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C. G. HUSSEY, Chairman. 



JAS. W. BROWN, Seo'y and Treaa. 



HUSSEY, HOWE & CO., Limited, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



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By Crucible and Open Hearth Processes. 



SELF-HARDENING AND 



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PRESENTED TO 



THE XjX:BRJ^'Et'Z 



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USIVEBSITY OF MICHICA]? 



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JL Will to CtJLlU. 

Plates, 

Crank Pins and other Special Forgings 



OFFICE AND WORKS: 




BRANCH WAREHOUSES! 

BOSTON, 1 27 Oliver St. NEW YORK, 3 Cliff St. 

rmrAnn ?nnr>n-'^in Lake st. 




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A. E. BATBUAN. 
R. O. MUftPHY. 

Xtiatin y. T. Stack Sgelm 



\ GREEN & BATEMAN, 
BANKERS, 

ASTOR BUILDING, 10 WALL STREET 



HffEl-W -sroMs.. 



Pi-lvate '^'ircM to Chicago, Htcliinond, ^'asililiigrtc 
Phlla<l*^lptala, Bo«tOD. and Intermecliate 
Point*!. 



BRANCH OFFICES CONNECTED BY PRIVATE WIRES: 

BATEMAN & CO Waahington, D. 

NEW YORK HOTEL, .... 721 Broadway, New Yo 

CASINO BUILDING Newport, & 

HOLLYWOOD COTTAGES, . Hollywood, Long Branch, New Jen 



Morton, Bliss & Co 

BANKERS, 

Corner Cedar and Nassau Sts., New York, 

ISSUE CIRCULAR NOTES & LETTERS of CRED: 

FOR TRAVELERS; 

ALSO COMMERCIAL CREDITS^ 

AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS OF TBE WORLD. 

Wmm FIKST-CIASS RAILWAY, CITY ni STATE IDA: 

MAKE TELEGRAPHIO TRANSFERS OF MONEY, 

AND DRAW EXOHANCC ON THE PRINCIPAL OITIER OF EUROPI 

MORTON, ROSE & CO., Londotv. 



ESTABLISHED 1782. 



pheniz l^smm Ooipany, 



HBE INSUBANGE ONLT. 



Losses Paid,OYer $79,000,000 

SHABEHOLDEBS INDIYIDUALLT LIABLE. 



Hetid Office in Vnited Stale*: 



67 Wall Street, New York. 

A. D. IRVING, Manager. E. B. CLARK, Ass't Manager. 

ILUI.ROAD PROPERTY IlffSURED. 

PHENIX INSURANCE CO. 

OF BROOKLYN. 

OFFICE, 

195 Broadway, New York City. 
STATEMENT OF COMPANY 1st DAY OF JAN., 1887: 

CASH CAPITAL |1,000,000 00 

Reserve for unearned premiums 3,466,886 97 

Boserve for unpaid losses 359,197 93 

Netsurplns 557,086 78 

Cash assets $5,383,171 08 



'9 

WM. R. CROWILL, Vice-President. 

CIORCK INCRAHAM, Second Vice-President. 
PHILANDER SHAW, Seoretaty. 

CEO. H. FISKB, Assistant Secretary. 



FRANKLIN 

Bank Note Company, 

142 Broadway, cor. Liberty St., New York. 



IPrOORPOXiAT*X:i> 1877. 



BONDS AND CERTIFICATES OF STOCK. 

ALSO 

BANK NOTES, BILLS OF EXCHANGE, DRAFTS, CHECKS, 

NOTES, PROPRIETORY STAMPS, LABELS, TAGS, 

BILL AND LETTER HEADS, 

DIPLOMAS AND CERTIFICATES OF MEMBERSHIP. 

Insurance PolicieSy Calendars, and Commercial 

Work of all kinds. 

RAILWAY TICKETS 

IN ALL VARIETIES. 
ALL WORK EXECUTED IN FIREPROOF PREMISES. 



A. CLAXTON CART, Mahacsb. 



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Vj^^k ' MANUFACTURERS OF O 





FENCE i V I m *T 1 1 *1 'J ^^'^^^ V 



Rope for Hoisting, for Incline Planes, etc. 




Galvanized Telegrraph Wire, Hard Drawn Copper Telegrrapli Wire. 

INSULATED ELECTRIC WIRE. 

New York Warehouse and Office, • 117 AND 119 LIBERTY STREET. 

H. L. SHIPPY, Manager. 



w. L-tTnouo. -^tEstablished 18681^ i. h. trdoux 

STROim & CO., 

104 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK, 

IiyiPORTERS:oF STEEL RAILS 

STEEL, IRON, TIN PLATES, METALS, ORES, OLD RAILS. AND EVERY 
DESCRIPTION OF IRON AND STEEL SCRAP. 



AGENTS FOR 

Chickles, Conewago, Huirkirk and Hartel Furnaces 



HIgh-Grade Foundry PIQ IRON ^^^^^ * Car-Wheel 

Also Kasfern and Canadian Afcent* for MeMrs. Davenport Sc Falrbalrn, 

Erte, Pa*y for the sale of tlielr celebrated 

CHILLED IRON CAR WHEELS, 

MADE BY AN IMPROVED PROCESS. FAR EXCEEDING IN DURABILITY THOSE 

MADE IN THE ORDINARY WAY. 






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CopYBioHT, 188!r, 
Bt POOR'S RAILROAD MANUAt* CO. 



BtirT Prlntlbg Houm, 
18 iaoob SXTti, New York. 



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mm M ME couFm 

78 to 86 Trinity riacCf New York, 



M\m mm 1795. Iicorptratel uler Laws of Sttte of New Tort 1858. Seomiliei 1879. 



Engravers and Printers 



OF 



BONDS AND STOCK CERTIFICATES, 

AND ALL OTU£B DOCUMENTS REQUIRING SECURITY, BANK 

NOTES, BONDS, POSTAGE AND REVENUE STAMPS FOR 

FOREIGIV GOVERNMENTS, DRAFTS, CHECKS, BILLS 

OF EXCHANGE, LETTER HEADS, ETC. 



ENGRAVING AND PRINTING 

Executed in the Finest and Most Artistic Style from Steel Plates, 
with Special Safegruards to prevent Counterfeiting:. Special Papers 
Manufactured Exclusively for use of the Company. 

SAFETY COLORS. SAFETY PAPERS. 

Work Executed in Fire-proof Buildings. 



RAILWAY PRINTING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS 

Bafliay Tickets, tm, FiHcn, ui ILniiiitei Sbow Carls, 

OF THE MOST APPBOVBD STTLBS. 
Nmnberedy I^ocal ail4 Coopon Tickets, of any Sixe, Pattern, Style ol Device, with Steel Plate Tints. 



lithogr^i>h:io & t yt>e PRiivrTiisrG 

Show Cards, Labels, Calendars. 
BLANK BOOKS OF EVEBY DESCBIJPTIOir. 



t 

JAMJES MACD0170U0H, PBinoEHT. 
A. D. SHVPARD, 



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W. M. SMILUB, y Viob-Pbisidxnts. 
J. T. BOBKRTSON, 

JOSEPH W. DBSXEL, P. C. LOUNSBURT, T. H. POHTE B, 

CHBI8T0PHER METER, O. H. 8TATNB», J. K. MTEB8. 

JOSEPH S. STOUT. 

THBO. H. FREBLAND, Sio. akd Tuab. 



THE STANDAED PAINT CO. 



MANXTFAOTUBUBS OF 



FIRE RESISTING, TW^3k^ A-CID AND 

WATER PROOF, '^^^^ ALKALI PROOF 

PAINTSiECOMPOUNDS. 

Paint for Preaerring Iron. Wood and Bfetala Irom Dvcaj. 

Paint for Preserring Piles and Crosi Tics, far superior to Creosote and modi cheaper. 

For PainUnK Car and Depot Roofs it has No Equal, egpediUty o» Tin, Wood or 

Canwu, stijctlr water and spark proot 
For Paintinr places irhere SnlphDrons Smoke destroys all other Paints and rots Iron 

and wood, this paint Is s PrescrratiTe, and arrests Dec^, especiallr under 

bridges and on car tops. 
For Painting Roofs of Locomotire Cabs, Smoke Stacks. Car Trucks and Csstit^s, 

to Preserve them against Rust, Alkalies and the Atmosphere. 
For Preserring Water TankSj ntakiog them tight, adding Eve times the life of a tank, 

bf having our Preservative Cost upon it. 
For Water Proofing Brick, Culverts, Tunnels and Sewers. 



THIS PAINT WILL HOT CBtCK, PEEL OR BUSTER. 

P. &B. PATENT IDEAL ROOFING. 



p. & B. Patent IDEAL ROOFINO— Can't be torn, anybody can laj it, has no amell, heat 

won't make it run, it wiU not rot and is pdeltlvelj weather proof. 
Our ROOFINO is classed by New York Board of Eire Underwriteia the same as TIN. 

NONE LIKE IT FOR CAR ROOFS AND DEPOTS. 



Wktef, Sdid kud Slkkli ?f oof I<ii\ing, 
SHEATHING AND WRAPPING PAPERS. 

Fqf Lining between Double Plan^ on Freight Cars. 
rXBB FKOM ODOX. 

m fsmw WW, pw Ye^K, 0. g. fi 

tXKD TOR DSBCXIFIITX OIBOnLAX, UKFIM AHS raiUMM. 



North Chicago BollingHill Co. 

JBaTABLiaHXD 1957. INCOBPOMATED 1869. 

Capital, $6,000,000 

Surplus, 2,600,000 

■ 
MANUFACTURERS OF 

Iron and Steel Nails, 

MERCHANT BAR, FISH PLATES, 

Pig Metal, Iron Rails, 

AKD 

BESSEMER STEEL RAILS. 

WorlLS at Chicago and Sonth Cbicago, III, and Milwanliee, Wis. 

PRESENT ANNUAL CAPACITY OF THESE WORKS : 

Ifail9 15,000 Oro88 Tana. 

Fiah riate9 16,000 ** *' 

Merchant Bar M,000 *• '* 

Big Metal 8^,000 '' *' 

Iron RaUa 110,000 *' " 

Steel Mail9 300,000 *' " 

Total— Groaa Tona 831,000 

This Company possesses facilities for the production of Iron and 
Steel of BEST QUALITY. 

New patterns of Rails or Special sizes of Merchant Iron will be 
made to order. 

OKKICES: 

17 letropolitan Bloct, Cliicaso, III. 151 Insurance Bloct, Kilwanlee, Wis. 

O. W. POTTER, President, Chicago. NATH'L THAYER, Vice-Pres., Boston. 

8. CLEMENT, Treasurer, Milwaukee. R. C. HANNAH, Secretary, Chicago. 



Tin 



CONTENTS. 



PAan 
Prafaee iLtoXLI 

1. Railroad (St«am) Offlclala 1 to 178 

2. Railroad Contractore 205 to 215 

8. Car Axle Manufacturers 217 to 219 

4. Car Builders 220 to 22 1 

5. Car Spring Manufaetnrers .... 222 

6. Car Wheel Manufacturers 223 to 224 

7. Locomotiye Builders 225 

8. Rail Mills 226 to 228 

9. Railroad (Street) Officials 231 to 201 

10. Lumber. Logging and Mining Railroads 262 to 271 

11. Special List of General Managers and General Superintendents. . . 272 to 281 

12. Special List of Chief Eogineers 388 to 286 

18. Special List of General Freight and Paasenger Agenu 287 to 298 

14. Special List of Master Mechanics 294 to 298 

15. Special List of Master Car Builders 299to800 

16. Special List of Master Car Painters 801 

17. Special List of Purchasing AgenU 302 to 806 

18. ^Associations of Railroad Officials and Railroad Employes 807 to 809 

19. Cttjand Town Index 810 to 816 

20. Foreign Railroads 817toS85 

m. OAoers of Sleeping and Parlor-Car Companies, Stoek-Car and filqiiipment 

Companies ; 886 to 887 

22. Officers of Express and Telegraph Companies 888to889 

28. Index to Railroad Officials 840 to 870 

24. Railroad Commissioners 871 to 872 

25. Bridge Builders 881 



For Corrections and Changes made while book 
was in press, see pink pages, 373 to 380. 




HINKLEY LOCOMOTIVE CO. 




BSTABIJ8HIIO IN 1841. 



office: 439 ALBANY STREET, BOSTON 



C, I^ FSI^WOTV, Treai 



EQUIPMENT 

—OF— 

Machine and Railway Shops. 



Mr propositions coTer Engines, Boilers, Cold Rolled Iron or Steel Shafting, 
AdjusUble Self-OiUng Hangen, CompresaiOD Couplings, Split or SoUd Pullers, Iron 
and Wood Working Hactinerf, Foundation Dnwlngs. Ererythlng delivered at the shops 
to be equipped, located, started, not to be accepted or paid for until running latisfactoritf. 
In thla wa; only can parties purchaEing know in advance Just what tbe entire cost will be, 
and keep out bills for " extras," which are usually numeroua at the end of such jobs. 

I have in this way equipped many r^way and car ahope, and I know of no instance In 
which eutiie satisfaction has not been given. 
Terms of payment made satisfactory. 



Eaitkbh AsniT : J. A. FAT A CO., CntcnniTi. 



X>X<.A.OEl, 



Ct- XI O XI Ct- EI 

Late the Oeo. PIkm If seh. Co., 

ISI ChiifniMr* St., New York. 





PALACE CAR COMPANY. 



GEHESAL OFFIGia, - FVLLMAV BUILDnrG, OOX. MIOHIGAir ATX. * A1IA1I8 ST., CHICAGO. 

HEW TO&K OFFICI, KILLS BUILDIHG. IS XXOAB STBEET, H£W TOBK. 

LONBOH OFFICl, ST. PABORAS 8TATI0H, MIDLAVD BAILWAT. 



G-SISTBRA-Ij OS^fTOBRS. 



0«>. M. Pdixxax, PrMldeBt. 
H. PoBTBB, Vlee-Frei^ N«w York. 
S. H. GooOMAir, id Vke>PrMid«nt 

(In chAige of eonstractloii.) 
A. 8. WnvtHxiMSB, SeereUry. 
Gio. F. Bboww, QmntnX XAoager. 



T. H. WiOKBt, Gen. Superintendent 
A. B. KniHAir, Aast to Gen. Snpt. 
Aij«n> Bmrn, Oenenl Connsel. 
C. H. Datib, Auditor. 
F. C. N. RoBBBTSOir, Aut. Anditor. 
Qmo, M. Gbat, Gen. Ticket Agent. 



W. L ICiLDBB, Awt Gen. Tkket Agt 
WiL 8. fiiALOwnr, Genertl Acent. 
Wx. A. Ahosll, PorchMlngTkgt 
8.W. Bbrkfield, Aist. PuchaslDg 

Afent, New York. 
J. F. Tbout, Commissary. 



X. A. Jiwm; Ohkaflo BlTldoB, 

€hieaco, DL 
Jambs SASTnr, Sontiiem Dhrlsion, 

ClBctauuili,0. 
W. H. Bbbd, Bssterm DiTteton, Mob- 

trMlfOuuidB. 



.H. 8. BnxanWfXrle Pivision, Mills 

BBlMiBg, nTT. 
L. M. BmBn, Fadflc Division, 

Omsks,Nek. 
BoBBBT Babbt. OfnIrmI IMviilon, 

PkUadelphtm, Pb. 



C. A. Gabobloh, 8t Lonis DlTision, 

St. Loals, Mo. 
J. P. Mbbham, Western Division, 

San Frandseo, Cal. 



A. L. Koiras, AtkuitB. Ga. 

J. W. Stooktoh, Boston, Mast. 

M. B. KimiBT, Cliicago, 111. 

P. N. Skivmbb, Ohleajfo, DL 

J. C. Gibbohs, Cincinnati, O. 

G. A. RAJfDAiXjDenTerJDoL 

H. J. CljlBXB, BI Paso, Tez. 

W. H. Diokhisoh, Galveetoo. Tex. 

H. H. Mabhadukb, J'ksonvilie, Fla. 



J. H. Son (PsoaiiTlvBBlA Depot), 



Jeivej Oitf , HL J. 
D. W. M 



oBBisoH (Brie Depot), Jer- 
sey City, N. J. 

~ "* Mo. 



sey uity, ». 4, 
E. N. TiBAMASTBB. KsBsas CiU, 
J. 8. GiTBV, Jr., LooisTlDe. Kj. 
JoBB H. BiLABcn, Montreal, Can. 
J. B. Tbiitbui, New Orleans, La. 



J. K. Bbubbtt. BnffalOi, N. T. 

Wx. Bdoab, City of Mexico. 

C. T. Patblabohb, Deming, N. M. *,, .... .«..' 

J. F. BkCBABDsoB, Horn*lsTille, N.T. { feies, CaL 



A. W. Bbpft, Las Vegas, N. M. 
P. J. SI.ATTBB, Toronto, Can. 

B. W. Prbscovt (Acting), Los Aa- 



W. H. Soorr, Omaka, Neb. 
J. B. CooLuxia, Ogden, Utah. 
BoTLB Ibwin, Phludelphia, Pa. 
W. P. Cbouoh, Pittsboivh, Pa. 
W. H. Boot, Portland, Or<|K>n. 
D. H. Mabttk, St. Lonis, Ho. 
F. E. RiOB, St. Paol, Minn. 
N. Maxv, WashingtOD, D. C. 



J. A. HnoHBs, Memphis, Tenn. 
T. E. KiNSST, Montgomenr, Ala. 
C. B. Tsmnant, Ri^mono, Va. 
HxNBT PoBTBB, SaTBBnah, Ga. 



PriTate Gars for Tonrists, Sportsmen, Tbeatrical People, etc. 

The Pullman's Palace Car Company has a number of elegant cars which they are 
prepared to charter for single trips or extended tours. Among these are : 

TLGTlBlZj OARSI FRBBIDENT, WEST END, BOSSMORB, TICEROT and others, with sleep- 
lag and dining fseilities for from twenty-fonr to thirty'Slx people. 

HTJlN^nriPrO CJknei IZAAK WALTON and DAVY CROCKETT are provided with kitchen 
•ad erery conrenlenoe for private or hunting parties, and accommodate ttom twelve to ftfteen people. They 
also have kennels for dogs and racks for guns. 



IS TRAVELER, RARITAN, KEARSARGE, PICKWICK. WAIVDERER, 
MASCOTTB, NIMROD, GLEN EYRE, FALCON, IDLBR, GENE8TA and others, socommodate fh>m twelve 
to eighteen people. They are well fitted for leading theatrical people, family parties and tonrists ; they are 

?roTided with private rooms, folding beds, observation rooms, and every comfort for parties wishing to l(ve in 
he car. 

This Company will ahK> fhmish the commissariat, if desired, and polite and skilfal attendants wil4 accom- 
pany the cars. The repatation of the Company is sufficient gnarantee that all appointments will be ftrat-class in 
erery partlenlar. 



FOB INFORMATION RBGARDINO PARLOR, BLEEPING, BUFFET, HOTEL OR 
SPECIAL OARS, OALL ON OR ADDRESS ANT OF THE SUPBBIHTE.^fI>iraT^^ 



J. C. BRILL COMPANY, 

3l8t and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, 




suir.z>s:Rs or 



Railway Gars and Street Cars. 



FASSENeEB CARS 

Small Freight, Cane 
HAND CARS. 





ESTABLISHED ISZO. 



's-otjutq « SONS, 



Manuraoturera of 



EDgineering Instruments, 

43 N. 7th STREET, PHILA. 



Inventors and Introducers of the Engineers' 
Transit. 

The only Establishment capable of securing 
Accuracy of Graduation. 

Illustrated Catalogue upon application. 



xn 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



A 

PAQB 

JBtna Powder Co Cliicago, III. 204 

Age of Steel (The) St. Louis, Mo. 191— 

Alabama Car Works ADniston, Ala. 88 

Albaoy Bridge and Iron Works Albany, N. Y. 166 

Albro,B. D.Co Cincinnati, O. 148 

Allison Manufkctaring Co PhiladelpUia, Pa. 26 

American Bank Note Co New York, N. Y. IV 

American Brake Co St. Lonis, Mo. 76 -^ 

American Journal of Railway Appliances New York, N. Y. 185 

American Manufacturer Pittsburgh, Pa. 188 

American Railway Publishing Co New York, N. Y. 185 

Atlanta Bridge and Axle Co Atlanta, Ga. 176 

Atlanta Lumber Co Atlanta, Ga. 104 

Atlantic Dynamite Co New York, N. Y. 206 

Atlantic Refining Co PhiladelphU, Pa. 106 

B 

Baldwin Locomotive Works Philadelphia, Pa. XIII 

Barney & Smith Manufacturing Co Dayton, O. XV 

Barrows & Co '. New York, N. Y. 208 

Bass Foundry and Machine Co Fort Wayne, Ind. 180 

Bass, J. H Chicago, 111. 182 

Baugh Steam Forge Co Detroit, Mich. 118 

Bement, Miles & Co Philadelphia, Pa. 12 

Boughton, J. W Philadelphia, Pa. 120 

Bouscaren, G Cincinnati, O. 218 

Boynton, George A New York, N. Y. 64 

Bradley Car Works Worcester, Mass. 40 

Bradley & Smith New York, N. Y. 10 

Bridgeport Brass Co Bridgeport, Conn. 96 

Brill, J. G. Co. (Philadelphia Car Works.) Philadelphia, Pa. XIII 

Brooks, Clarence & Co New York, N. Y. 10 

Brownell & Wight Car Co St. Louis, Mo. 288 - 

Burnham, Parry, WUliams & Co Philadelphia. Pa. XIJ 

Burton Lumber Co Baton Rouge, La. 64 

Bushnell, A Kansas City, Mo. 156 

C 

Cambria Iron Co Philadelphia, Pa. 4 

Carey, George H New York, N. Y . 21 4 

Carnegie Bros. & Co., Limited Pittsburgh, Pa. 102 

Carolina Oil and Creosote Co Wilmington, N. C. 160 

Chanute, Kansas City, Mo. 146 

Chattanooj^a Clay Works (Montague & Co. ) Chattanooga, Tenn. 146 

Chester Steel CastingCo Philadelphia, Pa. 18 

Chicago Splice Bar MiU (Morris Sellers & Co.) Chicago, 111. 2 

Chilton Manufacturing Co New York, N. Y. 124 

Cleveland Iron Ore Paint Co Cleveland, O. 60 

Cleveland Rolling MiU Co .. .Cleveland, O. 68 

Cleveland Stone Co Cleveland, O. 108 

Cleveland Wheel and Foundry Works (Maher & Brayton) Cleveland, O. XVII 

Coal Trade Journal New York, N. Y. 186 

Collins, H. E. &Co Pltteburffh, Pa. 68 

Colorado Coal and Iron Co South PueWo, Co). 54 

Conway, M. W Bv»3«\'^Ti.,^.^.'««S^ 



ESTABLISHED 1831. 



AWHUAL CAPACITY, 600. 



BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS, 




Bnniliai, Parry, Williams S Co., Prop'rs, PMladelpMa, Pa., 



MANUFACTURERS OT 



LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, 

Adiqxcd M ccerr varlslj of httIcs, nod built sccnnte]; to atudard gingee ud templawa. 

LIKE PAETS OF DIFFERENT ENGINES OF SAKE CLASS 
PEEFEOTLT INTEKOHAHflEABLE. 

FnKBger and Freight LocodioUtm, N«m>iT-piaKe LocomotlrnK, Mine LmoboUym, 

Coatractors' Loom oti red, LucoinotiTM Tor Iron Fornaces I'<»nrlnf 

Ballniads, Sugar Estate Bnllroadti, Rolling Mills, etc 



tbannnUj tcstnuu 



imtea fnrntsha] on ^)pl<(atian or Customen. All oorlt 



NOISELESS STEIIM MOTORS FDR CITY UNO SUBURBAN RMlWtVS. 




~- ..^«B8ii?*S««ta 



Id draw addlUoDal o 



i°;^°.|-^^,V IBURNHIUII, PARRT, WILLIAMS & CO., 



•tr. a. WlLLUBI, WILUO B. MomBOw. 



»Rr. i: Bmattmr, 



WuLUM L. Aunin. 



PHir^ADEHiPHXA.. 



xrv 
POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RY. OFFICIALS— ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 

PAGE 

Cooke Locomotive aod Machine Co Patercon, N. J. XXVII 

Coolidjje, W. G. & Co Chicago. 111. 212 

Cooper. Theodore New York, N. Y. 218 

Cooper, Hewitt & Co New York, N. Y. 90 

Craig, William P Now York. N. Y. 210 

D 

Dannat&Pell New York, N. Y. 156 

De Golyer Varnish Co Chicapro, III. 94 ^ 

de Intinis, L St. Louis, Mo. 21^*^ 

Delafield, Tallmadge New York, N. Y. 208 

Delano & Richardson New York, N. Y. 208 

Desha Lumber and Planting Co Boston, Mass. 64 

Detroit Bridge and Iron Works / Detroit, Mich. 160 

Detroit Car Wheel Co Detroit, Mich. 118 

Detroit Steel and Spring Works Detroit, Mich. 168 

Devoe, F. W. & €k) New York, N. Y. XXV 

Dickinson, P. P New York, N. Y. 212 

Dilworth, Porter & Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 68 

Dixie Powder Co Chattanooga, Tenn. 164 

Dodge, Meigs & Co New York, N. Y. 158 

Dreher & Co New York, N. Y. 228 

Drummond, M. J New York. N. Y. 214 

Dudgeon. Richard New York, N. Y. XXXI 

E 

Eames' Vacuum Brake Co Boston, Mass. XLII 

Eastern Forge Co Portland, Me. 124 

Engineering News Publishing Co New York. N. Y. 182 and 191 

Eppinger & Russell Brooklyn, N. Y. 14 

Erie Car Works Erie, Pa. 40 

Esson, John Detroit, Mich. 210 

Esterbrook Steel Pen Co New York, N. Y. 22 

Excelsior Foundry and Machine Works Birmingham, Ala. 164 

F 

Fay, J. A. & Co • Cincinnati, 0. 78 

FeigelCarCo New York, N. Y. 234 

Fidelity and Casualty Co New York, N. Y. Inside Back Cowr. 

Financial Review New York, N. Y. 198 

Financier (The) New York, N. Y. 194 

Franklin Bank Note Co New York, N. Y. II 

Fremont & Ryan Atlanta, Ga. 152 

French, S. A New York. N. Y. 22 

Fuller Bros. & Co New York, N. Y. 82 

Fulton Foundry Cleveland, 0. 244 

G 

Garry Iron Roofing Co Cleveland, O. 60 

Gaynor, E. J Pottsville, Pa. 215 

Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Co New York, N. Y. Ba^ Covtr. 

Gould, E. & Bberhardt Newark, N. J. XVII 

Graham, John R., Jr New York, N. Y. 156 

Greeley. E.S. & Co New York, N. Y. 34 

Green & Bateman New York, N. Y. Opposite Inside Front Cover. 

Greene, Tweed & Co New York, N. Y. XXXV 

Guthrie, Southwick Washington, D. C. XXXV 

H 

Haines Bros New York, N. Y. 240 

Hamilton, T. H Toledo, O. 212 

HarUn & Holllngsworth Co Wilmlnetat\^ WJv, 'JA. 

Hartwell, H. Edgar Co .^«^ ^^^'*^>^"^i^cc 

HaskeU & Barker Car Co «^\^^^^ "^"^^ \^^^" ^^ 

Hecla Powder Co. .^^^"i^e*..^.^- »*^ 



XVI 

POOR'S DIBBCTORY OP RY. OFnCIALS— ALPHABETICAL LIST OP ADVERTISERS. 

PAQS 

Heidt, Louis & Bros Brooklyn, N. Y. 114 

Hildrelh Varnish Co New York, N. Y. 166 

Hinkley Locomotive Co Boston, Masp. IX 

Horstmann Bros. & Co Philadelphia, Pa. XXV 

Humphreys & Sayce New York, N. Y. 203 

Hunter, Tilloteon & Co MuHkegon, Mich. 156 

Hussey, Hoyt & Co aeveland, O XXV 

Hussey, Howe & Co., Limited Pittsburgh, Pa. Inside FrotU Cover. 

1 

Indicator Publishing Co New York. N. Y. 192 

lugereoll Rock Drill Co New York. N. Y. 282 

Intinis, L. de St. Louis, Mo. 215 «— 

J 

Jackson & Sharp Co Wilmin^on, Del. 16 

Johnson Steel Street Rail Co Johi^town, Pa. Opposite Inside Back Cater. 

Johnston Railroad, Prog and Switch Co Philadelphia, Pa. 261 

Jones & Beuner Co Philadelphia, Pa. 170 

Jordan, F New York, N. Y. 203 

Joliet Steel Co Joliet, IlL 92 

K 

Knight & Bontecou Kansas City, Mo. 216 

Knoxville Car Wheel Co KnoxviUe, Tenn. 86 

L 

Laflin & Rand Powder Co New York, N. Y. 214 

Lancashire Insurance Co New York, N. Y. 110 

Leavitt. C. W. & Co New York, N. Y. 203 

Lebanon Manufacturing Co Lebanon, Pa. 128 

Lewis Hand Pire Extinguisher Co Chicago, 111. 98 

Litchfield Car and Machine Co Litchfield. 111. XXXIII 

Lucius, Albert New York. N. Y. 218 

Ludlow Valve Manufacturing Co Troy, N. Y. 20 

M 

MacCormack, J Albany, N. Y. 166 

Maher & Brayton Cleveland. O. XVII 

Maney, Thomas P. & Co Boston, Mass. 212 

Mann Bros Chicago, 111. 154 

Manufacturers* Record Co Baltimore, Md. 190 

Marlin Fire Arms Co New Haven, Conn. 100 

Mason, Gooch & Hoge Co Frankfort, Ky. 208 

Mason Machine Works Taunton, Mass. 84 

Massillon Bridge Co Massillon, O. 170 

McElroy, Samuel Brooklyn, N. Y. 216 

McLain, Louis Sanford. Pla. 216 

McManus, P West Philadelphia, Pa. 215 

Mengis, M. C New York, N. Y. 146 

Mercer Rubber Co Trenton, N. J. 108 

Metcalf , Paul & Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 168 

Metropolitan Foundry and Iron Works Louisville, Kv. 282 

Michijfan Car Co Detroit, Mich. 28 

Midvale Steel Co Philadelphia. Pa. XXI 

Millener, Joel H Buffalo. N. Y. 154 

Miller, McDonald & Co Fremont, Neb. 208 

Milmine, H. B. & Co Toledo, O. 242 

Minaham, D. P Springfield, O. 210 

Mississippi Glass (^ St. Louis, Mo. 114 "^ 

Missouri Car and Foundry Co St. Louis, Mo. 80 -^ 

Mitchell & Rowland Lumber Co Toledo, O. 104 

Monarch Palace Car Co New York, N. Y. 74 

Montague & Co Chattanooga, Tenn. 146 

Morse, Williams & Co .PXAVw^ji^'^^.^^- ^ 

Mortoo, Bliss & Co Ne^ YotV,^. X. 0^o«>U liviW* ¥t wx. ^w.^ • 



GOULD <ft EBEHHARDT 

. 97 to 111 N. J. R. R. &TB., near Hartet St. Station, PonKa. R, R,, Nevart, N. J, 




raUnt SnAPEBS. 

ov^n looo IN Tjtm. 

BiK*, 10- 15- ao- la* 30- 



EBEBHABDPS 
Patent Drill Press. 

Sliri. U- 30- 36- 4£- «B- W 



MAHER & BRAYTON, 



PROPRTETOSS. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

Cftr, EDgiiie, Tnick and Tender Wheels, 

Railroad, RolIiiiK-Mill and Machinei7 Cutinga. 

and Street Railroad Wheels 

and Turnouta. 



CHILLED-FACE RAILROAD PROGS. 



Office, 20 Carter St. 

foils : CORNER CARTER and GOLUNS STS., CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



XVIII 

POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RT. OFFICIALS— ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 

PAflB 

Mosler. Bowen & Co New York, N. Y. XXXV 

Motley. Thornton N New York, N. Y. 214 

Murphy & Co New York, N. Y. 176 

N 

National Car and Locomotive Bnilder . . New York, N. Y. 180 

National Car and Locomotive Builder " Supplement." New York, N. Y. 181 

Nef tel & Oothout New York. N. Y. 208 

New Jersey Steel and Iron Co Trenton, N. J. 90 

North Chicago Rolling Mill Co Chicago, 111. VI 

Northwestern Lumberman Chicago, 111. 187 

Nubian Iron Enamel Co Chicago, 111. 166 

O 

Off utt & Co New York, N. Y. 208 

Otis Iron and Steel Co Cleveland, 0. 108 

P 

Parrott Varnish Co Bridgeport, Conn. 94 

Pafisaic Rolling Mill Co Paterson, N. J. XXXIII 

Paul.C. B Brooklyn, N. Y. 176 

Penn Bridge Co Beaver Falls, Pa. 170 

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co Philadelphia, Pa. 110 

Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut Co I^ebanon, Pa. 162 

Pennsylvania Steel Co Philadelphia, Pa. Ing&rt, 129 

Pbenix Insurance Co . . New York, N. Y. I 

Philadelphia Car Works (J. G. Brill Co.) Philadelphia, Pa. XI 

Phoenix Assurance Co New York, N. Y. I 

Phcenix Iron Works Cleveland, 0. 162 

Phosphor Bronze Smelting Co \ Philadelphia, Pa. 18 

Pioneer Brass Works Indianapolis, Ind. 06 

Pittsburgh Bridge Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 160 

Pittsburgh Forge and Iron Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 58 

Place. George New York. N. Y. IX 

Plume and Atwood Manufacturing Co Waterbury, Conn. XXIX 

Pompton Steel and Iron Co Pompton, N. J. XXUI 

Poor, H. V. &H. W New York. N. Y. 48 and 202 

Poor & Greenough New York, N. Y. 50 

Poor's " Manual of Railroads" New York, N. Y. 8, 62. 195. 200 and 201 

Pope, Thomas J. & Bro New York. N. Y. 112 

Pratt & Whitney Ca) Hartford, Conn. 144 

Price & McGavock Topeka, Kan. 210 

Prichard, Henry S Philadelphia, Pa. 216 

Pugh& Russell New York, N. Y. 234 

Pullman's Palace Car Co Chicago, 111. X 

R 

Railroad Contractors* Bureau . , St. Louis, Mo. 215 

Railroad Gazette New York, N. Y. 179 

Railway Lighting and Heating Co Philadelphia, Pa. 78 

Railway News Co New York, N. Y. 183 

Railway Teleflrraph and Telephone Co New York, N. Y. 136 

Railway World Publishing Co Philadelphia, Pa. 184 

Rand, McNally & Co Chicago, 111. 46 

Rathborne, Joseph & Co Chicago. 111. 158 

Rendle, Arthur E. . . New York. N. Y. 116 

Review Publishing Co New York, N. Y. 198 

Rhode Island Locomotive Works Providence, R. I. 84 

Roebling, John A. Sons* Co Trenton, N. J., and New York, N. Y. Ill 

Rogers' Locomotive and Machine Works Paterson, N.J. 80 

Ross & Sanford Jersey City, N. J. 208 

Royal Fire Insurance Co New York, N. Y. 52 

Rutherford & Barclay Pliiladelphia, Pa. 32 

Ryan, James J Philadelphia, Pa. 216 

S 

Batterlee, Bost wick & Martin New Y<vc^>^ .^ , "^H. 

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POOR'S DIRECTOBT OP BY. OPPICIALS— ALPHABETICAL LIST OF ADVEBTISEBS. 

PAQK 

Saxton, J. C New York, N. Y. 214 

SchenecUd/ Locomotive Works Schenectady, N. Y. 82 

Schneider, C. C New York, N. Y. 218 

Scranton Steel Co Scranton, Pa. 188 

Searles, William H Cleveland, O. 218 

Sellers, Morris & Co Chicago, 111. 2 

Sellers, William & Co Philadelphia. Pa. VII 

Shaw, Edward S Boston, Mass. 216 

Shipman & Bohlen Newark, N. J. 70 

Shoenberger & Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 186 

Snead&Bibb Louisville, Ky. 282 

Solid Steel Co Alliance, O. 144 

Solomon's, B. L. Sons New York, N. Y. 66 

Sooysmith & Co New York, N. Y. 212 

Southern Car Works Knoxville. Tenn. 86 

Standard Car Heating and Ventilating Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 56 

Standard Gas Lamp Co Philadelphia, Pa. 6 

Standard Paint Co New York, N. Y. V 

Standard Steel Works (The) Philadelphia, Pa. XXI 

Standard Underground Cable Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 184 

Stark Nut-Lock Co St. Louis, Mo. 112^ 

Stephenson, John Co., Limited. New York, N. Y. 280 

Sterling Steel Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 168 

Stoner & McClure Pittsburgh, Pa. 152 

Street Railway Journal New York. N. Y. 185 

Stroud & Co NewYork, N. Y. Ill 

T 

Taunton Locomotive Manufacturing Co Taunton, Mass. 86 

Tierney, Myles New York, N. Y. 210 

Tiffany Refrigerator Car Co Chicago, 111. 86 

Tradesman Publishing Co Chattanooga, Tenn. 189 

Travellers' Life and Accident Insurance Co Hartford, Conn. 142 

U 

Uhle,JohnB Philadelphia, Pa. XXXV 

Union Steel Co Chicago, 111. 2 

Union Switch and Signal Co Pittsburgh, Pa. 186 

United States Rolling Stock Co New York, N. Y. 20 

V 

Vanderbilt & Hopkins New York, N. Y. 158 

Von Rofienberg, Leo NewYork. N. Y. 218 

Voae. Richard '. :.. .New York. N. Y. 298 

Vulcanized Fibre Co New York, N. Y. 88 

W 

Wales Manufacturing Co Syracuse, N. Y. 232 

Wallis Iron Works Jersey City. N. J. 170 

Way. Rhodes & Blankley Philadelphia, Pa. 236 

Weir Frog Co Cincinnati,©. 176 

Western Forge and Rolling Mills St. Louis, Mo. 92-^ 

Westinghouse Air-Brake (Jo Pittsburgh, Pa. XLIII 

Wetmore, A. B NewYork, N. Y. 158 

Wharton. William, Jr. & Co Philadelphia, Pa. 284 

Whidden, Hill & Co Boston, Mass. 210 

White, E. D. &Co Brooklyn, N. Y. 176 

White Si Raeder New York, N. Y. 216 

Whitney. A. & Sons Philadelphia, Pa. XXVII 

Wickes Refrigerator Co Chicago, III. 172 

Williamson & Cassedy Philadelphia, Pa. 214 

Wood, R.D. &Co Philadelphia, Pa. 22 

Y 

Young & Sons .W^'bSkj^^s$«^2b»^^^ "*^ 



The Standard Steel Works. 

Locojnotiie and Car Wbeel 

TIRES 

HuinfaclDi«d trom 

OTIS STEEL. 




& Co., 133 dnliiil 

I) bbidtAHubhiit. LouiiYi 

pruTT ± Co., New Yerk Cily. 
I L. LlACH, Boalon. 




xxn 



CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAQI 

Accident Insurance Cos. 

Fidelity A Casualty To., New York City, /n. Bk. Cov. 
Travellen' Insaranco Co., Hartford, CoQn 142 

Anti-Friction Metal. 

Jordan, F., New York, N. Y 808 

Air Brakes. 

American Brake Co., St. Loalt, Mo 78 

Bamea Vacaum Brake Co.. Boston, Maas XLII 

Weatinghoase Alr-Brake Co., Pituburgh, ra..XLIlI 

Air Compressors. 

Ingersoll Rock Drill Co., New York City 282 

Angle and Tee Iron. 

Carnegie Bros. A Co. (Lim.), Pittahnrgh, Pa.... 108 
New Jeraey Steel and Iron Co., Trentoa, N. J. . 00 

Pasaaic Rolling Mill Co.. Paterson, N. J XXIII 

Stroud A Co., New York City Ill 

Antimony. 

Pope^ T.J. ABro., New York, N. Y 112 

Anvils. 

Clieeter Steel Castings Co.. Philadelphia, Pft 18 

Midrale Steel Co., Philadelphia, PA XIX 

Automatic Brakes. 

American Brake Co . St. Louis, Mo 78 

Baraea Vacnam Brake Co.. Boston, Mass . . . .XLII 
WeeUoghouse Air-Bmke Co., Plttsbnigh, Pa.XLIlI 

Axles. 

Alabama Car Works, Annlaton, Ala 88 

Bass Foundry and Machine Co.. Ft. Wayne, Ind. 180 

Bangh Steam F6rge Co., Detroit, Mich 118 

Cambria Iron Co., Johnstown, Pa 4 

Eastern Forge Co.. Portland, Me 124 

Excelsior Pdy. AMach Works. Birmingham Ala. 164 
Harlan & Hoillngsworth Co. Wilmington, Del.. 21 
Hussej, Howe A Co., Pittsburg, Pa. In. FroiU Cov. 

Michigan Car. Co., Detroit, Mlcb 28 

Midvale Steel Co.. Philadelphia, Pa XXI 

Otis Iron and Steel Co., Cleveland. 186 

PfnnmyWania Steel Co.. Sieelton. Pa. ...Insert, IW 

SUndard Steel Works, Philadelphia. Pa XIX 

Whitney, A A. Sons, PhiladelphU, Pa XXVII 

Badges. 

French, S. a.. New York, N. Y 22 

Horstmann Bros. A Co., Philadelphia, Pa XXV 

Bankers. 

Green A Batoman. New York, N. Y. 0pp. In. Ft. Ow. 

Hussoy, Hoyt A Co., Cleveland, O XXXV 

Morton, Bliss A Co., New York, N. Y. 0pp. In. Ft. C. 
Poor A Qreenough, New York, N. Y CO 

Beams and Girders. 

Carnegie Bros. A Co., Pittsburgh, Pa 108 



PAOB 

New Jersey Steel A Iron Co., Trenton, N. J. . . 20 
PMsaic Rolling Mill Co., Paterson, N. J. . . XXXIII 

Belting. 

Mercer Rubber Co., Trenton, N. J 108 

Bismuth. 

Pope, T. J. A Bro., New York, N. Y 112 

Blasting Batteries. 

Ingersoll Rock Drill Co., New York, N. Y 282 

Blasting Powder. 

JStoa Powder Oo., Chicago, 111 204 

Atlantic Dynamite Co., New York, N. Y 206 

Dixie Powder Co., Chatuoooga, Tcnn 164 

Hecla Powder Cow, New York, N. Y 204 

Boiler Feeder. 

Sellers, William A Co., PhUadelphU, Pa VII 

Boiler Plate. 

Cleveland Rolling Mill Co. , Cleveland .0 68 

Hussey, Howe A Co., Pittsburgh. Pa. In. Front Cov. 

Otla Iron and Steel Co., Cleveland, 166 

Sboenberger A Co., Pittaburgh, Pa 186 

Stroud A Co., New York. N.T lU 

Boilers. 

Baas Foundry and Machine Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 180 

Boiler Tubes. 

Allison Mannflicturlng Co., Philadelphia, Pa. . . . 26 

Bolts. 

Allison Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, Pa. ... 26 

Drummond, M. J., New York, N. Y. 214 

Fuller Bros. A Co., New York. N. Y 82 

Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut Co., Lebanon. Pa. . . 162 
Pituburgh Forge and Iron Co., Pituburgh, Pa. . 68 

Brake Pipe. 

Mercer Rubber Ca, Trenton, N. J 108 

Brakes (Railroad.) 

American Brake Co., St. LouIp. Mo 76 

Barnes Vacuum Brake Co., Boston. Maes XLII 

Weatinghoase Alr-Brake Co., Pituburgh, Pa.XLIlI 

Brass (Sheet). 

Plume A Atwood Mfg. Co.. Waterbnry, Conn.XXIX 
Pope, T. J. A Bro., New York, N. Y 112 

Brass Founders. 

Phosphor Bronse Smelting Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 18 

Pioneer Braas Works, Indianapolis, Ind 96 

Sellers, Morris A Co., Chicago, 111 8 

Brass Sbami.ess Tubing. 

Bridgeport Brass Co., Bridgeport., OmaBk Hfe 



STEEL ANDIRON CO., 

Pomptofif Passaic Co., N. J» 

MANUFACTURERS OF BEST REFINED 

CRUCIBLE CAST STEEL, 

(Steel Works Established i854>) 

AND 

Spiral Railway Car Springs, 

Of all descriptions. (Spring Works Established 1877.) 



E MANUFACTURERS OF 



Mm & Stevenson's Fateit Elliptic Spring 




This drawing represents the spring as it will stand under the empty 
car when correct weights are furnished us. The average load will deflect 
the spring so that its leaves will be parallel. We claim that the utmost 
limit of ease is reached by this construction. The inner leaves are scrolled 
the same as the main leaves of an ordinary Elliptic, but are not fastened to 
the end clips. Their only purpose is to insure vertical motion and security 
against side thrusts. This they do perfectly. They arc no heavier than is 
necessary to effect this, and are not relied upon for carrying capacity. 
These springs are furnished with any number of sections, or to carry any 
weight desired. 

"". E. LUDLUM, Sales Agent. JAMES LUDLUM, Prest. 



POOB'S DIHECTOBT OF BY. OFFICIALB— CLASSIFtBD LIST OP ADVEETISKR8. 



Bbidoe BniLDEss. 

AJbMij Bridgs and Iron Woiki AlbuT, N, T.. 16S 

AiluUBriibaaiu] AxlcCo., AUuU.Oi Vtt 

DelrollBrldgeaDdlron WoAi.l>elrolt,lllch... IK 

Hlmllton. T^ H., Tultdo, O SI* 

JoneBABeDnerCo., Pliimlelphl*,!** 110 

UKUormuk. J., AjWy, N. ¥ IM 

MuilLlon bridge Co., MutillOD.O .... 110 

NcwJeneTttUsuluidIroaCo.,Tr«iiIaii,M. J.... BO 
Psawic Kolling Ktl) Co., Pslenou, N. J... ZXXIII 

PenB BriOvv Co.. Beaver TtH*. P» 170 

PHWtmrgh Brtdjte Cu., Plldbarrfi, P» IM 

8ooy«iniili * Co., N«w York, N.? ill 

Waiinlron Worh.Jcnejr Citj. N. J 110 

Wetiern ^orge ud Kolilog MiUi, SL Lonli, Uo. M 



BoojtralUi A Co., New York, If. T... 

Bridge Timber. 

Mltcbell A RowJmd Lnmbcr Co., T 
eioaer A McClim, I'lLMliurgh, P>... 



BUTTOBB. 

FreDCi, a. A., Hem York. N. Y — 

UonmuDB Bros. » Co., PhltidelpbU. P> XXV 

Canr.ES. 

BUDdudOnderKRiDDdC>bl*Co.,Il.Y.C[lT.... lU 

Car Bba rings. 

Cbealer Sleel OXinga Co.. Phlliderphla. P*.... 18 

MTi«aur[ Cur and FoundrJ Co.. 81. Louie, Mo. .. M 

I-boepbor Bronis Hmclung Co., Phil*., Pk 18 

Pluniwr Bra-a Worki, IndTtnapolli, Ind M 

Sellcn, Hoitii £ Co., Cblrago lU * 

Car Brakes. 



CaS GORTAINB. 

Bolauon'i Bon*. B, L,, Svw York, If. Y . . . 
Cab Fixturkb. 

On«laj, E. B. A Co., Ktir York, IT. Y.... 

Car He-itkm. 



IT HoaL ud VsDi. Ca.,'kltob'ti, F>.'. U 



Lools, Ho... 



WedinehuBH Alr-Bnke Ho., PIHBbiir|li,'pi.'.XUlI 

Car Brake Sboeb, 

CbeUnfiUclCwtuin Co., PhllidolptaU, Pi tS 

Ramuo WboH ud^madn Co., Ruupo, H. T. . 
Solid WMl Co., AIUUCE, M 



Garb, Street. 

Brill. J. Q. Co., PhlladelphI*, P> 
brOHDcU 4 Wrighl C« Co. — ' 

Pagb A RdhcII, Mew lurk •DO UDicago XM 

Car Vbntilatihq AppARATrs. 

StududCat HmuA Vaut.Co., PltubDrgh,P*, H 
Car Washkb. 

Bndit; A BmlCb, Mow York, N. Y. 10 



Car BniLDBRS. 

AJibiDUt C*r Wa4«. Annlalon, AI* 

AmMn MuarKturlDg Co,. Pblladolpbla, Pa.... 
Biuner & Biultb Mfg. Co., Pblladalptala, pa 



h. Wk»„ BlrmlnghBin, 

Harlan & Uollintiworlli Co., Wllmlugion, 
Uukei A Barker Cu Co., Mliiblgau Cit; , 1 
JackwD A ittturp Co., WllmliunoD.Del... 
Lubuioa UinnraclanTig 
UtebAsldCuCHicb. C 
Mleblgar " -■•- "'—' 



•Diui Car and Fc 
amb Palace Car Co.,^ew York, I 

Pullman'! Palace Car Co., Cblcago, III 
BoaUMTD Cu Worka. KooiTllle, Tenn.. 
BtaptaeBaonCo., Jotanatni.) (Bt'i) N.Y 
Tlflan) Rcfrlgeralor Car Co., Cblcago, I 
U. S. Rolllnc btvck Co.. New York, N.l 
Wickoa lUtrlgeraior Co., Cbieago, LU... 



Lil_ehaeld,Ill...XXXm 
N. Y. 



lllinmwgriB Co.. 1 

Kuobor Co., TrBnlon, 1. _ _. 

ID Btwland IroD Co Pompton. N. J.. XXIII 



Ba» tdy. and Macb. V 

lUu, J, H., Cblcago, 11. UH 

CbeaieiHlwilCaaauEi Co., fbiladtlpbla. Pa.... 18 

DatTDltCar Wbsel Co., Detioli. HicQ IIB 

ULckion MTg. Co., Scranton, Pa. 
ItiDel*locFdv.BudMacu.Wk>.,Blim'gbaiii,Ala. IH 
Uarlan A Hollingewurlb Co., WiimiDgluD, Del.. M 

KDoivllJe CarHoMl Co., Knoxdlle, TeDD W 

LUcbfldd Car and Macb. Co., UtchBald, lU.XXXIU 
MaberiBrajloo, U— '— ' " """ 



_ , . M.C., New York, ij.y;;;;;:"".'.'.'.'.'.. 

Mlcblgan Cat Co. .Detroit, Mick 

. .. ^--idrj COy St. LoQla, Ma.. 

tk,N. Y 

•bUadclpbi*. Fa Xl 



MlMaDrlCarand^i 
Htroud It Co., Net 
Whltatr, A. « Bo 



XXY 



F. W. DEVOE & CO., 

Cor. Fulton and William Sts.. NEW YORK. 



(EST-A.BLISHEE) 1852.) 
MANUFACTURERS OF 



STANDARD COACH COLORS, 

STANDARD VARNISHES , 

STANDARD BRUSHES , 

As Used by all the Principal Railroads of the United States. 

ARTISTS' MATERIALS. MATHEMTAICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

ENGINEERING GOODS. 



Coffin, DEVOE & Co.. 1 76 Randolph St, Chicago. 



EST.A.BXiIIjECEID 1815. 







'J 

Fiftli and Cherry Sts.^ PhUadelphia, 

MANUFACTURERS OP 

BaOroadlim Siplies of eTerFDescriptioD. 

CAPS, BADGES, 

COLLAR EMBROIDERIES, LACES, 

BUTTONS, ETC., ETC., ETC. 

BUNTING FOR SIGNALS. 

CONDUCTORS' PUNCHES. 

8BNII FOR CATALOGUB. 

HORSTMANN BROS. & CO., Philadelphia. 



XXVI 



(POOR'S DIRBCTORT OF RT. OFFICIALS— CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



PAOS 

Solid Steel Co.. Alliance, 144 

Standard Steel Works, Philadelphia, Pa XIX 

Circular Saws. 

Pay, J. A. A Co., Cincinnati, 78 

Place, George, Machinery Co., New York, N.T.. 188 

CnriL Engineers. 

Boascaren^., Cincinnati, O 218 

Coolidge, W. G. A Co., Chicago, 111 2W 

Cooper, Theodore. New York, N. Y 218 

Dickenson. P. P., New York, N. Y 212 

Detroit Bridge and Iron Works. Detroit, Mich.. 100 
Johnston R. R. Frog and SwiUh Co., Phila., Pa. 261 

Knight & Bontecoa, Kansas City, Mo 216 

Lucius, Albert, New York, N. Y 218 

McElroy, Samuel, Brooklyn, N. Y 216 

McLaln, Louis, Sanford, Pla 216 

Neftcl &Oothout, New York, N. Y 208 

Prichard, Henry S.. Philadelphia, Pa 216 

Schneider, C. C.. New York, N. Y 218 

Searles, William H.. Cleveland, O 218 

Shaw, Edward S., Boston, Mass 216 

Sooysmith A Co., New York, N. Y 212 

Von Rosenberg, Leo, New York, N. Y 218 

Wharton, Willtam, Jr. A Co. (Lim.\ Phila , Pa.. 284 
White & Reader, New York and Chicago 216 

Coal. 

Colorado Coal and Iron Co., Denrer, Col. ...... M 

Colors. 

Chilton Manuf . Co., N. Y. and Boston 124 

Deroe. P. W. A Co., New York, N. Y XXV 

Commission Mekchants. 

Stroud A Co., New York, N. Y HI 

Conductors' Buttons. 

French, S. A., New York, N. Y 22 

Uorstmann Bros. A Co., i hlladelphia. Pa XXV 

Contractors. 

Albany Bridge and Iron Worka, Albany, N. Y... 166 

Conway, M. W. , Brooklyn, N.Y 208 

Coolidge, W. G. A Co., Chicago, III 2U 

Craig, William P., New York. N. Y 210 

Delano, P. M., New York, N. Y t08 

Dickinson. P. P., New York, N. Y 21i 

Eaaon, John. Detroit, Mich 210 

Gaynor, E. J., PottflTllle, Pa 215 

Haines Broa., New York, N. Y 940 

HamlltoB, T. H., Toledo, 212 

Johnaton R.R. Frog and Switch Co., Phila., Pa. 261 

MacCormack, J., Albany, N.Y 166 

Maney, Thomas F. A Co., Boston, Maaa 212 

Mason. Gooch A Hoge Co.. Frankfort, Ky 208 

McLain. Louls^anford, Fla 216 

McManna, P., Weat Philadelphia, Pa 215 

Mengis.M.C., New York, N;Y 146 

Miller, McDonald A Co., Fremont, Neb 208 

Minahan, D. F., Springfield, O . . . 210 

Neftel A Oothont, New York, N. Y 206 

Price A McGavock, Tojpcka, Kan 210 

Railroad Contractors' Bureaa. St. Lonia, Mo.... 215 

Richardson, Philip, New York, N. Y »;8 

Rose A Sanford, Jersey City, N. J 206 

Ryan, Jamea J., Philadelphia, Pa 216 

Saulpaugh, T. A Co., MinneapoUa. Minn 212 

Sooysralih A Co., New York. N. Y 212 

Tiemey.M) lea. New York, N. Y 210 

Way. Rhodes A Blankley, Philadelphia, Pa 286 

Wharton, William, Jr. A Co. (Lim.), Phila.. Pa. . 2M 
Whidden, Hill & Co., Boston, Maaa 210 

Contractors* Machinery. 

Ingersoll Rock Drill Co., New York, N. Y 282 

Contractors' Supplies. 

Barrows A Co.H., New York, N.Y 208 

Carey, George, New York, N. Y 214 

Conway, M.^.. Brooklyn. N. Y 208 



PAOS 

Crate. William P.. New York. N. Y 210 

Delalleld, Tallmadge, New Yorlc. N. Y 203 

Dmmmond, M. J., New York, N. Y 214 

Humphreys A Sayce, New York ,N.Y 208 

Ingersoll Rock Drill Co.. New York, N. Y 282 

Jordan. F., New York, N. Y 208 

Laflin A Rand Powder Co., New York, N. Y. ... 214 

Learltt, C. W. A Co.. New York. N.Y 208 

Motley. Thornton N , New York, N. Y 214 

Offutt&Co.,NewYork,N Y 208 

Saxton, J. C, New York, N.Y 214 

Williamson A Caiaedy, Philadelphia, Pa 214 

Copper Ooods. 

Pope, T.J. ABio., New York, N. Y 112 

Copper Ingot. 

Pope, T. J. A Bro., New York, N. Y 112 

Copper Seamless Tubing. 

Br idgeport Brass Co. , Bridgeport, Cenn 90 

Copper Sheet. 

Pope, T. J. A Bro., New York, N. Y 112 

Cranes. 

Phosnix Iron Worka, Clereland, O 162 

Crank Pin Jacks. 

Dudgeon, Richard, New York, N. Y XXXI 

Creosotino. 

Carolina Oil A Creosote Co., Wilmington. N. C. 150 

Eppinger A Russell. Brooklyn. N.Y 14 

Vanderbilt A Hopklna, New York, N. Y 158 

Crossings. Railroad. 

Chester Steel Castings Co., Philadelphia. Pa . . . 18 
Johnston R.B. Frog and Switch Co., Phila., Pa.. 2tfl 

Midrale Steel Co., Steelton, Pa XIX 

PennsylTania Steel Co., Philadelphia, Pa../n«fr<, 129 
Union Switch and Signal Co., Pittsburgh. Pa.. . 126 

Way, Rhodes A Blankley, Philadelphia, Pa 286 

WierFrogCo., Cincinnati, O 176 

Cross Ties (Steel). 

Johnson Steel Street Hall Co., Johnstown, 
Pa. OppaalU Intide Back Cover. 

Culverts. 

Wood, R D. ACo.. Philadelphia, Pa 22 

Culvert Pipe. 

Dmmmond, M. J., New York, N. Y 214 

Montague A Co., Chattanooga, Tenn 146 

Curtains. 

Solomon's Sons, B. L , New York, N.Y 66 

Derricks. 

Phcsnlx Iron Works, Clereland, 162 

Draw Bars. 

Bangh Steam Forge Co., Detroit, Mich 118 

Drills. 

Bement, Milea A Co. . Philadelphia, Pa 12 

Place, George, New.York IX and 188 

SeUers, WiUlam A Co., Philadelphia, Pa VII 

Dynamite. 

ifitaa Powder Co., Chicago, 111 204 

Atlantic Dynamite Co., New York, N. Y 2Cft 

Dixie Powder Co., ChaUati«Q(^tb.,'Y««o. ^»{^ 

H«eUk Po^^vt eo.,"«k«fi XQit«.,ia..X 'w*^ 



30Bli B. WBITNST. 



EgTABLISHED 1847. 



JAM^ 8. WSlTirST. 



A. WHITNEY & SONS, 

ttiWIEElffnil 

Callowhill and 16th Sts., 
aPI3:iXj^IDEX,FH:i.A., F.A.. 



Cast Chilled and Steel-Tired Wheels, 
Axles and Car Boxes 

FunyisBEO ron etest kind of sERricE, inclxtdiko 

STREET AND MINE RAILWAYS. 




I».A.Ti:iiSOIT, IT. J- 



FRED. W. COOKE. 



xm TOJU OFFICE, U BROUWIT. 



H. i. am, lUeiL 



POOR'S DIRECTORT OP RT. OFFICIALS— CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVERTISERS. 



ELBCTRICAL IlTBTRUMENTB. 

Qreeley, B. 8. * Co., New York, N. T 81 

Eleyatobs. 

Morae, WUliaaf * Co., FhibidelpliU and N. Y. . 6 

EnOINSXHS' IXaTRUMBNTB. 

Tonng A Sons, Philadelphia, Pft XI 

Engraysbb. 

AmerloBii Beak Note O^.^JIew ToTk, N. T IT 

rrankllB Bank Note Co., New York, N.Y n 

Farb-Boxes (Strbbt Car). 

Walea M/g. Co., Sjncsae, N. Y 3a» 

Fibre Screw Nuts. 

VnJcaniaed Fibre Co., Wilmington, Del 88 



Fidelity Ins. and Guaranty Bonds. 

Fidelity and Caanalty. Co., New York. In. Bk. 099. 

Files. 

PauI,Cbarlee B., Brooklyn, N. Y m 

Firb-Armb. 

Marlin Pire-Arma Co. , New Haven, Cobb 100 

Firebox Stbbl. 

Shoenberger * Co., Pittabnrgh, Pa. 188 

Fire Brick. 

Montagne A Co., Chattanooga, Tean 148 

Whlte,B.D. AGO., Brooklyn, N.Y 178 

Fire Extinouibhers. 

Lewie Hand Ufa Jbtlngnliher Co., Chicago, HI. 88 

Fire Hydrants; 

Lndk>wVahrelfni*etBrta^;Obu«Tlroj.XT... 88 
Wood, R. O. * O^ PfettadSphla, Pa7. Wk 

FOROINGS, BaIUK>A]>. 

Baaa Foundry aad Machine Co., Ft. Wayne, l^d. 18D 

BanffbHteamlbrgeiX)., Detroit. Mich 118 

Canibria Iron Go.. Jbhnetown, Pa 4 

Detroit Bridge and Iron Co., Detroit, Mich 168 

Baatern Forge Co., Portland, Me 184 

Excelsior Fdy. and Mach. Co., Birmingham, Ala. 184 



Hai«ey, Howe A Co., Pittabargfa, Pa../ii. Front Gov. 

Michigan Car Co., Detroit, Mich 

MidTiQe Sieei Co., Philadelphia. Pa 



88 



PennaylTaoia Steel Co., Sleelton, Pa Imert^ Itt 

Plttsborgfa FoMe and Iron Co., Pittabnrgh, Fla. . 06 

Scrantou Bteel Co., 8cranton. Pa 818 

Standard Steel Worka, Philadelphia, Pa XIX 

Frogs, Railroad. 

Cheater Steel Caatlnga Co., Philadelphia, Ba . . . 18 
Johaatm B.R. Frogaad Switch Co., Phila., Pa.. 861 

Maher ib Brayton; Clevehind, O.. XVn 

Midrale Steel Co., Philadelphia, Pa XXI 

Pennsylvania :iieel Co., Steclton, Pa Inserlt 189 

Union Switch and Signal Co., Pittahargh, Pa. . . . 1S6 
Way, Khodee A Blankley, PhiUdelpbia, Pa ... 886 
WlerFrogCo., Cincinnitti.0 176 

Gas Lamps. 

Standard Gaa Lamp Co., rhiladelphla, Pa 6 

Gasounb. 

Athuitie Refining Co., PhiUidclphia, Pa 104 



Gelatinized Fibre. 

Volcanised Fibre Co., Wilmington, Del 88 

GLA88 Manufacturers. 

Harfweii,H. Edgar Co., N^w York, N.Y lai 

Haidt, Loaia * Broe.. Brooklya, N. Y 114 

MiaeiaalDpt OhMa Co., St. Lonif, Mo 114 

Bendle, Aiihar B., New York and Philadelphia. 118 

GOYERNMENT SECURITIES. 

Morton, BUaa * Co., New York, N. Y., Opif. In, ft. C, 

Poor A Qreenongh, New York. N. Y 80 

Green A Bafteman, New York, N. Y. 0pp. In. Ft. C, 

Grindstones. 

ClereUad stone Co., Olereland, 108 

Hammers. 

Pratt A Whitney Co., Hartford, Conn 144 

Heating (Car). 

Railway Lighting and Heating Co., Phila., Fa. . 72 
Standard Car Heat, and Vent. Co., Pitt«b*h, Pa. t8 

Hoisting Engines. 

Morae, Williams A Co.. Philadelphia and N. Y . . 8 
Sazton, J. C, New York, N. Y 814 

Homogeneous Boiler Plate. 

Haasey, Howe A Co., Pltttbnrg, Pa../n. Front Gov. 

Hose. 

Mercer Bobber Co., Trenton, N. J 106 



Hydraulic Eleyators. 

Mona, WUHama * Co., PhiU. and New York. 



6 



Hydbaulzo Jacks. 

Dn«gaon,Blchard, Now York, N.Y. XXXI 

Htdbaulio Punches. 

Dndgeoo, Richard, New York, N. T. XXXI 

Injectors. 

SeUin, William* Co., PhUadelphIa, Pa Vn 

Insurance Companies. 

Fldtf itf aad Oaaoalty Co., New York, N. Y. ... 148 

Lancaabire Insuraiice Co., New York, N. Y 110 

Phenlz Inrnrance Co., New YorK City I 

Penn Mntual Life Ina. Co., PhiladHphia, Pa... lit 

Phoenix Aasorance Co., New York Ci tv I 

Royal Inenrance Co. , New York, N. Y. 68 

Satterlee, Boeiwick A Martin, New York, N. Y. S9 
Trarellers* Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 14< 

Interlocking Switches. 

PennayivaninSt^el Co., Philadelphia, V%..Inmrt, 128 
Union Switch and Signal Co., Plttaburgb,. Pa. . . 186 

Iron, Bar. 

Bangh Iron Forge Co. , Detroit, Mich 118 

Canuirla Iron Co., Philadelphia. Pa J 4 

Colorado Coal and Iron Co., Denver, Col 54 

North Chicago Rnlliug Mill Co., Chicago, III. . . . . VI 

Paeeaic Rolling MUl Co., Paterson, N. J XXHI 

PennsylvaDla Bolt and Nat Co., Lebanon, Pa.... 164 
StroQd&Co., New York,N. Y Ill 



Iron Enamel. 



>siiw 



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MMWifcotufra of 



BRASS AND GERMAN SILVER 

In. Sbeot*. Kolls, . "^Ire and. Ztoda. 

Copper and Bnss Blveti and Burs, Fnrnitnre Handles and 
MoDntingB, Bnss Bntt Hinges, Ete. 




THE LAROKST MANUFAOTOIIY OP 

KEROSENE LAMP BURNERS 

JTL .^xxxeno£u 



mrc wtd RolUac Hills. 



WATERBITKT, COlfir. 
THOKASTOM. 



18 Murray SfrMt, N«w York. 71 Purl Street, Boston. 

lis Lak* dtreat Chicago. 



POOR'S DIRBCTORT OT KT. 0VFI0IAL8-CLAB8IFIBD U8T OP ADTERTISERB. 



Iron Ore. 

CaUIni, H. B. * Ok, nuabugk, P> 

iROK Ore Paint. 

Oanlaoil trau Or« Flint Co., CtortliDd. O. . 
Irov, Fid. 

i.,PltUbaTKb.ni'^ 



Colltau. H. X. * Ci 

Nonh ChicaRO r ' 
Pops, T, J, * B: 



rark,H.T 

8trood 4 CO., Nbw York, N. r. JO 

Dalan8tcclCo..GU«^, Ul S 

Iron Pipe and FnriKas, 

AllliODHuiutMlarlBfCo.,PkUadalphlk, Pa... 3t 

Iron Roofiko. 

OuTjIran Booflng Co., ( 
Iron, Bh&et. 

Clsreluid KaU— . ... 

StroDd S Co., New York, S. T. 



LOOOHOTITI TiBBB. 
Vldnla BiMl 0> , PhD 
BUadard BimI Worki, 

LUBRICATIKa OlIA 

Atluac ScflDliw Co., PblkdelphlA, P> 101 

DRher*Co.,NiwIorfe,N. T. Htt 



AllKO C»., & D., '7'~i'-ytii O.. . 



JoDRRAL Bearings. 

PlioipliDTBniiueSmettl^CeL,PUlia«lpbla,PL IB 

Laxp-Postb, Bbackvts and Clcstkri. 

euodard Qu Lunp Co.. Phtladdptait and H. T. 

Latheh. 

BBDMiit^llUB* 4 Co., PbUidslpbla, Pl 
"-« * wwinej CO;, avtronC i" — 



k,K.Y. 0/if.M.K.e. 



LOCOHOTITBS, 

B*]d«laLao>niotlTeWiKk4niltaddphlLFB..J 

BoraMB,a«ir«aA.,Ke<rYork,N.T:. . 

DlcktOD V-I-g. Oe.,^ruuii, K 

BiDldu Looodutln Works, BoMoD. »■«* 

Muoo llacliiiu Work*. TuBtofl, Mus 

Rbode ItUod Loeo. WorkB^Proirldeim, R. I ... 
Itogm Loco, ud MacblDi Work*, Nbw York. . . 
JSchenocUdir Loco. Woika, SctniucUilT, ». Y . . 
Tiasum LvcODHitiia Mh. Oo., Tuntun. Ilim... 
"U. S, RollLUnSUK:kCo„>iBwVork,N. y 

LocoMonvK Drivib Braxk. 
AMolcn Bnik* Oa- 8t. Looli, Ho. 
B»nm Ykcbmb Bfto "* "-— 



nBr^OOgBd(l«i,lbH. ZLll 

Alr-Bnka Co., Ptiubiir(b, Pa. , XLUl 



S 



Buhuell, A.. Kanni dtjr, Mo wo 

Danoat A F«II, N«r York, K. T IW 

I>alitBld,T>1lBadB0,N«wYiiik,N. T Wt 

D«ha LombaraiZFIuiUit Co.. Boston. UaM, M 

I>odRO,Hol|t*ao.,I!lairToik,M.Y IM 

Premoot ATtm, AUaMA. Ga IM 

EpplngerARoH^NawYark, H. Y 14 

anbam,JohD&,fr^HawYork,N.T tN 

HiuUT,miatsoiisOB.,lliuknan,llteh riH 

Mann Bn»., Chloua, III IH 

MUloDw, Joal hTBdAIo, N. Y IM 

llluih«U*Bow1aBdLaiiibOTCa.iTolttdo, O..., IM 

BaAbana, Jo*. AGo.,Ckka>&Ok IS 

BuiMt A HeCtan, PHifbarsC Pa. 

Vaudnbllt A Ocbklna. RnrYork, V.T... 
WMiaore,A.B.,ltowYotk,M.y 

Hachineky. 

Pratt A Wtaltngy Co., Hartford. CoBD Ut 

Bio«WorPdr.aBdHach.WkL7Biniilii£h>m,Ala IM 

MA CH m i BTt' Tool*. 

BiaaHr-aiidHa(JLCo.,n.Wam*, Ind 1» 

BBBanL HON * Oo. , Fbfladilpbla, Pa HI 

OofUdT*. * Xbvrfainit, Newark, N. J XVII 

Plaaa,a!grn, Naw York, N. Y,. JX nnd 1S8 

PrattA Whlti»jCo,,R>tttant,CoDD 14* 

aaUNa,WilllAm*Ca,PU1ad«lpliia,Pa. VU 

Haqazinbb, Journau, Err. 

Asa of SUel, St. LooU. Mo IM 

Am. Jonr, of E4.Aii|illaiicaa,N. Y. andChlc^o. MB 
Am.JI«afr.»i)([lroQWorld. Ht(.bnrgU, Fa .... MB 

Coal Trade JooruAl, Naw Yorii, K.TT. IM 

Ens. NewiPub. Co., New York. N. If IM A IM 

Plnaodn. New York. N. T m 

IndleaIar!>ubllihinsCo.,MewTn.k.n.Y Ut 

Mannlactnrara' KMocd Co., Balllmorp, Md IW 

NaL Cai and Loco. Balldv, New York . N. Y. . . . lit 
Nat. Car and Loco. BaDdw&Dp., New Y.irk, N.V >•) 

Noitfawaalera LnmbaRDan. Cblcago. til IV 

Railroad Oaaetta. New York. H.f m 

SaUwarKawaCo., New York. N. Y IK 

RaUwar World Pub. Co., PhllodilphU, Pa Itt 

He»lewPobllihlngCo.,f(vwYork, N. Y m 

Street Ritlwa; Journal, N. T. and thkaen.. . .. IM 
TudMmiDpBbllflilndCo.ClialtanoOf^. Tenn., IW 

Haps (Railroad). 

Baad,VcKaIly*Co..Cklcaco,IH U 

Mbtallic Crom Ties. 



wTorit,K.T. :... lit 

1 MTg. Co., BmtaMa, Pa. Ou - bi. R^- *>S^ 
llRoAQi\\iC<i.,-S«*-^«*0^."* '■^ 



RICHARD DUDGEON, 

Nos. U M 26 GOLDHBIA STREET, NEW YORK, 



THE MAKER AND PATEMTKE OP 




HYDRAULIC 

JACKS ^ PUNCHES. 




Roller Tobe Kipante and Direct -Acting Steam HamiQers. 

B. BVBQEOM'S PATENT CRANK PIN JACK» 




A* used at Rogers' Locomotive Works, and by other principal Loco- 
motive Builders and R.R. Companies. 

C%uzijiiiuiioaCioiia bj- lettar 'will T^otti-va prompt attention. 



POOB'B DIRBCTOBT OV &T. OFFICIALS— CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADTEBTISEEife. 



H nilKa SBCEBlTIEt. 

BuMT. Hojt * Co., Cbtcw. ni XXXV 

Mosaic aLASB. 

Hkrtwall. H. U|UCa.,NewTDrk,>.T Itl 

HcldtiLoniiABroi., ltoooklTB,H. T IM 

Nails. 

Colorado Co«l mi lion Co.. JiWW l, Ool H 

FDll«rBn>i.AOo.,K«wYach.II.T tt 

MartbClik«aoRBUlMMtUOo.,0liietgo. Ill VI 

Nut Locks. 

MeUair. PMil*Oo.,Ptttrtat|h,P& HI 

VDlcMlMdnt»VOB^WUBllM(l>,IM « 

8lukNDtL(WkOiL,N<wlMEulSt.I.oata... lU 

AUbcn XmUMtnrlnt Co., PWItflilpfcto, P», , ■ . M 

BniiaiDoad,][.J., HswroricH.y 114 

Fuller Bro».*Uo.. Mew Tortt,W.T « 

Puiiie BalUni MIU Co.,ftUnaa, H. i.... .ZXXm 
P«a(T)*uteBol(*i>dilmiOi>.,Ute>a*,P*.... US 

Oil Box Cotku. 

VBlculMdPibnCo.,irilBl4l0D,IM BB 

Oils. 

AUuitlcR«BslsaCo..PtaII*dcIphla,Pa..... IM 

CuoUua Oil ud CnoMi* ri- JffllmlBJI-n, Sal. UO 
Bi«ta«t*Co.,M«rToAll.T. Hi 

Old Bails, Scrap, etc 

BojoUD, GMcn A.. N«w Totk, M. T. M 

euoadica.,Ilewirork, K. V lit 

OMNlBTnEfl. 

SMphouon Co., Jahn tUn.), H«i> Tork, H. T., DO 
OPAUOCKNT Olaso. 

Hddt, LoDii * araa^ BtoaUtb, n. T. IM 

PACKDia. 

MntM Babbtc Co., TnnWo, H, J MS 

Cbl1tonManDr.Co,JT.T.miMlBdMM IM 

OlcnUDdlroaOnPalDtCo., C1o>*laDd,0. tU 

Dero^F. W. * Co.. Hew Tork. N. T XXV 

Rothaiford A BarcUj, ThiladdpUa, P>. tl 

8lud4idPklntCo.,M>iirTaTk,^/y T 

Paist and TAKiriaH Brdbhks. 

Chilton lUnar. Co., TT.T.aadBoMoa IW 

I>noa,F. W. *Co.,N«wtatfc,N.T XXT 

PARqUKTRT FlOOBB. 

BonshMa, J. W.. FUlid^pbla, FS. IM 

Pewb. 

Sit«rbiaak Stod Pn Co., Ni* Twk, M. T » 

Phohphok Bbokzb. 
FtMlpbat Bnan Bbi 
Pip» (Cast Ikon). 

W»Od,R 
FlBTONe. 



PLAVXRB (IltON). 

BammUMtlM * Co., Fhlladclphli, Ps H 

MimrviUIainAOD.,Rilladelplila, Pa. VU 

Plahkbs (Wood). 

