net earnings.
$448,.")7t (a decrease of $66,881 from 1374.)
Annual
repor'. in V. 21, p. 398.
South it !forlh /l'o6(ima.— This road is leased and
operated by the LouL-iville & Nashville, which guarantees the bonds. Preferred stock, $1,500,000.
is

Southern of Long Aland,— This is burcssorof
South Side, and operated with Flushing N. Shore A

May

N. Y.,Imp. ATrad. Bk.
N.Y., Roddey, Bell ACo.
N. Y., H. cnews A Co.
New York OfBce.

do
do

do
do

PhUadelphia.Treasurer.

do

do

N. Y. City Nat. Bank.

do

do

July, 1876
1, 1876
1880

Jan.l, 1890
Sept. 1, 1889
Jan. 1, 1872
Jan. 1, 1864
Apr. 1, 1887
Aug., 1876
July, 1901

June, 1884

1896
1889
1876
do
do
Sept. 1, 1880
N. Y., N. Park Bank.
Jan. 1, 1898
U. S. Treafl.. at maturity Jan. 1, 1898
Oct.,

N. Y., N. Bk. of ComYce.
N. H., Nat. N.H. Bank.

Anr.

1,

J'uly,

N.Y., Metropol. N. B'k-

do

do

Nov., 1901
June, 1891

Charleston.

J.
J.

N. Y., Drexel, M.

do
do

A Co,

May, 1871
1882 to '88
1882 to '88
Oct. 1. 1902
AprU, 1891
1880 A 1892
Jan. 1, 1890

London, Baring Bros.
S. N. Y., Gallatin Nat. B'k Mar.
do
N.
do
May
do
N.
do
Nov.
A. N. Y., VemfllyeACo.
Aug.
8.
do
do
Mar.
N.

N.
O. N. Y., P. M. Myers

May

1,
1,
1,
1,
1,
1,

1887
1900
1879
1899
1882
1900

A Co. 1878 to -88
do
1890
Huntington. April 1, igo.n
Mar. 1, 1900
Savannah, Cent. RR. Ga June 30, 1876
Macon.
1886
1872 to '76
Boston. Eliot N.'it. Bank Julyl,'83to'93
New York.
1885
N. Y., Central Paclflc.
Jan., 1905
N.Y.,D. L.AW. RR.Co. June 15, 1876
do
do
Oct. 1, 1876
do
do
June, 1887
N. Y r anuers'L. A T.Co. July 1, 1901
Philadelphia A Boston. Aug. 16, 1876

do
J.
J. N. Y.,C. P.
S.

.

,

"a" J. N.Y.,Farmers'L.A T.Co.

A

1, 1877
1, 1899
1, 1889
1, 1890

May

do

do

O.

Jan 24, 1876
July, 1879
1893

Central under one management.
There are also
$60,000 6 p, c. roortg. bonds on Rockaway Branch,
$64,:)00 7 p. c. on Southern Hempstead Branch.
Southern Centra/.- -Forms an extension into New
York State for Lehigh Valley, which company endor-es $400,000 of second mortgage bonds.
South Iowa it Cedar Rapids.— In progress. Ottnmwa to Cedar Rapids. la.
Southern Minnesota. Sold and re-organiZFd. Land
grant Is about l,790,0CO acres. (V. SO, p. 63, 891, SH;

and

—

V, 81, D. 78; V.«J, p. 62.)
Southern Pacific (Ca/.)— This road Is in progress;
built by a Construction Co., and controlled bjr
Central Paciflc parties. The stock is $82,413,800.
In 1874-5. on 161 miles operated, the gross earnlnffs

were $1,330,951 gold, ana net earnings. $7:30, 4')1 nia.
(V. 2!. p. 160, 23!, 611; V. 82, p. 281, 375.)
Southern Pennsylvania.— T\^ is a mining and railroad company, re-organized in 1878 after foreclosure
under second mortgage. The road is leased by the
Cumberland Valley.
Southwestern (Jeorgia. Leased to Central Georgia.

—

Dividends 8 per cent a year to every 10 per cent on
Central Georgia stock, ijut 7 per year is siiarat.teod.
Sprinqfield, Alhol i* Northeastern.- ''^kt earnings,
(V. 21, p. 590.)
fountain.— \^i.nt ot road aad equipment,

1874-5, SS7,I08.

Sler i'lg
$502,463.

J

Stock'on

2d

mort. bond?, $140,000 equipment and $286,630 Income bonds. Net earnings in 1*75 were $75,746.
Lands unsold, 545,215 acres. (V. SO, p. 544 V. 22,
p.

N.Y., I.ancaster,B.A Co.
Philadelphia, OIHce.

O.
O.

A J.
A J.
A J.
Dec.
A. A O.
J. A D.
J. A J.
F. A A.

I'-

March
Jan.

New York.

D.
Various
Various

7
7

April "l, '1876
July, 1902
Sept.

J.

J.
J.
J.

5

;

Sandusky, .Vanf/ielil <t .V^worit.— This road is one
of the Baltimore
Ohio sy.-tem it is leased to the
Central Ohio, and the lease guaranteed by Baltimore
Ohio. (V. 19. p. 584.)
Savannah <t Charleston.— 'nteteat in defanlt. Road
In hands of State Comptroller. (V. 80, p. 458, 491;
V. 21, p. 16; V. 21, p. 81.5.)

M.
M.
M.
M.

8

14,346,000
625,000
3,892,300
399,000
300,000
416,000
350,000
500,000
2,000,400
1,400.000
270,000
500,000
4,125,000
1,200,000

A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A

M.
M.

7

1,2,52,000

800,000
800.000

ings 1873 were$88,>-51.
Share Z,i«#.— Leased to

York,

do

J.

Marion

at $100,000 per year.
new In July, 1873.

New

i«-

A.
A.

1, 1898
1893
1892
1893

J.

Q.-F. Charleston, S.W.RR.B'k
London.
J. A J.

J.
J.

May

1873 to "75

A

1

7
7
6

i895
1901

Nov;,"i"9»4

York.

7

—

Selma,

New

1 897
1897
1891

Aug., 1902
July 1, 1807
Jan. 1, 1897

do
London.
do

.1.

1,988,1.50

May,

D.
N.
N.

-

Schuylki'l Valley.— Ixami to Philadelphia & Readwith 10 per cent dividends.
Seaboard <e Boa«o*e.— Net earnings year ending
Mnrch 1, 1875, $131,1.52, Report V. 21, p. 2T6.
Selmt it Gui/. The proposed line was Selma to

ceiver,

i,

,

1,

Sept. 1,

N. Y., Manhattan Co.

M.

7

"so

'

N.Y., Third Nat. Bank.
do
do

J.

7

1,000

do
do

do

S.
J.

.1.

500,000
1,500,000
600,000
1,500,000
3,340,000

50

I

Ist N. Bk.,8andniiky,0.
J. "a" J. N. Y., Union Trust Co.
M. A S. Charleston, 1st Nat. Bk.

1,.500,000

100

N.

A S.
A J.
8 g. M. A N.
2>8
J. A J.
M. A N.
4
7
J. A J.
A. A O.
8
M. A S.
8
7
J. A J.
8
J. A J.
A. A O.
7
3
F. A A.
J. A J.
?«•
A D.
A. A O.
8
A. A O.
7
4
J. A J.
7
M. A S.
6
A J.
6
J. A J.
M. A N.
I'- M. AN.

