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NEW YORK AND SOUTHAMPTON,} comice, 73 Broadway.)

NEW YORK AND GLASGOW, Pier ALLAN-STATE LINE.

STATE LINE ESTABLISHED 1872. foot W. 21st St.

(Office, 53 Broadway.) State of Nebraska. (1880 Glasgow. Lond.& Gl'gowCo., Ld 2580 4000 650 Perry

385 43 132 Laurenthan.. 1872 Glasgow Lond. & Gl'gowCo., Ld

4522
Stirrat.

400 42.5 35.3 Mongolian.. 1891 Glasgow D. & W. Henderson.. 4838

Braes.. Numidian.. 1891 Glasgow. D. & W. Henderson..

4838

Main..
AMERICAN LINE.

ESTABLISHED 1892.
St.
St Louis..

1895 Philadelphia Wm. Cramp & Sons... 5894 11629 20000 Passow....... 554 63 St Paul..

1895 Philadelphia Wm. Cramp & Sons... 5874 11629 20000 Jamison... 554 63 Philadelphia.. 1901 Belfast... Harland & Wolff...... 6289 10787 20000 2000 Mills.

560 63. 3 New York. 1888 Glasgow.. J. & G. Thomson...... 631810675 20000 2000

560 63.3 Haverford 1901 Glasgow.. John Brown & Co. 7493 11635

Neilsen. 530 59 36 Meriont. Glasgow... John Brown & Co..... 7493|11635

530 59 36 NEW YORK AND GLASGOW, Pier ANCHOR LINE.

ESTABLISHED 1852. foot W. 24th St.

(Office, 17 Broadway.) City of Rome. 1881 Barrow Barrow S. B. Co...... 3453 8144 1500 Baxter

561 53 37 Anchoria...

1874 Barrow Barrow S. B. Co...... 2713 4168 615 Wadsworth. 408 40! 34 Ethiopia 1873 Glasgow... A. Stephen & Sons.. 2604 4005 720 Blakie

402 42 25 Furnessia. 1880 Barrow Barrow S. B. Co...... 2613 5495 600 Young

445 45 Astoria.. 1884 Dumbarton.. enny Bros.....

5200

Wilson. 4401 46 35 Columbiat 1901 Glasgow...... D. & W. Henderson.. 8900

503 56 NEW YORK AND LONDON, Pier ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE. foot W. Houston St.

(Office, 1 Broadway.)

ESTABLISHED 1892. Marquette. 1898 Glasgow ..... A. Stephen & Sons.... 4536 7057 770

Gates 486.5 52.331.3 Menominee. 1897 Glasgow.. A. Stephen & Sons.. 4441 6919 770 Lucas. 475 52.331.3 Manitou.

1898 Hartlepool... Furness, Witley & Co 4384 6849 763 Cannons.. 475 52.2 31.1 Mesaba. 1898 Belfast.... Harland & Woiff. 4423 6833

772 Lowe. 482.1 52.2 31.6 Minneapolis. 1900 Belfast. Harland & Wolff. 8651 13401 1221 Layland. ... 600.7 65.5 39.7 Minnehaha.. 1900 Belfast... Harland & Wolff. 8647 13403l 12271 Robinson...J600.765,5 44 NEW YORK, QUEENSTOWN, AND CUNARD LINE.

ESTABLISHED 1840. LIVERPOOL, Pier foot Jane Śt. (Office, 29 Broadway.) Campania.. (1892 Fairfield.. Fairfield Co...

15000 12950 30000 * Walker.. 620 65.3 43 Lucania.. 1892 Fairfield.. Fairfield Co.

5000 12950 30000 * H. McKay... 620 65.343 Etruria..