»«iisBt.lUI«*Cb.,FUI>dripUs,P*. » 

r>T,J. A4 0a., Olsdaiiatl, O. TS 

Fiaa A WUlMir CO'i Hanlbid. Conn IM 

BolooiDn'* SoBit B. L., K«w Tork, N. T W 

POWDEB (BLAITIIIO)^ 

.StaaPowdwOo..CblMn, ni Mt 

Atlantic Drnaiiilta Co.. II«wTork,N.T MS 

Dlila PoufdM Co., Chatlasoona. T«na IM 

BedaPowdarOD, Maw York, M.T Mt 

LallnABandPowdaTCo., NewTork.H. T. .. SH 

POWEB Hauubb. 

Sdlara, Vimaa A Co., PUUdalpUa. Pa TU 

Power Pmccms and Shears. 

Ballan, wmiaiD A Co., PUliddphla, Fa TU 

PHnrrcKfl. 

Amirlcu Bank BOU Co.. N«r York, H.T IV 

FlaakUn Bank ItoU Co., Nair Totk, H. T U 

QuARRTina Haohihkht. 

IngwMU Bock Drill Co., Raw York, H.T t« 

Bail FAaraiiuiaa. 

OtnelaadBolHiirlllllCto., Claralind.O M 

CalandaOoalaodInniCo..I>aD**r,Col. U 

IMabld, Tallmi^, Maw York, M. T MS 

Jordan, F.,H«wYork,K.T MS 

l[aosb.)I.O.,]lBlrTark.n.T... MS 

NMSiChl<acoXolllBgIIIllCo.,CUca(o,IU..... TI 

SaOan, Morrla A Co^Tcblcaffo, III * 

8lumDtLotkCo.jN«wTaTkaiidSt.LoD]i... IIS 

atiood A Co.. »a« Tofk, N. T. W 

TnlMiliad ribn Co.. Wlbninstcn, Dal 88 

Bails, Iron. 

CaabriaIn>DO».,niladdpUa,Pa. 4 

Can«leBna.AO<i.(Lta.).F1ttabBT)[h,Fa...., Ml 

Cla*daBdBoIlli(IIUIO0L,Cl<inteiid,O W 

Maacla,II.C.,lA>Tork,N.T !« 

NDrtliChloafOBolltng]llUOa.,Chlean,Ill.... TI 
Sned A Co., Akbu, Maw ToHt, H. T ID 

Bails, Stkbl. 

Bninlon. OroTse A., NawTork,N. T 64 

CambiU Iron Worka. Ptiltadelptali, Pa 4 

CuncBle Bid*. A Co. (LIB. J. Pitubarah, Pa... IW 

aevaIuidRollfa«lUUOo.,ClaTalud, O M 

CDllini. H. B. ACo.PHtibsnli.Pa <• 

Colorado Coal ind Iran Co., MDYariCal H 

Fuller BiTHi. A Co., Naw York, N.T 8) 

Homphnra * Baree, Ncii Tork, M. T MB 

JollelSlwICo., JoH«l,lll J! 

Jo[daa,P.,NrwTork,H. Y MS 

Le.Tm,C.W » Co., Kaw York, N. T MB 

ManeU. M. C, New York. N. Y I4S 

Norib OtaloEo Rolling Mill Co., CUcago, HI.... VI 

Pen DiiTloaala Steal Ca„ Slealioti, Fa /■«*>< llB 

SeraDloD EHeal Co., 8eiaiiton, Pa 188 

Slroad«Co.,AKeiil»IJa«Tork, N. Y Ill 

Unlcio Steel Co., Clilcaco.tll B 

Bails (Bnwnr). 

PnA * BjMii6'a,Y><ai "Twfci»6.«5^«' ■i;^- • - "^ 



Passaic Rolling Mill Co., 

PATERSON, N. J. 

MANUFACTURERS, 

CONTRACTORS, 

ENGINEERS. 

IRON AND STEEL. 

fridges, Roofs and Turn-tables Constructed and Erected. Plans 

and Estimates Furnished at Short Notice. Solid Rolled Beams, 

Channels, Angles, Tees and Merchant Bars Made and In Stock. 

LUhogmphs of Sections and Details Furnished on ApplieaHon. 



NEW YORK OFFICE: 






WATTS coon, Frw't W. 0. FATZBWI&TBEB, Trtas. F. A. IXtK, Bsg. 

Litchfield Car i Haclune Company, 

LITCHFIELD, ILLINOIS, 

Manufacturers of all kinds of Passenger and Freight 
Equipment, both Wide and Jfarrow Gauge. 



GAR WHEELS A SPEOALTT IN THE MACHINERY DEPARTMENT. 



feSFECIAL ATTENTION IS GIVEN TO FURNISHING 

Hoisting Engines, Pit Cars, Dumps, etc., for Coal Mines, 

AS WELL AS BUILDING 

Statimary Enf^ms and Boilers, and General Brass and Sheef-Iron Work. 



POOB'8 DIRSCTOBT OP RT. OFFICIALS— CL&.8SI7IED tIST OF ADYEBTISBBa 



Railsoad CAflmaa. 



Busyoii«IiTiHlll>chliitCo.,PI.WkTM,ba. l«l 

»M*J. H..Chlc«D,IU... IM 

ChutarSIeelCiulfniBCo., PbiUddphiB, F«..... IB 



Railroad InnntAiica. 

PluBDliAwaiueaOa.. II«<rTD[fc,K. T 

ItanI InianacaCD.. MmrTork, Ti. T 

SaUhIm, Boftwiok A MwUd, N*« York, K. T.. 

RAtLKOAD llAra. 



Railroad BicniiiTiEe. 

Qmmi a BUom, Nmr YodE, M. T. Opp. A. It. C. 
MortaB,BUnACo.,N«wT°Tk,n.T. %>. /n. J>Y. P. 



B,N*wTork,H.T... 



Railroad Bufplixs. 

Amaa)IUDnUetaTk«Ca..PUia*lpliU,PA.... M 
ChMtarSleal Cutinci Co ,F>illBdilphlA,Pa.... i( 

DaUa^ TiUnudn. Naw York, N. S MM 

Draiiunoml,V./.,l««wTork.N.T. H* 

Oraakj. X. U. * CCL, Nh Twk. M. t .. M 

Gnai,TwMd* Co , N«w York, H. Y XXIV 

JonUa. r.,imTork,H. T « 

Mire<rIlatitMcOo..Tranloa,I1.J H8 

Motlcj. TbornlM N.. naw Tork, N. T r4 

PlAOa.QMmJItwTcTk.N.Y. IZud U8 

nipa,T. «.«Bro., Haw York. S.Y Ill 

atnnd * Ca^ Hnr York. N. Y HI 

WUltanuon i CuMd?. PUltdd^U, Fa Kt 

Railway Bvffuhb (Btbebt). 

Cnif,WLllUnP..n*wYork.n.Y - "0 

Poffh * RumU, ttaw Y.>ik u« OWm|». . . 



Btaphouon Co., Jokn (Un.% K<w Toik, It. T.. I 



a 00., Now York, M.Y 



O*. TraUn. N.J:. 

Wnna. H. J . . XX] 

Col, IMtmma.tt. .. ... 

Ptomg A AtwDod KTg. Co., WAUrborj, Conn.XXIX 

BoCKDaiU/t. 

iDpmdl BocklMU Co., Kew York, N. Y. 

B<MXIII« Htua. 



. VI 




J» Co., Hm 

lr Jmhv Steal aadlroB'-... ._ 

HaloBaUtv MU Co., PM«ivin, N. J. . . . . XXXm 
aiabtm Wi^», Hriuj Cltj, Jl. i — 



DMmllBrldfauidlroti WorkL IMiolt,ICtefa.. HO 

FnBootji1^Atlrata,aA„. 7. M 

ntii J iinii iTiiiiiiiii Til , nimiiiiiii. fi m 

HanfM.TU^tfoir&Oo., llaak*rMi,lnd> M 

Bilbboroa. Jo*. A Co.. Cbki«o, DI IH 

ROPK (WnUi). 

BocbUu, Joka A. Sou' Co., TrootoB. N. J., and 
NowYotkOttT m 



Beveb Pips. 

BurowiACo, IIawYDA,N.Y «■ 

MoktiQa * pp., OXraimnga. Tali 118 

BHAirnio. 

Tu.J.A. * Co., CtKlDnaU, O R 

eiatn. WlllUm * Co . phllxlalpliU, Pa VJI 

VaaMnFoTgaud Rollins XUk, St. LonU,110.. « 

BlOKALS. 

IInloB8irltekaiidaiinalO0.,'FltUba[gta.FA.... US 

BXTLIQBTB. 

VlHlidppl01iHCo.,'8LLonla,Mo H* 

BMidta, iurtkar B., Haw Toik ind PUlAdatpUa. W 
Biwadlt Mbk, lAOiTlIl*, K7 ■* 

Spbciaubt. 

Ontiirk, Sontbwlcfc, WuUngtan, CO XZ^V 



Fopa, T. J. * Bro., Raw Tork, N. Y IH 

Bfikbb. R. R. 

Banniri 4>Oo., Hew York, H.Y M 

J>U*orth.Pon<T*Oo.(Um.), Fltlabontk,P>.. M 

I>tiinuii^d.l[.«..N«irYor^N.Y: M* 

miar Bna. * Co., How Xoik, H. T M 

Sfbikob, Cab. 

CambrMItoaCo., JohBitowii, ?■ , ^* 

' I>etroItStadBDdBptlotWoTka.D«tralt,lIkh.. IH 
Tka A. titatk SpHacCa.. FINabonh. n. 
Hariin A Hontunrortb Co., WJlnUafton, IM.. H 

X*rtarBBbb«rCo..TnalaB, H.J TO 

PoaiptixiBlaalaiiairoaCo., Poinplon,H. J..XXin 

BpmtHO Btkkl. 

Bnoaar,HoiwAOo.,PttUbtirih,Pft..A. Ami Cbo. 

Steam Elktators. 

ltana,WllllaallJICo., Phlla. u« Haw York . . B 

Btsah Eiranm. 

BMaroaadiTUMllladi.Co., Ft. Wirn«,lBd.., no 

IHEkNoH'rK.Oo.. ai9uiloa,Fa. ti FL Om. 

LobAOOO KaaaAKitarlns Co., liahna&,Yk. . . -^'■(^ 



Mosier Safe and Lock Co.'s 

CBLBBRATBD 

FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF 

SAFES. 



Latest Improvements secured by 
exclusive Patents : 

Round Corners, Solid Continuous 
Plate, Eight Flanges, Bolts and Lock 
on inside flange instead of outside. 
Four Tumbler Combination Lock ca- 
pable of 100,000,000 changes. 

The MosLBK Safe and Lock Co.*s Safe* 
have taken the lead in ererv exposition in which 
they have been shown, ao incontettible is their 
superiority over all others, and Bankers an^ 
Merchanu all over the world testify to the ele- 
nnt finish and fire and buiglar proof qualities of 
these safes. 



Correspondence promptly attended to, and 
photographs of safes sent with lowest prices on 
applicatioa. 

MOSLER, BOWEN & CO., 

768 BROADWAY, 

NEW YORK. 



GBEEKE, TWEED & CO., 

Mafn^metnrere and 

BAaBOAD, HILL. 

AND 

MANUFAGTDRERS' 

SUPPLIES, 

S3 Chambers J^ireet, 



NEW TORK. 



Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 



SIS 8. 8d STRBBT, 



In addition to general practice in Philadelphia, personal attention to important 
States and Sute Courts in all parts of Pennsylvania. 

Corporations organized and settlements of Sute Taxes, Licenses, etc., made. 



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before the United 



IRON STOCKS. 



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Against any department of the United States OoverABieBty Adjusted and Collected. Prompt and 
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POOB'B DIBiSCrOBT OP BT. OFFICIALS-CLASSIFIED LIST OF ADVEBTISEBS. 



Stkah HAumEBB. 

DodcMD. Rlch>iil.NairTork. N. T ZXXI 

B«ll«n,WUIIui*Co.,FUluMpUi,PB VU 

Btbah FAOKina. 

■Uiccr Bobber Co., TrantoD, N.J 

Btsak Pumfb. 

PlwK, GMCga, Hew Toik IXkndUS 

Steel If AHDTAcnmERS, 

C>nibtteIroaOD.,/(ibiuta«tLF» 

CuaagiB Brm. a Cu. (Um-WnKibBrEb, Fa.... m 
Cbeiur 8Md OMtliunCo., Fhlladelpbk, Pb... *■ 

Cle>e]HidltomnBMDlOi>^CIaTd*iia,0 » 

Delroll Steel utd^Spriag Worki, Dalnilt, Kick.. I« 

MId'ite B(Ml Co., Pblbdelphu; Pm XXI 

OUi IroD iDd Sleel Co., OateUnd. 1(8 

PaaDajltinU BtMl Co., BKelioo, P> Bmri, IW 

ScnntonBlMlCn., Sfrutou. ?■ I» 

BUndMdSMet Wnrk., PUIUdalphta, p» ZXl 

UnlonSleelCo.. Chicago, m , 

8TBBi.Axi.Ea. 

Cimbrla Iron Od., JoliDdoini, Fa. . 

MMiriliSMel Co., PUlaadpfala, Fa 

atudud BiMl WoTki, Pbiladelpbla, Fa 

Btkbl CAenKOB. 

CnabtU IroB Ool, JokuUiwn, Fa 

ChMlaTeteelCwUD«Co.,PbiIad>lptala,Fa.... 18 

Iffdnle HtwlCo., pBuwlelphla, Pa. ZXI 

Solid BtMlCo., iillnoa, O Ill 

Stbbl Cross Tibs. 

JobDMB SUel Stnel RtU Co., Johnalom, 
Pa OfpBtUt Imat Baet COvr. 

Steel Forhimos. 

CunbrialranCo,, JotaDilown, Pi. 4 

HiuUT,HowsACo.,PltUbiu(b,Fa...Iii. Aowf Cbv. 

WdTd*BtHlCo.,rhUHMpa,FB ZXI 

OH) Iioa ud Btael Co., deieland, O . **~ 

pMQiylTuilketaolCa., etMltoo.Fa. Jjimt 

SciMtoD Bin] Co., ScmtOB, Pa 

BludardBwdWatk«,Pliliididpbla,F* 

Steel Pe^tb. 

a(t«riiRM>kBtBelFMCa.,Ne«York,II. T.... 

Btbel Plates, Bhxbtb, Blooms, xtc. 

CoUlu, H. X.*Co^FltMba!ib,FB 

8tnndA0p.,N*wTOTk,N.T. 

Stbbl TiRU. 

Ouibrla Iron Co., f obutown, Pa m 

Wdnle BUel Co„ Fhllulelphla. Pa ZXI 

BtUMUrdBtMlWorki,PMl^elpbla,Fa XXI 

Stbbl WiRB. 

Cambria IrOD Co., Jobnitown, Fa 4 

Street Cab Fare Boxes. 

WalM Mannlkctartng Co.. Syraeaae, H. T Ml 

Stbext Cars. 

BmUJ.O. *Co.,PhlUdeIpli<a,Pa XI 

BrawneU * ffrtJAt Car Co., BL Laola, Hft MS 

F«lnlCtrCo..lr«rtaA. N. T Ml 

Pngti A SumU, N. T. and Gblcuo IM 

BtepkaoMm Co., Joka (Usi.), Maw Tok, V.Y.. ISO 

SrKEffr Lamps. 

SUDdaidSaildBpCo., PhlIa.BDdn«wTark.. B 



Stbbbt Bails. . 

PoghARuMeU, HaoTorkandCbJcua SU 

Tar, Bhodaa * blmikJeT, FhlladelpkC fit SM 

Jolmaoa Sted Blraet Ball Co., Johanowa, 
Fk OrptUi InMda Back Ootur 

Street Railitat Supplies. 

Pngb*ItiuHll,NswTorkaadChlngo. ttt 

BtaphauMaCo., J(dui(Um.).NewTork,H.T.. nO 

STBUOTimAI. Iboii. 

CaiMfl* BroL * Co. (Lira,). PItUbttlfb, Ps. . , . US 

HaMlIloB Brtda* Oa.. Haaillla*. O _. ITO 

FBBHtaKallUMm.]>BMrK>B,K.J XXXni 

PannBrldg«Ob.,B(anT Fail*, Fa ITS 

SwiTCEBa. 

JotaniloDB.B.na|taDdBw1tcbCo.,PhlU.,Fa. HI 
FennHlnBli Steel Co., PblladalptaU, Pa.Iluirf. HS 
Union Swllch and Blitiu10a.,P[ltibBrsli, Pa... »B 

Waj, Bbodea * BlaoSltj. FhlladalpUa, Pa » 

Wlw Fnc Co., OliidaDali, O ITS 

Tapesteixb. 

Bolomon'a BoDi, B. L., Raw Tork, H. T. N 

Telboraph Supflibb. 

Otealejr.JtS. ACo.,»awTatk,N. T (4 

TiBB, Bailroas. 

Bpphuer A Bniaell. BrooklTD, M. T 14 

intl«iiu,Jael8.,Bnfialo.N.T IM 

VaodorbUt A Bopklni, New York, N. T IW 

Tim (Pig). 

Popa.T.J.*Bro..MewTc)Tk. S. T 113 

Stnnd * Co.. New York, M. T UI 

TiK Plate. 

Pop»,T./.*Jbo.,N«wYoA.N.Y Ill 

8tro<ldACa.,NewYaik.M.T Ill 

TtREB. 

CbialeT Steel CaiUnsa Co.,Phlladdphla,t>a..'. 18 

Hldiale Steel Co.. PbUadebhli, Fa XIX 

Ollntt ACo.NewYork. N; Y SOS 

Btandaid Steal Wocke, PhlladdW>la, h. XIX 

Tool Steel. 

DetnltSteil and SprfaaWMke, Detroit Mich.. 1«8 
HUMT. Howe * Co., Kttabanih. Fa.. A. nmt Cot. 

Helealf. PaslACo., Plttabnrlb, Pa IM 

Blarilng Btael Co. CLlB.), Pltubnisk, Fa MS 

Track Bolts. 

FltlebDrgb Farfa aad Inm Co., Pinabvsti. P*. . U 

Trace Bot.t Washers. 

TBkaiilBedFlbnCo.,WlliDliictiu,De] 88 

Track Tools. 

Nealt.FaolACo., PUtib(ugli,Fa lis 

Trair Telborapiiy. 

BT.m«C.udTeleptioneCo.,NewTark,N.r. 118 

Tbamvat Cars. 

iplwDeon Co., John (Um.), New York, N. T,. MO 

TiraE Expakdbbs. 

Sildge(iti,B[«bat&,'S««'Yo^'R.1 TlXa^ 



xxxm 



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Poor's Manual of Railroads 

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medium for resicliiBg the 

*« RAILWAY INTERESTS* 

and all other Interests which are associ- 
ated therewith or dependent thereon, as 
well as the Financial and Commercial 
Interests of the Country generally. Its 
reputation in this respect has not been 
the growth of a year, but is the develoi)- 
ment of nearly one-fifth of a century— a 
period which covers the expansion of our 
Hallway System from 39,250 miles to 
128,500 miles. 

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TUBBS. 

Allison ManiifMiaiim Co., PhUadalphlA, fm.,.. M 

TUNKBLLINO MACHINB8. 

IngenoURockDriUCo.,NewToilL,ir. T 98i 

T9KNTABLM. 

AtUnU Bridfe aad Aido 0<k« Atlaatft, Oa lit 

Setrolt Bridn aad Iitti wSkt, DMnIt, MIA. . !• 

Jord«D.F..ftnrTorlLir.r m 

XaaalUon Bridge Co.. ICaMiUoii, O 170 

Paisalc HolHiig xm Cb.. P»t«fioD. K. J XXXIIl 

SeUen, WilliMH A Co., Philadelphia, Pa. . VII 

• BneMl * Bibb., LonisTille, Kj S8S 

Wallii Iron Works, Jersey City, N. J 170 

Uhiform Buttohb. 

French, S. A., New TorlOC. T ..ft 

Horstnuum Bros, ib Co., PliilAdelphia, Pa XXV 



Valvkb. 

Lndlow ValTe Kannfactaring Co., Troy, N. T. . . tO 
Wood, R. D. * Co., PhUadelphla, Pft. » 

Varnish. 

Brooks, C. * Co., New York, N. T. 10 

Chilton Mannf. Co., New Toik and Boston IM 

De Qolyer Varnish Co., Chicago, HI 04 

DerocP. W. ACo., NewToSjN.T XXV 

Hildreth Vamtsh Co., New York, N. T 116 

Murphy A Co., N. T., Chic, Clere.and St Iioois 170 

Parrott Varnish Co., Bridgeport, Conn 01 

Shipman A Bohlen, Newark, N. J 70 

Vbnbbbb. 

AltMO Co., B. p., OlBOinnatt, O IIB 

Vbnbtian Glass. 

Heidt, Looia A Broa., Brooklyn, N. T 114 

Ventilators. 

standard Car Heat and Vent Co., PitUb'gh, Pa. 56 

Viaducts. 

Detroit Bridge aid Iron Wo?kB.BetV0lt,KiA... 160 



MassmoA Bridge Co., MMtilkM, O. . . . 
Pittobvgk Bridge Oo., Plttsknrgh, Pa. 



PlOl 

.. 170 
.. 160 



Vulcanized Fibre. 

Vnlcaniaed Fibre Co., Wilmington, Del 88 

Washers. 

Kercer Ral^w^ Cto., Trenton. M. 1 166 

PsAnsylvania BoHtBd Mbt Co., Labinaa, Pa... 169 
Y«kaaisedlhbroCtt.,Wllmliittoi»]M 68 

Watches. 

Qenera Non-Magnetic Watch Co., New York, 
N. Y Back Caver. 

Water Pipe. 

AlUaon Mannfaetnrlnc Co. , Phfladelphla, Pa ... . 16 

Barrows * Co., New York, N. T 908 

Montague A Co., Ciiattanoosa, Tenn 146 

WooOtD. A Co., Philadelphia, Pa fti 

Wire. 

CambrlalrooOo., Johnstown, Fa 4 

CleTeland RoUing Mill Co., CleTeland. 58 

Phosphor Bronsetfmeltlng Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 18 
leblfng, John A. Son's Co., Trenton, N. J., and 
frYork.N.T HI 



Wire Rope. 

loebling, Jol 

Neir York City HI 



Boebling, John A. Sons* Co., Trenton, N. J., and 
Yo " 



Window Glass, 

HeidtLomisaF Bros., Brooklyn, N.Y 114 

Wood Working Machinery. 

FHy, J. A. A Co., Cincinnati, O 78 

Place, Oeorge, Machinery Agency, New York.. 136 

Yard Switches. 

Pennsylvania Steel Co., Steelton, Pa Jnart, 189 

Union Switch and SigoiU Co., Piitabirgh, Pa.. . . IH 
Wie? FtogCo.«CiaauMtt,a 176 



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We present to the public herewith the Second Annual Number of our 
^^ DiBBOTOBY OF Bailwat Offioials" of the United States and Canada. 
Its publication has been delayed beyond expectation by the great labor neces- 
sarily involved in the collection from 857 Lines operated by Steam and from 
703 Street or Horse Railroads — 1,560 in all — of the information required, and 
in the proper preparation and editing of the same. 

The form of the present number of the " Dibbcttoby," for the greater 
convenience in its use, has been made to correspond to that of the ^^ Manual 
OF THE Railboads OF THE Untted States. " A f ufthcr important improvement 
has been made in the mode of reference to the names of the different officials. 
In addition to the general list, which contains the names of the officials of all 
the Railroad Companies arranged in alphabetical order, are special lists of the 
General Managers and General Superintendents of all the b'nes ; of their 
General Freight and Passenger Agents ; Master Mechanics ; Master Car 
Builders ; Master Car Painters ; Purchasing Agents, and Chief Engineers. 

Full lists are also given of all parties, or companies, with the officers of 
the same, in the United States and Canada engaged in the manufacture of 
material to be used in the construction and operation of Railroads — of the 
Manufacturers of Rails ; Locomotive Engines ; Cars of all kinds ; Car Axles ; 
Car Springs ; Car Wheels, etc. 

In addition to the lists of Roads operated by Steam Power, and of their 
officials, statements for each road are given of all the Horse or Street Rail- 
roads in the several States and Canada, showing their length and the number 
of horses used as motive power, with a full list of officials connected with 
each road. A list is also given, with their proper officers, of all the tram or 
lumber roads in operation in the United States. A list is also given, with 
that of their officers, of all the Associations of Railway Managers in the 
United States for the collection and diffusion of the information touching the 
Management of Railways ; also of all the Associations, in tke T^a^tox^ ^V 



zu PREFACE. 

friendly societies, of Bailway Employes. Lists are also given of the CitieB 
or Towns in which the different Railroad Companies are domiciled or in 
which shops for repairs are established. An interesting and valuable state- 
ment is also given in reference to Railways in countries other than tlie 
United States. 

The importance of the ^^ Dibectory'' as a source of information and for 
reference will be better appreciated when it is stated that the length, at the 
present time, of the Railroads in the United States operated by Steam ex- 
ceeds 140,000 miles. In tlieir construction over $8,500,000,000 have been 
expended. The earnings of the Railroads for 1887 will exceed $900,000,000, 
fully two thirds of which will be expended in their maintenance. At the 
close of 1887 150,000 miles of line will be in operation in the United States. 
The ^^ DisECTOBY of Railroads,'' with the ^^ Manual of Railboads," also 
published by us, is the only source from which full and accurate information 
can be had of this vast interest, the paramount one in the United States, and of 
the immense force connected therewith. The *^ Manual" gives full and 
detailed statements of the length and cost of each line ; of the liabilities of 
each in the form of share capital, of funded and floating debts, and of its 
operations of each for 1886. For all the leading lines, statements are given 
covering the results of their operations for a series of years. The vast 
amount of information called for and given has rendered necessary the pub- 
lication of the " Dibectoby" as the proper Supplement to the ^* Manual,'* 
which already includes 1,100 pages, and increases in number with each 

successive year. 

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ZLUI 

Geo. Wsstinghousb, Jr., Prtstdent, T. W. Welsh, Supt. John Caldwbll, Tnas, 

W. W. Card, Secretary. H. H. Wbstinghouse, Gemral Agent, 



TECS 



WESTINGflOUSE AlR BRAKE CO, 

Pittsburgh^ Pa.^ U. 8. -4., 



MANUFACTURERS OF THE 



WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC BRAKE. 



The ^VESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC BRAKE is 
now in use on 1B,000 engines and 128,000 cars in all 
parts of the -world. This includes 48,000 freight cars. 

The WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC BRAKE is 
the only continuous brake that has been successfully used 
on freight trains. 

THE AUTOMATIC BRAKE frill, in consequence of its quick application, stop a 
train in the least possible distance. 

THE AUTOMATIC BRAKE on freight trains, as in passenger service, applies 
itself instantly to all parts of the train in the event of the train breaking into two or more 
parts, a feature of great importance in view of the statistics published in the Railroad GautUy 
which show conclusively that a majority of the collisions are caused by the breaking in two 
of trains. (See Railroad Gautte, Feb. 12, 1886, page 113.) 

THE A UTOMA TIC BRAKE also applies itself to every car in the train, in the 
event of any accident to the break apparatus of such a nature that it would render any non- 
automatic continuous brake inoperative. 

THE AUTOMATIC BRAKE can be applied from the rear or from any portion of 
the train, if desired. 

THE AUTOMATIC BRAKE will effect an increase of at least twenty-five per cent, 
in the efficient value of freight rolling stock, owing to the quicker time that can be made on 
the road, and the avoiding of delay at stations and sidings. Freight trains carrying perish- 
able goods are being daily run on passenger schedules. 

THE A UTOMA TIC BRAKE, applied to freight cars, avoids the flattening of wheels 
and effects a jrearly saving, in this item alone, nearly equal to the first cost of the apparatus* 

THE A UTOMA TIC BRAKE will prevent a greater part of the accidents to freight 
trains which form so large an item of expense in railway management. 

THE AUTOMA TIC BRAKE will save employes from the danger and exposure to 
which 'they are now subjected, having to ride on the tops of cars in cold and stormy 
weather, and often sacrificing their lives in the discharge of their duties. 

THE AUTOMA TIC BRAKE is simple in construction and operation, and cheaply 
maintained, the working parts being combined in one piece of mechanism. 

THE AUTOMATIC BRAKE is not an experiment, but is the result of many yean 
practical experience, and Its capabilities are well known to all railway managers. 



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OP 



RAILWAY OFFICIALS 



•t----- 



1. List of Officers of Railroads in United States and Canada, 



Note.— In this list the corporate officers of companies whose lines are operated by other organizations 
throngh lease or other agreement are not given. 

The small figares (>, s, ', ^, etc.) attached to the names of officers in this List designate additional dutlA as 
follows :— Those marked ^ have charge of General Ticket and Passenger Departments ; ^ are those to whom 
Ticket Reports should be addressed ; * are those to whom Kemittauces for Balances should be made ; * arc 
those on whom Drafts for Balances should be drawn ; * are Purchasing Agents ; * have charge of General Bag- 
gage Departments ; "> report Mileage of Car Service ; " are those to whom Oar Service Reports should be sent ; 
* are chose to whom Remittances tor Balances on account of Car Service should be made ; lo are those on whom 
Drafts for Balances on account of Cor Service shoald be drawn ; i* are those to whom Car Tracers should be 
addressed and movements reported. 

An asterisk (*) following the name or title of any official denotes that balances, etc., are paid by voucher. 

A dagger (t) following the name or title of any official indicates that balances are settled through the Rail- 
way Clearing House, Boston, Mass. 

Reference should be made to Table of Coptents for information not contained in this list. 



1 Addison Sc Northern PennsvlTanla 

Rt.— Addison to Galeton, 40 miles, with oranch, 6 
miles. 



6 Albert Ry.—Salisbory to Hopewell, 50 miles. 



1 Thomas C. Piatt. . . 

5 Wm. Brookfield... 
8 W. C.Sheldon* «.. 
4 James B. Jones . . 

6 F. M. Bakeri ? « " 
6 J. P. Wright 



iY«*.<fti?<o't>>iNew York, N. Y. 
Viee-President " " 



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1 W. W. Durant 

2Q. T. M. Davis 

8 John T. Banker 

4 C.E. Durkee» a » 4 t 8 
6 C. R. Eastman 

6 Jacob Meyers 

7 J. J. Traver 









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Secretary . . . 
G.S.,F.aP.A. 
Road MasUr 

General office, Addison, N.Y. Transier office, 4 Wall 
St., New York. 

2 AdlroDdaek Ry.— Saratoga Springs to North 
Creek, 60 miles. 

Pres.& O.Mgr.'Seyr York, N. Y. 

Vice President 

Trea9. A See.. 

O.S.dG.T.A.. 

A.. S. db a. j£. 

Mast, Mech... 

Mast. Car B'r. 

General office, SO Nassau St., New York. 

3 Alabama Great Sonthern Ry. 

See Queen and Crescent Route. 

4 Alabama. Neiv^ Orlean*^ 
Paelfle Junction Railways Co. iLimited).— 
Controlling the following lines of railroad : Cincin- 
nati Southern Ry. (Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas 
Pacific Ry. Co., leHsees),New Orleans and Northeastern 
RR, Vicksburg and Meridian RR.. and Vicksbnrg, 
Shreveport and Pacific R.R, which lines in connection 
with the Alabama Great Southern Ry. form what is 
known as the <|neen and Crescent Ronte, 
which see. 

6 Albemarle and Raleigh RR. 

S§$ Atlantic Coast Line. 



1 R. T.Clinch , 

2 Alfred Ray 

8 G. A. Robinson... 

4 James McKay , 

6 Hans Larsen 



President 

Secretary 

Mar. A Par. A. 
ifasUrMecJi.. 
Road Master.. 



St. John, N. B. 



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7 Allegan and Lake Sliore RR.— Allegan 
to Cherhue, 7 miles ; extension projected, 18 miles. 



1 Wm. S. Dewing . . . 
2Chas. A. Dewing*. 
8 J. H. Dewing 



Pres. dk Mgr . 
Sec. A Treas.. 
CMifJSnff.... 



Kslamssoo, Mich. 



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Philadelphia. Pa. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 



Texas and 



8 Allefflieny Valley RR.— Pittsburgh to Oil 
City, 182 miles ; branches, 128 miles. 

1 John Scott I Id^^^^^- J Pittsburgh, Pa. 

2 W. H. Barnes f---!'**<^'^^'-- i ' " " 

8 John Scott \President 

4 T. R. Robinson* » *\Sec. A Treas. . 
6 David McCargo.. . . i Oen. Supt 

- • - G. F.A P. A. 

Auditor 

Supt. R. Div.. 
Supt. L. G. D. 
Master Medi.. 
tSngineer. . . . 
Mast. CarB'r.. 
MaU.C. Paint. 
Car Account.. 



6E. H.Utley* 

7 Theo. F. Brown^ «. 

8 Charles B. Price. . . 

9 S. B. Rnmsey 

10 John C. Glass 

11 Frank Ashmdad... 

Vi John Cowan 

18 John P. Stroud.... 
14 W.K.McKlroy' » " 

16 H. D.Mason 

16 A. M. Hassler 






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Verona, Pa. 
Pittsbnrg. Pa. 
Verona, Pa. 



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Pay Clerk .... 

17 Supervisors.— A. B. Kerr, Johnston Station. Pa.; 
H. B. Bradley, Emlenton, Pa.; Martin Phalen, Rey- 
noldsyitle, Pa. 

General office, 11th and Pike Sts.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



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See note of explanation above. 



Ill C. IDBSE, H. 1. QEIT, mm HIBSTTH, Wm SFEICEB, 

Pmidcnl. S*b')> ind Trut. MiMgtr. QaMnl Attnl 



The Union Steel Company, 

C IH I O .A.C3- O , ILIi., 

Md 2V VFACTURERS OF 

Steel Rails. Pig Iron, Etc. 



302 to 304 First National Ashland Avenue and 

Bank Buildingf. Thirty-first Street. 

OHIO^OO » PL. ZCE BA.R S£IIL.r.. 



MORRIS SELLERS &; CO. 

Sole Proprietors sad MKniif&cturere of the Celebrated 




OFFICE: No. 6 ASHLAND BLOCK, CHICAGO. 

The ■'BBnaon" la nsde botb In the plain and Anale forai, fltllog any nectlon of rail. 
Ther are loM bT Ibe pair dbIt. ■! ■ rrlce osl excecdInK (bat at Ihe srdlnBrT Bar IIiiIbi: the 
■aHeKctloa of Pnil. Each pair of the "SAMSON" will have a tBaranteed IhlckneH at the 
rail jolni Df BOt lea* than oae-half Inch sreaier tbaa the ordinary Bbthi aad at ao Brekier 

7,754,911 Bsrs to late, Feb. 1, 1887, einal to 11,011 Miles of Track. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



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9 Ameriensy Preston and LnnipklB 

RR.— Americutf to Antioch, 48 miles, and ander con- 
struction to Gk'orgeiown, 15 miles additional. 

1 S. II HawkinB < President. 

2 J. M. Scott 

8 T. N. Hawked... 
4J. N.Bass 

5 B. H. Uardaway . . . 

6 C. B. Wilbam. . . 



1 Vice-PreMdent 
\8ec. tC" IVtat.. 



Gen. Supt 

Chitf Erujin'r 
Oen. Agent... 



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10 AncleseaRR*— Anglesea Junction to Holley 
Beach, 8 mllea. 



t J. Alfred Bodine... i^^sedv^. 
3 JohnT. Rjan.... 

3 T. D. Westcott . . 

4 E. Westcott 



Camden, N. J. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Camden, N. J. 



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President 

Sec. A Tfea*.. 
Supetintettd^t. 

General office, Camden, N. J. 

It Anaapolls and RalUmore Short 
I«lne RR.— Annapolin to Baltimore, 28 miles. 

1 H. P. Underhill. . . . \Pres. cfc 7V«a#. .Baltimore, Md. 

3 J. S. Bicker Vice-Preiident\PoTavaA, Me. 

3 D. Lmthicnm j Seeretaru . . . . | Baltimore, Md. 

General office, Baltimore, Md. 

12 Annapolis, l¥aabln8:Con and Balti- 
more RR.— Annapolis to Annapolis Junction, 21 
miles. 



1 Jno. W. Brown.. 

2 W. G. Bowdoin... 
8 J H. Brown* • ". 

4 J. L Beall 

5 W.King. 



Pr€9. dfc ifi7r..< Baltimore, Md. 
Treamrtr ... 



(fen. T. it F. A. 

Sfast.Mech 

Hood Master... 



Annapolis, Md. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Crownsville, Md. 



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General office, Annapolis, Md. 



13 Annlston and Atlantic RR.—Anniston 
to Sylacanga, 68 miles. 



Anniston, Ala. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Anniston, Ala. 



1 A. L. Tyler President 

2 Sidney F. Tyler. . . . Vlce-Piesident 

3 D. T. Parker Jreas.AA.Stc. 

4 Thos. K. Scott SuptrihtsndH. 

.5 J. H. Watters \Mast. Transp. 

6 W. W. Porterfleld . . \Suptrvisor. . . . 

14 Antwerp and Paulding RR.— Antwerp 
to Panlding. 6 miles, 

1 T. G. Fitzsimmons., /'/'£«{ (/«n^ i Antwerp, Ohio. 



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Secretary 

Gen. Manager. 
Parch. Agent. 
Road Master. . 



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8 John Panlson 

4 E. C. Monson 

5 W. Fitzsimmon8,Jr. 

6 F. Barney dean 

15 Arizona and IVeiv mexlco Ry.— Lords- 

hurg to Clifton, 71 miles. 

1 Lawrence Rosscll. . ' President ClilUm, Ariz. 

2M.J. Egan \ Vice-President 

8 W. H. Jones* « » * ^\s. &T.& G.S. 
4 James Forbes Road Master . . 



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General office, Clifton, Ariz. Locomotive and Car 
Repair Shops at Clifton, Ariz. 

1 6 Arizona Narrow Gh nge RR.— Projected 
from Tucson to Globe, Ariz., 105 miles, of which 15 
miles completed. 

President 

G.M.iSillng'r. 

Secret ary 

AMif't Sec 

Trt usurer 

Ast'l Treat.. 

17 Arizona IVIlneral Rett KR. — Projected 
from Flagstaff, on A. <fc P. RB., to Benson, Aris., 390 
miles. 

1 J.W.Eddy 

3 A. A. McDoneli. . 

3 G. E. While 

4 J. P. Whitehead. 



1 W. n. Culver 

3 W.W.Walker.... 

3 Chas. E. Walker. . 

4 Thos. H. Wag»taff 

5 Geo. Pusch 

6 C. S. Coler 



Flasstaff, Ariz. 



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V.P.dfJSTLCTns 
Secretary. . . 
JYeantrer . 

18 Arkansas and Lovtslana Ry.— Hope to 
Nashville, 37 miles. 

1 W. H. Carmth. \Pret. db TVeo*. I Washington, Ark. 

3 R. B. William* \Seentary. .. 



tinued. 

8 J. D. Beardsley.... Gin. Manager. 

4 H. H. Wheleas. ..\Avditar 

6 John Daily \Road Matt4r.. 

19 Arkanaae midland RR. 

endon, 50 miles. 

1 A. H. Johnson* * 

3 J. J. Homor 

8 8. H. Homor 

4 K. C. Homor. . . 

5 J. B. Johnson.. . 



and Lottiatana Ry.— Con- 
Washington, Ark. 



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A. B. Paddock. . . 
J.L. WorChley.. 



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9 WUIiamKelle'y.... 
10 A. J. Strickland... 



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VU0-Prsiktent 

SeerHary 

Tr^amrtr. 



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G.Ft.AP9.\, 
Agt.AAnd. f 
Om, 'ITU.Aot. 
Mast. Oar BW. 
For. Loco.Rpr 
Boad Master.. 



.Helena to Clar- 
Helena, Ark. 



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20 Arkansas Valley Route.— Composed of 
the lines named below. 

GCZSRAL OriBATINO OFFICERS. 



1 Henry Wood 

3 J. A. Woodson^ •.. 
8 A. L. Horner* 11... 

4 A. J. Lambom^ » ". 
6 A, V. Stafford* *•»• 
6 F. Hufsmith 



Cfen. Manoger\Lin\Q Rock, Ark. 

Traffic Man. 

Superint€tidU.\ 

Auditor 

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Cashier 

Mas. M. it C.Br 

COBPORATB AND DIVISION OfFICEUS. 

(a) Little Bock and Fort Smith ify.— Argenta to Fort 
Smith, 165 miles, with branches, 3 miles. 



1 Jos. H. Converse 

2 Jesse Turner 

8 Jos. Karopman . . 
4 C. F. ShiUaber. . 
6 T. M. Gibson... 

6 A. Ball 

7 J. Malone 

8 I. R. Higgins . . 
R. D. Reynolds. 



President. .. . Boston, Mass. 
Vice-President Van Buren. Ark. 
7>ir.<ft2Vn.^'f Boston. Mass. 

Secretary {Little Rock. Ark. 

Land Oomm'r *' 

Forem.Lo.Bpr Argenta, Ark. 
Fore. Car Rprs 
Boad Master. 
Gen. Agent... 



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New Orleans, La. 
Transfer office. 



9 

General office. Little Kock, Ark. 
Boston, Mass. 

(*) LittU Bock Junction By.— Argenta, to Little Rock, 
1 mile, connecting •* a " ana *' c." 

1 F. Gordon Dexter. . PreHdent Boston, Mafs. 

8 Joseph Kampman. . i Treasurer l 

8 C. F. Shillaber [Secretary. | Little Rock, Ark. 

General office, Little Rock, Ark. Transfer office, 
Boston, Mass. 

(c) Little Bock. Mississippi River and Texas Bp.— 
Little Rock to Arkansas City, 118 milct<>, with branches, 
67 miles. 



1 Jay Gould 

2 Henry Wood. 
8 P. Southers.. 
4 Chas. Russell 



Owner Now York, N. Y. 

Ant .for Parch. Little Kock, Aik. 
Fort. Cr. Bitr. Ark. City, Ark. 
Road Master. . Little Rock, Ark. 

General office, Little Rock, Ark. Transfer office, 
Boston, Mass. 

21 Arteela, Star kvUle and Grenada RR. 

—Proposed line irom Artesia to Grenada, Mii«s., 81 
miles, including 13 miles completed from Artesia to 
Starkville, which is owned by the M. & O. RR. 



Presidtnt I Starkville, Miss. 

Treasurer ... 



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Secretary. .. 

Chief Engin'r Memphis, Tenn. 



1 L. D. McDowell 

3 A.M.Maxwell 

3 H. C. Powers 

4 R. H. £lliott 

General office, Starkville, Miss. 

23 AetaeTlUe and Spartanburg RR. 

See Bichmond and West Point Terminal. 

23 Aaihland Coal and Iron Ry.— Ashland 
to Denton, 23 miles. 



1 John Means 

2 John G. Peebles 

8 Robert Peebles*.. ^ 



President' | Ashland, Ky. 

Tlce-/VMtkf6n^ Portsmouth, O. 



t5^~ See note of explanation on first page. 

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^A HEAVY RAILS, 
LIGHT RAILS, 

'^^\ Railway 

Fastenings, 
STREET 




OFFICE : 

218 South Fourth Street, 



^^ Works: Johnstown, Pennsylvania. \ # 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



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Gm. 8. S G.M, Ashland, Ky. 
ActgAst'tSuptl •' •^ 

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28 Asblaad Coal and Iron By.— Cbn^inued. 

4 D. Patniun, Jr.... 

5 Frank Coles 

6 E. M. Rob«'rta.... 

7 O. Brainard ^Fkyrem. Or.Ttpr 

8 Ja8,M. Haghes.. ^ ^^^^ Bridffes.\ f 
General office, Ashland, Ky. 

24 Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe BR. 

—Main Linea. Atchison, Kan., to Pueblo. Col.. 619 
miles ; La JonU, Col , to El Paso, Tex., 601 miles ; 
For extensions, branches, etc , etc., see ** Poor's Man- 
ual of Railroads." 



1 William B SrroDc. 

a C. W. Smith 

8 A. A. Robinson... 
4 G.O. Manchester . . 
6 E. Wilder' <• »«.. 

6 Qeo. L. Goodwin.. 

7 J. P. Wbitehead.. 

8 J. F. Ooddard 

9 Don A. Sweet 

10 Joseph Leeds 

11 J. O. Phllllppi.. .. 

n W. F.White 

18 O. T. Nicholson.. 

14 D.J.Chase 

15 A. S. Johnson 

16 A. C. Armstrong.. 

17 M. W. Osborne 

18 H. C. Clements*.. 

19 R. B. Gemmell.... 

20 CM. Fonlks 

SI Lewis Kingman... 

28 J. M. Meade 

88 W.W. Alien 

94 M. W. Osborne..] 

25 P. Walsh 

96 Geo. Hackney 

27 G. A Hancock .... 

28 H. M. Perry 

29 Geo. W. McCrary. 

30 Geo.R. Peck 

81 A. A. Hard 

82 A.P.WilderTi»i.. 

83 A. A. Glasier 



PreHcUnf. Boston, Mass. 

l*<F.-P.<ft<?.AriTopcka, Kan. 
2dV.-P.<tC.it.\ ** 
Ex€ctiUv€ 5;ie.;Bo8ton, Mass. 
See. db Treeur. Topeka, Kan. 
As. Sec. it A. T. Boston, Mass. 
Comp.dG.Au 



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Agt. Gen. Man. 
AfsHTra/Jlgr 
Gtn. Fgt. Agt. 
Ast.G. Fgt. A. 
G.Ps. <fe Tk.A. 
A.G.P.& T.A. 
Spt. Transpoi't 
Land A Tax C 
Pureh. Agent. 
SuRdyABdgs 

Auditor 

Sup. o/Teleg'h 
Claim Agent 
A. E. Con. Dept 
A.E.Oper.Dep 
S. Fuel A Min4 
Spt. Rdy. A 
Buildings . . 
Gen. Bag. Agt 
Sitpt. Maeh... 
Ast.Sup.Mach. 
Mast. Car. Br 
Gen. C^nsd... KaiatLB City, 'Ho. 
Gen. iSMia/or.' Topeka, Kan. 
Sol. far Kan.. " " 



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DiTISIOlf Officuis. 

Z\ Division Master Mechanics.- John Fagan, Atchi- 
son, Kan.; H. P. Olcott, Argentine. Kau.; Aified Tay- 
lor, Emporia, Kan.; Henry Giegoldt, Nlckersoo, Kan.; 
R. H. Brisrgit Cnolidge. Kan.; A. C. Stiles, La Jnnta, 
Col.; W. L Hoffecker. Raton, N. M., and Las Vegas, N. 
M. ; E. Hockett, San Marcial, N. M. 

85 Division SuperiPtendtnfs.—C. L. Nichols, Ass*t 
Supt., Topeka Kan.; H. R. Nickerson, Newton, Kan.; 
CM. Rathbum, La Junta, Col.; Charles Dyer, Las 
Vegas, N. M.; George L. Sands, San Mareial, N. M. 

36 J. C Sheahan | Super.B.AB. | Topeka, Kan. 

87 Boad Masters.— Qeorgt Weight, Topeka, Kan.; T. 
Moriarty, Topeka, Kan.; A. Hailey^ Emporia. Kan.; 
I. H. Stettler, Emporia, Kan. ; O. J. Lockle, Kewton, 
Kan.; P. Peters, Newton, Kan.: G. B. Moore, Great 
Bend, Kan.; Ed. Marshall, Coolidge. Kan.; J. M. Wood- 
ard, La Jnnta, Col.; J. A. Griffltts. Trinidad. Col ; 
Ed. Raymond, Florence, Kan.; Dan Elliott, Laa Vegas, 
N. M.; H. U. Madge, Las Vegafi, N. M.: J. G. Hatcbin- 
son, Socerro, N. M.; J. B. Anstin, San Mareial, N. M. 

a. PASaBMOBB AOIXTS. 



1 W. L.Malcolm.... 

2 F.W.Irving 

8 A. W. Middleton.. 
4S. W. Manning.... 
6 J.W. Donald 

6 O. M. Chandler . . . 

7 HenryFamum 

8 Geo. W. Pangborn 

9 Frank Bowman. . . 

10 Charles B. Sqaires. 

11 H. G. Krake 



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! PassengsrAgt. 

City Pass. Agt. 
' New Una. Agt. 

Trav. AgerU.. 

Trav. Agent . 
iPassengti'Agt. 

Fgt.APass.A. 
'TVar. Agent.. 

Trav. Agent.. 
i General .^^sn^iClneinoatl, O. 



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Buflklo. N. Y. 



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Passenger Agt. Indianapolis, Ind. 
Osnsrm ./iaei}tChicago,Ill. 
CUyPass,Agt.\ 
Passenger Agt.\T>etroit^ Mich. 
PaM0n^r.i^<.;Milwaakee, Wis. 
iViMen£er.^(7^.,B]uomington, 111. 
Fgt.APassAg.\Dm Moines, la 



24 Atetalsony Topeka and Santa Pe BB.— 

Passenoxr ha^TST^.— Continued. 

19 Geo. T. Gnnnip . . . i Passenger Agt, I Cincinnati, O. 

18£. F. Slason °- ° — ^-* .m.-*..-,-- m. 

14F. T. Hendiy 

15Chas. H. Wood.... 

16 Geo. Hagenbach.. 

17 G. E. GlMan 

18 J. M. Connell 

19 J J. Devereax 

20S.M. Osgood 

21 Geo. Chambers. . . . 

22 C. W. Stoyer 

28J. L. Blair 

24N. T. Spoor 

26H. E. Moss 

26 W.J. Janney 

27W. R. Peabody.... 

28E. L. Palmer 

99 A. P. Tanner 

80 G. D. Maxfleld 

81 E. F. Burnett 

82 Otto Faas 

83 S. V. Derrah 



Trav. Agent.. 
Trav. Agent.. 
Die. Pass. Agt. 
General Agent 
Passenger Agt. 
Passenger Agt. 
General Agent 
Trav. Agent. . 
General Agent 
Trav. Agent. 
Trav.Pass.Ag. 
PassengerAgt, 
Solic. Agent. . 



Cedar Rapids, la. 
Des Moines, la. 
Minneapolis, Min. 
Kansaa City, Mo. 



Atchison, Kan. 
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8» P. J. Flynn ...... I General' Ageni 

86 F. CGay Dist.FAP.A. 



anH. B. Keeler 

87 John L. Trnslow.. 

88 S. N. Townshend.. 

89 Edw. Horen 



Dist.F.A P.A. 
G.West.Ps.Aff. 
Far. Agent.... 
SpHIm.Agt, 



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Denver, Col. 



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Wichita, Kan. 
S. Francisco, Cal. 
Topeka, Kan. 
Las Vegas, N. M. 



b. Fbuobt Aosmts. 



1 C. D Simonson 

2W. H.Williams.... 
8 Geo. W. Pangborn. 

4 S. M. Osgood 

6F. C Gay 

6H. B. Keeler 

7 C B. Jones 

8 W. H. H. Llewelyn 

(<:) The Southern Kansas By. Co.— 
lines, 549.8 miles. 

1 J. L. Barnes * ■ ^K.Superin/epd't. 



CalifomiaAgt 
Contracting A. 
Fat. A Pass. A. 
Fgt. A Pass. A. 
Dist.F.AP.A. 
Dist.F.A P.A. 
Live SfoctAgt. 
.Live StockAgt. 



New York.N.Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Des Moines, la. 
Las Vegas, N. M. 
Wichita, Kan. 
Topeka. Kan. 
LaaCraces, N.M. 

Total length of all 



2S. B.Hynes... 

8 C W.Cook 

4B. A.Amb]er>«*io 

5J.H. Hill 

6M. N.Wells 

7H.C. Whitehead*. 
8 A. C. Armstrong..,P«ircA. Agent.\ 
9M.K. Fleming... ~ 

lOT.D Volk 

11 W.W. Allen 

12 J. D. Hildebrand.. 
18 G. L. McDonongh. 

14 E. Coman 

15 W D. Hynes 



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Cae.APaym'r. 
Supt. Tdeg,.. 

Wnginetr 

Auditor 

Topeka, 
Gen. Bag 'Agt. Cherry vale, 
Mast.Mech. . . . 'Ottawa, 
Fuel Agent, . . . |Topeka, 
Boad Master.. Ottawa, 
Oen.Trav. Ag.Si. Louis. Mo. 
Trav. Agent.. Kanras City, Mo. 
Trav. A^en^.ilndianspolis.lnd. 
16 J. Halderman | Trav. Agent. . !Colnmbas, O. 

Sonera System. Benson, A. T., to Gnaymas, Mex., 
858 miles, oonslsting of the— 

(flf) New Mexico and Arizona i?i7.— Nogales to Ben- 
son, 68 miles. 

1 W. B. Strong \PreHdent .... 

2C W. Smith \ General Mgr. 

8 E. Wilder ^See.ATYeas. 

4 G. L. Goodwin As.S.AAs. Tr. 

5 J. P Whitehead .... Com.AG.Aud 

6 H. C Clements Auditor . . . 

7 J. H. Srott I Superintend'' t. 

8 W. E. Walsh \Ass't Auditor. 

(e) Sonora i?ai/iMiy.— Gnaymas to Nogales,Mex., 965 
miles. 



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Topeka, Kan. 
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2C. W. Smith 

8 Robert R. Symon. 
4G. L. Goodwin... 

5 E. Wilder 

6 A. A. Robinson 

7 J. H. Scott 

8 J. P. Whitehead... 
9Ras8eIl Elliott.... 

10 S.H. Davis 



President 

AsiV.P.AG.M. 
Yiee-President 
See. A Treas.. 
As.Sec.AA.T. 
Gen. Manaaer 
AssHGen.Mgr. 

Auditor 

AssH Auditor. 
Gen.F.AP.A. 



'Boston, Mass. 
I Topeka, Kan. 
New York, N. Y. 
Boston. Mass. 
Topeka, Kan. 



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Boston, Mass. 
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24 AtehlsoD* Topeka and Santa Fe RR.— 

Sonera Rauwoff.^ Continued. 



11 L. H. Waugh 

12 Lawrence Storm.. 

13 John Diecorabe 

14W.T. Richards. . 

15 Geo. Montague 

16 G. B. Montandon. 



Master Mech. . IGuaymas, Mez. 

For.CarShoptf] 

For. Rep. Fardilmuris, Mex. 

Resident Eng. Gnaymas, Mez. 

Road Master.. \ 

Road Master. . ! Benson, A. T. 



(/) CMeago^ Kansas and Western RR.—'Sew oTganSui- 
tlon, nnder which extensions in Kansas are being built 
by the Atchison CompaDy. See.**Poor^s Manual of 
Railroads.'* 



1 Joab Mnlvanc 

2 J. P. Griswold. . . . 
8 E. Wilder* ♦»»»... 
4G. L. Goodwin 

5 C. W. Smith 

6 J. P. Whitehead : . 

7 A. A. Robinson 

8H. C. Clemcnus... 
9J. F. Goddard.. . 

10 Geo. R. Peck 

11 A. C. Armstrong. . . 

12 Geo. Hackney 

13D. J. Chase 

14M. W. Osborne .. 

15 A. 8. Johnson 

16 Don A. Sweet 

17 W. P. White 

18J.8. Leeds 

19C.M. Fonlks 

20A,P.Wilder^»»».. 

21 W. W. Allen 

28 R. B. Garnisell 



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Vice-President 
Sec. cf; Treas.. 
A.Sec.itA.Tr 
Qen. Manager 
Com.iSt O.Aud 
ChitfEngin'r 

Auditor 

Ass'tOen.Man 
Oen. Solicitor. 
Purch. AqenL 
Supt. of Mach. 
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Oen. TaxOom. 
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{jg) Leavenworth, T^p^ka and Southttfsstem /?y.~Leay- 
enworth.to Meridcn Junction, 46 miles. Owned by 
Atchison and Union Pacific Companies. 

1 W. B. Strong. . . 
2F G. DfXter... 
8 G. L. Goodwin. . 
4E. Wilder .... 
6 C. W. Smith. . . . 
« J. P. Whitehead. 
7H. C. Clements.. 



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Vice-President 
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Union Pacific Companies. 



IP. G. Dexter.... 
2W. B. Strong... 
8G. L. Goodwin.. 

4E. WUder 

6C. W. Smith 

6 J. P. Whitehead. 



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46 miles. Owned by A., T. & S. Fe, and St. L. & 8. F. 
RR. Cos. 



1 E. W. Kinsley. 

2 T. C. Wales « * 
8G. L. Goodwin 

4 Frank M. Hill « 

5 J. P. Whitehead 
• A. F. Ltcke 



President..., i Boston, Mnss. 
S.Tr.ALoc.A. iWichlta, Kan. 
Ass^t Tr^as. . . iBorton, Mas<*. 
5«p/.^'.<ftP.v4. Wichita, Kan. 
fkrni. d' O.Aud Boston, Mass. 
Trans. Agent. WicbitA^ Kan. 

General ofticcs (A., T. A S. F. RR.), Topeka, Kan. 
Financial office, 95 Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

26 Atlanta and l¥eat Point RR. 

See Western Ry. of Alabama, 

26 Atlantic Coast Line .—Composed of the 
lines named bvlow. 

Genbral Operating Offickrs. 



IH. Walters \V.P.& G. Mr. 

2 J. F. Divine ' Gen. Supt 

8 Sol. Haas TraMcm 

4 T. M. Emerson . . 
6J.H.Hill... 



Wilmington. N.C. 



Traffic Man. . . ; Richmond. Va. 
Gen.Ft.&P.A. Wilmington N.C. 
G€n,Bag, Agt. Richmond, Va. 



26 Atlantic Coast Line— Gbkxbal Opxratihg 
Officbrs. — Oontinved. 



6J.R.Kenly Supt. Trans.. 

7 W. A. Riach » » « »» ^en ^wrfitor. . 

8 B. R Dnnn i Kng. o/R'way 

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12 Waldo A. Pearce. 

18F.B. Pfice 

14G.R Needham... 

15 A. L. Reed .. 

16 C. W. Harwood. 

17C. C. West 

18 W. W. Davios . . . 



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Philadelphia. Pa. 
Baltimore, Md. 
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Richmond, Va. 
Charleston, 8. C. 
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(a) Albemarle and Raleigh i?i?.— Williamsion to Tar- 
boro. 82 miles. 



1 H. R. Baltzer 

2 J. W. Thompson.. 
8 J. F. Post, Jr 



President. , . . 
Sec. A Treas.. 
Ass'tSee.A Tr, 



New York, N. Y. 
Wilmington, N.C. 



General office, Wilmington, N. C. 

(6) Chsraw and DarlingtonRR.-FloTcnce to Cheraw, 
40 miles ; and 

(<r) Cheraw and Salisbury RR.—Chet&w to Wades- 
boro, 25 miles. 

Officers of Both Railroads. 



1 A. F. Ravenel... 
2J. H. Mclvers«. 

8G.G Lynch 

4 J. E. Kelly 



President 

Sec. A Treas.. 
Matt.ofTrans. 
Road Master.. 



Cbarleftoo, S. C. 
Society Hill, S. a 
Florence, S. C. 
Cheraw, 8. C. 



General office, Cheraw, S. C. 

(d ) North Eastern J?i7.— Charleston to Florence, 102 
miles. 



1 A. P. Ravenel.... ••. 

2 B. S Rhett» «•»«.... 
8 C. Wllllman 

4 W. N. Royall 

5 G. B. Newcomb 



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(e) Petersburg i?i2.— Petersburg to Weldon, 61 miles. 

President Richmond, Va. 



1 John B. Palmer. . . 

2 M. W. Yarring 

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8 R.M.Sully 

4 W. A. Riach»«.. . 

5 W. R.Jones 



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DivisionSupt. 

Auditor 

AssHAud... 
General office, Richmond, Va. 

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Petersburg, 28 miles. 



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Wilmington.N.C. 
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8 R. »I. Sully ' JWt). Supt. . . 

4 W. A. Riach« • lAudUor Wilmington. N.C. 

6 W. R. Jones .AsuH Aud | Richmond, Va. 

6 John O'Brien ^MasUr Mech. . 

7 H. M. Robinson.. .. Road Master. .\Bockj Mt, N. C. 

(General office, Richmond, Va. 

(g) Wilmington and Weldon i?J2.— Wilmington to 
Weldon, 162 miles, with branches, 59 miles ; and 

(h) Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta i?i?.~Wil- 
mington to Columbia, 102 mlle^. 

Officers of both Rau^roads. 



1 R. R. Bridgers 

2 B. F. Newcomer. . . 

8 W. T. Walters 

4 J. W. Thompson 1 
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6 Jas. F. Post, Jr. .. 

6 John R. Latta 

7 James Knight. ... 

8 John Bissett 



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V.P.W.C.dbA 

See. A Treas, 

Ass*t Treas.... 
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—RaUivad OaeetU. 



NOW IN PREPARATION. 



To be issued early ui June, 1887. 

THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL NUMBER OF 

PooR'8 Manual 



OF THE 



Railroads of the DnM States, 

CANADA AND MEXICO. 



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THE fortbooming number of tbis standard work will be the most complete and 
comprehensive edition ever issued. The high character of the Manual is uni- 
versally recognized wherever there is any interest in American Railways. This 
is due to the g;reat elaboration with which the statements of our 
Railroads are prepared. 

With eacli number some new feature is introduced. New Maps are now being 
specially engraved by the American Bank Note Company. 

Other new features now in the Manual are, (1) a statement showing the range of stock 
and bond values for eight years ; (2) a statement showing the rates of dividends paid for a 
like period ; (3) statements showing dividends paid by all railroads since their organization ; 
and (4) a statement showing details of the lines which have been merged into other roads. 

More extended reference to these new features will be found elsewhere in this 
Directory. 

The cost of the Manual has been greatly increased by the addition of maps and the 
elaboration of the statements above referred to ; but, notwithstanding this, the price of the 
work remains the same. 

IS** Its cost is $6.00, delivered free. 

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36 Atlantle Coast I<lne~0rFiC£B8 of both 
Railroadb.— Continued. 

9 J. H. Davis -j ^'''-^^y^^^lWilmiDgtoii.N.C. 

10 W. H. Day j j ^'^'^"ji^R'}' \ \ Florence, B. C. 

11 A. N. Freeland. . . . j R.M., W. C.iA Sumter, S. C. 

18 John Barry LR. M.,W.&. »V. Wilmington, N.C. 

18 B, F. Murphy | Mast. Car Pain 

14 E. F. Casou ,8torek*eper ...\ ** " 

Genera] office, Wilmington, N. C. 

27 Atlantle and DauTllIe Ry.— Claremont 
to Bellfleld, Va., 55 miles. 

1 B. D. Tillar .President Hlckaford, Va. 

2 Thomas Kwlng ' Vice-President. New York, N. T. 

a W.G.Elliott... 

4 N. Barrues 

5 E. L. Bnrmes.... 
«P. Fleetwood.... 



Sec. <fe -SWid^or .Norfolk, Va. 

Treasurer " ** 

Auditor . . Hicksford. Va. 
Gen. Manager. ' Waverly, Va, 

General office, Hiclulord, Va. 



.98 Atlantic and North Carolina RR.— 

Morehead City to Goldsboro, 95 milea. 

1 Washington BryttJi*, President Newbwn, N. C. 

2 F. C. Boberts* « • ^^.\See. A Treas.A " *' 



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4 S.L.D11P 3' »«»... L4t/dito>- 

5 J. W. Webb* \8upt. Teleg.. . . \ 

ti Basil Manly .Supt M.P.&M.\ 

7 Jacob Taylor ^Mast. Car B"r.\ 

8 C. L. Kinsley i Engineer 

9 S.W.Howard \ Road Master . .\ 

29 Atlantic and Pacific RR.—Albaqnerqne 
to Mojave, 815 miles. 




























1 Henry C. Natt . . . 

2 E. P. WinAlow.... 

3 W. B. Strong 

4 Geo. L. Sands.. .. 

5 H. W. Gardiner. . . 

6 D. L. Gallnp 

7 L. H. Northrupa i 

Till (■ 

8 C. A. Hawks' V» 10 

9 F. M. Crocker 

10 W. A. Bissell* «. . . 

11 W. B. Biddle 

19 Geo. F. Brydon.... 

13 H. C. Bnsh 

14 J. S. Inglis 

15 W. A.Bi8sell.... j 

18 F. F. Berry 

17 J.A.Williamson.. 

18 R. A. Matthews. .. 

19 George Hackney.. 
80 A. C. Armstrong.. 

21 C. L Mixer 

22 Andrew Smith. . 

28 L H.Polk 

24T.M.Daly ... . 
25 B. C. Bosworth.. 
28 B.F. Caldwell... 

27 T. Ainsworth.... 

28 A. B. Oerrander. 

29 Z. Gervais 

80 J. H. Kubns.... 



President jBoston. Mass. 

VicePreHdent.'Svw York, N. Y. 
2d Vice-Pres.. Boston, Mass. 



Superintend^. 
Sec. A Treas. . 
Auditor 

Act. Auditor.. 

Cashier 

Paymaster 

Gen.F.dP.A. 

AssH O.F.Agt. 

Ass'tO.P.Agt. 

A.,A.APFPL 

CA,AAPFFL 

Mgr.Atl.SPa. 

FastFgt. L. 

Ticket Agent. . 

Land ComnCr. 

Svpf.jRoad De. 

iSupt. Mach... 

iPurch. Agent. 

\8upt.Cal. Div. 

\Supt.AJb. Div. 

Supt.Arig.Div. 

'Supt. Teteg... 

Div. Mast Mech 

Div.MostMseh 

Div. Mast Mech 

^ For. Water Ser. 

Mast. C.Paint. 

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Albnqucra., N.M. 
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: PeecnBprin . , Ariz. 
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■ '81 Soad Masters.-W. Crowley, WilUami. A. T.; C. 

Jal.; II. Ba • ■" 

P. Coyne, Peach Springs, Ariz. 



L. Nelson, J)aggeUi Cal.; H. Banker, Coolldge, N.'m.; 



General office, 87 Milk St , Boston, Mass. 

80 Anffneta and Cliattanoosa RR.— Pro- 
jected from AngnstA, (]«i., to Chattanooga, Tenn., 200 
miles. Now beins: graded from Augusta to GalnesyiUc, 
180 miles, by W. B. Lowe & Co., of Atlanta, Ga. 

1 Clement A. Evans.. ,7Vw. <fc O. JTlAagasta, Ga. 

2 Wm. B. Young ' Treasurer., .. 

8 P. R. Sledge ^Secretary. 



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RR.— Augusta to Sandereville, 80 miles. 

1 R. M. Mitchell* » *.. President. . . . .Augusta, Ga. 

2 W. B. Young Sec. <fc Treas. 

8 George Adams* • ^^.' A gent 

4 R. T. Barksdale. . . . ; Ch'f Engineer 

5 F. W. Reaney Mast. Mech. . . . 

General office, Augusta, Ga. 

32 An»tln and North ivest«rii RR.— Aus- 
tin to Burnet, 60 miles. 

1 W. B. Itfham 1 Otrmr INew York, N. Y. 

2 ^Sec. A Treas. . : Austin, Texas. 

3A.N.Leltnaker»»«» Gf»w. ^e/i><....l ** ** 

4 P. L. Walker , Master Mech . . , " 

General office, Austin, Texas. 

83 Raclinian Vallejr RR. 

See Hanover Junction, Hanover atid Gettysburg RR, 

84 Rale dee Ciialenre Ry.— Metapedla to 
Gasp6, P. Q., 175 miles. Under coustmction. 

1 T. RobiUllle President . . . | Quebec, Que. 

2 L. J. Riopel Man. Director 

8 L A. RobitaMIe....!-Sf<r. A Treas.. 
4 C. N. Armstrong. . . Co/Uractor 

6 J. F. Arm»troog. . .[Superintend' t. 

General office, Quebec, Que. Reptir Shops 
Metapedia, Que. 

85 Raltinaore and Delaware Ray RR.«- 

Pierson s Cove to Ohc»tertow^, 41 miles; Nicholson 
branch, 9 miles. 



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1 John F. I Ingham.. 

2 Frank L. Hall 

8 Robt. W. de Forest 

4 Fred. Gcrker» a s 4 » 

5 L. D. Binyn 



President New York, N. Y. 

Secretary 1 ** " 

Treasurer ...\ ** '* 

Gen. Managtr Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ch'f Engineer Chester town ,Md. 

General office, Chestertown, Md. 

86 Raltinaore and Hanover RR. 

See Hanover Junction, Hanover and Gettysburg RR. 

37 Raltlmore and Ohio RR.— Main Stem, 
Baltimore to Wheeling, 879 miles ; branches of main 
stem, 352 miles— total, 781 miles, for other lines, see 
below, 

1 Robert Garrett. . . \President Baltimore, Md. 



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8 Tho«». M.King 

4 Orland Smith 

6 J. W.Davis 

6 Anrrew Anderson. 

7 W. T. Barnard . . . 

3 W. H. Ijams* • •. . 

9 A. Gordon Jones.. 

10 F. Harriott 

11 C. E. Ways 

12 C. S. W<glit 

18 C.K.Lord 

14 Chas. O. Scull. ... 
16 L M.Cole 

16 Wm. T. Thelin*... 

17 Wm.M.Buchanan*. 

18 A. F. Dunlevy .... 
19N. S. Hill 

20 P. H. Irwin 

21 H.T.Douglas 

22 J. L. Randolph.... 
28 J.K. Cowen 

24 J.V.Smith 

25 D.F.Maroney^Aii 

26 W.H.Harrison.... 

27 John Brad Shaw.... 

28 E.W. Grieves 

29 H. Carlton 

80 J. 8. Merrill 

81 B. F.Bond 

82 0. P. Craig 

88 T. H. Dearborn.... 

84 A. P. Bigelow 

85 John H. Weeks.... 

86 A. C. Rose.... 



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Gen. Fat. Agt. 

Ass'tGen.F.A. 

AssUGen.F.A. 

Gen.Pass.Agt. 

AssHG.P.Aqt. 

Gen. Tkt. Agt. 

Gen. Auditor. 

Avd. of Rev. . . 

Avd.ofDisb.. 

Pttrch. Agent.. 

Res. Engineer. 

CEngPhU.Ex 

Cons. Engineer 

Gen. Counsel.. 

Gen.Bag. Agt. 

M. Car. Jtec. 0. 

Supt.Motive P. 

Supt. of Const. 

Mast. Car B'r. 

Ass'tMast. C.B Newark, O. 

Supt. 5^/7. C. Baltimore, Md. 

Div.Pass. Agt.\ 

G.East.Pas. A. New York, N. Y. 

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Copper-fastened and Wood Soaked in Oil. Some of 

the large Rail Road Companies call it the 

Best in the Market. 



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S7 BalllmaTe and Oklo im,-C<,nH«'f'l. 

Main tiTi> Ditibiok. 
« D. Ue tl'n.8«Bl... . Bait Inure. Md. 

aa Tho#. FlIigHBld.. .«Bjrf, 6</>tB..| 

« i:bM. DooTap.,.. ."'//i^. H'. /He.. Orofton, W. Vi 

« J. A. Hnntor..* '.'.'. ""•■'' Wn./«-"lnT.finn m' Vi 
4SB. F. F. Fendi^l.., 
** Matter Kfcliaah _., 

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H. N. Winnow. Cunih<Tliind. Md : finmei iiourTon 
Pledmobl, V. V».: 8, B Crawforil, Gnrton, W. Va, 
Alei. Litrd. ffheelinc, W.Vl. 

45 Otntral Fonmfn.—F. R. Friodfooi- Cemdei 
Slmtlon, BaiHmorr, Md ; O. W. llnrnphrevB, Wuh 
InSton, D. C; Th.n, Treilof, Sftody Hook, Md.; P 
Harden. Farter^bunr. W. Vn.; Immc tlancT. T, A 
Smttti, John MirPlmlT. J. A. Btnurorc. Ballldwre, »d. 
W. B. HcClung. Whfellns. W. Va. 
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.jPhllid.'IphU, Pa 
iirgl), Ptt. 



70 'r.V.aMl}fibei....\lM<!. Ft. Aa/.., 

71C. T. Manulnit \JtoadMaf— ' 

TIL N. Katbiujth. .\.Valler X 

m.S. Wood \0. Form. 

KTprniand TitegraiA. 

T4W. H. Tnco |I7rn. .Van.i^ iBaltitDoni. Md. 

78 W. H. Snyder '."iupl. i'jjmw. Newark, O. 

7rtClia». Mendrnhall. -fiK A'JVW.ClndnBall. O. 

77 T. H. Walker .Vu»r.Kr»ivai.|C:hatUn'ea.Tenii. 

ISC. B. Sedgwick... |'.VB<ni/Affrn/ Sew York. N. y. 

™°-H'B"" i-iS;;.*7SM ■' 

aOC. Seldcn Ultu.Supl. r^-.|B»ltlroQie, Md. 

ArtociATEU LiHi«-. Baltimore S, Onio KR, 
(4) Balaiaert antl PAUntff/pAin.— Wllmlncton lo 
LandtDboric 90 mllea. 

Wi>hlnglon..|iVHl<fenf |p[tI(bo>Kfa, Pa. 



IB. Bpeni 
ai.O. Fad... 
1 W. II Ilami 
K W. T. Thelli 



i'l'HIor 

■••liriiUetuS- 
noTf. Md. 



::iB. 



D. Md. 

1, Hd. 



(6) Pummrah Juifltmi B».— IjnghllD Sli 
Pittabureh and Wesieni ConDectlun. 4 mlli 
biaoch <3 1 mils. 



D, Md. 

idelphla. Pi 

Slatlna t 



I TboDia* M ._ ,. 

sr. H. H. German.,, i.'irrtfnry.. 

SW. H. IJama ■Trtamrtr . , 

4J. Morton Hall ' .Su,* riW.nU 

0««al oQce. AD'gben}. Fa. 



.iBalitmora. Md. 
■ ■■ ■ <;ny. Pa. 
ore. Md. 
irgh. Pa 



llfKbeny Cy 



and mio KR.-OiMliUKd. 

* Wetlen J(fl. —Western IMrtaton : 

J NewcaillB. tt mil« : Horthan 

Jonctton tr "' 



I. Jewett, U7 nflw : 

1 AUegbcDf , Pa. 



551, 

IJameiCallerr... (' 

IJolin W.Cbairautt ' 

8 Jamea Callsr* 

4 ThDn** 

5J. Mane- _, ,. .. ,. 

II.D.Caiiipb*ll'"-' \ ^J^IJSIff,.' fAlleglienj, Pa. 

lu. S.Wight 'w™./W. .<t«-FI"«bargh, P«. 

8 W. L. CromlWli... lAta'l G. F. A.i " 

9C.W.BaM.tt C.F.^ rt/.^.AIleghenj.Pa. 

10 .1. J.. Kirk"" Audilnr. 

IIJ. T. Jobnaon. . . . f^v/miali 



. L. Lewla. 
'. M. PlahB 
3. C*wlc< 



, . ..'M.Tran. X.D.'Voibjag. Pa, 
■ Foifinr^Pa. 



\'Roan Uiul. 



.. JVw: KBll'Tr..." l''.'^" """■ ) lYoungatown. _, 
IS J, J. Saioi ^6^, ^^«(,,,rAll«gfieny, P». 

Oenrral sDlei', Allfgbany; Pa, 

(in BaHtbvry 8£,— Sallahnrj Junction to Ww( Salia- 
bnry.BmllM. wlthbf— >— •-"■ 



fl Shartmillt Bfl.— Sbarpavllle lo Wilmington -Junr 
IB, 17 mill" : bnncb, 1 mlla. 

..i/^.d''ftii,.tf,:BaUiniort, Md. 
[iPIltabnTgh, Pa. 