64,000
391,000
5,355,000
750,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

J.
J.

do

J.

ing,

Selma,

July

Oflloe.

de
do

8

1,096,.500

"ibo

1869
1873

I'-

2,301,000
505,000
111,800
500,000
16,000 p. m.
576,050
1,278,400
210,000
16,000 p. m.
16,000 p. m.
838,500
241,000
3,000,000
869,450
1.994,000
750,000
694,000
795,000
1,000,000
200,000
1,629.000
1,628,020
500,000
1,240,000
450,000
5,819,275
1,483,777
959,500
917,000

500
100 Ac
500

York, Co.'s

do
do

J.

2
7
6
7
7

1,0.50,356

50
100

1871
1864
1871
1869

,8i)9,000

5,443,000
15,000,000
2,116,319
2,400,000

"so

D.
D.

A

Pollard, 100 miles.

Denrer.—hMLSci to Pacific
of Mo. A decision of much i'>terest to bondholders
of leased roads was rendered byJudo;e Dillon in a
salt against the lessee for interest, but that suit was
discontinued, and another brought in name of Trus-

St.

1

2,600,000
120,000
700,000
1,200,000
3,0<X),000

1870
1869

g.

A
7
A
7
A
8
A
7
A
7
A
?«• M. A
M. A
l^-

1,000,000

1862
1864
1868
1871

1869
1853
1868
1869
1870

7

3,2.50,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

"

73

St. Louis,

i.boo

J.
J.
J.

?*•

500 Ac. 21,000 p.m.

"so

1st

St. Louis, Kansas Citydk ydrihem.—Hult the 8»ock
is pref., 10 per cent yearly, but not cumulative.
Gross earnings iu 1875, t2.643,»)3; net, $547,279.
Floating debt. $I,'if6,17i, to be retired with second
mortgage bonds. (V. SO, p. 473, 571; V. 21, p. 160;

Bk of C-om'rce
Opdyke A Co

?«•

N.Y., Nat
m."a""n, N. Y., O.
F. A A.
do

1,000
500 Ao.

C. P.)

(

mortgage
Bonds ot 1873

J. 'a "j. N.Y., Nat
do
M.
8.

Bk of Com'rce

7

1865
1875
1875
1856
1867
1871

7
30

it

Syracuse Northern. — 1st mortgage
Summit Branch Pa.) — Stock
Sunbury it Letoiston-lat mortgage, gold
Xerre Haute it Indianapolis-Stoei

1872
1867
1867
1868

"i'

1,000,000
1 ,020,000

100 Ac.

Ist mortg,igc

2d mortgage

'69^71

ti,0<)0,000

1

1,

2t,<KX),000

48'2 1871

(.V. Y.)

it

100

Juno
Juno
Jan.

1,000
1,000

ibo

South Carotina Stock
1st mortgage, sterling loan
dollar bonds, (L>
do
2d mortgage (for $3,000,000)
Domestic bonds (I)
Domestic bonds (K)
Bo. it No. Alabama — 1st mort., endorsed by Alabama
Sterling mortgage, guaranteed by L. it N
Southern of Long Island— Ist mortgage (3. Side) ...
2d mortgage 8. Side (1st mortg. s. fund)
Mortg.ige bonds Southern of L. I
Southern Central (.V. 1'.)— l.^t mortgage
2d mort. gold ($400,000 end. by Lehigh V. RR.)..
Southern, Iowa it Cedar Rapids — 1st mort., gold
Southern Minnesota— 1st mortgage

New

$2,500,000
1,.
500,000
8,000,000

23
80

Sehuylkill Valley— Stock
Seaboard tt Koanoke—Stock
Ist mortgage
Belma it OM/—\nt mort., guaranteed by Alabama..

A
A
A

1,000

let
it

earnhi js

872-3. $15,673,

Copper im i^.— Defaulted July. IBM.

and old bonds of $1,000,000 exchanged

for present.

(V. 21, p. 159, 160, 316.)

Syracuse.

BinghamtM

<*

New Tort.— Operated by

A W. Dividend in 18:5. 4 per cei.t.
Syraaise Northern. —SoM iu foreclosure July, 1875,

Del. L.

BnderaSd mortgage and boughtfor R. W. AOg. (T.
21, p. 160. 3<9,)

Summit Branch.—1)\i» is a coal road, and leases
Lykcns Valley. Nei earnings In 1875, $496,841.
Sunbury <t if ifi»ton.— Sold March, 1876. Leased
Penn. RR.

to

V.

33, p.

160

(V. SS, p. 56, 111, J34, 257, 297, 448;

3

Tetre Haute
30, p.

498.

A IndlanapoUt.-kDnxisl

Net earnings

$882,188 In 1S73.

resort

".n

V.

in 18i4, $380,020 against

.
.

. .
. .

RAILROAD STOCKS AND BONDS.

tvui

Subtcrlbers will eonftor m creat faTor

DESCRIPTION.

bjr

lieodinKs, &c., see notes
at tbo liead of first page of tables.

Size, or

of

Par

333
333
333
50
247
247
247

1875
1875
1875
1870

.$1,000

110% 1864
llU»i!

18<)6

227

1870
1871
1872

10
24

628
.

"75
167
177
29
27
75
167
180
242
525
628
109
43
43
82
37
35
35

(

Consol. mort., (on all except St. L. Div.) convert'e
2d consolidated mortgage, gold
1st mortgage, (Decatur & East St. Louis)

& Naples— 1 st mortgage
2d

100
100
100

11612 1866

2d mortgage Wab.osh & Western)
2d mortgage (Great Western of 1859)
Equipment bonds (T. & W.)

do

do

Lafayette, Bloomington, & Miss.— 1st mort
Lafayette, Mimcie & Bloomington, Ist mortgage

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
"iiio

100

1853
1853
1865
1865
1862
1858
1858
1859
1863
1867
1873
1869
1868
1870
1871
1871

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

250
100

&c.
&,e.

Joint

dolliir

do

do
loan, mortgage

do

1871
1871
1871

bond to State of New Jereey
mortgiige, stcrl'g, s. fd. (*138,500)
plain bonds

C'o.'g

do
do
do

1834-7

do

consol. mort. (sink'g fund after 1880)
RR. & T. Co., 2d loan (now 1st), plain..
do
3d loan due State of N. J.
do
Vtah 0«n/raJ— Ist mortgage, gold

K.

1862
1868
1868
3612 1870
75
75 1868
1871
"67 1872
1873

J.

Viica «£• Black liiccr— Stock
1st mortgage bonds of July, 1868
Mortgage bonds, 2d issue
Vtica, Ithaca d Elmira— 1st mortgage, sterling.
Valley ( Va.)
,

—

Equipmcuf
Btanstead,

1871
1871
1866
1866

lo.ans

8.

&

Cliarably bonds

Income and extension bonds (to pay float'g debt)
<t Meridian— 1st series (red endorsed)
2d series (blue endorsed)
3d do (black endorsed)
ith do (not endoreed)
Special loan, funding mortgage
Yermont Massach nsetts — Stock
iBt mortgage (sinking fund $7,000 per year)

140
140
140
140

Viekshurg

"80

tf;

Convertible bonds

&

,

— A full

acconnt of the company
Is ^veu in the annual report in Chroniclc, V. 23,
Aug. 20. Gross earning^*, 1875 fi, $1,5 "4.8^4; operating expenses', tSfll, 881; net earnings, 8172.142. (V.
19. p. 397; V. 80, p. («; V. 81, p. aa9, iU, V. 2i, p.
686, 607; V. 23, p. 100.)
Texas Western. Tills narrow-gange road Is in
progress. (See V. S3, p. 119, 158.)
TWeJo, Peoiii & Warsaw.— Interest in default
Passed into receiver's hands
December, 1873.
February, 1874. Forcc'osure suits commenced 1675.
(V. 21, p. 160, 372, 505, 59-', 814; V. 22, p. 159, 297.)
Toledo Tiffin & East.—SoM in foreclosure July

Texas

Pac'Jic.