1885 Fairfield. John Elder & Co... 3257 7718 14500 2500 A. McKay ..501.657. 238.2 Umbria..

1884 Fairfield. John Elder & Co... 3245 7718 14500 2500 Dutton.. 501.6 57.2 38. 2 A urania..

1883 Glasgow.... J. & G. Thomson... 4029 7268 8500 1500 King........ 470 157.2 37.2 NEW YORK AND HAVRE, Pier FRENCH LINE,

ESTABLISHED 1860. foot Morton St.

(Office, 32 Broadway.) La Touraine. 1890 St. Nazaire.. CieGleTransatlan'que 9778 12000 Fajolle.. 5361 55 38 La Gascogne. 1886 Toulon....... Soc. des Forges, etc.. 4158 7416 9000 Tournier 508 52 38 La Champagne.... 1886 St. Nazaire.. CieGleTransatlan'que 3906 7110 9000 Verlynde 508 51 38 La Bretagne. 1886 St. Nazaire.. CieGleTransatlan'que 3889 7010 9000 Alix..

508 51 38 L'Aquitaine. 1890'Glasgow

Fairfield S. B. Co..

10000 16000 Poncelet 520 58 38 La Lorraine....... 1899 St. Nazaire.. CieGleTransatlan'que 15000 22000

580 60 40 La Savoie........ 1900 St. Nazaire.. CieGleTransatlan'que 15000 22000

Poirot.......

580) 60 40 NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG, HAMBURG-AMERICAN SOUTHAMPTON, BOULOGNE, AND HAM

LINE.

ESTABLISHED 1847. BURG, Pier foot 1st St., Hoboken.

(Office, 37 Broadway.) Deutschland..... 1900 Stettin.......

Vulcan S. B. Co....

16000 37500 Albers.. 68626 67% 44 Fürst Bismarck. .. 1890 Stettin Vulcan S. B. Co.

8430 18000 2800 Barends.

520

58 40 Augusta Victoria. . 1889 Stettin Vulcan S. B. Co..

8470 15000 2500 Kaempff 520 lõ6 38 Columbia .. 1889 Birkenhead . Laird Bros..

7241 15000 Krech. 465 56 38 Pennsylvania .. 1897 Belfast. Harland & Wolff

13265 6000 Spliedt. 560 62 42 Pretoria.. 1897 Hamburg. Blohm & Voss..

13050 6000 Karlowa.

62 Graf Waldersee.... 1897 Hamburg. Blohm & Voss.

13080 6000 Kopff.. 565 62 Patricia....

1897 Stettin....... Vulcan S. B. Co.... 13273 6000 Leitbauser... 565 62 Palatia

1894 Stettin
Vulcan S. B. Co.....

6867 5500 Reessing. 460 52 Phænicia 1894 Hamburg.. Blohm & Voss...

6941 5500 Fröhlich. 460 52 32 Bulgaria, 1898 Hamburg.. Blohm & Voss.

10417 4000 Hahn. 501

62 3412 Belgravia. 1899 Hamburg.... Blohm & Voss.

10335 4000 Schrötter.... 501 162 35 Batavia. 1899 Hamburg.... Blohm & Voss..

10358 4000 Magin 501 62 35 Moltke 1901 Hamburg.... Blohm & Voss

12000 8000 Dempwolf. .. 550 62 42 Blücher.. 1901 Hamburg.... Blohm & Voss

12000 8000

550 162 142 NEW YORK, QUEENSTOWN, AND WHITE STAR LINE.

ESTABLISHED 1870. LIVERPOOL, Pier foot W. 11th St. (Office, 9 Broadway.) Teutonic..

(1889 Belfast Harland & Wolff. 4269 9984 16000/1875 McKinstry 585 571 Majestic..