„ ( r.-P..Trf 
\}*AuMI'r. 
..tiirnlarp. .. 



iT, W, (iailtbw. ...[Ota. Fgt. Agl.\FltUi>a 
GuDeral offlc^ Sbarpavlllc, Pa, 
(/) ro/fri/ ffff. (nrffjBlo).— Haprlaonborg ' 



IFTwIdim/. , , , 



imore BR.^Vttb- 



l§,flp*Dcer 

aw, » Ijama. . 

aJ,L. Rindolpb „„..„„.„.„ 

4J*inrsW. DsTla... \BoailXaile 

OenenI omce. BtaonUin. Va. 

ie) IVIuellnii. FVtubHTgh a«rl B 
ingion 10 WbeellDg, » mllea. 

IJ, B. WaablnBton,..ip™irf«i/ Mltaburf*. Va, 

lW.H,IjBin« \Tmiturrf... .Baltimon-, Md. 

SF, E, pinkerton Srtrtlarv. ... iFllwbnrBli. )^ 

General offlce, PIttobatgb, Fa. 

IM aalHinonr and O/ilaStmrtLinfSB.—Oifnuoni 
Jnnction lo Waabtngton. ra.,S4 mllea. 
IThomoeM, Klnir.--; 
» J, B. Wnablnglon.., .. . _ ,. . 

m flomerirl iiBil C^mftria.— Rock wood JanctloD li 
JobnFtDwii, Fa., 4S nUlea. 
J, B, Waabliigton.. 'Praidfiil ,,,..E^tMbDrgh, Pa, 

'l^Tftary 

jiuni tTrtatarit ... ; Baltimore. Md, 

I office IB, & O, RK.). Cenlrat Building. Ball! 



', K-Plnk 



"r«~'""'"' 



\.oTi....\Fr'-iafii 
.Vam |7VWH. <f 

fcST" <Sw note of explanation o« first page. 
11 



6EMEHV MILES HO, 

BUILDERS OF 




METAL-WORKING 



MACHINE TOOLS 



RAILROAD SHOPS, 

Locomotive and Car Builders. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



41-49. 



41 Bancor and Plsc&taqnls RR«— Oldtown 
to Gre«uvtlle, 76 miles 

1 W. B. Hay ford [President iBangor, Me. 

2H. W. Blood* « T a. J^sr«tf.7V.«jft7V.^ 

5 J \0€n.SupL&G.\ I 



»t 



8 Arthur Brown» a i 

4 C. S. Nason . . 
6 J. W. Comins 

6 C. H. Sawyer. . 

7 J. Farqahar... 



1 



FaLAfkt.Agt 
Mcuier Mech . . 
Mcu. Car, Sep. 

Sitpt, Tel 

Road Master.. 



f 



«« 



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OldtowD, Me. 
Bangor, Me. 
Oldtown, Me. 



Repair Shops at Oldtown, Me. General office, Bangor, 
Me. 

42 Raoffor and Portland Ry.—Portland to 
Nazareth, S6 miles ; branch, Smiles. 

1 C. Millcr» a « « *. ..iV<'^.cfe(?M. iT.i Bangor. Pa. 
SD. C.Blair Tlc«-P>v*W«nrBelvTdere, N. J. 



Secretary |Ban; 

Treasurer 



8 Geo. W. Mackey. 

4 John I. Miller... 

5 John D. Vail Ase'i Gen. Mn. 

6C. N. Miller .Gen.F.iitP.Ag 

7 Wm. M. Benett. . . . U w</.& Oen.A. 

8 E. G. Wire i ChUf Engineer 



>r, Pa. 



Mast, of Mech. 
Mast. Car B'r. 
Supt.of Tel.. 
Road Master.. 



goi 
Portland, Pa. 
Blairstown, N. J. 
Bangor, Pa. 

Belvidere, N. J. 
Nasareth, Pa. 
Baogor, Pa. 
Portland, Pa. 
Nazareth, Pa. 



»« 



9 J. S. Hoogh 

10 David Vanklrk 

IIC.B. Quick 

IS Geo. W. Stuyvesant 

General offices, Bangor, Pa. 

43 Barclay Coal RR« 

See New York, Lake Erie and Western JSB, 

44 BarUett and Alban/ BR.— Projected 
from Bartlett, N. H., to Albany, Me., of which com- 
pleted, 6 mil«s. 

45 BatesTllle and Brlnkley RR.— Brinkley 

to Jacksonport, tK) miles. 

1 R. W. Martin \ PreHdent .... Little Rock, Ark. 

2W.J.Thompson...l|^;^S^f^:} 

8JohnT.Flynn \\%f^J^l\ 

4 E. G. Thompson ..... Gen. Pas. Agt. 

5 John White \Master Maeh.. 

6 Charlea Newell j Forem. Or. Rep 

General offices, Little Rock, Ark. 

46Batli and Hammondeport RR.— Bath 

to Hammondsport, 10 miles. 

IG. W. Nichols. . President. ... ;Hamm'dsp*t,N.Y. 
2 H. S. Stebblnsa « *. Les.G.M.AAu\ ** •• 

8 Jonathan Roble. . . I }^ice'PreHdent\B9,\h, N. Y. 
4H. U.Cook Treasurer ... \ ** •* 

5 J. W. Davis Se<;retary. . . . Hamm*d8p't,N.Y. 

6M.H. Halpa ^Su.iiGn.Ft.A. 

7S.S.Fairchild j-j^^i^*^:} 

BAllen Wood ^TrafficMan... 

9 John Fojrar ty | Roail Master . . 

10 S. S. Reynolds. . . . | Engineer... . 

General office, Hammondsport, N. Y. 



Brlnkley, Ark. 

Angnsta, Ark. 
Little Rock, Ark. 
Brlnkley, Aik. 



• 4 

tl 
** 



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tl 



47 Bay or<|alnte Railway and NaTlaa- 
Uon Co. 

See Napanee, Tamworth and Quebec Ry, 

48 Bear Lake and Ka^tern RR.— Pierpont 
to Cleon, S6 miles. 

1 G. W. Hopkins* » ^^'\ President 

2 D.H. HopkiDS^ «*ii 

3 E. Hopkins' 

4 M.J. Hopkins' >«.. 

5 John W. Hills 



Bear Lake, Mich. 



t» 
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tl 



I* 



Secretary. . 

Treasurer 

Superintend* t. 
Gtn. Fgt. Agt. 

Repair Shops at Bear Lake, Mich. General office. 
Bear Lake, Mich. 

49 Bee Line.— Composed of the roads named be- 
low: 

(a) Gbnbral Opbratimo QpricsRS. 

IG. M. Beach 

2 0. B. Skinner... 

8D.B. Martin.. 



Gen. Man Cleveland, O. 

Traffic Man.. 
\Gen,RdbT,A. 



t» 



49 Bee Line— Gbmxral QpxRATiNe Oiticers. 
Continued. 



4BdgarHill 

5 Albert 8. White.. 

6 D. M. Calkins 

7 P. A. Hewitt* '8.. 

8 B. P. Whitmaiv. . . . 

9 E. E. Krenthoffer. 
IOC. J. Fellows'*. .. 
11 E. C. Sheldon... 

12J. L.Yale 

18 T. J. Hlggins 



(7^. ^^.^^^;CleTeland, O. 
Ass'tEgt. Agt.\ 
Gen. Bag. Agt.' 

Auditor 

Fg.ATk.Arct. 
Trav. Auditor 
Car Accounts. 
Paymaster. . . . 
Purch. Agent. 
SupL Tel..... 



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it 

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ib) Passxnosb and Friioht Aoests. 
Joint Agents C. C. C. A I. and I. & St. L. Rys. 



1 W. R. Hills 

2T. S. Timpson 

3H. A. Hills 

4 J. Q. Van Winkle. 

5 Q. T. Sullivan. . . . 

GC. S. Lefiwich 

7 J. P. Ewing 

8G. W. Kendrick... 
9 A. M. Stewart 

10 R. B.Whitney.... 

11 M. T.Donohue.... 

12 D. Jay CoUvcr 

l«J.De Wolfe 

14T. C. Peck 

15 J. E. Reeves 

16F. G.Robbins.Jr 
17 W. J. Nichols . . . 

181:.. Snyder 

19W. F. Snvder . .. 
SO J. L. A. Thomas.. 



Gen. Agent.... 
Gen. East. Agt. 
Live Stock Agt. 
IHv. Fgt. Agt. 
Contract Agt, 
Live Stock Agt. 
IHv. Fgt. Agt. 
Trav. Fgt, Ag. 
O. Live S. Ag. 
TVav Pas*. A. 
N.E.Pats.Agt. 
Pass. Agent... 
Pass. Agent... 
Pass. Agent. . . 
Gen. So. Agt.. 
St. Tr. Pofs.A. 
Gen. West. Agt. 
Oily Past.Agt. 
Trav. Pass, A. 
Trav. Past. A. 



[Louisville, Ey. 
New York, N. Y. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Indianapolis, Ind. 



tl 



tt 



Cincinnati, O. 

.Marion, O. 

Cleveland, O. 

New York, N. Y. 

Boston, Mass. 

Cleveland, O. 

'Colnmbns. O. 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Louisville, Ky. 

St. Louis, Mo. 
• t %% 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Dallas, Tex. 



21 Fred. Raine 

22W. S. Morrill 

S3 Geo. Krani>e, Jr . . . 
24 G. T. Chamberlain. 
23 J. B. Ablewhite... 
2»G. T. Sullivan. ... 

27C. E. Finney 

28 W. H. Tumy..*.... 

29J.P. Minnick 

80 J. L.Miller, Jr.... 
81 E. L. Patterson . . . 
82A.M. Schwartz... 
88 John Howard 



Special Agents (7., C, 0. dt L By, 

I Cincinnati, O. 



Div. Fgt. Agt 
Contract. Agt. 
Contract. Agt. 
Contract. Agt. 
Contract. Agt.. 
Contract. Agt, 
Contract. Agt. 
Depot Master.. 
Pats. Agent . . 
Pass. Agent . 
Trav. Paes. A 
City Past. A.. 
Trav. Past. A 



Cleveland, O. 
Columbus, O. 
Cleveland, O. 
Indianapolis. Ind. 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Cleveland, O. 
Dayton, O. 
Cleveland. O. 
Cincinnati, O. 
•1 Forth Worth.Tex. 



Special Agents Indianapolis A. St. Louis Ry. 



84 M. S. Wasson. 

85 E. A. Clapp . . 
S6 Jos. G. Miller. 
37 0. G. Fetter.. 



Div. Fgt. Agt. 8t. Lonis, Mo. 
Livs StockAgt. 
Contract. Agt 
Contract. Agt. 



tt 



Cincinnati, O. 



8G.S. Russell.. 
4H. H. Poppleton... 
6H. K. Devereux... 



PreHdent New York, N. Y. 

Cleveland, O. 



(c) Corporate Officers. 

Cleveland^ Colvmbus^ Cincinnati and IndianapoUt Ry. 
—Columbus Division : Cleveland to Columbos, 188 
miles : Cincinnati Division : Delaware to Cincinnati, 
180 miles ; Indianapolis Division : Gallon to Indianap- 
olis, 203 miles ; with branch, 2 miles. 

1 James D. Layng. . 

2 G. H. Russell* * • »o Sec. A Treas 

As. See. A Tr 
Gen. Attorney. 
Registrar . 

Indianapolis A St. Louis i2>-.— Indianapolis to St. 
Louis, 266 miles. 

6 Stevenson Burke . . I Pretident. . . . Cleveland, O. 

7 G. H. Russell" * » >«!^w. A Treat.. 
8G. S. Russell... 
9J. T. Dye 

10 J. T. Wann .... 

11 U. K. Devereux 

12 0. G. Fetter.... 



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AMt't Treat... 
Gen. Attorney. 
Tranter Agt. 

Regittrar 

ConVg Agt.... 

Dayton and Union RR.-\Jn[on City to Dayton, 47 
miles. 

13 C. C. Waite. 



Cincinnati, O. 



14G.M. Beach 

15 Geo. S. Russell. 

16 R. D. Marshall. 



President Cincinnati, O. 



V.-P. A G.Man 
Sec. A Treas.. 
Gen. Attorney. 



Cleveland, O. 



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Dayton, O. 



t^* See note of explanation on first page, 

13 



TM EPPINGER & RUSSELL 
CREOSOTZNG T^ORZS 

Foot of 6th Street, Oowanas Canal, Brooklyn. 

NEW rOBK OFFICE, J60 WATER ST. 
TIMBER CREOSOTED BY OUR IMPROVED PROCESS. 

Creosoted Piles and Railroad Ties furnished. 

iDtrodncad in 1H38 and up to 188G dead Oil of Coal Tar i» the onlj' known product tbat 
will preserve timber for bU purposes Approved liv tbe C<immittee on ihe PreaarvBtioD of 
Timber" of the Amencnn Society uf Cml Lnginiert \\e use only the above Oil 




Keference is made in the following, being a tew of tbi 
Foit DYKEfi. -(Jen. Newton, U.S.A. ; ^en. 

liilleBpie, U.S.A. ; Oen. McFarland. U.S.A. 
For BitKAKWATERs.—Uen.Boben, U.S.A. ; 

Hen. Macomb, U.S.A. ; (ieii. Weiteel, U.S.A. 
Fob WiiAUtfl, — y.jn. .4.bbott, U.S.A.; 

Hoadley & Co.. New York, Wharfs, Port 

Limnti. CoBla KicH ; Nutioual Storage C^.. 

Xew York ; Department of Docks, New 

York; Tampa Hay I(. R., Florida; S. S. As- 

aeraon, C. E.. Navy Yard; N. E. R. K.. 

Churleston ; Urniid Trunk R. R. , Canada; 

J*hi)rli Valley It. it., Philadelphia ; Philadel- 



id Iteaiiing B. R., Philadelphia; Jii. 
ra);iia Iron Co., Suatlai^o <1p Culia. 

For Bridges.— N. Y. Hrooklyn Bridge, 
New York ; A. P. Boiler, C.E., New York. 

Fob Blocks.— J. T. Pi.-r>on. Cape UHytien. 

F0RSEWKR3.—A.B. Hill, C.E.. New Haven, 
Ci, 

Foil UHDKROROL'ND CoNUUlTB.— N. Y. & 

N. J. Tel, C«„ Brooklyn. 

Fort Dry Docks.— J. 4 J. Y^oraton, PIctou, 
N. S. 



EPPINCER & RUSSELL, 

YELLO"W Pli^E LUMBER. 



SHIPPING PORTS : 
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. 
FERNANDINA. 



No. 160 WATER STREET, 

HEW TOHK.. 



ROADS ANDofHER 

PURPOSES. 

e*UT TO OKDEIR. 



POOK'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



40 Be« SiInC—CbnllHUnf, 

(if) TiiANsraBTiTiaK Dtrtwntm, 
Voliimb¥> and CtneHiuati Hit.. C, C. C. Jt I. Rv- 
lltBleB.:....: . ...■.•;«p.rln(«irf't.lCHidBD(l,0. 

3C.J Siedwull Train Xailir] 

ST. J.CiBHdlo Wi-ITraiA MA 

4E. A, P«k irnUn ifa»(«r. Cinclnnmll, O. 

i I. G. Kbod \AM-lTrain Jf.lDeliwut, O. 

IiutioHapatia DirMon. C, C, C. A I. By. 

SJ. O. E«in ^tvHrlH'tfufC.IniUuuipoKB, Im 

TO. A. Allen ITmin JfrMbr-iDHloo, Ind. 

Indiaaainau and 3L Laid' J/f. 
P. W. BnrrpKi.... \li-ptTiitiind: t.\»t. Umit.lio. 



drwland, CMurnAut. ttKCinaati and buOanasalli , 

1 W. K. Turreir. O. 3tail. Xtch CletoUnd. O. 

tX.K. Hudjuu Ma.JI.alli/iopi 



_. L*«M Gtn. Ji^r. US. 

Q. SldDhRnncr. Om. F. Car D 

" Cualitiiu.. ... rbr.HaU.SAai 

"-" "»-- JSiiHtASS. 



S M. p. IlcOru^r 

1 Z. t). Connora. . 

t)J. BIchoTn 

9P.Pnt.et 

10 D. KmtoD 

ItF.Bklu 

UKceesTH... 
lawillbiiiiCaoiiibi 
U'Wm.Doncutvi... 



.. fbr.CanitiZ. 

■ U.X.Jtehl 



iAi-M.M 

■■ iAuaiof 

.. llb.jraeA.. 



3BA.T. Protam, 



.. /ttr.P.iCr.Af. Spriogadd, 
. For.P.fSL.BlDvlo", <>■ 
. ftir.^.it/'.JEf.iOlBclanaK, O. 
'FOn.I,M.Bfp.\ " 
Fon.Lof.Jtip.\fM.laa. O. 
.. Fort, CarSni.' " 
.. F.L.dVarll^iiVnlaa Cl\j, U 
.. ir.if.iiUS»eiii\BiiBbtviooi. I 
, ■Ofn.F.Haelt.d 
. . fbr. amlerSh.l 
.. For.OmUhM.^ 



n.F.Oarb. 



WJ.U.BraDBr For.P.CarRn\ ' 

?7EI.UeiH) ForFg.CarS.\ 

iHdlanapM' and SL Ltmir Hg. 
38Wni.Qan(ua..... jr:jr.aa5A'<i».BrLgbtwood. Ind. 
m W. p. Orlud A:3I.X. nUS.iMitUaoii. 111. 

40 J. B. PtIctT. 'tFoT.BoUtr a\.fir\ib\,voiA.lad. 

41 W. B. V^utar. nir. \fiaafa.Hariaon. III. 

440. B. Wcbgr Jbr. Uni? 






Brlgbtarood, lud. 



. St. LODli. III. 



L'. J. TliainpBon....^i-. hoe. Dtp. 

L'. J. McPiuIdoii...'V>"Br. Oar Dtp. 

«9<l. 9eaa [For. Gar Dtp. 

Vtmrlaiiii, CbAint&ut, CJitdnnfiri and /niAaiuipiifi" Ay, 

1 V. C. IiwlD ».R,il,AC.B. Citv«]uii,0. 

3V. Nuwell Supt.i^Ooiiti. 

AC Puller. 'Am'i JToifir.. Drlknre. O. 

4 M, Baircn iKaad Maiiir.. 0tjtaa,O. 

SH.Ojvdlncr /load .Vailer.. B«ll«foaUliie, O. 

OB.O. KuuQitii ' Rnad SloMltr. . UdIod Cllj, Ind. 

7T.3 MuTin \lim.F<rrrman. »}i&aj.O. 



FtuklU.'o. 



4B B«e I.lse.'AniUniMd. 

S4 and Sr. Louu Sf. 
l!./!..V.^C.E..acvtl 

13 M. Mmwell iSvptHnlti "■ 

ISWimamHinry... AoodJ^ni 

14 0. RniFBn J.Ati't Jtouu ji.' 

I3J. Kfwnaa [Aa't Koad U.lM 

IStt.McNibb [Vm.Fortmun.] 

nation and IMon RR. 

) ■?"?"i.''':''''i?i ;-i 



: (C. C 



IT W. T. E 

Oenon 

:nutftr 

.'nigt Ct 

« Bl. L. BR I. 
United 9utBi " 
□nee. CleTBli 
KB.\ DBjton 
SO Bead 
(Includtng tn 



I P. K. HnrrltDU'.. 



'.. A I. ItT \ Clerelind. o. 
- — -tocli. United lt(at<a 

"?in2nc1il*AgtSrx'! 
rli. N, V. Tt»nF.ler 
e ,D»Ion A. Union 
Clevelnnd. O. 
— WlUUiniport to Ounm 
-- -— -hen, as mllr- 
i^lurflcld. t.. 
:*cw Yotk, Jt. Y. 



_. Actouiin 

11 L. Amee \lfafUr Xii*.. 

ig W.I.. HcRarr.. ..xRoadllaflrT.. Iwk Be 

14 B. F. Pleld* I tlaa.eaa. Ilo. Jsney B] 

15 A. L.DtavcDiUdt.[{ W.dCr.DS 
OcDcrtl nfflee, JemiT Shoni. P«. Tn»i»I 

Grand Cealrel Depet. New York. TX. Y. 

51 BellKire *nd HI. «:imlrB«IIIa 1 
ClalotUlD tu AU Clalnvllle Juncllun, 7 mllee. 

iIohoT, Troll i/VwWfnr.... SI. Clmli 



« J. R M . 
1 C. W. Tro] 



. . I V.-F. * Tnat 
. \Qen. SSaitai]' 

. . ^iKiTttiny. . . . 



i% Ballalre, ZaneaTtlle waA Cln«llinBII 

It.— BelUlre to ZUBiTlltc, ll9mlkii. 
(f Q. Mar 1 



* H. l! Hoone}. 
SU. Charcblll. 
4.1. M Miller.. 
» T. M. Hohart. 
B J. K. QeddcB 
T James Inlna 
B J. B. Rbodei. 



IJ. O. CasaaU... 



iHvllle,0. 

-odslald. C 
If ZuieavUla, O. 



! Train .Ua-liT. 
..M.M.ttCarS.'. 



. I'bllsdelptaia, Pi. 



0. Van Btunt.. 



..,Ofli. .fupC B 

.. IfAfc/ «"(?-■■■ 
\UiUUrXeci..\ 



8 Tbomaa BaaO. . . . .ISapirritm 
General once, Pbllwlelptila. Pa. 
Si Belt ftallior o''<^)i<'"Bo- 

Sit Chicago awi Vf/iUr^i Indiana Rli. 

G5 B«It B>tlro>d land Stock Xardi.— 

Around Indlanapolla, IG mtlw. 

1 Win. R. licKtea... Prf'i'li'd.... TerreBanic. Ind. 

i Horace BcoCI. i Vl<V'/^^df«I|liidiaaapalla, Ind. 



I^° See note of explanation on first page. 
IS 



POOS-S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



GS Hell BKllroKd {Utd no«k ¥*rdl- 



4W. P.IJun* \S«i>i. S Aad..\ 

S6 BcBuliiKloD anil (JlBatcnbarjr BB.- 

Bcnnliiilon lo OlBetenbnrj, B milt*. 

1 RdikIIC. Root . \PniUltnt |?Ie> Toik.N. T. 

HOto.W. atimta.. 'SiiniaTw.. ,. BeDnlngton, Vt. 

8 AiBoiAWriih. Ota. Said... \ 

4C.C.Cl»pp .Vait.iy'Maeli.] 

Qencnl offlcs, BenEln^itfln, VL. 

.nd Bnlland Br.-Rnt 



8fi BoMOB BBd AlbBBT BB.— Bonlon tO 
Albsnr, en mlla ; biaachea ud Aued lincf , 184 nllin. 

I WiltlunBllK*. PniUent iBoalon, Hif*. 

1 J. A. RnmrllL.... Pif>-i^-«l(toi(|Sprlii£&dil. Man. 

S CliarloK. 8M<ei» Trtamrrr iloMoii. Mm*. 

t WllUrll. BUDM.. Mn. Manaatrl 
BE. T Oallnp. 



5f Bflnatniton — -. 

land \0 BtDQlDglOD. ST mllec, with bnuui, i innn. 

1 J. a. MeCnllouBh, PrtHdtnt IN.B»nnlnitoii,Vt 

It F. B. JtDtilDgi....' n«.J4uI({(iU{New York, V. T. 

a O. W. Barnun ... Secrttaru. ... BeDDlngioci, Vi. 

**''loif'""^''"f 7Wa™«r...,jN.Bninli«ton,Vt. 

S E.I>. B«niitU*"...'Sun.a:Pur.A. Bennington, Vt. 

All, W. Spufford,... O. F. i P. J.KoiUnJ, Vl. 

1 W. a. 8h»w«'"...i^Hrf«or |N.BennLn|lan,Vt. 

SA.O.Coomer..... (7.S.ftff.jr.| 

BChu. J. HcHutei .Vwlr .tf(CA..>Ratland. Yt. 

10 A, U. CoomtT .9i/f>.arid^ic..!X.BennlngIOD,Vt. 

QfliMnl once, N. BcDDlagton. Vt. 



T J. li. Oritg>' 

SH.B.Cbi^B.... 

9 G. A. Uorton.... 

10 Artbar HUla .... 

11 W. H.RnMcll. . 
II Waller Shepud . . 

13 C.B. Alger 

14 U. K.BulMr 

IBA.L.SoBle 

15 A. 8. Briuit"... 
IT Albert UoK 



Otn. £up(.... SprlnKflald.MiPf. 

en.niM,^0e.iBo(toD, Mbh. 

Otn. T'ldL.^^f . HpringlUld. Mui. 
Om.FI. Agent. BoiIon.lluH. 



___tVlI«i»"' 
Springfield. Hiri 

Sprlngflald, Mifi 

AllelOD. MUK. 



58 I 



>rlla 



inehS 



St, Ha««ttr J^ticl 






S9 BlEl.eTelBndKlnza> 


ItR 


-Ml. Jtwett 


toOcmrtyJimcilod 


































and 












■uiolUrtlu'eSMiI 


D.SlmUet. 






I A-W.JoiMW 






















Oenenl olBce, Sdma, Ala. 






61 BlabopTUIe BB.-ALk 




BlebopviUe, 




















;«.!>. rf&pti 





1»P. D. Adaiu \Q.M. Car 

10 DivMon Sitptrintendmli.—Vi. II. KoHcll Jr.. Earl 
Albany, N.Y.; Edwin I. Sackett. SpiiugQeld, MnM.: 
B. B Cfaaelaj, Boilon. Uaia. 

21 DisMoK MaHtr Mtclionia.-Q. B Pnnin. Rart 
AlbanT.N.Y.; H. W. Gdd;. SprlngBeld, Vaaa.; Wm. - 
B. Taft, BotlOD, Him. 

tt Road Mauen.—K. P. Babcock. Ran Chatham. 
N. Y.: F. T. Kendall, Watlfleld. MaM.; C. B. LtdifII. 
BoaloD. Ma**.; P. H. Boiler, Weit Brook Add, Mu«. 

23 ^brmim Cor BIuh)i.~J. T. Cbamberliilii. Allrtoii. 
Man.; J. B. WmIou. Sprtogficld, Unw.; J-EDi'ian, 
Eaat Albany, N. Y. 

Principal once, SprluRflrld, Hlaa. Qcpcr«l ciDca. 
cot. Btach and Albany Sta.. Boilon, Uiai. 

Sa Boalon, HiMtaaeXBiiiicl and W«MnB 
Bf.— Rottirdun Junction to Vt, and Mara. HTale 



«» Black Hllla and Port Pierre BB.- 

Ooiden Gate lo BIk Cr«ek, Dak., IB nllei. 

1 Oeorg^Heiint \ryaidnU IB. FranrKco.Cal. 

« Thoa. J Orivr iStcA A>d(. .. Lead CItT, Dak. 

8 Ju.B. Uaggla.... |7V«iiur«r.....|s. Pranclaco. Cat. 
Qenaral offlcs. Lead Cltf, Dak. 

83 Bine 8prln«t OrapKe CItv apd At- 
lantic BR.— Completed troia Sl.Jobn'a Rlier to 

Htm amyma, on Atlantic Coait, K.i mile*. 



4 DeiiarHnniar..... AMriixr- lOnngv CItr, Fla. 

fiS.aCanet \Oen.Sa.aSng.\ 

General office. Orange City, Fta. Vtw York office, 
Boreel Ballding. IIS Broadway, 

64 Bodle and Bentsn Rr. and floaanar* 



1 a 



I. Yeiir 



a Wm! W^llii,. 
* Thomae Holti 
3 B. H. Barton. 



O.B.S.tT.M. Bodle. Cal. 

Xal.oflfaiA. ■■ 

— .Xiul.MteA.... " 

73. ILWjmoa l.V.i^CarSap " 

BK.L.Uoladel \Boad MaiUr . . " 

9 W. 8. Wood \AUomtt S. Franc! KD. Ca). 

Oeoaral oMc«, W Merada Block, Bu FnacWco, Cal. 



I AngnatnaKDanUe.'iVMMait,.. 



Viee-PnMiimf 

rtr.... 



SFrat 

B it. Keppltr iTrtamiTer 

4 A.T.Smllb.... - - - 

L. Coomba... 

r.LffiTla... , 
. — L. Van Woer 
B7. B.Fvnal(l... 
9 A. Ootbimx •■•>>' 
10 J. W.Bnmhan". 



■.w York. N Y. 
_.jckland. Me. 
New York. N_T, 

Mtcb'Tlllr, M. Y. 



IS John Xedwar \MiuI. M4eh.. 



67 Boats 

mile*. (For < 
1 Edwin 
t Chacl 



. New York oDce, 
■ and Lowell BR. -Main Una, 



. ... Stroat 'anmud ... 

..N. Turner. Om-W. -f 

"■ 'a, G.P.Ai 



T D. C.Pra««lt,.. 
H B. P. K«ndrick>. 
a W. B-Brackatt... 

11 J.W. Wbiukaf:: 
li Geo. F. BejmoDT. 



A. 0. ft Iff. 

lAvdUer 

Oeit. an.Afft 



B. Franciaco. Cal. 



»A.ja*. 

*prx„-.. 

VtrtmmlUv.. 
avp.RaWeei'k 



Ooecord.N. H. 
WeodaiUIC. N B 



(«) 



* See note of explamUiom on firet page. 

17 



K. P. DWieOT, Pnft A Trau. 



STEEL CASTINGS, 

From 1-4 to 15,000 Ws. weiffht. 

True to T'atteni, Sound, and Solid, 

-arcn as- 
Couplers for Passenger and Freight Cars, Wheels, Rocker Anns Cross- 
Heads and Piston-Heads for Locoiuotlves, Journal Boxes, Brake- 
Blockn and Shoes, Brake and Ratchet Wheels, Pivot Plate, 
Frogs, Crossings, Frog Points, Seat Backs, 
Crank Shafts, Wrenches. 

GBARISO OP ALL KISD3, DI83, HAUMBR HEADS AND RAILROAD AMD MACmN'ERi' CASTINGS 
OP EVKRT DESCRIPTION. 



I eteeJ now ninnlnR prove tu ■uperlontj' OTcr olher Steel CieliDf!. 



CHESTER STEEL CASTINGS CO. 

Office : 407 LIBfltRY ST., PHIUDELPHIt, Pa. Works : Chester, Pa. 



512 Arch St., Pliiladelphia, Pa., 



ez> w ATJU^nA <^1F 




'e^/Je4. Wien^. ' ' IM THE UPflTED STATES. 

FtiDspbar-Bronze " S" Inmi Metal for LocomotiTes and Gar SearlnEs, Slide Valres, etc. 

The most ECONOMICAL and DUKABLE, snd tbe LIGHTEST RUNNING METAL 

in the market. SAVES OIL and KBPAIRS, PREVENTS DELAYS TO 

TRAINS, and NOT LIABLE TO CUT THE JOURNALS. Now In 

use on man; a{ the leading railroade of tbe United States. 

PHOSPHOR-BRONZE WIRE, RODS, SHEETS, BOLTS, PLATES, ETC., FDRMISHED PROHPTLT. 

PAJCFKLETS ON APPLICATION TO THS ABOTB ADDBBBS. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



67-79. 



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67 Boston and Low^ell VtH.— Continued. 

i2 Master MtcAanict and Foretnen of Shopf.—U. 8. 
Koleeth. East Cambridge, Mans.; Qeo. A. Ferguson, 
Lake Village. N. 11.. Master Mechanic*. A. I Giflforcl. 
Lowell, Mafs.; C. C. Aepinwall, Concord, N. H.; £. P. 
Monlton, 8t. Johusbary, Vt., Foreintn. 

28 G. M. Tompson. . . I CAi</'^7i^n>.|Boston, Maes. 
24D. Hazelton \Mr. Br.A B>.\ '* 

35 Road Moftert.—yim. Uatchlnson, Nashoa, N. H.: 
S. B. Bodwell, Jr.. Lowell, Mass.; M. Conniff, Boston, 
Mass.: L. W. DoUoff, Lancaster, N. H.; M. Clifford, 
Lake Village, N. H.; J. F. Richardtjon. Franklin, N. H,; 
J. N. Perkfnx, Claremont, N. H.; C. £. Severance, 8t. 
Johnsbnry, Vt. 

26 Alex. Fubare | Sypt. TeUg. . | Boston, Mass. 

27 Train Dispatchers.— U. C. Robinson, Boston, 
Maps.: G. £. Randall, Woodtville, N. H.; M. A. Ran- 
dall, Concord, N. H. ; A. J. Carriveaa, St. Johnsbnry, 
Vt. 

General office, Boston, Mass. 

68 Boston and IVIalne RB.— Boston to Port- 
land, 116 miles ; branches and leased lines, 470 miles. 

1 Geo. C. Lord President Bof ton, Mass. 

2 Amos Blanchard' * Treasurer 

3 Jas. T. Furber^ ".. Otn Manager. 

4 Channcey P. Judd. CUrk 

5 D. J. Flanders G.P.AT. Ag. 

CChaa E. Lord . .. A.O.P.AT.A. 

7 W. J. C. Kenney . . Gen. Fgt. Agt. 

8 W. F. Berry Ass't G.F.Agt. i 

9 Wm. J. Hobbsa ... Auditor 

10 Geo. J. Fisher l*urch. Agerd.\ 

11 Wm. Merritt, Jr.. . Svp, West.Div., 
13 D. W. Sanborn.. . Sup.Bast J)lv.\ 

13 J. W. Sanborn.... '6'wp^xVar.Z>ic.Wolfb'roJct.,N.H 

14 Wm. Smith Svpt.M.Power\BoBton, Mass. 

15 D. C. RichardFon. . MoJtt. Oar BW. Lawrence, Mass. 

16 A. S. Storievant* . . i Baggage i4^^. Boston, Mass. 

17 George Lane Baggage Agt..\ *' ** 

18 Alfred Perkins .... Fut I Agent. . . . ' " " 

19 John Bailey 'Mas M. {>^ Way' Lawrence, Mass. 

20 H. Biesell Mas.M. qf Way Salem, Ma«8. 

21 Cnarles Howard. . . Div. Supt , Worcester, Mass. 

2« John M. Williams., ZXp. JPto^. ^^/. I 

aaC.A. Waite Div. Pass. Agt. ^ 

24 Amos Barrett Dlv.Mas. Mech\ 

General office, Haymarket Square, Boston, Mass. 

69 Boston and ProTldenee RB .--Boston 
to Providence, 44 miles : branches, 24 miles. 

1 Henry A. Whitnevi President 

2 Ben J. B. Torrey» *.' Treasurer . . . 

3 Winslow Warren.. Cierk 

4 A. A. Folsom^ *... [Superintend' t. 

6 James Daily* ■ Oen. Tkt. Agt. 

6 W. H. Morrell \Gen. Fat. Agt. 

7 Geo. L. Greene Sup.qfTransp. 

8 Geo. Richards i Master Mecha. < Roxbury, Mass. 

9 John Lightner , Mast. Car J?>. I *• 

10 C. H. Wbeeler«. . . . \Slation .4 cenM. Boston, Mass. 

General office, Park Square and Columbus Ave., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

(a) Providence. Warren and Bristol i?2?.— East Prov- 
idence to Bristol, 13.6 miles. 

1 Henry A. Whitney.. \Presidmt .Boston, Mai»s. 

2B. B. Torrey •Treasurer • " " 

8 W. Stone* «•»».... ^Hu. 5^. <jft&>i^.i Providence, R. I. 

4 Everard Holmes* ... I (^en. Tkt. Agt. | 

5 Rnftis Smith | Mas. Mechanic ^Briatol^ R. I. 

Goneral office. Providence, R. I. 

70 Boston, Revere Beacli and I<ynn 

BR.— Boston to Lynn, 9}4 miles ; and 

71 Boston, HTIutbrop and Shore BB.— 

Point Shirley to Point of Pines, 6 miles ; branch, 2 
miles. 

OmcERS OF Both Railroads. 

1 Edwin Walden President .... Boston, Mass. 

2JohnA.F.Dno...j;*f„;|5«»^* 



Boston, Mass. 

• i 4* 






«1 



Providence, R. I. 



n- 



ti 



71 Boston, WIntbrop and Sbore BB.- 

OrricEits or Both Railboads— C'on/inu«<l. 

8 C. A. Hammond. . . Sujd.Pur.Agt.\'RofXoii, Mssa. 



4R. D. Sutherland... 

5 John Coghlan.. 

6 Charles Lavoix 



Mcu. Mechanic 
Mast. Car Br 
Road Master. 



E. Boston, Mass. 



(General office, 350 Atlantic Ave., Boston, Mass. 

72 Bow^den Sprlnss BB.— Salt Springs to 
Bowden Lithia Springs, 1.18 miles. No inrormation. 

73 Bowline f»reen and Toledo BB«~ 

Bowling Green to Tontogany, 6 miles. 

1 Wm. A. Wiggins*.. |/V.r.<ft(?«n.ifl 

2 H. A. Lease Sec. A Counsel 

3 Fred. Holderman.. 

4 William Miller... . 
6 Patrick Fancy .... 



Bowling Green,0. 
1* «t 



<i 



»i 



«4 



It 
It 



t» 



Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bradford, Pa. 



Master Mech. 

For.Rep.Shops 

RoadlnspectoT 

74 Bradford, Bordell and KInzaa BB. 

—Bradford to Simpson, 15 miles ; Bordell Branch, 2 
miles ; leased lines, 44 miles. 

1 John J. Carter*... liV*«id«i/ ....iTilusville, Pa. 

2 R. G. Tavlor | Fk«-iYwri«ten/iBradford, Pa. 

3 Gkorge A. Eckbert| Treasurer 

4 John E. Ransom . . ^Secretary 

5 John C. McKenna.|.9uprHnf(ffuf7. 

6 John C. McKenua.|(7.>{pr/.(jfci\i.^ 

7 R. Burr ! Roadmaster 

8 W. R. Dleffenbach Aud.A8p.Tel. 

9 G. L. Roberu Gen. Solicitor. 

10 C. E. Lasher Master Mech. . 

General office, foot of Chestnut St., Bradford, Pa. 

75 Bradford, KIdred and Cuba BB.~ 

Cuba to Ceres, 24 miles ; leased lines. 30 miles. 

1 Thomas C. Piatt. . . . [Receiver |New York, N. Y. 

2 John J. Carter. [President jTitusville, Pa. 

3 George A. Eckbert. TVtfo^tfrer ....; Bradford. Pa. 



t( 



tt 
it 



t« 

It 



t( 
1 1 



4 John E. Ransom.. 

5 John C. McKenna. . 

6 W. R. Dieffenbach. 

7 R Burr 



Secretary New York, N. 

S.dG.F.AP.A Bradford, Pa. 
Auditor 



Y. 



tt 



(I 



Road Master.. 
8 C. E. Lasher Master Mech. 

General office, foot of Chef>tnut St., Bradford, Pa. 

76 Brldctou and Saeo BlTer BB.— Hiram 

Junction to Brldgton, 16 miles. 

1 Wm. F. Perry President jBrldgton, Me. 

2 P. P. Bnmhnm....\ Treasurer ... ** *' 

8 J- A- Bennett | %%^*| } " " 

4 S. L. Stevenson : Chief Engineer ^Goxhum, Me. 

5 M. M. Caswell \M.o/ Af. AP.^.jBridgton, Me. 

6 Joseph N. Marqne . . \Road Master. . | " •* 

General office, Brldgton, Me. 

77 Brlgbtbope Bf.—Eppes Falls to Bermuda, 
88 miles. 

1 James H. Young. . . PreMdfnf New York, N. Y. 

2 Franklin Steams . . , Vice-President Richmond, Va. 

3 JamesR. Werth.. . Supt. A Treas. 



4 Geo. M. Wilson^ * 



( 



} 



6 P. M.Buckingham** 

6 A. Gary 

7 Alex. Hobson 



«t 



It 



It 



t4 



Chester, Va. 



Sec. & Aud. A 
GenF.dP.Agt 
PurcJi. Agt... 
Master Mech.. 
MastofTrans. 

General office, Richmond, Va. 

78 Brooklyn, Batb and HVest Bnd BB. 

Brooklyn to Coney Island, 7 miles. 



t« 



Pres. A Treas. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Vice- President 



Secretary 

Gen. Supt 

O.P.T.BAFA 



It 



II 



Brooklyn, N. Y, 



1 John M. Butler 

2 William F.Snyder.. 
8 J. Horace Harding.. 
4 John P. Heindell... 
5H. H. Roberts 

79 Brooklyn EleTated BB.— Fnlton Berry 
to East New York, 7 miles. 

1 Henry W.Putnam. !Prwi<<«»< Brooklyn, N. Y. 



2 Elbert Snedecker 

3 Stephen Pettus 

4 J. W. W! Mitchell. 
6 W. B. Longyear.. 
6 Frederic Martin. . . 



Vice-President 
Sec. A Treas 
Ass'tSec.ACasl 

Auditor i 

Gen. Manager.^ 



t» 



It 



idff~ See note of explanation on first page. 

19 



THK UmTED STATES 

Rolling Stock Company 

ORn im Late ID esUidiu, FigiKki Unei, IMis coitaiiis aid otbin 
LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, REFRIGERATOR CARS, 

BOX, STOCK, GONDOLA, DUMP AND FLAT CARS, 

ADdlipnpindloBLIILD for lemw ind on Coolnet rnr Cub. or Dnd« itwCutTnirtSjrMeni.nKli Rolling Stock 



New Works at HEGEWISCH, near Chicago, Illinois, 

TWENTY CARS PER DAY. 

At URBANA. Ohio, SIXTEEN CARS PER DAY. 



STORAGE YARDS, 



( HEGEWISCH, ILL. 
\ URBANA, O. 



GENERAL OFFICES, 30 WALL ST., N. Y. 

CHICAGO OFFICE, 1 80 LA SALLE ST. 

.V. nVlGV^VriSCH, Pi-esldemt. 



LUDLOW VALVE MFG. CO. 




1 938 to 9M livn Street, I m„^„ u V 

AND iroy, a. 1. 

67 to 88 Vail iienee, " 



VALVES. 



Doable and Hlngle 
Qt-W, )i In. to 4H iDH., 
Outeide and Inside 
ScrewB. IndiCKtor, etc., 



Gas, Water, 

Stsam 

and Oil. 




SEND FOR CIRCULAR. 



^Q (M Urn, Foot YalTGs, Yarl, fasli ui Firo Hydraats. 



POOR'S DIBECTORy OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



79 Brooklyn Bleratcd RR CmtUutd. 

TOeorgcB. V<mtaH.iCliMfBaginetr\'Bnok\!B.il. V. 
aOtmtlii A. BtX\ . AJtaiter kar/i J 
SQw.W.BdWBtda. IWotfA-TVonj. 

■"•*■««■" JSSSKii ■■ 

Locomollv* lUid Car Hepnir Sbopi itKiul Nuw Yorli. 

80 Brm>klfB, Flatbanb and Coucy !■- 
l«n« K]r.— Brookljn to Codcj blud, Smllei. 

IJunca Jonidui AnxlwrdeAv. Brooklyn, B. T. 

«K. U Lmngtord.. 

8 0M,W.Cll>Dnca]r 

~ J. h. IIOTTDW* . 

"-^ctW.W»U 

- -Flnler.,.. 
T J. xnttldlng. . 

81 Brooklyn and 

BR.-Eut New York [o Cu 
I DeWlUC.UtllajobnlftTj'.d TVKu.lOtwero. 
aHwityW. Johnson. .SKiyfarif. .,..lKe»Ior«, n. . 
8 William Werarr , . . . \.Superiatcnifl.\Ctainle, N. Y. 
■ndireiilerii RB.— Bruug 



:. ». T- 



SPmrW.Witkini.: Om.P.A T.A. 
. . Boai Matlfr. 



Qainca, C. 

inMcQuIre, h- . , - 

. Mill* BnlldlDB, N<w Y 
■Dd Phllidglpbl*, Pi. 

87 Buthlo, BflGhealvr and Plltaburcb 

IB.— Kocbealgr Co Waltioo. 

I Wililon H. BnlwD ftwii/nU New Yorti, N. Y. 

I T. F. Wmmorth,. *(T(toiif. .. 

I F. A. Brown.. ... Trtanirir. 



BockavEB* B 
lanleLandini;. tm 



loAlbu 



■d W. Kin lie J 



ST. W. LIlKe 

4 J. A. HeDnffle' ■ ' 
SF. W. Angler><. 
aB.FI.UcIv«r 

IJamea M. Bro><> 
I0B.O.HarTaj. 
II W. B. Otborm 
IS Cbu. HojsT . 



Pntidtnl New Yoi 1 

r.FdtOtn.M. Bnin>wk 
Sm. ^Trea* New Yoi 
liFAPAtMT Brnntwlc 
.rfn'f Q. P. A. 
Ati'g AvdUor 



Acfg 
Cathl 



lUr... 



.. -MB.AB.M. 

.. FoT.CaTBtp., 

. Superritor.... " 

.. Local AonU.. 

(toural offlCB, Bniniwiek, Qa. New York o(Bi 

Ifllla BnlldiDg. IS Braad S(. 

SSBaekley and Donclaa BR.— Uanlet 
RlvernortbeaBl. andipur, lOmtlea. 
I Edward Bqcklej .APra.i 0*n.Jf.|M»DlMco. Hicli 
aCharlea a. WLlaoii,:*c.<t7Vea«.. 
3 William I>oDglati,.;Oni. ^upf., .. | 

Cai Sbop* at Camp Donglaai, Mich. Owenl offii 
HulHca. Hlcti. 

84 BnffHlo Cnek RB.— Boffilo 1u LIk 
Uooas (Uaibor). * miles : bnncbea, 1 mile*. To 
track. IncladlngaldiiiKaaDd U tnck. IS.M mllM. 

IF. L.Danfortb \PTitiiiatl {Buflaln, N. Y. 

" "■■ Q a. 8a)'r8..1S«, i( TVni*.. Batblebem, P«. 



. . |,9^fKHfifen>rf.|BDSalo. 



a R F. Ooodmaa. 

to. W. Dowe , , 

18. B.Wc«d \HoadMaMUr..\ 

85 BaSklo Oresk Traaafar BB.— In tbt 
Cllr at Boltato, t.U mll«. 

1 Horaca A. VoiAt.APrnidaU IBlLIIalo, N, Y. 

lJobnR.W1Iliami.. rKowrrr.... 
(Fimnk F. WillUnH |3Kre<ofy | 

88 BaaUo. New York and Pblladcl- 

EUa BB.'BDSnld to EmpariDIU, HI mlt " ' 

lo to OU CUT, 1^ i"l'<>" ; brancbe* , AM inll< 
■ . New T< 



Bar. 



-' -IT! 



aCalvlu il \ 

a Arch.TN VT 

4 ioa, K, Trfmbic . 

5 John EtoDghflrtv*. . 

«G. B. aaU!be1l''ii. Vm. Aupt. 

T J. A. FellowM [n.F.JiTt 

8 H. T. Jobnuan , . . Om. nrt. Agl. 
8 Fruklln H. BDe11> • '—>■'— 

10 Wm.L. Doyle'.. . 

11 Henry Dwyer,. . . 

11 K. H. Witter 

II J. W.Watwa.... 
U B. D, McCreary, , 

IS iXclfiM Kn^rum.—t. 
N. Y.: O. HanlLlton, BuflUo, 
Oil City, Fa. 



Phlladelpbin. Pi 
M#* lork, N. ■ 
~---lo, N. y. 



. Flsbar. Rocheiter- 



88 Bnma. Haw Tork and Pblladelphia 

IS iAtiilm Mailtr MicMoiict.—Al}va Vull. Buffalo, 
N. Y.; C, K. Tomer, Olean, N. Y.; B, J. BootliBiniii«, 
" ■ Cl'y, Pu, 

R. Daly. B 



nicki 

Warren," Pali 



i J.T. Gardner 

' 1.8, Emery" 

i William £. Boyt' 

IC, W. Uilla 

) J. McGarvey 



I) Wealey Tweed 



alley Tweed . . 
H. Newman, . 



IS John Whlta 



e'."p.itf-.l 

CAI^ Eng. . . 



P.Mait.B.Div. 
S.Ma1.P.mi! 

F. CarShopt. 



lo. N. Y. 

Bradford, Pa. 
Uu Bala. Pa. 



Eacle KR.— BelL 
'-- -— - Nolnfc 

ern By.— Bnrnnglon to 



. F. Car—.-- - 
"'. Bqi. 3hip4. 
Mii/AgaU... 
. Bocfaeeler, N. Y. FUiauclal oflca. 
ew Yor*. N, Y. 
> Bnn, Bellefoitta and B^d 



Albert Lea, 3AS a 



a H. B. Holllfter... 
4 S. S.Dorwart' • ■ ■ 

6 W. P. Brady 

SOeo. A, Ooodell.. 

7 J. K. UnnncEan' • 

8 Jobn E. Dlt 

9 S.K. Tracy 

10 H.F. White 

11 J C. BrockrmK.. 
l£Thea, Bilekuer >. 
13 Q, e. BniMll'" ■ 
U R W. ButbDcU.., 
IS r. D. Irea 

17 w! p. Ward,.;!!! 
IS J. L. Haidwick... 



J.S.Pae.Dit.Etlbenma. la. 
O.F. a T.Agl. Oednr Ba|)id>, la, 
G*n. Ft. AbbiI' 

Otn.SoUeUor.AfiKilin^B, la. 
CMtf Bug... Cedar Rapid ■, Ta. 



MC. W, Odell 

asB. Aldrtcll 

W J.U.Harray.... 
ST C. U. Pnibury.. 
Sa U.M. KMpp.... 



MaH.Mtdumic, 
\Ai.atn.Fiil.A.\ 
.\lHv, Fat. Agt.. Bnrlinrtoo. la. 
iS. T.iTn. Zi.lCedar Rapldr, la. 

Man. ftirfWW. 

For. Uar Rrp'i. 

Train JKuin-.'lDwa Falla. U. 

Train JTiuftr-Ccdiit ttaplJn, la. 

Train »uAr.:Alhen Lea. Mhin. 

TViKn JIatUr. RiihervlUi', la. 

Train Mailer.JVf. Liberty, la, 

Trav. Fsl.A<i.\Ci.-iiit Raplda, la. 

Trot. Fat.Ai/.,Bar}lai^ji^ la. 



'^piaa%a 

BDlllTaD, Cedar lUpldi, la,i J. 
; O. Davl*. Hlverflde, la.; A. 



Trot. AudUurl 
All Auailor.l 
SI Bead l/aitiri.—ll. 

Rniwell. Cilnlon,^; P. O'Hell, luwa Falli. la.: .. 
Howe. EalhaiTlllc, la.: C. McSnery, Slble;. la.; J. D. 
Carle. WlMROWD, Dak, 

Genarnt efflee. Cedar Raplda, la. Fiaeul A([ency In 
New York. Canlral Truat Co. Loromntlve and Cm 
Brptlr Bbopa at BnrllnElDD, Cedar itnpldr. Rocklind, 
Allverl Lra.lowa Falla and Eatlieiilll<>. 

OO Burllncton and Lamallle BB.— Bnr- 
llnglon 10 Cambridge Junction. S4 mllca. 

C. LliiBlnT.,.,..,|rtwWfm/ IButllnpoB, Vt. 



lU.Spaulc 



.\ViCfPr*t... 



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21 



CAST-IRON WATER PIPES 



FOR 




Are Cheaper and Better than Masonry. 



LARGELY USED BY THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. 



Fire Hydrants, Valves. 

. D. WOOD 6l CO., 

4:00 Chestnut Street^ Philadelphia^ Pa. 



1850. 



B3STABi:.ISI£KI> 



1850. 






Successor to CAIRNS & FRENCH, 
400 Broome Street, IVew^ York City, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



BADGES 2^ BUTTONS 

FOB RAILROAD UNIFORMS. 

BAD68SI for Coat or Cap, xhowing raised bright letters on frosted backi^round, or letters sunk in face of Badge 

and black enamelled, of many patterns, styles and qualities, made of 0<:rman Silver, Bronze,' Or«ide or Brass, 

and Gold, Silver or Nickel-plated. 
BCXXONS for Uniforms in many styles and patterns, showing the initial letters of Company raised on surface, 

and made in various qualities of Oold, Silver or Nickel-plating, German Silver, Oroide or Bronzf>. 

Samples submitted for Inspection. Special designs maae on reqiiest. Estimates given on any desired quantity. 

Prompt and persona! attention given to all orders or inquiries. Our goods are of the best class, and are io use on 

many of the Railroads throughout the Country. 

KSTERBROOK'S • STEEL • PENS. 

Of Superior and Standard Quality. Fens in all the Fopnlar Styles. 

LEADING NUMBERS: 

PINE POINTS, No8. 333, 444, 232. 

ELASTIC POINTS, Nos. 123, 196, 136. 
MEDIUM POINTS, Nos. 048, 14, 130. 

BLUNT POINTS, Nos. 122, 183, 1743. 

BROAD POINTS, Nos. 239, 161, 284. 

For sale by all Stationers and Booksellers. 

THE esterbr-ook: steel. i*en c< 

^ Worh9 : Camden, N. tT, 26 J^ohn Street, New York, 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



00-109. 



6 n. N. Le«ch««T«" 

7 F. O. Brownell 

8 J.P.Day.... 



90 Barllnffton and Lamoille VtWt.—Con- 
tinved. 

3 B. W. P«ck ! Trttu. db Clerk, I Borlitu^on, Y t. 

4 Q. L. LiMley* G. Mgr.Aaup,- 

6C.H.Clark»4 Ca$hier 

G.F.itPai.AA 

Mast. Mech.... 

Road MomUt. .'Colchester, Vt. 

General office, Barlington, Vt. Repair Shops, at 
Barlington, Vt 

91 Barllnston and IHlMonrl RlTer 

See Chicago, Burlington and Quincy BR, 

92 Bnrlluflrton and Nortbivcstern Ry.— 

Borlington to WashiDgton, 52.8 miles ; and 

98 BnrllnffCon and HVestern RR,— Win- 
field to OBkaloo(*a, 70.7 miles. 

Ofpicbbs of both Companies. 

1 T. W. Barhjdt PreHdent IBnrllngton, la. 

5 C. P. Smiircs V.-P. B. A WJ 

3 Jno. T. Bemej V.-P.B,<tN.W 

4 R. M. Green* * Sec. A Tren*.. 

5 John T. Gerry* 8u. O.F.dbP.A. 

6 W. B. Jones L1m7 S.A R.M. 

7 J. A. Ostrander*.... ylue/ttor 

8 Adam Metz ^Mast, Mech, . 

General office, Burlington, la. 

94 Cadillac and Nortbea«t«rn RR.~ 

Cadillac to Lake City, 14 miles. 

1 W. W. Cammer. . . . 'Ptop.AO.Mgr.'C^dW\»c, Mich. 

2 M. C. Barch S^c. & Ooiin*el Q'd Rapids,Mich. 

3 E. vV. Ocrrish 5M;wri/i/Wirf7l Cadillac, Mich. 

General office, Cadillac, Mich. 



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Blocton to Woodstock, 10 miles. 



Co.'s RR.— 



Muscatine, la. 
Blocton, Ala. 



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1 W.A.Clark \PreH'tent 

2 T. H. Aldrich ' V.-PmH^lent . . 

3 C. Cadle, Jr \Sec. d Treat. . 

General office, Blocton, Bibb Co.. Ala. Locomotive 
and Car Repair Shops at Blocton, Ala. 

96 <'alro.Vlncennes and Cblcaso lilne.— 

(Cairo DiviMion, W. St. L. <fc P.) Cairo to Danyille, 868 
miles ; branch, 8 miles. 

1 Anlh. J. Thomas ( 

2 Charles B. Tracy f 

3 M. A. McDonald*.. 

4 J. J. Fletcher* •. . . 

5 Sara. P. Wheeler. . 

6 R.I.Far'gton«*»««i 

7 R. Oliver 

8 W.F.JohnsonT*" 

9 J. CaldweU.. .. 

10 P. W. Stapf . . . 

11 AbelS. Markley... 

12 L.B.Hull 

18 L.P.Baker 

General office, Drcxel Building, New York, N. Y. 

97 California 9bort Jjlne Ry«--Draper to 
Chester, 7 miles. 

1 John A. Groesbeck. J iVtfic^tfn/ 

2 Allen G. Campbell..! V.-President., 

3 W. 8. McCormick. . i Treamrer. . . . 

4 P. K. Morris \aecretary 

5 H. S. Kerr Chief ESig. . . . 

Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at Chester, U. T. 

98 California Soutbern RR. -National City 
to Barstow, 210 milen ; trackage rights over Southern 
Pacific, from Col ton to Los Angeles, 58 miles. 

1 Geo. O.Manchester' Pr««icf«7i/. . ..I Boston. Mass. 



98 California Sontbern WLWii— Continued. 



'Receivern 


New York, N.Y 


Gen. Manager 


Cairo, 111. 


; G. Ft. eft P. A. 


»» »» 


\G.8ol.forRec. 


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i Treasurer 


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\ Auditor 


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Car Aecoun'^t.. 


Mt. Carmel, III 


[Superintend't. 


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8 J. P. Whitehead.. 
4 Geo. L. Goodwin.. 

6 J. N.Victor 

6H.B.Wilkins«... 



Sec. d 6'a«Ai«r,NationalCiky,Cal. 



CompAG.Aud 
Treasurer.. .. 
Superintend* t . 
G.Fgt,<tPasA. 



Boston, Mass. 



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S.BemardinOfCal 
San Diego, Cal. 



7 C. T. Parsons 

8 W.Dunn 

9 Giles Kellogg* V • " 

10 C.Daniel 

11 F.T. Ferris 

12 A. C. Armstrong. . 
18 C. A. Mead 



Gen. TkH Agt. Los Angeles, Cal. 
^m. Agent... " 

NationalCity,Cal. 



Auditor. . , . 

MastJ£eehasAc 

Chief Eng. ...\B, Bemardiiio,CaI 

I'ureh, Agent.. \Tonekai, Kan. 

M.A.AA^P.A . NationalCIty,Cal. 

14 G. HoJtcrhofl, Jr. . ^Paymaster. . . . | " 

15 M. A. Luce \ Attorney j San Diego, Cal. 

General office. National City, Cal. Transfer office, 
70 KIlby St., Boston, Mass. Locomotive and Car 
Repair Shops at National City, Cal. 

99 Camden and Atlantic RR. 

See Pennsylvania system. 

100 Camden 9 Gloucester and Rlonnt 
Epbralm Ry.— Camden to Mt. Bphraim, 7 miles. 



Camden, N. J. 
Philadelphia, FSi. 



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2 Howard Hancock. . . Secretary. . 

8 John Welsh i Treasurer. 

4 Samuel Garwood. . . ' Smerintisnd:*t . 
6 C. G. Hancock G,Pas.ATkA. 

General office, Camden, N. J. 

101 Canada Atlantic Ry.- Ottawa to Roase*s 
Point, 186 miles. 

ID. C. Llnsley .President. 

2 W. G. Perley I Vice-PresidefU 

3 A. W. Fleck Sec. A Treas . 

4 E. J. Chamberlln. . > Gen.Manager. 

5 Percy R. Todd. . ...G.F. A P. A. 

6 AG. Peden \Auditor 

7 Walter Shanly .... Chief Fngin*r 

8 G. A. Mountain . . . \Res^d.Engin'r 

9 M. Donaldson \Meoh. Supt 

10 R. K. Claire [Freight Agent 

11 J. B. Duval ; Tratn BiipW. 

12 M. Donaldson \Mech, Supt. . . 

General office, Ottawa, Ont 

102 Canadian GoTernment Railways.— 

1,181 miles. 

1 J. n. Pope ' Minstr.of Rys. .Ottawa, Ont. 

2T. Tmdean \D.Min.qf Rys.\ 

3 A. P. Bradley 'flT. J}ept.ofRy».\ 



WUrmst*wn.N.J. 
Philadelphia, Pla* 



Ottawa, Ont 
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(a) IntereoUmial JTv.— Point Levis to Halifax and St. 
Joan and branches, 891 miles. 

1 David PottlngerT • ChitfSupt.. .iMoncton, N. B. 
a Thos. Williams* *. , Treas. A C.Acc] 
8 Arthur Busby. ....\g. Tkt. AP.A.^ 

4 George Taylor Gen. Fat. Agt. 

5 H. A. Whitney. . . . Medi^ Supt.. . 

6 P. 8. Archibald. . . . ! Chi^ Eng. . . 
7 Thomas V. Cook .. G. Storekeeper] 
8 G. W. Bohiwoa. .. .En.F A P. Ag. Montreal, Que. 



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R. B. Moody Wn.F.AP.Ag. 

10 J. R. Bruce* Trajfie Aud... 

11 D. White iMast. Car Rep. 

12 J. J. Wallace \Sup.HASt.JD * -«.w. *,. ^, 

13 James B. Price. . . . '/S'up.ir(ftC7Z>i«/|Campbe]lton,N.B 

14 A. R. McDonald... '^up.^dt9..^. I/I Riviere dnLonp,Q 

16 Roadmas/ers.—John S. Triles. Moncton, N. B. ; 
James Yeo, Riviere du Loup, Que. : William McLellan, 
New Castle. N. B.; J. Patterson, Campbellton, N. B.; 
Thomas O'Regan, Tmro, N. S. ; William Ralnnie, 
A. B. Gray, Campbellton, N. B. 

16 Mechanical Foremen.— W. Johnson. Halifaz^.S. ; 
A. Onillette, Riviere du Loup, Que.; C. S. Allen, Truro, 
N. S.; D. Sinclair, St. John, N. B.; H. Ouillitt, Ste. 
Flavie, P. Q.; F. Drake, Hadlow, P. Q.; J. A. Johnson, 
Campbellton, N. B. 

General office, Moncton, N. B. 

(b) Prince Edward Island J?y.— 210 miles. e 



1 James Coleman* 

2 W. T. Huggani s ■ « 

8 J. Unsworth 

4 J. Houle » 

6 J. McPherson f 



Superintend^. 
AccH A Treas. 
Mech. Supt.,. 

Road Mcuters. 



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23 



THE 



Harlan'^HoHingsworthCo, 

MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF 





Passenger Cars, 

OF THE FINEST FINISH. 

ALSO ALL KINI>S OF 

City, Baggage, Mail, Sleeping, Freight, 
Dumping, and Coal Cars. 

WHEELS AND AXLES, STEEL SPRINGS, etc. 

IN FACT, 

EVERYTHING FOR THE FULL EQUIPMENT 
OF A ROAD. 

From onr long experience in Gar Building, and our facilities for doing work, 
we are enabled to give entire satisfaction in every particular. 

We are also extenBively engaged in building Iron Veasels, Iron Steamboats, 
ijteam Engines and Boilers, and Machine Work in general. 
^ For farther particulars address 

THE HARLAN AND HOLLINGSWORTH CO., 

^ WILMINGTON, DEL. 



POOR'S DIHECTOBY OF BA1L.WAY OFFICIAL& IM-lia. 

lOS CBNHdInn Uovernoiant BallnBra-- I 104 Gmmb and Waraa*bnr« Bm.-Cu. 

OnUfRtiAf. I ton 10 Sommit. is mllw. 

a II. W. Andinwn., 



7 D. U. Frucr 



■03 0*n>dlBu I 



: S C. C. Coo! 
iBJobn H.dleT... 
Nl, RTreucl... 



1 Ubo, Stephen 

» W, C. V«n Home. 

3 Chu. Drinkwiiler. 
4W,8.T.y1oc'"' 

tOao. Oldi. 

ST.O. ahnnghiiMiT 
T UaciDi Tntlle. 
61. a. McToiiHi.. 

4 P. B P. Brown, , 
IDHenrj Beitl;.. , 



IS A. C. Henry 

ISW. H. Ketmri..... 
18RH, Smllh'-N. 

ITJ.R. RcnlS 

IH K. 8, Andeiaon . . . 
tSHMoaH. SUum. 
WAreherBakFr .. . 
namyUoodj ... 
UBiDkotlfontreal 



Prriiilmt .... 
ria-PntLHa„t 
Stcrftary.... 
Triamiir. .. 
OtH. Trf. Mar. 
An!tll4».Ma» 
Pat.Trf. ilgr. 
Lnnil Oamin'r 
M"-A. .■>upl.... 
ilT.Vkt Trait. 

S.P.a.'AB.C. 



I lOE Ope Fear and Vadlcln Valler Bt- 

, -GrernuboTo lo South Cirolln* Si*t« Line, IM nili« : 
Caps Vat River Branch, i mlla* ; Sonih Cuolliia Pa- 
I clAc Ry.. 11 milea ; Mount Airy Eitenaion complisied. 



I Jnllna A.Oray.. 
9 John U. RoK' . 

IJR.WfllliBU*«< 



flW. E KylB« 

S Ocnrg* M. Rom. . 
T Robl. W BMeoorl' 



flrt>Tttary. . FajettSTlU*, S.t. 

Gtnrral aupi. Gkeenabnro, K.C. 

Orn.F.AP.AgittjAltyWi*, N.C. 



Va-. Varprn-r' 
l,-'.M.</ll:iu 



Josealwro, N. C". 

I OS Cape VlrardHa ll«iillair*al<rn Mr- 

—Cape Olrardrau lo Wappapello. tA mller. 

ILDUlaHonch. /Vi«,c«Om.Jf, CapeOI.Jrdoau.M 

1 William BroKn... KjM-fVwbfmr St. Loula. Mo. 
■ Leon J. Alhcrt....irKaninr...., CapeUlntdeiii.lt 
« Thoi. F. WbeeW. /iee.diPimJlaf\ 
S William A. Penny. .•iuivHn/mdV, | " " 

.T.F.wh«w.„)»:-j';>™.! .. ■■ 

T JamaaF.Biooka. ('MtfKoiilnerrlJvkron. Mo. 
BC.K. Fiiher MaH.nf Mae/i. CaptGlntaaa.M 

• A.W.FMcher... «(«,( Jfo-tor, I 
"iR H.8dillh Sapt.Bridgtu. 



I. Whrel 
Qaneral offlce. Cape Olrardeai 



oilee-toul. 57«.a mllrx. 



71 Jamei Wlleon . '. 
18 J. W. Lmmard . 
»H. B. Spencer , 
MB. W.LoynB... 
SIW.J. BInglelon. 

MT. Hay 

nw.C. Hall 



: Brockvlll* Bnnch, n.b 
Wniili;« ; St. Jerome Bmncli. 

. .ii>Mlfi-n.Siipt\}ion\n^\,qac. 
.. Ai.F-it.T.Mr 

. [O'''. Fiji. Aal.^tattinxa, Onl, 
..\<in, A», Jor.montreal, Qb*. 

. S«p. ml. A;, Toronto, Onl. 



.'.V.'.v'ii^/lle.) 



Oupleaa, Onl. 
Bchrlebir. Onl. 

Sacbec. Oil 
irleion.J(.. 
ToronUi, Opt. 
Chicago. III. 



fuj...: DUt.Ptut.Agt 

raon., tWv '*i". J^i./MnnlrteL On. 

IT Fgi.A POM.A.Oiew Ymlt, 1(, 

ioi>.~Port Arthur lo Donald, 1,UI ml 



40 W. Whyte... 

41 Bobert Kerr. 
43J. Nnrrar. . 

48 3. NlblDck . . 
44 T. H. V - 



fi-pl ...|Wlnnl_pfg,Han. 



iZlle. 



1 F. F, HogaW \Prt>ideji( ... 

SJua.B Roberta. ...\Treiuurtr . .. 
SPotcr W, WlllbanlC.^*r(,7Wof». . 

4Jo».H.HaneB \Qm. Manage 

flj. llenr^ Edmnndt. Am. Hupl... 

(i Thoa. P. Curtpy . ..-Aiidilnr 

101 raraqael Ry. -Under 






Matin \ChitfEniHTuer\ 

irlllAu and GrflDVtlle RR.- 

.renvllle, ISmllca. 

cpbeid \Pmldeiit .... Honlreal. Qoe 



.lA, Boileao ' Mwl. Car ITr., 

SA. Denjardlna ;jeoaif JCtuter..! " 

(Thla road U owned by the Ottawa River NMlgntlon 
Co.. and la oueraled hy Ihnt cumpany, doring uTln- 



Pac*Jb: iMrlalM. -Donald to Port Hoody. 448 oillea. 
41H«rTT Abbott.. .. OtB. .■'unf .. IVancoiiTer, B. C. 

MB-NTannle .'hifir.;^. Me. Donald, B. C, 

4-D. R.Bnwn ■ftm.K..«P.A. VIcioria. B. C. 

4« L. R. Johnion '.VatllltcA . iVincootcr, B. C. 

CtenenI oDIcf. lOi St. Jam» Kt.. Montr**]. One, Loo- 
dun olBce. 8S Oqooii M.. B. U. New York ofBce. J. I 
Kannody Tud A Co., tt.% Xt'llllaiii St. 



110 Caroliaa Cealral RB. 

Stf Se/^aard Air Liru. 

111 Oanan and Colarado RB. 

aai Virfflnia aiut Tncktt BS. * 

113 Carlhace and AdlrODdacIt BT.-Car. 

hageto.UyHlle.SOmlle., 

B. D. Benaon \Pnui<lfnl .... New Yo*. N. T. 

a. ft. Brann | 7Vm»w«- . , , . | 



l^^ See nola of explanation on firat page. 



THE ALLISON M'PG CO. 



9 



RAILROAD CARS; 



WROUGHT AND CAST IRON WORK FOR 



Cars, Buildings & Bridges; 

BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS; 

ALSO ALL KINDS OP 

RAILROAD SUPPLIES. 



BOILER TUBES, GAS, STEAM AND WATER PIPE, 

WATER GRATES, DRY PIPES, STAY BOLTS 

AND PUMP PLUNGERS; HYDRAULIC, 

ARTESIAN, SALT AND OIL WELL 

TUBING AND CASING; 

Brass Work, Fittings, Tools, etc., etc. 




MADE OF THE BEST QUALITY OF IRON AND STEEL, 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



113-119. 



112 Carthase and Adirondack Ry«— C^n- 
tlnued. 



New York, N. Y. 
Carthage, N. Y. 



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3 W. 8. Benson USevi-etary 

4 C. B. Benson General Man. 

5 E. A. Bond ■SupcrinUiui't . 

6 B. C. WiUianig ,A uditor New York. N. Y. 

Bzecntlve offices, 12 Broadway, N. Y. City ; general 
offices, Carthage, N. Y. 

118 Catasanqaa and FoffelsvUle RR.— 

Catasaaqoa to KittenlioaifC Gap, 30 miles ; Breinigsville 
Branch, 5^ miles. 



1 George T. Barnes, 
8 John Williamss > 4 



Presidenf. 



3 C. W. Chapman* .... jSupt. <t Eng. . 

' Gen. Fat. Agt. 

Road Master . . 

Mast.qfMach 



4 R. B. Wllllaras* 

5 T. Penstermakcr. 
A John Thomas 



Philadelphia. Pa. 
Cataeauqua, Pa. 



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General office, Catasauqua, Pa. 

114 Catsklll Mountain RR Catskill to 

PalenviUe, 16 miles ; Cairo RR. (leased), 4 miles. 

1 Charles L. Beach. . . \PreMdent 

2 Isaac Pmyn ! Vice- President 

3 Samuel L. Veiite\^.\ Secretary 

4 Orrin Day | Treasurer 

6 Charles A. Beach. .. Supt.&Pas.Ag 
6 John L. Driscoll .... U^.M.ttH.Mas. 

115 €«dar Raplda and Marlon Rir.— Ce- 
dar Ri^ids to Marion, 5 miles ; City Linos, 8 miles. 

1 William Greene Preddent .... | Cedar Rapids, la. 

2 A. J. McKean | Vice-President }li&tion, 1a. 

8 N. B. Consigny Secrefaty Cedar Rapids, la. 

4G. Greene \Trmmrir . . . . 

5 William Blsom \SitpeHntend't. 

6 Blake A Harmei \Aftornevs 

7 Frank Sallacek {Section For'm. 

8 8. A. Wilson .Section Ibr'rn. 

9 Ben George ^Foreman H.S.i ** ** 

116 Central loira Ry.—Total mileage, Inclnd- 
Ins leased lines, branches, etc.. S25.8t miles. (For de- 
tails see Poor> '' Manaal of Railroads.'*) 



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IB. L. Dudley 

2 A. B. Slickney... 

SRossell Sage 

4C. H. Ackert 

SSethZag 

6 J. G. Johnston 

7 J. P. Nourse**.... 

8E. D. Yonng 

9B. A. Jones 

lOT. H. Simmons... 

IIA. B. Plough 

12 John Player 

18 B. E.Carver 

14 James Frew 

16 Georf^e A. Pruden . 
16M.C. Heallon»«»»o 

17 P. F. Narey 

18 B. H. Coapmau 

19 A. C. Daly 

20M. Bolan 

21 M.A.Stafford.... 

22 F. Hartman 

23 Dennis Sheehan. . . 

24W. W.Ralpe 

25F. J. Bates 

26 Central Trust Co.. 
27C. E. MalloryTtii. 



Rec.dtGen.Hfa.', 

f^eHflePt I 

Mce-Pmsidenf 
Sec. d Pur. Agt 

Treasurer 

Ass't Sunt 

Gen. P.A T.A. 
No. Pass. Agt. 
S.E.Pass.Agi: 
Gen. Fat. Agt.\ 
Ass'tO.F.Agt., 
Master Mecn. . \ 
Mast. Car B'r.\ 
Div.M.Mech.. 
ChiefEngineer^ 

Auditor 

Siipt.of Bridg. 
Supt.'of Tel.. 
Gen. Solicitor. 
Road Master.. 
Road Master.. 
Road Master.. 
Road Master.. 
Gen. Agent. .. 
Foreman C.P. 
Tranttfer Agt. 
Car Acc'nU.. 



Marshalltown, la. 
St. Paul, Minn. 
New York. N. Y. 
Marshalltown, la. 



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Indianapolis, Ind. 
Marshalltown, la. 



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Marshalltown, la. 



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Oskaloosa. la. 
Brighton, la. 
Monmouth, lU. 
Peoria, III. 
Marshalltown. la. 
New York, N. Y. 
Marshalltown, la. 



General office, Marshalltown, la. Transfer office. 
New York, N Y. 

IIT Central Ontario Ry.— Picton to Wollas- 
ton, 104 miles. 



1 S. J. Ritchie . . . 

2 James McLaren 

3 Robert Fraser 

4 George W. Dench. 
6 J. D. Evans 



President Akron, O. 

Vice-President Bucklngham.Qne. 
Sec. <fe Treas.. Trenton, Ont. 
General Man. 
Chi^Engineer 



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6 James Falconar \Mast9r Mec/i.. ITienton, Ont. 

7 G, Marshall [Rood Master. .1 

General office, Trenton, Ont. 

118 Central Pacific RU. 

See Southern Pacific Company. 

119 Central RR. of Georgia*— Total mileaj^o. 
including leased line«,branches^tc , 1,146 miles. (For 
details, see Poor's '' Manual of Railroads.'*) 

1 B. P. Alexander. . . ; President Savannah, Ga. 

2 Wm. Rogers .Asst.to Pres...\ 

8 P. C. IIolllDB . . . . ' Vice-Pmhident New York, N. Y. 

4 Ed. Mclntyre* * » »« Treasurer Savannah, Ga. 

5 Wm. Rogers Ass't to Pres..\ " ** 

8 M . 8. Belknap i Gen. Manager. ' " ' * 

7W. F.Shellman... ,7Va/.3fana<7«'i " 

8 Geo.A Whitehead** Gen.F. A PA. 

9 T. D. Kline .Sup. (SW.RR.) Macon, Ga. 

10 F. U. Thomson .... Auditor. iSavannah, Ga. 

11 T M. CnnninghamjJBanX; Ca«Ai^..l 

12 W. W. Rogeis Ass'tCashier. . \ 

18 W. O. Charlton. . . . > Paymaster. ... I 

14 C. H. Carson Purch. Agent. \ 

15 B. J. Cubbedge ^Fotd^q. Agent, 

»«i>D-A"»» \TacM:^b 

17 B. Donovan ^Foreman C. D. \ 

18 Jas. C. Shaw , Gen. Trav.Ag. 

19 Wm. M. Stevens. . . Road Master. . Macon, Ga. 

20 Theodore Wells"* » Car Account. 

21 B. F. Hudson ^R.M.S. W.Dir. 

22 D. M. Gugel Div. M. Meek.. 

28 S. A. Charpiot \Masl. Car B. . . 

24 T. F. Warwick Div. M, J/«c^.. Augusta, Ga. 

25A. J. Nix \Matt. Car.B.. Columbus. Ga. 