—

1676.

(V.

2-1,

p. (V.)

Toled
Wabish iS: Wf*<em.— Operations for four
years compared as follows
Gross
Operating
Net
earnings.
expenses.
earnings.
,

:

Mrs
IWJ

gS,738,S07
6,018.978
5,736,666

leTl

1870

4,544,641

$4,4' 7,378

|1,!!31,429

4,305,144
3,776,888
3,236,265

1,613,834
1,969,8.38

1,808,370

default was raade on interest and a f unfling
proposition offered, but not accepted.
Mr. J. D.
Cox, the Presideut, was appointed receiver Feb. 22,
1875. Sold under consolid ited mortgage June 1 1'.
(V. 21, p. 16, 64, 186, 2U'i, 821, 349, 490,' 604,
1876.
613; V. il, p. a", 182, 20\ S31, 303, 244, 875, 4 '5, 643,
691; V. 23, p. 16, 63, 160.)
Boston. With leased roads forms a line
Troy
from 'Tioy, N. Y., to North Adams, Mass. In 1873 74
perating expenses,
troFS earnings were $530,310;
There are a few of old 1ft and 2d mortJ83.'-79.
g^«e bonds yet outs anding.

Feb.

77
80

do

do

1, '75,

—

A

<

—

Troy Union. A short road in Troy city. Bonds
issued by city and guaranteed by sevi-ral roads.
T^kerton.—'PTom New jersey Southern Railroad
to Tackerton, N. J. Net earnings 1373, $7,759.
JTiiion /"ad/fc.— Gross earnings in 1874 woie $10,659,880; net earnings, $5,9t7,565; gross earnings in
j87Swere$ll,«)3,832, and net earnings |7,011,784.

1,000

1,060
100
1,000

"73

<e Canada
Stock
Bonds, guaranteed by Vermont Central
Missisiinoi Railroad bonds
Vertnont Central—lsX mortgage, consolidated
2d mortgage, cousolldateu

Vermont

l,(iOO,000

1,300,000
1,500,000
250,000
861,000
15,000,000
1,000,000

900,000
2,500,000
2,496,000
500,000
300,000
1,000,000
1,500,000
600,000
2,700,000
5,000,000
2,700,000
675,000
225,000
1,300,000
606,000
1,609,000
1,384,000

.

do

1,700,000
1,000,000
1,800,000

2,.500,0OO

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

500 Ac,
500 &e,
100 &c.
100 &c,
1866-9 500 &c.
1867 100 Ac,
1872
1,000
1866 500 &c,
1860
1,000
1866
1,000
1866 100 &c
1871 100 &c
100
1865 100 &c
1869
500
1872
1,000

G

g.

J.

&

g.

J.

&'j. N. Y.,

F.

<St

J.

<fe

7
7

6.50.000

680,000
408,000
36,745,000.
27,236,112
27,236,512
14,157,000
7,500,000
2,400,000
1,600,000
1,600,000
19,890,400
5,300,000
2,000.000
1,846,000
1,800,000

154,000
500,000
670,340
1,700,000
866,000
5,000,000
450,000
100,000

New York &. Philadelp'a
Fai"-m."L."&

Tr.Co

i«21a

do

U.S. 'Treas., at maturity.
Phila. and N. Y. Offlces,
Philadelphia, Offlce.

Q.-.

.M.A

A
M.A
.M.A
F. A
Due
F. A
F. A
J. A
M. A
F. A
A. A

1870

7
6
6
6

7

7

3,000,000
3,000,000
1,.500,000
500,000
3,000,000
1,500,000
1,500,000
444,100
1,.508,600

"4'

3
7

7g.
8

7
7
7
8

7
8

717,500
850,000
145,000

7
7

1,162,700
217,400
2,860,000

7

7
8

J.
J.

I

7

•T.

:

—

p. :5".)

1, 1910
Julyl, 1876
1896 to 1899

April

Mch. 1, 1894
1887
April, 1896
May 1, 1895
1896, '97, '98
July 10, 1876
Mch. 1, 1901

do
London.
do

Oct.

Feb.

Mch.
Mch.

1,
1,
1,
1,

1894
1894
1894
1888

1880

Baltimore.
Boston, E. Blake A Co.
BdSton.Nat.Bk.of Redm
Boston, Globe N;it. Bk.
Boston ,Nat.Bk of Redm

June

1872
1891
1891
1886
do
do
1891
do
do
1876 to 1889
do
do
Jan. 1, 1887
1902
do
do
Phila Girard Nat. B'k. Jan. 1, 1890
do
do
Jan. 1, 1890
Phila., Girard Nat. B'k. Jan. 1, 1890
do
Jan. 1, 1890
do
1880
do
do
Apr. 7, 1876
Boston, Offlce.
do
*>
July 1, 1883
do
July 1, 1879
do
do
July 1. 1885
do

M.A
M.A
J. A
M.A
J. A
J. A
J. A
A. A
J. A
A.

1902

1873
1890
1890
1893
1890
1882
1878
1878
May 1, 1893
May, 1883
Feb., 1907
Feb., 1893
Aug., 1889
Nov. 1, 1889
July, 1890
Aug., 1901
Aug., 1901
Aug. 1, 1876
1894
1882

do
do
July, 1891
London, H.S.King A Co. Jan. 1, 1902

J

J.
J.

to gross
44 '(^ per

A
A

J.

6

1,

Philadelphia Office.
Feb. 1, 1878
Princeton. N. J.
Jan, 1, 1889
Philadelphia Office.
Nov. 1, 1889
N. Y., B'k of Commerce. Aug. 1, 1878
Tlo
do
Overdue.
Salt Lake aty.
Jan. 1. 1890
Utica.
June, 1876
Utica and New York.
July, 1878

,r.

7

April

Nov. 1,
Aug. 1,
Aug. 1,
May,
Nov. 1,
Aug. 1,
Nov. 1,
Nov. 1,

days after demand.
London.

J.

214

do

1, 1896
1, 1894
AprUl, 1886
May 2, 1910
Jime 1, 1901

Feb.
Dec.

Philadelphia.

A.

907,000
1,.500,000

1.50.000

Co.'s offlce.

do

A.

6g.

550,000
200,000

New York,

A.
D.

& O.
do
do
M. & N.
do
do
J. & D.
do
do
A. & O.
N. Y., Offlce of Oo.
"3H M. &
F. A
do
do
7
F. &.
do
do
7
.y. &
do
do
7
M. &
N. Y., Metroiwlitan B'k.
7
F. &
do
do
7
M. &
do
do
7
M. &
do
do
7
M. &
do
do
7
M. A
do
do
7
N. Y., Offlce of Co.
7
Wlnslow, L. A Co.
7 g. F.A
F. A
N. Y., Offlce of Co.
7
M. A
do
do
7
J. A
do
do
7
do
do
7g. F. A
do
do
7g. F. A
F. A
Troy, Company's Offlce.
4
J. A
N. Y., Nat. B'k of Com.
7
M. A
do
do
7
6
A. A
Phila., Safe Deposit Co
7
Q.-.
New York and Boston.
2
do
do
6g. J. A
U.S. Treas., at maturity
6
M.A
New York and Boston
8
A. A
do
do
7
A. A
London, L. A 8. Fr. Bk
M.A N. Y., Company's Offlce.