1890 Belfast Harland & Wolff. 4269 9965 16000 1875 E. J. Smith. 585 57 42 Britannic.

1874 Belfast Harland & Wolff. 3152 5004 4590 890 Hayes... 465 45 Germanic.

1875 Belfast Harland & Wolff. 2991 5070 6500 765 Haddock ... 465 45 Cymric.

1898 Belfast Harland & Wolff, 8201 12647 6700 838 Thompson.. 600 64 Oceanic

1899 Belfast. Harland & Wolff. 691717274 27000 3014 Cameron.. 704 68 Celtic.....

1901 Belfast. ...... Harland & Wolff... 13449 20904 13000 2295 Lindsay.. 700 75 49 *26,500 registered. † Building when ALMANAC went to press.

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NEW YORK, BOULOGNE, AND ROT. HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE.
TERDAM, Piers foot 5th and 6th NETHERLANDS-AMERICAN LINE.
Sts., Hoboken.

(Office, 39 Broadway.)

ESTABLISHED 1874.

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NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHERBOURG, SOUTH-NORTH GERMAN LLOYD.

ESTABLISHED 1857. AMPTON, BREMEN, Pier (* See below).

(Office, 5 Broadway.) Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse. 1897 Stettin... Vulcan S. B: Co...... 5522 14350 28000

22 14350

Högemann.. 649 66 43 Kaiserin Maria Th. 1899 Stettin.. Vulcan S. B. Co...... 3769 7800 17000 Richter ... 546 52 37 Friedrich d. Grosse 1896 Stettin. Vulcan S. B. Co..

10500 7000 Eichel.

60 Königin Luise... 1896 Stettin. Vulcan S. B. Co..

10500 7000 Volger. 544 60 Barbarossa.. 1896 Hamburg.. Blohm & Voss.

10500 70001 Mentz

546 601 Bremen

1896 Dantzig
Schichau S. B. Co.

10500 8000 Nierich 544 60 35 H. H. Meier. 1892 Newcastle... Mitchell, A'strong Co. 5306 3800

481 48. 29 Grosser Kurfürst.. 1900 Dantzig F. Schichau..

12200 8000 Reimkasten. 58132 62 39 1899 Hamburg.... Blohm & Voss

10200 5000

1520 58 40 Main. 1900 Hamburg Blohn & Voss.

10200 5000

520 581 40 Kronprinz Wilhelm

1901 Stettin ....... Vulcan S. B. Co...... 15000 33000 Störmer ..... 663 66 43 Kaiser Wilhelm II...

Stettin. Vulcan S. B. Co...... 19500

Rhein......

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ESTABLISHED 1892.

NEW YORK AND GENOA, Pier | NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. (* See foot of page).

(Office, 5 Broadway.) Hohenzollern 1888 Stettin. Vulcan S. B. Co...... 4776 6990 6500 Aller.

1886 Glasgow..
Elder & Co...

2779 5381 7500
Trave..
1886 Glasgow Elder & Co.

2779 5831 7500 Lahn..

1887 Fairfield. ... Fairfield E. & S. B. Co. 2879 5581 88001

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ESTABLISHED 1873.

NEW YORK AND ANTWERP, Pier RED STAR LINE.

foot Fulton St., N. R. Friesland

1889 Glasgow J. & G. Thomson. 5023 6824 Southwark.

1893 Dumbarton.. W. Denny & Bros.. 5642 8607 Kensington. 1894 Glasgow

J. & G. Thomson. 5645 8669 Vaderland.... 1900 Glasgow... John Brown & Co..... 17490 11899 Zeeland

1901 Glasgow John Brown & Co. 751111905) Finland +

Philadelphia Wm, Cramp & Sons.. 1120001 Kroonlandt.

Philadelphia Wm. Cramp & Sons.. (120001

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NEW YORK, CHRISTIANIA, Co

SCANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN LINE. PENHAGEN, AND STETTIN,

ESTABLISHED 1879. Pier foot 41st St., Brooklyn.

(Office, 7 Broadway.) Alabama. 1899 Glasgow..... C. Connell & Co....... 28694454 353 Müller.

375 50 125 Alexandra. 1895 Renfrew.. .. Lobnitz & Co..