26 W. H. Rhett , (}en. Agent. . . New York, N. Y. 

27 M. M. Rojjers \AssH Gen. Ag. 

28 A. DeW. Sampson. UV. E. Agent... ^QofitovL, Mass. 

29 Svmrrisors S. W. IHv.—Q. W. Roberts. Ft Valley. 
Ga.; W. W. Poole, Amcricus, Ga.; C. B. Clark, Cntb- 
bert, Ga. 

80 Supercisors Sew. 2>i».— M. C. Tarver, Marlow, Ga. : 
H. C. Ivey, Tennille, Ga. ; J. B. Stevens, Gordan, Ga. 

(a) Columbus and Western J?y.— Opellka to Good- 
water, GO miles ; Columbus Branch, 29 miles. Exten- 
sion from Good water to Birmingham now ander con- 
tftruction. 

1 E. P. Alexander. . . 'President !. . . .Savannah, Ga. 
2E McIniyre»«»»«.|rr«WMW... 

8 Andrew Anderson.. |S^(T«/ary . . . . ' *' " 

4 E. A. Plewellen. . . . ' Gen.M.S C.E Columbus, Ga. 

5 G. A. Whitehead^.. I &6n.i^ AP.A. Savannah, Ga. 

6 C. H. Carson | Purch . Agent. ' 

7 W. F. Snellman TraJflcMan'gr, 

8 J. C. Albrecht \ Master Mack.. Columbns, Ga. 

9 A.J. Nix \MasterCarB} •* 

10 H. M. Howard ....: lfo«<«r 2Va/i«. I 

11 Theodore Wclls"» J :(7ar .4c»mn^ . Macon, Ga. 

12 Geo. D. Wadley.. . . \Road Majster. . 'Columbus, Ga. 

General office, Opelika, Ala. Transfer office. Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

(p) Motdle and Gerard J?J?.— Columbus to Troy, 85 
miles. 

1 W. G. Raoul President iSavannah, Ga. 

2 J. M. Frazcr' * • ^^^Sec. d Treas. . Columbus, Ga. 
8 W. L. Clark Supt.APur.A. 

4 D. E. Williams' f •\Gen.F.A T.A. 

5 n. M. Howard \Masl.of Trans. 

G W. F. Shcllman. . . i Traffic Mar. . . Savannah, Ga. 

7 J. C. Albrecht ' 3fa«?<w/0K(tic//.' Columbus, Ga. 

8 A. J. Nix ^Master Car B. " ** 

9 N. Brittingham. . . . \Road Master. . \ ." ** 

General office, Columbus, Ga. 

(c) Port Royal and Augusta RR.—Fori Royal to 
Greenwood (including leased lines), 180 miles. 

1 W. G. Raoul I President Savannah, Ga. 

2 Edward Mclntyre" JV«w«r«r .. . 

8 Andrew Anderson . [Secretary ** 



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MICHIGAN 



CAR 



DETROIT, y^J^JLX, MICHI6A1 



COMPANY, 



Qlillanufacfurcre of 




FREIGHT & REMGERATOR CARS 



Capacity 9 10^000 Cava per Annum. 



CAR WHEELS, CASTINGS, CAR AXLES, 



Forgings^ IninkB and Pinsi 



JAMES MCMILLAN, Preside 

HUGH MCMILLAN, .... Vico-PreBideDt and Qeneral Manmg 
JOSEPH TAYLOR. -..-.-- 8d Vice-Pieaide 
W. K. ANDERSON, Treasai 

w. c. McMillan, Secmuu 

R. E. PLUMB, General Age 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



ll^ltMI. 



119 Central Rii. of Q^orgim—Pi>rt So^al and 
Juffusta Rli.— Continued. 

A J. W. Green I Oen. Manager. Kxkga^XA, Ga. 

5 W. W. Htarr Superintend't. 



Otn.P.AF.A. 
Traffle Mgr. . . 
SolLciHng Agf. 

... Road Master.. 
Savannah, Ga. New 



Savannah. Ga. 
Augusta, Qa. 



York Agency, 



6 E. T. Charltou 

7 W. F. Shellman 

8 W. J. Craig. . . . 
»T. P. Warwick 

10J. C.Wilkins.. 

General office 
2S8 Broadway. 

(rf) Savannah, Griffin and North Alabanui BR.— 
Griflln to Carrollton, bO miles. 

1 W. G. Raoul \Preeident jSavannah. Ga. 

«BdwardMcIntyre..i7*r«a4?wr«r.... ** 

Z Andrew Amlenon . Secretary ** ** 

4 G. A. Whlrehead... , ^on i?*.*? P.X. 

5 W. F. Shellman .... TVtii^ ifflrr. . . 

6 W. M. Stevens . [Road Mailer.. Mt^on, Ga. 

General Office, Savannah, Ga. 

(«) S^lvania i?/?.— Sylvania to Rocky Ford, 16 miles. 

1 D. C. Bacon \Pre/fident iSavannah, Ga. 

2 John U. Dell r.-/Vew.tt J/yr Sylvanla, Ga. 

8 J. P. Loveite \Sec. cfc Treas..\ 

General office, Sylvanla, Ga. 

See aleo Ocean Steamehip Co. and Georgia Associated 
Trqgk lAne^t. 

General office (C. RH. of Ga.), Savannah, Ga. 

130 Central RR. of Nemr Jersey.— On Jan- 
uary 1, 1687, the receivers of the Central RR. Co. of New 
Jersev asHumed posflession of the lines of the company. 
096 miles in all. and now operate them independent of 
the Philadelphia and Reading RR. 



1 John S.Kennedy..' ( d-^^-^-- 

2 Jowph S. Harris . i f J^^^^s... . 

i S€c./orR€c> 
} df Cornp... 
TreiUforUec's 

Gen. Bupi 

Geth. Fgt. Agi. 
Gen. Pai».Agt. 
Purdi. Agt.... 



3 S.M.Williams.... 

4 J. W. Watson 

5 J. H. OlhauHen 

6 P. H. Wyckofl.... 

7 H. P. Baldwin ... 

8 A. Reckless 



New York, N. Y. 



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Elizabeth, N. J. 

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Division Officials. 



» W. W. Stearns. . . 

10 W. V.Clark. 

11 Q. W. Twining. .. 

12 W.H. Peddle...] 

IS J. U. Thompson.. 

14 T. B. Koons 

15 W. F. True 



Su.N.J. C.Dlv. 
Su.N.J.a.lHt. 
Su.L.ASm.J). 
Eng. N.J. C.dt 

IS. IHm 

En.LJkSue.J). 
F.A.Lf^SusD 
F.A.N.J.S.D. 



Elizabeth. N. J. 
Long Branch.N.J. 
MauchChunk.Pa. 

iElizaberh, N.J. 

Mauch Chnnk.Pa. 

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LongBranch,N.J. 



AccoiTMTiso Officials. 



16 G. O. Waterman. 

17 George Wolf. . . . 

18 G. H.Sanborn.. 

19 M. A. KoonA. .. 



New York, N.Y. 



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[Aud.o/R <f/>. 
^Aud.ofPas.T 
\Aud.ofFgt. T. 

Coal Traf. Agt. 

RealEnt. Agent 

Car. AcconnVt Elizabeth, N. J. 



20 H. W. Douty.... 

21 P. E. HIgble. . . . 

General office, 119 Liberty SL, New York, N. Y. 

121 Ceotral RR. of Hoof b Carolina. 

Bee Atlantic Coast Une. 

122 Central Vermont RR. Sjatem. 

Gbkeral Ofkrating Offiosrs. 



1 J. W. Hobart.... 

2 8. W. Cummings. 
a W. B. Babbitt... 
4 B. G. Lacas^? «.. 



Gen. Manager. 
Gen. Pass. Agt 
Chief Eng.... 
Auditor 



St Albans, Vt. 



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(a) Central Vermont RR.—ToiaX mileage, Including 
l<«aed lines, 431.60 miles. (For details see '' Poor's 
Manual of Railroads.**) 

1 J. Gregory Sm\l\i.:\PreHdent iSt. Albans, Vt. 

2 Jas. R. Langdon ...\\H Viee-Pres. . | 



122 Clentrml TemnoDt RR. Syatem.-Com- 

PORATS AMD DlTISIOlC OFFICERS.— Cbfl/lniMrf. 

3 E. C. Smith 2</ Viee-Pres. . St. Albau^ Vt. 

4 Geo. Nichols Secretary Northfleld, Vt. 

6 D. D. Ranleti**.. Tremurer .... St. Albans, Vt. 

6 J. M. Foss ' Gen. Supt. . . . ! *' 

7 I. B. Futvoye Supt. No. Z>ir. St. Johns, P. Q. 

8 J. Bnrdett Svpl.Rut. /Xr.j Rutland, Vt 

9 E. F. Brooks Supt. Brat. mv\BrtXWt\ioro\ Vt. 

10 Wm. J. Robertson. S.M.P.&MCB\^i. Albans, Vt. 

11 E. A. Chittenden . . Supt. JjO. F.T. 

12 C. A. Converse AseHSu.L.Fgt\ " 

13 M. Magifl ^Stipt.TeUq... 

14L. J. Swett \Sypt. BuUd'gs 

16 C. n. Clark \Supt. Bridges. 

1« H. Bralnerd ' Gen. Bag. Agt 

17 F. H. Brown \Freight Agent Montreal, Que. 

" I- - gj Albany, Vi. 



18 N. F. Clark .Fuel Agent 

19 C. A. French Mast. Car P.. 

20 N. L. DaYis I MM& CB{RD) 

21 H. M. yf^\il\et....\MMACB(BD) 

22 A. C. Bean \Road Master . . 

28 E. W. Homer \Road Master. . 

General office, St Albans, Vt. 

{b) New London Northern RR.- 
Brattleboro', 121 miles. 

1 Bobert Coit \Pres. A Treas. New London, Ct 

2 J. A. Southard. . . . -Secretary . . . . | 
8 C. P. 8paulding»..i-srwprcf Ci^.F.il. 

4 8. W. Cummings.. &tfn. Pews. Agt. St Albany, Vt 

6 I. W. Dow ^Maitter Mech. . New London, Cl 

6 L. E. Roys \Supt. J?ri/iflrw. Rutland. Vt 



Rutland. Vt. 
Brattleboro', Vt. 
St Albans. Vt. 
Rutland, Vt. 

-New London to 



Road Master. . , Palmer, Mars. 
Road Master . . Montville, Cl. 
Fore$uan R.S.\'Sev London, Ci. 
Ftnreman R. S. 



7 J. W. Shanks.. 

8 F. H. Prescott.... 

9 W.E.Greene 

10 W. A. Beckwith.. 

General office. New London, Ct. 

(c) Ogdensburg and Lake Chnmplain ff^.— (^cns- 
bnrg to Rouse's Point, 118 miles; Lamoille Valley Kx- 
tension RR., 12 miles. 

1 J. W> Hobart PreHdent iSt Albans, Vt 

2 D. D. Ranlett 

8 George I. Childs.. 
4 F. W Baldwin ... 
6 8. W. Cnmralngs.. 

6 Frank Owen 

7 Levi Hasbronck' * 

8 E. B. Burnham .... 

9 Jas. G. Weetbrook 

10 J. H. Gracy 

11 A. Klohs 

12 H. 8. Leach 

18 A. F. Dailey 

General office, Ogdensburg, N. Y 



Treaeurer . . . 

Secretary 

Superintend'' t 
Gen . f\uts. Agt 



Ogdensburjr, N.Y 
St. Albans. Vt 



Gtn.Fgt. ^(/^ Ogdensburg, NY 
G. Accent A C. 
P^trch. Ageni. 

Auditor 

Gen. Bag. Agt. 

Master Mech . 

M.C.B.itR.M. 

Foreman C. R. Ogdensburg M.Y. 

Fifcal Agency, 96 



Malone, N. Y. 

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Milk St., Boston, Ma^s 

123 CentrcTliie, moFavla and Albla.— 

Centreville to Albla, 26 miles. (Formerly pan of 
Wabash, St Louis and Pacific RR.) 

1 Thomas Thatcher. | Receiver | Keokuk, la. 

124 Chagrin Falls and Rontbern RR.>- 

Wil lough by to Bridgeport, 180 miles. 



1 Alfred Adams.. 

2 O. F. Fraaer.... 

3 J. Stoneman..., 

4 F. M. Adams. . , 

5 W. Hutchings» 
A. C. Williams 



Cleveland, O. 
Chagrin Falls, O. 



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President . . 
Vice-President 
Treasurer . 

Secretary 

Gen. Manager. '* •* 

Gen. Supt. . 

General office. Chagrin Falls, O. 

125 Champalsn and Havana Line (for- 
merly division ot Wabash, St Lonis and Pacific RIt ». 
—Champaign to Havanna. with branch from White 
Heath to Decatur— total length, 182 miles. Now part 
of Illinois Central System. 

126 Charleaton^ CInrlnnatI and Cbl- 
cago RR.— Projected from Charleston northeast to 
the Ohio River, and 50 miles of road now built 

1 Frank Coxe President.... Philadelphia. Pa. 

2 H. K. Baker See. <£ Treas.. Springfield, Mass. 

. [Non.— This line is being built by a corporation 



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Missouri Car & Fonnilry Go. 



Car forks and FonnilrT, St. Lonis, lo. Car Worts, CaiMilge City, Iniiana. 



joixT cmcin, thirty freight cars m day. 



FREIGHT, REFRIGERATOR & FRUIT GARS 





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Castings and Brass 



OFFICERS: 

WM. McMillan, - - President and Treasurer 
WM. H. GARDNER, - - - - Vice-President 

MELVILLE SAWYER, Secretary 

A. T. BUCHANAN, - - _ - General Agent 
HENRY WELLS, Chicago Representative, Room 21 1 Home Ins. Building. 
R. B. LYLE, Supply Agent 



General Dices, 204 Kortli Tliiril Street, St. Lonis, lo. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



126-13§. 



136 Cliarleaton, Cincinnati and Chicago 

known as the Maesacbnsetts and Southern ConBtrnction 
Co., bavin:; the following; offlcors : A. B. Harris, Pres- 
ident : Chas. Whittier, Vice-Preiidmt ; Jno. F. Jonen. 
ChUf EiHfinter : R. A. Johnson, O^n. Manager. 
General ofilce, 24 Simmons Building, Boston, Mass.] 

127 Cliarleaton and Savannali RB« 

See Plant Investment Co. 

138 Charlotte, Columbia and Aucuata 



See Bichmond and West Paint Terminal. 

129 Cliarlottebarsand Gre^o Lake RR. 

— Charlotiebarg Junciion to Green Pond Mines, 6 
miles. 

1 Geo. H. Polts I PreHdent New Yorlc, N. Y. 

2 J. Geo. Repplier....| r.-/'.,5^.<fe T. 

130 Chaieansay- RR.— Piattsburgh to Lyon 
Mountain, 34 miles. Extension recently completed 
from Lyon Mountain to Loon Lake, 30 miles. 

1 Smith M. Weed.. PreHdent PiaitsDurgh.N.Y. 

% Andrew Williams. • Treasurer ....' *• ** 

8 H. M. OlmBted.... Serretafy.... New York, N. Y. 

4 A. L Inman^ Oen. ilftinaaer Plattsbnrgh, N.Y. 

5 J. M. Davie» . . . Master Meek. Lyon M'ni'n.N.Y. 
« M. L. French' » »». ^w. cfe Jf. q/' Tr. Piattsburg, N. Y. 

7 W. C. French Gtn. hat. Agt. 

8 MFI»arkhurst"*>»»o (^^. f\t. Agt.^ 

9 L. Hallinan Oen. Bag. Agt. i 

10 E. Hall C/iief Er^g .... I Lyon M'nt'n.N.Y. 

11 F. L. Averill Ass'lCMef En ** *' 

18 A. C. Kinney S.B.^M. CarR. 

13 S. A. McMartln... i?oa// Jf(w<.r. I 

General office, Plattsburgh, N. Y. Transfer office, 
21 Cortlandt St., New York, N. Y. 

131 ChaCtaam Branch Ry«— Chatham Junc- 
tion to Chatham, 9 miles. 



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1 Alex. Morrison. 
% W. B. Snowball 
8 J. B. Snowballv 
4 A. W. Walters*. 

.*> A. Alcorn 

6 John Hawks 



President Chatham, N. B. 

SoTefary 

rrias.^Gt>n.M. 
Gm.F.A T.A. 
C Eng.it M.M. 
RiMul Master . . 



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133 Chattarol Ry.— Ashland to Richardson, 
50 miles. (Now part of C, C. & C. KR.— 1 36. 

I Jay U. Northup ... KerdrtnkG.M XM,h\tkiiAy Ky. 

a H. B.Butler* ^ ' » » lo J J/^^-^ ^ j. 

3 C. 8. Wei ion Geri Fgt. Agt.^ 

4 M. M. Misdimer \Mast. &f Mach. 

5 Martin Lin«ky \Road Master. . ; 

183 Cbautanqna Ijake Ry.— Projected to 
run from Westfield, N. Y., via Maysville and James- 
town, to junction with D., A. V. A P. RR., 88 miles, 
with brancn from MaybVille to Chautauqua Assembly 
Grounds, 4 miles— total, 40 miles. Ail mded, and con- 
struction to be completed by July 1, 1^7. 

1 Robert N. Marvin. . President i Jamestown, N.Y. 

« J. C. WilliHms VPdrG.M. 

3 Daniel U. PO' t .Serretary 

4 Bogene F. Fay. . . .,' Trtwmrer 

( Cheraur and DarJInctoD RR. and 

i Cheraiv and Salisbury RR* 

Se^ Atlantic Coast Line. 

135 Cherrr Valley RR.^Cherry Valley Junc- 
tion to Cherry \ alley Mines, 6 miles. 

IB. W.Lewis President. .. 

2 T. T. Lewis Sec. <ft TYeas 

8E. T. Uemdon... [Supt.dt Fgt.A. 

General office, St. Louis, Mo. 

136 Chesapeake and NaahTllle 

Gallatin to Scottdviile, 85 miles. 

1 B. Zimmerman. ...\PrfMdent .. ICinrinnati, O. 

2 R. T. Colburn Vice-President] New York, N. Y. 



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6 John W. Radley.... 

7 H. Sawyers 



SG.F.d P. 

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136 Cheeapeake and NaahTllle RR,— C<m- 
tinued. 

8 Harvey M. Hoyt . . . Secretary. . . INew York, N. Y. 

4LE. Gates Treatmrer ....] ** *• 

5 Robert Meek i StnterintendH. Gallatin, Tenn. 

itAud.s\ 
ChiefEnginfer\ 

Generaj office, MiNs Building, New York City. 

137 Chenhlre RR,— South Ashbnmham to Bel- 
lows' Falls, &4 miles ; Monadnock RR., 16 miles ; Ver- 
mont and Massachusetts RR., 10 miles. 

1 Wm. A. Russell. . . \President .... Boston, Mass. 

2 K. C. Thayer Vice-President Keene. N. H. 

8 R- Stewart ' Gen.Man.A 8. 

4FH Klng8bury»«»»«l2r.<fe G.T.Agt. 



6 J. W. Dodge"*.. 

dH. H. Stone 

7F. A. Perry 

8 A. E. Howard 

AG. A. Brown 

10 R. Hyland 

11 G. D. Dort 



6^n. Fgt. Agt 
Purch. Agent. 
Master Mech . . 
Mast. Car Br. 
Lost Bag. Agt. 
Road Masttr.. 
Mast. Car Pr.. 



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Keene, N. H. 

138 Chicago and Alton RR.— Chicago to St. 
Louis, Chicago to Kansas City and St. Louis to Kansas 
City, with branches— total length, 849 miles. 

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4C. 
5 J. 



B. Blackstone.. |iV^«i</e/i^ i Chicago, 111. 

C. McMullln. ... I Vice-President] 
H. Foster* **^^ Sec. dk Treas. 

H Chappell ' Gen. Manager. 

H. Wood. ! Gen.Man. As't 



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Ass'tP.d' T.A. 
\ Gin. Ft. Af/t.. 
lAss'tG.Ff.Agt' " »' 

\ Ass' tG. Ft. Agt, St. Louis, Mo. 
Gen. Bag.Agt.\Chicago, 111. 
Chie/ku{jinttr\ 

Auditor I 

Trar. Avditor 
Purch. Agent. 
Supt. Trans.. 
Train Master. 



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Bloomington, III. 
Jollet, 111. 



Supt. Tei I Bloomington. 

S.M. rf Cfir*..' Chicago, 111. 



HI. 
111. 



C'aMcrfi^/or'ifc; Bloomington, 
Gen . Sfjlicitor. , Chicago, 111 . 
G. Agt. I'ass.D. St. lx)uis, Mo. 
Fi/eid' JieAgf. 'Chicago, 111. 
Gen. LitrS.A.Ht. Louis, Mo. 
I &. /"/i.Xoro.Z?. I Bloomington, 111. 
\G.Fn. Car D.\ 
Fn. Car Paint 



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6 J. Charlton 

7 G. J. Charlton 

8H. H. Courtright.. 
9 A. Newman 

10 F. A. Wann 

11 C. Huntington ... 

12 K. F. Booth 

18 Chauncey Kelsey.. 

14 W. H. Doty 

15 A. V. Hartwell.... 

16T. M. Bates 

17 C.H. Sheik 

18W. K. MorleT 

19 William Wilson... 

90H. H. Lyttn«" 

31 C. Beckwith 

22 S.H. Knight 

28 J. 8. Conger 

94 John Nesbitt 

96G.Gregg 

26 J. Townnend 

f7J.O. Kell 

29 WilUam Riley I Gen. Road M 

Chicago Division 

29 A.M. Richards... 
80 H. r. Hawley... 
31 H. C. Draper. . . 

m Foremen qf Locomotive Repairs.— I. D. Johnson, 
Chicago. 111.: H. McCorroIck, Braidwuod, 111.; E. 
Schcll. Bloomington, 111.; Thos. Hyndman, Alton, 111.; 
A. C. Van Home, Joliet, 111.; F. Becker, Dwlght. 111.; 
D. Grant, Springfield, HI.; L. Van Bufkirk, Venice, 
HI. 

38 Foremen of Car Repairs.— A. Buchanan, Chicago, 
111.; W. Hill, Bloomington, 111.; W. W. Buttolph,lE. 
St. Louis, 111.; J. Ldnney. Bloomington, 111.; A. C. 
Wilcox, Springfield, 111.; W. Bretherton, St. Louis, 
Mo. 

84 Road Masters.— T. Driscoll, Joliet, 111. ; John 
Keams, Springfield, 111.; T. Cavanaugb, Bloomington, 
111.; T. Sullivan, Louisiana, Mo.; John Dacey, Slater, 
Mo. 

Kansas City and St. Lm/is Divisions. 

85 8. D. "Beeves Sujxrintend'f.\Boodhovi9e, 111. 



^//y^'H/j/rm/V. I Bloomington, 111. 

Ass' ( Supt.... \ 

Engineer ! Chicago, HI. 



AssH Supt Slater, Mo. 

Engineer. ... JLouisiana, Mo. 



86W. E.Gray. 

87 T. H. Hubbard 

88 William Hill Master Mech.. j Slater, Mo. 



I^* See note of explanation on first page. 

31 



Fuller Brothers & Co. 

139 GREENWICH STREET, NEW YORK. 

CDT NAILS AND SPIKES, 

HOT PRESSED NUTS, BOLTS, Etc. 



SOLE AGENTS FOR 

DOVER $ IRON $ CO. $ OF $ N. J., 

MAKERS OP 

Boiler and Bridge Rivets, Boiler Brace Jaws, Socliet Bolts, Etc. 

la'F.A.'S- ^OIL.'F IflOPQ'. 

Extra Quality of Bar Iron for Special Purposes. 

RUTHERFORD'S METALLIC PAINT 

A Dry Metallic Bro-wn. 
aVAMAXtrSEV THE BEST PAINT MADE FOR 

Railroad Cars, ^piP|{i$^ Will Not Fade, Scale, 
Bridges ^$i.i«'i'""'«m Crack or Peel Off. 

Roofs of Tin, K,;":J:AfSr,^W BemiirEi No Dryer. 



Out-buildings. 




IronorWood^ ^^ ._ iw^ j^ win covir > emtir 

Sarface ind Ust Laiqw 

than 

any Paint in the Wari«. 



RUTHERFORD & B ARCL AT, 

JHfners anli ^snufactucrra, 
Office, 305 Chestnut Street, PhUadelphia. 



POOE'S DIBECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



1S8 nkleaca add Alton TtU.-Katfiu City 
OKd St. Unit DivMont.-OinCMvtd. 

W Foremrn of Lvronwtirr Brvairi.—V. P. Blninlt. 
Roodnoa.se, 111.; W. E. Khiu, KanMl CU;. Uo.; T. 
P. foderiiooil, BTOib, Mo. 

41 Foremen of Cor Jlrpalm —A. WoodBlda. Rood- 

iMkuM. Ill,; JH. L CutnDbelL, Meiien. Ho.; M. Wnod- 

aHa, Booih, Ho.i J, A. TowDHnd, Kiniu Uilj. Uo. 

PianMSiB uiD Fbiisbt Aoimo. 

41 B. H. Fulton |Ofn,«.ifl.J(T(. Nm Torit, N, Y. 

UH. Q. Locke A'.£M,n./fi( Bocton.MHi. 

Ua.a. Aduu H-«m. ^a«. OenTcr, Col. 

M A. Drrsdmle A'ar.Faa.Aat. Cblcwo- I'l. 

MlimtBC. Bart-b... fkt.Pait.A^ ,LoularlIle, Kt. 

HOuLrtaObeig KaU.FOH.Aet SevYotH.lf. T. 

« . . u S.E.Paii:Agi.avrlii- — -^ 



«D, Bdww.. 
«J.M. Oiua 

u r. a. a\gb 

U O. lluabu. 

H R. Somen 

nA.W. VanHoffWD 



0m.lVai>.Ao(C'li<ciira, 
Weil. Trao.Ia Dtayer, ^u.. 
Rk. CoartAgi. B. Francisco, Cal. 
ai^P.^Tt.A.CtUcMpi.m. 



. _ ; Jm fc. __.. 

. Cal. ; B. L. McCIkId. Kan^aa Cli)'. U 
il odlcs, Chlci^, 111. 



aTtao'.. B. Mnicn^ 
SE, E. Wllli«'"" 

4B.B. GnlhHs 

BL. II. ConuE 

QF.BnMghlDD 



1)17. L. Tbaau .. 
1SJ.DlLer»liaw>" 
HCbu. Laving*. ., 
ISG.D. BraakB. . 



Ora.FI.Agt.. 
Ohio Fnt Agt. 
Trap Pgl.AQi 



Enoiotrr. .. 
M.il.A Kor.Si 
' XaiUr. 



CblcagD. lit. 

New Tort, N. T. 

Ctal<:aKU. Hi. 
Hnnun^nn, tnd. 
Chicago, 111, 
NewTork. N, Y. 



Ganeral oOlce, Cblcafo, I 



fUt CMaupi. BuTnngKm and QtliKy RS. 



40 CTblpaKOi BarliDKlon > 



iro UK. Gu.-Or-^u, 111.. u> 
nlira ; bnocli from Fiiliua 10 »a>l 



a.lBml 



a J. Morraj Forbc*. 



D J. K. Ban 

7A.lt, Hor_ 

BK. B. Uincklay... 



Pratdmt IBiirton, Maaa. 

iStB. >l Troll. .1 ■■ 

Managrr St, Paol, Minn. 

Otn.eiiit... .ItaOro'ia. Wlf. 
Aitt Supl.... iMlnn'poUa. Ulsn. 

Mv. Supl lBatanna.111. 

IMv. 5iii)(.....iLaCraaae. Wfa. 



BLPaal, Mil 

_ Dalinei.... CotAlfr. | ■■ " 

ID W.J.O.Kanvan.. An.nin..4^. 

II W. a.nnat>an....]en.Fpt. AglJ " '■ 

III Chas.Doogan W. AuaUor. 

W P.Y. Origg* nnt.FolAgl — 

14 A. O. aheSoii.... O.IT./'.iJ'.^.l'c 

— CCUplmBi [ChiffEfsi... iSi.i-.ni. J 

'--(CA(*/£ii|Ls('r..e#e, 



D. UplmBi . . 

IT J. J 'Me"lir.°: 
IB O. Cbannls..., 
I) Oso. Kargnavi 



.{CarA. 



I. *1|T... 



. IHt. Pan 
Kinui 



Minn 



o .PnnA, AgaU.'&X.Yvji, Minn. 

90 H. ll.Brjaa ^Ma*t. Meek..,,\lACKmt. Wla. 

II Geo. W. Ontta.., \8apl. nl... 
aaJLS.BmBita....\CKlffVlltk...\ 
n Geo. B. V\miitBM.\BtortlitfprT....\ 

14 U. T. SHDan ^Uvt 8l»ek Aat.9%. PiDl, Hlnn. 

Oanenl offlce, St. Paul, Ulnti. 



I'll riilRaK», Burllnstan 

l».— Total mllca([B. )nclndlnKl«»»ed 
u.. 3,<MS(IIIull«a. iFordetalTa b« ■ 



ind Qnlnry 

Poor-i Maiiaai 



1 C. E, Perkl 



.\Prrri!le 



S J. C. PchIc 

*T. 8. HowIi 
a B. K. Pratt. 
SH. B. Stone, 

TJ.D, Rralei „ 

BK. P.RIplej \fl*n.t\ 



. . . i.>-/Vnr. ;C1 

Mr../Vf<rf7yl 

Srrrrlarv. ....iBi 






Agt. 






lOJ.S.Bartla iMA.a^l.A. 

" Fred Rogera. MA.H-fllt.A. " " 

PaalMonoD \Oi».P.itT.Ae\ " " 

E.L.Lomui \Ai.O.P.±TA.: 

K. A. Sadd I OtH.Bttg.ABf.\ " 

WirlDsxtrr \0m. SoiMlfr.] 

Ctiimletlt. Bma. . Un-t. Otn.So.^ 

W. W. Baldwin... 'lanaamm-T.BarUnjilon. la. 

— J. L. Laihrap \Otn. AtuUtar. CUcauo, Bl. 

1»W.McCredie ^^il.AiidUor.. 

aJW.A.Amory IJud.Ajwnifl. 

aiC. W. Wlnalow... lAAIIKji.qfC " 
3« K, B. PaycnrealtaeT^lA Ualo/«l{7l 

i3 Jolin DTrr« lA.T.itP.Aecr. 

UC. U.aigifiatoD... 'Aii'tAuaUor.. 

SSG.C. Sraini thiffEng.... 

MW.For-ylh MKh.Eng .. Anrora, III. 

nit. J. McClarc OHinilf'ff Eng Chicago, 111. 

WW. J. ladd. Acre amp.. iBoatoo. Ma»a. 

» M B. WalLet .... RrafE.AT.A.aiKa^ii, M, 
aoWflllaiD ItvliiB ... (Jtii.ParOl.Ag, 

BIF. U, Smith Caihitr.. 

aac 1 Biiirsia Patmatler....] 

%1 EdKard Hovt OwwiUiaiv. . I " 

31 G, W. Rhodea flu. oTJfc./Vil:.' Anrora, III. 

WE. M. Herr .drf^o^ii. re/. ChlcnBO, III. 

MK. O. Squln."".. J'u.orPar'SnT.' 

BTD. Uornjan. jrW < 7lr Aa'Burllnglon. I*. 

USP. W. Sargent,... £iiff, qC 7»('.,:Cblcngu, III. 

an Hood ifa^em.-V. B. Troon, Anrora, HI.; John 
Golllvan. Galaabnrs, HI.; JammU UnelfT. Galeibntv, 
HI.: C. a. CoTler. Ualeabnrg. 111.: A. fliiluid. Bock 
Ifland. HI. ; r^. E. Jones, BeardKlown. HI. : G. A. I(o>-e. 
Borlnirtnn. la. : J. Ncvlan, Onamwa. la, ; Denola 
Fred, Chatlioti, la ; J. F Gnailn, t'hariiou, la.: J B. 
Wl'cmaii. Crefgii la.; K. A. Gray, Jk-d Oak, U.: 



40 Fomnm 



a. Bed ui 



r Locomotivt Bepairt, 



. F. Grjler. 



SC. F llPMC«nle. 

I G. Alexander 

S L.A. Uovpland 



«K. C. Klce., 



tA. FotsjUi 

5W.C. Brown... 



UJiielWnt 

H Frank Lawlor.,. 
MJ. S Maion.... 
SI J, II tlnsgsn.. 



III.; K. Blaiell 

Car Bfpain.—H. K. Benedict. Ann 
Beiidtionn. HI. : J. T. Bu.e''. Us 
PeniDilDglon,BlirllnEtan,In.; H. De 

Palaler:—). H. Lang, Anrora, I 

LiNia iM Iu.iHoia. 

Svprrinlend'f iGaiesbnre, III. 
Sti. Ctlr.IHri Aurora, iTl, 
Aift A<;i(.... Chicago. HI. 

lHr'.r./p.'Ag Oaletbnnr, 111. 

IllT.ltiulllff A:\urem. 111. 

Su. 0am /XciUalcrburs, III. 
. IHc.Xait Mte/il 
. ViT.Sxgirf. 

"r. Mail Ml 
n.Fg.AP.A'\ 
e.ilaitMrchW 
1 lovA AMD Hiasonu. 
..ySvpfTinlaiil'l.,&<ni\BX\aD, la. 
.. a«.E.la.mv.\ 
.. mr.FglifP.Al 
.. Jfu<(. »»cA.... 
, Me.«ng<n«r. 
.. SK.JT./a. /Hi-.Otlumwa, U. , 
..au.W. /a. Mr.lCrMron, la. 

.. JfB«,jlf«A,.,,l 



(3) 



B^" See note of explanafio 
33 



ore first page. 



POOB'B DIRECTOBT OF KAILWAT OFFICULS. 



141. 



141 ChlosOi BarilDston and Qulncr 

aa.—antiiniud. 

Fbiiqht IND FtrBixon AsniTa. Etc. 

t» Gtiural Agtn'f.-W. D. SanlHim, Su FrmDclKO. 

CU.; J. H. Bccbel, Bt. Unite, Ho.: P. C. Tiputng. 

PBorll. Ill; W. P. Moon, Ualncv, III.; E. P. Bndru3, 

Hunltnl, Ho.; U. D. Hock, ijoek Ittuid. 111.; A. 

K: M.M. Manbrtll, Puldc Jane, t*.: J. A. 8. Rml 

SnTeUlDE), Chlcazo, IIJ. ; U. H. MUthBiI*, PlIU- 
rfb, P*. 

41 TVasf^'inn Fretahl Aninlt.~-y. Koffsra, CtaicUD, 
"'■■'' Rlngwuli, tiilM^o, IJl.; Loi Krnwn, Cbl««o, 



ni: 



r, Alimlonn. Ft.; J. 



_ ..iDkb.m_._ ,_. .,. _ 

TODto, OdU; O. Wuner. Chlogo, 111.; i A. Qalnlin, 
Hilniikn. Wlaj K. H. Bmitb. 6olumbu>, O; A. Q. 
flbMnnu, Cl«(iiIa>d,0.;U.D, Badglaj.DctrDli. MIcb.; 
T. K.Shon, Cliidniutl. O.; C. W. Bo-rdnKD, lodUli- 
iHlla.Iod.i E.U. Ftord (Local), Ds> Uolnaa. U.: W. 
V. King (Local), Cblcago. III.; B. J. HcDale, Bt. Louie. 

fla Ptufogtr Ag«il4.—W. C. LMtaerla, New ToA, 
K. Y. : 1. Wallace i,atj) and J. Wllaon (Drpoti, CMcago. 

«R.T«nb»«ck 'OtH.Rul.Agl.\H»w yotk. N. Y. 

flSW.S. Condell. . . .ItfeO! Eng. AgUBiMon. Xmmi 

no, H. CnHby \um,nwi,Aai,\iicfyii. 

71 B. W. QUlupla. . . . ISniU iVn^t'' i^aiT Orl 
AnxiLiasT ihu AaBciCiiiiD Litii>. 



I Han Fnnelaco, C. 



<a) AiWta^im oHii 

t C. I. Parklni 

■ T./. Potwr 

U.S. Camecon 

4J.C.Pcu1eT 

KJ.N.DsnlMHi.. .. 
«J. O. Taylor"'" 
?J. O.FloTd .. 



SO. W. Ifoldrege... 
BT.E. Calvan 



t7Q.H.0nit1)r 

iaA.B.8>iilIb 

lie. D. Dornan.. .. 

MP. Halnrleb. 

nW-Bandall' 

MT.H.LwTltt 

MCJ.Bmac. 

M William Irrlng .. 
n Robert J. HcClnre 
*a D. Hawkawonb... 

IT T.Maraland 

M J.D.Macfarland., 
»J.O. Bonnell... 



A.O.P.t7MA\ 
1(11. Fat. Aat\ 
•IAi.f/.F. ■ • 



»J. C. 8 



vSR. 



Uncolo, Nab. 



'UeCook, Neb. 



I. Baa. 
Om Bag.Astt. 

aupi. nitg.... 
•^fppljl Agmt . 
.jr Aeaiuiit'l. 

liitmliira.Aitt. 
Oai. mreman. 
For.CoofKB^ 
For. Car Bib. 
rur.Car Paini 
Gtn.Fanmaa 
flmJbKmoa 
Otn.Fortmai 



Lincoln, Neb. 



Lincoln , Hab. 
Wymoro. Nab. 
HcCook, Nab. 



aw. FdUsc 

41 fltiuml Agt'tU.—Q. H. Cmabf, Denrer, Col.; W. 
D. Bantwrn.ean Fnndtco.Cal.; K, O. FHh, Aicblioa, 
Kwi.; W. H. Plrlb. Kaniaa CItr. Ho.; M, U. Hantaall. 
Pactae Janellon, la,; M. nornm. Ncbivka Cliv. 
Mab,; R. R. Randall ilmmigrailon). Ur— ■- "-■- ■ * 



141 CbUaXo, BarllDslon and UnlMcr 

att.—Otniral ABintf.^Conllniud. 
D. McRbv (Paclllc Coaal Pui ), San Francinco, CrI.; 
8. W. UaTianiibc (Uic Slock). Lincoln. Neb. 

44 Tyoln.VflifM-f.-E. BIgnell. Lincoln. Neb.; C. B. 
Rw«», WjDiore. Neb. ; V. U. Eniliih, LlaCDla.Nab.! 
J. H. I-beian. MeCook. fff b. 

45 TrmMina Fairtnurr Agntt.—V. B. Scrapie, 
Denier, Col. ; 8. Van Pfaae, Sao FtaoclKo, (Jal.; a. L. 
Hall, ixaaba. Neb.; A. Allen. Omaba, Neb.; J. J. Cox, 
Lincoln, Neb. 

48 Road .V<u(4n.—i. P. Taylor, Plaltamonib, Neb. 

™"* " '■'h.'u^j'I 

-- ,-. Nab,iE.*. 

Hlvbland. Red Clond. Nib.; Ham Rwer', Hcl'uok, 
Nell.; W, B. DancliT. McCook, Ntb.i E. Zook, Denver, 
Co].; Wdi. Btown. Rapnbllun. Nob,; C. I', Wbilmoie, 

-Jmaha, Seb,, f - -^ • - 

Oenenl office, 
(b) Chicago, Bvrilnirtm and Kaniat Cily BE.—Oat- 
IngioBlut^anoUion.SIOmllaai and 

(e) a. Lovit. KKikvk and Kartliietiltm HR.-Zto- 
lak lo St. Peier>, 138 mllca ; K. * N. W. KH., 4* 
Dilea ; Wabaah. St. L. * F. Uj., SI mllea. 
r aoTB RULiuuDa. 



S T. J. Potlei 

8 J. C. Peaalcy 

4 J. B. Hturgtii. Jr.. 
fi T. 8. Uottland..... 

ac. M. LcTcr 

T Howard Klfiolt..,. 
e Jobn L. Latbrop.. 
E. HI. Ullcbrlrt.... 

10 William Irrlog.,.. 

11 B. A.8add 

It W. U. Bartlelt 
IS L. E. Alberl 



Tnantir.. 
AtflTifAtul't.. 

tiie.ATymufA Boalon. 
— "- - Keokuk, 

lchlc«ga. III. 

Clilt/SXg... IKanknk, la. 
ftircA. Jffi....!cblc»go.IH. 
Orn.JPtg.Aat. Keuknk. la. 

JKott. JftrA,... ■' 
£9ad llatltrt.l " " 



14 F.K.Bairjar.... 
in H. F.CIapb 

15 W.K.Cannlngtaap 
17 H. W.Pralt"'" 

Om.Ag.P.l)xp\ 
Oeneial oOce, Keokok, la. Traualer 01 
llngloD, la. 



I J. L. L«tbrop.... 
1 L. O. O.fddard... 
4 J. C. PraalSJ.... 



Qenenl oUlce, Cbli 

(r| ffannIM and 
Jawph, MXmllea. n 

I C. K.Perkln«. ... 

B w. y. Me4iii " : : 

4 J. C.Peaaley 

B W.J.BilIon'*'! 



P«rek. Agl.. . 
"m. Bag. Ag 
..Iff. JlieA... 
BvadMaiUr. 



Rocbella, HI. 
":4go. 111. 

lialla. III. 

Cblcago, III. 



7la-I'niidtBl (.'blcaRo, I 



.lEnDHa City. Mo. 
t.\M. Joeepb, Mo. 
g.jKanaai Clly, Ho. 



' See note of explanation on fintpage. 
35 




Over 2,000 Cars now running upon half 
of the Railroads in this Country. 



General Manoffer, 



CHICAGO, 



ILL 






MANUFACTURERS OF 




mUmA (&m 



f 



M, FLAT, GONDOLA, ORE, UNDIG, Etc. 



KNOXVILLE, 



TENN 



POOR'S DIBECTORT OF RAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



141 Cblcaso, BnrllnKtDii and (tnlnri 

tta.—Uanaibal aW St. JotpA SR.— VokUiuhI. 

ISA.C.DiWM O.P.aTI:Agt[SX.Josepb,iio. 

1« W. P. TownMDd.. J.tf.>'.*rt.,l 

1* W, H, Flnu (i.S.tV.I'ai.A.'^nnitM Cllj, Mo. 

15 T. D.McKiy Pac.CoiulI'.A.iS. rtuieUro.Cal. 

10 E. A. Sadd ,(lea.eag.Agl..,C!h\ctt(o, III. 

IT U. a. Clundlu. . . Ctltf K,.g. . .. 8C. JuMpb, Ho. 

IBO.B. Brigm 'Jm'/JF»o.. .. 

1> A. a. Proit \A;-I ff<>{rin'r. Brookauld, Ua. 

»A.J. OtttCT a«p(.«-/ir<(j» 

11 Juaei Uarpbr . . . Rhu/ Jforffr. . I " " 

SI Chnl» Culler ' Jfo/. CVir Rtp. Huinlb*!, Ho. 

M O. M, 8hrjixik....lJfr«.Curfl/dr.| 
MN J. PindlM....|J(iu(.Dr'jr<icA. 



,. ri:(. ,liM(lror,.| 



W Wnilam Irv 
ai 6. H. Hohl. 



one ft 1 

H.^ODl 



ft HlH 



Joacpb, Uo. 



. rratn XmftT. 
Ftttt^Swv.Am 
'■■--iLo.Rtp 



Hwinltwl, Ho. 



as p. _ 
mj.t 

SIT.B. JuhmoL _ _ _ 

SS K. BsUe/. fmanUarPM 

ttJ. F.Qaij. '■ ~ — 

MJ.HuUer.. 

41 CfMral .Jffnitf.— Gsor^ll. Crotli;. Dm' 
W. D. SuitKim, Ban Ftancisco, C*!.; B. Q. Pli 
■on. Km. 

Oeuenl offlce. St. Joieph, Mo. 

If} Kantai Cify. Sf. JoMjA nxtt CayiiM Blujn 



II BIbBi. 
Monln to Hopkins, £0 miles, with bnncnei, t. 
1 C. B. Perkins... .;A-HJd(nf. .. Idurllnst 
■ T. J. PolWr i VltfPraHtml\Ciiictso, 



Dillu : A 



BW. H 



i. O. Stai 



I Tna*.,. ft. Joseph. Ko. 



yivy-- 



1, Jos*] 



I, Ho. 



J. R.nirdj ' ««/!■_ _.., 

8 A. B. Bimvd 'Att'tSMOl IUn»s Cllj. Mo. 

a A C. Dswea . ..'/an /'.(fr.^..'St. Joarpb, Ho. 
W W.P.Townsena,.i,4»-iO«».r.^.l 
11 g.J.aworas.. ...l«flt.yfl(..Jij/. 
I* R.H, aogisn.Jt..'a.A.Fiit.Dep.\S%'ant Cltr. Mo. 

13 D. H. Wlalna i 7>nlR tfMhr.lM. Joseph. Ho. 

14 William lrTlng....ninTA, ^mnt. Cblngo, III. 

la O. M. CBr1*r» .AnrlUor. ....'tit, Josepb, Ho. 

IB C. C. Cbanaier,,., f.'M»/ fflrin,...! " '■ 

17 StronDA Hosnun '^«a..1sIlcUl>ra' " " 

15 K. A.Sidd ,ntit. nag.AgU\CiixMVi, HI. 

1BIC.C. Brome ncjt<l /wf . . . St JoKph, Ho. 

Wa.W.MItler Frtiihl Avd.A 

ai «.B.MerrIin»n...MHfmii«n- .. 
M JohnDnniboll'""V:nr Acmunet 

m p. A. Chwa H.M.* nar R. 

MJ.Hajwsrd \ Hood Ulalir . 

« L.H. Morre 'H-pl.Br.<tBa. 

K Q. M. Hohl \fl''i)l. TrUr 

K T, Ar1epbnTT......I^rrni'iJi ^ 

3hC. F. HKtrd 'Fortnumt 

W Otn'rat AgiHlii.—'R. M. Ronrs, Jr.. Kin'M C 
Mo.: C. Soltb, Connell BlnOk, IB.; S. O. Plib, At< 

SO /tirvnun g/' ZdovnMlM Hipairf.~L. B. Brld 



CblCBKo, BnrllTifclon and Qnln^jr 

BK.—Oitumua mud A'ir.trl/fc hy.—Clmliiitail. 

I. HsIBeld |7VMn/r.r....|Ki'liYllle, Is. 

C.JuTlt \Srcritarii luurlingloii, ta. 

enil office, Rirkvllle, Is. 
. ?l. JoKph and Btt Moinu MJt.—St. JoKph lo 
Albsnr.BOm'-- 



S U.B.Scott 

4C. H. Cvtar 

E T-JPotlBT,,..., 

a A. C. Dittn 

7 K.J. Bwords..... 

8 C. C. Chuidler,. 

» Wflllam tnlng.. 
ID M.B. Starring., 

II 7. A. Cbsse 

I3D.H. Wlnlon... 

la J.HSTwstd 

•■ ' H Moria.... 

Ailetburj.... 
.. ..P. llsrtal... . 
IT a. H. Hohl 



Prtfl'tfKl . . . 
VlcfP. di a 



. I Burlington, It. 
; Bi. JoMpb. Mo. 
"nrllngion, Ho. 



CjladifnrSl. Joseph, Hi 

jUimaiKrCblcaiu, III. 

O. r.A T._ A. St. Joi»pk, Ue. 



partli. AgtHl. Cblcago, HI. 

GiB-Baa. A</l. " 

MatUr JTrM. .|St.J0Hph, Ko. 

-- -.riA.s 
MailirJ 
..^..B/Br<lg,] '• •; 

Fornnan V.ll.\ 
Matl.C.PatnlA " '■ 



ltaDdC«nad»Ora*d 



Set Grand Trvnk By. 



143 r 



I HomceH.Sle.— 
S George II BaU . 
a II. A. R'ibidee" 

4 J.C.Calbouii' • • I 
bO. a. Lj'otd 

5 S. R. PattenoD.. 

7W. niii* 

H p. V. Davis 

II S 11. Miller 

10 Wm. ArmsliODg. 

M P. W, rirtw 

IJAIenCoo^o^.... 



1 Hauti^. ITH mllei. lii 



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17 D. Bralty 

18 Edwstd label.... 



__. _lw1i(,.., Chirijm,!" 
yUrWHon »'.r.D>nvt!lo,H: 
r»nma»Pv,n\ " 
Vail. CarjitnA " " 

Oeti. F. a^^.'rbleaKO, III 



Momenec.III. 



Mo. 



E. M. CiandiU, St, Joteph, Mo. 

J Boad aiariert.^B. BatllMt, St. Jo-epl 

Worthl«j,3l. Jo«ph, Mo.i P. Sharker. Com 



dl BiDffe, Ii 

OcDeral ofltce, St. Joseph, Mo. 

(|r) Olhnnaa and KlrkrlUt ffu,— OtlDmi 
Tltlv, llmllet. 

1 T.J.Poltar IPmiiiinl. . . . Ifhlrai 

S a. L. Wiuman. ..I C.-J'.^f (I'.J/grlKirkv 



n. HI. 

flauta, Ind. 

Oeneisl offlce, Chicago. III. Transfer oBce, Cctiital 
mtt Company, New York, N. Y. 

141 rlilvB|[», Falrchlld and Ban Clalra 
tlver R R.-FHircblld to Kan Uaire Klrer, 11 mile*. 

N.C, Foster Pr'vr. * O.M Falrchlld, Wla. 

tl. A. P-nFter. S:C.4tA«d...\ 

,. Om. Fgl. Afl.l || || 

, . Purc/i, Ai/int. 'rulcaEO. IIL^ 



-. M. Wil»a.. 






Xiur. J 

Mail. Cm B-T. 



..|F<ilrrhlld,\ 



5^* See note of explanation on first page. 
37 



JOHN W. NOBLE, Prest E. E. G. ROBERTS, Sec. and Treas. 




ANNISTON, ALABAMA. 



Ffft 





M 





f 




OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 



Bl 



i 



Lou Leaf YbQow Pile, Best EameM Iiict Bar Ailes, 









lade from f ell-known Woodstock and Clifton Brands nsed In their constracUon. 



POOR'S DIBECl'OBY OF RAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



146 ObiOEO and Indiana Toal Kr^-F'l 

OUu to Biul], llS.fl mLl«: IfUtOt^la LaOroHi 
W.6mll«a. TaUl, lU.I m1le>. 

1 H. H.Porter Pmident Chlcngo, HI, 

sato.V.K[mbma..'.V.-P.AG.itgT\ 

a J. H. KIngwUl. ..IjKrfKor 

4C. W. HilTiBd ISie.iTrau.] 

. BA. A. Hotnrt. ...I<M». <?UI>(....lAtUci, Ind. 

« W. 8. Pue 'Alt. Bapl.... BruLl, Iiiil. 

7 A.M. Nlcliols... \O.F.AP. ^..ChlMgo, 111. 

8R. Aiipt !eil(</-«nff.....lAllle», Ind. 

9 W.uTBrlmwMi.... .f.r^*C.J';i«f| ■' 

10 G«o. W. Ktmbtll.. fTm. B. 3laH.\ " 

11 J. L. Oreau>lnger..i.''upf.or£l^l^ iBruIl, Ind. 
II L. A. Holme*. ... I Car AKmnlU] " '■ 

Ocner*! offlcs, <AIgikd. UI. 

t4T CbfcacoandlowaRB. 

Sm ChUago, Barltngtm aad Quiiuv SB. 

14B ChloMKo, lAwa and Dakota RB.- 
Bldon JuDction w Alden, -JT mllisa. 

1 DnidSecor 'PrtiidenI Forwt Cli». I». 

3 H. [J.Broctiiir«j....jr/w«tim-..,, Concord. Ii. 
a A. H. Chlte ISmrttmy 'Forwt CItT, la. 






a BinjiiB-miFUh.., 

B Hinrj De Wolf... |7>Binirrt' 



mad No n and Nnrtbrrn 



ABdviri 



ID Duno 



[Chlcuo. III. 
ftwWtn/ New Torfc. N.T. 
'"■■ Lgo.Ill. 






dlrl.1on..nifbr 



(Foi 



. T. Jpnarr..-. ... ... , 

Randolph.. .IPAf<('£njr ..I " " 
OtamtS office, Tg MlchlEin Avenue, ChlURO, III. 
I&O Clileaco, minaukoo and Ht. Panl 
.Ill,.laSt. Puil.llliin..4t(liiillLi: otber 
'.TRlmllrg Toul. S.IOI mllw. 
I ■• foot It UbdiuI of RallKHdi.") 
Setcu/iti4 DeparimtRl. 

Alei. Mitchell.... PrtHiltnl iMllwiDkra, 

" - "— ' Vice-Pr-'-'— -■— - ■""•- 

Ofa. Mb 



. Vta-Praident.a 



F. Tnrter... 
M. My™... 



.. Brtit 



8 F. a. Run* 



J^noRtiat Dtpartnwnt. 



.lHUvBnhe«.WIi. 



10 H. B. Wilker... \Af'l Pi^.,..\ " •' 

It A. L. McN«oghtonUM'( Pa],m....\ 
Ltfpd DtpaHmnt. 
IS John W. Car; ,..\liai. dWtWtor. I MUmnkee, Wl 
IB Barton aatitim...\A.Gi'i.8oUe\l.\ " " 

AeeounHng Dtpar<m»nl. 
It I. P. 7!htHns....\Om. A^diUT. Hllvukee, Wit. 
Ifi W. N. D. WlDDe..U«Y n- .Ih" 
laP-Ttrrell.. \Tifii) 



IT W,F. Dudley lAvtoAT^wf.. 

IS ChM. B. OniXtf. AAud.i^ Erp.. 
It Itrt. Donsm»ii....|«r!rH™rtirif. 



. CompiroOlT. ■ 
. \Road Acc'i 



» B. Q. S 

n J.F.Co..„, — , 

12 J. J. Mod Id Ins 

SSC.H.Butoa.. 

Opiratlaii Dtparlmmt 

IIJ.T. Clerk \On.Siipl IHllwmke*, Wli. 

aSA. J. Ruling .AM'Ktei.SujU'i 

ts D. A. Olln \Aii-tOta.3upl'BMx\m,Vni. 



X: W. L.Sloue 

88 I. B. She tt nek.. 
S» Q. B.Mmpron. 
4a E. F. Elwell.. . 



[tlwankfe and M, Panl 

Ara'tatn.Svpl VI\si\'oo\\',V\TU 
ChUfEng _.. ■"'—■— «" 



.. MUnaakce, Wte. 



'•TH-SlorAeep. 



. Chlcaeo. m, 

Sial. SvptHf Al 



UUinnkee. Tie. 



DlvMon SupeHnlatiltntt. 
R. B. Cempbell. j 1^^- * ^^^' t Marlon. U. 

t |*C.rfif..C'.*;l 

1.0.C\[iHaa....i\S.,av.,tV.B. J-CMca«o, III, 

1 1 Z»v>.inia.. ' 

V. w. ColHn. \A>..-imu. iiflo. 

V. G. Conbit.... M.LaCAWfDU 

" Supi. auio 

'.duCAIffl* ' 
1. Pt.Dicif. 
I 'Sapl.Jt.dS. W 
"l Dv.iatru.iHU 

50 1,. B. Rock .-Supf. Xo. Diti. 

SI C. P. Utle» Ia»»'( a..V.fHv. 

biVlm. M. Eellie...,'5u.&.ifA.Mi'. MlDiinpolle.Hlu. 
MChu. Dian MW Supl.do. Hllbank, D. T. 

MI. w. B^i.,..) ^^^"sis;; ;-"■-.•>. M. 

MJ. B.Moll «uYrfiJflt.Z>cM«ionCity, la. 

Ml .1. R, Cnhle Ait-'.Supf.ditf.i 

57 W. J. Underwood. 3upt D.AR.D. Dubaqne, la. 

88 B, A. Wolcott Aa-iaupt.D.I) 

59 E, W, Uaichcldor.,.iAM(Sup<.R.B 61. Pinl. MinD. 

ME. R, Oiivea Supt.I.* M.D.KMiBnVfMrMiB. 

81L.B. BeardtlBT..,.i5u..S'.r.*iJ.fttSloiiiClry, la. 
W H. R. Wllliami. . . . 'S»pt.S. M. 71c La Croate. Wif . 

eai. II. Lakej avpt.Wab.Dic'VAttb*, MInD. 

TVqllfc Dtpartment. 
" ■ ■ . /^f, ^(.iMllwMkee, Wle, 



'.'.httAirta.F 



■n.P.i T.A 



taji. W. KcTCf. .. 

MN. J. Qolf. _ 

87 J. C. Botdeu |t 

«8 A. V. H. Carpenter^ 

aSOco. U. Heaffofd-'.^. «,/-.« /.^. I 

TO A. P. Merrill \A>i'IOen.T.A.' 

TIV, B. DIxou ...\Jh7G^.P.^. 81. Panl, Minn. 

T«F. A. Miller J»VOi!n.i>.vl. Chlcafo, 111. 

•3 1). M. Chriatie .Otn.Bag. AQt.'Tiaiitaltn, Via. 

T*W.D. Carriek... iAH'IGtH.B.A.] 
OOUT Deparfmmli. 
MWro. B.Powell.... n*«. *nJo. .l.'Hllwankfe. Wli. 
raw. M, Wemp. .... ff.^/flrir.tr.!Chathani, Ont. 

71 D. H. Moeea Tyae.Smig.A.'BtnMon, f^ 

~'" " ' 7Voe.i»Hlj.^. Bvracnte, M. T. 



Land Com ....Ullwankee. Via. 

._.. __ Tar CommU'r] ■' •• 

R. Lloyd niilAqtHl....\ " " 



-loyd. 
Hlnae: 



81 JMvMm FreigU Agtntt.—i. L. Ketlon, D. C. 
Jonea. J. B. BoTle, HUxaakea, Wla.; O. F. Vbite, 
Davenport, la.: W. H, Barron. La Ciorae, Wla.: B. B. 

Langley, Winona. MlDD. 

fn DiHtion MaMer Mec/ia'Ha.S. Falrhalm. W, MO. 
vanker, Wla.: John Taylor. Racine, Wl*.: J. O.PaDle, 
Mlnneapoll*. Minn. ; S. Cbamley, Dabuque, le. 

86 Otneral I'i>rfmrn.—A . E. Allcolt, MIlwiDkec, 
Wl»,; John C. Foi, Janeavllle, Wla.; JameaV. Wll- 
aon. ChicBKO. HI- : J- M Horan, Yankton. Dak.; J. C. 
Miller, Oabnqne, la.; Wm. MeFarlane, Walla, Mlnn.i 



' See note of explanation on Jirst page. 



ERIE CAR WORKS, (umitei,) 



I 






Oapacity, lO Oar® Per I>ay, 



FREIGHT CARS 



OF BEST MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION A SPECIALTY. 



BRADLEY CAR WORKS 



9 





ESTABLISHED 1833. 



MANUFACTURERS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION OF 

Railway Cars 

OSGOOD BRADLEY & SONS. Proprietors. 



POOR'S DIRECTORT OF RAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



150 Cbtcmxo, miwankpe «Bd St, Paul 

^y.—Oeaerai Fo'aiun.— aMOauffl. 
T. A. Frucr. Sinborn. I>. ; Jobn Hdlitnn. Oifard 
Jnnciioi), Is.; P. M. Flanib, Psny, Im.; K. Toombs, 
Tonuli, Wla. 

e7XaHtTCarBHUdrr:—W.O.'DKria.Ch\rtto.ia.; 
P. ReDler, DHhnqiic, In. ; Jobn Tajlor, Rscloe, Wli.; 
O. arifllih, Oirord JanctloD, U. ; K. A. Weicou, 

UlDDUpOlll, M^DD. 

88 Xailfr Car Painttrt.—\.Stirtjtitt. W, Mllwin- 
ktt. Wl..; Geo. S, WmI, UiDnnpoll., MinD.; U. F. 
Micbula, Dubnqiic, I>, 

E9 F^artmen of Cat Sfpoin.-3. E. SMven-. Mllw«n- 
kn, Wl>.; A. Qtorpt. Slsdl»n. Wl*.; I. Dlmon. U 
CrOMe, WU: J. B. Philips. Hoiicon, Wis.; J. Umr- 
benwra, W.lenowii. Wl*. ; R J. Ethih, Pmlrio du 
Cnien, Wis. ; A. J. Tijlor. Porltire, Wit. i C, Klrg.- 
MllmakH, Wl«. ; Q. Cmie, Ciwncii Blatti, 1>. : Wm. 
KcParline, WeUi, Uinn.: W, O. DBvicr, Cblogo. III. 

SO Saaa Jftutin.—J. B. P»l»r>on, Chlciao, 111.; B. 
Ljoni. Horlcoa, Wla.; P. K. Hon«o. Marion. U.: B. 
L. Bndbiirf. PorUgv, Wie.; J. Wkt>n<, Tuitinli. Wii.; 
e. F. Mltcbcll. Muomaulr.Wla.; J. -^h' y, Frpppon. 
IH.: W. B.QrtKoty, Montieello, la ; .;, K Ksiley, 
Colotne,Mln(>.:M. .1. Brenosn, AbFrdsen, iiak . .1, Mc- 
Millan, Miimaapfllla, Hinn. ; C. H. Com. Il, Diibuoue, 
Ia.i A. W. Lofliia, Wabasha. Mian.; .1 Ktodelon, 
Mitchell. Dak.: TbrimaB Hlnes. Wciln. Minn - p. U 
nBnnsPSfj-. Elain. Ill,; William Krhj, I'ern la ; U. 
O. Brldbuty. WatcrtnwTi. Win.; Q. B, Tnuii, Trimah, 
Wla.; perri Grace. Wamkeeha, W1-. ; V, A Bllon, 
Monroe, Wla. ; J. C. Clarlt, Batine. Wl. ; ,1 Kiiiney, 
Oifonl .iQDcOon, la.; E. W. Phelan, Millmnk. Dak.; 
P.K- Malono, Ah«rd«n, Dak : D. WrlghMli^d WIhk, 
Minn.; H. A. Bael McGregor, la. : J. E. foi, Paoborn. 
la; T. Ahirn. innneafolia, Minn.: M. Mwitton, 
Fareo, Dak.; Thnmaa Hafferiv. LanrtUoro'. Minn.; D. 
Hulono. Fiilda. Minn.; T. W. Bailer, Calmar. [a.; 
Oso. Bennalt, Horlcon, Wla,; Wm. ConehllB. Maaoa 
"U. !«.; John Cnrry. Yankton, Dak.; K u. Dniry. 
Marion, la.; Qeo. IbXrcri;, Welle, Minn, 

OiKkRAL. DUTBicT, ARD Tbatilliko Aomn. 

Bl Fnlahf.—J. R. Hliaon {Oon, But. Aet.), Sew 
Jork, n.'Y.i H, D. Corbeit (New Bng. Am.). Boilotx. 
Maa»,; J, C, Bojdan (Qen, No, Weet. *£[.}, St. Paul, 

M Cammrrcia! Aifntn.—C.I.. Blaine, Chlcaipi, 111.: 
i ?'X"T""'- Pll"borKh.Pa.;D. J. Prldham.T)«i»flr, 
Col.; W. a. Hlnclioc, MInnxapolla, Hlntl. 

M Contrac/iag AgmL—YL. Bruce, Milwaukee, Wla. 

94 TratcUine Fr/igM Agtot,.—h, W. Campbell, 
Chicago. 111.: J. M. Dacta, Milwaukee, Wia.: a. a. 
O'Meara. Crdarllsplda. la.; T. W. Lip pin colt. Rork. 
ford. III.; F. M. Waloae. MNeaUlj. Mom.; J, W. 
rrlppen. MaeonCliy, li.; A.Bnrlock, 8l, Paul, Minn.; 
J. A, Veitcb. Cleveland. Oblo ; M, B-wnlban. Wan- 
kMha, Wia,; C, C>, Lovell, New York. N Y.; W. B, 
Peak. Siooi Cllr, la. 

_9S »->.«ai.40(ii'-.,-J, A, Chandler, 81, Paul, Mian,; 
F, A, Haab. Omaha. Neb. 

90 Paiieagtr.—C, A, Brown {N. Bnr Paas, Aet,). 
Boaion, Mb».; W, W. HeaOord (Baai. Paat, AkD, 
BaRklo. TS. Y.; Harry Mercer (Mich. Pan-. Ait.). Da. 
troit, Mich.: i. O. Evereal mm. South, paaa, Ari.), 
ChlcaBO.IlL;J.E. McClarB(We>.t.Pa*a. AKt,).Omaba. 
TXeb.: J. B. FI«nr(Dt>t. Paw. Alt.), Plpeftonc, Minn.; 
U. W. White (spet.Pan. Agt.). Ma»D Cltj, la,; A. 
BornhRm (SnecPaaa. A?t). Milwaukee, Win.; C. B. 
Falrbank (TrilBc Agect). Ban Ptanclaco, Ca].; D.J, 
Prldham (Commercial Agt.l, Daovar. Cul.; A. U. In- 
KBTaoll (Paa>, & Tkl, AeD. Hilwankee, Wia,; a. E. 
Lalng (City Pas>, Agi,]. Chlc»KO, III. 

OT TraTtlllng Pwmoger Agtntt.—T). O, Peaae, Mon- 
treal. Can,; A J, Tavlor. liroolo, Oni,; C. C. Mot- 
dongh. Indianapolia, Ind,; H. S, Hogbea. Jr.. Clinton. 
Ik ; F. B. Roac. Si. Paul, Minn.; A. S.. Daiighent, 
Boston. Maap.: F. O. Boyd, CkTelanfl. O; .lobn A. 
Poll, Wllllinuport. Pa.; John O'Laiuiblln. (,'olnnibns. 
O. ; A. Mltrhell, Jr., Salt Lake City, Ulah : W. T. 
Allen, 8u Franidaco, Cal, 



ISO rblcaeo, Rlilwaukie «nd St. Paol 

II».— tanf/nwrf. 
IH 0"-trm Agtnli.-E. F, nicbardaon. New York, 
N.Y,; W. H. Uaraball. Ponland, Ore.; T. W. Wada- 



sM.L,ajk™:::';::: 


V-pZ^Zir, 


Sew York. N. Y. 




sdV.-P-^n.M. 


Chicano. 111. 


5s!*a'iio"we^"r:: 


AM-rSrr.d-AJ 


Ns* York. N. Y. 


BW.H.S.,nn«t.,,, 


A„'IO«i. Ma^ 


Chicago. 111. 


DC. C. Wbctler,... 


aa,.s«,^ .. 




»P. BMlenbeek'.;!)' 


Am'tOen.Bpi. 


)wtooi»!'Mlnn. 


OR. C, Wicker ' 


Tn^MiugT. 


Chle«o,IU. 


OB. P.WIlpon 


OmPa-Agl. 




11 W, B. Knlskera... 


AW to. 1^1. A 




aw. A. Thrall 


Gtn. Tkl. Aal. 




3H«Pan Wheeler.. 


A--IG.Tkl.A. 




4B.E. McCnlloKh.. 


««i, Fg' Agl 




:SdiS.'.fT..u,:- 


A»'IC^.yi!'..t. 
A-it't F. Aga<l 


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TB.Ji.hnaon 


Di^. F. Ag,<il 






Din. F. Agi-I 




OM^njBhln.'jr""" 


Dit:. F. Agifl. 




20 J, B, 'Ketfield:::. 


Aud.A.A«-W. 




SI W.s.naitwell,... 


^a^i't^.:. 




S3 W, F, VanBereen' 




28 M,M, Klrkm.nl"- 






WN, A. Pbllllpa,,. 


nmU'in. Aal, 




ME, H John™,., 


ri^^fE.,gi,j^r 




WiW.C.Ooodj 






i7W,B,Krep' 






3SR. W. Hamer.,, 


/•ur^k AQf..l\ 




SBCJhsa, Hsyward . 
SO James Wall see, Jr. 


Aifti-Mt.Agt. 
An-tSupl... 


'.'. ". 


3iO W. Tillon...... 


Bupt.M P.i-U. 




saW.A.Seotl 


An'iU.P.aH- 




MJ.B.Upcknian.... 
|lO, 11. Thayer..,. 


SS.%-'/:': 


;! II 




land Canm-r 




»j>.ci'e°^rud:::: 


Aft Comm-r. 




STF. P. Comdon.... 


Tax Comin'r. 




MF.M.Lnee""..., 






BUR. C. Rlcbnrd•.... 


Ofn.aatmAy. 

Lajul-&Tkl..l, 




KIII.M. Barchard... 


Marshall, Hlnn. 




LimitAtJc.A. 


London, Kn». 


Hl.<m.»(« niMoa 


-Mlmilei- 


ISE J.Cnjla 


8ttpn-fn/rtirf7.Chlc»EO. III. 


14 CUjwh'b, Bll^' 


TtMh &Vi-'.:FonadiiLic,W!«. 


','altaa IHr-Mm—t 


B ml lea. 


4SCbarieaMnrray... 


SapeHomrfi. Chicago, 111. 


'JS'rSS.-.:.-:. 


S,'AW::I = :: 


loira JHHtim.—ttI 


miles. 








*. J. Mill*.. 









Cllnri 



n. Ik. 






e. U. 



TVoJn TlUpr.. 
, Train DUpr. - 
Train Dirjir. . 
Norlhen !tma AlvMnn.-STO milea. 

G H.Honklna 'a'lprrliil'n'l'l. Eagle Store, In. 

■: (ieo. E. Boynion..l7>.(rin .Vai!tT.\ " •' 

8Geo.E.Conell..,.l7Vo*n lMiipr..\ " 

MadiiOR niBlflon.— 4SS miles, 
fl K. A.avinetori.. . ASaprrlnlrnd 'i.'Baraboo, Wla. 

,0K. A. Cowan Una 'I ,*('«( . " 

.lH.D,Pige [XO'l^.VreA..] 



John B. Hon 






. TVoln 
. iTVirt;! Dtfpr .\ 



' See note of explanation o 
41 



jSrri page. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICTALS. 



Suptrinbiiut 'l.l'EaaBt^a, MIcb. 



ISl Chlcaco 'nd North WesMra Hy.~ 



W P. K. P 

AnIniiiM DltUion.-' 
6*W. B. Ltrnlev. .. 
WQeonte M. West. . . I .ln'( Sunt... 
«J.8iniotui ItTMlrr Jlec/i \ 

Wbiima atm 81. JVfr SR.—«n mllei. 
M W. P. CoMTTO'ii. .. . ifi»p^ulmil -f-IWlnoni, M 
10 Geo. F. Bldwall... Ait't «i-pl.... Tnej, Mini 
71 John K. Blum.... t7rU*-.oin«r " 
71 fCllJlun gnilIh....'va<Crr AsrA.. " 
7SW. H. OniiM, ... 7V«l<i i)t.pr.. " 
71 F. H. 8[ei™rt-...,l7Valu /fo.pj-..lSl«pj K;e 

/'BtoJa OMroI OictiiBn.-WI Dll«. 
^Amn 8. Ollter,.[5u;»Hn/rwf V.IHDron, Dmk 

78 Joh» 8, Bnrke TVoin Jfiwfcr. ■' 

77F,Kldrld([B iTVoinWipr | 

tS Forrnunef LaeomotiVf Etpali-i.—H. 8, Mc 



HntcblDMiD. Coanch BlaSK, Ik: II 
Uc, Wli,; L. F. Hmim, Ft. Hon 
hnr. FRaport, II].: J' B. WlJboi 
Z, 8. Hnyward, JaaeBillle, Wla. 

riBkfB, WU-.C " 

. TntnBT. III.; 



d JToUcn 



Imltli. n 



1, HlDU. 



.A. Hinman, Onhkaa: 



CliieMO, 111; A. 

.; M. CriDilall, Oftk Park, 
i^um.D, ^»;..nir, 111-; A. L. Muil, Clln- 

, .. D Roblnton, darroll, Pi.; O. W. «olg- 

;le. Jewell Janetioi).l8.;E. P. EdwiinH. BigLeGrore, 
- " H. Brow[i.Blroy,Wi»,;J.A Kar win. Kiaiion, 

. „ „ . "ich,- OBonifl 

'If, Redfleld, 



; A. M. f 



1 .. 

■wlbt,'w»Mi_. ,. 

Brt.; P. H. Loltai, , 

roai dn Lac. Wla,; W, P. Oodga. Boone, I».; Wm. 
Downar. Bella PIslne.Ia.iW. D. Rotalnion.CanDli, la.: 
I. A. Worcattar. Sac citT. U.; Luke FItdd, Baela 
Grova, la.: J. W. Wrl«lil. flar»t— ""- ■ i" "-- 

"■-■^'-n, Blroir'. Wl«!l P.H Utrai 
loraa. rfnrc- '■ ' " " 



Luke FItdd, 
M, Wli.;Meni 






E «>. — 

nanrr W. BalUn, j. , „. 

BroohlDC. Dak. 

BnuiiHoa un> BuDsaa. 

M t^DUob in rAorw.—D. Kendall. Chicago, 111.; B. 
CraDe, JaDaiTlltc. Wla.; Q. M, Clukr. MIlwaukM, 
Via.: J. BIckeT. rblcaeo. lit.: W. D. Waldan, CIid- 
toD, la.: A. L. Oaliej. EtEle Qiawt. Is.; W. Elliot, 
Biraboo.Wli.: H. P, Mofrfil, Madlnon, WI«,: C. Pal- 
m«. Eacinaba. Mich.; A, Dolg, Winona. Minn.; J. 

GifliHiL uio TiuviLLnia Aaanri, Etc. 



„ ..*'.* P. J, New Tork, N. T. 

K W.W.CbambarUlOj Om F.*e.Ag.\ D«a Molnei, la. 

MC.H, WlM \n. E. Ft. Agt.\BiiMtin.li.K*. 

nS.T.Monalt 'ffiw(.ftiH.jtff( New York. N. T. 

UQ. L. HirtlMin....|&>kU/^ui..,<0.lchlcaao, 111. 

K> F. H. Uelendr Lv.£. Aim.^Si Boaiou. Uan. 

-™ ■■ -30Brfn....]jfie*J\i««.Jy(iDetrolt,Mlch, 



■. vii«t ia(vflM..A?(. 



. wtm K. P. 

EymlD. MadlaoD.Wti.:^. C.darvlD.Witanown. Dak. 

S8 0«Mnii.Jff*nri(RuB*»!7ff>.— II. P- SiaDwood, 0in 
FnuclKo, Cil.; W. H. Head, Portland. On. 

W mrtUinc Faiumgrr Aetnlt.~&. B. PpalD, Bnf- 
ralo. N. Y.; Cba>. TraTar, ColDnbiu. O.: A. H. Wa«^ 
eener. ladtaDapoll*. Ind. ; F. B. GarrtD. MarBballlown, 
la.: Jai. OibaoD, HadifOD. Win.: H. A. Gmia, LascM- 
i*r. Pl; Y. H. HoaralT. CleTelaad, O.: J. A. Knrtay, 
Onaha, Neb.; A O Harker. Chluwo. III.; J. B. TnonS, 
SiJt Lake CUj, VUh : G, W. Hibbard.Sjdno;. N. B. W. 