cent in 1874. Land sales in 1873, Ill,r49 acres at
Total sales to Jan. 1,
S3 66 per acre, nr $401,468.
1876. 1,082,893 acres for *5,.3.36,014.
Land notes and
contracts on hand, January 1, 1876, $3,0i8.50l.
The suit to recover for Government transportation
was decided b^ the United States Supreme Court
in favor of this company. Nov. 2^, 1873, including he important ruling that interest on the Government loan is not y ayable till the principal is
dne in 1896-99.
Abstract of last report V. 23,
p. a^"?, and government report to June 30, 1875,
V. 21, p. 467.
The annual report gives no
general balance sheet nor income account.
Dividends at 6 per cent per year were begun in July,
ftn'l
increast-d to 8 per cent October. 1^75. 'The
United Sta'es Attorney.General has a suit pending
for $1,010,0.36 agaiurt *he company as 5 per cent
of its net earnings. (V. 20, p. 314, a58, 405, 453. 492,
522. .'547. .'>85, .394: V. 21, p. 64. 105, -245, 3n-J, 378, 467,
536; V. 8* p. 111. \Bi, 834, 25 7, 400, 415, 47'2, 545;
V. 25. p. 101, 11;.)
Union Paciflc Centr.il Branch. This was formerly
the Atchison & Pik'j's Peak road. Interest in default since November, 1873. Gross earnings 1874-75,
$11.3,519; expenses, SI58.183.
(V. 17, p. 588, 834; V.
80, p. 8,314; V. 21, p. 61 'i; V. 28, p. Ill, t45; V.23,

July
Jan.
Nov.

1,
1.
1,
1,

,

A
A
A

A

—

Utica {ft Black River. Gross receipts 1874-5
$5"8,397; expenses, $'251,660; dividends disborsed,
$108,149. (V. 28, p. 20T.)
Uliea, ItJiaca

November,
from 1878.

eft

£7mira.— The road was completed

1375.
The silking fund is $;i0,000
(V. 21, p. 16; V. ;3, p. 16.)

—

yearly

Valley ( Va.). This road was built chiefly by subpcription of Bait.
Ohio RR, Baltimore city, and
Virginia counties. Operation of tbe road by Baltimore & Ohio was discontinued, and temporary lease
made to Shenandoah Valley Railroad. (V. 20, 9. 16,
453; V. 2), p. 896; V. 82, p. 463, 659, 591, 007.)

&

—

A

Vermont
C-jncida.
Under lease to Vermoat
Central, and proposed to be s(^d to same for $3,000,OOD in6p. c. bonds; but slill in litigation (V. 19, p.
40, 504; V. 20, p. 16, 141, 419, 445, 468, 498; V. 81, p.
Hi.)

Vermont Centra'.— In lg78 the Company wMit to
default on iuterest, and has since been in numerous
complications.
new corporation under the name
of Cteutral Vermont has been formed, with $8,000,000
paid-np capital, and assumed obligations of the old
Foreclosure in progress on
Vermont (Central.

A

2d mortgage.

(V.

80,

p.

16,

141,

186,

814,

3;8,

5 14, 616; V. 21, p. 38, 245, 418, 490; V. 23, p.
110,539; V. S3, p. -iO.)

498, 547

New Jersey Railroad
Canal Companies.
Camden & Araboy Itaiiroad and hr.inches.

Unile/X
\ic

Dhidend.

Jan.,

7
7
7
7
7
7

,000,000
1,770,720
200,000
1

The percentage of operating expenses
earnings was 41 '51 per cent in 18"5 and

—'1

D.

-

pal. When Due.
«<oc*-«— Last

3,(KI0,000

100 &e.

—

do
do
do

$2,400,000
7,860,000
3,763.000
10,000 p.m.

1,000

<£ Boston— Stock
100
1st mortgage, cousolidated
1874
1,000
CoBvertible bonds
500 &c,
"ijis
Troy JJnion- 1st mortgage, guaranteed, Troy City.
Ttiekerton Ist mortgiige
29 1871 500 Ac,
Vnton Pacific Stock
1,038
100
1st mortgage, gold, on road and equipment
1,038 1866-9
1,000
(government sulisidy)
do
2d
1,000
do
ou road (2d on laud), sinking fund 1,038 1874
3d
Land grant boiids on 12,0(XI,000 acres
1867-9 1,600
Omaha bridge bonds, sterling, £500,000
1871
£200
100 1860
Vnion Pitcijic, Central Branch— Ist mort., gold .
1,000
2d mortgage (government subsidy)
100 '66-7-8 1,000
United N. J. RR. £ Canal Compantes—Stack
100
General mortgage, coupon
1871
1,000
tlnited Co.'s mortgage, sinking fund, registered
1871
do
sterling loan mortgage, sinking fund
1871

Troy

—

Konrf*- Priuci

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.
Amoimt

Rate per When Where Payable, and by
Outstanding
Payable
Cent
Road. Bonds. Value.
Wh
vhom.

(

Ist mortgage (E. Div.)
2d mortgage (W. Div.) convertible
Consolidated mortgage (for $6,200,000)
Ist mortgage (Burlington Div.)
Toledo, Timn it Easl.—lst mortgage
Toledo, Wabash cfi Western Stock.
Preferred stock (7 per cent yearly, cumulative)
Ist mortgage (Toledo & Illinois)
Ist mortgage (Liike Erie, Wabash & St. Louis)..
Ist mortgage (Great Western of 1859)
Ist mortgage (CJuincy & Toledo)
Ist mortgage (IllinoiB & Southern Iowa).
2d mortgage (Toledo & Wabash)

Date

of

Ttxas a Paciflc— 1st mortgage, gold (.$8,000 p. m.).
2d mortgage, conRolidated, gold ($17,000 p. m.).
Income aiul land mortgage
Texas IKf***-™— (Narrow g.)— Ist M., 1. gr., gold
Tolalo, I'eoria <f Warsaic—Stock
] St preferred
2d preferred
Ist mortgiigc W. Div.)

Banuibal
do

kI^Idk imntedtale noUee «t any error dUcovered In these Table*.

Miles

For explanation of column

[Augi:Bt 26, 1873.

eft

Delaware A Raritan Canal, aud New.Tersev Railroad
form the United Companies of New Jersey. They
wore leased to Pennsylvania Railroad, Oct 20,1871,
at 10 per cent on stock and assumption of all liabilities. In 1874 the gro-s earnings were $10,^81,188;
operating expenses, sr,onp,445; net, $8,933,039, leaving a loss to lessees of §31,161 after paying interest and dividends. Tiie loans duo in February, and
April 1875, were paid off and bonds of 1S71 increased
by $8,300,000, issued in London.

Utah Centi'al.—Sa\t Lake to Ogden.
net earnings were $'306,358,

In IS^C-I

—

VKk^irg <fi Meridian. Net earnings year ending March 1, 1876, were $194,099. Coupons are paid
2 per cent cash, balance scrip. Coupons of July,
1874,

and

April, 18:5,

V. 2',p. 207; V.

were passed.

83, p.

(V. 20, p.

601;

«2.)

Vermoni it Massachusetts.—ThH road is leased to
the Fiteliburg KM. Co. fur 099 years, commencing
Jan. 1, 1874; they paying interest on the debt and 4
per cent on tlio stock for the first two years. 5 per
cent the next two years, and 6 per cent for the rcmiunder of the lease, exclusive of .all taxes.

-

;

August

railhoaD and canal stocks and bonds.

26, 1876,]

Saba^rlb

..
..
.
.

will ooiirer a greai flivor

'-u

DE8CRTPTION.

by glTlng ImaiaAlste DOtlee of any error diseoTered la ttaeac Tablea.
Ztotuf*— PrinelINTEREST OR DIVISENOB.
Due.
Date

For explanation of culuiua boodliisR, &c., Beo notes
at tlie bead of ttrst page ur tubles.

35

Warren

18
18
18

Istcoiisol.

ad

310

330
05 Hi

1867
1873
1871

"27

1871

66
38
03
172
32
204
138

1861
1866
1809
1871
1872

mortimgu

mort.s'iwfo, O.