1646 2567 162 Thomsen 296 40 19.2 Arkansas. 1897 Copenhagen . Burmeister & Wain... 2351 3635 280 Petersen 329 45 21.5 Hekla. 1884 Greenock ... Scott & Co.....

2088 3225 432 Holst

330 41.929.9 Island. 1882 Copenhagen . Burmeister & Wain... 1786 2813 560 Skjödt

313 39.2 29.7 Kentucky

1897 Copenhagen. Burmeister & Wain... 2362 3648 280 Thidemann.. 329 45 21.4 Nicolai II. 1895 Renfrew. Lobnitz & Co...

1646 2567 162 Wulff.

296 40 19.8 Norge..

1881 Glasgow.. Stephen & Sons. 2121 3318 346 Gundel.. 340 40.8 25 Xenia. 1895 Renfrew... Lobnitz & Co...

1646! 2567 162 Kruse.

296 40 19.8

White Star Line, see preceding page.

WILSON LINE. Wilson her, fork Bethuhe St.: N. R.} (Office, 22 State St.)

ESTABLISHED 1840. Buffalo...... 1885 Newcastle. Palmers.

2909 4431 600 Loveridge 385 46 28 Ohio

1880 Dumbarton .. A. McMillan & Sons. . 2557 3967 450 Branton. 360 43 25 Colorado 1887 Hull... Earles......

2787 4220 600 Whitton 370 45 28 Martello 1884 Hull.. Earles.

2424 3709 550 Jenkins 370 43 28 Idaho. 1897 Wallsend Swan & Hunter. 4000 60001

470 50 42 Ontario 1881 Dumbarton.. McMillan.

2634 4008

339 Bingham.. 360 43 24 Consuelo ..... 1900 Wallsend Swan & Hunter. 3970 6030

Watson.

462 52 31 Toronto 1900 Hartlepool .. Wm. Gray & Co. 3949 6035

Jones.

455 52 31 * Steamships “Kronprioz Wilhelm," " Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse,” and “ Kaiserin Maria Theresia” land at Pier 52, N. R., foot of Gansevoort Street, New York. All other steamers of the Bremen-New York service land at foot of Second Street, Hoboken, N.J. Steamships of the Mediterranean service (with exception of the “ Kaiserin Maria Theresia") land at Pier 24, foot of Amity Street, Brooklyn, + Building when ALMANAC went to pre88,

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Route.
Steamer. Line.

Date.

D. H. M. Queenstown to New York... Lucania..

Cunard
.Oct. 21-26, 1894..

7 New York to Queenstown... Lucania.

Cunard.......
Sept. 8-14, 1894.

8 Cherbourg to New York. ..Deutschland

Hamburg-Am.... Aug. 23-29, 1901

12 Southampton to New York. .Kaiser Wilh. d. Gr'se.. No. Germ. Lloyd .Mar. 30-Apr. 5, 1898. 5 20 New York to Southampton..Kaiser Wilh. d. Gr'se..No. Germ. Lloyd .Nov. 23-29, 1897.

17 Havre to New York ... .. La Savoie....

French ........... Aug. 31-Sept. 6, 1901. 6 11 New York to Havre..

La Savoie.

French
.Nov. 14-21, 1901..

11 New York to Cherbourg Kaiser Wilh.d. Gr'se. No. Germ. Lloyd.Jan. 4-10, 1900

16 New York to Plymouth. Deutschland

.Hamburg-Am...Sept. 5-10, 1900..

7 Plymouth to New York...... Deutschland

Hamburg-Am. ..July 7-12, 1900.... 15 46

BEST RECORDS OF OTHER LINES. Line,

Route.

Steamer.

Date.

D. H. M. American.... Queenstown to New York..... Paris

Oct. 14-19, 1892.. 5 14 24 .Southampton to New York. ..St. Paul.. Aug. 8-14, 1896

6 0 31 New York to Southampton...St. Louis. .Sept. 1-8, 1897.