OiDeiat offlcB (C. A N. W. Bl. Co.). a Fifth Atchbp, 
CbleiBO. 111.: FiaulasencT.AlWallSL.Kew York CUT- 



(a) Frtmtml. Elkhon and MitrvUTi VaOiy SH.—Tre- 
Dont ID DoDirlaH, Mfl.3 mile.; biauchee, Frrmont lo 
-incoln. 5*.l mllw ; Scrlbncr lo Llodfav, (10.8 mil« : 
■•"'-- - CrelRhlor " ■ -'■ - — - --- " 



Kipld Clrr.ie.T inllaa 



a; aiii aaOlmdJIe SB.— Sioai Citj to Ti*- 



1 Mirrln Bnehii 
aid L.8Tkei.. 
SAlbart Keep... 
tM.M.KIrkmini 
II J B. KedBcld. 
OW.F. Filch,.. 
T C. M. LawkT. . 
8 J. R Bacbanai 
IIK.C.IIor>boa„. 
lOG. F. Wheelock,. 



ItB RuLHOaM. 

iPrtlOmt. .. jCbtcaEO, IIL 
/•j;C*PSH Now York, N 

-P.FE^JfF.Cbln^o, III. , 



'-PUCdbPSB: 
\ i^-P.FE^jrF.' 

\Tne:ai^om. 



V. Pom. a, 

iGm.n.Aget 



Agl.. 



7 Ft.Afft 



:j. Om.Bag.Agl, " 

.- ".■.= — ..a...;fV.JF"B*'.'«r. " ■■ 

laa-OerbH- ■Au'tVHf.Kne. 

1* Sam-! C. Dotr Jh'( Enfn'r. Chadnni, Kah. 

IBJpo.B Bawfej... OrB..iiifB... ;Fr*iBODt, Neb. 

'« R. W. Hanier .PvrcA. AirflU.'Chlc*eo, HI. 

" - jriut.Jriic*...|lllMaDrlVT-.>«- 

Car Aee'taKl.A 

Xait.CarBldr] 

Fer.CarBiuipti '■ "' 

F>>r. CaTSIiopt\*\oni a\j. la, 

At. Uir.n<vt NoitOlk. Neh. 

For. OtrStwiChadran.Neb. 

For Carabg-lllinonri Vy-.Iii. 



i. Teal... 
IS Jim» E. y 



. U. Rami 



SI"'; 

..-. -Ftlklni.. 
«ac. J. Chapman... 
■a Geo. L. niTDar. . . . 
« Chae.C^McPboraon 

Borgeii 



Stortk, (> A<^ - 

Slmlt. aAcct. Chadron. Neb, 

TVivfAvdlUr, Chicago, 111. 

FrtigAtAuii..] 

-- - - . MHaoorl ValleT, 

P, Siafford, Kor- 
A, mnjr, Frauoni, nen.; J. O'Bryan, Luiw 
; J, B, Moran, H, Hooker, Cba.lrDn, Set,. ; 
, 8crll>D«. Neb.; D. A. Naab, Dooglw, 



W! S.' Ilarewf 

IB Soaa Swparrtmwn,— . 



SOH.C. Cheynrj.,. 



'.'G,'Fnller.'!; 



iSprt.Pau. .J,iORUtlia.:<*b. 
;rVo'-,/-.^»f..|MtaMrariVy., la. 
\Trar. F. Agt..\ " - 

Uji'i SbjX... Hotfolk, N»h. 
l^«VjfHrf....!ch>dron. M«b. 
[Train IiUpr. Norfolk, Neb. 
I Train IMtp'r. Chadron. Hrb. 



SB I. B. Poller iBiipl.qfTi. .. 

lOn.Warllck. \P'iiianPaliitfr\ 

IIJ.B.WatllM \tt. Raatt Hal.] 

liRtaryTbarbtt.... FBrHn^ridff.l " ■* 

General Offlcva. Cblcifw cor. KInile and llaiket 
Rti. ; New York, aa Wall &1. ; HiiKitiii Valliy. U.; 



CKab. 
ic) CMcago, SI. Pavl. Xlnnfapolit ai 

Harrin BnKhliI....mwldmf i< 

M.L.Svkaa 

E. E. Woodman, ,. 






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43 



POOR'S DIRBCTOBT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



151 Chl««s« Bnd north IVMMem Br>— 

ChUago, SI. Pout, MUmtapolU and OmaKa Bf. 

—Oooiinutd. 

4S. O. Hon \AH-tTrvu. 

S Q.AMuaWtoa'*'!'! Local 7V«iw. 

a B. W. Winter.... \Otn. " 

T J. M. Whllmui....lOcn. 

8F. B. ClMke.... 

« T. W. Teudsle*..., , 

"" ' ■ \Orti.FI.Agt. 



..\Oca.S«pl.. .. 
..\G. Tr^McM.. 

..\a.p.£n.Agi 



V»w Tork, N. T. 
St. PmI, UIud. 



II M. P. Baeler 
\i T. B. Wblinf 
M C. W. Ji 



O.Fpl.. 



•on,^..,!CAfn* 



, O'.Fgl.A 

\CM^ Eng.... 



[. Phlpp* jiond fi 



in'ipolla.UIiia 

St. Panl, HIDD 



Hod WD. Wli. 
St. Fsnl, Mtntl. 



in rfonn u. Howe . . . i tim. i 
1> B. T. FlouniaT„..l£iini2ii 
■DA. I}nimft]'i"..iC1itr..4ainin((.| 

at O. F. Brtsin n f :Onuhi,Nab. 

11 H. C. Eckenb«rgcrl I ,3_ , ^. I PorUud, Ore. 

HC.F. ■.Tliillne..|J [.UUh aif.Hont. 

aiSUnlojPronilfll.. Cbnfr-Bff Ao.. ~ " 
-*~ C. Ho^ 'aupl.c/Trleg. 



SI RdmoDdL Poole. 
38 L. S. Johnion. .. 

WL. a. Wilcox 

10 O. L. CrewoD 






^If, Hon 
il,MliU]. 



n J. K. BnviJl i/ta. Zoo). £ri).,AttO0Ii*. WlP. 

M W. U. DsllM. f^. Loco. Sep., E.ScPtaUUU 

KH.CoboTB \Fa.Lax:Sm.\Oaah^Sah. 



M H. L. FreriOD ISfmt.Car Bdr., aaitoa 

17 F. ChrlMophel.. .\Fn. CarS^. .\8t. Psnt, hidd, 

« . .. „. i^_ "— j[~.. |iiiin'»i>oll«.lJ1[H 

■— '"' — :Clty. U. 



18 F. E. Warner [Fh. Ct. .„^. 

N J. W. Lidick ..'Fa. Car }trp. 
40 ICtxtd Ma1»r:—3. C. ThanloD. Black River Falls, 



Wl».; W. T. P»na. E. St. I 
Cblppe«aFii)]>. Wi*.: K. Cue 
R. A. Wlilla, OmahK. Neb.: ' 



« Hallelt. Ne<r Rlch- 



'. Mian : W. H. Me- 



Wia.': A. Coi, Le ^d 

CoDDall, Slonx FaDa, Dak. 

Eaitem Ih'-i»i(m.—'XASa mllm. 
41 JuuaHcCabe... | ^;>«HnMiur(. | St. rnl.Uliin. 

SarVunt DiTMm.-SSl.Vt mUM. 
4t JaiDM UcCaba. . , | SuptrlnUivrt . | St. Panl, Hlon. 

SI. Paul ani Sioax Vilg 0J«Mon SSl.tT nllea. 



I. C, JioitnoB....\A.llail.ilf<A..\ 
Ktbnuka Mci^on.'^a.W miles. 

45 B. H. Jaynaa. . . . , | SuperlnlauTI . I Omaka. Keb. 

Genaral olBco (C St. P., M. * O. Kj,), Mt, Pan 
Minn. . Financial office, » Wall St., MaiT York, H.I 






4 F. N. BOTtr 

B C.B. Lockwood' 
8 W. A. Bell. 



8 W.Q. Diddle 






.Mail.Meeli.... 

Manb \Trala SfaiUr. 

.Diddle \Boad llatta: . 

H. ClaggeCt. Icar ArcOHnfl. 

Ill office. Indian^wlia, led. TranittT office. 



IfiS Cklcmcoi Kock Inland and Pacllle 

Dr.— ChJcago toCanucilBlntrt.SOamUea; branchea, 
esi mllM. 

1 R.R. Cable .F.i Otn. Xgr.lCbtttao.m. 

SDaTidDow* Iff r.-Avi... New York. K. T. 

a A-Klnbali m F.-ft«.... CUcaso, III. 

4 W.O. Pordy. >••■•&»!.* TVbm.. " " 

BB.St.John.. \Aifl Oen. M..\ " '■ 

SH.F.Itojce \Gen.aapt. ...\ " 



Cklcaico, Rock 



■1aD< and PaclSe 



18 J. It. Jotanaon... 
14 Daniel Atwood,... 

16F.A.MBr»h 

le Acibor Temple*... 
17 O. H. Croi-bi. .. 
IB Thna, F. Wlihrow. 

10 F. B. HajTie 

SO J. D. Marelon.. 



i.FaCi. 

tn.Ft.Ag 

PvrrA, Agai^ 



»* A. R. s»iri 

15 C. F.Drew' •'■ , 
M Com Eichaage Bk ;. 

WK, H.Wood.... ..'i , 

18 J. Ratlenbnrj iM.Car Palnt'r] 



I. N. Y. 



tio, 111. 



_..3aworth..|e.^, A«,^o,NewTotk,N,T. 

] F. RMoaick \a. E. Ft. Agt .' 

I F. M. Day »mV. .4«»<.. KanaaadtT.Ho. 

I J. A. Bbepp«^....lJ<r. W. J^. .d.,Chlcaga,Ill. 

mtuiU ZHciilon. 
) B. H. Cbunbertaln'A/perlnrmd'r.lCblcago, III. 



<. .Vai. JttcA.\ 



1, Parker.., 



lA.MO' C 

lEfiginev.- ■ \ " 

Vt B. Baker \IHT.Roa4 JfailJollet, III. 

DirUian. 



I .'Det Holoee, la. 

A.jSlnart, la. 
A. DaTrnpoiT, la. 



I W.W.Loomla!!!! JYob. Ft. A(il.l 

Keokuk and Dtt Molntt DirMon. 
J jobn Ulten o^KHfltnS'f .iDe* Holnea,!*. 



■t Supl.., Keokuk, la. 



4TB.W. Wakefield... Ai.Mai. Mfc/i.\ 

iS nmTjKtaaa... Ai.Miu.C.IIiIrl " 

4B W. F Lee \RoailJtluta:.\ " " 

M W. W. Loonila,...l7Vfli'. «. >ff'.Dea>loin«»,Ia, 

SoatA Weitera IHritUM. 
El O. F.Walker. .. ASt/perinlftuTt .\TitDUia, Ho, 



wrtflfnuTf .iTrentOD, Mo. 
Mat. JfjrtJ ;| ^ 

.SoodJ^i^Waibln^an. la. 



General office, Cblca«o, III. Flacal agency, Coin Sz- 
cbaniB Bank, New Tork, N. Y. 
154 Cblcaxo, Santa re and rallfbnla 

Hy.— Chicago lo Pekin, IM mil*?. {Snnefaot lo Chi- 
cago and St. Lonla RR) Controlled bj Alchlton ayalcm. 
1 Nonnan Wmiani>..li>,<f GfH. J4r.:Cbicaf(0,Ill. 



B.'t. Lewie ]om. T. .jffntfj Chicago, Ul. 

' Kmmnna Blaine!. ".tf..F.ct P. ]lj>.l " " 

A.C. Arni>Itong...!rtreft. Asn>t.\ " " 

General office, Cblcago, 111. 

IGS Obleasot St. I>onU and Plltnbnrsk 
■B. 

8a Pmnryltanla Bfiftm. 

1 Sfl Cbleaco and St. l.oals BR. 

SM Chicago, Santa Fi and Califarnia By. 

1ST Chleacoi St. Panl and Kaaaaa CItr 
Wj. 

See MlnntMa and Sorlhaiiltm SB. 



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15§-16§. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



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158 rhloagro, St. Paul, Minneapolis 
and Omalui Wty* 

Sie Chicago and North W^ffern Jiy. System. 

159 ClilcaKo and Western Indiana 

BK.— Chicago to Dolton, 17 miles ; Hammond Ezteu- 
■iOD, 10 mlleo ; and 

BeU liaUway of Chicago.— G., M. A St. P. KR. to 
Soatb Cuicago, 22 miles. 

Officers of both Roads. 



1 JobnB. Carson.... 
9 M. J. Clark7»>i.. 
8 O. W. Stokes'..., 
4 James D. Carson. 
.^ C. M. Osborn.. .., 
6 R. W. Johnson . . . 



\Pr€ftideut Chicago, 111. 

\Scc. fit Amlitor 
I Trtaauitr — 
!(rV». ^fanog^ 
|<^^/l. tSotuifor. 
Maat. Mech.... 
\Af.Tnm.Ji. Ry 



7 J. M. Kannvy.. 

8 B. A. Fuller 'Gf-n.Bag.Aqt. 

9 C.C.Nash l^irih. Agtnt. 

10 J. P. Doom ^'Jtoad Muf>ter. .1 

11 W. J. Holton Supt. qf TfUgS 

lAO Chicago and l¥estern RK.— In the city 
or Chicago. LSniilee. 



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* (Jeo. AT erry weather. 
3 J. F. Price 



President . .: New York, N. Y. 
Kifr^/V*«W*nf Chicago, III. 
Sfcretary I 



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Ittl Cblcaso and West IVHchlcan Ry.— La 

Crosse to Pentwater, 209 miles ; brunches, 205 miles. 



1 Nathaniel Thayer. 

3J. B. Mulliken 

3 Charles Merriam.. 

4F. A. Nlras 

6Ch*sL Gunn«<»»o 

6 J. K. V. Agnew.. . 

7 W. A. Carpenter... 

8\V. A. Gavett 

9M. W. Rose 

10 J. W. Petherara... 

11 U. B. Rogers' • »>.. 

1-2G. J. Dafiy 

18 P. W. stil«)n« .... 

14 II. P. Denring ♦ 

13 Allan Bonra 

16 J. M. Sterline. ... 

17 George (!. Watrons 

18T. C.Clark 

1»F. O. Nye 

20 C. Markham 

21 H. D. Hunt 

22 J. McLoughiin 

83 J. C. Werscakul... 

«F. Pease 

25 Edward Aubrey . . . 
M P. Conley 

27 John R. Wood . . . . 

28 John Wykes 



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Chhif Fi}g....\ " '^ 

MoMt.Mtch... 



1 65 Cincinnati and Green River RR,- 

King's Mountain to Yosemite, 15 miles. 

1 E. Zimmerman. . . . Prtgidmt Cincinnati, O. 

2 Lowe Emerson '. Vlc^- President 

8 J. J. Perkins TrfAinurer 

4 R. A. Holden, Jr. . . • Secretary^ 

5 George B. Harper*. 

A. Evans 

7 Matthew Horton... 

General office, Yosemite, Ky. Transfer office, CIi 
clunati, O. 

166 Cincinnati. Hamilton and l>aytoi 

RR*— Cincinnati to Dayton, 60 miles ; branches, 21 
miles. 

1 Geo. H. Stoyner. .\Prefident Cincinnati, O. 

2C. C. Walte 1 

8 H. 8. Ives V Vice-Presidls. 

4 E. Zimmerman. ) 

5 E. W. Woodruff.. Sec. «f Treas.. 

6 F. H. Short \ A. Seed! Treas 

7 C. C. Walie ; Otn. Manager. 

8 Geo. W. Lii<bawa. \ Auditor 

» Cha«. Nfilson ^SujteHnfnui'L 

10 A. H. McLeod... \<rfn. Fqt. Agt.\ 

11 Samuel Steveii«)n. 1 6V/J. Bng.Agt. 

12 C. H. Rockwell... <i. P. rf: T. A.\ 

13 J. Kamcey, Jr. ... I C/iUf Kng 

14 W. J. M ulvihill . . . ! Car Acc'td. . . i 

15 W. H. Corrv MaM.of Ma^. Lima, O. 

■ 16 W. U. H. Allison.. Af.of C. ffty/r/fCincinnati,©. 



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President Boston. Mass. 

V.-P. A G. M. Muskegon, Mich. 

Sttc. f£* Titos.. Buston, Mass. 

SUicUor .... Muskegon, Mich. 

At. T. ffe Pmr. 

General Nupt.. Grand Rapids.Mi. 

Traffic Mf,r.. iMui»kegon. Mich. 

Ae^t G. P. A. Grand Rapids,Mi. 

Ate'tG.P.A.' 

ChiefEngin'r. " " 

Auditor Muskegon, Mich. 

Ft. AccouuCt. 
Tkt.Accountrt. 
Gen. Bag. Ag. Chicago, 111. 
Purchan'g /ij/.i Detroit. Mich. 
Oen. /r //.l/^M^! Grand Rapids,Ml. 
S..UP. d' i^.iSr.' Muskegon, Mich. 
Claim Aneni..\ 

Supt. 7W^v>A Holland, Mich. 
liv.RMa>t^r.\ " *' 

rnv.n.Maeter.l *' ** 

Div.R. Matter. White Cloud.Mic. 
Foreman (7. £^.j Muskegon, Mich. 
F'n.IjOco.Rpe. 
F. Paint Shop. 
.Ucuit. rra/ijt;?. Holland. Mich. 
Trav.Pwts. ^.iDetroli, Mich. 
I Trar. Auditor Grand Rapids,Mi. 



17 James Bruce. 



Ma^t. Tran»p. 



1 18 Henry {io\^en.... Sa.Bg. <t Bid. Hamilton,©. 

j 19 M. Mounts JMri Aon Supt. Indianapolis, In 

20 James Bruce Division Supt. Cincinnati, O. 



21 T. SulliTan 

22 R. Brennan. 
28 H. Piene. 
34 J. Tanbken 
25 John Black. Jr. . . 



General ofllce. Muskegon. Mich. 
Bears Building, Boston, Mass. 



Transfer office, 26 



1 62 Cincinnati, Colnmbns and RocklnK 
Valley RR.—Jcflersonville to Clayvillo Juncilun, 
28 miles. 

1 C. P. Langdon PrMdent Chicago, I'l. 

2 D. W. Uiordan Manager Jcflerson\ille. O. 

SE. T. Balc»« 

4 A. M. Simmons 




Auditor BowerHVlIlc, O. 

. G.Ft.ft-P. .4(7/.; Chicago, Hi. 

General office, Jeffersonville, O. 

163 Cincinnati and Eastern Ry. 

**'''r Ohio and Korth wfftttrn. 

164 Cincinnati) Geore^etonvn and Ports- 
moatli RR, — Cincinnati to Geor;;(:town, 42 miles. 

1 M, E. IngalN PnAdent Cincinnati, C). 

2 Ralph I'uters* i T.- /^vw .A-G.M 

3 H. G. Roclker* « » »• .SVr*-. rf; Trea».. 

4E.W.Whitei--.|:^-/i/.^^^^^^^ 
5 Thoa. Taggart \8uptrlntendt. 



IHri^ion Supt. Lima, O. 

Suj/fM^or Hamilton, O. 

Sup* nii>or Connersvllle, In 

' SujH nifor Toledo, O. 

[FLorti. Rep'rs Lima. O. 

26 Chas. Albert \F. t^ar Rep're. Cincinnati, O. 

27 Henry C. VIUk... G. Kast. F. A. New York, N. 

28 W. H. Gunzolman Train IH/tp... Cincinnati. O. 



29 S. B. Kramer. 

30 L. P. Minier. 



Train IH^p. . . .Indianapoli:*, Ix 
Supt. Teitg... Cincinnati, O. 

(a) McComb. Deshltr and Toledo BR. 

81 Chas. Neilson |/6rM;>c /^n^^/z^fr; Cincinnati, O. 

General office (C , H. ^ D. RR.), Cincinnati, 
Financial Agency, Henry S. Ives A Co., 25 Nassau £ 
New York, N. Y. 

167 Cincinnati, Hocklns Valley ai 
Hantlnffton RR.— Adelphi to Kingston, 18 mil 

1 Marcus Boggs Preeid*'nt Adelphi, O. 

2 John Korsboer r Gen. Manager 

3 Robt. Swinehurt [Strretary.. . 



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and Clilcaffo Ry.— Cinciunau to Kankakee, 1 

miles ; branches, 160 miles. 

1 Melville E. Ingalls T^i^Hdent 

2 E. F.Osborn" «'»»»•. v<^r. <f Treae.. 
8 J W^. Sherwood.. Sujttrintind't . 

4 .TobnEgan G. P. dc T. A. 

6 H.J. Page •Gm. Fat. Agt. 

6 W. C. Hobbs .4**7 G. F. A. Chicago. 111. 

7 T. V. Morris Chief Fng ' Indianapolis, Ii 

8 E. A. Hermann,. yl**VC'Ar"A«i7.' ** 

9 J. S. Patterson.. . . Maxf. ^fach . Cincinnati, O. 

10 A. Wipper* F.&Tkt Accent 

n J. Heglm \G(n.Bag.Agt.\ 

It George Tozzer.... Purch. Agent. 

18 B. F. Sipp" Gtn. Car Ace' I Indianapolis, I 

J. Kelly ! Road Ma^d*r . ! Kankakee, 111. 



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15 A. M. Stimson 
in W. H. Page 

17 C. W. Norrls 

18 Thco, F.Brown. 

19 C. S. LaFoUette. 

20 J. H. Martin 

21 J, C. Tucker 



Gtntral Agent Lafayette. Ind. 
Trar.Paeti.Ag Cincinnati, O. 
7'rnr.PajtM.Ag Chicago. III. 
Trar.Pojm.Ag C^hattan^go.Te 
H>jtt.Pa/ie. A g. '■ Lafayette. Ind 
IHtt. Pofuf.Agt Indianapoll*,! 
G. N. W. P. i4. Chicago. IIJ. 



General office, Cincinnati, O. Registrar of 8to 



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44 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF HAILWAI OFFICULS. 



188 OlBclNnMI, IndianaiHiIlB, St, LoaU 
>ad Oblcasv aj.^CbnOnuii. 

Tnnirer omce, mo 
0« Hepalr Slioiis a 

160 ClnclnnMlt Jackaan >n« nackl- 

n«w Rn,— Cidl tu Prenklln, 190 inlk). 
1 J. U. C. Kiible. . iPnv. AOtn.if.iVn Wert, 0. 
t e«>. RHhatdOD.. rJa-/Vui<i<n(lNeiv ¥r>rk. N. T. 

■ O.L.HarUe /idA. laO.M VnnWer^, O. 

■•"""-■-- •" "'irk.N.Y. 



S Blohard BBlUi. . .'. I TVMimm- . , 

■ A.V.IUo« >J«7 Trtai. 

7H. K J^iitloii*i.<niq,/',iC/'. . 
8 J.H.IbckaU. ....rmr.y.itP.A 
VQ.I^TIUMiiM.... [Om. Jfo.Agt. 

in J. T. Bluet \CAI^ena.... 

II O.L. Setaniek ...iChitrTr.liln. 

]IS.H.Wappnu">**.1u.%Air.^ 

It 1^ Wann«T,...'CMr.l(c'R(.. 

H I..V.BacfcinMlcr>>'«»>f. J-rantp. 

IS J. H. WllklDPon. \.\rirdgtCatT>. 

IB B. F. MarahatJ ...]Hn'lfr -V'A 






Ocnanl otfia. Van Wert. 
Wall UirtM. Mew Toik. N. Y. 



Tnuarcr oAli:*, ' 



17A Glnelnnatl and SantbcaBter* Br.— 

JohDHii] to HUliboro'. W mllva. 

I Cbarlea MUlsr i/^dtfnif irnnklhi. Pa. 

1 Wm. Matil V\ce- Pnsidnit.Wn Yurk. N.Y. 

S K, fl. BIbleT s«;. * 7y«a»,,lfninklln. Pa, 

4J,B.Frencl> \G,i\fralMan.:- " 

G W.M.IJibley \SuixrtHlu>d'l. 

B N. a. DnJley' \(i.F.AP.A. 

Oenanil offlca, PIomlDgHbiirg, Ky. 



1 William BiDgbain 

a W.B. Jon.-a 

* N. Beckle;*<*>« 
S O. W. iJiiiiport.,.. 

SOwaaKIc* 

T A, V.Peck 

8 B.D.WI)e«l<)ck< ' I 



__.i. Itanagtr 
Saprtinirna't. 



iS John Griiwold,... 
I le TliDnua Catron... 
, WBlephanPai 



Dle*eUDd, O. 

Elkhart, Ind. 
Wlbaah. iDd. 
Elkhut, Ind. 

Wabafh. Ind. 
BIkharr, lod. 
1, Ind. 



1 J. F. Winalow \Stcretaiy 

« F. L. Dndlej' ' :..\A.-la.F.<tFA 

4A.J.LoTe. IVatl.tfTMUit 

B r. K. VolKhl .\aa.3f. P.* Jt. 

< H. B. Talbolt [CAI^HnB—- 

General offlca, Ciuclnuall, O. Bepair Bhopi at CIn' 
elooatl, O. 

1 Tl ^InclanaU and noaklncnDB Valley 

PItLabDrgb. V». 
arlLuEton 

t Jiihn B Br«aee.,..'Si(ciWr."."..'.!lLinca«t«r.l 

1 Wm. MolllnB.. Fvr. Agt [PlUtbnrGb, 

General office, Zaneavllle, O. Locomotive an 



vnirJinlat. 
rtin Faints 
ice, Elkhart, Ind. Tranifer olBce, CIcve> 

1T7 ClnctHBall, ITKalilDSton and Bal- 
••■— '^— ■■■■ ^i..*i-.--n •.> iMIpre, IMI mike; 



.— Morroi* lo Urcaden Ji 

1 Thomaa D. Mtanler Fraidtnt. . . 

S J.K.Davldaon' '•<• Trtaianr'. 

S F. O. D4rllu|ton..,tfec. itSi^- 



.iPltWbnich, Pa. 



ew. ILKIni.. 

BJ. BecliD 

10 J. BTSoie..,, 



x-Fruldnl Hew York. N. T. 



Aadilcr 

Om. jtamigtr 
(Un-Fffl. Agt- 
Om.Fau.Afl. 






Bit Qwan and Cractnt lioaU. 

173 ClnclDDBlt Northweatem KR.— CIr 
einnall lo Hi. Bcalib;, 13 mllea. 
1 John R Dave J I PraiOenl IClnclnuitl, O. 

g Robert 81 mpKOn ...\Trtai. * (7.1f. ■■ " 

a WlUlamT.yimpeonlaferre'inr. | " ;■ 

General office, IS3 Weal 4tb St., CInclnnall. 
Loeomollve atid Car Repair Ehopa at Ht. Healltiy, O. 

latl, Selma and nsblle Rr.~ 



(lln.Baa. Agt. 
Matt. ofTraat) 
Matt. f/Boad.] 






jUhilllcotbo, O. 



dtn, C<Hinttl,\ " " 

.7'rai'.J'iMf .Jg.Chllllcolbo, O. 



E C. H. CromwfU' ' 
S Jaa. E. Worawlck 
7 E. B. McDaniel . 



<f F. .^.'Moijt?omer)r,Ala 
AP.A.\ 



' IS B. B 
■IflJ. A .. 
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Gcnaral office. _. 

era' Loan and Tioat Co., New York. N. Y. 

178 CliiFlnnall and 'Wealirood RR.— 

ClnclnnaU lo Kofab'a malion. 6 mllea. 

1 F, W. ScHwartae. , \FrtsiHini . . . Cherlot O. 

■ M. ScliwarU yiM-ftyrfdfiM.Cinciunall, O. 

SC.Wetk <iw,<f 7>ea»., 

4M. Werk kUcr S«pl ! 

General office, I> Poplar Bl., CindDnatl. O. 

110 CInclnnall, Wheellnc and New 
York KR.— Camberland to Horgan'a Jtucllon, IS 

. llThoni»aRBbarp,.(f«jWn.( ....'New York, N. Y, 
S£F. M. AtUi^on ... ut Hn.fVu .Bateavllle, U. 
aV. D. Gallaeliei....2d llH-Fnt.} 

'*W.II. Atklnaon....*c,*7>«a», 1 

I 5 B.C. WliialanIe]>>..|(?en..l/iinaoT.'Camber1aBd.O. 

■8L. J. Cutler 'Oin.Ttt.itFA; 

iB J. ^ 



il office, fielma, Ala. Ren York office, tt ' I 



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181 riarkabarKiW 
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■ J^K.BynneU..,.. Plw/Twidun* || _1 



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ClBritiburi, W. T». 

183 Cl«v«lBnd> AkrvD and CoInmbDa 

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> <5a1uinba 

..|/Vdiie6V».jr.:Ahroi 

-. ...\ria-Prefidinl" ' 

George D. Walker Stmlarr- . . . 
S.C Sx-nat. ... ..^(In.Ft.iP^. 

H, B, Duabmm.. ...Am't I). Ft.A. 

C.O.Wood ...U"VO. F.A. 



York, M. Y. 
ilud, 0. 



S <). M. T*y1ot 

lOCnitlet Bobi. 

II B, O. Sluupeo.... 
It J. F. DoneTon 



...T^.APavm. 
Chlc/BnMr'- 



rjRi* 



.Uail Car Stp. 
.Viul.F.it S. T. AkroD, O. 
JtoaU Xalt*r ■ , 
J^UK. AgtHl.. ClMlUM 
/tai*. Agmt. 

T.Fi.* Pm.A 

.. .-. F-reman LB. 

I. P. HsrrlB... ■- - - 

0«n<nl once, Akron, O. 
tSS Clereland >nd Cantvii RR.- 



IH. A. Blood... 



I. BoatOD. IUm, 



B J. W. WaTdwall...lAiji^fl/fturf.|CleTeUi]d, O. 
-■ -■ '■ - .,|C.nton,0, 

laioiiB B^B~.. '.'.'.. \Xaitrr~MiKh'. 

Gansral office, Cutoo. O. Tnufa oOlM, 
i;ra>i 81., Boeton, Mutt. 

im rUTcland, CdK 
kad IndlanarQlla Br. 

3m Ba Unt. 

18S CI«*eIand, Dalpbi 



iDmbaa, Cincinnati 



Knd St. LoBia 



Be* t^evdand and Watm BR. 

186 ClcvcUad, Lorain and WheclU 

BB.—Lormln to Brlageporl, IIHmilaa. 
1 Beleh Ch»inherl«in'/Ve»l*!n/ ....jCloTeiind, O. 
■ W. 9. Btrenlor ... i Vict.Pretiiml, •• " 

a C. L, Cnuer" • • '•,««■. * Trtai. . ■' " 

*0»c« Town»™d'.|0<».ifonooer. " " 

a Wm.Thoralinrgll";8up«7iH(*Brf'(. I.o™Id, O. 
ty^- E.Onat. ....\0in.jr.4tP.A.C]ettluii,0. 

Ki7w"'ffiif^.V.~V\ciB~<^iii^il'.'.\vitye\ 

IIF.K. Now 'Ovpt. TiltB...] 

1»8. 8. Howell. \CIHtf7>ain D. LoniD, O. 

^aC. n.WtibaiUya.'Xatla-Jtich..\ - - 

MOeorgs BntU IFormum C-I>.\ " '• 

Oeneral offlce, HelUDllle Buik Buildlof, C 
Uod, O. 



Vklley JnncUon, T a 



iO. H. Cuidee iatc. d: Tt»u. .,t>i 

SJ,C.T«jlor \Car Amiinfl 

4F. Q. JeWMI \afn.F.J:P.A. 

8C. L-Oould CAI«-£Bji(*«r 

T A. Oillow*;. \XaH4r Sfch.. 

aw. QdIdd AiP'. Tratup.. 

9J. L Ktdd ]Boad Matter. . 

General office, Cambridge. O. 

188 Clereland and Wealarn 



> to Can 



.-Dal. 



.[Allechenj. Pa. 



lVlMuaaewpla....<Pmidenl .. 

S W. C. Moblej em. JfuBoo, , , _. 

SCW.BIalflT \Aa.dOFdtPA\ •' " 

IBB Cleveland, Toopsatown and Pll(i> 
bnrgb Rr< 

3— Late Krie. ABIanee and Soulhtm By. 

190 Clova Bra neb RR. 

See Seteburg. Dulchae 



o Cbambllx, 
w...[iVM. A TVviw.'Cabanrg, ODt. 

... ]Mmqfiluth..\ 



.cdrj... 



..Mat.<irci 



BN.HIckmaii SoadMaitfT..\ " " 

193 Colorado Coatral BB. 

aei Union Par^ BB. 

198 Colorado nidland »r.— rrojecled froni 
Cnlomdo Mprlnw via Manllou uid LeidTllle to Fi^liig 



roitd n 



4 C. A. LbdpIiie. 

airrinE Bowbert .. 
aD.B.1toblaean.... 
7T.U WlKEleeworth 

5 B. H. BriSDl. 



PreHdenI ... 
Uf nor-Prte. 
td VUt-Pni. 

Sfmtarg. ... 



II«nrT T. RoHn.. 

1 WIllLmFnllur.,. 
IJ.H.Holvrar 

Oeneral offlce, Opo 



- - Tork.*!). ■?.' 

Colorado Up., Ci<i. 



tfmi. SolMlor. " " 

Supl. MaeAlne. 

f^rtA. Agtnl. " " 

1 Honu Block, ColorBdaSprlDgi, 

ivIUe RB. 



196 Columbia and Fasct Sound RR, 

See Oregon Impmement Oompani/, 

196 Colnmbna and Cincinnati nidland 

RR.— Columbua to Midland Cit;, 'it mllea. 
lOrland Hmllh. ...Prfildent ....iClnclnnatL O. 
3Tlieo.II, Bailer"* 7y«iRirer ... Colnmbaa, O. 

se.F.Peabodr 'Sk. * Supl. .] " " 

4 W. B, Keppen Oen.Pa'e.Agl.l " " 

BC. B.WIjfbl.. ..'Oen. Fgl.Agl.\nWbOTth.VK 
fl James C. Lanlu' (len. Til. Agl. \Co\mD}uu;0. 
TC. F. Low"*.. .ivliKflbrr. .... C]nclDuat{,0. 
a D. D. Carolhoa. . . l I'Af^^X ntrtneer Colnnbna, O. 
MK. T.Affleck 'iHv.f^l. Agt.\ 

10 J. Conant'i \Car jTrnHmrdClacInnaLI. 0. 

11 J. W. Slmn)0ii*....l2toiKf ilfi>t(<r..iCo1niiiba*. O. 
Qeneral office. I 



^^ iSm note of explaiiation on first page. 

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RESUMPTION 



AND THE 



SILVER QUESTION; 

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— EMBRACING — 

A SKETCH OF THE COINAGE AND OF THE LEGAL-TENDER 

CURRENCIES OF THE UNITED STATES 
AND OTHER NATIONS. 

By HENRY V. POOR. 

(1878J 



S>ttmmari) of ti)e OTontentst. 



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19Y>907. 



197 Colambas and Eaatern KR.— Colnro- 
bue w Cannelville, 78 miles ; Goodlin Run Branch. 1 
mile ; Zanesville Branch. 6 miles : Buckeye Branch 
(FaltoDham to Redileld), 9 mile»— total, 88ml1ee. 



IF. J. Plcard. 
2 J. M McCune.... 
8J. B. Redfield .... 
4 C. D. Firestone. . . . 

6 W.S. Gaerin 

«W. W. Daniel 

7C. A. Covert 

8 8. J. Callaway.. . 
9H. O.Pjnd 



Sec.it C7. if an. Columbos, O. 

President .. .{ 

Vice- PreHdent .EBfex^ Conn. 



Trecuurer 
Sec. A Holicitor 
Oen.F. dtp. A. 

Auditor 

Supt. & Rd. U. 
3£(ui. Tranep. . 



Columhus, U. 



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General office, Columbus, O. 

198 €oIaiiibas9 Hockflnff Valley 
Toledo Ry.— Toledo to homeroy, &>7 miletf 
branches, 67 wiles. 

. \PreHdent 'Columbus, 

...\V.fres.ttO.M 
dtcretary 
TreuMur^r. 
Gen. Sfipt. 
Gen.P. db T.A. 



and 

, with 



1 John W. Shaw. . 

2 W. M. Greene*... 
8 Wm. P. Shaw. ... 
4 W. N. Coit»». .. . 

6 G. R. Carr 

U. J. FaikenOach* 

7 W. A. M ills j Uen. Ifgi. Ayi. 

8 F.B.Kvcretta ai%\9 Audif(/r 



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Wm. M.Greene. 

10 I. G. Uuicbins... 

11 J. M. Rockalluld. 
18 T. R. Scan Ian.... 

18 J. A. Wilcox 

14 A. C. Ady'» 

16 D. U. Gard 

18 W. T. Uubbell... 

17 W. a. Pickering . 



Purch. Agent. 
Mast. Mtch... 
Mae. Car Bdr. 
O.MofBB<tB 
Gen. Holici or . 
CarAccf/utUt. 
8upl. TeUg .. 
FortinuH C. P. 
Paymaster. . 



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18 M. T. Seymour... 

19 F. B.Sheldon.... 

20 A. L. Donaldson. 



Superintend' t. 
Chi4f Eng .. 
Jiocui Master. . 



Columbus, O. 



Mocking Valley /Mri^n.—Colnmbus to Athens, 76 
miles, with brauchea, 4i miles. 

21 M. P. L. Booth ... {Superintend' t , Columbus, O. 

22 W. H. Jennings. . . | CM^ Eng. ... 

Ohio River Division.— \MgKD. to Pomeroy, 88 miles. 

28 C. D. NorriH.. .. 
21 F.B.Sheldon... 



Suptrintend't i Logan. O. 
Chi^ Eng. . . . iColumbus, O. 



General office, Columbus, O. Ret^strar of Transfers, 
Third National Bank, New York, N. Y. Financial 
and Transfer Agents, Winslow, Lanier A Co., New 
York, N. Y. 

199 Colambas and RlayaTllle R?.— Pro- 
jected Irom Wavhington to Aberdeen, 85 miles ; of 
which in operation, from Uillsboro', to Ripley, 45 
miles. 

1 Kirby Smith \Receivtr IHlllsboro*, O. 

2 Jas. <^. Mark<hall....|cy(<pfrif(toi<(/7.| 

200 Colambaa and Rome Ry.— Columbus 
to Greenville, 50 miles. 

1 John Peabody President Colnmbui*, Ga 

2 J. M. Frazer* < Sec. A I'retu. . 

8 W. L. Clark Gen.M.db P.A. 

4 N. Britiingham .... Road Master. . 

5 T. C. H. Howard* . . ; Gen. T.dtK.A . 



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8 A. J. Nix 

7 H.M. Howard 

8 J. C. Albrecht 

9 L. D. Brittingham.. 



Mast. Car Rtp. 
M*ister Trami. 
Miut,qf Much 
Supt. Bridges. 



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301 Colnmbae and Wcatern Ry. 

See ' entral f^ Georgia. 

302 Colaaa and Lake RR. (Consolidation 
of Cointia and Colusa and LAke RR.'s.) 

1 W. P. Harrington. . President Colu^a, Cal. 



2 E. SV. Jones. 
8 C. M. Ballantine. .. 
4 Colusa Co. Bank... 
6 K. A. Harrington . . 



V.-PrtsideiU.. 
Secretary. , 
Trtasurtr . 
Gtn. Svtpt . 



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203 Concord Railroad.— Concord to Nashua. 
85 miles, wiih branches, 106 miles. 



1 Frederick Smyth. 

2 Nathan Parker.... 
8 William M Chase. 

4 H. fi. Cbamberiin. 

5 Frank E. Brown*. 

6 Sam'l Barrett^ » »« 

7 J.Frk Webster* «• 

8 James T. Gordon.. 

9 Sam'l F. Patterson 

10 J. M. Jones 

11 Perry A. Eaton... 

12 W.P. Bur bank.... 

18 H. M. Wood 

14 W. H. Alexander.. 
16 P. Flanders 



President — 

Treasurer 

Clerk 

Gen. Supt 

Gen. Tt. Agt. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt. 

Ccuhier 

Mast. Mach. . 
Supt. Bridges 
Gem. Bag. Agt. 
Road Master.. 
Road Master.. 
Road Master.. 
Supply Agei*t. 
\Fortman C.R. 



Manchester, NIL 
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Concord, N. II. 



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Manchester, N.H. 
Concord, N. U. 



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204 Coney Island Elevated Ry. 

See Sea View Railway. 

205 Connectlcat and Paasamplc Rl-irer» 

RR.— Whir e River Junction to Cauadalune, HO nliit^; 
brauch, 87 miles. 



1 A. B. Harris 

2 W. K. Blodgett.... 
8 James H. Williams. 
4 li«nry C. Cleveland 
5H. K. FolHom 

6 N. P. Lovering, Jr. 

7 W, H.Wilson 

8 W. A. Densmore... 
9W. J. W.Willard.. 

lOE. K.Cleveland.... 

11 L. L. Brigham 

12 L.F.Woodward... 
18 A. L. Stone 

14 L. Davlf 

15 Krancli* Dow 

16 0. M. Badger 

17 W. G. Robert^ 

18 W.Raymond 



President .... 
Vice-President 

Treasurer 

Secrttary 

SujmiMendH. 
G.Ps.ATkt.A. 
Gen.AccountH 

Cashier 

Gen. Fgt. Agt. 
G.Bg.A FUA. 
Mast. Meeh.. . . 
Mast. CarBldr 
For. Mach.Sh. 
For.PaintShp. 
For. B'hmith 
For. Car Rps. 
Road Master.. 
General Agent 



Springfield. Mnci^. 
Boston, Ma^»■. 
Bellows Falls, Vt. 
Coventry, Vi. 
Lyndonville. Vt. 



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General office, Lyndonville, Vt. Fiscal Agency, 9*) 
Milk St., Botftun, Mass. 



206 Connecticut 

Sooth Vernon, 50 miles 



1 N. A. Leonard 

2 8ethHani» 

8 Jobn Mulligan. .. 
4 W. G. Mcliityre*'. 

5G. E. Frink* 

6H. B. Howard 

7E. C. Watson 

8 WE. Hill 

9 W. H. Steams... 

10 John R. Patch 

11 Patrick Dee 

12H. M.King 

ISC.H.Ginn 

14 R. Hitchcock 

15 (\ E.Paige 

16 M. Fitzgerald 

17 J. F. Donoghue . . . 

18 E.B.Hiin »>•»>... 



RlTer RR.— Springfield to 
branches, 80 miles. 

Springfield, Mabs. 



'President 

CterkdbTreas. 
\Sup.d Pur. A. 

■Auditor 

Cash.dhPaym. 

Gen. Fgt. Agt. 

Gen. Tkt. Agt. 

Gen. Bag. Agt. 

Master Mech... 

Road Master. . 

As. Road Mas. 

As. Road Mas. 

For.Loco.Rps. 

IFor.CarRps.. 

\ For. Car Paint 

[For. B' smith. 

\ For. Boiler Shp 

\Man. R. C. U. 



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General office, Springfield, Mass. 

207 Connectlnc Terminal RR«— In the city 
of Buffalo, 1 mile. 



1 Franklin, J. Firth., 

2 Edwin T. Evans.... 

8 A. D. Hepburn. 

4J.S.Swartz 

5 J. E. Payne , 

6T. M. Moore 

7 H. Churchman..... 

8 F. Hoffman 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

Manager 

Superintend'' t. 

Auditor 

AssH Auditor. 



Philadelphia,Pa. 

Buffalo. N. Y. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
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Buffalo. N. Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



General office, 294 South Fourth St, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 



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which gives us special advantages for information for 

the benefit of our customers. 



Correspondence Mted. Interest allowed on Deposits, subject to Cbeck at si^ 



84 WALL STREET, NEW TORK. 

f 



POOR'S DIBECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



208 Coopersfourn and 8a»q aebanna Val- 

miles. 



ley RR.— Junction (A. A 8. RR.) to Coopentown, 16 



IE. M. Harris^... 
8 C. R. Burch . . . . 
8 B. M. Cady« » «. 
4R. W. Bonndy.. 
5D. B. Siver 



PrtsiderU 

VicePresidmi 

Oen. Fgt. Agt. 
SuperinttruTt . 



Cooperat*wn,NY. 
ti it 



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(I 



S09 CornlnC) Convanesqne and Antrim 

See Fall Brook Coal Co. 

210 Cornnvall Railroad.— Lvbanon to Mt. 
Hope, 12 miles ; branciies, 7 miles. 



1 W. C. Freeman . 
aR. P.Alden .... 
8 J.P.Jackson.... 
4 D. S. Hammond 

6 8. 8. Ncff. 

6 B. C. Freeman. . 
7H.C. Shirk 



President 

Vice-PreHdetU 

Secretary 

Treatturer 

Superintend' t. 
Oen. Manager 



Cornwall, Pa. 



(( 



** 



Lebanon, Pa. 
ii ti 

Cornwall, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 



Oen.Solldtor 

General office, Lebanon, Pa. Repair Shops at West 
Lebanon, Pa. 

211 Cornnrall and Ijebanon RR.— Leb- 
anon to Conewago, 2-^ miles. 

1 Robert H. Coleman President 

% Hngh M. Maxwell.. i<Afc. dt Treaa.. 

8 Ned Irish" G.S.F.APA 



Chief Engin'r. 
Road Matter.. 



"omwall, Pa. 
Lebanon, Pa. 



»( 



4T. R. Crowell. .. 
5 JohnMcDonell.. 

General office, Lebanon, Pa. 

212 Conderaport and Port 

RR.— Port AUegany to Condersport. 



*( 



AUeeany 



1 F. W. Knox President. 

2C. 8. Cary 

3 A. B.Mann 

4M. W. Baree. 

6B.A.McClnre»^«»»o 



Vice-PreHdmt 
Secretary .... 

Treasurer 

O.Sup. db C.E. 



Oondersport, Pa. 
Clean, N. Y. 
Oondersport, Pa. 
Glean, N. Y. 
Conderaport, Pa. 



General office, Coudersport, Pa. 

213 ConncU BlaflTs and St. Lonls Rj.— 

Pattonabarg to council bluffs, 148 milea. 



1 Thos..McKissock 
9 A. B. Buchanan.. 
8 W. L. Bedi(*on . . . 
4Theo Sheldon... 
6 L D. Hunter 



Rec.A, O.Man. 
Superintend' t. 
Aud.& CasJCr 
Oen. Attorney 
Sup. Mot.Pow. 



Council BInff8,Li. 
Stanbenrjr, Mo. 
Council Bluffs, Li. 
Chicago, III. 
Stanberry, Mo. 



9 B. W. Frobel 

3 A. • 'raig Palmer. . . 

4 8. Reed Storey 

6C. V. Palmer 

SU. M.Herman. ... 



New York, N. Y. 
Maoon, Ga. 



tc 



14 
1» 



General office. Council Bluffs, la. 

214CoTln9ton and IVIacon RR.— Macon, 
Ga., north to ^ ovington, 70 miles, of which completed 
85 miles | remainder under construction. Pn>Jected 
from Covington to Athens and Macon south to Florida, 
with branch from Moniicello to Gnffin. 

1 Douglass Green.... President.... 

V.P. <fe O. M. 
Sec. <ft Treas.. 
M. T. it R. Mast 

Auditor , 

Oefi. Solicitor 

7 E. C. Machcn, geueral contractor for construction 
of road, 56 Broadway. New York City. 
General office of company, Macon, Ga. 

215 Oresson) Clearfleld Conntr and Nadt 
York Short Route RR«— Cresson to Irvona, 27 
miles. 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 



New York, N. V. 



«i 



1 James 8. Atterbury'/V««*<</<fn/ 

2 John H. Boyts | V.P. A O. M. 

8 Geo. J. Gorman... [Sec. <fe Treas.. 

General office, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

216 Crooked Creek Railroad.— Lehigh to 
Judd, 9 miles. 



1 Walter C. Wlllson 

2J. M. Fnnk. 

8G. W. Post* 



Pres.iStO.Mgr. 
Sec. <ft Treas.. 
O.Fgt.<tP.A. 



Webster City, la. 



«t 



Lehigh, la. 



General office, Lehigh, la. 



21T Crourn Point Iron Company's RR 

—Crown Point to Hammonds ville, 18 miles. 



1 John Hammond. . . . 

9H. M. Olmsted 

8 C. H. H. Hammond. 

4 A. L. Inman 

6 J. M. Mann 

6 W. L. Hefferaan. . . . 

7H.L.Reed 

8C. W. Saunders .... 
OZ. C. Sherman 



President 

Treasurer .... 
Secretary 



CrownPoint,N.Y. 
New York, N. Y. 
CrownPoint,N.Y. 



(I 






t» 



&0n.i/anaMr. 'Plattaburgh, N.Y. 
G.Sp.iSb Bd.M. Cn^mPolnt^N.Y. 
Oen. Fgt. Agt. 
Purch. Agent. 
Mast.qfMach.. 
Mas.qfCarRps 

General office, Crown Point, N. Y. 

218 Crystal RaUway.— Silica to Crystal City, 
8.6 miles. 

1 E. A. Hitchcock \President. . . 

2 J. M. Leete Vice-President 

8 C. W. Barnes Treasurer . . 

4K.T. Allen \8ecretary . . . 

6 G. F. Neale . . ... \ Superintend" t. 

General office, St. Louis, Mo. Locomotive and Car 
Repair Shops at Crysul City, Mo. 

219 Camberland Railway and Coal Co« 

—Spring Hill June, to Parrbboro, with branch, 32 miles. 

1 John McDongall. . . . President j Montreal, Que. 



St. Louis, Mo. 

• » (4 









Crystal City, Mo. 



2 Robert Cowans. 
8 J. R. Cowans. 
4R. G. Leckie.. 
6 J. G. Aikman* 
6 William Hall.. 
7H. T. Cowans. 



Vice-President 
Sec. A Treas.. 
Man. Director. 
Superintend' t. 
Mar. at Mines. 
Mech. Supt — 
Cashier 



it 



t( 



SprineHill. N. 8. 
Parrsboro, N. 8. 
Sp'?HUIMin*s,NS 
Spring HUl, N. 8. 



8R. H. Cooper 

General office, Montreal, Qne. 

220 Camberland and IVIanrlee River 

RR.— Bridgeton to Maurice River, 28 miles. Sold to 
Central RR. of New Jersey, and now part of New 
Jersey Southern Division. 

221 Camberland and Pennsylvania RR. 

—Cumberland to Piedmont, and blanches, 56 miles. 



1 Charlea F. Mayer.. 

2 C. W. Keim 

8 P.L.Burwell»»»«». 

4 H.J. Kouah 

6 Lewis M. Hamilton. 

6 Nathan Binix 

7 Union Trust Co.... 



President 

Sec. & Treas.. 
Oen. Supt. 



Baltimore, Md. 



Qen. Ft. Agt 
Knolneer.... 

Auditor 

Road Master 
Mast. Mech.. 
F. Car Rt pairs 



it 



Cumberland. Md. 
Masf.o/Trans.^Ui. Savage, Md. 
Road Master. . 1 Camberland, Md. 
Mast. Car B'rliHt. Savage, Md. 
Tranter Agt.lHevr Yortc, N. Y. 

General office, 10 German St., Baltimore, Md. Fiscal 
Agency and Transfer offlc j,71 Broadway,NewYork,N.Y. 

222 Canberlaud Valley RR.— Harrisburg 
to Martiusburg, 94 miles, with branches, 81 miles. 

1 Thos. B. Kennedy President iChambersb'g, Pa. 

2 E. M. Biddle" * • *» Treas. A ^^ft'.. 'Carlisle, Pa. 
a J. F. Boyd» »».... Su/Mrintend't.ChHmht:rt,b'e, Ps. 
4 U.^.mddle.\.... Oen. Pass. Agt. 
6 A. L. Langdon... 

6 C. Ives 

7 W.L.Ritchey^". 

8 S. M. Howard... 

9 A. S. Hull 

10 Casper Wicke. . . 

11 G. W. Penwnger..,/^. Car Paivts.\ 

12 J. B. Bagley, Jr. . | Oen. Ttav.Ayt, 

General office, Chambcreburg, Pa. 

223 Danbary and Norivalk RR. 

See l/oiisatonic Railroad. 

224 l>snTllle9 IVlockaTlUe and Sonlk- 
^vestern RR.- V^ascade Junction to Lcaksviilc, 8 
miles. . 



»• 






1 J. T Morehcad 

9 Thomas H. Sharp.. 
8 E. C. Winstanley.. 



Receiver Lcaksville, N. C. 

President New York, N. Y. 

Secrttary ; ** 

General office, Leaksville, N. C. 

225 RanvUle and Neur River RR.— Dan- 
ville to Stuart, 75 miles. 

1 J. H. Schoolfleld...|/Vwiflr<n< Danville, Va. 

2 O. K. Gripgs* » < »..|5^c , Tr.AS^tpV, 
8 W. T. Whlttake^...lJ/flw^ Mech.... 
4 D. P. Stallard* {Auditor 



t^* See note of explanation on first page, 

51 



FIRE 



INSURANCE COMPANY 

OF LIVERPOOL, ENGL^Nr). 



EC^I'A.BIjTHIIED 184.9. 



HEAD OFFICE, METROPOLITAN DISTRICT : 

No. 50 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 



JACOB D, VERMILYE. HENRY PARISH. OSGOOD WELSI 

f. F. BeODALL. manager WH. W. HEKSHiW, issislanl Mamger. 



RAILROADINSURASCE. 

SECURITY AND INDEMNITY FURNISHE] 
STOCK AND BONDHOLDERS. 



All RiUlroad Property and Risks, as Common Carrie; 

and Warehousemen, Insured against Loss hy 

FIRE on the only plan that gives 

Absolute Indemnity at a 

. Minimum Cost. 



OFS OS KOBE POLICIES ISSUED AT THIS OFFICE TO COVER TE] 
PBOFEBTT OF AHT BOAD 117 THE TTBITED STATES. 



Satterlee, Bostwick & Martip 

ta^ S8 Cedar Street, New York, 



POOR'S DiRECTOBT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



1 RDWellvlUe RB.- 



r^SBClle * 

tDBqwcllTfUt. Bl 

I Oeorn L, Klmtwll.liVuldf nr iDirdini 

JJ.K, Petlj \rrtanrtr 

» L. C. H»I1 \s-c.*Au<Utar\ ■■ 

oarland |<irn S«pt " 

1 alllce, Dinlinclle, Art. Locomoth 

Bep^rBhopa >t Dardtnclle, Ark, 

toB and IroBton BU. 



83% DclairarB and HadaoM Canal Cana- 

pany— A'crUrra KR. ]}eparlmtiU.-COKa»Knd. 

%\ O. A. Keller \Aftn.CarAa^MMw^j,S.'i. 

ISM. Doreej \N.M8.A C^D.\ 



4 D. L.B 



taT. I 






I. lAomls ....invtiiieiii 



;w York, N.T. 



CTUrk* S-qflfonrtiiilJ.A 



iqtr CtneLnnMl 
(F-r. Daj'ton. 



n Car S/pi 



I Scruilon. ' 



Broulwmr, New York. N.ir. 
S3S DartoD and Tvlado BB.— ItaTton 

DelphoK, Kmllet. 



3 J. E. Olmpgrllnv, 

4 S. F. Rnek ... 

5 W. B, Wlllinna.. 



'J-yj^? 



'Mtf £ia 
'ta. Fnl. Agi: 
■tn. m. Agi. II 
/, <* A.Jbr P. 
AaM'or I 



.New York, N.Y. 
4r,Ini11»nipi>lla. Ind, 



H. C],i[gBt, 

Oenemi nam, Dnjtnn, O. EictntlTe kod TrsTiffti 
nOlta. M Browtwmr. New York, N. Y. Locamotive 
■nd Car Repair Shopi at Dayton, O, 

SSe DartOD and Colon KB. 

■In Bu Lint. 

a 30 Derr field BiTer Br- 

f<cf Hootae Tunnti aiul HVmlnfflen BR. 

331 Dalairarw Bar and Cape Clay BB.— 
Cape M>T CliT lo C^ie May Landing. S inilv». 
I Wm. WharloiijJr..{/V««id<n'.... i Philadelphia, Pa. 



S.H. Clttl>.\ 

,fi,jf.j,* aD.] •■ 

MS. B. Tiiomiiaoa...l£.jr. Siu.Die.] 
37 DMtim Mailer Mfrkanici.-J. L. O 
■land.N. Y.; T.Bowarrt.Oneonti. N Y.; 
tlem. N. Y.; F. Uallban, Albany, N. Y. 
R. Skinner 
N. Y, 

P-nH-y/rnnfo Dirlrion.- 
milsB ; Cranchee, BS mllea. 

MR.Miniille i.^uwHnrrnd'f.lC'arbonilala. Fa, 

»C. B, M^iiivllle. .,l,l./rs™(,.. 
SI E, \.if!^eeiei....\l..PJ:ri.Ait.\ 

sac, K B«lle\v |.tfrn/fr»eji.. 

SS Pierce Bullvr Uirar. Rd. Do.\ 

MWItUum Malr |r.Vn. .Turvman Honeedale, Fa. 

S5 W, MCM,,II«. . . ) \l",l^*_^i-_ \ Icarbondal^Pa. 
MR. W. Kcllow. ...\Jtnail J/ii.rer,,Sc™nion, Pa. 
S7 0cnrfr« Burr«ll....lJfo<',''^£/Ww C'arbondale.Pa. 
888. A. McMollen....|ff«./H..*7'.B 

SS T. Orchard \jta-l. Car Bar. 

*)J. H, Orchard.... lCAi<''t''if/''»p I 

General office. Coal and Iron Fichan|ia. correr 
Corrtanilt and New Chnrch Sih,. Kew York. N. Y. 
[.ncomailTe and Car Briialr Shops at Green leland. 
Whitehall, RnllaDd. OnrOEla. (Quaker St.. Mhrnny. 
Salem, riatiabiirch, SchcQEctady, and BlDgbainlon, 
N, Y.; CarboDdale, Pa, 

SSa'iNlamre, IiaekawaDnaand WeaC- 
Hew YoA, N. Y. 



I R, H, 01yptaanl.,.|/Vi"^rnf 
i I.eGr»<dBCaDDOn 11r>-/V>i „.. 

3 H. OVounE , A ft«».*B,.lf, 

4 J. C. Hatll" • • '• , 7". * «, S. A 

5 Charlei A, W«lker!.4«V Ttfa*. 
H F, Mur'yOlyphant StK'iirr,,.. 

7R. A. Henry lAudUor. . 

B A, B. Vmdnng...'Stipt.Co"ll'i 
9 Tho«. F,Torroy..i«,A„5,*H'.. 

10 B. W. Weslon .[a. A. R. H. . 



Norlhem BR. O'parlr 

IM*,. *» mllea; C^ ' 

Dlv„IIUmllea. 
la n, D, flamtnood. 
14 H, .H, Marry .... 
ISJ.W.Bardick'.. 



x FiKal Agenl. 



Provldenee, Fa, 



■k, N, Y, 
AlbLny i, SUMluebinna 
it., ISO mllCB ; Saralnja 



^ujvHnrend'M Albany. N. Y. 
TriHf Ua»._\ 
aPATA.lMl\ 
Gtn.Fgt.AV.^ " " 



IDC, S. Peare . 



^Pur.A 

VhirfK«gi«aT\ 
Qtn Rnu Agt.\ 
Supt. a/ Xach.l 



■.:i«; J 



'. H. Qlbbena. 



] TreaiBrtr '■ 



1 Waller IlawB 
> R, HcKenn 



F, HalBiead.... fim. JfoHnptr.Bcninlon, Fa. 
*, Heieman,... lYiOb- Man.. New York, N. Y. 
F, Hal«lll,...l(7nifti«,Aff(, " 

lltam a, Sloan.. |Ofn. /^f, Ap(,l 

.1, IfoMlrr ifarA ScranWn, Pa. 

Ma>t.rarBilT.\ 
' CM'fEnginrer' - " 

14 a. B, ZIppel OiH Bnp.Apf.'Hobakeo. N. J. 

15 W. n. Hager \Ofn.PvreA.Anf<tv York, N, Y. 

18 A. Foil Cm,H',JY,do(Bniralo,N. T. 

ITIraH.Beera ■Om.W.Piu.ji.l 

IBW. D, nager ■ium«,* MM, New York.N. T. 

19 J. W, Rata Mail'r Car P. Doyer.Ti. J. 

»S, Orifflib Supt.Br.ttBa..aoboUa,tl.J. 

BInnni»burg Sfrjrion,— Scranton toKotthnmberland. 
BO mllea, 
31 C.Orahai 



..\SvprTiH/fnd'l.'^\\clh'S. J. 



■I Enei IHvMon — Xew York to Eaiton, 

ICh branchea, II B mllea. 



., , N. J. 

Marter Car «, Dover, N, J. 
Bngliwrr. ... iHoboken. N J. 
RoadU/wltr. . iWaablngton.H.J, 



.Babcock. 
Onetgo and aj/raeate IMrMon.— Oawego %•> Byi 



35 milei. 

,„-^ ,,jwe([o,N. Y, 

WMfri-JfarA.. Syracnie.N.Y. 

Thomaa Hnrphy,.l£i>ad J(iH«r,,10svrego, N. T, 



^^ Set note of explaitation o 
63 



1 first page. 



Colorado Coal and Iron Company^ 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Steel Rails, Railway Fastenings, Steel Bloonns, 

Pig Iron, Cast Iron Water and Gas Pipe, 

Billets and Plates, Spikes, Merchant 

Bar Iron, Nails, Mine Rails. 



raiNBHS OF 



CANON COAL. 



JAAKBRS OF 



EL MORO AND CRESTE D BUTTE COKES. 

Furnaces and Mills at South Pueblo, Colorado. 

A. H. DANFORTH, ' W. G. BROWN, 

Vicf-PifMdrnt and General Afanagtr, ('iemral Agent, 

SOUTH PUEBLO, COLORADO. DENVER. COLORADO. 



GEO. A. BOYNTON, 

STEEL RAILS, 

I^AlLWAy-EQJlpI^E|vIT. 



Securities mid Construction Contracts 

Negotiated. 




A7 Broadway, New York. 



POOB'8 DIBECTOBT OF HAlLWAT OFFICIALS. 



tSk Ml*w*t«, Lackawanna 

em an,— Continual. 
Syraaun, BfnghamloH 



.V-m rork iiirWoB 



» ifl«i, aupf ...ISjrscnie.N. Y. 

HJ. Buchanan IXailtr lieeA 

33J«qe» N?«flB.. ..|«oorf Jf.u/w Boorlon, N. .1. 
HT. B. T«iiDeJI....|j{(nii JftuMr-IS/nenio, N. Y. 

Qi)Fuga IHvUai. 
KW.fL nnraplinr.. I SupariattTuTl I tduu. N. Y. 

Wr. A. Be\\KH....\A'f't3«pt .. iBnffilo, N. Y. 

»BC, C.Riwe &.|7J/iwr. ....I 

40 T. B. Orimih ) *(M/«- Jf«il , . I 

*IJ«ine» Wjno .... Xoivi Jffljfer...Klm1rB, N. Y. 
4iP. W.McKeon .. ffootf *n.(fr. . Lelrwier, N V. 
«P. C.Dunn Baail J^iuMw., Buffilo.N. Y. 

Genenl once, £8 Eic)ias||< I'lace, N«w York, N. T. 

331 Dclanare, narTland and Tlrglala 

Si Pamtyttania B^lern. 

%ib Delanrare Klver KR,— WDodbury to 
Penngnve. 9D mllei. 
1 Wn>. 8. Conner' • "■ Prf. <f Tr'ai. Woodhnry. X. J. 






I'nnlih. 



S3e DanTer 

Suburbs, 4 mllsa; I 
IChiilcfUcIaiosh. 



S WlllFini WiKiier 
■ K. O, WolEntl.. 
JltF. Weitbroc.. 
tiA. S, Ilnghn ... 



rondbnrj. N. J. Lu 
Tsmd.n, N. J. 
circlB RallroBi 



epnH. 4Tfi mite*. 



Vla-Pmiden 
dm. Sufit... 



Nbw York, N. Y. 



Tmmc JfoH. .' ■• •■ 
Amlilor. 

Ain'lfica,Snpl " " 
OenP.ar.Agt " 

Man.orSrp. 

aupl.Ji.P.aU. Bornbim. Col 
PrlncipalK'ig. Denver, Col. 
a«Bl. IS & H 
-A. Am 



lUr. M. Hobbf _ „, _.. 

nW. JI.H«»HnEi....'t. T. * C. .H.Doi 
•°" ■ "--^'--1. Slip/. q^TVitff, 



ir, Col, 



Ivc. F. Zlmnwr 

»H, A. Walker 
tIJ.B. McComiic'i 
HB. J.Se-tej 






IT. B. Cobb . .. 
^ W. BMkei. . . 
". T. Haren. . 



New York, N. Y. 



Borat ....lAip/. itf i>i>-..iPiMblo,Col. 
Svpl-id Aln.'Alamoi-a. Cal. 
' '- VSuirf.H Zi.LeulvllLs, Col 
I. iih Bit - "' - ■ 



S1Q. Luni 

»« R. H. Ridjtwmy ... Sval. , ... 

M Jan.eK;.«cC.ddnn J "i^^J^ \ |s.lt Lake Cilj, D, 



ham. Col.. 

Ballda, Col.; O. U. Sboui;, AI> 
ptllgb, LeldTllle. Col, 



Kelker. Parblo. Uoi.': A. W. Jonei 
" "■ >ea, Col.; Q, Lan 



D«n*«r and Hlo GraAd« RR.-nM- 



937 

Sa RoaiiUi 



Oeboni, lit DH., Piifhln, Col,: 
jonn wiper, jinoHwa, Col. ; M. Mnrpliy. Chama, 
N. M. : Oenme W. Lewia. Duranco. Col ; J. SwecneT. 
Leadvllle. Col.; T. Lee, Sallda. Col.; C. BIckey, Qun- 
nleon. Col \ D Hurley. 4Ili DIv., OunnlBon, Col.; J. O. 
Boyle, Clmainm, Col. 

Vt AHMant Road llaMtn.—C. Selby. Denver. Col.; 
D. Sveeney. Canon City. Col.; J, FItagerald. Cocbais, 
Col.; W. B. BcDIt, La Veta, Col. 

mDtrMon MarlTt BHdga and HiiUitlngi -V. 
T»Jlor, IMeblo. Col,; J. W. Miller. CaooD Cily. Col.; 
J. L. Thompaon. Alamof*, Col.; D. L. llopkiot-, Lud- 
lille. Col.; P. N. Carroll, OuDiiiKiD, Col. 

S9 IMritinv, TVulnJfcwffri.— TbomaiSanndent, Pi«- 
blo. Col.: C. Lidon, Alamota, Col.; U. Latuplugh. 
LeadTtilr, Cot.; T. J. tiainn. GDnnlrnn, Col. 

General office, Denver. Col. New York ofllce. K 
William tit. 



bruiebeis i 
I wmiam J. Pai 
a p. C.Dodpe 



Colorado 8ial< 

(dE»f ...i>Iew Yah. N.Y. 
«D»off«- Denver, Col. 
■Pmidenl\'i*M Lake 
* Tno*.-- "*--' 
F. A T.A. 



4 Cuarlaa W, Drake '*r 

5 J. U. Bennt.'tt.... Cen 

a J. W, Olllnly ■ *.., iCm/iMT 

TTheionGoddei. ,,\AvdUot 

8 W. H t*niiTon....\Gai.Bvpt..... 
e Tbomaa Qattl.... Paymaurr ... 

10 J. A- Orabam \Car AaMmi't. 

11 Qvorge Oorw ChUf Bns---- 

18 B. O. Bamenl ,O.JHS.qfTd. 

13 8. C. Smllli. ijfiul, JfwA.... 

II W.P,McElro]r....|PtirYit,>0«i<. 

- - Ag^ 

.. Itamlll \Road MaiUr.. 

IB T.J. Snddlemn.,, /VoiaJfoit.. 
m A. B. l*'nnate...\ilaitofB.iB. 

" -TBff.S. 

mil. a. 



18 T. Byrne \jll>ail M 



N™ York, (f.'Yl 
KaltLakei;lly,lI. 

JlLakeniy.Ut. 



. .fbrtnuBi S, i 



rt Job 



Ball LakeCliy.t'I. 



Ball Lake City.L'I. 



Qtneral oflleo. Salt Lake City, I'lah. New York of- 
fice. Mutual Lire Ininraiice Bunding. 31 Naraau St 

Owned by D 

K. F. Datlack 

AFijriaRall 

Btetaoo L 



mpbla and Allanllr 

biillt,and ibeCDiuplalea iH<r- 



Trea«o 



ctlon Co,, having ihe fnllowln([ ol _. _. 

Pnxldenl. Wirbira, Kan.; Bicliard Cnwa, 
.)r. New York. N. V. : H. 9. King, Beer 

I>D, IB. 



IPreiidml IWicWIa, I 

aCharleaC. Black.. T.-iVw. rf*c ■' 

i Thnmaa Douaboe . . TVvonrvr. . . . JBellePlali 

4 D.J. Thayer. C£ <t CM.JCIWIcbiU. t 

B J. D. Onnn iTValHJf. C^.Z). Cbalopa. j 

-" ." .- "■ ■ ijf.c.a.OronwaySi 



Wkblia. kail 



1. Meeker .. ..'AadUor... 
iial ofllce. Wtiblia, Ban. 
Denver, Sontli Parle and Pacific 



" See note of explanation on first page. 
55 



GF/\ WESTINGHOUSE, Jr., 

President. 

A. T. ROWAND, 

Secretary. 



ROBERT PITCAIRN, 

treasurer. 

W. T. TAGGART, 

Superintendent. 



C. H. JACKSON, 

Vice-PreMdent. 

ELMER L. WHITE, 

Aist. Secretary. 



THE STANDARD 

Car HeatingA Ventilating 



COMPANY 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



I 



STEAM HEATING i^ VENTILATING 

APPARATUS 



FOR 



RAILWAY CARS. 



Now in use on several of the most important Railway Lines of the 
Country. Full information and catalogue upon application. 



OFFICE AND WORKS, 



DUQUESNE WAY AND GARRISON ALLEY, 





POOB-8 DIBECTOBY OF BAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



34S D«BTar, Texaa Bnd Onir RB.-Om- 

tiHuea. 
1 Job A. Cooper.... M P;-JVw,.,.|I>miver, Col. i 



^ H. A. B^ley..... 



243 Denver 

DcavectoLToni. ' 
1 (itftgt M. MUlei 



.. Treatunr 

|- Sx. it And..., 

Xo-L Slech'.'.'. 
RnvlM.*S.B. 



md Pmclfle RB.- 



a W. A. Slncl.... 






Col. TunettT 



York. N. Y. 

444 D«a : 

t)«a Molnea to _ .._ 

rioa M mlJ» (Thin line Daa recsntli Deeii watea u 

tlia CliicBjta, Rock lalind and PaclOc Ry. Co.) 

1 Ch»..H.Whitehe«iiliV<>». A TWlw.'New Yoik. N. T. 

S A. R. Flnwfr . ... r.-ftMiii«(. ' 



Q. L. Hnr 



.m'( 7>»oi>...'DeBMoli 



-^.\l.<iUr^....\T.av.Fd:P.A' " 

7 W. C. lUlthew*' •|,4«i(K»r i •■ 

SJameaCuM \Clitl Bugi'efr^ 

9 E. A Avery \jlfaii. Car Bar Gr>n<l •Inn 

10 J. McOrajel.. .. ,Jf<al. JfaeA. ., 

11 H. Hclnljn \R'adM'itHr.,\ 

li .1. W. Olbte» /i«^t. Tel":.. ,3esM.<tBo 

IS Robert Meni1l....!SUpf, o/ itiOi.iOnndJuii 



W«ll St.. New Yor 



I, Is. Tni 



5 Aaron Stivtn. . 
8 Jamea Donohus. 



D J. HODttOD... 

1 W.A.Peralni... 
■iL. D Berrj^ 



: BerHntr Ee> MoioSK. la. 

..\O.Atfy.forllfr C-^amt tUpidn. la. 

..\Prn-id,Ht Deo M'.iiK^ U. 

. V.Pni.itn a O.ceoU, IL 

! mat. asK ' - 

..Sapl.AO r.A.DcMolB'*,!^ 



..MaH.Maehanir 
..Supt. ^ Bdgt. 



24eDelrall, BarCltfaod AlpenBRR.- 

Algsr la Alpena, 105 tdUea ; braoctiea, 58 HO mllei. 

1 E.A, Ali[er'«"«..!/-rM.*ff.H.J(.:Dftrolt,»!i(!h. 

2 M. 8, Smllh W -f,a.,k Tt.\ 

3 T. H. Ntwberrj* l*i>r.MrB. ...! '■ 
\ J. C. HcOapl' ■ ' •■■ ^mt.»<: F.A.\ '• 

» Hllo Baatman. ...\<lea. Svat. .. ,E. Tama. MIcb. 
ST.P.Hanflr. . ...\P,iir. itatnl...) 

7C.H.EMIS xCMff K-g... nalroU. Mich 

S H. T. Tbomaa..,, M<ai .Iftc*.. . Tawan Cily.liIH-h. 

U JamM Bolen Road Jiraiter..|K. Tawiu, Mlcb. 

10 W. P. Oorman..., 3upt.^ ConH., " ■' 

Oaaeial olBcs, Dctiolt. HIch. 
34T Detroit, Grand Hbtsu and III1I< 



248 Delrnll, Lanalag and llurtkarn 

RR.—iirmjici Trunk Jnncilon to Lanalbg. 81 mile* ; 
lorlb Lan>lug \a Howard Cttf, 7b milet, with 



4 J. B. Malllken .. 
STbomnM. Fwh. 
fl W. A, Carpnit4T.. 



a.T 



7>™.<.!.'JDBlrolt.Mlch. 

)««"'" Ionia. Mich. 
^n^.Jfv.Deuoll, Mich. : 

I.J0..1 ' '■ 



..j.«rfl F 
CAItf Skq'.'. 



A..\ 



^ _„,....,...jia.»loh. 

Pureh. AgmO l&alrolt Mkb. 
fl.M/'. *£.S.|loiila,lllck. 
fffn Bao.Aa'.' " 
Lvtabir ^wliDttroK. Mich. 
C"i fland MatdoaW. Ulch. 



IBfleniieA O'Keefo /■"Jvtnan fl' fl '■ " 
a) A. P Sweel -.11,11' l-atP..tM ■• 

la Saalnnie VaUfn and Bt. LovU AA.— Ithaca to 
Eaat SagiLaw. 46 mi lee. 

IJ. B. MiiHlken .. Iftw. rf O. W-IDetroLt, Mich. 
» J . K. Hoirard' * "*.««.* TVfn* . t 
8N. W. Morrllin.... at.pfHn'nid'i.'SiBlBaw, Mich. 

Oereral office. Detroit. Mlcb. Tranafer office, SS 
Sean Building, BoatoD, Maaa. 

349 DrtroK, nacklniie and narqnette 
RR,— Marquelt* lo Potnl Ht. Ignsca, 15! milre. 

Hdtnl Detrolt.Ukta. 

Qai.Supt iMarqiiatW, Mich. 



a. P. d T. A.. 



: HuRh HcMlllai 

! K.' W. Allen' * 
.B.W .Allan"" 
. John B. Wilaoi 

Chaile-H.Wa . . _ 
. S. B. Floeter, iTVuin.lfo 

General ofBca. Detroit and Ki 
er Agency, Metropolitan Natli 



SSI Dalaiba 



PmUlmf [Dnluih. Minn. 