Mid. <£
A. UK

Vii.

&

Ist aiid Sd mort.iiiigc, O. & A.
4tb mortgiigi!, O. A A. KR

&
&

Funded

S)ii/Aer/>— Block..

at.

RU

RR
RR

inteicat, O.
A.
l8t mortgage, O., A.
M.
(ien. iiiort., gold, Wiuih. O., Va. Mid.
Ut. South'ii
Lynchburg «Sc l^aiiville, 1st uiort., guar., coup

&

Westchester (t I'hllaiMphia—Vvcterrad stock
Ist mortgage, new

West Jersey— Slack
Loan of 1883, guarautood by

Camden & Amboy

.

mortgage loau
eousiiIldat«<l
do
West Wisconsin— liit mort., gold, 8. fd., 1. gr., oonv.
let mortgage, goUI extcnsiou, coupon or rcglst'd
let
Ist

.

Coiisol. bond.-*, gttUl

Allunlic (Ou)— Income Bonds
ir«i(en» (A/«.)— Ist mortgage (Mont. <fc W. P.)
Western KI4. boiKls, before eoiisolidatlon
2d mort.,guar. byCent. of Ga.and Oa. RR. &B. Co.
Western Maryltinil—lat mort., eudonjcd Bait. City.
1st mortgage, unendorsed

Western

>t

5(K) &o.

500 Ac.
1,000
i",6oo

500 &c.
100 &c.

""r

1870
1870

500 &0.

1863
1870

100 &c.
100 &c.
100

do
Sinking fund bonds, gold
Wisconsin Centml— 1st mortgage, gold, land grant
Worcester it Nasli lea —Stock
Bonds ($125,000 are 7 per cent)

Bonds
Bonds
Nashua
do

200
45

1871

100

48
48

Chesapeake <t Delaware—atocii
Ist mortgage (origiually $2,800,000)

1874

14
14

Delaware Diei.iion—Stock
1st mortgage
Delaware d- //lirfifo/t—Stock

60
60
14S
148
148
148

Registered Itonds
Registered bonds
Registered bonds
I>ebeuturea of 1878

Loan of 18'J1 (ii3,000,000 cp. & $2,000,030 rog.)
Lehigh Coal <£ Naoi^jation —Stock
Loan, couv., coup., gold (iissumed L. & W. Coal Co)
1st mortgage, reglstorecl
Ist mortgage, registered, railroad
Mort. loan, g. ($2,3 10,000 a-ssumedC. RR. of N.J.)

50
1858
18(f7

1809
1871
1873
1874

50

December, 1877

1872
1871
1872
1862

WatlldU Valley.— ThSn road was foreclosed under
a eecond mortgage and sold November, 187o. (V.

.

V. n, p.

48. aj».)

Warren (iV. X).— Leased to Delaware, Lacli.iwanna
on stock and bonds. Net
earnings in IIJTS, t2ll,0&«.
Washington City, Tiri/m'a Mdland <t OrtatSoulh«-n.— Gross eammgs year ending Sept. 30, 1875,
$1,033,980; expenses, ^Ii7i,.i6~; net earnings, $161,B'.a.
The company has been assisted by Bait. & O.
Coupons on O. & A. Jd, 3d and 4th mortgages are
overdue. The 1st and 3d mortgages placed togetiier,

A Western al 7 per cent

were originally t4'0O,ODJ 1st 68, and $60U,000.Jd 8«,
some of which have been exchanfjed for general
mortgage bondn, but are deposited in escrow only.
Interctit is in defanlt, and the president, Mr. John
S. iiarbour. was appointed receiver in July, 167(1.
(V. 22, p. 15, 591.)
Western ± AUantic-Tiiis road is owned by State
of Georgia, and leased at $.303 030 pjr annum
ljess«es have issued the income bonds. (V. 23, u.
36.1

Westehester <t Philalelphia.—^et earnings 1874-6,
1058,657. (V. 2J, p. 304 )

West Jeney.— Gross e.irnlngs,
Senses, $ltO,5)9; net, $a9'VJ87.
iterest

and

rentals, $9,j,889.

1S",^,

$va.73~\ ex-

Net

prollt ,ibo\e

(V. S2, p. 'i3t.)

West IFijcOMiia.— The company defaulted on interdnc Jan. 1. V675, and funded nine coupons from
The following is fro-ii ttic ofllcial staicment: Since its organization the company h:is
Issu d J4,000,000 gold flrst mortgage land grant
bonds, of whJeh *3,ti ,503 are outstand-ng; $610,000
Southern extension bond», of which $.in).U00 are
held as collateral security by tioating del)t creditor?;
$2,5 JO.COO seven per cent gold consolidated bonds,
•f which $1,471 ,0-30 arc held as collateral to the tioating debt. The other debts of the company on Jan.
1, H75, were as follows: Bills payable, $1,OSO,9J1.
There arc collaterals belonging to the conipany held
for these, as follows: Southern cxtenKion Ijonds,
1 8 •3,000; couBoUdated bonds, 1 1 ,<71 ,000 and 200 cars
est

that date.

;

52«,.500

821,300
1,100,000
1,359,750

400,000
1,000,000
1.00(),0(K>
4,00(),(XK)

640,000
2,500,000
020,000

A.
A.

7g.

Atlanta, Co.'s Office.
Q-J
A J. New York A Savannah.
do
do
A a
do
do
A O
A J. Bait., N. AIcchauicH' B'k
do
A
do
do
A
do

10
8

A.

8
6
6
6
6
6

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

300,000
300,000
600,000
875,000
1,000,000
1,400,000
800,000
1,000,000
1,200,000
350,000
3,200.000
600,000
1,2150,000
i,r)60,ioo

1,456,200

648,700
221,400
749,000
4,018,500
1,789,800
350,000
250,000
400,000
900,305
700,500
1,880,800
1,997,872
8,229.594
2,000,000
4,375,000
1,699,500
1,633,350
800,000
20,000,000
1,500,000
3,500,000
5,000,000
393,000
5,OOO,0tK)

10,218,550
794,000
5,381,963
2,000.000
4,692,500
762,779
41,5.50

1,063,000

744,000
1,004,300
103,000

1,000

1800
1890
1800
Jan., 1800
Ilagerstowu.
Jan., 1890
Bait., Company's Office.
Jan., 1895
Balt.,N. Mechanics' B'k
Jan., 1900
Jan., 1902
do
do
Jan. 1, 1890
April 1, 1803
Fhilitdelphia, Office,
do
Jan. 1, 1896
do
do
do
N. New York, J. M. IMokrell May 1, 1900
June, 1900
D. Bait., Safe Deposit Co.

6

A
A
A
J. A
6
7
M. A
8
J. A
7
"7
A. &0.
A. A O.
7
3>3
J. A D.
6g. J. A J.
M. A N.
J. A J.
J. if J.
J. A J.
6&7 Various
A. A O.
7
F. A A.
7
6
8
6

•

J.
J.

A.

3
6

A.

3

6
"

A
A

do.
do
Globe Nat. Bank
do
do

Best.,

1881
1886
1896
July 1, 1901
July 1, 1876
1881 A 1887
April 1, 1803
Feb. 1, 1895

Globe Nat. Bank. AprUl, 1804
June, 1873

Philadelphia, Office,

D.

July, 1886

do

do

J.