6 10 14 Hamburg-American ..New York to Southampton...Fürst Bismarck.Oct. 20-27, 1898.. 6

15 Guion.

New York to Queenstown ....Alaska. Sept. 12-19, 1882.. 6 18 37
Queenstown to New York. ..Alaska.

Sept. 16-22, 1883. 6 21 40 White Star,

New York to Queenstown, ... Teutonic. .......Oct. 21-27, 1891.. 5 21 3

Queenstown to New York. .... Teutonic .....Aug. 13-19, 1891. 5 16 31 Anchor

Glasgow to New York. City of Rome. ..Aug. 18-24, 1886. 6 20 35

New York to Glasgow. City of Rome. ..Aug. 13-19, 1885. 6 18 25 Red Star. New York to Antwerp. .Friesland ..... August, 1894.

8 22 13 Approximate Distances: Sandy Hook (Lightship), New York, to Queenstown (Roche's Point), 2,800 miles; to Plymouth (Eddystone), 2.962 miles; to Southampton (The Needles), 3,100 miles; to Havre, 3,170 miles; to Cherbourg (The Mole),

3,184 knots. The fastest day's run was made by the Deutschland, of the Hamburg-American line, July-August, 1901-601 knots, or 24.19 knots per hour.

THE RECORD-BREAKERS IN THIRTY-FIVE YEARS. The following is the succession of steamships which have broken the record since 1866, with their running time. The route in all cases was that between New York and Queenstown, east or west. Date. Steamer. D. H. M. Date.

Steamer.

D. H. M. 1856.

9 1 45 1885.

.Etruria.

5 31 1866. Scotia

8 2

1887.
..Umbria.

4 42 1869. City of Brussels 7 22 3 1888

.Etruria.

1 55 1873. Baltic.. 7 20 9 1889

.City of Paris

19 18 1875. .City of Berlin. 7 15 48 1891.

Majestic

18 8 1876. .Germanic 11 37 1891 .Teutonic.

16 31 1877. Britannic.. 10 53 1892. .City of Paris..

15 58 1880. Arizona

7
23 1892.
City of Paris

14 24 1882. Alaska..... 6 18 37 1893.

Campania.

12
1884.
.Oregon

6
11
9 1894.
Lucania........

7 23 1884 . America

6 10 American sailing ship A. G. Ropes arrived off Sandy Hook March 21, 1898, in 19 days from Liverpool, Eng., having made the trip from Cape Clear (Irish coast) to Sandy Hook (2,700 knots) in 17 days, an average of nearly 160 knots a day. Most transatlantic records of sailing vessels are from New York to Liverpool or Queenstown. There is no record on file froin Liverpool to New York, excepting that of the Young America, which made the trip to Liverpool in 18 days and came back in 23 days. The famous Dreadnaught once sailed to Liverpool from New York in 13 days 8 hours, and the Red Jacket in 13 days 11 hours 25 minutes.

Persia ...

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Funnel Marks and Night Signals of Transatlantic Lines

French .....

LINES.
Funnel Marks.

Night Signals.
American
Black, white band, black top..

Blue light forward, red light amidships,

and blue light aft. Anchor... Black,

White lantern, then a red. Bristol

Black, white band in centre, blue star in Red-green light.

centre of white band. Cunard. Red, with black rings and black top. Blue light and two roman candles, each

throwing out six blue balls. Red, with black top...

Blue light forward, white light amidships,

and red light aft. Hamburg-Amer. Express service, buff; regular, black...... Two red-white-blue lights, in quick suc

cession, at stern. Netherlands-Am. Black,white band, with green borders.... Three red lights forward, aft, and amid

ships, at same time. Nor. Ger. Lloyd.. Cream

Two blue-red lights, one forward, one aft. Red Star.. Black, white band, black top....... Three red lights, one forward, one aft.

and one amidships, simultaneously, Scandinav.-Amer Yellow, with white band and blue star, One white-red, followed by one red-white and black top.

light. White Star.. Cream, with black top.