P.-P.iE TVnu. ai. Panl. Minn. 
Srerr'ary Dnlulh, Minn. 

\a-l avpt... iTwo Harlwn.. K 



aa Dunkirk, AllrKbeny Valler and 



PI>t>bnrKli RR. 



itral and Hadion R 



Itnbertart.ie, SO mllea 
Gap, 8 milea. 
WlllUni A.,Ingb*in{Prwld«nt.. 



..ISew York. N. Y. 



ickhlLl to Shade 
D! adelphla. Pa. 



C^*" Sfe note of explanation on first page. 



CALVIN WELLS, President and Treasurer. JAS. K. VERNER, Secreury. 

PITTSBURGH 

Forge & Iron Company, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



DRAW BARS, LINKS & PINS, 

Follower Plates, Railroad Forgings, Arch Bars, 
Splice Bars, Track Bolts, Merchant Iron. 

BRIDGE RODS, WITH PLAIN OB UPSET ENDS, AIA. SIZES. 

OFFICE : 

TENTH ST., NEAR PENN AVE., PITTSBURGH, PA. 

CLEVELAND 

CLEVELAND, OHIO, 

HANUFACTURBIIS OF 

Bessemer and Siemens-Martiii Steel Blooms 

M Bi 

BESSEMER STEEL RAILS, IRON RAILS AND FASTENINGS, 

Wir«, Steel Tire and Forgings, Iron and Steel Angles, Bar and Spring Steel, Steels for Tools and Agricul- 
tural Work, Iron and Steel Boiler Plate, Galvanized and Black Sheet Iron. 




WESTERN AGENCY : 
91 Lake Street, Chicago N. D. PRATT, Agent 

NEW ENGLAND AGENCY : 
239 Franklin Street, Boston JOHN WALES A CO., Agents. 

NEW YORK AGENCY : 
23 Astor House C. DIOKSRSON, Agent 

CINCINNATI AGENCY : 
181 Walnut Street CHARLES B. MELISH, Agent 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



M4-3M. 



%S4 Bast Broad Top WlWt,—Oonanved. 

4 A. W. Sim»» « \0. M.d Supt. Orbiaonia, Pa. 

5 A . W. Greenwood . . I Moittr Mtch.. 

6 J. G. Mtirpby \Iioad MasUr. . 

7 B. F. Ripple' « \Accounfant. . . 

General office, 8S0 Walnut St , Philadelphia, Pa. 

2S5 East St. fjoala and €arondeIet Rj.— 

East St. Louis to Falllni; Springs, 9 mUes ; £a«t Caron- 
delet Branch, 2 mile?. 



1 Thomaa D. Messier. Prtildenf , 
i John B. Bowman . . 
8 John E DaTidaon . . 

4 Joseph Hill 

5 C. A. Sanborn 

« G. K.Thomas 

7 Dennis Ra^th 



Becretaty 

Trtas. <f. And. 

Gen. 8vpt 

Af9H Supt 

CanhUr 

Road Master. . 



Pittsbnrgh, Pa. 
B. St. Louis. 111. 
Pittabargh, Pa. 
St Louis, Jfo. 
E. St. Louis, 111. 






t« 



General office, East St. Louis, 111. Transfer office, 
Piit.-burgb, Pa. 

256 East St. I<oal«ConnectinarR7.— Along 

levee in East St. Louis, 3 miles. (See Wigglna' Ferry 
Co.) 

1 JohnScuIlin 

2 F. L. Ridgely . . . 

3 S. A. Chouteau... 

4 H. L Clark'* 

5 H. W. Gays . . . 

6 R. N. Bothmer".. 



St. Louis, Ho. 



«t 



.t 



it 



Pr^sid^rU... 
Vice PfeHdent 
Secretary.... 
Treasurer. . . 
Manager — 

Freidht Atjtnt. E. St. Louis, 111. 
Purch. Agent.\ 
RoadM'ister... •* *• 



7 Edward Wright.. 

8 J Sheehan 

9 W. C. Wilson Masf. Mech....\ 

General office, Ea^t St. Louis. 111. 

267 Eaiit TenneMsee, TlrelDla and 
Georgia Ry.— Ea^t Tennessee DIt., 869 miles; 
Alabama Div., 877 milesi ; Georgia DIt., 358 miles. 



1 Samuel Thomas. . 

2 Calvin S. Brice... 

3 Henry Fink 

4 J.Q.Mitchell* « • » 

5 L. M. Schwan 

6 H. L. Terrell 

7 C.H. Hudson.... 

8 B. W. Wrenn 

9 T. S. Davant 

10 Ray Kniffht 

11 J.J. Griffin... . 

12 L.J. ElIiH 

13 J. Gotiiard 

14 William Hawn«.. 
1ft D. W. Lum 

F. J. noyle»»»» 
J. E. Wilcox 

18 W. H Thomas... 

19 L. A. Bell 

20 P. K. Hujzer 

21 John M. Bridges. 

22 B.U.Barnes 

28 J. H. Gallagher. . 
21 J. J. Kress 

25 J. B.Michael 

26 C. F. Thomas.... 

27 C. L. Petrikin. . 

28 J. Armhrujffer.. . 

29 J. J. Bossinger.. 

30 A. H. Corinth.... 

81 J.A.Smith 

32 J. E. Piatt 

83 Q. W. Paine 

84 A. P. Blue 



16 
17 



. '.President 

. Vice-President 
. Vice-President 
^\tYeasiJfer... 

\Secrttary 

.'Gen. Counsel.. 
.'Gen. Manager 
.\G.P.A T. A. 
. I Gen. Fgt. Agt. 
.A.G.F.&P.A 

AssH G.F.A. 

Ass't G. P. A. 

\AssU G. F. A. 

.] Auditor 

. 1^. Chief Sng. 
. 1 Car AceoijtnVt. 

\ Purch. Agent. 
. Su. Mot. Power 

. , A. \jr. O. jA ... 

. \S. E. Ten. Div 
.\Sypf:Ala.Div. 
.\8upt. Ga.Div. 
.^M.TY.Ga. Div. 
. ijf. T. Ga.Div. 
.\M.M.S.T.Div. 
.M.M, Ga.Div. 
.\M. M.Ala. Div. 
.\M.C.B.K.T.D. 
.M.C.B.Ala.D. 
. M. C. B.Ga.D. 
.\For'. Painter.. 
.^RMVTKORR 
. R.M..,Alii.Div. 
.\R.M.,Ga.Div. 



New York, N. Y. 

Knozville. Tenn. 

New York, N. Y. 
tt It 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

i t4 tt 

iSelma, Ala. 

■Atlanta, Ga. 

I t( t. 

I Knozville, Tenn. 



tt 

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It 
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tt 
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Selma, Ala. 
Atlanta, Qa. 
Macon, Ga. 
Atlanta. Ga. 
Knozville, Tenn. 
Atlanta, Oa. 
Selma, Ala. 
I Knozville, Tenn. 
iSelma, Ala. 
'AtlanU. Oa 
Knozville, Tenn. 



Selraa, Ala. 
Atlanta, Ga. 



(a) Memphis and Charleston .RA— Memphis 
Stevenson. 272 miles, with branches, 20 miles. 



to 



1 C. M. McGhee 

2 Calvin 8. Brice 

8 H. C.Wilton" *•»«, 

4 L. M. Schwan 

5 R. B. Pejf ram, Jr*. , 
« T. D. Flippen 

7 H. M. Burford 

8 J. 8. Davant 

9 C. A. Desaussare... 



President j Knozville, Tenn. 

Vice-President^^ew York, N. Y. 

Treasurer I Memphis, Tenn. 

{.Secretary iNew York, N. Y. 

\Sunerintend't .'Memphis. Tenn. 

[Auditor .... 

\Mast. Mech... 

\Ass't G. F. A. •* '* 

\AssH G.P.A. 



It 
tt 



ti 



36T East Tenneasee, Vinrlnla and Geor- 
iria H J, —Memphis and Charieston BS.— Con- 
tinued. 



10 W. D. Minton.... 

11 W. R. Beauprie.. 

12 C. F.Blue 



For. Car Rep Memphis, Tenn. 
Train Master. 



Road Master. 

General office (M. AC. RR.). Memphis, Tenn. Trans- 
fer office, 10 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

General office (E. T., Va. & Ga. Ry.), Knozville, 
Tenn. Transfer office, 10 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

258 East Tenn«aaeoand HTcatom Nortli 
Carolina RR.— Johnson City to Cranberry, 84 
miles. V 



1 Ario Pardee, Jr.... 
2 John S. WlM..... 

8C. H. Nimjion 

4 Wallace Hahn. .. 



President 

See. <ft Treas. 
Svperinf^nd^t. 
Auditor 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
ki tt 

Cranberry, N. C. 



tt 



General office. Cranberry, Mitchell Co., N. C. 



2a9 Baat and 

bama*— Cartervillc 
branch to Tecumseb 

1 E F.Browning 

2 A. G. West 

8 J. H.Browning... 

4 J. R. Bnrher 

6T. J.Nicholl»»»«. 

6C. B. Bn'wnell 

7 J. J. Calhoun .. 

8C. F. West 

9W.J. Vaiidlvir... 

10 J. E. Good 



VTeut Railroad of Ala- 

to Broken Arrow, 110 miles ; with 
. 2 miles. 



President . . . 
Vice-President 



New York, N. Y. 
Cedartown, Ga. 



tt 



Sec. <f T/vrt*.; New York, N. Y. 

AssHSec <t Tr.; Cedartown, Ga. 

GM&GF&PA 

Au.d'A.G.PA 

AGFA&Pu.A 

Mast^ir Mech.. 

Supt. Teleg... 

Train Master. 



it 



General office. Cross Plains, Ala. 
408 Broome St 



New York office. 



260 Eai»tern Kentucky RR.— Riverton to 
Wiilard, 34 miles. 

1 Nathaniel Thayer .'President . . • . jBoston, Ma«i«. 

2 H. W. Bates ' r.-iVe*.<fff.ir Greenup, Ky. 

8 R.Sullivan ... Sec. ifr TVeo*. Boston, Ma- »«. 
4C. D. Van Bibber.. 1 6'a*A<<T, ^wd.l Greenup, Ky. 
6 H. W Bates Purch. Agent. i 

6 A. W. Crawford .... [Master Mech. . jHunnewell, Ky. 

7 Richard Snllivan ..\TraMfer Agt. Boston, Mass. 

8 Robert Leedy \Road Master. Grayson, Ky. 

General office. Greenup, Ky. Transfer office, 79 SUte 

St., Boston, Maes. 

261 Eastern and Weatern Air Lino R|. 

See Columbus and Western BS. 

262 ICdffewood (Coal) Railroad.— Ed^e- 

wood Intersection to Hampden Coal Fields, 1 mile. 

1 W.H. Schoenberger President iCincinnati, O. 

2 Edward P I>oy Secretary Pittsburgh, Pa. 

3 ThomaH C. Dickoon. Treasurer. ...\ ** 

General office, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

263 EM RlTor and Enreka RR«— Eureka 
to Bnmeirs, 26 miles. 



1 John Vance 

2 WiUiam Carson 
SW. 8. Riddell. 
4 Stephen Hill 



President ... 
Vice-President 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



Enre1u^ Cat. 



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5 James Rogers \8uperiniend*t. 

General office. Eureka, Cal. 

264 Elberton Air fjlne RR. 

See Bichmond and Danville BB. 

265 Elsln* Petlt<$odlae and Havelock 

Ry«— Elgin toHavelock, 27 miles. 

1 A.E. Killam \Lessee A G.M. Petitcodiac, N. B. 

2H. Humphrys [President " 

8 E. P. Eastman . . I V.-Pres. A See. " 

4 Joseph Steeves .... TYecuurer lElgin, N. B. 

6 J. A. Killam I Gen. Supt .... Petitcodiac, N. B. 

8 A. R. Wetmore . . . . i Chi^Engineer] 



it 



tf 



iSee note of explanation on first page. 

59 



GARRY IRON ROOFING COMPAM. 




Largest manuracturers o( Iron Roofing 
in the world. 



Iron Roofing, 

Crimped and Comgated Siding 

IRON TIT.E OR SHINOLE, 
FIRE-PROOP 

DOORS, SHUHERS, IROK FRAMES 

ROOFS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 
tsr Send (or CircuW and Price-Liu No. •!. 



IRON ORE PAINT AND CEMENT. 

152-168 Merwin St., Cleveland, O. 



BEST IRON PAINT. 

CLEVELAND IRON ORE PAINT CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Pure Iron Ore Paint. 




Ucii (Kossitt), I'lirjile and Brawii. 
\Vg guiiruiitee all our jHuutH, and 
reapcfttfiilly solicit tlio patronage of 
coiismiicrs and dealers. Our {mints 
lire used largely liy tho railroada and 
cur builders of our country. 

Sknd ins Price List No. S. 



Office, 154 MERWIN ST., CLEVELAND, O. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



365-976. 



265 Blcin. Petitcodlac and Havelock 

Wtjm—Cmiinued. 

7 W. W. Price \Avditor Tetltcodiac, N. B- 

8 John Mann \Road MasUr...\ 

General office, Petitcodlac, N. B. 

266 Bllzabetlitoiirii, fjexloctoii and Blc 
Sandy RR. 

S€€ Chesapeake and Ohio BB. 

367 Elmlray Cortland and 

RR.— Elmira to Canastota, 120 miles. 



Nortbern 



1 Aa9tin Corbin PreHderU 

2 J.Rogers Maxwell. Vice-PreHdeni. 
8 Wm. G. Wheeler.. Sec. & Trea». . . 
4 A.A.McLeod i"»»o, Gen. Manager. . 
5M.A. Smith Autiitttr..' 



8 G. F. Randolph* 

7 0. K. George 

8 Thomas Keamley. 
9K. Mahle^>•v^..• 
10 F. S. Sttf vena 



New York, N. Y. 



Elmira, N. Y. 



U.Ft.dbP.Aq. 
Car Account' t.. 
M. M. <f TV. M. 
Parch. Agent.. 
Eng. M. of Way 



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CortUnd, N. Y. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 
CorUand, N. Y. 



General 6ffice, Elmira, N. 
Broadway, New York, N. Y. 



Y. Transfer office, 116 



268 Bmmlttsburs Railroad.— Bmmittsbarg 
to Rocky Ridge, 7 miles. 



1 Jarae4 A. Elder 

2C. T. Zacbarias.. .. 
8G. T. Grouse 

4 J. C. Koscuates 

5 Jacob M. Eyler 

269 Erie and 

Saruia, 70 mile*. 

1 E. O. Bickford 

2 J. J. RotB 

3 J. J. Ro«8»« 

4 W. N. Warburton.. 

6 E. C. Davies 

6 A. G. Lalrd« 

7 O. R. JoQghins 

8 George 8mith 



Preg.dt Q.Mgr.. 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

G. T. & Ft.Ag. 
Road Master . . 



Emmi'tsburg, Md 



«i 



Huron Rj.— Rond BiO to 



President 

Cfen. Manager. 
O.S.AP.Ag.. 
G. F. <fc Ps. Ag. 

Avdifor 

Accountant 

Mast, of Mach.. 
Boad Master... 



iToronto, Ont. 
Samid, Out. 

Chatliam, Ont. 
Toronto, Ont. 
Sarnia. Ont. 
Chatham, Ont. 

«t 4t 



General office, Samia, Ont 



270 Erie and Wyoming: Valley RR.— 

East Hawley to L. B. Junction, 44 miles ; branches, 4.S 
miles— total. 48. & miles. 



1 John B. Smith . . . . 
2GeoiveB. Smith. .. 

8 W. E. Street 

4 A. D. Blackinton.. 

6 A. J. Crane 

8G. W. Simpson 



President 

Sec.^ Ir.diSup. 
Oen.Tk.iS-P.Ag 
Chie/Engineer. 

MiLsr.Mech 

Mast.CarB'r.. 



Dnnmore, Pa. 



•t 



New York, N. Y. 
Dnnmore, Pa. 



4« 
41 



General office, Danmore, Pa. 

Palisade RR.— Palisade 



271 Enreka and 

to Eureka, tfO miles. 

1 Edgar Mills 

2D. O. Mills 

8E. F. Oatman**.. 

4B. Qilman^ 

6J. L. Fast* 

6. J. M. Crawford. 

7 A. 8. Longley 

8SethLadd. 



President | San Francisco, C. 

Treasurer Sacramento, Cal. 

Sec. A Auditor. Eureka, Nev. 



'/f«. Suj^ 

G.F.,P. & T.A. 

Mast. Mech 

Mas. Car. Bep. 
Mast. U. Paint.. 



%t 



Palisade, Nev. 



41 



14 



General office. Palisade, Nev. 

272 Enreka Sprlnffs Ry.— Seligraan to 
Bnreka Springs, 19 miles. 



1 R. C. Kerens 

91 Powell Clavton 

8 Logan H. 9oot* . . . 

4 A.H. Foote>« 

5F. M. Richard<4on>. 
6 William Wallace... 

7C. H.Smith 

8 J. B. Obenshain. . 



President St, Louis, Mo. 

F. P. it Q. ir..lEareka Sp8.,Ark. 

Trtamrer [Little Rook, Ark. 

Sec. & Auditor. Eureka Sps.,Ark. 



ti 



Cashier 

Road Master, . . 
Purch. Agent.. 
Master Mech. . . 

General office, Enreka Springs, Ark. Transfer office, 
LitUe Rock, Ark. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
Eureka Sps.,Ark. 



273 Eotanrirille Railroad.— Pregnalls to 
Elloree, S. C, 84.75 miles. 

1 Ruf us C. Barkley . . President Cliarleston, S. C. 

2 John Harlin Vice- President. \^eyi YotK N. Y. 

8 Arthur L. Merrlam.'i*?*^. <fc TYeas. 



4 I. W. Fowler » 
6 8. B. Pickens. 



General Jf an .. i Eutawville, S. C. 
Gen. Fgt. ^j^^l Charleston, 8. C. 

General office, Eutawville, 8. C. 

274 ETansTlUe and Terre Haute RR.— 

Evansville to Terre Haute, 109 miles ; Mt. Vtriuun 
Branch, 87 miles ; Evansville Belt Ry. in city of Evans- 
ville, 5 milett : Evansville and Indianapolis RR., 18ii 
miles— total, S89 miles. 

1 D. J. Mackey* ^President Evansville, Ind. 

2 W. J. Lewis* ^•^^ Sec. & Treas...\ 
8W. D. Ewing ^ General Mgr. . 



4k 



4 G.J. Grammer* 

6 M. Bowden 

6J. H. Hedden^ n.. 
7E. B.Cooke* 

8 0. A. Slayback.... 

9 John Torrance 

10 W.J. McL-eiuh... 
n J. T. McCaliam... 
12 William Kelty . . . . 



Traffic Mgr.. 
Superinteiuft.. 
Car Account' t.. 

Auditor 

Civ. Engineer.. 

Mast, Mech 

F. Loco. Bep . . . 
.Uast. Cur B^r. . 
Boad Master. . . 



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44 



44 



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41 



(a) Evansville and Indianapolis i?/?.— Evans%il)e to 
Terre Haute, 138 miles. 

1 Edwin Taylor i President jEvansvillc. Ind. 

aw. J. Lewis \Sec. d Treas...\ 

Operatbig officers same as Evansville and Terre 
Haute. 

(b) Peoria, Pecotur and Evansville BB.^Fek\n to 
Evansville, 288 miles ; New Harmony Branch, 6 mil»» ; 
leased lines, 10 miles; total leogih, 254 mile 4. 

1 D. T. Mackey President Evansville, Ind. 



I Wm. Heilman. 
8 R. A. Bunker. , 

4 R. A. Tambrill. 

5 E. B. Cooke. . . , 
6T. A Alien.... 
7P. Reilly 



Vice-President. 

Treasurer Peoria, 111. 

Secretary New York, N. 

Auditor Peoria, 111. 



Chitf Engineer . 
Master Mech... 



Bfattoon, 111. 

44 it 



General office (P., D. & E. RR.), Peoria, Ul. 

General office (E. & T. H. RR.), Evansville, Ind. 
Financial office. Farmers* L. & T. Co., New York, N. Y. 

275 Eirersreen Railway. 

Now part PHtslmrgh and Western By. 

276 Fall Rrook Coal Company.— Lessee. 

Gkmsral OmcEBs or Fall Brook Coai. Co., nt 
Cbakqis or Opkaations or Lsased Railway Proper- 

TISS. 



1 George J. Magee. . 
8 John Lang* •«.... 

8 Daniel beach 

4 Geo. R. Brown 

5Rubt. H. Canfield. 

6 H. A. Horning*... 

7 W. Nichtilsou".. . 

8 J. B. Terbdl»« »'. 

9 Anton Hardt 

IDS. T. Hayt 

11 Geo. E. Bartlett... 
19 W. H. Chaphe . . . . 
18 W. A Foster 

14 C.J. Butler 

15 M.Clancy 

16Z. W.Baker 

17 John Smith 



President Wat kin?, N. Y. 

V.-P. <fc 7'reas. Corning, N. Y. 
8ec.dbGen.Coun 

Gen. S*'pi ! 

Ass't Supt I 

lYaffic Man...\ 

Auditor I 

CarAccounVt..^ 

Chi^Eng I 

AssHChi^ En.: 

Sup.of Bridges. W&tking, N. Y. 

Purch. Agent.. Comiag^ N. Y. 

Moitl.oj' Mach.. 

Mast. Car Btp. . i 

Boad Master... 

Supervisor Wellsboro, Pa. 

Supervisor ** '* 



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CoRFORATS OrricsRs, Lb!«80r Comfanxes. 

(a) Coming, Cotoanesqve and Antrim By.— Cttrmnt: 
to Antrim, 58 miles; Cowanchque Valley Branch, S^ 
miles. 

1 George J. yiagee.. .'President iWatkins, N. Y. 

2 Daniel Beach. \Sec. db Treas...\ ** 



See note of explanation on first page. 

61 



" Everyouo Interested !n Ri^lroad «ecarities haa to depend oa this work." — Xete T»ri 



■'Celebrated for it 



* informMlon." — London Iron. 



TO INVESTORS IN RAILROAD SECURITIES. 

The Tteentieth Ana'ial Number of Poor's Manual will contain a statement of k11 the 
Diridends paid by the Railroad Compaaies of the United States, with the date of their pa;- 
ments, for a period of eight year/, from 18T9 to 138A inclasive. Such a BtatemeDt for Bo long 
a period farnishes the bet-t evidence possible of the valae of the Stocks of the Compkoies 
p*7liig such dividends. The Manual will also contain carefully prepared statements of the 
funded debts of the several companies and the securlt; pledgeil for tho same, of which the 
following statement of the funded debt of tlie Chicago d: Svrthatttera Hailaay is given by 
way of example ; 



r. if., lit Norwi 
ffiftliwha Tfoka A*.. i«t Hnrtnn - 

ctLtitau. a N. T^ iti., cotuuuuiiii .... 
aML»r iU|i.aito.»Tfcfe.i.imT,i«iii«. 
^^up, a Ha bI. rb '^m w'. ifi «««" 




"Tables such as tliese (referring to the above) would be Invaluable especially on this 
side of the water, as no amoant of inquiry and research on the part of the ordinary iDveotor 
would enable liitn to become ho well acquainted in any other way wilL the exact position In 
which his security stands, as compared wilh other bonds or slocks of any partienlar tutder- 
tAiaK"—BurdeU'i Weekly Offlrial Inietligenee (London). 

POOR'S MANUAL OF RAILROADS, 

70 Wall Street, New York. 

^" Orders for the edition of 1887 will now be received. Tho work is now In pren 
and will be funed in June next Price, (6, delivered free, j-1 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFiaALS. 



376-384. 



8 George J. Ma^ce 
8 K. V. W. Rowiter. . 
4 WUUun Howell.... 
6 AUyn Cox. 



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2T6 Fall Brook Coal CownpWknj—Connnufd. 

(b) Pins Ortek .ffaUuray.— Stokesdale Janctton to 
Williamsport, 79 miles. 

1 Heory Sherwood. . . i President .. . ; Wellsboro. Pa. 

iFktf-iVMidtfn/.jWalkins, N. Y. 
Trecmirer .... New York, N. Y. 
SecrUary. . .lAnirim, Pa. 
Tranter A^<..|New York, N. Y. 

(<;) ayracuM^ Geneva and Corning JRB.— Corning to 
Geneva, 58 miles. 

1 G. J. Magee Preeident Corning, N. Y. 

8 John Lang» * VicePrteident. I 

aOanielBeach \8ecrtiaiy I 

4 K. D. Worcester. . . I Tnaeurer | New York, X. Y. 

General office, Corning, N. Y. 

277 Fsdl Rlvery Warren aod ProTl- 
denee BR. 

Sm Old Colony RR. 

278 Ferro Rlonte BB.— Vanatta Station to 
Bynon Mine, 3 miles. 

I Alfred Mills President 'Morristown. N.J. 

t AugustuaC.Canlleld' Treas.dbSec'y.ADostT, N. J. 

8 George Shaw ! SupeHnUndH, . 1 Miue Hill, N. J. 

General office, Dover, N. J. 

279 Fltelftbars Ball road.— Boston to Fitch- 
burg, 60 miles; branches, etc., 102 miles. 

1 E. B. Phillips PreHdent ' Boston, Maes. 

2 M..D. Bonaou* *• i^ Treasurer * .... 

3 John Adams \Gen.Superin(..\ *' •' 

4 H. F. Whitcomb' « Registrar •* 

5 C. 8. Anthony*....! ^urfitor 

tt J. Whltmore Tf affic Mangr . 

7 C. L. Hartwell . . . . ! Gen. Fgl.Agt. . 

8 J. R. Watson* ' Gtn. Pass Agt 

»G.F.Fo>e« Gen. Bag. Ag..^ " 

10 W. M. Anthony. . .As. G. Pa««.il^.! Worcester, Mass. 

II E. K. Turner ; VMef Engineer^ Bosion^ Mass. 

18F. S.Pratt iPurcA Agent... \ " 

13 T. Whluemorc Corp AOir. Ck.\ " 

14 Orlando S[ewui't..i9p^.Jfo^.P(Oir«r. I " " 

15 H. L. Leach, Jr.. . . \Asst. do. Fitchbarg, Mass. 

16 H. A. Pliillip Div. iS'Mpe^i/l^. , Worcester, Masis. 

17 J. F. Adams .Div. Superint. . Filchburg, Mass. 

18 J. R. Hartwell , Div. Supertnt. . i Boston, Mass. 

19 J. W. Biarden \iSup. Cur Dept. 

SO F. B. Shipley • Claim Agt. . . 

31 L. J. Spaulding ...\Road Master. . . 

8ST. J. Dickey Road Master... 

88 G. W. Bishop .... Road Master. . . 
84 E. P.T.Tourtelotte >//». Mach. Hhs. 
86 F. W. Brazier Fm. Car Denrt. 

86 F. S. Sanborn. . . . Fm. Car Depit. 

87 J. W. Mackie' « »».: Car Accountant 

General office, Boston, Mass. 

(a) Tunmel />iri«k>/i.— Greenfield to State Line, 44 
miles. 

1 J. F. Adams ^e/jMri^^nc^ '^.Fitchbnrg, Mass. 

8 Geo B. Dadley 1 Station Agent. . JNur. Adauis.Mass. 

General office, Boston, Mass. 

Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at Charlestown, 
Worcester, Fitchbarg, Greenfield, and North Adams. 

280 Fllot and P«re Marqaette BR.— 

Monroe to Lndlugtoo, 858 miles, with branches, lO^ 
miles. 

1 William W. Crapo. President 

8 H. C. Potter i V.-P. AG.Man. 

8 H. 0. Potter, Jr." •Sec. <fc Treas... 
4 Saniord Keeler^ f^. SuperintencTt.. 

6 W. F. Poctcr ^AssU Superint. 

6 David Edwards* . . i^. GM.AG P. A 
1 A. Patriarchs. . . . i Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 
8G. W. Ledlie'^^'Lli/t/itor 

9 F. D. Keeler xPagttMuter 

lOT. E.Borden \Rec. Clerk 

IIG. G. Cook \Purck. Agent. 



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Charledtown, Mas 
Athol, Mass. 
Charlestown, Mas 
Fitchbarg, Ha!<s. 
Charlestown, Mas 
Boston, Mass. 



18 W. B. Sears. 
18 L. H. Pines. 



Chitf Engineer 
Gen, Bag. Agt. 



NewBedford.Mas 
K.Saginaw, Mich. 



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tinu^. 



14 W. L. Webber... 
ISA. W. Newton 

16 T. J. Bat^iwell . . . 

17 D. Herbage 

18 G. M. Brown 

19 Anthony Rose 

30 Andrew Germer. . . 
21 Nathan Killen.... 

8-4 Alex. Rathven 

*^ tluhn Ross 

24 N. lingers 

26 William Sutton... 
86 J. H. WooUacottii 



Solicitor 

Land Comm'r. 
Master Mech... 
Mst. Car Paint. 
Road Master .. . 
Div. Road Mst. 
Div. Road Mst. 
Div. Road Mst. 
Div. Road Mst. 
Div. Road MsL 
Div. Road Mst. 
Fm. Car Paint. 
Car Account t,. 



E.Saglnaw, Mich. 



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Flint, Mich. 
E.Sa^naw, Mich. 
Harrison, Mich. 
Erart, Mich. 
Ladinffton, Mioh. 
E. Sagmaw,Micb. 



General office, Bsst Saginaw, Mich. 

281 Florida Midland BM.— Apopka, east to 
a point 25 miles soath of Lake Jessap, 85 miles. 

1 Edward Page IPresident jBoston, Mass. 

8C. W.Morris \86C. <fc Treas..\ •' 

282 Florida Ballway and Navlffation 
Company.— H^^tern Division (Jacksonville to 
Chattahoochee, 809 miles; Drifton to Monticello, 4 
miles; Tallahassee to St. Mark's, 81 miles), 884 miles. 
Central Division (Jacksonville to Hart s Road, 88.80: 
Fernandina to Cedar Key, 155.50 mile<), 177.70 miles. 
iSoutnem Division (Waldo to Wiihlacoochee, 96.86 
miles; Wild wood to Tavares, 88.88 miles). 118.59 miles. 
Total all divisions, 580.89 miles, with branches, 09 miles. 

1 H. R. Duval I Receiver Jacksonville, Fla. 

8 John A. Henderson! &s/). Coun^... Tallahassee, Fla. 

8 J. H. Thomas* i Treasurer Jacksonville. Fla. 

4D. £. Maxwell*...,^^. iSr(i;>07if)^..l »• »• 

5T. A. Phillips \Ast. Gen. Supt., 

6 J . W. Bashnell .... C/uef Fngineerl 

7 W. G. Coleman. . . ' Gen. Trav. Ag.\ 
8P. B. Papy \Traffic Mgr....\ 

9 A. O. MacDonell . I Gen. Pass. Agt. > 
10 C.W.Maxwein • ^^.\Car AccounVt. ! 

Auditor I " »• 

Masttr Mech... Fernandina, Fla. 

Rd.Mst.AFt.A.\ 

Road Master. . . Tallahassee, Fla. 

Land CommW. Jacksonville, Fla. 

G.Bag.dbPurA '* •* 

G.W.F.di /'.^.j Louisville, Ky. 

Gen. I^thn.Agt.^NiiW York, N. Y. 

Fla. Transfer office, 85 



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18 L. S. Randolph.... 

13 C. E. Martin 

14 B. M. Burroughs.. 

15 I.E. Tucker 

16 R S. Lukenbill.. 

17 W. S. Pennington. 

18 T. S. Damont 

General office, Fernandina, 
Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

283 Florida Sontliern Bj.— Palatka to 
Brooksville, 158 miles; Spars. 10 miles', t.'hariotte Har- 
bor Division. 78 milet*; St. John's and Lake Eustis Di- 
vision, 49 miles— total, 895 miles. 



1 John W. Candler.. 
8 John R. Hall 

8 William L.Candler 

4 Frank C^. Brown. . . 

5 Sherman Conant. . 

6 J. A. Lamard 

7 0. W. Bromwell*.. 
8J. C. Telfera*»»»» 

9 W. W. Mitchell' •. 

low. P. Couper 

11 Edward Avery.... 
18 H. L. Cargili 

13 W. B. Denham... 

14 Cleveland Foot 

15 W. M. Rntherfori. 

16 James S. Jolly 



Boston, Mass. 
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President 

i Vice-President. 
Sec'y <fc Treas. 

Ass't Treas 

Gen. Manager.. V^XsXktk. Fla. 

8upeHnUnd't..\ 

G.Fgt.dbPs.A. 

Auditor 

Cashier. 

C.E dbLa. Com. 
Gen. Solicitor. . 
Com Immig'n. 
Ass't Supt. . . . 
Purch Agent.. 
Master Mech.. . . 
Road Master. . . 



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Enstis, Fla. 
New York, N. Y. 
Ft. Mason, Fla. 
Rochelle. Fhi. 

Transfer office, 40 



General office, Palatka, Fla. 
Water St., New York, N. Y. 

284 Fonda, JTobnatourn and GloTera- 
▼llle BB.— Fonda to NorthvUle, 86 miles. 



1 W. J. Heacock 

8D A. Wells 

8 John McNsb 

4 Lawton Caten>«* * • 

5 G. V. Putnam 

6 M. F. Button 



President 

Vice-President. 

Treasurer 

Sec'y A Supt.. 
Master Mech. . . 
Gen. Fgt, Agt.. 

General office, Gloversville, N. Y. 



Gloversville,N.Y. 
Johnstown, N.Y. 
Glover8viIle,N.Y. 



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63 



O. p. B&NQg, Preaident B. M. CROSS. SecwUrr, B. B. PB4TT. Ti«unrtr. 

THE 

DeshaLumber and Planting Coi 

MANUFACTUBERS OF 

OAUSH, HICKORY, GDManfl ELM LUMBEB 

Lumber for Export; Dimension Orders for Bridge am 
Car Builders; and Agricultural Implement Manu- 
facturers. Plain and quarter sawed White 
and Red Oak, Ash and Cum for 
Furniture and Finishing. 

lills at Arkaosts City, Arkansas. Home Office, Mo. 60 Congress St., Boston, Hasi 

D. B. MOBRiaux, atH0rat Ma-aQtr. 
C. 8. BUHT, Pretident. WM. L. BURTOS, Secralirr ind Treunirer. 

BURTON LUMBER CO., 

BATON BOUGE, LA. 



Wc niiikc n i^pcciul feature of Cypress CAB SISIKQ AND K007IV0, Pon 
Flooring, Siding and ShinKles. Cypresi i^ the best wood known 

for tliesu ])itrp(isoE, by rciiHuii of its great darability 
wlicn cxiwBt'd to till' wesuher. 

Daily Capacity of If Ilia - 90,000 foct of Lumber, 9O»,O0« 

SAMPLBA oil APFLICATtOK. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



9M-M9. 



286 Port Madtiioii avd Iforttawestera 

Ry.— Fort Maditfoo to CoUett, 45 miles. 



1 CharletA.QUcbri«t. 

I J. C. Ailee 

8M. F. Fairbanks.. 
4 JotinA.McCormick. 

6£. W. Merrill 

OL. F. Hantsraan... 



I^rfidtnt 

Aud HeCitTr, 
0,Fgi.APf.A. 
lYav^ffr Agent , 



Ft. Madlron, la. 



General office, Ft. Madison, Ja. 

S86 Fort Wayne, Clnelnoatland Lonla- 
Tlllo BB.— Fort Wayne to ConnersvUle, 104 miles ; 
Snshville Branch, 94 mites; and 

2863 W^Mte UTater RB.— Harrison to Hagers- 
town, tt5 miles. 

OrncEBs or both Railroads. 



lBliJahSmirh«i*... 
2P. W. &mith 

3 U. Parkman 

4 W.Worihlngton»" 
6 R. F. Kinuaird . . . 

6 8. A. Wikel 

7 C. llolTmannS » «... 
8T. H. Uaberkom.. 
ttJohnC. Wagner... 

IOC. B.Keller 

11 A. 8. Johnson^^.. 



\l*t>HdefU 

SAVFWCAL. 
SdbT.WW.HR. 
Gen. duperirU.. 
O.F9.itTk,A. 
AsL.G.Fgt.A.. 

Auditor , 

M.M.FWCAL. 
RMFWCALR 
^H.M. W. W.RR. 
\ Car Account t.. 



Boston, Mass. 



Ft. Wayne, tnA. 



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Ft. Wayne, lud. 



General offices, Ft. Wayne, Ind. 



287 Fort IVortb and I^enver €lty By.-- 

Opernted from Hodge to Quanali, ItfS miles. iTack laid 
8U miles. Grading completed 60 milen from end of 
track, and track laid at the rate of 1^ miles per day. 

1 Morgan Jones. . . . iPresident iFort Worth, Tex. 

2 Thomas W.Pearsall VieePieHaent.\tiiiW York, N. Y. 

Treasurer i *' '• 

Sec. <ft AuaUor\FoTi Worth, Tex. 



8 J. T. Granger. . . . 
4 W. A. Ros»« * » • »• 
6C. L. Fro»t» 

6 W. V. Newlin»«.. 

7 Geo. Strong' •»».. 

8£. M. Alvord 

» h:. M. Alvurd 

lOM. R.Kiley 



Superintendent 
O.Fgt. A P. A. 

Caskier 

Train Master. . 
Road Ma»ter. . . 
Master Jfech . . . 



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General office, Ft. Worth, Tex. Transfer office, 1 
Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

288 Franklin and Meffantlc BB. -Strong 
to Kingfield, 1& miles ; branch, t miles. 

1 Samnel W.Sargent. PreH'tent i Boston, Mass. 

S Philip H. StubuB* ^ Tru.A Gen.Mg. Strong, Me. 

A.SdOFAPA 

Caehier 

Purch. Agent.. 

Chief Engineer 

Ma^ffV Mech.. . . 

Jfift. Cat Rttrti. 

General office. Strong, Me. 

289 Freehold and New York By.- Free- 
hold to Kt yport, 15 miles. 



8 (Vacant) 

4W. F.P.Fogs:«»T.. 

6V. B. Mead 

6 Frederic Dan forth. 

7 William H. Dyer. . 
8U. C. Guff 



Boeton, Masi*. 
Gardintr. Me. 
Strong, Me. 



1 John S. SchultBe. . 
8 J.E. Ralph»»»«w»« 

8J.K. Ralph! 

4 George T. Lape.. . . 
6 C. H. Snedeker. . . . 

6 Michael Cannon... 

7 M. C. Moouey. . . 



PreHderU New York, N. Y. 



Sp.,dee A Trs. 
0.r..F.AP,A. 
Cki^ Engineer 
Metr.Car Bldr. 



Freehold, N. J. 
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Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Freehold, N. J. 
Maiawan, N. J. 



Road Master.. 

Fm. Ang. Rpr. Freehold, N. J. 

General office. 68 Wall St., New York, N. Y. Trans- 
fer office. Freehold, N. Y. 

290 Fremont. Elkliorn and Mlasourl 
Valley BB. 

See Chicago and Northwtttem Ry. System. 

291 Fulton Connty NarrowGance BB. 

— Uarana to Galesbarg, 61 miles. 



1 S. H. Mallory. 
i HenryPhelps 
SD. J.Tbajer. 



ayer Secretary. 



Pree.A On.Ug. 
Vlee-Prteideni 



Chariton, la. 
Lewistowo. III. 



291 Fulton County 

^Continued, 



If arro'«r*Gance ' BB. 



4 Moses Tamer. . . . 
6 A. C. Atherton.... 

6 A. C. Atherton* •. 

7 J. D. Temple 

R John A. Gray 

9 John Mack 



[Treaeurer. — 
G.S.H.M.PitM 
G.Fgt.APs. A. 

Auditor 

Gen. Solicitor.. 
Road Masur. . . 



Lewistown, lU. 



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292 Gainesville and Daliloneaa BB.— 

GaineAvilie to Dahluuega, S6 miles. 

1 W. P. Price iPttsident iDnhlonegs, Ga. 

S C. C. Sanders Vice PrtHdettt. Oainebvflle, Gik. 

8 W. 8. Williams. . . . t'teus»rer 

4H H.Perry \Secretary 

5 J. J. Gaillard Cf.i^f Engineer 

Gkneral office, Dahlonega, Oa. 



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293 Galveston, Harrlsbnrs 
touio WLf. 

See Southern Pacific Co, 



and St. An- 



294 Galveston. Honaton and Hender- 
son BB. 

See Missouri Pacific Ry. 

295 Galveston, Sabine and ^t. liouls 

By.— Longricw Junction to Taium, 31 milei*. 

1 John M. Duncan. . /f^«it?er jTyler, Tex. 



President.. 
V.-P. A G.M. 
\Sec. db Tttas.. 
^Master Mech... 
Road Muettr . . 



New York, N. Y. 
Longview, Tex. 
New York, N. Y. 
Longview, Tix. 



2Nel»ouS. Baton. 

3 Richard J. Evans.. 

4 Edwin 8. Larchar. 
5D. D. Piukham.... 

6 J. V. Alexander. . . 

7 R. J. Evans I Consult. Eng. . 

8 Brad. Barner \PrtAdent 

9 James Turner. . . . Vict-President . 

10 J. H. Cutcher. . ..\Secrefary 

11 Peter Vandewater.| (7Ai</' Angineet 

General office, Longview, Tex. Locomotive and Car 
Repair Shops at Longview, Tex. 

296 Geneva, Ithaca and Sayre BB. 

See Lehigh Valley RR. 



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297 Georgetown and 

Georgetown to Laue*s, 87 mile:*. 



Lane's BB.— 



1 E. F. Vt-rdery 

•iP. E.Twiggs 

ST. M. Emrrson. .., 
4T. W. Brfghtman. 



Receiver Augusta. Ga. 

Sttpt. (t 7y<!;<w. lGetir;ret«>wii, 8.C. 



Ge/f.P.diF.A. 
Auditor. 



Wilmingion.N.C. 
Georgetown, s».C. 



General office, Georgetown, 8. C. 

298 Georc>ii Aasoclated Traffic Ijii»es« 

couBifting of thefollowiu;; raiin>ads and their branch- 
es: Western and AUantic, Central of Georgia, Georgia. 
Soath Carolina, Port Ruynl and Augusta, Atlanta airfl 
West Point, Western of Alabama, Brunswick und 
Western. 



1 Joseph M. Brown. 
2G. A. Whitehead.. 

8E. R. Dorsey 

4 Charles B Barman 
STbos. McGill 

6 Frank E. Drake. . . 

7 Geo M. Brown 

8 W. H. Trezf vant. . 

9 J. T. Hosford 

1(» Joseph W. White. 

11 Cbas. B. Walker... 

12 J. P. Beckwith.... 

18 W. H. Lucas 

14 David Barwald... 

16 James Maloy 

16 8. L. Rogers 



\Gen. F. AP.A.' 
, Gtn. F. A P. A. 
\ Gen. F. A P. A. 
\ Gen. West. Agt. 
I Gen.N. W. Agt. 
1 Gen. S. W. Agt. 
I&). En. Agent., ^ 
I Gen. So. Ageni\ 
\Gen. T.P.Agt.l 
I Gen. T. P. Agt. 
\7Yav. Pass Agt. 
\Fla.Fgt. Agent 
Fla.Pass Agtni 
; Trav. Agent. . . 

Pass. Agent 

'Pass. Agent.... 



Atlanta. Ga. 

Savannah. Ga. 

AugUhta Oa. 

Cincinnati, O. 

Chicago, 111. 

Kunnas Cliy, Mo. 

Atlanta, Ga. 
.. *• 

Chicago, III. 
Augusta, Ga. 
Atlanta. Ga. 
Jacksouville,Fhi. 

Atlanta, Ga. 
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Chattanooga, Ten 



299 Georgria Ball road. -Augusta to Atlanta, 
171 miles, with branches, 186 miles. 



IC.H. Phiniry 

S John W. Green* .. 
8W. T.Richards* ». 
4 S. A. Hemphill 



President ^Augusta, Ga. 

Gen. Manager. 
Treasurer. ... 
Superinienderit 



(6) 



See note of explanation on first page. 

65 



niioii iui 

Manufacture Goods for Railroad Cars. 

BURGESS TAPESTRIES 



(New Designs), 



Berth Curtains, Etc. 



SPECIAL DESIGNS MADE TO ORDER. 



B. L SOLOMON'S SONS, Selling Agents, 

Union Square and i6th Street, 
NEW YORK. 



Full Line of Railroad Plusties 

». AL'WAYS IN STOCK. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



299 Georicia Railroad- CbnMnuecT. 



5 E. R. Dorsey* \ Gen. F.S P. A. 



6 8. W. Wilkes.... 

7 Carlton Htllier«»«. 

8Joha8. C(>ok 

9W. G. Middleton.. 

lOT. M. Praval. ... 
11J.R. Collier.. . .. 

UH. Wilklna 

18 J. B. JobnBon 

14John W.Bell 

15 W. M. Robinson.. 

16 L. P. James 

17J.W. Fielder' •". 






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SoiicitingF.A. 

Auditor 

MasUr Afech... 
For.Maeh.8hop 
Matt. Oar B'r. 
Mast. CarFr. 
Boad Matter. . 

FueiAfferU 

TVaek Superv. . 

TVadc Huperv.. 

Bridge i9igMn7.lJamee, Oa 

Car ^ccoMiUX.'Aiigasta, Qa. 



Angnsta, Ga. 












Atlanta, Oa. 
Harlem, Ga. 
CoviiifTton, Ga. 



General office, Augusta, Ga. 

See also Georgia Associated Traffic Linm, 

300 Oeorffla, Midland and Guir BR«— 

Colombus, Ga., northeast to Athens, ItiO mllea, of 
which 9S miles, Columbus to McDoiiough, are oadar 
construction and track laid upon 40 miles of same. 
Gauge, 4 ft 9 in. 



Columbus, Ga. 
New York, N.Y. 
Columbus, Ga. 



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1 G. G. Jordan \President 

:i J.B. Qranniss \Viee-PresideiU 

8M. B. Gray .Sec. & TVeas. . . 

4W. 8. Greene \ Chief Ung .... 

This roud \* being built by a corporation known as 
the Georgia Midland Cont>truction Co., having the fol* 
lowing ottlcers: G. G. Jordan, President, I'olumbus, 
Ga: James B. Grsnnij's, Vice-President. New Yorjc, 
N. Y.; M. E. Gray, Treas. and Supt., Columbus, Ga. 

301 Georsla Paclflc Ry. 

See Richmond and DanvUU System. 

802 Georgre'a Crook and Cnmborland 

Rtt«— Cumberland to New Detmold Mine, SO miles, 
with branch, 6 mili*s; and 

302a Ponnaylirania RR.^ In Maryland. 

— Cnmberiaud lo Pennsylvania State Line, tf miles. 

OrricEBs or Both Railroads. 

I Henry Loverldge. . . ' President 'New York, N. Y. 

% Gardner P. Lloyd.. . ; Vice-Pres dfe T. . 
8 W. de L. Walbridge \SecreUiry 

Gen. Manager.. 

Chief engineer 

Masl.nf Trans.. 

Road Master . 

Mast, of Mach., 

Foreman qf R, 

Broad vray. Transfer office, 1 



4 J. A.MillholUnd... 

5 J. P.Gaflncy 

6 B. D. Mareau 

7 A. P. Seeley 

8 ThomHS McCann. . . 
9 Daniel Haggerty... 

General office, 35 



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Cumberland, Md. 

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Broadway., New York, N. Y. 

308 Gettyabars and Harrlsburs RR.— 

Hunters Run to Gettysburg, 22 miles. 

1 J. C. Puller President 

S John M. BuUer* * i Treas. & Sec. . . 

8 W. H. Woodward* ^.Gtn. Si/ut 

4 A. B. Lehman ChUf Engineer 



5 John Chnstman 
tf John Puller.. 



Foreman L. R. 
Foreman C. R. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Carlisle, Pa. 



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Carlisle. Pa. 



General office, Carlisle, Pa. 



304 Grafton and Groonbrlor RR«— 

Grafton to Philippi, 24 miles. Under construction from 
Philippi, south to iieliugton, 12 milea, and track laid 6 
milea. 



1 John Br.*id8haw 

2J.B. Hall 

8G. W.Gall.Jr 

4J. H Glasscock... 
5G. M. Whitescarver 
6U.Granis*«*"'"* 



President 

Vtce-President. 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Gen. Manaqer. 
A.tA.AdtPaym 



nrafton, W. Va. 
Philippi, W. Va. 



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805 Grafton Centro RR* -Grafton to Grafton 
Centre, 8 mile^. 



1 B. P. Usher 

2 A. A. Howe 

3 A. G. Morse 

4 Geo. M. Newton. 



^President 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Superintendent 



Boston, Mass. 
Grafton, Maas. 
Boston, Man. 
Grafton, Mass. 



806 Grand Rapids and Indiana 

80$ Pennsylvania System. 

807 Grand 9oniliom Railway of Nour 
Rrnnawlck.— DeMiUc Junction ^to St. Stephen, 81 
miles; branch, .2 miles. 

St. George, N. B. 



1 Thomas Barry . 

2 Hugh Ludgate. 
8JohnO'NeTU... 
4 J. N. Greene... 

6 J. E. Lynott . . . 
6P. W. Holt.. . 

7 Thomas Logan . 

8 P. W.Holt 

9 John Plinton . . 



President 

Tieasurer 

Secretary 

Gen. Manager. 
Gen.'Ikt.Agt.. 
Supt. A Fat. A. 
Mast: Mechahic 
fi.vg. A Supt B. 
RoadMaster . . . 



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308 Grand Tower and Carboadalo RB. 

^Orand Tower to Carbundale, 24 milea. 

1 E. A. Hitchcock.. ^President 1 St. Louis, Mo. 

2 O. L Garrison.. \V.'Pres. & Tr.\ " ** 

3 Joseph D Peters* * . \Sec. A Supt.. . . lOarbondale, HI. 



4S L.Sherer. 
6 John Lewis. 



Purch. Agent... at. Louis, Mo. 
Mast. Mechanic Mi. Carbon, 111. 



6 J. P. Poster. \Auditor. |St. Louis, Mo. 

Repair Shops at Mt Carbon, 111. 

General office. Grand Tower, 111. Transfer office, St. 
Louis, Mo. 

309 Grand Trunk Ky.— Main Line : Portland 
to Detroit, 861 miles; Niagara Falls to Windsor, 280* 
miles ; Port Brie to Glencoe, 145 miles. Total mUeage,, 
with branches, 2,918 miles. 

General office, Montreal, Can. 

BxBCUTiYS OrricsRs. 



1 Henry W.Tyler... 

2 Charles L. Young. 

3 J. B. Renton 



Pr€sldtni iBdmonton, 

Vice- President. Vkjoni&on^ Bug. 
Secretary | ** ** 



OmciALs or the Ststsm. 



1 Joseph Hickson . . 

2 L. J. Seargeanr.. . . 
8 Wm. Wain Wright. 

4 C. Percy 

6 Robert Wright.... 

6 H. Read 

7 T. B. Hawson 

8 J. P.Walker 

9 H. W. Walker.... 

10 N.J. Power 

11 Thomas Tandy. .. 

12 Wm. Edgar 

18 John Taylor 

14 G. R. Nash 

15 H. K. Ritchie 

16 J. G. Hunt 

17 John Bell, Q.C. .. 

18 Geo. Macrae, Q.C. 

19 E. W. Meddaugh . 

20 Hon. A. A. Strout. 

21 J. W. Loud -j 

22 Edmund Wraffge.. 

23 Dr. T. A. Rodger. 



Gen. Manager. 
Traffic MoH... 
Asst Manager. 
Ass'ttoGtriMan 

Treasurer 

Afs't Tteas 

Trc^fflc Aud. . . . 
Assf. Traf. Au. 
Accountant . . . 
Asst. AccounCt 
Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 
Gen. Pas. Agt. . 
Gen Storekeep. 
Ass't Storekefy. 
Stationy Agt. . . 
CarDistribu: . 



Solicitors. . 



Thr. Tr. Gen. { 
F.A.(,W. D.) ' 

Local Mgr 

Chf. Med. Qffic. 

Division OrncxBS. 



Montreal, Can. 
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BelleTille, Ont; 
Hontreal, (^e. . 
Detroit, Mich. 
Portland, Me. 

Detroit. Mich. 

Toronto, Ont. 
Montreal, Qpe. 



24 James Stephenson, 

^ Grand Tr. East of Toronto. ) 
Grand Tru. Midland Div. vMontreal,Oan; 
GrandTr.N.lAv. W.of Tor. ) 

25 C. Stiff, Supt.G. T. So. IHv. W.of Tor. Hamilton, Ont. 

26 A. B. ^twater, Supt. Mich. Div., BatUe Creek, Mich. 

27 J. Bell, Ass't Supt. Champlain Div. 

28 R. Hay, Ass'l Supt. Eastern Ditidon. 

29 J. M. Riddell, Ass't Supt. Central &, Midkmd Dim. 
80 W. R. Tlffln,i4«. A\ G. T. S. D. W. oT 7V)r.,Stratford,Oot. 
31 Robert Larmonr, Asst Supt. G. T. So. Div. W. (ifTor., 

London, Ont. 
82 W. J. Morgan, Local Supt. Mich. Div , Detroit, Mloh. 
38 J. McFadzean, Local Supt., Point Edward, Ont 

Track Department, 

84 E. P. Hannaford. . I Chi^fE. G. T. /)" Montreal, One. 

85 Jos. Hobson | Chief E. G. W.D, HamUton, Ont. 



See note of expUmation on first page, 

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DttlORTH, PORTER & CO., Limited 



RAILROAD AND BOAT 



SPIKES 




"^ 

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H. E. COLLINS & CO., 

Iron Ore, Pig Iron, Steel Rails, 



STEEL BLOOMS, BILLETS AND SLABS. 



Open Rails, Crop Ends, Muck Bars. Open-Hearth Melting 

Stock and Scrap Iron. 



om, 34 Lewis Block, Pittsburgh, Pa. 



POOR'S DIBECTOET OF RAILWAY OFFICIALB. 



3M Ontad Tr«nk Br-- 



. -Track 

Oanltnuid. 

^ I. a. MusUlu.. .. AUng. mi. IHe.tPVUrbomagb. 

St nao. Miaaon Eaa. Jflot.Zlii. bttleCr'k.^Ieh. 

S8 J T. Uojd, I '-" •'"■'"' ■>"->■ ■< r^' 

— " B. H^lm 



;h.On 



»BtbetA.\AiH S.O.T.OJTiaoBto.Oat. 
Clulte..\AH-l B.O.T.D.MtntbitA, OnL 



T.lteWovUCDAa. T. Dtr. 
~ " ■ ..]g. T.mv. 

\0. T. mt>. 



.. Hlchm( 



1, ODt. 



. _ iLomJo 

19 J. D. Bunctt ^IRdDiv , Port Uop«, Out. 

DMrhH Qtneni rrtig/U AgmU. 

to JabMMMlB |,|«'(jnfA.iMt.lDetn)lt,MLcti. 

SI JoliDBirti \W. qf TBmnto..\Tonio\o, Ont 

M AnilnwBanis... iB.of 3foalreiil\}li>atnt'i.C*B. 

5t Aaait Wiprtr(in<«(.— Travelling Aodlton : Johi 
HigKln bottom, Hut; Upton. Al«i. Pruai, 

M ■■tlarf C<7«rfm*n(.-Df[ialjr BtoM Ksepen : Wm 
W.I1 'Montreal. Qoe. : D. P. Conn, Poriltnd 
H«. : Robrn Beitty, SintTurd. Ont. ; E. R Bilnei 



/IcoHinto.— DopsTtmeiit A 
~ 1. Dtparl. 



no Joa.Wtalto... 



r«l. Quo. 

Iton. Out. 
r«l, Qoe. 

iiaDlrml,'Qiie. 



SloniDei 

Traaiurtr't DrpaHmtrnt, 

ftjymoWn. .._ IMc.nlro«l, Quo. 



..-, ..., IMc.nl 

lathm. AAti'l nigm'il'r] 

in W. S. Cliainp lAim'H'aim'ifriHtntVlnn.Qmi. 

■MT.W Rlllnii. . [Cafi-nr Mootreil, Qd>. 

(iTi.A.C»rUw ...iCailiiiT iToronio, One. 

W C B. BuntI ILoeal Trtat. ..iPonlMid, He. 

Inmrand and Proridtnt Socirtu- 

M II D. Moore I Ac. 4 I>WM.. I Montreal. 

fhiperannualUm and FrotldenI Fund AimclatliM. 

70 T. B, H>ir»n.... \SicnlaTf I UuDttMl. 

(IBjkKD Tkukk Sibtim— AitociATiD Lmn, 



ChiuKO. S 






mtl» 



I Orimi Tr 



t W.J.Momn.... 
K 'leiirie B Tttm' 
U JohnMilD 

10 DtvHKrown.... 

][ W. K DitIi .... 

» R.tl. ItuKli'*.... 



nit By.— Pott Huron ta 
ModUmI, do. 



Traf. *_ 
AWt'/mfglA 
AtM'tOfit.FglA 
a-aP.ST.Att 
" Wn.P.Aat. 
-..lenP.Agl. 
OfH. Bag. Aj/t. 
ChUf gngUimr- 
Mtri. Oipt.... 
0tn. sttnktv- 



BMltaCr'k Uieb. 
CbiciEo. III. 
DalralL MIcb. 
Cblcaco, ill. 

Nlw York. N.T. 



■ugh.. SMeilor. 

tea. ItaCrolL Hlcb., and Chlcaoii, 111. 

a, Detroit, Mlcti., and Now TorkTR.T. 



Detroit to Onnd IlaTSi 



*?5i;' 



, IHontreal. Can. 
' ! i Detroit, Ukh. 



..'iTraf.ilaiiagfr.CtitettO. '■ 
.. Au'lGn.F.A.Titt'o[t,1li 



, AfrGat.F.A. Ctitago, l... 
l(^ W. E. Davlji. ... Hm.^.rfr.Aff/ 

11 W.P.Smltli OenKn.P.Alfi.IitwYlltk.tl.^. 

IS n. C. Upd<t>Dgb... Otn.Wn P. .«p(. Milwaukee Win. 



I OeorfiD Maaaou. 



. Bag. Agi. I 
'. Sltth. sa'pi.'.'.'/ 



7 Qeorge Jerome. . 

Oentral oDlce, Detroit. Ulcli. 

3 I Green 9^7, ITInona, >nd Bt. Paal 
BR.— areenBajtoManhland, K" -"— ■ >'—'■'*— 

.\FTfHdenl... 



»amnal Sloan . . 

OaUD Campbell ,, .\i,mirai .iiun.. 
S Tbeodore Btarge*..|j<(e. <f T^mt. 
' ~ W. ChaiDplor" "■- ~ ' ' " 



aen.Ffil.AP.Atit<^B Bay, WU. 



Fenwick JToffH- JfecA. . . ■' ■* 

RoMlter |5uptBrtrfBf»..]Ne'nLondoii,Wla. 

1 lOeneral offlce Oreen Ba^. Wla. FIdidcUI AEnntr. 
64 Wall Bt., New York. N. Y. 
311 are«nllekNarrow-CI>IIBeKr>— Oreea- 
let Junellon 1o Monnt Vernon Mluei-, ».& mlliw. 
D, H. Perahiil)! . . Iftw. <« Grn. S. Slanffet 8fn, Pa. 

. Natb. HIlea 'Hk i. Trtat. .,Bco[tdale. Pa. 

SUavUWhita Dio. Supt ! 

Oenenl oMce, Scottdale. Pa. 



Btiwleta and JtrhaBOOvllla Bj.— 

jJohnson.llle, IBmllta. 
W. D. Robertaon ..|ftvfl*IB( . ... .Sonth Argyle .N.T 



UHThomi 



Viet.PrtHatnt.'f 



.(f.4u. 



Cook \Buaii MatttT.. ■MammM.'t 

ft Co 

Oalveatou tfl Lani] 

1 Oeonn Seal J Prtildm 

t H.9.Vllli« - ■ ■- 

3 WebalerBnvder. 

4 W.9.D«»l»"""i 
eJ.'B " ■ 



— T.-P.*G.il. 

Sk. a Trial . . 



fl William H.HaMera 

7 J. M. Btei 



10 W. J.SbprDiu 

11 JohnW.TIiurn 
11 W.U. Rellly... 



1. Fal.Aal.. 
.nt'lOmFglA. 

Ckiff Kngl^ia 
A.sl rh/. Eag. 



i.Tet 

n. MaH(. 

Oalverlou. Tex. 



lensral oSce, Oalveiton. TSK, 

IIS OiiiraDdNlil|>l>lao4BB.-CAm[dWed 

m Rlpler. Hlpi.. to New Albany, Him.. SO mllca. 
der conMrnction I ram New AlbaDy to 

si projected lengih, milca. 

V, H. Hardy 'Pr^dinl IWploy, Mlaa. 

f.C. F*ji]kDa....\ Vlc*-Pr*tiatat.\ •' 



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6i> 



£sta6ris6ecl 1856 



SmrM(3tH <& J3©ttl:^£JSC. 



Aifrs* of 



Fine l^aittva^ Varmsftes^ 



in durGi6Uitt|« 



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POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFPiaALS. 



81ft-839. 



815 Golf and Ship Island WLM.-CkwUnved. 

8 William Henry . . . \S«cr*tary iRipIey, MiM. 

TVeiuur^r " *• 

Chi^ EngineerlUobUe, Aim. 
AmsI A»H7i40^. McridiaD, Mist. 
SuperinUndeni-Biplej, MiM. 



5 L. D. Brown 
ft J. Webb.... 
7 



General office, Ripley, Mies. 



IVeatern Tc 



and Paeillc 



816 Golf, 

Set SotUhMrn Pacific ComjKUiy. 

8 IT Haneoek and Calnmet BR .—Hancock 
to Calomet, 14 mile* ; Junction to Lake Linden, 8 
mile*. 

New York, N.T. 



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1 Henry 8. Ivee \PreHdent 

8 f^hrletopher Meyer.; Vice-President, 

8 H. 8. Ogden U*^. and Trttu. 

4 C. A. Wrigtit ' Otneral Man . . ;Hancock, Mich. 

General office. Hancock, Mich. Tranafer Agency, 86 
Nasfau 8t., New York City. 

818 Hannibal and Si. JTosepli BR* 

Sm Chieaffo^ Burlington and Quincy BB, 



819 Hanover Brancli 

to Hanover, 8 miles. 



-North Abington 



1 E. Y. Porrr Prw. O. M. <t A'S. Hanover. Maaa. 

S Albert Calver Trtaturtr Rockland, MaM. 

8 C. T. Phillips I Clerk *<. Hanover, Mass. 

4 H. Maslathhn i Chiff EngineermtJioyeT, Mass. 

5 R. A. Joaselyn . . . . i/(urtor J/«eA . . . ' 

li Jeremiah Qriflen . . \Boad Master. . . |S. Hanover, Mass. 

General office. South Hanover, Mass. 

8S0 HanoTfr jrnnctlon, Hanover and 
Getiyabnrc RR« 

See Western Maryland BB. 

821 Harrlabnrg: and Potomac BB.— 

Bowmansdale to Sbippensbarg, 88 m.; branchop, 6 miles. 



1 Thomas W.Ahl.... 
% Aabnry Dertand. . . . 
8 John Is. Wootten.. 
4R.H. Middleton.. . 

SH. K.Nichols 

6 J. Lowrle Bell 

7C. G. Hancock 

8 William Wilson... 
9L. D. Gntschall.... 



President 

Sec. db Treas . . 
General Man.. 
SvperintendH. . 
Ctti^ Engineer 
thn.Tyqf.Mgr. 



BoillngSpr*g8,Pa. 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Roilin^pr*g8,Pa. 

Philadelphia. Pa. 
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Gen.P.AT Agt 

Boad i#«fa^...jBowmansdaIe,Pa. 

Mast. Mech !Boiling9pr*8S,Pa. 

General office. Boiling Springs, Pa. 

8SS Hartford and Conivectlcnt Valley 

BB.— Hartford to Fenwick, 48 miles. 

New Haven. Ct. 

Middletnwn, Ct 

Hartford, Ct. 
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New Haven, Ct. 
Hartford, Ct. 



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1 George H. Watroas I President .. .. 

8 Samael Babcock. . Vice-President. 

« W. C. Brainard" * S T. dt O. T.A. 

4 C. 8. Davidson .... Superintend* t. 

ft C. Rockwell Gen. Fgt. Agt, 

8 A. D. Chapln' •♦ tiilA O. F. Agt. I 

7 G. D. Warren ' Supt.qf Bridges 

8B. R. Loomis Boad Master ..\ 

9R. N. Dowd Pureh. Agent..] 

in JohnHonney,Jr. ,Sup Mot. Pow.l 

11 O. C. Lackey F. Mack, sfto/js^ 

18 J. A. Whittemore. '■ For. Car Shops. \ 

General office, Hartford, Conn. 

8^8 Hartford and €onneettent Western 

•—Hartford to Rhinecliff, 106 miles. 



New Haven, Ct 
Hartford, Ct. 



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1 William L Q\\\itn\President 

8 William H.Bamnm; V.-President. . . 
8 R. R. Beardnley* *.,Sec. A Treas... 
4 E. Mc^Teill* sS.AG.F. Agt. 

6 Walter Pearce* » 'i Get^. Pass. Agt. 
8 R. P. Martin Uwrf. of F.Aee. 

7 A. J. Bronghel — 'Mast. Mechanic 

8 James Keenan ; Boad Master. . . 

9 W. H. Merrill IHv. B. Master. 

10 Chas. H. Keen .... F. Bepr. Shops. 

General office, Hartford, Conn. 



Hartford, Cr. 
Lime Rock. Ct 
Hartford, Ot 



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W. Wtnated, Ct 
Rhiucchif . N. Y. 
Hartford, Ct 



8S4 Havana, Rantonl and Baatem 

— Wvst Lebanon to Le Roy, 76 milts. 



385 Hecla and Torcli Lake BB.— Heela 

Mine to Torch Lake, 6 miles ; branches, 1 mile. 

1 Alexander Agaaaia. President.. . . 
2C. W. Seabnry.. . . Treasurer.. 

8 H. K. Cole. .^ Secretary.... 

4 W. A. Chtlds , Gen. Manager.. 

6 L. 8. Woodbury. . . .; Chi^ Eng.. 



Boston, Mass. 
Calnmet, Mich. 



General office, Calnmet, Mich, 
ton, Mass. 



Transfer office. Boo* 



826 Herkimer, ffewnort and Poland 

(N.G.) Bj.— Herkimer to Poland, 17 milee. 

1 Edward M. Bnms^.. i¥f«.<ft(7M.Jf..|Middlevil)e^.T. 
8 8teph. R.Millington| Fke-iVwridAif. Poland, N. Y. 
8 George H. Thomas*. Treasurer 'Middleville, N.T. 

4 Thos. E. Merritt* \ Secretary Newport, N. Y. 

5 Albert Wilber Sup. db C. Eng. Herkimer. N. Y. 

6 Anson W. Phillips. iJra^^mzrifacA.. Middleville, N.Y. 

General office, Newport, N. Y. 



8*i7 Hlbernla Mine 

beniia Mine, 5 miles. 



BB.— Rockaway to Hl- 



1 George Richards. . . 
8 J. Wesley Pnllman. 
8 George R. Miller... 



Pres.d'Gen.M. 
Sec. dt lYeas. . . 
Gen, Supl 



General office, Rockaway, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 



Dover, N. J. 
Philadelphia. Pa. 
Rockaway, N. J. 

N. J. Transfer office. 



828. Hobartand Hanletee Blver BB«— 

Hobart to Manistee Kiver, 9 miles. 



1 John Canfleld i Presitlent. . . . 

2 E. D. Wlieeler SfC. it Treas . 

8 H. W. Marsh Superintend' t. 

General office, Manistee, Mich. 



Manistee, Mich. 
Hobart, Mich. 



829 Hoonac Tunnel and Wllmlnffton 

BB.— Hoosac Tannel to Readsooro, 11 miles. 



1 D. H. Newton [President 

8 Moses Newton ' Vice-President. 

8 John C. Newton. . . I Tre^i*. <lt G. M. 
4Anson B. Cross \Stcretary 



Holyoke, M 



General office, Readeboro, Vt. 
Repair Shops at Readsboro, Vt. 



Readsboro, Vt 
Locomotive and Cfer 



. 880 Hopkins BB.— Projected from Bnrlii^- 
toii, la., to Golconda. Hi., 900 miles ; graded betwetn 
Gillespie ana Scottsville, 111., 80 miles, and 8 miles of 
track laid. 



President 

Vice-President. 

Seeretaty 

Treasurer.,.. 



ScotUville. 111. 
Staunion, 111. 
CarlinviUe, 111. 



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1 James Walker. . . 
2W. C.Shirley.... 

8 L. C. Glesener. . . . 
4 Milton McClure.. 

6W. P. Garis \CM^ Eng .... 

6 J. A. McClare, JT...\7yans/er Agt.. 

General office, Carliov.Ue, 111. 

381 Hot SprJnse BB.- Malvern to Hbt 
Springs. 25 rollea 

1 J. Reynolds Pres. «f G. M. 

9 J. Revnolds Sec. d Treas. . 



8 J. N. Conger* 
4M.N. Pierce'*., 
ft Leonard Finlay. 
6 George Worley. . 



SAitGF.itTA 

Auditor 

Master Mech. . . 
Boad Mcuter. . . 



IChicago, III. 

Hot Springs, Ark. 
*» It 

Malvern, Ark. 



832 Houaatonie BR. -Bridgeport to State 
Line. Mass., 74.48 miles; branches, &1.96 miles. 



1 WiUiamH.Barnum. 

9 C. K. Averill* « 

8 Henry A. Bishop... 
4 W. II. Wilkinson... 
6H. D. Averill* 

6 H. C. CogswelP ■.. Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 

7 H. W. Watson •Auditor 



President 

TYeas. db Sec. . . 
Superintend" t.. 
Div. SupL . . 
Gen. Tit Agt 



Lime Rock, Ot. 
Brid^port, Ct. 

Danbnry, Ot. 
Bridseport, Ct. 



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71 



THE RAILWAY 

LIBHTING & HEATING 

CO., 

119 SOUTH FOURTH ST.. 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



This system of lighting furnishes the most 
brilliant and uniform light at a cost of about 
one-eighth that of coal gas, and accomplishss 
thorough ventilation. No gas -"works or fixed 
plant required. Full description will be furnished 
on application. 

Railroad officers and others interested are 
invited to correspond with the company for 
further information, especially as to w^here and 
when cars lighted by this system and running in 
regular service can be seen. 



The Railway Lighting and Heating Co., 

119 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, 
i«hiil,a.i>jsil.i?h:i A., fa.. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



332 Hoasatoiile WtWi.—CkmHnk4d. 



SHamaelOreer. 
N. SlinrUnd . 

10 W.H. White.. 

11 W. F. Smith.. 



RoadMojUir.., 
Matter M€ch... 
Train Matter.. 
Div. F^. Agt.. 



¥tX\M ynia«e. CL 

Bridgeport. Ct. 
So.Norwalk, Ct 



\a) Dnnbury and Konoaik />ivMafi. •Dan bury to 
Wiieon Point, 97 miles ; with branchet, 10 miles. 

1 K 8t. J, lAokwoodl Prttidenl |Nnrwalk« Ct. 

Dsnbory, Ct. 

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i i Tissi. H. Merritt. . . | F.-P. <ft Aud. 

3 Harrey Willlnms. . . SfC. <* Trea*. . 

4 Henry A. BUhop.. ' Gen. Supl.. .. 
Tt Chan. M. Cmwtord. ^Superinf^nd't. 
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Bridgeport. Ct. 
So. Norwalk. Ct. 
i Bridgeport, Ct. 



General office, HonJ>atonic RR., Bridgeport, Ct. : 
Corporate office, Danbury and Norwalk RK., Danbnry, 
<*t. 

333 HonatoB B«lc HR.— Around the city 
limits of Houston, Tex., 80 miles. 

I R H. Harrison. .. ^PreHdent Columbus, Tex. 

tf Jacob B. Fi«ber \84c. <t Trta$ .. Houston, Tex. 

Oeneral office, Columbus, Tex. 

334 KonatoB, Ka«tand ITeat Texas Iftj* 

—Houston to Lpfansport, IW miles. 

1 M. O. Howe. ...^ Receiver. 

3T.W.House«<»»»/Ytf. <ft Trean.. 
«R. P.Hill VUe-Preeident.' 

4 Rngene Dsrgan<..^to.(ft Auditor. 

5 J. C. Marthews . . . . ■ Supfrintend' t . 

6 R. 8. Collins ^O.F.AP. Agt 

7 K. A. Campbell.. . . Ma$t. MeefL.. .. 

H C. Sbelawa Manfer Car B'r 

9J. C.Hill T. D. eft'/?. Te. 

10 J. L. Walsh Road Master... 

II P. Gaul BoadMatter... 

(a) Shrewporf and HcutUm J?i?.--Shreyeport to Lo- 
i^ansport, 40 miles. 



Houston, Tex. 
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SM. G.Howe... 
4 R. 8. Collins... 



President 

Oeneral Man.. 
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Shreyeport, La. 

Houston, Tex. 

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General offices. Houston, Tex. 

335 Honaton and Texas Central Rj.— 

Hoosion to Red Rtrer City, 845 miles ; branches, 177 
miles ; and 

836 Texas Central Rj.— Ross to Albany. 177 
miles ; North Eastern Division, 63 miles. 

OrnoBRB or boto R^xlboaos. 

1 Nelson 8. Easton snd James Rlntoul, of New York, 
N. Y., and Charles Dillingham, of New Orleans. La., 
Joint Receivers for Houston and Texas Central RR 

% B. G. aark. of Houston, Tex., and Charles Dilling- 
ham, of New York, N. Y., Joint Receivers for Texas 
Central Ry. 



3 A. C. Hutchinson.. 
4H Hall«T« 

5 E. W. Care* < • >•. 

6 W. Cameron 

7 G. A. Qninlan 

8D. AUen 

9 A. H. 8wan»on*... 

10 A. Fuilkner« 

It L. A. Daffin 

15 Daniel Ripley. ... 
18 C. P. Huntington.. 
14B.Hawley 

16 L. H. Nutting 

16R.H. HIU 

17 L. C.Noble 

18 James McGee. ... 

1fR.M. Elgin 

SOL Cohen 

ilB.B.Alien» 



President 

Sec. <t Auditor. 

TYe€Uurer 

Ass't Treas 

B.AS.N.Ig.Br, 
En.A8NW.Br 
G. Transp, M.. 
O. P. A T. A.. 
Tr, M. y. JHv. 
Oen.Fgt.Agt,. 
\0. Agt. for Co. 
Oen. East. Agt. 
\Eatt.Pat.Agt. 
\8o. Pat. Agt... 
Master Meek... 
Matt. Car BTr,. 
Land Agent — 
Sfupt.qf Teteg. 
Car Aeeounta't 



New Orleans, La. 
Houston, Tex. 



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Waco, Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 

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Conieana, Tex. 
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Houston, Tex. 



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Houston, Tex. 

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tem*— Continued. 

(a) Fort Worth and New Orieans J?J?.— Fort Worth 
to Waxahachle, 41 miles. 

1 C.Dilllngfaam [President 

8 A. H. Swnnaun....\ Vice-President. 
8 & W. CaTe , Ac. <jt Treas... 

33 T Hnnieaton and SbenandoaM RR 

Hnmeston to Shenandoah, 118 miles. 

1 W. W. BsAdw\n.... Presitient Burll^on, la 

8 James F. How ' Treasurer SL Louin, Mo. 

8 J. H. Ells* «•!•.... As. T. it ^vcl. Clarinda. la. 
4 Ersktne C. Murphy ' ^. .If. <ft <S^ . . . 
6 H. 8. Nel-on< O.F.SP. Agt. 