Brown A

1870
1890
1885
Aug. 4, 1876
Phil.idelphla, Office.
4
July 1,1878
do
do
6
N. Y., Bk. of Commerce. Aug. 1, 1876
4
1877
do
do
7
1884
do
do
7
1801
do
do
7
April, 1878
N. Y., office, 71 B'way.
7
1694
do
do
7
Philadelphia, Office.
June 3, 1876
2
do
do
1894
6g. yt.&s.
1884
do
do
Q-J.
6
1807
do
do
Q-F.
6
1897
do
do
A D.
6 g.
1877
Philadelphia, Office.
J. A T).
1882
do
do
D.
3. A
6
June 1, 1911
do
do
A D.
7
1892
do
do
A.
A
7
Pittsburg, Office.
Jan., 1876
A J.
4
N. Y., N. Bk. of Com'rce. July 1, 1887
A J.
6
6

Bait., A.

J.
F.
J.

Sons.

London.

Bait., A.

Brown A

Sons.

.

1875

Weaierii .l/iiry/a/ui.— This company was largely assiBted by the city of Btltimore, which has also

bonght Its overdue coupons. The only bonds remaining In default for interest to their holders are
the s4;cond preferred imendorsed. Annual report
for List fiscal year to September 30, 1875, shows
receipts, $393,718; expenses, $194,430; net
receipts, $99,2^*8. The financial condition Septembi'r.SO, 1875, was as fnllows: Liabilities— Stock subscriptions, $68),ti.32; funded debt. $:i,075,0o0; total

gross

—

Assets Cost of old road and
iippurtemmcea, $2,104. :3P8; cost of new road,
$l,S89,4ai; sundry individual inrtebtedness, $8,846;
Union Railroad Company, $2,.'j00; loss 011 sale of
SL'coiid preferred bonds, $4S,.'>00; construction and
ctiuipmcnt, $J7,-.i0j; sinking fund second mortgage
city endorsed, $33,000; ba'ance 436,911— total assets,

207)
CnKna.— Sold in foreclDsnro, June

Foreclosire pending
(V. SO, p. 868, S88, S«,
1.37, 692; V.
.p. 182,591.)

847; V. 21. p.

i

—

Wilmington A Wfldon. Leased December, 1872,
to Wilmingt n, Columbia & Augusta road at 7 per
cent on stock. Lessee assumes all iiabiUties. (V.
22, p. 1

(V. 20, p. 398, 406, 446.)

6

)

1875.

and

funding,

V.

its

Ac,

—

This company defaulted July,
latest statement and proposition for
are in V. 21, p. J45. (V. 20, p. 291, 671;

Wisconsin Central.

81, p. 324.)

<t Nashua.— Vet earnings 1874-5, $178,Guarantees the stock and bonds of Nashua A
Rochester company, leased. (V. 21, p. 690; V. !S,

Worcester

3.10.

p. 61!.)

Ch^snpetke

<t

pcake City, Md.

Oa'awiw.- Delaware City

to Cbcaa-

(V. 18, p. 682).

Ches^penix <t OAi-".- Gros" receipts, I8T5, t473,21fl,
Paid on bonds, t2!3,940 (V. 21, p.
77.)
Delaware Hie.— Leased to Lehgh C. A N. <3o., at
Interest on bonds, and 8 per cent a year on stock.

net, $251,175.

(V. 22, p.

Western North

23, 1875, for $825,000.

(V.20, r. 814,453; V.21,p.40.)

Western Pennsylvania.— T\\a Pennsylvania RR.
lessee owns $972,6.V) 8to<'.k out of the total amount
of $ ,022 450. $148,000 of branch bonds, and all of
$I,9')P,000 general mortgage bonds;
1815, 818J,069.
(V. 22, p. a06.)

net

earnings

Wil iifttsioi ifi Tarftoro.— Road in progress.
recent financial information.

No

Wiiminqton Cotumf>li Jb ,1«7i/s<(J.— Leases and
operates the Wd.cifc Weldon. In 1874 5 ne', earnings
were 818-1.2:i, including profit on W.& W. Coupons
of De".,

Boston, Office.
Worcester, Office.

1,
1,

Oct., 1000
Jan., 1002
Dec., 1876

'

London,
do

Q-J
A J.
& A.
A J
F. A A.
M. A N.
J. A J.
J. A J.
A. A O.
A. A O.
Q-M.

5

Western j4Aj*(ima.— Sold in forecloenre, April 19,
and bought by Central 6a. and Georgia Rail-

$<.ra,451.

do

N. Y., Nat. B'k Republic

Best.,

Oct. 1,

Jon.
Jan.

DeHavon A Bro.

do

Q- J

e'

1875,

liabilities, $1,47-1,451.

Plilla.,

&0

J.
J.

other items of debt, $1,836,141.
Earnings, 1874,
$881,920; opcralingexpenscii, $697,107; netesrnings,
8187,812. For full particuliu'B see V. 20, p. 77, 291,314;
V.21,p. 396; V. 82, p. 521.

roads.

Oct. '76 to '91

J.

8

50

mortgage

Jl, p. 4)2;

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

153

Consolidate 1 mortgiigo, loan
Greenwood mortgage, registered
Monongaliela Xadgatiua Co.— Stock
Ist

1,000

100

Loan

till

500 &c.

50
1856 Vario's
25

0/i(y~Stock
Maryland loan, sinking fund
Guaranteed sterling loan
Bonds having next preference
d-

do oxtensum, convertible

700,000
578,859
1,050,000

1,000

1873
1875

« Rochesl«r—Stock
do
lutm., guar, (for $700,000)
C tNAL.

Cfiesapeuke

750,000

18(58

do

Divldcud.

A.

31a

600,000
2,692,539
1,200,000
654,000

1867

"64
64
181
181

.

When

Sloeki-ljmi

whom.

A O. N.Y., Bull's Head Bank.
1806
& O. M.y., Del., L. A W. RR. April, 1876
& O.
do
do
1900
7
M. & B.
do
1905
7
do
J. i'j. Bait., R. Garrett A Bon* Jan. 1 1875
"o'
do
M. & N.
do
May 1, 1873
M. A B.
do
8
do
BopL 1, 1880
J. & J. Bait., R. Garrett A Sons Mch. 1, 1882
"i'
do
do
May 1, 1803
.7g. M. & N.
A. & O.
do
April 1, 1800
do
"4'
A J. Pltilodelphia, Office. July 10, 1876
do
do
AprU 1, 1891
A O.
7
A A. Camden, N. J., Co's Office Sept. 1, 1874
4
do
do
Moh., 1883
6
A S.
Jan., 1896
A J.
do
do
6
do
do
Oct., 1890
A. A O.
7
J. A J Now York and London. Jan. 1, 188«
l«1902
7 g. J. A J New York, Office of Co.
7

$700,000

1,200,000
200,000
400,000

1870
1872
1870
1863
1865

Payable, and by

i.^j-aipio

750,000
600,000

1866
1870
1858

188

f^^^l

1,.'>00,000

100 &c.
50
500 &c.
500 &e.

When Where

Rate per

1,800,000

500 &c.

41
160
90
90
90
90
90
90
90
115
57
28

.

—Stock

1873

I>al,

Amoimt
Aiuouin,

Outstanding!

11(5

2d
do
endorsed by Baltimore
do
endorsed by Wasbingtou County
2d
2d preferred mortgage, unendorsed
3d mortgage, gcuirante<!il liy liallimoro
4th
do
for Baltimore City stock
Western North Carolina— 1st mortgage (E. Div.) .Western Pennsylvania— l»t mortgitgo
1st mortgage, I'ittsbmg Braneu
^
General mortgage
WiUiamston tt Tarooro—lHt nmrtjc u e
Wilmington, Columbia <i Augusta 1st mortgage ..
I neome bonds
Wilmington <£ Reading— Ist mortgage
2d mortgage, coupon or registered
Wiltniiigton tfi WeUlon
Btcrliug bonds

Par
Value.