Two green lights simultaneously.
Wilson...
Red, with black top...

Two red lights, about 60 feet apart.
House Flags of Transatlantic Lines.
LINES.
Flags.

Flags. American... White, with blue spreadeagle in Netherl'nds -Am Green, white and green, N. A. S. centre.

M.in black letters in the white. Anchor..

White swallowtail flag, with red North Ger. Lloyd Key and anchor crossed in centre anchor.

of a laurel wreath, in blue on Cunard Red flag, golden lion in centre.

a white field. French.

White flag, red ball in corner, Red Star... White swallowtail flag, red star. with company's name.

Scandinav.-Amer White, with seven-pointed blue Hamburg-Amer. White and blue filag, diagonally

star. quartered, with a black anchor White Star....... Red swallowtail flag, containing and yellow shield in centre,

white sta bearing the letters H.AP.A.G.||Wilson

White pen't, red ball in centre,

LINES.

Railroad Statistics.

MILEAGE, ASSETS, LIABILITIES, EARNINGS, EXPENDITURES, AND TRAFFIC OF SUR

FACE STEAM RAILROADS IN THE UNITED STATES. This table was compiled from “Poor's Manual of Railroads of the United States for 1901.”

Total .....

Mileage of Railroads...

192, 161.93 Miles of Railroad Operated......... 191,861.96 Second Tracks and Sidings..

65, 691.29
Passenger Train Mileage........

373, 226,581 Freight

513,667,388 Total Track

257,853. 22
Mixed

20,702,172 Steel Rails in Track..

239, 629.13 Iron Rails in Track. 18, 224.09

907.596.141 Locomotive Engines, Number... 38,065 Passengers Carried...............

584,695,935 Cars, Passenger.... 26,786 Passenger Mileage..

16, 313, 284,471 Baggage, Mail, etc........... 8,209 Tons of Freight Moved....

1,071, 431,919 Freight 1,350, 258 Freight Mileage..

141, 162, 109, 413 Total Cars ...

1,385,253 Passengers ...

Traffic Earnings.

$331,402,816 Freight

1,052,835, 811 Liabilities. Miscellaneous....

117,456, 751 Capital Stock..

$5,804,346, 250 Bonded Debt..

5,758,592, 754 Total Traffic Revenue..... $1,501,695,378 Unfunded Debt..... 328,963,335 Net Earnings....

$483, 247,526 Current Accounts..

422, 262,823 Receipts from Other Sources.... 67, 772,934 Sinking and Other Funds..

114, 800, 860

Total Available Revenue.......... $551,020,460 Total Liabilities.. $12,428,966,022

Payments.
Interest on Bonds.

$214,199,502 Assets. Cost of Railroad and Equipment. $10,484,42000 Miscellaneous...

Other Interest..

6,315,028 Dividends on Stock ..........

119,288,879 Other Investments..

46, 153, 433 Sundry Assets 328,994,626 Rentals-Interest..........

30, 248, 304 Current Accounts........

188,992, 213
Dividends...

21,054, 774 Miscellaneous.

21, 200, 651 Total Assets ............

$12,768,910,837
Total Payments...

$458,460,571 Excess of Assets over Liabilities..... $339, 944,815 Surplus.......

$92,559,889

COMPARATIVE STATISTICS OF RAILROADS IN THE UNITED STATES, 1890-1900,

Miles
YEAR.

Capital Stock. Bonded Debt. Gross Earnings. Net Earnmgs. Interest Paid
Operated.