6 J. 8 Hazen Master Mech. . 

7 David McOreery . . . , Road Master. . . 
8B. P. Griffin Train Master.. 

9 A. HanreyY • >» Car AccounVt.. 

General office, Clarinda, la. 

338 Rnntinsdonand Broad Top Monn* 
tain RR.— Hnutingdon to Mt. Dallas, 46 milvs, with 



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Clarinda, la. 
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branches, 19 miles. 

IB. A. Kniffht \Pretident 

i J. P. Donaldson*. . . \8ec. 4 TYeas. . . 
8 G. F. Gase>M«»Mii{ (Tm. Manager.. 

4 John Fulton i Consult. Engr. 

5 William Bsrkla ...\MasterMecA... 

6 S. B. Knight >P.M.ft-P.A.. 

7 H. A. Lewis ^Road Master. . . 

8 E. C. Fritchey Su/ft. Bridges. . 

General office, Philadelphia, Pa. 

339 Illinois Central Kyatem.— Main Line, 
Chicago to New Orleans, 919 miles; Centralla to Sionx 
City snd Mona. 748 miles— total length of main line, 
branches, etc., 8,160 miles. 



Hnntlngdoo, Pa. 
Johnstown, Pa. 
Saxton. Pa. 
Philsdelphia, Pa. 
HunUngdon^^Pa. 



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1 James C. Clark... 
SStuTTSsant Fiih... 
8E. T. H. Gibson... 

4 John Dunn , 

6E. T. Jeffcry.. . 
8M. C. Markbam. 



Chicaso, HI. 
New York, N. 



President 

Viee-P.iltTyeas. 

Secretary 

Ass.toPresidentChicaigo^ SI. 
Oen.Manager. 
. Asst. to O. M. 



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7 B.F.Ayera AI.L.);GWi.&>/irltor. iChicaco.Ul. 

8 Jas. Fentress (8 L)i Oen. Solicitor. . |New Orleans, La. 

AccN>innnife DBPAimiaMT. 

Gen. iliMf</or.. I Chicago, 111. 

Ft. Auditor...., 

Pass. Auditor..^ 

Car Account^.., 

Trav. Auditor.*. 

Atst. Trav. ^u.< Water Val., Mias. 



9 J. C. Welling.. 
10 F. Fairman.... 
n A. D. Joslhi. . . 
19 B. M. Horton. 
18J. F.Titus... . 
14W. Q. Cole.... 



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16 Henry De Wolf.... 

16 B. Moe 

17 R 8. Charles 

18 John Watkins.... 



Chicago, 111. 



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Paymaster. . . 

LocalTreaeurerC^eYi Orleans, La. 
Asst. Pay MaU.\ 



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19 C. A. Beck 

80 Henry Schlacks... 

91 OranOtt 

t9T. J. Hudson 

88 J. G. 



Chicago, 111. 
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Oen. Svpt .... 
Svpt. Mach . . . 
Pureh. Agent . 
9upt.m.AIo.L. 
8upt. Sou, L. . .New Orleass, La. 



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84 A. H. Hansen 
86 Horace Tncker, 

96 W. E. Keepers, 



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97 D. B. Morey....- 
88 J. W. Coleman... 



Gen.Pass.Agt.. Chicago, 111. 
Oen. Fat. Agt' 
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Ass'tO.P.Agt.. 



New Orleans, La. 



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73 



MONARCH 

PALACE CAR COMPANY, 

INCORPORATED 1886. 



General Offices: 



No. 315 MADISON AVENUE, CORNER 42(1 STREET. 



(Opposite Grand Central Depot.) 



This Company has exclusive control cf the pat- 
ents embracing the novel design of combining in 
0:KE car elegant REYOLVIKG CHAIRS for DAY 
USE and COMFORTABLE SPRUNG BEDS for 
night use. Also of the patents covering the oon- 
s traction of the well-known MOJ^ARCH PALACE 
OBSERVATION CAR ''YMIRr 



OFFICERS: 

H. K. BAKER, President New York. 

D. N. COATS, Vice-President " 

C. J. GRAY, Treasurer « 

G. LE VE, Superintendent " 

W. F. RAY, Division Agent Springfield, Mass. 

W. L. HEYSINGER, Division Agent Evansville, Ind. 

E. L. MARMION, Division Agent New Orleans, La. 

F. A. H A N AFORD, Division Agent St. Augustine, Fla. 



POOR'S DIR&CTORT OF BAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



SBfi minola Csntral Bralsm-TVcuflc Dtpar. 

MOeo.W. Chellal,.l.^M■(«.^.A|7(..(NBwO^I^«Il^ L 

»B. A. Wlnler ifl*«. JJa?. Xfl/. Chic»eo, III. 

-818. B. McCnnnkn.. llitntml Aoml'TSw Oiieuii, Li 

ttFttMiDmggj 'mil OmimW Cblcvo, til. 

nA.SImuwi '.SlaHnner " " 

M L. P. MorahaiiM.. iZViT yljHiif . " " 

»T. K. Kdwkrd \L<imbir aoOc.A " 

MJ.P, Roberta 'inirSMe | ■■ 

Dirmon Bufibiktiiiiimmti. 

STA.W. Ba11lT>D Cltli!. Dlt ^Cilro, HI. 

» J. W. Seyaoor.... AHt.Cllie. IHt.: " " 

aajno.C Jacob*.... .Vo. Mv AinboT, III. 

WD.S.Ballaj Aial.So.niv , 

41 Wm. WllkIn»n.,.;Agrlng>^Ms. SnifDiDcId, III. 

41B.L.Fnebla. KiddSBie,.. I^tiaclll. 

« O. H. StMrni. . . ^ ; '^^^JOJJj^JII- Drb.M. Wl.. 
"" "'" — ..l/ON-o «l». iDnhDqoe.I*. 



«?■. W, Qnioibr 

« Bonce W. CMrke. .tfiM. n« 

4TJ. M. Tnrnar /», <fi rasB r*. 

4BJ.B. Kfrmp C.A.aX.BB. 

MW.Rsoaba* iJrnafr JToct... 



;jui»o 



reneb.. 



..i.Viuf Car A... I 

..Suit. Biidgm..} 

aitpl.T;l.g,.. ' 



SSC.S.JnoM _,,....,...., 

-M Oeori-e U. Dagan. Supt, Teleg iJackaoD, Tom 

U rratn Xatlert.-O. A. Bem. Cblcoaa, 111.: J C. 
Branksr Champilgn. III.; O. W. BatLtr. Cairo, 111.: 
A-i. Poland. AmbOT, III.; W.F.Jacob-. Amboj, 111.: 
0. A. Holt, Clinton. Ill ; C. K, Dlion, J, C. Wcilfall, 
Watarloo, la.; J. S. McNvll. Fort Dorige, ■>.: A. B. 
BUlngion, Jackfon. Tenii.: M. D. ViefElnF, Watn Val- 
llf, Hta».l W. B. ntalMIrlclE, HcComb. HIiil 

M Bond Mailm.-J. M. Ilinlrv, Champalm. 111.; T. 
C. BpaldlDK. rbltaxo, 111 : P. K.botT, Amboj, III : J. 
Jacob*. Duboqna la.: Jobn Bailer. Pootiac. U\.\ J. H. 
MEHlllan, Jackion. Tenn.; I. J, NarLin, Aberdeen, 
HIaa.i J. J. CoDWBj. New Orleani. La. 

m Matttr JKKAnnlM.-J. D. Kilaaii. Ambor. III.; 
Wm-QMISD. Clinton. III.; T, W. Place. WalFrlno. la.; 
T. J. PHw. Walsr Valley, Mln.; W. B. McKenna, 



HcComb, Wi 

PxaasMORB 
B6J. J Bt 
new. ■ 






Nfcho?.;:: 



BaQeorKi'M. Nix... 
MJ.T.Oarner .... 
fllChae.Maraball... 



' '. I Trav. W^jTt'i Kankakse. 111. 

Tm. /n.jl^.lBiomniBCtOD, lU. 
.. TVOF. ™...4ff/,'Diihnque,Ia. 

. .TVan. ^..Ifff.'JackfOB. Hlta. 

, >6oni/ ^gf. jtfft. iMtiT Orlfana, Ijt. 
..Cam. Agml . . iCbteaEO. 111. 

..Can. .:4?^L...lNevUr]cam^ La. 

. Ota. Apmt ,aL Lonla, Mo. 

.. aen.yv.^.AornfChliin), III. 

.,Otn.W.P. ^ffrlMancKeaier.Ia. 



TIF.D. Darwin Tnt.PaH. 

IB J. A. WbeelM.. .. rrar.ftUi.^fli mancne 

74 B. H. Ulller Trat.Jlui. ^ef 'Baffalo 

IB J. A. SangatOD . .. So. Pan. Aaf.'Maaph 

S40 ■lllnoUDItaUnil Kj. 

3u T^Tt tlauie aiul Piuria Ratlii-av. 

341 llllaola and St. LonlB RR.-^ 



8P. T. Bnrlie"" 

7I>! J. Tlmltn..! 
8C. Boibe 



■BJfl ■■ 



..>BtfleTi11a,Ill. 
rIB.St Loiila,I]l. 



342 Indlanapnila, llrealnr and Sprin 

add RH.-IndlaiiapollB lo Decatur. IB^I mill's In 

iDd Hlia<ul|>tl Bl'er RR.) 



* a. W. Bender* 
SJ. B I.Baania.. 
S C. B. McVaJ' ■ 






* Pra.. Now York. K. _T. 
IndlanapDlla.Ind. 



OaiMwr , 

Jfflrf.JfiO»..... 

ij. o. uunun . . . . .. Cont.Afft 1 " 

S43 IndlnnapolUniidETanaTlllcRR. 

9u EvanttUU and bidlanapiilU RR. 

844 ludlanapolla and SI. I.aala Rr- 

Bm"BtJi Line." 

84fi Indianapolis and VInrennc* RH. 

Ste Pennifltania Sifilrm. 

348 Indlanapotla Cnlnn Rt.— Bell BaiU 



mllte: 



; total lenglb. I 



3 W. f . lian 

4 W. H Jac» 



OfH. Tkl.Agl.. 
Otn. Bogg- ist 
KnUliuer.. 



IW, T MniHinin.... Sw. *7Wo*. , 
IC. W. RicUartl«on,.ICA(yA"h|3l'i<!<f! 
Locomotive and Car Rep^ Sbopa It Menilt ataliai 



I C, B. I 

% Auitil 



. Total) 
orbia ." 



Bpriosflc>d.lS:iiailn; tJbloDlr., 
igtb, SH ml Ice. 

ilDdt>(iape1la,lBd. 



J.D.Camp&Bli'! 

aw. W.Lynn. .'.'.' 
II. H. WllroB ... 
8 B. C. DIeh 
« Pord ▼" 

loB. M. : 

11 M. M. Defreea'.. 






0«n.J^..J{rf..; 

/». O.rgt.Aa., 
"- TkfAgnt. 



itwll>.Ind. 

Div.Matt.Mieli Baudaikji. O. 

.. Indian apolltilnd. 

..JBprta^eld.a 

..|tndlanapo1la,Ind, 



l) Ohio SouDurn S^-Binltigfleld to Wellalon. IIB 



Pri^diM NewToTk. N.T. 

V.-Pt«i.*.Tt..\ 
Strretary...... \ " " 

Otn MnnBotr,. lDdianapolla,Ind. 

Oiw. Tkl. Agt.\ 

Qen Fill. <to<.. Springtela, O. 

Sfperinlttid't .. 

CaMer <Indtaupolla,Iad. 



awnberfonebDllj. 
t C. E. HrndenuD. 
BH.M.Bronaon'.,. 

BD. H. Boehe 

T W, B. Van Taiael 



I?" 8m note of explanation on first pagt, 
75 



Sam*l M. Dodd, President. 
John B. Gray, Vice-President. 
E. B. Leigh, Secy, and Treas. 
Geo. H. Poor, Supt. 



NEW YORK OFFICE, 
160 BROADWAY 
JOHN B. GRAY. V.-P. 



AMERICAN 





MANUFACTURERS OF 

AUTOMATIC 

FREIGHT CAR BRAKES 



AND 



Steam Driver & Tender Brakes, 

General Oflaoe at Works : 2d & Tyler Sts., 

ST. LOUIS, mo. 



^ 



t^* We offer to Railway Companies the only 
Exclusively Independent Self- Acting Freight Train 
Brake >vhich has yet been adopted by any Rail- 
^vay in the World^^ Our Steam Driver and Tender 
Brake is acknowledged to be the Cheapest, Sim- 
plest and Best Po^ver Brake now in use. Is now 
used by nearly 200 different Railroads. 



POOR'S DIRBCTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



34S-36S. 



IS W. Hutly 
18C. W. Fiiirbanke.. 
14 O. B. Lockwo<Hl«T« 
16J. U. M. Clas^gett 
1«F. Barna 



Indi«D«polIfi,Ind. 



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Wtjm—OMo Southtef-n Hy.^OLiUinued. 

9 H. C. Norton ..... ^Purch. Agent. . 

10 M. M. Def r««8 .... JEng. Br. A Bid. 

11 John King Matter M*ch,.. 

Traiuffer Agt . . 
Gen. aolicifoT.. 

Auditor 

Car Account' t.. 
Road Maitter... 



New York. N.T. 
ludlanapolisjnd. 



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Springfield, O. 

Trane- 



General office (O. S. Ry.), Indianapolis, Ind 
fer office, 115 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Cteneral office (I., B. & W. Ry.), Indianapolis, Ind. 
Transfer otUoe, .15 Broadway, ^ew York, N. Y. 

849 Indiana^ Illinois, and lawa RR.— 

Kuoz to Utreator, i;tO milus. 



IF. H. Drake 

5 Geo. H. Hole 

8K. Fletcher****.. 
4G. D. L*Huilier... 
6T. P. Bhonts* 

6 J. H. Palmer 

7 K. D.Gregg.. .. 

8 J. D. Ackley 

Vl.W. adam«f • n. 

10 Frank btan ley.... 
11 John J. Holley.... 



President 

Vlce-PreHdent. 
Sec. <jk Treat... 
AifSt. Secretary 
Oen. Manager.. 
Gen.F.<SbP..^gt 
(J. E. cb a. M.. 
MaHerMech... 
Superintend^ . 
S'ip.Bridgee... 
Tiana. Agent. . 
Auditor 



Centervillc, la. 
New York. N. Y. 
ELankakee, III. 
New York, N. Y. 
Kankakee, 111. 



New York, N. Y. 
Kaulcakee, IiJ. 



It J. C. McOnue 

General office, Kankakee, Dl. Transfer office, 96 
Beaver St., New York, N. Y. 

860 Indiana and Illlnola Southern and 
Bloomlield Hy^8.-tiwitz City lu Effingnam, t)8 
miles. 

1 W. H. Alley PreHdent . . . . |8iilllvan, Ind. 



8 J. B. loron. 

8P. ILBlae 

4M.B. Wilson 

6 0. R. Hinkle 

OF. B. Boeler 

7 Charles Say moor.. 

8 W. B. Bernard . . . 

9 J. Lehman . . . . 

10 John 8. Cooper. . . . 

11 W. R. Botienfleld. 



Vice- PreHdent. 'Chicago, lU. 
Gen.Manager. . Snllivau, Ind. 

Treasurer : *' ** 

Awiitor 

G.Fgt.AP.Agt) 

Chit^f Engineer. \^9\e%\\n^ Dl. 

Maeter Mech...\ 

Road Mailer... Snllivan, Ind. 

Gen. ^^iri^or.. Chicago, 111. 

I'raln IHepr. . .ibnllivan, Ind. 



General office, Robinson, 111. 

861 Insalla, l¥hlte Uaplda and North- 
aru RR. 

1 John Baffley President jMeaominee,lIich. 

2 BenJ. J. Bruwn Sec. A Treat .. .\ 

868 Intercolonial Ry. 

SiB Canadian Gitvemfnent Railways. 

858 International Rj,— Lennoxville to Lake 
KeKantic, 67 miles ; branch, 15 miles. 



1 W. C. Van Home. {President 

9 T. G. Shaoghuescy \^ice- President. 



8 A.F. HimpHon... 

4 J. Davidson 

5D. B. McFee... . 

8A.F. Hilton 

7W.B.8mlih 

8 H. Ansell 

9H. Martin 



Treasurer 

Secretary 

GSpdkPtirch.A 

Chmr Eng 

Road Master... 
Master Meek... 
S'lpt Bridges. . 
Trans. Agent. . 



Montreal, Qae. 

•k .* 

Sherbrooke, Qne. 

Montreal, Qae. 
»k >« 

Agnes, Qne. 
Rubinnou, Qne. 
"therbrooKe, <^ae. 



10 A. Law, 

General office, Sherbrooke, Qne 
Lennozville, <ioe. 

864 Interaatlonal and Great 



LennozTlIle,Qne. 
Transfer office, 



Northern 



am Mimimri Pacific System. 

866 loiva Northern Ry*~Coifax to Valeria, 6 
miles. 

President | Davenport, la. 

Vioe-President.\}H9mXoxk, la. 



1 F. H. Griggs* • • >•. 

tD.Syan 

8 GaorfceAuGoodrichi 

4J.S. Wiley 

60. 8. Coach*>«*" 



Secretary 
Treasurer 
Gen. Supt. 



Colfax, la. 
Davenport, la. 
Colfax, la. 



Oiarm l odlee, Colfax, la. 



856 Iron Rallivay.—Ironton to Centre, i? 
miles, branches, 7 miles. 

1 E. E. Floyd {President (New York, N. Y. 

3 John A. FOlsom ... See. A 7V«atf...! Boston. Mass. 



b O C. Clarke. . 
4 George Myers 
6 B. S. Garvey 



G. M. Purch.A. 



Ironion, O. 



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Master Mech. 
Auditor. 
General office, Ironion, O. 

857 Irondair^RancroflandOttaiva Rf. 

— Iroudaie to Kiumoant, Out., lU miles. 

1 Henry 8. Howland President ilrondale, Ont. 



2 Charles J. Pnsey . . 
8 Thomas bboriias. . 

4 P. Howland 

6 Chas. Huichinron. 



V-P.AGenMan\ 

Stcrt'tary 

Treasurer. . .. 
Chi^ Engineer 



Toronto, Ont. 



General office, irondale, ont. 

358 Ironton Railroad*— Coplay 

and Orefleld, tf miles. 



Irondale, Ont. 

to Ironton 



1 Samuel Thomas.. 

2 J. T. Kniuht 

8 William Andrews 



I'ice-Pi'eHdent. 
Sec. A Treas... 
Uert. Sunt., etc. 
Master Mech... 
Road Master... 
Gen. Solicitor.. 



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President Catasaaqua, Pa. 

Treas. d^ /Sec... i Barton, fu. 
Superintend 7. [Ironton, Pa. 

General office, Eabton, Pa. 

369 JTacksonvllle Sonth-Baatern Ry.— 

Jacki»onville lo Centraliu, 112milei»; Pekin to JuckMJii- 
viUe, 73 milet*; llayana lu Hprlugfleld, 47 miles; C'olnm- 
bhina to Litchfluld, 58 miles. Total, 290 mllea. 

1 W. S. Hook* * President Jacksonville, 111 . 

2A. B.Ayertt 

8M. P. Ayers* »• .. 
4K.S.Greenleaf»»'"» 
6IraF. Petrie 

6 George H Dana von 

7 I»aau L. Horriauu.. 

3^0 JTacksouvlde, Tampa and Key 
DVeat Ry.-- Jauktfouville to buufoid, 125 miles ; Bau- 
ford 10 TavHres, 80 miles ; Enterprise Junction to 
Tilnsville, 41 miles ; De Laud Jnuction to De Land. 
4 mllctf ; De Land cJ nnciion to bt. John River (narrow 
gaiiee;, % mllea ; tk>. Jacluonyille to St. Angusiine, ."tti— 
total, as88 miles. 

1 Robt. H. CoWm9J[i. President iCornwall, Pa. 

2 Mason Young i Vice-Prestdeni.\^e^ York, N. Y. 

8 C. C. DemiuK Sec. & Treas. . .1 " 

4 L. C. Demingi •...\A. S. A G.T. ^.'Jacksonvillr.Fla. 

5 E. B. PoweiP •^•^•\Auditor 

6 G. W. Beutley .... Gen. Manager. . 
7M.R. Moran» *....\G.S.AG. P.A. 

8 L. K. Barker^ •• > » . | G(n. Ft. Agt. . . 

9 Alfred B. Maaon . . , Land C. A. G. C. 
low. 8. Sueden. ...\(Jhi^' Engineer 



11 F. B. Hnrlbui 

12 Daniel McCarthy 
18 J. H. Burnett. . . 
14 L. E. (ipencer.... 
16 W. A. »milh 



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Road Master. 
ManttrMech. 
far AecouutH.. 
Supt. Steamb ts 

General office, Jacksonville, Fla. New York office. 
10 Wall bt. Repair shupa at Palatka, Fla. 

361 jrHckaouTllle and Atlantic Rjr.— 

Jackfionville tu Pablo Beach, 17 mllea. 

1 J. M. Schumacher.. President I Jacksonville. Fla. 

Vice Pt evident. 
Secretary . 
Treasurer 
Superintend' t.. 

.iuditor 

thy Engineer. 

set JTameairllle and Waslilncton RR.- 

Jameaville to W aahingtou, m miles. 



2 S. B. Hubbard 

8 J. M. Barra 

4H. S. Ely 

6 Julius Hay den 

6 J. E. Hart 

7E. L. Wentze. 



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2 William Biaaell.... 

8H. T. Fenton 

4Jame8Woric 

5 J. £. Lawrence 



President Philadelphia, Pa. 

Geti. Manager. J KmesviUe, N. C. 

Secretary !Philadelphia,Pa. 

lYeasurtr I ** ** 

A.AG.F.AP.'A\June9vnie, N. C. 

General office, 420 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

868 J'ollf'ty Aurora and Ifortbera Rjr.— 

Completed Irum Joliet to Aoiora, 21 miles. 

1 P. B. 8hamway .... {President IChicago, III. 

2 F. D. Raymond . . . . j F.P. A Trtat.l 



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Large Timher Drbssihc Machine. 



W. H. DOANE, Pretideat. 



"Lightning" Flooring Machine. 



D. L. LYON, SecreUr;. 



J. A. Fay & Co., 

CINCINNATI, OHIO, V. S. A., 

Designers ■nd Maunfttcturers of 

Patent Wood-W orMn^ Machinery 




EAILBOAD 



GOVERNMENT 

ABSENALS, 

HATI YARDS, 

Etc., Etc 

Four Spindle Horizontal Car Borer. 

Complete Equipments Furnished 

MTEBY TOOL WABBANTED. 

BSXlMATEa rUBKiaBED. 

SEND FOR CATALOGUE. 





Cak TBitOHis AND Gainer. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



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86S JTollet, Avrom and lforlli«rn Rjr.— 

ConUnugd. 

S A. D. Wheeler. .... \8ecrefaru 'ChlcAffo, 111. 

4W.C.CowgUl lo.F.AP.A.. 

5F. W. Suttun \AuiHtor . . . 

6H. L. BTana \3upeHnttndU.. 

General office, 511 Royal Luarauce Bldg., Chicago, 111. 

864 jraocUon BR« 

See Fgnntylvania SyiUm. 

865 KaateraklU RR. 

See Ulster and Delaware RB. 

366 Kaaawha and Coal River RR.— 

KAoawba Uiver to Black Baud Irou Jk Coal Co.'a Mines, 
14 inilei». 

1 & M.Farnsworth.. />y«ii/i«n/ 

9 B.M Kam9worib,Jr Ti'eatfurer 

8 C. M. Baker Secretary 

4 A. M. WooldretJge Supi AG.F.A, 

General office. Spring Hill, W.\ a. 

867 Kanawha and Ohio Ry.- Corning, O., 
to Charleaton, W. Va., Ii27 mi.etf. 



Boston, Mass. 



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1 Erwin DaTis . . . 
t Nelson Robinson . 
9E. R. Inland. . . 

4 Thomas K. Sharp 

5 William Bonner. . 

6 G.J. Ermlich.... 



Prevident I New York, N. Y. 

: Vice Prtfident.^ 
'See.di Treas..A " " 

Gen. JfanagrtfT. I Charleston, W.Va 

Auditor 

Oen.P.d. F.A..\ " »» 

General office, Charlenon, W. Va. 

368 Kansas City Belt Ry. 

1 George H.Nettleton President.. . .'KanMS City, Mo. 

2 C. WT Smith Vice-President. Topeka, Kan 

8W. J. Perry Secretary. 

4 B. Wilder '• Treaswer .... 

5C.C. iUpley \Auditor 

6 W. B. Knight Chi^Sngineer. 

7D. K. Smith Superintefid't.. 

General office, Kansas City, Mo. 

369 Kansas City* Clinton and Spring- 
fleld Ry. 

See Kansas City, FortSeott and Oulf BR. Co. 



Kansas City, Mo. 
Toptfka, Kan. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



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8T0 Kansas City, Port !leott and Gulf 

• Co.— Comprising ihe roads named below. 

Gbkteiull Opbbating OrriCEUS. 

iGeorgeH Nettletoni^en. Manager.. KAnttM City, Mo. 
tS W. W. Fagan ' • »» SupetinUntVt. . ' 

a M. L. Sargent (^n. Fgt. Agl..' 

4 J. B. Lock wood. . . Gen.P. A T.A.. 
6B. L. WinchelL. 4 A.U.P.A T.A.. 
« J. V. Parker Ast. G.F.A....^ 

7 8. M. Hibbard .... Gen. Bag. Agt. ' 

8 J. 8. Ford* . (JOmptrvlter. . . . 

9 J. H. Aldrich> « • i« CoM. d Paym. 

10H.P. Jaqaes \Puroh. Agt.... 

11 H. C. Sprague. . . . Supt. Teleg 

is J. 8. McCrnm \Mast. Mec/ianic 

18 James Blssett ; For. qf Shops. . i 

14 A« N. Montier , Mast. Car Br.. 

16 H. J.Hall \For. CarPnt..\ 

16 L. K. Spaflord. . ..\Q. Boad Mast..^ 

17 H. H. Moles \No. Pass. ^0^.. Cedar Ranids. la. 

18 A R. Newton \i^.W. Puss. Agt. ' Kan •>as City, Mo . 

19 Chas. Jones ,So. Pass. Agen VMemphlSt Teikn. 

90 C. O. Johnson [Die. Fgt. Agt..\ 

91 Norman C. Jones.. G.A.,F.<ib P.D.\Vew Orleans, La. 

** ^oAJ.*"^."^.' \''^'^' ^' ^-^^l^^lSprlngneld, Mo. 

COBPOBATK AMD DiTISlON OmCBBS. 

(a) Kansas City, Fort Scott and (?u(f B B.—K&tibmm 
CUy to Springfield, 902 miles ; branuhes, IbO miles. 

1 H. EL Rannem^W... [President 
S Charles Merrlam. . . -Sec. S Treat . . 



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4B. J.Perry 



Gen. Auditor. 
Jhv. Supt 



Boston, Mass. 
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370 Kannas City, Port Seott and Gnlf 

RR. Co*— COKFORATB AMD DlTlHlOM OmCKBS. 

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6 8. W. Clapp 

6 H. K. Bates 

7 M. Lyons 

8 J. Lyons , 

9C. P. PhUbrick... 

low. R. Wot)d 

U U. W. Diggins... 
19 P. T. Bntlerly 



Chief Eng... . 
Fii'. L & C. B. 
Div. B'HidM... 
IHv.BoadM... 
Div. Boad M... 
Dit.BttaaM... 

Div. Supt 

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Ft. Scott, Kan. 
Cherokee, Kan. 
Springfield, Mo. 



ib) Kansas City, Clinton and Springfield By.—Ctdtr 
Junction to Ash Grove, IttB miles ; branches, 9 miles. 



1 George U.Nettleton 
9 Charles Merrlam . . . 

8 J. 8. Ford 

4B. J. Perry 

68. W. Clapp 

6 Chas. Cain 



President , Kansas City. Mo. 

Treasurer , Boston, Mass. 

Secrttary Kansas City, Mo. 

Div.Suitt 

ChUfEngineer.xVt. Scott Kan. 
IHo. Boad Jf...iOlatho, Kan. 
Div. Boad jr...|A8hUruTe, Mo. 



7 W. A. Ferguson . , 

General office, Kansas City, Mo. 

{c) Kansas City, St)rin{'firld ttnd Memphis BB.— 
Springfield to Memphis, mi miles. 



1 George H.Nettleton 
9 Charles Merriam. . . 

8 J. 8. Ford 

4 John H. hnllivan. . . 
&G. a. Nettleton ... 

6Q. W. Horton 

7M. Lynch 

ej. E. Beck. 

OU. A Cook 



President Kansas City, Mo. 

Treasurer Boston, Mass. 

Seiretary Kansas City, Mo. 

Div. avpt Memphiit. Teun. 

Chief lf9,gin'r..,}S.Si\\eeM Cnty. Mo. 
.Astt. Chuf En. >priiigfield, Mo. 
Fin-.L.A'i'ar Jt.'\i\a.yet, Mo. 
.iH»t. G. B. J/.-i-JoLesboro', Ark. 
Div. BfHtd J/... I Springfield, Mo. 

General office (K. C, S. A M. Ky), Bohton, Mass. 

Genpral office (K. C, Ft. S. A ii Ky.), Kansas City, 
Mo. Financial office and Transfer Agency, 96 Sears 
Building, Boston, Mass. 

371 Kansas City, memphls and Blr- 
mlucliani UR.— (bee '' Poor's Manual.**) 



M.. 



1 G H. Nettleion... Pies. A O. 

9 Chas. Merrlam .... Trea^iurer 

8 J 8. Ford S*c. A Compf. 



4 Wallace I'ratt 
6R. H. Elliott 

6 A. W. Gloster 

7 John S. Foster.... 

8 Frank J. Aid. 

9 T. S. Newcomb . . 

10 J. C. Turner 

11 John U. Sallivan.. 

19 M. L. Sargent 

18 J. B. Lockwood... 
14 H. P. Jaques 



Oen. Attorney.. 
Chi^Enginter. 
Prin.Assf.Eng. 
Ass't Engineer. 
AssH. Engineer 
Ass' t . Enfjlne.tr 
Ass't.Enginttr 
Sup. of Trans.. 
Oen. Ft. A</et>f. 
Gen.P.AF.Ag. 
Purch. Ag*-nt . 



Ik)st(m, Mass. 
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Birmingham.Ala. 
Tupelo, Miiu. 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. 
Columbus, O. 



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Kausaa City, Mo. 



General office, Kansas City, Mo. 

372 Kanaas City. HU JToseph and Conu- 
cliRlumiRR. 

See CMcago, Burlington and Quiney BB. * 

373 Kansas City and Southern 

Osceola to East Lynne, 67 miles. 



1 William Bailey 

9DeW. C. Blair 

8JohnO'Grady 

4 F. M. Green 

5 H. W. Salmon 

6 W. B. Kane 

7 David Siiliinger.... 

8 O. U. McKinney. . . . 
W. P. Johnson 



Pres. A O.M.. St. Louis, Mo. 
Secretary.. . .1 " •* 

Oen.Sol.AA.S.^ *• " 

As.G.M.AP.A. Clinton, Mo. 
Treasurer. ... 
O. F. A P. A.. 
Superintend' t. . 
.Vast. Mechanic 
Car Inspector.. 



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374 Kansas City, Sprlnsdeld and IHeni- 
plils RK. 

See Kansas City, Fort Soott and Gulf BB. Co. 

876 Kansas City, l¥vandotteandNortta- 
ivesteru RR.— ProJKCteu from KanHan City north 
and northwest to Dakota, 150 miles. Construction now 
in progress on eastern end, and 30 miles of track laid. 

1 W. D. Bethefl \President IMemphis, Tenn. 

9 K. B. Armour ....\\st Vice-Pres. . . | Kansas City, Mo. 



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SVS-Wl. 



'i Kanass CllTi VvMidoiM and Harth- 

wealarn ttSt.—CoiMnvid. 

rBwaunKrb \iil Virt-Pm. .IMempbli. T>nn. 

V.J. Ferrr. "■" " 



^A,|B.. 



,.Wy.n 



6E, SujomerJetd. 

TtiJa rood Lb boiniF bailt by a corponllon knnnn ai 
ths Nartbwmern CoiutTDciiuD Uompuiy. bavins the 
(ullnwlDjr offlc«» : ff. P. Dunnvnnt. Pmidcnl , ITutla 
Kelly, Vic«-Pnirideiit: M H. Buckioghwii. Trauurer, 
Memphli, Tenn. ; jAtoti Srit, HL'cri.'Ury, Llllle Rock, 
Ark, ; E. SuinmiTfleld, Snpl, 

3T6 Kanaaa and OnU Short Line BB.— 



Tylsr 



3 T, R. Bon 
i B. U. Ciii 



iioa....'PniiliUnl Trier, Tei. 

■aiton..\na-Pruidmt.,Se'i- York, N. T. 

i« iTrrmarer . - . . Tylet.TBt 

\Secrilatg I " 



. '0<MJ:<tP.J..\ 

_B E H. WeJta I (7*y tSaffiRetr\ 



99% KeyaUna C*ml Ootnpanr'* BB^An- 

80. Sd St., Phllsddpbia, Pa. LncomoiWe and Oar Re- 
pair Sbopi al MeyeradiJe, Pa. 

.nd IVeatem RB. 

»T. C. W«le«.r.."."...|«., Tf. (t iiid.', Wic 
"D.H.Bbodea \Cii^ £nfflaier\ 



1 T. W. Nasb 
1 B. W. Folm 
i J. a. Tajln 



Otn. JI. i( Stifi 
J«(, S., T. if.. 
6m.F.iP.A 
Otii.Tict,Agl.. 



■ eiM(B*B. Harper*. ima. 



4 J. M. Kallj. 



u— .u.uuHi \(M^ angiitttri 

a Cbarlra H. PbUt. ..\aoadMtul»r...\ 
7 W. W. Lajmaa . . . . Ilfat. Jftalon4«.| 

Oemral offlce, Ht. SUtllog, Kf. 

381 KeBinekr KnloD BB. 

ir-D-Carley. jPniiiUnt ILoniivUl*, Ky. 

MBLJohnBoyle ll'ia-Prtrt'imt.i 

ac.T.coiiiag« Ls«,<*r<*flj. 

4C. B. Lowry Suwrfn^niiml Cliy Cllr, Ky. 

BW. A-Gann IC/flt/ A'rtfffn«r|LniiiglQn, Ky. 

OflMral ofllce, LoalaiUle, Ky. 

88S KerHlvne Coat CoBpanj^a BB,— 
jDDOtlmi u>. A Ounn. RR.) to Kayatoas ndnea, B mllea. 

JHsirjA. Stilet. ...|/>PHt'i«i( iPbUadelphla. Fa. 

aF.H. WiUtaiiia',...|aM. d- Trea>.,.\ 

aeoanl oIBm, MayendalB. Pa. Traufer olBce, SOB 



....\tftn.Siipt.... 



*e.H.L(«un 

. i_ - . [p,l,ware»Ilne,JI. 

Q«n«nl oIBm. SOS Walnut Street, Pblladelpbia, Pa. 
S«0 Laka Cbamplalo and Morlah B». 

-Port Henry to Hlnevlfie, 8 mllea. 

1 0«arga R. StaermacliVwIdmJ IPoit Hsnry, NT. 

S Albert Tower.. _.., I TVwiniw |Poo((hkeB|wleNy 



K. B. Hadding [Saperlidc 

Oeneral office. Port Henry, N. Y. Agency, Poofh- 
ksepsle, N. Y. 

Sei Lake Coauty (Foraat) BB.— Elk [a 
Foreat Terminal, 13 mlle- 



. . I Otn. Managtr..\ LDdlneton,HUb, 
..\a«jifHnliaa'l..\ " 

..\CAltfBltetntM 



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8TS Kanasa f»tr, WrsBdotta and Nortlf 
iraaiam HB.— (AnUniKd. 

SKawnuDXrb. lid na-Pm... 

4 W.J. Ferry ... . '-■ ■■ 
SfiHDDel W. Clapp..., - ..„ _ 
eS. 8iimniertlBlif....ISnp;:,^i 
Thla rrad la boioi bulll by a 



Iha North wMi em Coostrnqiioii Companv. having iba 
rolliwlng olDceni : W. P. UaDSTanl. PceaidcDl , Hartlo 
K«11t. VTce-PfejIdent; M S. Backlngh*!!!, Tmaanrer, 



Mtmpbt), 

Ark. : E. ' 

S78 1 



*, 8. Hemdon ...\Pmiiiint Tyler, Tet 

[iDgh aievcngon.. nct-I'raidei,t.,I(K« York, N. T. 

r.tL Bonner \TTtaiinr.... Tyler, Tat 

S.B.Calu |a«rt(iir» 1 - 



8W. 



.. .: Q»n\»oa Rtaistr 

>, Ilemdon 'Agt.Jitr Am. . 

.Paymatttr . . . , 






TB.B. Cain... 

■ BK.lI.Gi»« OMj'.dP. 

• S.H.Walla 'CAU/ Sngin 

10 S. P. BrottglilaD... Audilor.... 

11 T. W. Clatnun .. Otn. Sunt. 
IS V, K. 3lBYBu«on*„ «>w«doi ^1 
II W. R. Hemdun ~ ■ ' 
IIJ. J.Baslleh.... 
la H. 0. WomeJdur 
ItS.M.Oosf"". 

GcneraJ orOca, Tjler, Tei. 

37T Banaui, Nebraaka aod Dakota Rr, 
—Fort ScuU, Kan., ta Topeka, Hmx., 130 milae. 

1 JohoKetlet iPreiUtnl lUDcagMr. Pa. 

:t L. L. Boih r.i>.c(0«n.Jf.. Ft.ScoLt.Ku. 

3 Alei. HcUaw Tteaiartr ■' " 

4M, VanhollliigBr..,. Sjfflworv, " " 

•" W.Bnab \A'ti>taT - " " 

I. Drake |^jvHnf«ndtn(|3«ddJa. Ho. 



s n. w. I 



>tl, Kan 



Rlchlbi 



a J. D. I'Qinne 



37B Knat Norlkarn 

Junction, XT uulea. 

1 Henry OLcary... Frftldtnl 

" " ' IrvBL. Plix-Praldittl. 

t 'Sec a Titai.. 

... . ta.....Om.ManaBtT. 

BE. E. Phair. \GtB. Sapt 

8 W. Brown iBitaiaur. 

7D. W. Brown ' A-.'dUOT A Agt. 

BJunea Marry \Soaii Malir... 

SK. Amlrean \XaiUT MteA... 

to Wllllam A. Btown.|£up(. BHdJtI.. 
STS Kentucky Central BR. 
Set Chaapeala and Ohio Ry. 



— Ht. Blsrlln; Ic 



1B.__ 

ac. W. Want 

I Oeorga B. Harper*. 
4J.1L Kelly 






Cnilhlant,'Ky. 
Ut. BterllniiTKy. 



Pm. A am. ( 

A.do!f^dP.'A 
OA^fBngiiufT I 

Boad Hatter... S 

Lnyman.. 
Oenaral oDlce. Ut. atarllog, Ky. 
881 Kenlnckjr Dnion BR. 

IF.D.Carley \PrMdeiit ILonleTllla. Ky. 

lat. JohDBoyla \vlct-pTi>i'lnfU.\ 

B U. T. ColllDEB \Stc.ATieat.. " " 

4 C. B. Idwry A'upertnfcBdenf Clay City, Kj. 

SW. A.Oiinii |CWi;nffiB«r|LtiingLon, Ky. 

Oenaral offlca, LnnlaTllle, Ky. 
SBB KejHtone VoaX Cenipaar<a BR.— 
JnnoUon (P. * Ounn. RR.) to Keyelona Wnee, 8 mile*. 

IHe&iyA. Sllim...APn1'Hnl jPhlladelphla, Pl 

af.B.WiaiKa^....\Sic.ATnat...\ 
aenenlofflo«,]leyera(lale, Pa. Tramfer office. tOt 



SSS Keralona Coal Company'a RR.- 

So. Sd St., Philadelphia. Pa. Locomotive and Car 
pair Sbopa at Heyaradsle, Pa. 
383 Kinsman, Pratt and Weatern I 

—Kinsman to CuUtaon, 44.« mllee. 

IB. W.Kinsley \PmiiIaH... ..IBoMon, Va* 

1 T. C. Walea S., IV. A Jud., Wichita, Ku 

■ D.H.Rhodea \ciltf Saginierl 

884 Klantoa and Peoahrobo B 
Kingaton to Bar' — —-.■--■■. '■— '-•• 

IC. F. HlldiT- 

tJ. D. FJ.mor 

- if; 4 Si 



nllea) biai 



rajftr* 

ej. Bwirt 

T F. Conway '*'•' 

BP.Ctark 

• T.W.Naih 

lOW.Krwln 

UT. W. Sa-h 



aj. C.C 



s 

Omjr.AP.A.. 
Chii.Tick.Ast.. 
Ma. itacMnfn 
Cki^r Enginen 
ffoad Mailer., ■ 

aupi. ririagit.. 



IJohnT. B«ny« \prrtlaml. 

SF. H. Low'* \TnaMurtr. 

»3. O. Blchardaon... Seentary. 
4 Wm.L, White* ".'«.<« G.^n 
SC. L. ' 



AT, 



WaldoboTO, He. 



8 WllllaJD A. Field. . . iMat.KiMaUt. 
TWlitlam D.LndvlgfiDadJraaler... 

Ganaral olBca, Bath, Me. 

888 Knazvtlla and Ansnata BB. 

8b SichaiMd oatf Witl AiM Ttrtninat. 

887 Kn«XTlllaandtlewBlT«rBB.— Rob- 
Una to Haworth, 10 mile*. 

CbMlM8!adler.....|nM**M(;...._.IJerfeyClli, N.J. 



m.B\n.t 



ly City 



,NJ. 



888 Iiaekairanna and niuburg BB.— 

LadiannnajDiictloa to PltlabiuE JoDCtlon, 41 allies : 
wllh braachea, 80 milei. 

10eargeD.Uhapman,|Sastiwr4nw.|New Turk, N. Y. 
t Fnnk fi.fimltti .... V.P. A ^^for.. Angelica, N. Y. 
SCharlea S. Kimball.^. «eT>AM...|New York, K. Y. 

4 U. S. Blalr*«»»'i.UiH/. A .li. IV., Angelica, N. Y. 

aW.B. Badger jOm.Supt " " 

8W.0.BooUi< \t3en.F.AP.A.\ " 

General office. Angelica, S. Y. Looamollve and Car 
Repair Shape at Angelica, 14. Y. 

889 I>ae I.a Belle and Oalnmet BB.-Lac 
La Belle to Delatrare Ulne.S mUea. 

I Henry C. Da»a . . . . liVuldant | Philadelphia, Pa. 

aO.H.LewaiB. {Sie. A Tnat. . .\ " >' 

1C.H. Palmar* lOm. 3iipl. |p«lawBrellln«,H. 

Qenen) offlce, SDS Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

890 Iiabe Cbamplaln and nortah RR. 
-Fart Henry to Hlnevllle. B mUea. 

George R. 8herman|/'hi»(((«/ IPorl Henry, N.Y. 

J Albert Tower Tnamrtr PooghkeepeieN V 

5 Frank S. Wltheihee SBT<(afT Port Henry, N.Y. 

B.B.Haddlng \3«jMrinitnd-l..[ 

General oSlce, Port Heaty, N, X. Agency, Pongh. 
keep>la, K. Y. 

881 Lake Conuty (Foraat) BB.— Elk to 
Foreal Teimlnal, IS milea. 

Tbomaa R. LyQD...|0in. jranai7«r..|LadlnK(on.Mlch. 

K. A-Malltn. ... SuiwHnuna'l.. '• 

Chaa. Wallenger. . . .| C»l<< fflwil««ri 

Lacomotlte and Car Bepalr Shop* at Sik, lllcb. 



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KWH'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICTALa 



tM lAka Itric, Alliance asd SoBlIierp 



Ka Bnc, All 

_. jholz to Ptulmu. «i mlJci, iKeorinnii 

CJeiiOuid, YoDDgBtown >a<L PilUbori Rfi.j 

A. L.OriffiD \/YitliUnt l&llluin. O, 



Hod 



la. J, William*.., . 'J rice-ZVui^g 

SO A. Hunt .\stertla,g 'New T. 

*T, T. BacUe/ TVeomrer 

» JI. K. Scnntoa |SBp*rtBi««f(, .|ai11»o« 

Qencraltifflce.Allluice, O. 

893 I>>kcBrie«iidWea(cmllr.-Sudi 

— c — .. ._.. i to KichU. 







T OS. Hilt lOtntral dSpt.. 

e Q. W. snitth' 0«.Aiw.2^.. 

«W. 3. WeiHl \0m. Ffft. Jlot.. 

10 J. L. Ht^t,ia....'Syp,rv. B.AB. 

11 .1. P. Oiiddl* TranAuiOtBr.. 

MT-H-Pmry C.BIng.AP.A. 

Om. AlUrnrt.. 
Sup. Baulam, , 

Tr^n UaiHr.. 
TratFal Aat. 
Trtminiid Agl 
TrmMlKi Agt 



ItW.P.Oolin. ..;. 
H W. K. HukedorD. 

UH.L.Coupu 

ItJ.H, Klein 

n W.d.BrlmMD..,. 
18W. P. JenkHn.... 

KIA. A.Jack 

tl W, W. WflDtE, Sr. 

MP. X. GilUDitta... 

WTboouLiMer..., 

MT.OrHnluid 

«R.J.Cnll 

■I K. J. Keller 



FOiRiui C. B. 
Far. nf Ript, . 
par. if Rtpt, . 
For.^Rtpa., 
For. if Rtjtt.. 



Tbis coapiuiT H 

th«lniUnii|»l(,sI , 

CftiA liuiriuiipollB aud Cliici 



». Pern AChiiiEoBj.,1 



andDnkv, O. 

-xfijrtie. iDd. 
BloonlBguin. til, 

i'i'&'lchtmi 



.ILi, ti 



Tilia ftlu., comprlfiiig lisr Itne frgio IndiaDiwil 
to Mlcblgu Cltf, Ind., now opetatlDg Itu the 

IndiaitapolU and IBchigm CUy DiiMtm. with tha 
followlns ditUIOD ofllHn • 

WS. B. SwMl |fffi,rfftu..4o(. 'Pern. Ind. 

»lC.K,Di.fiB .\rr.M.d^av.Td\ - ■■ 

»tJohnH««il» . ...\MatUr Jf/ch....\ '■ 
•SFIorenccaQlilvin \Soad Matler...] " " 
MTooa. J. Kmitt...:For. Br.,t£u.\ '■ " 

'Ooncral oRIcb, Bluomlngtao, lU, 
_3A4 Lake Gcorsa and IHaakecon River 
ItH.—Baller station lu WIgierfleld. SU) mile*. 

Tula la a private logRln j railroad, OBned bj C. H. 
Hacktey A do., o( Mu-TrEgSi,, MlcH. ' 

395 I<>kefltaore«ndnileblcaa Honlbem 

Br.-Boffllo lo Rnlciso. Mil miln; braachea. BOO 
— -i; total laoElli. 1 JHO milea. 



I Wd. S.V.nderbl 
SJobnNein]] . 
SAdaiaoaUllla.. 
4tl.D. Worceai*.... 
BDwiRbl W. Pardee 
• N, BartletC • • i«. 
7KdvBtdaa]Iap.. 
ep, P. WriKht ... 
tJ. T. B. UcKar.. 



MA. J. Smim. 

IlK, C. Lnce 

UJoUbQ.Jubm... 

UII.H.Oba*e 

MC.P.Leland*'* 

UI.,acla(ke 

MG.S.Bard7 

IT Oeo. C. QreeD*. . . 
ISOO.aelxen.Dauni 



rork, N. T. 
asTelaad, O. 



ffm. aupt... 
On. J'V'. '<ff(.. 
ffm.f.*rJ[ff( 
A.a.P.dT.A 
Aal.O.Fffl.A. 
AiH. Q. Fgt. . 
AuaUir 

CAitTSiur. 

Au'tCklifKig 
Om. Gbunwr. 
Aitl. Btn. COu. 



chiun.ni. 

ClaTaGud, O. 



30fi Ldka Kfeore mmA niehtcan SonikrrB 



SSJohoKlrb* O.Mail.Car 

W Uwi* C. Ulntai.. rVnA. .Ifffn 

*70.H, Wreh*".. . CcrAeoKiU' 

ago. U. Held avpl. Bridge. 

atJ. L. Frmman.. " - "-- '- 



Cle •eland. O. 



UcMo, ill. ■ 
leveland. O. 

_iifflilo',N T.' 
Chlogo.lU. 

Cleteland, 0. 

Chicago. HI. 
Clevrrand, O. 
PlRabars. Pa. 
Jackaon. Mien. 
HlllKlale, lllck. 

Ssitara 9«H>iaiL 

ISC.B Conth 'SupfTinteKn..\Cit1ritoi.Q. 

SO D.Richard ffn^jBMr. . .. 

7JahDRoblDKiI].... Mait.JferA iBnffalo.M, Y. 

9 J. S, Urahara Iltul. Mtth.... ICIeveland, o. 

I)A_C. Kobaon J/ml.Oir fl'r..lBii(ralo. N. If. . 

}.T. Wllhycomb ...\Matl, Citr f r,. CleTcland. O. 
1 W. ii.i:aai%aet...MoadMiuUT..\Ki\t, I'a. 



Si Tbof. Pl»htr, J 
ntlJ. U. aatibiirD... 
■ Smjib.... 




3 U.S. Hou|h(an..,l£Da<f J(] 



MieMfaK ZHrUtoH. 



.Aa^nitr TnloIii.O. 

. . \Ma>l. Car. fir..|Adrian, Ulch. 
.. JtaadMailtr.. iTMvio.O. 
..KoadMaMrr '" ■■ " ' 



..lAdri 



"iUZ 



MW. L. O[]mort.... \aiaiUr If kA. 

SST.B.Ktrby iHatitr Car t 

MGco. ttlnm iKoad Mailtr 

(17Jo»iih fool, \lioadM""f 

08 T. V. WbllleliW}.. Asod ATi 



WiiUm £Hiri<ltin. 
\stipfri«t*tui't.jC'n\i!Ufi,V\. 

Chicago) 1l>' ' 
KendallvlllF. ta«. 
La Piirte. Iiid. 

EDgtfWDOd, lU. 



tl.JioaaM<Jt 



IglBWDOd, 11 

ifcago. 111. 



TOO. H. MclntTn,,.iAiBfrinf<iidV..,Youngatown, 0. 
7lO.C.Vaat<aB....\lloadMaHrT...\ ^■ 

Dtl., Xm.,-Fin-, Bund, and Jack. Branekit. 
no. B. Waicoal«,,1Aip'r1iUmd'(., 'Detroit, Mick. 

ti Geo. Crocket {Road Matter.. \iiantae. Mkh. 

£aii«., I)mU.. and Afrt tTaims Branc/ui. 
TtW, a. Cannlfl... ,|.9unirlnanire..|HlllBda1e. Hlcfa. 

7» Charles SlelD '/ftwd if «(«■... 

TSO. W. Uerrcll \8oad lfafttr...[ 

Oraiut Jtaptdi BraiuA. 
77 M. S. Wattlai jSupin^nteiurt . IKalimaioo.lIIek 






trmi oDIce. Cleiriand. O. 
47, Grand Ccntnl Dcpol. 



one* 



* Su note of e^ianation on firtt page. 



MASON MACHINE WORKS, 



TAUNTON, MASS. 




BUILDERS OF 



Adapted to Every Service. 



L 



PROVIDENCE, R. I. 

CHARLES FELIX MASON, Ptes't. EARL PHILIP MASON, Vice-Prei't. 

WfLLIAM P. CHAPIN, Treas. ARTHUR LIVINGSTON MASON, Sec'r. 

JOSEPH LYTHGOE, Agent and Supeiiniendent. 



MANUPACTVRERS OF ALL CLASSES OP 



LOCOMOTIVE ENGINES, 



FOR BROAD, STAIDARD AID HARROW GAUGE ROADS, 

IR OWN DESIGNS, and from Speoifioatlone F 

-ALSO,- 

BOILERS, TANKS AND AXLES. 



From OUR OWN DESIGNS, and from Speoifioatlone Furnished. 

-ALSO,- 



POOR'S DIEECTORY OP RAILWAY OFnCULS. 



I IiaMolll* Taller BnoN^loa KR.- 

I FMat, N. r., lo Haqum, Vl. ItioUei. lUpen- 

xth.rmit....]PriMint. .. .IBo«on.M««. 



Bnncta. Imim. 

I Via. C. atSif, 3i..\Pr*Mdftl Volrann, W. Vi 

IF H. Wimm.*...J»rmtan, IPtaU^clpbte. F 

> Hsurr A. SUlM ...\rrtiu«rtr....A 

Tbi Wmt Vi. TkihpostjITIOII Co.. I.rRiKC, 
Opcntliig till rokd. 
1 OenrgBB™dIih....|frnrtrf«i' B^yJ'We.N, T. 



H. C. C.Cburch. . 



,WV 



le. Tr.a O. U. 

, .7, V*. Tiwufer oflkc, 

a» So. Third St. Pbllid«lphia, Pi. 
3VB Latrreocs apd Bmporim RR. 

3B9 LawreareTille Br«ark tt^. 

.Sh fflMnvMd and Dan\1iU Sf/ltm. 

r'Kwortb, T«pck« aa< Soath 

■a F! HR. 



40« L#&t«li and Hudson 

Bslvldereto Qraj Conrt. 03 mllH. 

I Qrlnnsll Burt Pret. it Ofn. V. 

8 JoHph B. Barrl«,.i na-PriHiltnl. 
~ ~ ' .. Stentary. 



4 JobnBajer"! 



I* I'rtai.aO.P.A 



River RR.- 

Wirwlck. N.T. 
PhllidelpbliL Pa. 
BroakljD. M. Y. 
WwTrick, N.Y. 



eA. jlMiif. 



WuwicS. 



SN. L. Fn 

a Fnuik B. 8ml' 

7 K. M. Bnnold 

t< CbulM Ci1dw_ _ . 

g John Sanr AireA. jlc 

IflStottMlU* .. -' -< 

11 P. W. BeiTMt. 

Ocncnl oOlce. Wu-tiick. N. y. Tniufer oflliia, IDl 
BnadHf, New York, N. Y. 

40S LetaUk aad Idckawanna RR.- 
BBIUiben Id Btugor. 81 ailM. 

1 r.C. Tinwll iVMldMl |PhUid>1pblB.Pi. 

■ B. Bbepbard BK.ATrtat...\ 

SC.F.Bowell AvaUor 

4 E Hill. Oriifral Agtnl .' 

B H. B. Piih Agtnl ....Wind il»p. P«. 

404 LchlKli Vsller ■>■• 

Qekibal Ofibitihs OmciBi. 

1 John TiiTlor \OtK. IVivRc JT. Belblfhem. Pa. 

S J. H.H«koi»n..,!(«n,jrfli. Xi7r..|>(ttocliObunl[,P». 

■ E, B. BringloD*.. Otn. Fan. int.] " 

« AWNonnaioubar' Om. Tkl. Agt..\ 

B JoliD Whilttv,.., An't (/.F.ial. 

• I.lfcqiillkiD>'*..Ju(III()r 

T C. H. Wobb Aii.Thr. ru. 

fi A. V.^lxABxaa-.'CliitfB'igiHirr 

B Am P, Blakalw ' ■ On, Car. Afff. 
— ■•-■' 'Si.pt, OkKB™. 



1U J. I. Blakniec. 



^bla. Pa. 

.>«rA S(Wi/'.''PlilU<lolphl«, P». 
.auMfr l.-oalB. Maocb Chunk, Pa. 



» wio.Horrti.Jr. 

ConmKAn xj 

M MUgh VaOet fi«. -Perth 

1« mllg* : with bnncb«, 1H it 

1 B, P. Wllbor \ptaldftil. _ ._. 

> Chaa.HarMhoTDe.|Pl«-A'»M>n( I PhUadetpbla, Pa. 



404 LeblKb Tatler BB.-CokroBATB tun Di- 



SR. H. Sarn M rte*-Pru... 

4 Jobn B. Fanibaiig Snmlani 

5 W. C. Aide™™*,. TWw. rt P. A. 
a H. S- Ootj^iila.. ...On. SypC. .... 



S J.DonndlT 

10 A. MKcbell 

11 J. 1 KlnMT 

IS DatldClarfc,... 
IS Jobn Campbell. 



. iSHB*. tf. J ac.'PwthAmboy. N J 
rs.W.JUM. M.VIlkmbvie Pu. 
ADtr.M. jr.....'B, Bailon, Pa. 
..Biv.X. jr.....lHailr!tDn, Pa. 
.'IHr.M. M.... Delano, Pa, 
.\Dic. if. ilf.....iWeathBtli, Pa. 
.\a. K. Fgl. Atil. iitw SToik.N.y- 



18 T.J. KIbh 

le W.B. Bmlth . .. ICVuTkt. Aft.' 

17 C. ll,CunirnlBg»..,(?.fcni«.J(r(J " 

18 P. C. Doyle I O.JVo. Pan-Agf BnSilo. N.Y. 

(61 Otnera.ltAacaaiidSaBTrSB.—Oeattt lo P«n»- 



S WllliimC.Aldenan;2>«a..Enir.. 
4 J, ELFanihawa... \Stenlarf,... 
am. Bt.pt... 



• Tlioauullci.'arthj,i5nid 
I J U Whkv Jfiurn-i 



Packenon. Pa. 
SarrcPa. 



Oenaral offlM, «» Bo. TUrd Bt. PhUidelphU, 
let Pauutilimibt <utd JV*v York Caruil *. BB. i.'o 
WIlic«bam to New York Slaw Line. 104 mllea : u( 
bnnehea, 48 mUaa. 
I Elld« P. Wilbur 
a Cbai. HartilKinK 

4 Wm. C. Aldenoi 

B J.K.Fan>ha«e.. 



7 OuirlM Kulluu. 

8 A. HlubgtI... . 

9 Cod HnrlBj.. .. 

10 J. B. LniU 

11 U. Whim 

UJ.K. Rabn.. .. 
11 Philip RcUlj... 



_. .. Philadelphia, Fa. 

M nu-Prm.. .iBelhlehem. Pa. 

7VRi.ieAir.A.pbiiftd«ipbih r^ 

On Aipi.".'... Barn. Pa, 
Bmt. ArMpn.. Aibsos, Pa. 
J^.iraM<n<3y.. Wllkeibirra, PIl 
Ftreuuai iff Bt.^ Mhroi, Pa. 
jr(Lrf>rUirA..iPackcrloD. Pa. 
For.iffCarp, .ITownnda, Pa. 
BoadMailn:..\ 

Af't IKxut jr.. :TnnkharniKh,I>B 
JhV AMd jr..|ltoiiroeton, Fa. 
Qanaral oOloe, M8 Bo. Third St.. Pblladilpbia. P>. 
40fi LUonlar Valler BB.-Ulrobe to U- 
^Dler.llrail«. 

Thnmai HtnoD....<Ptttl'lmi iPliUbnrGb, Pa. 

lA.W. Mellon ., ,.*e.47yrB*...' 

IT. A. Hdlon Orn. Manaair.t 

I Quote Senft'.. ..\0.8.*- rTv. . iLlgonlar, Pa. 
Oeneial olOce, Llganlor, Pa. 
40e Lltchanld, Carrollton and IFeatem 



9 G. W. Davl. 

8 Oman Plrn__ ... _._ 

4 H. H, MoulEomerj'.l&cttMirB I " 

407 LKCleKock and Port Smllh Rr> 

408 Llllle Roch Janoilon Rr, 

400 Ltitie Rock, nualaalppi River nnd 

Sm Arlaniu VaOcy SmU. 

410 Little flaw nui Ran HR.— Pltubiirch 



.PrttiilrM .. 



. |Pl««biirgh. I 



Dki'vlllr, . 

Jchn Hawon 

: Cbai. 8. FeilennaB ._ ._., 

I JacobBanrlol* !■.. TVnmrrr Beonoidj, Pa. 

. T. Bartlsj ..'.Otn. jraiuipir.lBanksTUle, Pa 

General offlce. PEIUburgh, Pa. 

411 Lons Beacb narlae Ry. 

■See Long Mnn'l SB. 



IS** S«t note of expianation on firtt pagt. 
85 



Taiuiton LowtiTe Ma&ufactiuins 

com:pa.ny. 



ESTABLISHED 1846. 




P. I. PERRIN, Agent and Treasurer, TAUNTON, MASS. 

KNOXVILLE GAR WHEEL CO., 

KlSrOXA^ILLE, TENN., 

MANUFACTURE 

Chilled Cars Engine Wheels. 

HIDE FROM STRICnr COLD BUST CHtRCOtL IRON. 



Made at their Celebrated Carter Co. Pumaees. 



POOB*8 DIBBCrOBY OP BAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



41> !.•■■ IilKBd RR.-LnnE IiUnil City t 
CbvenpoTl. 91 mllm ; bw"-'"" ■"'I 'rtteA Mart. 3Pi 



Ami I II CmlilB 

4 Hmtt QnTSi 
t t, D. Butan. 
ti 1. OrlMD < > 



,. PtrlidnH I 

. . Secrrlarv 1 



Ait'l Tr.Mar.' 

A. Sie.Aiy. A. niew York. N. V 
ViutrrJfKA... L. lalandCN.T. 
TVnIn MoMitr. 



tI Brooklyn, * 



idC.. N.l 



11 C. R irltch. 
H Aolhonj Ji 

ilO.W-Ctelll 

M C. B. TDp|iln8i.,.|Aip(. Teltg 

U iHeiMon AMd JfnWtn.— B. Wrlifat, Thomi* Rnd- 

den and Wiiinluw Porbei, Loug lalsnd Clly, N.Y. 

-Long Bwch Hole! to 






Icand Naalivllloll 

a Naihvilli:. 18J mlln; 



•*«'<*»*ri-'- 



PoiDt Lonknut, 4 milN. 

1 a. T. Cbtumm.Jr. AMfiwr INewYork, 1 

t CoraeKai W. uliffe PrrUdtHl I 

S K.P tichDilclt. ... Ttn-PrtiidtHt.i 

4T.n.Nfw«U *u;. * 7>w«..l 

<&1 VoHm aaUwiy.— UaDhilUn Benrb lo Bh< 
lud Bar Intel and Brighton B«Mh, a.B mlics. 
1 AullnCorbln \PreHilfiU. jNew Trrk I 



[. Heald... 



.l7V*ii». A Ste. .'Min 

.|(.->n.7-t(.J{nn( Msiibit'uB ,N.Y. 
U«Denl onca. Lons tiland dtr. N. T Execallra 
mad tmHrifr iifflca, IIB Bcoadwaj, H. T. Kepilr Bhopt, 
long MudCiIj, L.I, 

41> Lo* Aim>l>a& Bum eabrlel VaUer 

■R.— L« AuKsIa* I a Dniirtc, II mlla. 

IJ.F. Crank PrrMUmt iLo* Amatei, Cal. 



• W. H. I^gdu Matl.Car.Btdr'. 

T W. « Diili Iloaaifatler..A 

aW.BKlDK rralH MaiUr..] 



nw. A Slooe.... 
IS V. B.l)am<»... 

14J. M. T«*t* 

UB.W. Hmlth ... 
1«J. B.HulvlhlU<> 



Oaili. 4 Alt™. 
/■'iro*. Agftt.. 
Aete GP,tTA 
O^.FVt. Agi. 
Ottkemi Sapt. 
T. U. <t (J. P. 
ItaHxrUtck. 
Supf, BdnrAl 
For. BMFo-e 



New AlbuT.Ind. 
BnnlluiburR. Ind 
BvaniWllB, Ind. 
LonlBTllle. Ky. 
Hireti^, Ind. 
Huollngburg. Ind 
NewAn>in]r,lDd. 



A Kineti DlviiipH. 



ui fta. JfanniKr. Loniivllle, Kj. 

■II Ac. and TYvOf. Bo-toD. Hsu. 

impbn7,.IO«. rfeuiurf . . LoDliTlllB, Kr. 

Ikr UiidUor I 

iIk»«.— J. H. Hmoc. Prlncelon, Ind.: O. R. 



iSEdwudRawl -' 

" Lonli Sieiriil 



Traitfir 

rompiroU 

A%£qfR 



Asft. 



New York, N. Y 
LooiavlIIv, Ry. 



90 R. MonllorL 

W, Vmngtan... 

_. nh«n*eji»l . . , . 
MHUTiTUIddleton. 
KOForgeB. E>an«.. 

ME. LnHlll 

~ ■'•. P. Boston 



Ani.qfStti.. 
ilutf ffi-ZlifA... 

Altt. Oomp... 

GfH. Managir,. 
Ai. lo a. MffT- 
Ba't Unffitutr, 
amtuU. K^fp'. 
SupL B. Dipl. 



SI Lrtllelon Cooke.. 

a« Ed, Buiter 

>a Tbw. a, Jo&ei... 
(4 BayloHJ B. Clark 



m.. Cliiff Allnrruy LonlivUlo, Kr- 
. Anf. Cli. AilyJ 
A.D.A.farKv-^ 

D.A.for Tma.iNartvlllo.Tn.i.. 
D.A./or Ala iMoniaomTjr.AW 
2>. J./or*i«j.,MubiU. All. 
I luoB. i» xMjne.. . A. A. tar La ..iTfi-'W Orleiii*. 1^ 
J. U. Hanlll I>.A.fiir i«...|Bellavini, HI. 

ST C. K. Barahart. L. C. A L. Din., Lunl-Tllla. B]P. 
SB P. T. Downa, Louiivaie Me.. ' --■—'"- "- 

«aR. B. Mine . 
Ingham. Ala, 



•, JVaik^UU !>. 



Epperaon, Uab. A Mont. Sit., Hi 
"a G. Manhall, Svpt. iV. 0. * M Dit , N( 

a B. O. aallnmrab, Supt. Ftni. Dtt. an- 

RB.. PeDiBCula, Fla. 
44 O. M. Dunn. S«pl. U LIki, MempbK, Ter 
46 J, O. M<.icaire. Sunt. St. '-- '- ' "— 

tvanarllle. 



lAfliii it Bind. IHit. 
Loomil, Attt, Supl. at. leuli <t Haul. Mr: 



Branidlle, Ind, 
(a) )Ubt» HicB^Nioa imd Foiuaa!i of Rvr«tt>. 
LoutnOt, Vintianati and Ujington IMiMv. 

IWm, Adair |Jf,uCn- JtfKA.,.|Loniiiymu, Kr 

IRP. FoKlet. \FtHit.Car Sqi..[ 

SGeo Palrirk \Fmn. Om.Stp.iwmerr. Kj. 

4 B. Dupoat |Ann. Ofn.R^.iLexlatLoa. K,r, 

la/itMIt BMIen. 

5 Pnlaakl L*«da.... j Mattr MteA.. j Lonlivllla. Ky. 



tW 3ie noU of txpUmation on first page. 
87 



YDLCANIZED FIBRE COMPANY, 

WILMINGTON, DEL., 



ftOLI MAITDTACTUBEBS 



THE DtTE-W 



"IRON GLAD" FIBRE TRACK WASHERS. 

Perfected by ten years* experience. 

IDRPASIIHG ALL OTHER LOCR-im DEVICES 11 

DDBABILITT, EFFECT1TEIIES8 m CHE1F1IE88. 

STRENQTHENEO AND PROTECTEC FROM THE WEATHER. 
CANNOT BE CHUBHED OR BURST. 

WILL NOT LOSE THEIR ELASTICITY, NOR ROT. 

ADAPTED FOR BOTH PLAIN AND ANQLC-BAR*. 

ALSO 

Vulcanized Fibre Flexible Dust-Guards, 

SUPERIOR TO LEATHER. OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL 

KEEP THE OIL H TEE CiK BOIES, ilD Sim UD DDST OUT OF TEEL 




Q 



Tbej mre not effected by oil, greus or petroleuiu ; 
do not eat the ailes, aa jtrit does not KdLere to tLem ; 
keep tbelrsliape well, anit will nutwe&r wventl leatlier 
onea. I'nttoorderof aoj df aired tliicbDeas or pattern. 

Bend drmwlng or tample for estimate. TUIb material 



HOW IN USX OH UAHT LRIDIHO BAILKOADB, OITIKO 



u 



Master Car Builders dedrfng to cut tlieir own Wisben, cao be forotabed wltb FLEX' 
IBLE SHEET GOODS of aaj deatred thickoeu. Being uDifonn In qaalitj and tblckness, 
can l>e cut witbout waota. 



BE SURE TO 8END FOB 8AHPLES AND PBH^EB. 



New York Office, 



No. 16 Dey Street. 



POOR'S DIRBCTOBT OF BAILWAY OFFIdALS. 



41S LvaUTlU* and HuhTUls BB.-Cbn- 418 LobUtUIv «■« IfaahTllle HB.-CIm- 



S With foIlowliiK faro 
OM.F. Ha 



Mo. MlUrr, Womdry. 
iaa, B. Bidgr, BteatnnU 

J. W, ■cmIu'. Pam. Car, i 
T Bmitli iTwln I Fortaun 



eo of abopf—addrcH of ill, 
|J. I.. BoatT, Tin <C CbHW. 



|jiM. Harphr. Pi^"*- 



W J^awiMt.— J. J. Honitidi]. 

II J. K. BIftckwood, SoDtb Nut 
I* D. A. Koil, Bullsgloa, K). 



U BngTff Aral.— 



I. LDDd. if, v., Bowl'g Q-D Kr. 



\t S. i'N''A7'iht.-C. V. alkt.'jf.'jT. alrmlngiiuiil 

ISA <t jr. .A.JMf.— Jamea D- UcNkbb.ArviHM.DKa- 
ttir.AU. 
U jr. dJf ZN«,— B. O.Vsuho.ror..IfonUi>in«rj.AU. 
IT jr. O. « jr. Dtc- J. ». CliSord. MM., floblls, AIb. 
WK a* Jf.i>Hi.-C,T.Ge«iT,«»-..K,Otle«uii.Al». 
VtN. Q.iCif. Ale— L.C. Butum, r. OirJllvxlln.lIa- 



n a. L. Bir.—t. L. Teat. Forrmna. K Bl. Loola, ni. 

n/>. DM.— W. D. Hobti, jr. M.. PenncaU. FU. 

M MOiv- Une.-t. V. Slntser. JT. Jr., Unupbli, T«m. 

(Ik) llAimVAMCI DCFABTHIMTI. 

1 W. B. Contaatj.AA.Sag.So. IHv.'.Uoafgaiaarj.AlA. 

SB. Bolls. \3ap.Br.* Bl: LoDlKilla, Kj. 

iltmutCodf. ISeal^ StpairtrA •• •' 

4r.HnrUiu. la-p'r W'lr aOu\ 

SAmrrUDnt of Bridga.—J. H. Hall. Ia Onnfa. 
Xj.; H. HeClalbn, Colombia, Taaa.; i. H. Bibb, 
NnBlBAim, Ala.; W, P. Cimll, HoDtgomnr, Ala,: 
i. B. ribtj. Bay St. Lonla, MIm.; T, 0, Kwrett, 
FtMaMikFla.; Fiord Ingram, Pari*, Tana.i O. W. 

6 Jtood JToiMn,— M, Bllhoalcr, La Orang*, Kt.; E. 
V. BddwiB, Paptacola. Pla.; F. H. Antlci, LoDiarllla, 

S.; J. T. Cratk. ColumbLa, Tenn.; ^. W, Dunn, 
nlngbam, Ala.: T. J. Analai, Evargniin, Ala.; ]l. 
L. Aula;, Bar Bt. LoDia. Mih ; C. A. Diilci>, Hamphfa, 
Tran.; Tim Mabonaj, Rawallvilli. Kt.; H. Frmalar, 
UopkluTllle, K;.; T. B. Kobion, Etiui*<Ii1«, Ind. 

riro^.— Thoa, HawlBj.LaGiani*, 
.aGiaoge. Ky.:S W. Bnaalocd. 
.._«».«.<-_, .VI-, T. E. Connlff, Lebanon, Ry.: 
MIk* Bvntt, Stanrord. Kt.; Hatt. Bran, MaihTilla, 
Tn>.: K. B. Maariairr, l4a>hTl[]«, Tann.; >l. Balna, 
ColanUa. Tann.: P. M. Wllliamg, BtrmlDEhim, Ala.: 
G. P. Aldrldga, Varbcna, Ala,: ]. L, Parrla, Mont- 
«B«]P. AlB.: 1. F. Ooodaoa. Flomatob, Ala.; J. W. 
HcCiuclieon, Ba; St. Loala, Hlaa.; Jaa. Barilnn, Pan- 
WCOU. irla.; W. C. Clirton, Uarlanna, FU.; Pat. Nor- 
ton, Hampbla, Tann.; 'F. Qonnan. Harla, Tenn.; Wm, 
RMdr, H«Dd«non.KT.; S. W. Branaford, Bopklnivllla, 
K7,.rH. A. ghlelda. Ht. Varnon, Ul,; iu. Bmn, Brani- 



BliabMUi 



Robmi, Haw Orleao*, I*. TraTtUtna: C. H. Trim- 
bla, LoolaTllle. Ej.: Q. W. Fnucb, RritilillK. Ind.: 
Jobn Flugcrald. Ncmphia, Tann.; Dade Sami, Bli- 
mlnchiDiJlla.: B.E.LDtE,Uon[eODierj,Ala.: B. Wal- 
lace, JackaoaTUle, 71a. 

Sf.A. 8am> \0m. So. .jff«nf| Atlanta, Oa. 

»W. C. Wallacs.. ..\Ooait Agent.... \ " 
W) PaaaBRSiB DipaBTBBirr, 

IC.P, Atmor« 6Vn. On. ,1?(.. Lonla»llle, Ky, 

IJ.A.Boid iAi. tl. F. Agl.. 

SR. S. Parkrr. J>i».ftj«..Jy(.. Clnclonatt, O. 

4 JohnKllkcoT.. .Mn.Pam. Agl,.Vtii Oilciiia, La. 

tJobnW. >laaa....lMD.JU«a Aft.. St. Loola. Mo. 

BO. U.wmiami ..:(;.T.A.S.itKA1iot\UlOOi'ryA\t. 

7J.B. Browning... . Oeo. Baa. Agl. Loularllle, Ky. 

B8, B. Joflaa fi*B.aa(. .JjI.INew Yoik, S. T. 

BW.UcGlboar *Biut.Paa.Agt.t " 

..„ .,_, ivoo.ftiw jj(., Medina, O 



II n«o. L. Cro« .. , . 
UW. B-Atmore.... 

IIJ. W.SittJe 

UC.B.Oaborn..... 
IBT. B. SiDnlejr... 
IB T. H. Watlarwn. 
11 L. B. Tattle. . 



y. W.Poii.Agt. Cblrago, 111, 
Trat.POH.Agt.fit. Lonli. Ho, 
W.Fati.Agl.-r "- ' 



loFrod. D. Bnab .... inm. rran.Agt. j\iianui, \j«- 
IBJacluouBmltb,.. |££. i^u.J.«f..EnaaTllla. Tcnn. 

a«nei^ oOce, LonliTllla. K7. Naw ToA offlca, DO 
Bxchange Plata, 

41f I.a«lanUe. New Albanr and Ckt- 
caco Hr.-Loolivme to Michigan Cfty, tM mllae : 
Air Line DIvlaton, IBS mllee. 



- - \Frett'lenl. ... 