1871 $500&c.
100
1855
1870
1875
100
1871
1853
1858
1860

(iV.X)-r<Jtoclt

inortKugo

Washini/loH City,

Size, or

of

Bonds.

Hi

Walkill r«H«y(.V.r.)— 1st mortgage
2cl

ZXIX

187.1,

are unpaid.

\V. 22. p. 1 5.)

Wilmington eft /?«a!ii«.7.— This road was in progress, and defaulted on second mortgage after crisis
of 1873. Default on first mortgage was made April,

Z>el. <t

Hudson Canai.— This

Co.,

which

Is

among

the largest miners and carriers of coal, leases the Alb.
& Susq. and Renss. A Sar. Railroads. Also «ndor«c»
bonds of N. Y. * Canada RR. Annual report for 1875,

V. 2!, p. 439; V. 23, p. 101.
Lehigh Coal db Navlgation.-Oros-- receipts In 1875
$1,819,085; expenses, Int. and dividends, $1,914,276,
excees of the latter, $6.5,191. The Central R.R. o»
N J. assumis (in purchase of quipmentl, $2,810,000
of the sold loan duo 18'i7, leases the Lehigh * SuBquehanna Hail Ko.id, and operates the Lehigh Canal.
The Lehigh & Wi:ko6-I!arre Coal Co. assumes $500,000 If the gold loan due 1^97, and •822,00(1 (alll of the
converlible gold loan dut iS'JI, and bas alfo leased
•

the coal lands of the Company.

(V. 22, p.

•!

i

0.)

CbmMnj'.— Receipt*,
XarigcUion
1S74, $216,463; expenses, $88,120; dividends, $97,7))].
Tnonriahela

—

:

CANAL AND MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS AND BONDS.

xxz
Sabscrlbers

nrlll

confer a Kreat Taror

glrlnK Immediate notice of any error dlscoTered in t^ese Tables.

bjr

DESCRIPTION.

Miles Date
of
For oxi>liination of column licadiiiffa, Ac, see notes of
Canal. Bonds
at the head of lirst page or tables.

OANA

I>— Conlfnued.
Iforris—Stock, consolidated
stock
Prefcrre*!
New moi-tgagc (for $1,000,000)
Boat loan
Prefc.rrpd stock scrip dividend
Pennsylrait ia Stock

103
103
103
103

Ist liKH-tcage, intereat guaranteed

Schu ylkiir Navigation—Btocl^r
Prcf ciTcd Htocic
1 s^jj^-tgage, extended

by Peun.

KR

common

$1,025,000
1,175,000

1,709,380
3,990,392
1,148,000

1,000
1,000
1,000

260,00*1

6
6
6
6

756,650
628,100

6
7

50

Susquelianna Canal,

common

1870
1863
1864
45

236,965
103,164
4.477,150

2
5

F.
F.

j7
"6

3,1)00,000

919,748 3,?c. in sc
3,1.55,650 60c. in sc

1,000,000
1,319,000
325,316

bonds, 3d mort

prof., 3d. T. W. priority b'ds
do
do
bondsof 1872
Vnion—l»t mortgage

& A
& A
A. & O.
V. & A.
I. & J.
F. & A.
F. & A.
Q.-M.
J. & J.
J. & J,
M. & N
M. & N,
M. & N.

2,002,74(!

(»)

bonds

Improvement bonds
Boat and car loan
Boat and car loan
Sugquehanna d Tide Water—Stock
Maryland loan, 2d mortgage

wben Due.
Stocks— Lsmt
Dividend.

pal,

Amoimt

Rate per Wben Where Payable, and by
Outstanding
Payable
Cent.
Value.
Wli
niom.

2drKriKaKe

W ort gage

01

Par

$100
100
1876
1865 various.
1869 various.
50
1867
1,000
50
50

327
327
108

iJonrf»— Princi-

INTEREST OR DIVIDENDS.

Size,

1,000
1,000

—

[Au^rust 2G, 1876.

1872

250,000
3,000,000

85

"e'
6
6
7

J.
J.
J.
J.

&"j.

& J.
& J.
& J.
M. & N

6

Aug.
Aug.

Loh.Val. RR.Co.. PUlla

do

do

do
do

do
do

1876
1878

Oct.'.'isss

Feb., 1889

JulyViblO
Aug. 1, 1376
Aug. 1, 1876
Marcli, 1897
1882 to 1907
1895
May, 1880
May, 1913
May, 1915

PUiladelpUia, Office.
PUiladclpliia, Office,

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

4,
4,

do
do
do
do
do
do
do

and Baltimore.
do
do
do
do
do
do

Jan.Vi"885
Jan. 1, 1878

Phila.

Jan.,
Jan.,

May

Pliiladelpbia, OfHce.

1,

1894
1902
1883

iTIi»CKI.I.ANBOI7$.

Adamt Express

Corn-pan u— Stock

4,0<X),000

io's.

7

£200
1,000

1868
1871
1871
1874
1875
1873
1875

2d mortgage
it Iron Compayiu— Stock
Ihml«ilh <e Dubuque Bridge— Bonaa sinking fund
Illinois <i St. Louis Bridge— lit mortgage coupon s. fund..
2d mortgage, coupon
3d mortgage, coupou4tli mortga„
ortgi
St. Louifl Tunnel RR.— 1st mortgage sterling, sink. fund.
2dmortgage
do
do
Mariposa Land (t Mining Company—StooTi
do

1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000
1,000

i',6oo

100

1

lOO

Mercantile Trust— Rea.\ estate 1st mortgage bonds

1876

Pacific Mail Steamship Company—Stock
Bonds, coupon or registered (for $2,000,000)

100
500 &c
100

1876

1,000

—

Producers' Consolidated Land
Stock

Pullman Palace Cat

—

<£

Petroleum

100
100

"50

Spring Mountain CoaJ—Stock, guar'd 7p. c. byL.V. RR...
United States Express Stock
Wells, Fargo (£ Company Express —Stock
Western Union Telegraph— Stock
Real estate bonds, gold, sinlcing fund
Bonds, coup or reg., eonv. till May, 1835, S" f. 1 p. c
Sterling bonds, coup, (sinking fund 1 per cent, per annum)
Tfilkesbarre Coal —Stock

—

3ferrl».— Leased April, 18:o, to Lehigh Valley Railroad for 999 years. 'The lessees assammg bonds and
scrip, and paying 10 per cent per annum on preferred
Bt»ck, and 4 on consolidated stock. (V. 13, p. 714).

Pennsylvania Canal.— WoTkei

in interest of Penn.
interest on bonds. An old
mortgage of *90,000 is due in 1887. Gross receipts
874, $546,328; net, $.310,14i.

100
100
100
1872
1875
1875

100

report V. 32, p.
58";

V.

1,000
1,000

£100&o

488. (V.

21, p. 63, 277;

V.

23, p. 483,

23, p. 160.)

Boston Water Power Co.—Annual report in V. 23,
&494. A stock increase of 25 per cent was voted
ov., 1375.
(V. 21, p. 511, 591 V. 2i, p. 183.)
;

—

Canton Improvement Co.. The annual report for
year ending May 31, 18*.'), is in V. 22, p. 613. Of the
$3,500,000 mortgage $6CO,000 is rcs>rved to pay ster-

Com;)(my.— Leased from
SchuylkiU
Jane 1, 1870, to Philadelphia & Reading for 999
years, at annual rent of t6.'">5,000, inclnding ''ertaiu
real and personal property conve);ed to Philadelohia
(Last annual report in V. S2, p. 493.)
&> Reading.
Susquehanna db Tide Water.— X,ea»cA and operated
ey Philadelphia & Reading Railroad for interest on
bonds and lialf of net earnings.
Union Coaa.'.— Stock, ^2,907,850.