DividendsPaid. 1890. 163,420 $4,640, 239,578 85, 105,902,025 $1.097,847,428 $343,921,318 $229,101,144 $83,863,632 1891. 164,324 4,809, 176,651 5,235,295, 074 1,138,024, 459 356,209,880 231,259,810 90,719,757 1892. 170,668 4,920,555, 225 5,463, 611, 204 1,204,915,204 358,638,520 232,569,089 95,662,412 1893.173,433 5,080,032,904 5,570, 292, 613 1,222, 618, 290 364,591, 109 239, 616,284 95,337,681 1894. 175,508 5,075,629,070 5,665, 734,249 1,080,305, 015 322,539,276 237,620,367 85,278,669 1895. 179, 887 5,231,373,852 5,712,052,517 1,105, 284,267 327,505, 716 242,943,243 83,175, 774 1896. 180, 891 5,290, 730,567 5,426,074,969 1,125,632,025 332,333, 756 242, 415,494 81,364,854 1897. 181, 133 5,453, 782,046 5,411,058,525 1, 132,866, 626 338, 170, 195 231,046,819 82,630,989 1898. 184, 194 5.581,522,858 5,635, 363,594 1,249, 558,724 389, 666, 474 237, 133,099 94,937,526 1899. 186,280 5.742, 181, 181 5,644,858,027 1.336.096,379 423,941, 689 239.178,913 109,032,252 1900. 191,511 5,804,346, 250 5,758,592,754 1,501,695,3781 483, 247,526244, 447,806 140,343,653

SUMMARY OF RAILWAY MILEACE IN THE UNITED STATES.

(From Statistical Report of the Interstate Commerce Commission.)

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* On basis of 2,970, 038 square miles, which covers “land surface" only, and excludes Alaska.

+ On basis of 75,994,575, population of United States in 1900, excluding Alaska and persons in the military and naval service stationed abroad.

| Excludes 21, 80 miles in Alaska.

Principal Railroad Systems of United States and Canada

WITH A SYNOPSIS OF LAST ANNUAL REPORT OF INCOME AND EXPENDITURE AS

SUBMITTED TO "THE WORLD ALMANAC'' BY THE RAILROAD COMPANIES.

SYSTEMS, LOCATION, AND

FINANCIAL DATA.

Divisions, Mileage, and Operating

Express.

General Officers.

Atchison, Topeka and
Santa Fe

Railway.
“Santa Fe Route."
(Illinois, Iowa, Missouri,

President, E. P. Ripley, Chicago, Kansas, Nebraska, Color: Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Ry.,

Ill. ; 1st Vice-President, E. D. ado, Indian Territory, Tex- 4,818.08 m.;ğulf, Colorado and Santa Kenna, Chicago, Ill. ; 2d Viceas, New Mexico, Arizona, Fe Ry., 1177.81 m.; Southern Cali- President. Paul Morton, Chicago, California, Oklahoma. ) fornia Ry., 487.37 m.; Santa Fé Pa

Ill. ; 3d Vice-President, J. W. For year ending June 30, 1901. cific R.R., 887.99 m.; San Francisco Kendrick, Chicago, Ill. ; General Total earnings......$54,474,822 and San Joaquin Valley R. R., Manager, H.U. Mudge, Topeka, Operating expenses 32,262,945 372.48 m.; Southern Kansas Ry.of Kan.; Secretary, E. Wilder, ToNetearnings.. $22.211,817 Texas, 129 m.; Kansa3 Southwest- peka, Kan.

General Offices, Other income.

332,557
ern Ry.,60 m. Total mileage,7,932.73. Chicago, Ill., and Topeka, Kan.;

New York Offices, 59
EXPRESS Co.-Wells, Fargo & Co.

Cedar Total net income. $22,544,434

Street, 377 Broadway.
Total payments...... 10.069,905
Balance...

$12,474,529 Dividends, etc.... 12,240,753 Surplus..

$233,776

Atlantic Coast Line.