Mna: loan.

mSCEIil^ANEOUS.
Adams

Express Company.— K reference to the

Dinsmore and others in V. 19. p. 370.
American Coal.—The report for 1875 showed gross
receipts, i8-35,9;6; net, $ 9,016, (/. 22, p, 180.)
BQit of

*

Pacific Telegraph.— (Jt this stock the
Pacific Railroad holds $3,420,000. Annual

Atianlie

Union

The Company owus

$51M,000 stock of

Union Railroad Co. out
its

of $600,000, and guarautees
(V. 20, p. 314, 546; V. 2J, p. 6 1 3)

bonds.

Cary Improvement

Co.- -Assets April, 1875, $398,694; liabUities, $165,009.

Conso'idation Coa'.—Annual report for 1875 in V.
32, p. 379, shomng gross receipts, $2,648, 178; expenses, $1,876,402; net, $771,77»i. Consol. mortgage
bonds are held to retire old bond*. Guarantees also
bonds of the Cumberland & Peun., and assumes
$1.3,i,0O0 Un. Mining Co. bonds. (V. 32, p. 279, 415,
471.)

&

Illinois
1875The

of Messrs.
20, p.

St. L'>u's BHdge. —InteTsst passed July,
Bridge and Tunnel Railroad are in hands

Morgan and Humphreys,

544; V.

21, p. 3I'J;

Mariposa Land

&

V.

York,

Office.

Boston, Office.
D. 1st coup, due Dec, 1875

&"j. London, Brown, S. & Co Jan.
& J. New York or Loudon. Jan.
1

23, p.

trustees.

(V

14.)

ifming Co.—Assessment of gl

1,
1,

1904
1904

& J.
M. & N.
London.
1900
M. & S. N.Y.,Co.'8 Office, 71 B'y. March 15, 1876
J. & J.
Jan., 1885
do
do
J. & J,
do
Jan. 1, 1897
do
J. & J,
do
do
1879
F. & A
Feb., 1879
do
do
A. & O
New York Office.
Oct. 15, 1875
M. & N. N. Y., by III. Cent. RR.
Nov., 1893
A. & O New York and London.
1900
J. & J.
July 1, 1901
do
do
M. & 8.
do
do
Mar. 1, 1886
J. & J
St. Louis.
J. & J Lond.,J. S.Morgan & Co. Jan. iV"l888
J. & J
St. Louis.
J.

RR. which guarantees

Navigati'm

Aug. 1, 1876
July 3, 1876
Mar. 10, 1876
1872
Nov. 12, 1872
June, 1884

Company's Office.
do
do

New

&

New York.

J.

1^3

7
3
7

J,

Various

M. & S.
0)
Q.-F.
5,000,000
5
F. & A.
484,500
7
2,500,000
6
Q.-J.
Q.-F.
2
5,886,200
M. & N.
298,000
8
F. & A.
434,000
8
F. & A.
996,000
8
A. & O.
144,000
7g.
A. & O.
598,000
4,291,300
5,708,700
J. & J.
584,000
1,.500,000
J. & D.
2&8I4S,
7,000,000
5,000,000
4
J. & J.
33,787,475
Q.-J.
1^
1,498,000
*• M. & N.
1
M. & N.
4,000,000
1,030,000
M. & S.
M. & N.
3,400.000

100

Mining Company —Common stock

g-

10

20,000,000

'ioo

Preferred stock
2d mortgage, gold

g.

9

(1)

Bonds, 2il series
Bonds, 3d series
Bonds, 4tli series
Bonds, sterling debenture, convertible
Bonds, debenture
Quicksilver

7
10

l,(i93,000

1861

—Stock

8

%«
7 g.

4,400,000

50

Pennsylvania Coal Stock
Ist mortgage bonds

6

1

1,000

$500,000)

&

10,000,000
5,000,000

1875

(for

J.

6
6
6

,000,000
1,000,000

"ioo

Preferred stock

Mortgage bonds

& S

7

,0(X),000

£200

Marylaml Coai— Stock

M.

J.
J.
J.

598,000
10,250,000
412,000
363,000
137,000
498,000
500,000
480,000
3,017,000
2,000,000
2.492,000

1,000
1,000

N. Y.,

J.

9(K),000

1864
1872
1852
1869

&

3

661,000

500 &c.
500 &c.
100

2

4

1,740,000
1,107,500
584,000

25

.

do
Cumberland Coat

12,000,000
18,000,000
1 ,500,000
10,500,000

1,000

(* Pacific Telegraph- Stock
Boston Water Power
1874
Mortgage bonds (for $2,800,000)
Canton Improvement Company —Stock
1873
Sterling bonds (sinking fund onc-tifth of land sales)
1874
Mortgage bonds, gold sixes (for $2,500,000)
Union RR., Ist mort., end. C. Co. (s. f., rents on $220,163)
do 2d mort., g., end., (s. f ground rents on $144,800)
Co7isoli<Iation Coal'of Marylana^Stocli

Atlantic

Ist mortgage (convertible)
Ist mortgage, consolidated, convertible
Cumberland Coal and Iron— Ist mortgage

Q.-M.

100
100
25
100
100

American Express —Stock
American Coal (Maryland)— Stoc\i

New

Y'ork

and Loudon.

Jan. 1, 1886
Jan. 31, 1876
In 5 years.
Sept.,

1869

&T. Co

March, 1886
Aug. 1, 1876
Aug. 1, 1881
July 20, 1876
Aug. 15, 1876

do
do
do
do
do

15, 1881
Feb. 15, 1887
Aug. 15, 1892
April 1, 1885
Oot. 15, 1878

N. Y., Ill Broadway,

do

do

New York Office.
N.Y., Farm. L.

do
do
di
do
do

May

N. Y., Comp.any's Office,
1879
N. Y., Company's Office, June 10, 1876

New
New
New

York,
York,
York,

Office.
Office.
Office.

N. Y., Union Trust Co.
N. Y., TnNasurer's Otliee

Aug. 15, 1876
July 15, 1876
July 15, 1876
May, 1902

May, 1900
1, 1900

London, Morton, R.& Co March
Philadelphia.

per Nhare is delinquent .Tune 3, 1876. (V. 30, p. 477
V. 23, p. 2)1, .305, 128; V. 23, p. 112.)
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.— Change of management, May, 1876. Report of old Board, V. 22. 0.
543. (V. 21, p. 40. 207, 231, 378, 324, 319, 396;
V. 32, p. 4J, 257, 281, 305, 36.S 513, 543, 691.)
Pennsylvania Coal. Tl'is company operates a rai"^
road of 47 miles connectino; its coal mines with

—

Branch of Erie Railway ana Delaware & Hudson
Canal at Hawley. Dividends iu 1874 were 45 per cent
a year. Floating debt, $625,000.
Pullman Palace Car Company.— Fall report in V.

467.

21, p.

Quicksilver

Mining Company.— himwtiX report for

with balance sheet, Ac, in V.

2i, p. 303. See
V. 19, p. 684; V.20, p. 141, 429, 5.38; V. 24, p. 2.33, 803.
Spring Mountain Coal Company.— Thia is guaranteed 7 per year till 1885 by Lehigh Valley RR.
United Stales Impress.— t^evr stock of $1,000 000
issued. (V. 3), p. 159; V. S3, p. 87.)
Western Union Telegraph.— .KnrmSil report, V. 21,

I875.

p.

The company holds $7,287,735 of its own
making the total $41,073,4.10. In May, 1876,
& Atlantic Company'

369.

stock,

purchasedcontrol of Southern

369,

and leasedTt.

(V. 21. p. 6,
131, 175, 162, 257, 368, 63, 591
'

;

V.

372, 569;

V. 23 n'

23, p. 13, 87, 101.)


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