Norfolk-Rocky Mount, 116 m.; Ply(Virginia, North Carolina, mouth and Washington Brs., 79 m.; South Carolina. )

Sumte Br., 121 m.; Wadesboro and President, W. G. Elliott; 1st ViceFor year ending June 30, 1901. Gibson Brs., 138 m.; Augusta and President, H. Walters; 2d ViceTotal earnings.. $7,881,553 Pregnalls Brs., 179 m.; Northwest President, Alex. Hamilton, Operating expenses. 4.976,829 R. R. of S. C., 68 m.; Rich., Wil. Petersburg, Va. ; 3d Vice-Presi. Net earnings..

dent, C. S. Gadsden, Charleston, -$2,904,724

and Charleston, 614 m.; Newbern

Wilmington, 91 m.; Weldon-Kins- S. C.; General Manager, J. R. Fixed charges not reported

ton, 86 m.; Sanford Div., 118 m.; Kenly; Traffic Manager, T. M. when ALMANAC went to

Smithfield 'Line, 23 m.; branch Emerson. General Offices, Wilpress.

lines, 208 m. Total mileage, 1,767 mington, N.C.: New York Offices,
Charleston and Western Carolina 353, 1161 Broadway.
Ry., 339 m.
EXPRESS CO.-Southern.

Baltimore & Ohio R. R. (New Jersey, Pennsylvania,

Delaware, Maryland, Dis-Ney York Division, 5.30 m.; Philatrict of Columbia, Virginia, delphia Division' and Branches, Chairman of Board, Wm. Salomon,

New 129.42 m.; Main Line and Branches, West Virginia, Ohio, Il

York; President, L. F.

Loree: Ist Vice-President, Oscar linois.)

949.98 m.; Pittsburgh Division and For year ending June 30, 1901 Branches, 403.08 m.;Ohio River Di

G. Murray; General Manager, G. Total earnings..

L. Potter; Manager Passenger $47,114,430

vision and Branches, 323 m.; MidOperating expenses 31,046,230

dle and Northwestern Division, Traffic, D. B. Martin; Manager Net earnings. 790.19 m. Total mileage, 2,600.97.

Freight Traffic, C. S. Wight; $16,068,200

Secretary, C.W. Woolford. Other income.

856,793
EXPRESS Co. -United States.

General Offices, Baltimore, Md.;
Total net income. $16.924,993 This road is now controlled by Penn- New York Office, 2 Wall Street.
Interest, rents, etc. 15,536,008 sylvania R. R.
Surplus..

$1,388,985 Baltimore and Ohio Main Line, Parkersburg, W: Vai to President, L. F. Loree; Vice-PresiSouthwestern R. R. St. Louis, Mo., 537 m.; Marietta

dent, E. R. Bacon, New York; [West Virginia, Ohio, Indi- Div., 14 m.; Hillsboro Div., 21 m.;

Vice-President and General Mana ana, Kentucky, Illinois, Bedford Br., 11.3 m.; Springfield

ager, W. M. Greene; Secretary, Missouri.] Div., 228 m.; Louisville Div.,58 m.;

George F. May, New York. Gen. Financial accounting in- Portsmouth Div., 56 m. Total mile

eral Offices, Cincinnati, O.; New cluded in Baltimore and

York Office, 2 Wall Street. Ohio R. R.

EXPRESS Co.-United States,

age, 925.3.

Bangor and Aroostook

Railroad. (Maine.)

Oldtown to Van Buren, Me., 221 m.; For year ending June 30, 1901.

$1,449,454 Total earnings...

Milo Junction to Greenville, 48.8
m.:

Asbland Br., 42.8 m.; Fort President, F. W. Cram;
Operating expenses 908,422
Fairfield Br., 13.2 m.; Katahdin

Vice

President, A. A. Burleigh. GenNet earnings. $541,032 Iron Works Br. , 13 m. ; Limestone Fixed charges and Br., 15.9 m.; Patten Br., 6.8 m.

eral Offices, Bangor, Me. taxes.

411,424

Total mileage, 361.5. Balance....... $129,608 EXPRESS Co.-American Betterments

80,000 Surplus.....

$49,608

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