« John B. Car«Qn. , , I V.-Pru.AO. M 
8W,B U»i»""i"i*c.* TWiM.,. 
« William ULilieg,Jr.U.»b«.l Trtat 
BW, B Wodlard... ffm Biait..... 

8F,Hn]l ,,. 'chiffEna.... 

1 W, B, H'^iyoBl.,.. \Tr^mt Mot... 
B K. O. !LtcCorn)lck,.^n.niH,j0f, 
• J. J, Cclemin.,., \Geii.Fgl. Agt. 

lOJanuaL'm; \MaHM- Mteh. . 

II Chaa. Ciller \llaiil.Car Stpr. 

ISW, B. Arlnms \MaM. Tranm.. 

naao.w. llo»-»rd., Uro«(w TraiM. 

I4B. L, Rvdflr, <Maittr Tralnt. 

1SW,B. .Iimea -Bvpl, TrUg.... 

ITD, Bliooper,.,.) C-Al-Mji.. 
ISA. 8, Dnnbam.... Pvrch. Agt,... 

IBJoaabhH. Cralg»",di(iJI(Dr 

MS, W, Baeley Ofit. SaUeUor. . 

11 A, Q, naqdork... Car Aemunei.. 
IS J.B. Brownlnc... Ben. Bag. Aol. 
MJ J r.mi.mn i O.So.Trof.Agt 
M J, J, timiiron,, J r„i j. pm, riiJ 



sia; 



Lonlnllla. K7. 

II A. J. 0'R*lll7....'. 'o'.A~F^''D€p'.',Cbiaeo, 111. 
MO,9. Bwcognt.... fl. ,^, A(.»fj>.(IndtBr»pollaJnd, 

IttS, Phlllipa 0, 4, W-ft™,|Lonl.vlfle.Ky. 

K B. A. lIMbmj. . Dit. Fats. Agl.i " '' 

«T, D. rompbell.,., I»i. Pan. Aq!.. CincSnDtW.O. 

»I, D.BaUlivIn IHi. Fati. Agt .lndlanapolla,Imd. 

K Soad Maittrt.^H. Bima, lAfaretl 



Rodger*. Bedford. L 



I. Wauoa, A. O. Wii(bl. 



^.jHempbla. Tann. 



'D.F.A. If. 

^ -D T«*Tiij.mo A -„ 

^ New York, N. Y-; Brent Arnold. CInelDDaU, 

O.: W. 8. lleCliMiiej, Jr„ Lailagton, Kt.; W. N. 
Calp. LooMllle. Kf.; 8, J. Caawl^. Bl. Lonls, Bo,; 
r. P. Onc«*8ro,Cla[kaTllle.Tnin,; B. F.Cbampa, 
RaMTtUa, Teu.; B. G. Banlar, Koblle. Ala,; D. C. 



Rodger*. Bei 
Honon, tnd. 

Principal otBca. Chicago. Bl, Tianefer offlca. SI 
IlaaMO St.. Mew Ytsk, X. Y. Bepalr Bbopa at Mew 
Albany, Ind. 

418 Iionlerllla, N««v Albany and <l«rr- 
don Br-— CorrdOD JonctlOD loCorydDn,Snillaa. 

1 Bt, John Bojle \Prtitiltnl LADlavllle. Ky. 

IB. H, Btockalagar.. rtM'ftvvldnir. Corrdon, Ind. 
IThoma* HeOraln.. Ac. A 7V«u. ..I " 

4C. B. Lowrj l«uiMrtii(mf'(..l " " 

SJ. J. Colller<i<....|0. P.SF. J.. LoaKTllle, Ky. 
SJ.B. Browning ..\atn.Bag.Agl..i 

Oanaral offlca, LonlaTHla. By. 



ZW~ See note of e^lanation on firtt page. 



EDWARD COOPER, Preft't, 1^^.^ vo..lc FRED. J. SLADE, Tpe«».. I Trenton 

EDWIN F. BEDELL, Sec'y, f YOPlt. JOSEPH STOKES, Sup*t, f **^"***"- 



NEW JERSEY STEEL and IRON CO. 

TRENTON, N. J. 

COOPER, HEWITT & CO., 

17 BURLING SLIP, NEW YORK. 

Wrought Iron and Steel Beams, Channels, Angles and Tees, 

Merchant Iron, Brazier and Wire Rods, 
Horse-Shoe Iron, Rivets, Chains, 

coiraTBucTOBa or 



Plans and Estimates Furnished for Draws, Fixed Spans, etc. 



POOR &. GREENOUGH, 



— AKD — 

Members of the Ne-w York Stock Exchange, 

Act at Financial AgenUfor Banks, Corporations or Munieipaiities. 



LOANS NEGOTIATED. 



ADVANCES MADE ON APPROVED COLLATERAL. 



Certificates of Deposit Issued Bearing Interest 



34 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 



POOB-S DIBSCTOBT OF BULWAT OFFICULa 



41ft LdDlBTDlc, n«w Orl**B« nad T«xft 



tUoBiil or lUUr[iiida."| 



Orn.y.itP.AstiJiemfiiiM, Tenn. 



IIA. A.Bbarp 

ISP. R Rogen 

ISO. W. UcQIohLm. 

»H. O. Wlllla 

»W.L.Bua 



ITJ.T.Rdiratd.... 

UJamcaHIli 

MP. D. Papln 

aoO. Sbelby 

tl W.M. R«Me 

81 R. F. Rflfnoldl.. 

SS T, 8. Cnnnn. . . . 

MR. B. UiDr7.jT.. 

Gpnerd offlce, \ 



.-P.H O.Mgr.\liempb.it.'t 



Matt. 7Va<vj)..IVlckibiirK, HIh. 
On.Tr.Pau.A\yitmfa\M, T«on. 
Land Cobuk'tA •' " 

Om.Bag. ^oI.INbw OrlnDi. La. 
(7(ir.^««iir(..llleiDptiK Tsiin. 
Land AttrU. ..{'V^'kMbaa. Mix. 
Uaid AoHtt. . . Litaad, If Im. 
Trav. Land A Jkckaon, UIh. 
OmuiuKiaJ X Kin-u Cllj ' 
W4ilmF<it. ■ '■■■ ■--'- ' 



ciir. H 

a. Ho. 



Oommtrciat A.\Svii Oilaaua.La. 
Pati. Agail. . . . i " *■ 

ftut. JvfnJ.,..iHemphla, Tidd, 
mpbJi. TeoB. Tranitet offlce. 



a J. C. Llttla' Tnaturrr 

40. W. Warran. ISrcntarv 

AT. F. Chalk \Omeral Aomt., 

DW,s.Trfbbla \jlaaaMatttr...'. 

Oeneral olBcii LonliTllle, Ga. 



IPa>aonTncker*''" 

4/. H. D^mondV, 
SP. B. Booihb]^.... 
• W.8. "- — 



IP. AT 



Baton .... \Oen, Fet. Ail.,\ 
Allen CAIrf SlvtlUfr. 

sW.York,.J4B(fltor 



SThiuaa* P. Bbiw. .' i*tg.A f. And.' 

lOH. H. Towla ': ffia. Biu. Aal.\ 

110. H. KeBlHiD....,iratf. CarBldr 

IIJ. A. Unacotl Traniftr Aal. 

UD.A.Bi>akn. flrWiw Imp.. 

UA.mi»PVbair-...'Xait.M/cJi.... 

ISO. w: wmk. . 

17V. H. F.«7.... 

ItJohnBlU* 

IIOm, B.Hwkcl1 

aor. w. KDighL. 



;ti J. w. sbphii.. 



MP. SoblnKiD 

S(J. A-Plnkerton. 

IB B. Haiuborn 

90 Q. A. Aldan 



4SS nxihalt 



)■ \Soa(IMait*n- 

For.Mae Bhim. 
Kor. E.B.A L.. 
For. CarRtp. 

iT$im... 

Firr.Eng.ffeiuil 



Watsrvllle. Ha. 



WaterTlUa. M«. 
PortUDd, Ma. 
Bueor. Mt 
iPorllaDd. Ha. 



■ Ballw>T.-Bul 



iTrn^et 



1 T. W. Paapla* . . 

RT.T. Ooondle.. 

9 C. P. HcFiddia 
10 Bohan Black. .. 
Ilif.D.Canipball,, 



JfadtrMKA..] 
BuBt. Traatp..' 
Otn. Ttt.Agt.. 
RoadMoMHr... 



4as nKMkkltftii Batlwar— CtmflNiifd. 



.\f. Car Faint 



J. A. W. 
t.Campt 
ff.A.Kn ,. , .- , 

!■■ C. Mnlbeni ..\F. Carlatp. 

I. B.Bill L^. Carlmp. 

" "■ 'iMawtj.. \F, Var Ik ^ 



isomccDf Co... 






:"Si: 



Repair Shopi at MLh 8t. * 3d A>. and I4Sth St. * 
aibAvi.,N. y. 
49S nanksttan, Alma and BurlluKam* 

Sh Akitiion, T\<pfka and SaiUa Fi SP. 

431 manllbba aod Norlh-Wealern Uj. 

— PuriagvlaPnlrleUi LaneeDbare, IBUmUea. Rauell 
Brancli; lUnurth to ItuiiHll. lamlln. Baekatcbcwan 
d: Wcitetn I!;. Leaded :— MInnedou lo Rapid Cilj, 
t& mllee. Tola] mlleaEfl operaud. KT rallaa. 

I Andrew Allao \PnMr«( IHontreal. Due. 

■ D. MacArtbnr F)«. AwldfRl. I Winnipeg, Iibd. 

3 F. S. Brvdjwn .\8aertUirt 

4 W. R Bakar" ' •• ",0. Bupl. 4 TV.. 'Portia Ptatri».M. 
DA. F Eden LoncfttomMii., Winnipeg, Man. 

5 O. H. Wabaler. .. . \BivginttT Port.U Pralrie.JiI. 

7 Alei, McDonald' '.^A^.F. AP. A.\ 

Oonetal oSIccb. Portage la Prairie and Winnlprg, 
Man. L»comuilve and Car Repair Shop* al Ponatv )• 
Pnlrts, Man. y v^ .^ 

43fi narletla, Ool 
HK.—Mailelta to Amai 



I T. D, Date> « • 

4RL.KVB 

BH. O, Vlnc«nt. 

BF.PtlEe"' ... 

7W. R Utler... 

IC. K. Oard ... 

SA. Oalbrtlth... 
lUT.O.Meak.... 
I1H,C. Kellyii.. 



MarlatM. O 



ork. N, T. 



Cat 



..■iPrtMdtnt .... 
.lr,.p. di a.M. 

'.' 84C.AAlUirk-y 

. O.F.AF.Agi. 

.. AvdUgr. . .. 

.. fWet. Avf... 

. CMifgiifinM 

, Siaxr. Head . . 

. Su.B.ATreHUl 

. Train M/uUr. 

. XaiUrMtch.. 

QenerJ oDIcb, Marl alia. O. Locomotii 

Repair abop* al Harmai. O. 

488 Marlella and Nonk GaarKta BB.— 
Marietta lo Ellljajr, TG mllaa. 

PrtMmt. BoatOD. Maia. 

V.-P. A a. U.. Hew Tort. H. T. 

Trtatunr BoatOB.Mafia. 

Seenlart . . . Mailetts, Oa. 
O. B. A Fur.A. 
Otn.Ft.AP.A. " " 

OiltfBti^nttr " " 

Otn.Trar.Aal. " " 



Bit Lonv Mand RS. 

4S8 narqneCtflt HoosliIaD 

Hoa(1ili>n 



1R.M 




































Hi; 


C-E^raf'-;;-- 



narqneCt 

B.-Harqn< 



1 J. L. Stackpole 
I William Slmsi 
S Samuel Thuma 

4JohDBombT" ,_. . 

B W. A. TbompaoD.. /(t<.«u..ftff.jr. 
S W. B. Mt-Combt'.. O. T.A.ACatA . 

1 A. 8, Parka Om. J^t. Agt . 

B C. H. V. CaHa ... CiMl^il*'"*'- 
9M. 8. MoOee* ^»ivrtvAft.... 

10 Gm. 9, Hobtwi"", .^HdUn-. 

11 H. D, LjooB iMiu. Car BIdr. 

IIG. W. JoallB iMaaltrBldr... 

IS W. A. MabBB.. .. JTiff. jr«A.... 

14L.B.01aais [Train MoMltr.. 

tSA.KeT*» 'aaadJlamr... 



loa(bli>n, W mllet, vltll 

I Pnitdtnf. IBoatoo, Maot. 

ntePniident.i " 
'Trtat.itSic...] " 

Gtn.Mgr.ASu. Han|nett«, Hlcb. 



' i^ nott of explamUion an first pagt- 
91 



JOLIET STEEL COMPANY. 



A. J. LEITH, President, H. S. SMITH, Gen. Supt., 

H Pine St., New York. Joiiet, III 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Bessemer Steel Rails 

OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, IN ALL WEIGHTS. 

WORKS: JOLIET, ILL. 

Chicago Office: Home Insurance Building. 

W. R. 8TIRLIVG, Treasurer. J. C. 8TIBLIV0, Secretary. 

J. H. LOHQ, General Agent 



JOHN WILSON, Praeldent and Gen. Manager. GEO. S. FOSTER, Vioe-Preaident. 

W. W. OLIVER, AcUoK Secretary and Treasarer. 




MANUFACTURERS OF 

STEAMBOAT, HILL AND ENCilNE 

SHAFTS, CRANKS, 

AND ALL DE8CRIPTI0N8 OF HAMMERED IRON AND STEEL F0RQINQ8, 

Locomotive Frames, Rock Shafts, Draw Heads, Bumpers, Links, 
Pins, and all descriptions of Railroad and Bridge Iron Work. 




WORKS, MAST ST. I.OUI8, ILL, 



ffice : 210 N. THIRD STREET, ST. LOUIS, MO. 



POOB'S DrEBCTORT OP RAILWAY OFFiaALS. 



4St Rlar^nntiCt HoBcbton >«d Onions* 

Kon KB.— (AmrinuMf, 

(a) MarfiKlU aivt Waltrti 5J).— HttqneUe lo tahp*- 
minf , 17 mil««, wllb biancbM k> mint*, S mlJa. 

1 Wm. 81nu» .prtMiUnl IBopton. Nua. 

IJP.LTinaD '■V.-P.,atc.ATTA " 

8 John Harnbj \&. Man. A SupiHsrqaetU, Mich. 

0«a«n] oflce. 10 Wall 3C., New Tork, V. T. 

499 MarBhall, Pari* and ^orth1re•tern 



Br.-F'<» 

1 B. G - 



Sdla. 



. , .PnMdmt IH&nbill. Tei 



LI.W. Llo7ii""'"i[M r.-PttSup-i 

B.J.PrT' .'Tnamrtr i 

V. T,»cott,JT.:.. ''acrtlarg 

a.B.'ioami*. ...](Jea. MaaofftrA " " 

irtkaiH Vln«rard BB.-Oik BlaSn 1 



4S0 > 
1 B. P. Cirpeotei 



u«DeTa] omco, Edsartoivr 
Cat Repair Hhopt at EdgurLU 

481 narrlsnd Cenl 
DslU. U mllM. 
I William Ollmor. 
niiel Spencer. 



Haai. LaromollTe ai 



8C. F. Kercbncr. |jwdt(or i " " 

LocomotlTa and Car Rupilr Sbapi at Baltlmora. Ud. 
433 IHsaon €Ur «nd Fori Dodffe BR.— 

Ha»on Civ u> Fort Dod|{«, 71 mllos; bnacbn. tt mllar. 
t JaDiM£.l9mitb... lOen. jranawr.iHaaoD City, la. 

i.o™.8.B.«,....|;^j'f4c^4l '■ ■■ 

aBcrnariBalltr.-.. {Jfiw(<rir«A.. iPortDodie. Ta. 
4J.A.Crlpp<n j^iad_ Jf<u(<r. .J ^ 



Switch DBClt II B. 

ITbto L. Mnmrord. Leme It Hat 
2 H. J. Mumford . . . l3"pt. ttP. J 



.;MaDCh01iaiik,pB. 



434 n«ad*llleand LIneiTltle Br.— Head- 



a A. C. HuldBkuper. . Vice fnitiL 
as. L. Richmond. JrJ.SSKnlarv.. 

S T.ADi!lamiteTi"»"|.i,J.a.,P*f^.| 

Oanenl oaat, Ueadillli, Pa. 

4SS neeoBta BB.— Maskegon Bun to Hoi 
Iwad Uka, 10 nille*. 
1 JobD aireet Pntidtnt IRodnej, Hicb 



486 neh«rrln Valley BB.-Hicgantrrllle 
toHlckaronl, n.Smlles. 
IG. M. Serpen tlYaiihnt INorfolk. Va. 

aw.aBiiiou s/cATtfu. A ■■ 

3D. 3, Gboir}' lOeatral .■'v;it..llIlGkBrord, Va, 

0«iwral ofllc«, Forttiaontb, Pa. 

4ST Heniphla, BlrMlngham and Allan- 
lie RB. ' ^ ^ 

See Karuiu City, XtmphU and Birmingham R R. 
438 HemphlaandCharlealonBB. 
3e» Satt Tametee, Tlrtiitia and Cfisrgia RR. 



489 MempkU and Little Rock BB,- 

tll Rock to Mcmpbla, ISS mllca. 

lR.K.Dav ) ^Clarfmon!. 

TViiitarf In iNu - 



- Charlaa Mann 

SW.HattbcwB.. 

- Radolpb Kluk' 
J. W. Goodwin' 



AD, 

S A. J.' WhltD«i' 
ST. KBtmell ... 

10 Jacob Pforttin 

11 A. HcATor.. . 
ISM. Toumaj*.. 
I^C.Robkln.... 
14 J. B. Holler. . 
IG C, Sberr- 






a.jr.it^/brr. Mcmpbla.TeliD. 

TreatuTT LilUe Kock, Aik. 

aeJi.Fot.4!T.A 

Audilor ■' '■ 

llailtr Traliu. Memphis, Teon. 

"aeter Medi... Araanta, Atk. 

^jpl. Bridget.. Mcmphla. Tbdu. 

RoadifaeUr.. Ilritikleir, Ark. 

Om.BoO.-lffi.iI' — - ''-— ■-■- 

For. Lo. Ripe.'/ 

For. CarJlipt] 

For. Car P--1..\ 
General oScf. Lltds Rock, Ark. Tmalea' oflec, 
[oran Bros., SS William St.. New yoik, N. Y. 
440 mendoclno Ballroad,— CaDej'aCoie lo 

..ISao Franc laca,CBl 



aXV 



miles. 
n F. Crocker i/VMWtn( .. 



441 II 

to CromweJI, II mlJea. 

IH, C. Wllcoi PruidenI 'Mcriden. Ce 

» A. Cbambetlln,,.. Triaiarer I 

>C.L. Rockwell. .. .Secretary I ■' 

4 Geo. Rockwell' •"' ffm 3AHWff(f..l " 
OH. L. B. Foni'>".'SuptrinleaiI'l..\ " ' 

Ooneral offlce, MertdeD, Ct. LocomotlTe and O 
pair Sbopa al Cromwetl, CI. 

442 raicfalKan Alr-I.ln« By, 
Set Grand Tnmt Ry. 

443 nichlBan Ccnlral RB.— Itetroit to 



.SOa.e mile 



mllva, witti 



i b, A. Waiern 
rF. Bralaled.. 



..\A.<t.a.iMC.B 
..{Gtn.P.AT.A 
..\Gen.Fgt.Agt. 
i.\a.O.P.A .. 
.,U. 0. Tkt.A. 
..\Attt.G.Fgt.A 
. \ahI. G. i^t. A 
..lAul.O.f^t.A 
. . I Gen. Baa. Agt 
lOen./i'.Fgl.Ati 



_ _ Tork.N. T. 
New York, s' Y. 
Detroit, Xieb. 



Detroit, Well. 
"IV Clljr. Mich. 

licUUilll. 



so Allen Bonm .. 

aiAahleyPond... 



SIJ.D. Hawk* \VMtf Engines 

UA.F.Eowlaud... \FmI Agent ... . 
9R1' Tt Smart \Gen.lla:Mtth. 

Toner A^.TWw. ... 

Thoa. Bllaoa'..'.'.'.'.'.\F.Cl.A,lFAci. 

I»F. O.Waldo iTIettlAee..... 

aoc. H, Norria 'Gm. Agml.... 

SIJ.G, Riley IZWo. Jf. Jf..... 

Si K. D. Bronner , , , . 'For. Car.Rtpt. 
».1Robarl Polia .\ For.Car Repe, 



W J. 11. 1 



DelroTl. Mich. 



88 D, 8. 8nlliErla 
MJ. B, O. Murti 



RoberUon.liriu.t'aritilnt. Ueiroii, Mlcb. 
ZXritlon SvperintauUnle. 

»W<Ifc»io.,..]JBCkeon. Mlcb. 
— ■ Din. Chlcaeo, III. 

i«M£. Bar City, Mlcb. 



{. DallcT 



..iDetr.. 
L. te. V Uei.S.V&l. Ttaomi 
7yfle*i<t»fiW.|l>Btroll, M 



, Mlcb 



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PARROTT 




MANUFACTURERS OF RAILWAY VARNISHES. 



THE De GOLYER 



UNEQUALLED IN QUALITY. 

HANUPACTURBD BY 



POOB'S DIKBCTOBf OF BAILWAT OFFiaALS. 



41 W. H, B.idrrwood. Bait. Aaml.. . . 

MNawclinMUa ,Tnn. Ag*fl. . . 

M-lubnO. Larcn Canada AgaU. 

44D. W. Joliuioii....'jncA Aomt... 

«SI'. H Hurry ^Wmt. Aotit.... 

4aU. U Harier.. ..\So.Wii. AaaH.. 

*7W. U WjBUJ \Sa.niiAinmL 

«LI,.Ciuifj '»■«■. AgHit... 

■" " — , \Pttc. Ot.HtAgl. 



M Uoail Mailtn 



Toronlo, Ont. 
B'dBapMi.Hlch. 
CUan, Hi. 
KanwClty, Mo, 
81. Pul, Hlpn 
MIlwukM.WIi. 
SuPni 



~0. V. JoTdin, SI. ThomiH. Cm. 



IBS U< IS8 Durlxini Kt.. Ouli 



«r,a. Ill 



44S HIddlvbars >nd Sekoharia BR.— 

MiOdlrbUig to Bcnubu'ii!, a mllra. 

in.N. PcMik). nw.«.4i»/...'Mlilillcbuig,N.r. 



. . ' Ua-Pniidtnt 



i Pi-Iur 8. Dun 

.. ,. M.TIl!.'-,... 

• Tliiu.Uill .. I'J.Oair.afutA 

TJunnCuong \«oaa Maiitr. 

H B. KBddicK I '.'Alt/' JCitglio 

OcBCtsI omcr, HlilulabDi, N. Y. 

4-16 HMUnd Br.-Aiiilno 



til. Hwire .... 

a A. A. Bdiiv,. 



.PmliUnt ;Nriv Yofk. N. Y, 

'.'\'chlrfEn<rii,w-'.\sobWnmr,Jni. 



447 nidlaud Norib CaroUnB Rf. 
■ocket RR 



.O.S.,F,dl'Agr\ 

..\cierk 

, iHoad yailrr...] 



• T. H. &ion. 

Ui'ii^'nl ofBec. Mllrord, .Muu. 

44H nilmnhe*) I.ak« Shore aMd W«M- 

«w York, N. T. 



4UanluaHoiTlg... 



7H.P. WblteoBib.. tfn ._ 

ej. Donohae*. HuptrlKltnUtit 

itC. V. lli:KliilB]r*,..OfA. AiH..lfU 
10 C L. Wdlin^u MH.Fgf. Agt. 



Eknkinn*, Wl*. 



»J. H Joun 

ISMrVBnd^ritl.,. 



TVar, Fgl.Agt. t 
iTVnB.ftiiwAjji. 



170C0. L Yoang....<; 
ISB. H.RamBA....\C>itif Oieiiien 
IB W.lLBJMKioclt"*" Auditor. 
•OH.W. Baighlej...,l1in*. Agent. 



> J, £. Ui-BloU 



44B IHIIw>nk«F, Lak* Bhore aod Weal* 

era Br-— ConUnivil, 

aiJofan nicksy tfoit. Ma\....|S»ik(Dn*,Wla. 

asJ. O. ThMrt 0«i.£ii>hJ .Jfff.'MlliHukea, Wii. 

nj.A. Snjder TVofn itinir. . . KnykUDi^lr. 

MF, O. Tirbox.. .. TVuln MivT.. Aiblud, Wi>. 

iaH r. Rati Bufit. Ttitg ... Hllwiukn, Wla. 

7>ii<n Mtutrr.. Kaakaoiu, Wla. 
rMii Mailtr.. AiUtnd. WI*. 
Qan. .il^iir.., Chicago, III. 

KKoait Jfa.i«r*,-P. Plnnkelt. CI1iiIob»111«, Wl..: 
T, Dwyer. Manltawac, Wlp.; Jiibii CbllinB. Waicnttiri, 
Hich,: Frank Siuid«ll. AntlgD, Wla. 

Orneral amtv, UllHinkM, Wl*. Flinl Aeric*. W 
Cedar St., Nvw Vork. X, Y. TrBni<r<r olBcr, Nst{oD»l 
Bank D( Commerce, New York, N.Y. 

4SO ntlwaukce and Rorlbrm BR.- 



.-BlOU 



Sobwu-Ubi .. 
M nillu, uid tncktge 
I Alfred U. Hoy L, 



in HounUln, IM milM: bnncbet, 



I Mllwi 



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»c:fiK'i°ou'..'" 

7U.M. Bell 

8J,C. Fotcfter... 

9 W. B. StaurdDw 
lb' 1 1'(»mb*>« 
1. a. Kimball,,, 
UiBn». Apcar.. 

V, W.'^ilbbiriii 
misral oKIh. : 
IB" S.Apgw),* 



arc. A Om-Sol. 



Ktu(rf3(ieh...Ft HovBrd.Wla, 
Traiuftr Agt.. New York, N. Y. 
BoadJlaittT.. Fi. Boward, Wla. 
SeaitMa-br... 

AgrtU.... Chliaeo, 111, 



RocklnDa, iOialltt. 

1 Ktn Hum 

a Adl-ui Smlrb. 



I Adl-ui Smlrt 
I Unlda m>l( 



id Bruit Bivtr ^n.-Onlaaigoii to 

...Sasinaw, Hlch. 
riif..SllTwinkae, Wh. 



Sni. * ««ii. *I. 

Uiirflwr I 

rankcu. Wit. 
Locamotlve and Car Repair Sbopa at OnlODagon, 



4ei mineral BaD(e BR.- 

JutkeL n.5 mlleii; bnui:b rram F 

1 George U. Bla; 
H.S.Osdan..! 



i H. L. P 



Hm. a Tr... 



w York. K. Y. 
Dcock, Midi. 



Ir'tn. yaRiT«r,.| 
l.:Fgl.AP>.A.\ 

.Vattrr Mfc/i..\ " 

TrOH^ir AgU |New York. N. Y. 



IJohnS. Plllabnty. . l/Witdmr HlDDaapolliMlDB 

»C. W. Caa- I&e. * Ti-^oa. 

a A, A. Hopklni Wtn.Boot-kiiB. " 

4L.A H>Minrt>n....\A<idtUr St Panl, Minn, 

a ». a, ThoDipeon. .. . I Yard Uailrr. . 'HlnoMpolKIIInD 
Oenetnl afflCE, Mlnnrapolle, Ulan. 

Lyndale and ninne* 



4S3 ninneapalta, Lrndale 
onha Kr -Minu«Mli to Eai 
f iDDvhaha Uraocb, 4 milea. 



IH.C. BenKdlcl... 



^9~ Set not» of ea^Ianatian on first page. 
95 



(\ M. MITCHBLL, FRED. A. MASON, D. W. KISSAM, 

Praddent. Vice-President and Treesnrer. Secretary. 



Bridgeport Brass Compy, 

BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 

BRASS, GERMAN SILVER, AND COPPER 
ROLLING AND WIRE MILLS, 



▲L80 MAirUFAOTUBKBS OF 



SEAMLESS BRASS AND COPPER TUBES 



— AHD — 



KEROSENE OIL LAMPS AND BURNERS. 



Office and Mills at - - Bridgeport, Ckmn. 
Warerooms at - 19 Murray St., New York, 

PIONEER BRASS WORKS, 



BRASS FOUNDRY. 



HEAVY and LIGHT CASTINGS 



I 



CAR BEARINGS AND RAILROAD CASTINGS A SPECIALTY** 

13^ Orders Turned Out Very Promptly, ^ g ^ 

110 & 112 S. Penn Street. i h. brukieyer, sipt. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICULS. 



453-463. 



458 ]IIlBiieApoll«9 Ijyndale and Mlniie- 
toBka By — Continued. 

5 C. Q. Goodrich i G^n. Manager. IMlDn'apoIi8,Minn 

6 John McMullan ..Superintendent' 

7 Fr«d. C. PiUsbury.K;. P<u*.AF.A. 

8 G. W. Cooler I Chitf Engineer 

9 J. N.Cross ... \Soticitor 

10 W. 'IHireedle [Matter Maeh . 

454 Minneapolis mod Paclfle By.--liinne- 
apolis to Lidgerwuud, 218 milew. 



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1 W. D. Washbarn. 
9 Thomas Lowry ... 
SM. P. Hawkins.... 
4H. E. Fletcher... 

5 F. D. Underwood. 

6 E. Pennineton 

7W. W.Rich 

8C.T. Fox 

9 J. Q.Taylor.. 

10 U. L. Shate 

11 C. D. Hammond... 
ISC. W. Gardner.... 
18 H.W.Hamilton... 
14 C. F.Clement 
















































President Miun'apolis^Minn 

VicePreeident. 

Secretary 

Trecuvitr 

Oen, Manager. 
AsBt.Sftpt.... 
Chief Engineer 

Local Treae 

G.P.4t Tk.Agt. 
Gen.Ft.Agt... 
Land Agent. . . 

Auditor 

Sup. Traruip... 
Car Serv. Agt. 

General office, Minneapolis, Minn. 

455 Minneapolis and St. I<oal« By.— 

Minneanolis to Anj^is, 360 miles ; Pacific Division, 92 
miles ; Wisconsin, MinuesoU & Pacific KR . S07 miles ; 
other branches, 16 miles ; total length, 575 miles. 

1 R. R. Cable President Chicago. 111. 

2 W. H. Tmevdale..' Fi<^-/'. <f Gr.jr;Minn*apoli8,Minn 
8 J. OaskelP *»»«.. 'Sec. A Treas ... 

4 T. E. Clarke Superintendent 

58.F.Boyd G.T.^ItPoM.A 

6 8. F. Kimball . . . . ' Gen. Ft. Agt. . i 

7 J. D. Marston — i Gen. Bag. ^j^/. Chicago, III 

8 R. H. Ripley. . . . ,A. Gen.Ft. Ao^.;Miuu'apoliB,Minn 
9T. J. Hyman«»«..'.4wrf«/or 

10 J. D. Springer \Gen. Solicitor.. 

11 Henry T. Wiight.. Paymat'ter. ... 

18 W. B. HixBon \Supt. qf Brdg». 

H O. F. WUson \Ma9ter Mech . 

14 R. Anff^t I Chief Kng 

15 P. Mc EIroy ; O.Road Maeter 

16W. F. Fox \Supt. TeUg.... 

17 W. B. Palmer Purch. Agent. . 

18 W. M. Hopkins. . . Cont'g. Ft. Agt 

19 J. A. McConnell. . ' Trav. Pose. Agt 

90 B. D. Parker \0. N. W.F.Agt. 8t Paul, Minn. 

SI «. H. Webster . . Fm. Car J)ept. . {Minneapolis. Minn 
S9 W. H. Whittaker.. Fm.Rep. iSAo/m Albert Lea, Minn. 

S8 J. Holla ,Fm.Iiep. SAtnu Fort Dodge, la. 

S4 J. Mercer Fm. Paint i9ApiMinn'apont,Minn 

siS Atiittant Road Maetere.—^. SnlUvan, Minneap 
oils, Minn.: D. Connell, Waterville, Minn.; J. Maddt^n, 
Waseca, Minn.: F. Qlbbs, Fort Dodge, la.; W. West- 
fall, Morton, Minn. 

96 W. I. Allen TVain Master.. 'Minn'apolia.Minn 

Train Jf<w/^..| Fort Dodge, la. 
(7ar^c(Xrt/n/9n/tMlnn*apolis,Minn 



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27 H. 8. Holm 

S8 Clinton Brooke' > 



456 Minneapolis) Sanlt St. Marie and 
Atlantic By.— Turtle Lake to Rhinelander, 141 
miles. 



1 W. D. Waihbnm.. 

2 John Martin 

8 F. J. L«*avenworth 

4C. H. Pottit 

5 F. D. Underwood. 
6C.T.Fox» «•»«».. 

7W. W. Rich* 

8 J. G.Taylor* 

9H. L. 8hate 

10 C D. Hammond 

11 H.W.Hamiltoi.»«" 
IS Chas. F. Clement. 
18 T. A. Fraser 



President 

Vice-President. 

Secretary 

TrMsurer. 

Gen. Manager. 
Local Trevs... 
Chief En. dt Sp 
G.T.dbP.A.dbA 
Gen. Fat. Agt. 
Land Agent... 
CrAc.STdTD. 
Car Serv. Agt.. 
Mast. Mech 

General office, Minneapolis, Minn. 

457 Minneapolis Union By. 

See St. Paul, Mlntuapolis and Manitoba Ry. 



Minn'apoll0,Mlnn 



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458 Minnesota and Nortli-lirestern BB. 

— 8t. Pan! to Duboque, 'ZM.bO miles ; Hayfield to Lyie, 
28 miles ; Sumner to Hampton, 6-1 miles. Line under 
constniciion from Dubuque to Chicago, 167 miles, of 
which now completed about 100 miles. 

1 A B. Stickney. . . President 8t. Paul; Minn. 

2 C. W. Benson ... Vice-President .1 
8 W. B. Bend» *• »o 7>Ya«/r<r ' 

4Fred'kG. King... Ass't 7V^a#. ...New York, N. Y. 

6 John I. Thompson Sec. dt Solicitor\iit. Paul, Minn. 
aW.B.Bend Ass'tSec 

7 Raymond Da Puy. Gen. Supt. 
8J. A. Hanley»2«.. (?. Trc 
9T. A. Whitmore... Ass' 

10 F. W. Davis » «. . . Auditor. 

11 John Daly '•"... Car Account' f. 

12 Joel May Supt. Si. P.Dir 

13 U. Femftrora ■ Chi^ Eng. . 

14 T.W. Heinizclman Mast. Mech. 

15 P. Cowley \Road Master , . 

16 Metropolit.TruftC. i Transfer Agt. . 

General office, 8t. Paul, Minn. Transfer office. Met- 
ropolitan Tnu«t Co., New York, N. Y. Repair Shopx 
at 8t. Paul, Miun. 

(a) Chicago, St. Paul and Ehnsas City 2?tf.— Dea 
Moines to Cedar Falls. 107 miles ; Waterloo to Hudson. 
miletf ; VaFeria Coal Branch, 4 milea ; Waterloo to 
Oelwdn, 25 miles— total, 145 mihs. 

1 R. T. Wilton ^President. 



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New York, N. Y. 



2 J. V. Johnson 

3 A. B. Stickney 

4 Geo. C. McMichael 
5M. C. Woodruff... 

6 W. M. Johnson... 

7 W. T. Block 

8 W. L. Dickson.... 

9 H. Fernsirom 

10 M. C. Wheeler.... 
lie. M.Burnett 



Ass't to Pres.. 
Vice-President. 
Oen. Manager. 

Secretary 

Treasurer 

A.S.<tGi dtp A 

Auditor 

Chitf Eng 

Mast. Mech 

Road Master. . . 



New York, N. Y. 
Marshalltown, la. 
8t. Panl, Miun. 
Marshalltown, la. 
Dubuque, la. 
Marshalltown, la. 



St. Paul, Minn. 

Marshalltown, la 
ti t.* 



459 MlssUqnol Valley Ballroad.— 8t. Al- 
bans to Riehford, 29 miles. 

1 W. C. Smith ^President iSt. Albans, Vt. 

ST. M. Deal ISuperintendentl 

8 W.T.Smith \See.db Treas... \ 

General office, St. Albans, Vt. 

460 Mississippi and Tennessee BB.— 

Memphis to Grenada, 100 miles. 

1 E. H. Harriman. . . \ President New York, N. Y. 

2 F. M. White i Mce-President.fAemphii^, Tenn. 



3 Alfred Decker. 

4S. H.Lamb 

5 M.Burke 

A A. J. Knapp 

7 James A. Sangston 

8 J. C. Ramsay 

9 8. J. Bolton 

10 J. T. Salter 

IIH. G. Coltart'«»». 



Secretar i \ Xew York, N. Y. 

Treasurer [Memphis, Tenn. 

Gen. Supt. 



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Oen. F. AT. A. 

Otn.Trav.P.A. 

Master Mech... 

Master Car B>\ 

Road Mastfr . . .Sardii*, Tenn. 

Car .4«»t/«<7. . Memphis, Tenn. 

General office, Memphis, Teon. 

461 Mlssonrl, loura, and Nebraska BB. 

—Keokuk to Humeston, 131 milts. 

1 T. Thatcher* * » i«. RecHver Keokuk, la. 

S H. F. Clark Gen. Manager..^ ** ** 

8 W. 8. Speirs G.F.dtP. Agt.l 

4 J. F. Howell* .... \Aud. dt Paym. ' 
6E. Dresser' « " iTrain Master .jCentreville, la. 

(a) CentrevtUe, Moravia and Albia i?i?.— Cenireville 
to Albia Junction, 24 miles. 

1 Thomas Thatcher. \RecHter | Keokuk, la. 

General office, Keokuk, la. 

462 Missouri, Kansas and Texas By. 
See Missouri Pacific Ry. System. 

463 Missouri PadttcBy. Sjstem. 

Gbnkral Ofkrating Offickrs. 

1 William Kerrigan. . | Gen. Supt St. Louis, Mo. 

5 C. G. Warner « ' ". . i Gzn. Auditor. . ; *• 



(7) 



See note of explanation on first page, 

97 



LEWIS FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. 




Our No. 2 holds two 
gallons. Throws a 
stream 50 feet. Can 
be kept under press- 
ure ready for use, or 
put under pressure in 
15 seconds. Can be 
operated from a lad- 
der and in other pla- 
ces where a pump 
would be useless. Our 
new lining makes our 
goods non-corrosive. 

In use by Union Pacific, 
Chicago and Alton, 
and other railroads. 





For partleiiliri »ddrw» 

THE LEWIS HAND FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO., 

^r. XjE^im, Oenerol IManascer. CHXIOAG^. 



POOE'S DIRECTOET OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



■Ku. OpiKiTiKa OmcNm.— COnliniua. 
ID. 8. H. Smith.. ..|£ocaI7Vua....jSt.Loii1(.Uo. 

* W. a.Vtwtttui...\0ai.7yaf.Mgr.' 
iOaen0.1tamT..\rtt. Tra/.Vgr. 

■ W. C. Stltb lAt^l O. tbt.A. 

JC. V.Lewl*. lAm'tO.jit.A. 

e J. C. Kkholu \Oai. Sao. Agt. 

• A. QooJd \PitrdLAntni.. 

II J. aCI«iMDU....Uw't Aij7l««r. 

UO. A. HajroM \ImB. L.,C.A3t. 

ItO.W.Hequembonrg OirAnr. Agt. 
MW.B.Oniten Chi^Bvrgton. 



IS R. M. Peck. . . 



S'lpt.Br.ABt 



4S3 mia»*arl FboIHc Rr. ajfiten 

liniud. 
lOJ. D. Gnnn ITVoln ym((r..|Ch»iopB 



WT. II. riicpattlclcMo. RoarlXai'frlstdtH^ Mo. 

ISW. McLeod \Q. SoadMiulfr\Onn'UaTBit,X»n 

UDIrU< 
T. Cihlll, \ 






: P. 8h«l 



-. lloldi-n. Ml),; rf, Fallon. 



a, Mo. 



» ACVViJIienbarg", Oir AefoanfiU 1 

ID C. n. Dene i j-j^f. Claim Agt 

Lina SoiM nf MniMn and Tnmriana. 
SI B. W. McCnllousta O. P. A Tkt.A.\D*yM, Tex. 
Si J. R a>1i>n]ili....i^M'( 0*n.F.A\ 

Una A'orlA itf Dtnlion and Texartana. 
n R. C. Towngend . . < Oen. P. A T.A. 8t. Lonli, Mo. 
Ml..k.Emtnoa..,Otn.Fgl.Agl.\ 
Ijgal Department. 
■ft tffm. A)I(cU(>r..|ei. Lonln. Ho. 

3fE.Q.'iteiT\iia....\AM'UoO.B<i.\ 
W Dillon « Sw.)-nB.. GfH. Cb«i.«»I . . New York.N, T. 
WT. J. Ponil.. .. fin. >r(DnM|i.|Bt. LODle. Mo. 
S>K>eRMAWagcrn*r Ooi. .jnomcH Atctalaon, Ku. 
Kflkkei,Bi>[u£Bik'rl(7fll. .Jftnmw* Houalon.Tsi. 

FAaiEHSiB iisD Frcisht Aonm. 
llL.A.Em«»u.... (ien.EatLAgt.\V 

as W. K. Ho^t Eatl. Pan. Agt 

MJ.P.McCinn. ... Trm.Paii.AgC 
S4 A. B. TorrlecJIL. .. Jf, E. Agent. . . " 
» H. M. Newbeidn.. \.K. Trav.Ag, 
XB. a. Thamnsan,. Cent. Paie. Agt'Pltutii 
9TN, R Warwick.... Diit. /•ati.Agl.Cioclnuau.xj. 
mCoke Aleunder.. BUI. Piui.Agt.'lDiliBipolM.loi. ! 
» TratelUng Fatmgtr Agtnli.—H. D. WItfon, SL I 
- ■ ■' .; H. 8. ChrHlopber, J, B. Fiawler, Chlc«(0, 
- ■ ■ — "^ ~ T, F. OoiTnj. 



Kan.; i*, Cntry, J^evedal Mo. 

IS AaUUtnt Boad Mattert.—3. W. BiIleT, iDdcpaod- 
rOiX, Kan.; B W. Brooka. UttBKa. Kan.: 3. B. Walab, 
CoBtjiVa^ Kan.; J. llalloran. Ocdfko. Kan. 

16L. BaiUelt ] Vrur. VerAqnlc St. LodIi, Ho. 

17 9. H. Wsller ..... U». JfaX.Jftrt, 9ed»lU, Ho 
iBW.T. New U«. iffl JficA.'Cyprnl, Ban. 

\i F>>remtni^aolmdHo«ta.— 



w York, H. T. i 



. . Boaton. Hut. 



bnrgh. Pa. 



; K jVCroPble, 



"EVJ-aw; ■ 



1. Neb. 

40 J. B. Bnnls \Tr.. P.itL.Aof. .Chicago. III. 

41 v. H, Morton \Smig. Agt .... St. Lunle. Mo. 

agt, R nnfe>. ,»>. TVav, .l^.lLonlivlUe. Kj 

>, J|Kn'...|Ch)ciga.II1. 
^..^....^. Agrnl...Ctifo, 111. 
.[fiip. ^(, ^^,. Little Rock, Ark, 
41 TravelUitg FrOfilit Agen'n. 
■all, O.; R C. Bradrbaw, Kai 
Lane. Alcbiaon. Kan.; J, A. Wi: 
U, TDmer, Dallai, Tci, ; B, W, 



47Tl>0a.F.Fl«her.... 
' «A.A.Oinieber... 

4>B.P.Ha|hea 

H>a. H. Campbell... 
ftl W, B.GarTan... 
HC.P.Rector.. . ., 

BBJ.B.Lyon 

MH.B.8mUb,jr,., 

UB. G. Lonn 

MJ.H. Miller. 



(a) MUtouH FaHjtr. RaU, 
4M mUee; wllb bn,DChM. 1, 



Lire Sloct Agt.DnDw. Tei, 
So. Pair. ^j(,.iCh»it'no')»,Tenii 
Tf^mPOH.Agt HoDiton. Tei. 
(ttn. 4p»nt.,.,iG«lvr«lnn, Tei. 
Ctm. Fgt, Ast.'AlcbleoD. ttth, 
IHv.F.AP.A.iyi\t.b\i^ Kan, 
Wett.PaM:Agt.\KmDntC\\3. Mo. 
Pat. CboMXafSBnFrandBCD.Cai 
Paii.Coany.A.\ 
So.Ta:.Pai4.A,lM\u, Tei, 
iND DiTisioB Omcme, 

St, Loali to Omaha. 



«a; F.w:-ld.m., 


Holden,' Mo^ 


F. wl Diebert. 


FlsHiBDtHm.Ho.; O 




ilD. Conncll OroTB, K 


a.\ A. B^'jickson'. Omaha,' Neb. : 


PnJnk Le«l., 81. Lon 


., ko.; B. B. Ford, S«lalU, Mo.; 


J. WlthetloD, Plenian 


,^111, Mo.;TliomaiDayl^Che- 


lopa, Kan.; J. Miller, 




■JOThomaeFieJiteq. 


J..Jffl#<.Jf«A.!Holden, bo. 


■Jl W. B. Vennllllon 




Trav. EnginOT Sedalfa, Mo. 




Mml. Car BJrSt. Loill~. Mo. 


■MXR.Hoff.:;:::;;' 


f\>r- car Aiji.. Cjpru", Kan. 


Jin'. H. Bemphlfl.. 




f\n:»iKnS»m .81, Louie, Mo. 
Par aiofk.Shpsf 


IT Ocnrie llazen 

« William Bombeig. 


SKSsui.;: 


■WJ.T.Jone. . 


MP. K. Cbnrcb 


Fi-r.MM!,.31p.i •■ ■■ 


SI.I.MUIa 


r^.Black.SlG.\ •' " 
For.BoUtr&ip " " 


MJ, K. Elklua 


■a J H Warner. 


Gm. Foreman .CTProa. Kan. 




&m..nv.CarZ>.St, Louli,Uo. 


»B.K.Thom«n.:;: 


For. Pan. Td. 


MLL.Batea 


mttk?'' F^ " " 
For.P^ntShp ;| '^ 


sr N. II, Parker, 




MP. w; chrtitir"::; 


em'.J&B,rf^:Bolden.Mo. 


400*0. A. Annairong 


tlF.W.Tanner..." 


Otn. Fo. 8<B.|Alcbl»ot,, Kan. 




Louis, Mo. Tranafer oDce, ISB 


Broadwaj. NewTotit 


N.Y. 




tand Tezai fly.— Hannibal. Mo., 


toTaylor. Tei., SMn 


11. ■;»lt1ibrau'h«, TfllmllM. 


IJar CioQld ... . 


tPreeid-nt 


New York, H. T. 


S8.H. 11. Clark ... 


,iV.-P.*<l.ll. 


31. Lonli. MO. 


8A.L. Hopkioe.... 


td V.~Pra. ... 


NewYotk, R.T 


4H. B. Henaon. .. 


me.* Trial... 




fiD.KelK. 


Land Comm'r. 




«J. J.Frey, .,,. , 


a.Ko.i>fBen,;-n 
A:li.No.i^Dm 




TW.B. Ljone 

gj.ff. Maxwell... 


^A.%.. 


1 BL.W. Welch... 


'oiviiim Supt.' 


ParMDa,KaB. 


UW.T.Kellj 


i%'g^tS^ 


:: 



o A. II. vaiBi........ 

■ OeoreeC. Smith.. 
TD.B.B.Bmll'-""* 
- - 3. Drake. 



It Diviiion Road MaUtrt.—J. B. McDotiald.MobeilT. 
Uto.: J. 8hannneHey. Nenda, Ho.: B. F. BiTihe, Sr- 
ioIlB. M".; B. P. Brackm. Savanna, I, T.; O, UcOowan, 
Dalla), Tex.; M. C, Paiion, White-boto, Tex,; 
Qannl, Alnrado, Tex.: U. Mclnnery, Council < 
Ran.; P. J. Conlej. Port Worth. Tel.; J. C. 
Fort Worth, Tex.; G. R Johnson, Taylor. Te_.. 
I O'Brien, Denlaon. Tex, ; W, D, KeDBedj, OreenTllle. 
New York, N. Y. Tci.; U. N. NewlBnd, Moskogec, 1, Ter. 



I« F.-PdS.JT.'Sl. Louis. Ho. 
idV.-Preii.... INewYork.N.Y 
Stc.A 7>nu.,.! -' I 

AWi Sefrrtarv St. Lonli, Ho. 
Loeal Treat ■■ ■' I 



Bedalla, Mo. , 

> SiTMdD augtrintfPdenU.—'a, Q. aark, St. Lonlt, , 

.a.; J. B. Flandeti, Pleaeant Hill. Mo.; J. W. IMIbr. ' 

~^«» Cltj, Mo.; T. P. Diinawaj, Oaawatomle, Kan. ; ' 

. niektepr, FVin Bcoit. Kan. 









































^n.%%tTf.: 














SU£fe;:.. 






Fm. loc-Itepl. '.Kn*it.Uo. 



' See note of explanation on Jim* page. 
QCt 






C/3 






E^ 



Ex? 




POOB'B DIBECTORT OF EAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



: Kjr, Symtem — .Ms- 



}■■. Car a/.,,.: 

_ I. Bladt.Shp' 

._._ _ An. UhbA Mp' 

SI A. Hnnlcke Fm. Paint aiip\ 



SiJ.KohlbohD 

SI Thomu EntMiik*. 



4aj. W. DIckino 



_ ... CarSijH 
PVa. TtK S&p. 
In. Pm. f4 



f^. Oarl>i>.. PimoTiB. Kon, 
e^. Oar Zt-p.. H*nallMl. Mo. 
"- Co*. Dtpl 8ed«M«, M... 

. *. J?. *fl. Psrmnii, K'ln. 

.F.S.Sa. Dcniun. T.-i 

.F.B.dt/t.^aoMea.K". 

I. to 7Vaa(r,lP«l«tl(M!, T,-s. 



tBCbwlooClaike . 



.in'taaol |Br« 

Train MomIt. Fori 
HJf.SaofDtkPa, 
Train Matttr.. "— 
&<n, Funinaa 

Ftn.BminaB. 

Fm.BoUtraHp. 
Om.F.OarZlif. 



jrm, sounn a. urei'nvun rri 
M''ta- MixH...\Dtiiinm.iat. 
Sw. fn^'iwc.'I'ilciitlnii, Trx, 



4«3 MlHoarl PacIHc Ry. A< 



I Chu.I^.Ad&me. Jr. PnddeHl iBotloD, Um. 

IBlUtu Mkiui. .. Fift-PriHdmt.\ 

S Henty McFirline Ste itTreai...\ " 

4JimMM. Hsm... Ar.SB-,* Twai New Turk, N. Y. 

S W. fl. Dodrtridaa . flupeH/iMiirf'n(|Alehlfon, Kun. 

aw. J. Browawn.. IVolnJraKer.. OrroDlcsf. Ksn. 

T M. T, FltlpHriclt. ZMr.AoaX Xu»f AWiiiMn, Knn. 

SJt.C.MrQuttioa.. 2Mp.£nid Jforf Downr, Knn. 

«R. H. EmriTCU.... ifcul. JAM.... Au:liiM>ii,K>ii. 

lOJ. M. Weaver tHv. Matl llMA\(ittenitat Ku, 

IIJ. R. BuMlt 01c. Vtf'.VKA Downa. Km. 

19 Cbu. Wincheck. . J'ih.( 4 C .ZWitiAMhlmp, Kiii. 

Uf.V/.Ttanei. ... O.F.B.,t.BDrp\ 
leJoa.Blukbiiiii.. . ;Vr. Car Dipt \ " " 

(A 51. JLovli. iron JroHfUoln and Boulhm SB— St. 
LodIi Io Tmarkan*, 4B9 m-i tmncltM, 190 m. 

1 JiT Oanld 

S B, H. H, - 



L B^kii 



It J.S.QrccD 

UJ.T.E'iMUr 

lia, O. Rodgen.. 



t1». J.Mdoiwr... 

laJ.D, Winn 

WCon.Prgllt. 

■OJ. H.QODdtQ.. .. 

■1 W. H. Ilarria 

nC. UcFberun... 

n Plsrca DoTlB 

M Wm. Smenion. , 



Pr^Hdtn'... 



.._ Nt-wYoTk. N.T. 

If r.-P.*OJf8l.Loni«.Mo, 
Id F.-PrrtUaU'Jien Tork. N. Y, 
iL^ndO.ct.'fSfeJai. Lnnl*. Mo, 
Land C.tHArt\UuleKrKk, Ark. 
B«p*riiitindriunt. LoiiLs, Mo. 

Pt$.aiat iDfSou.Hn. 

7VaMJU<i«e(r..^Biim>in:k. Ua. 

Ms. Smil LUtli? licick. Ark. 

TrainMaKfr. iKsolwl, Ark. 
TVoin XiuUr. . [TaaiVtm. Ark. 



If.. Newport. Artt. 
ir.. yoratCIlT Ark. 
FT,. Arkadelphti, Ark 

^.iiOiSoto, Mo. 

^t«. Aaundff.lSt. LdbI^Mo. 
Aii'l Fin.B.ff ; 



MWintini PraU.... 
SS E. T. Stone.. .. 
StOiciirDaDlUila.,. 
»A.S. Henrr..., 

W H. Pi inter 

KT PWrick Dalton . 
98 R. V. Wkgner. 
SIM. UcRnth .... 
40JetrTBalg[oa ... 
41 l^lrlck Loieit. . 



oulAem 
n.F.Xac». Slip Di 
Foi. BladC-S^p' 
FmBoUtrShp 
Fm Tin Stop 
Fm-BrofFiii 
Fm. BaiHid A 
f>-«L Jloind n 
M-nUr a A1, 
Ft». CoaciSh 
Fm. Car Bep. 
Fm. (Jar Srp. 
Fin. Fgl. sip 

Ai.Fm.Fi.eAp.1 

Fm. Wrtet Car^ 
Fm. Flail. MUi.i 



Itn.-fimtinvd. 



DtyW 



paplu Bliill 
Bctniont. M< 



St. IxiDli. Ho 
Cerondilet K 
He Soto, Mo. 



t, Ua. 



«M*nln Self An. Oir At^M.lPoplu BInff, M< 

47 Andjr Connor Fm. OarflqM.iCliirleBlon. Mo. 

4SW. H. Rom 'Fm. Car Ripi iBIrd'* Point. Mi 

tfD.MrCnrihj 'Jnn. Cbr AflM.Colnmbui. Kt. 

M H. M. RrtiBrdwn.^jViu/. HkI, . . . iBiring Cro»,Ar 

.11 S. P. FuIUt. ^Ok*. Fm. Simp: 

MC. H, Li.ndny. ■"- -—-—'' 



Mo. 




T<'>.( R Uinnl, Trliiitr. Tu.j M. BirPcnFy. Henie. 

Ti-i.; T. Dally, An«in, Te*.; J. /. Bntke, PMJuail. Ti-i. 

11L.K. Mi'cbflt.. 

](} G. W. Sbipman 

1S8. H.SwinKlBr.. 

ITII.P.Nlclioli... 



6i«l./W.*ae*.|PaIeil 
Oen.Fm. Cart 

" -^ Taylor, Tq. 

B*]ie>toii. Ti 



MK.S.Nyr 

MW.T.Mwardit , 
gsr. L. WbllMCBTn 
87 H. Waller 



lUanlne, Tei 



Pale^ae. 1 



iifci. found .a 

J^. BoUtr S/lp 
Fm PoimiaUp 

O.Fm.OarDtp. 

Fia. Car Krp. 

Fm. Car Bep . 
F/ii. Car Sep. 
Supt. B.*B 
Otri.Fm.B.41- , 

Ba. ffliffinwr. I 
Id Bnitrn 



1 W. H. Bardlnd \Pruidflil.. ... -Bily«lon. Tei 

DW.U.NeirniaD.... mai/Vwi</r'i(. 

SD.B. H.Bmtth \Ste. ,t Trtai .St. Lonia, Mo. 

IB.O.Fk-mlrw .... awvWntmd^rPi' 
6RR.Lrle \Pirch.Agl ■ "' 



9RS. Ilejci .. 
i D. H. H. Sinilh. 
4 J. B. VanUine 



^3^ See note of explanation on first pogs. 



fMOS. M. CARNEGIE, DAVID A. STEWART. HEr4RY PHIPPS, Jr^ 

Chiirmin StcrtUry. Trttturtr. 

<<^ LIMITED, (^ yr. 



PROPRIETORS OF THE 



Edgar Thomson Steel Works, 

Located at BESSEMEB, ALLEGHENY 00., FA. 

On Unes of the PBNITA R B., BALTO. St OHIO B. B., St P., McE. & T. B. B. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

STEEL RAILS, 



'5 

GUARANTEED EQUAL TO ANY MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OR EUROPE. 



PROPRIETORS OF THE 



UNION IRON MILLS, 

LOCATED AT THIRTY-THIRD STREET, A. V. R.' R.. PITTSBURGH, PENN'A, 

Manufkoturers or 

IRON FOR STRUCTURES, 

Bridge Iron, Iron Beams, Aligles, Bar Iron, Tees, 

Channel Bars, Car Truck Channels, 

Universal Hill Plates, Light Steel Rails. 

SPECIAL ATTENTI ON GIVEN UNUSUAL Yh APES AND SIZES. 

UtIiocniplM of Seotloxifl. ftod Book of Detailad Information, giving Caloulationa of^ftxmiB, eto.t lyamlditd 

to Xnginaen and Arohitaota on applloation. 



STEEL DEPARTMENT— Branch Office, 48 Fifth Ave., PITTSBURGH. 
IRON DEPARTMENT— Office, Thirty-third Street, PITTSBURGH 

NEW YORK OFFICE [Sffis-^iMS:] 21-23 BROAD ST. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



463-477. 



463 IWlMonrl Padfle Ry. System.— Citm* 
Untied. 

(h) Sf. Louis, Fort Soott and Wichita RR.—Fort Scott 
to An (bony. Kan., 914 miles: Bldnrftdo to McPhereon, 
62 miles ; Wichita to Eldorado, 47 milen. 

IJ. n. Richards. 
2 H. H. Dowland. 
8 A. H. Calef Treasurer. 



4D. 8. H. Smith.... 

5 C. O. Warner 

6It Hardine 

7 W P. McNair 

8 John Oaffnej 

9 Thos. Gaffnej . . . 
lORobr. SulliTan.... 

11 H. Bonrer 

12J. G.Wright 



V.-P. cf AU'y.. Wichita, Kan. 
S^rttary 



Local Trfos..., 
Otn. Aftditor,, 
Sapt. &. Eng. . . 
^.5. itTr.MaM. 
Rofid Master. 
Asst Rd. Mast. 
A»H. Rd. Mast 
M.M. (V M. C. a. 



New York, N. Y. 

St. Louis, Mo. 
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Wichita, Kan. 
«« %k 

Toronto. Kan. 
Fort Scott, Kan. 
Kldorado. Kan. 
Recce. Kan. 
Wichita, Kan. 



Om.For.BdbB 

General office, Fort Scott, Kan. 

(0 Wichita and Colorado i?£.— Wichita to Hntchin- 
son, 47 miletf. 

»•••• Prtsinent ... • . . I 

2.F. H. Richards. ...i V.P.ttO.Atty IWichlU, Kan. 
3R.Hardins \Svpt. A Eng . 

4 D. 8 H. Smith Local Tresis... iSt Louis, Mo. 

5 C. G. Warner i Gtn Auditor. . 

H. C Townsend.. .Gf. P. <tT. A.. 

7 L. A. Emerson Gtn. Fgi. Agt. 

8 C. P. Rector Div. F. A P. A. \ Fort Scott, Kan. 

464 IVIls«ioarl ffontliern RR.— Leeper Sta- 
tion to Keystone, 9 miles. 



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1 Daniel Goetel 

2 Wm. S McMnllea.. 
8C. W. McCrea 



President lOil City, Pa. 

VicePnsident. '* 
Secretary Leeper, Mo. 
























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General offise, Leeper, Mo. 

465 IfIobll««nd Alabama Grand Trunk 

RR.— Mobile to Bij^bee Bridge. 56 miles. Not in op- 
eration. 

IW. H Pratt I Trustee | Mobile, Ala. 

466 mobile and GIrard RR» 

See Central RR. of Georgia. 

467 IVfoblle and North-HTestern RR.— 

Glendale to CUirksville. 81 miles. 

I Thoma« T. A. Lyon.\ Pi-esident Glendalo, Ml«s. 

a W. H. Gardner. . . . . | Vtce- President. ' 

3 L, Brewer Treasurer. . . 

4 A. H. Talllaferro. . . {Secretary 

5 G. W. Onarles | Gn. P d-F.A. 

6 Jamaa Mayhew. . . . [Rnnd Matter . . 

7 R. L. Vansant I CMsf Engineer] 

468 mobile and Olilo RR.— Mobile to Bast 
Cairo, 493 miles; with branches, 84 miles. 

1 W. Butler Duncan. ;P/y;rWtfn^ .. ..;New York, N. Y. 

2 T. M. R. Talcott I V.-P. <fc G. .¥..' Mobile, Ala. 
8HenryTacon«*»»o 7V^<M. <fc 5te...i " 

4 Georjfe Uyet" . . . . ! Aud. A Conip..^ •* '» 

6 E. L. RuKnell i Gen. Solicitor. . ' " " 

6 H. 8. DePew , Trq0c Mgr ... iSt. Louis, Mo. 

7 J. L. O. Charlton..' r/«n. Pass. Agt.\ *' 
8M. Sweeny \S TcdPurAgl " 

9 O D Harris ,Supt. Mo. 7\)^^. Whistler, Ala. 

10 D. McLaren Supt. Mob.JHv. ' Mobile, Ala. 

II Ohas. HAmilion.... ISupt.St. L.Div. St. Louis, Mo. 

U J. N. Seale M. Tr.Mob TMc. i Meridian, Miss. 

18 J. P. Meredith. . . . '.V. Tr.St.L.Div\E. St. Ix)nis, 111. 

14 R. D. Christopher. /«. o//lflr. ^ort«. Mobile, Ala. 

15 T. W. Newell M.M. St L. IHr. 'E. St. Louis, 111. 

16 C. M. Shepard ...i/^ym.tftOwAVI Mobile, Ala. 

17 Sumner Hopkins.. I &«n. TT/t. ^^^..iKansas City Mo. 

18 J. T. Poe .Gen. Sn.Agt... {Mobile, A\ti. 

19 T. J. Whitehead. . , General Agent.\i?>t. Louis. Mo. 

20 R. C. Perkins j Trav. Fgt.Agt. Jackson, Tenn. 

21 lunis Hopkins \G.A.,Pas.Ikp.\'&X. Louis. Mo. 

22 B. D. Spencer i Gen. T. P. -Aflr^. 'Chicago, III. 

28 John Howard ' Trav. Pass. A . 'Jackson, Tenn. 

24 W. G. Martin.. ~ 

25R.F.Ray 

26 B. B. Poeey 



27 J. N. Bberle \L.A Imm. Agt 



Trav. Pass. >4.i Kansas City. Mo. 
aty Pais. ^£1^^ I Aberdeen Miss. 
aty Pa»s. Agt. St. Louis, Mo. 



468 mobile and Oblo WLWL,— Continued. 

28 Road Masters.— E. W. Satterwhite, Mobile, Ala. ; 
M. English, Jackson, Tenn.; R. Boyle, Sparta, III. 

General office. Mobile. Ala. New York office, 11 
Pine St. Registrar of Stock and Debentnrea, 
Farmers* Loan and Tmst Co., New York, N. Y. 

469 mobUe and Spring Hill RR.-Mobile 
to Spring Hill, 7 miles. 

1 Daniel McNeill .. \ President | Mobile, Ala. 

SC. F.Sheldon Sec Tre.A P A \ 

8 F. Ingate ! Superintendent j 



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4 J. E. Smifh 
6 R. P. Deshon 



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Mast. Car Rep 
Attorney ... 

Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at Mobile, Ala. 

470 mollne and South-Eastern 

Moline to C^al Valley, 8 miles. 



1 Richard MansiU 

2 B B. Saville. . . . 
3R. Battcrsby.... 



Rock Island, 111. 



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Pres. <f Treas. 
ViceP. A Sec.. 
Gen. Mathager. 

471 moniion RR.— Monson Junction to Slate 
Quarries, 8 miles. 

1 H. A. Whiiing \PreHdent I Wilton, N. H. 

2 J. F, Kimball t Treasurer. 'Lowell, Moss. 

3 J. F. Spra?ue Sec. cfe Atty 'Monson, Me. 

4 G. A. Mathews .... Gen. Manager. , ** *' 

5 Warren Nickcrson . i Chitf Engineer\ " " 

General office, Lowell, Mass. Locomotive and Car 
Repair Shops at Monson, Me. 

473 mo nt Alto RR.— Waynesboro to Junction 
C. V. RR., 18 miles. 

1 Thomas B.Kennedy President IChambersb'e, Pa. 

2 E. B. Wiestling. . ..See.dt Treas. . . Mont Alto, Pa. 
8 G. B. Wiestling*.. . . Eng. tt Supt. . . | 

General office, Mont Alto, Franklin Co.. Pa. 

473 montana Union Rjr.— Butte to Garrison 
62 miles. (Controlled by Union Pacific Ry. Co.) 

1 N. J. T. Dana \Pres. d- G. M. 'Butte, Mont. 

2 Chat*. Blarkwell .... SuperintetuUnt\ " 
3R. H.G.Minty....;^.il<feG'Jf<fe7'X| " 

474 montsomery and Florida Ry.— 

(Snccesi*or to Montgomery Southern Ry.) Montgomery, 
Ala., to Forkland Station, 40 miles. 

1 C. W. Scotteld \PreHdent jNew York, N. Y. 

2 M. P. LeGrand n<y-f /-^^i^^n/. Moutgomfry,Ala. 

3 8. D. Hubbard \Sec. A Treas. . . | ^' 

4 John D.Roquemore ■ Counsellor | " " 

General office, Montgomery, Ala. 

475 montonr Railroad.— Montour Junction 
to Imperial, 12 miles. 

1 Willism McCTeeTy.\ President i Pittsburgh, Pa. 

2 Wm. M. Short • »• '6Vc. rf Treas. . . ' 

3 C. R. Brown - Gen.S. APu.A.. Impcrisl. Pa. 

4 L. M. Jenkins. . . . ' Gen. F. tfe P. A. ** 

6 C. A. Cooper i Chi*f Engineer Pittsburgh, Pa. 

6 H. C Johnson' » . . . , Car Account' t.^ 

7 Henry Newman Mast.Car Rep.. Imperial, Pa. 

8 Daniel Mshoney . . . \Road Master . . | " '* 

General office, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

476 montpeller and UTells River RR. 

— Moutpelier to Wells River. 88 miles. 

1 D. U. Sortwell ! President i E.Camb'ge, Maw. 

2 S S. Thompson.... \Jlce- President. iLyndonvTlle. Vt. 

3 Joel Foster | Clerk <t Treas. ' Montpelier, Vi. 

4 W. A. Stowell .Superintendent 

5 FW.Morse"<»"ioii| C.cft^/./^.if P.^ 

6 C. C. Field I Mast, of Mach 

7 E R. Morse \Road Master. . 

8 C. F. Robinson .... Mast. Car Rep. 

General office, Montpelier, Vt. 

477 montreal andSorcl Ry.— Armstrong to 
St. Lambert, 46 miles. 

1 James Armstrong. . Presitlent 'Rorel, Que. 

2 W. Newhouse \Se€. A Treas . . Monircai, Que. 



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Its^ See note of explanation on first page. 

103 



D. C. BACON, President. 



M. F. AMOROUS, General Manage 



ATLANTA LUMBER COMPANY, 



MAiniFACTUEEBS OF LONG LEAF 



Georgia Yellow Pine 



BILLS CUT TO ORDER FOR CARS, BRIDGES AND TRESTLES. 

Kiln-Dry Dressed Flooring and Finish 

FBOOUCEBS OF THE CELEBRATED "A " BBAKDS KILK-DBIED FLOOBING. 



ATLANTA, GEORGIA. 



The Mitchell & Rowland Lumber Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




Bridge T^imber 

Norway Pioe Gar Sills and Deckiog-Car Rooflog and Siding, 

And all kinds of WHITE and NORWAY Pine Building Lumber. 



THE MITCHELL & ROWLAND LUMBER CO 

TOLEDO, O. 



POOR'S DIRECTOET OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



4T7 Utontreal aMdSorelB7>— Ci»(fiiu<d- 

!C N.Anii«troin""'6Vn. .VaiKHW.IMonlrifil.tioa. 

8 K. a Wuriele" "•i.Otn.P.* F.A-i ■• " 

OenusI offlrs, Monlnal. Que. 
4TS KIontraM Ballwar.— MoDtKiseloTnDk- 



mci I. BUiie)e 
B. BwniTord. 
ID P, Dakilee' 



.\Pftiintnl 
'jVr.O.^P.a 



DcbClinDk.ri. 



Siipt iTnnktmonoek-Pn 

vv. n. jHiup ivtrt, lii}icilor..liSon^iOBe,Pa. 

• Fdlx AD'iri I C>iJ'/f "If Jn«rlTaakbunnock,P* 

GCDenl office, MoDinwe, Pa. 

4T9 IlIorKBD'' LonlsIamondTaxaaRR. 

aM&mthini Pacilk Conijiany. 

480 MorrI* Connlr RR.-CharluUebar; to 
Fononmi. n nill». 

1 OorrellA. Holmrt.. Pretlil*rH [Patenoii, H. /. 

» J. L, CDnnlni!h»in,.l7V«o»(n(i-, 

SRuiMll T. Low. ..ISwreMry | 

Oenerol offlM, Pmerecin, N. J. 

481 no»lia«*iirk VaII«r RB.— Woodlawn 
SlUlon tD8aylnvlIl«,3in11ce. 

1 W. p. iterlri PnHdmt IPatrlocktt. B. I. 

SChuloO. S«wl.. [Stertlari/ " " 

S Frad. C. UuIbi' • 'Triiuurtr. ...' " " 

4 George H.ClAike. Gta.Supl iSurleaim*. R. I. 

OvnenI office, 8B]ile«il]Ie. B. I. 

483 Honnt Hope mtiaral RR.— Ut. Hope 
toPDrtUntuHioUtii. 

IJuhnl. Blair \PraUUM IBIalrMOHi]. N.J. 

:iB.T.HataFld Ufce. * 7V««...In™ York, N. T. 

SSamnel Davit UttB.Siipl IPort Unm, M.J. 

Qeoaral o«ce. 03 W»1l St., New York. N, Y. 

483 noant Oliver Incline tlj, 
IC.J. Schnlli .\i;tHil«nl IPltWbnrgh, Pi. 



!f JohoP. Bescb... 



S Frank E. Broi 

S Bd. D. Uarlov 
4 Waller AlliLii 



WHBbiueloi 

blDEtoD, 3.33 mil 
..l-rrH'H-U 



SI Milk St., BoftoD. Uau. 
49s nioklnftum ranatr Rr.-Zgneavlll?, 
O. IocaDaecIloniTltIiB.,Z. AC.Itj.. Bnllw. 



8B.D.Schn]U T.-, v- ' , | 

488 ntnakrat ■•■ke iinil nam Rl*« 

RR.— IIU*krilLiik.'ToC]!imlilv«t, Kiinlei. . 

lalw.V.Mann /■ n, Mlc 

S SiepboD Moofc. . . . i";.. > ■.■ ' : i- 'lunpii.Mic 
a Oeorse W. Moore.. i.i>c. .v I rum .. i^niiilinc. Mich. 
4 Fnitl. T. Moore.... ,(/,,^ .«ina4,f,,L,iki, tiLy, Mtc 
5J. C. Brem-tu,. .. lOA-rf Englwer-iVrtm'tCcBUi:,} 

Qencral olBca, Lake Cilj, Mich. LoeonwUve u 
Car ReJMlr Sbopi at Hnui l^iailon, Mlcb. 

487 Nantaeket B*ach RR..'OId Caloi 
HODte. HIngbam, to Pembsnoii, Hall. 7 mllea. 

lA.W.Hoore i7Vw«m .Boaton, Ma»». 

BW. B. JeDrer Uefg 3«pt. . . . !Pnabertan,Uai 

Oeneral olBce, Pouibcrion, Ilall, Haae. 

48S Nanincket RaJlroad.— Maotnckat i 

SlweuoHt, 11 mlleB. 

I Joiimban l>orr. ,.,\Pr'iidint ,Bo»lon,MaM. 

araillp H. Folger*...[Si.p»r|y,/mrf(ra!l ■■ 



DBbiirr ".'.'*a'i 



General oflica, SI Mlik i^l 



489 napanfc, Taiturortk atntf Qncbac 



BR. C. Carter'.. 
T H. B. Sherwoo. 



8C. A 



.'Simian/ ■ .. Napanee 
.TrtofTir 'Deaeronl 

.■Am(, 6'ni..rfan. 

. Sii. O.F.dP.A.\llnpmte 



a. Oal. 



- M. J. Bnllitr rAii^ffairfnwi'iNiipBnpo. C -. 

10 J. A. Daiia .Vni'. .tf'rAonic Durrroiilci Oiil. 

11 E. U. Wallbrldao. Jl.M.,i-FC-arJt.,liiii^a-'t, Oal. 
Oeneial oRlGe, Deaoroalo, Ont. 

(at B"!/ nf Q'tlntr Hnilii-av ai^ JVid^ulIm (%.— Det- 



7 W B.«cMorrich..fiWldtw iToronio. Out. 

Locoiuotlfo and CarRepalrShopaatDeteroetu, Ont. 

(*) Brtrrirfilo yarlgaHoH Co. 
I'E.Vl.nMibaa ...APraldtiit . ...iDeaenmlO. Ont. 
a IV, H. AvUworlb.. B«-/*HtWni<. " 

a F. !». BnilibEin TVmwvfw 

4B, C. Cnncr \etn. ManoDtrA " " 

5C. A. Milliner. 'Audi/or. 1 " " 

LocomoliTc and Car Repair ShopaatSeaeronlo. Out. 

(c) T'Aouon'l/WandsAJf.— OuwnoqnctoGananoqDe 
Jancilon. 4mU«. 

1 H. B. Ralbbna ■ Putiihi,! iliesnuniu. Out. 

SE.W. Ratbbnn'.... ric,-l;r-\.luil.\ 

g F. 8. Hatlibnn • < . . T.^ai'^i'tr 

4W. R, ArlaworUi...v,ow,ir^ 



r, Hon 






.. Gnnanoqae. OnL 



il.Slalllker U.'mJ JiarHr.. Ganaiioyue. Ont. 

QeDeral office. Deaeronlo, Ont. 

400 NarrRsanaotI Pier BR,— Klngaton lo 

,I..V -: IT.-,. ■! '■ .'.l,n, IPsaccdale, H.L 

,0 T. LBuphpnr'- . A-C/ifSiio[ " " 

G, T. Liuipheat.. ri.l.d'fA.l " " 

, P. I). Brtnnap..., ■-,■ i!.i3rtr...i " 

Hi-, .:,!. r <-. .: ,.M1i:e<. Peacediklc. R. I. LOCO- 



I J W Thomaa 

K M rrl 



■/Vfl (f'n Iffin'Naahrllle, 1 



02 N b and PI n BR.— Colnm- 

! R anw IV ICo mbU. Tenn. 



E B tahnt 
B 

u Oed 



IKbk tile, Tenn. 
■Illc. Kjr. ■ 
Naa lllo,K7. 



C^T" See note of explanation a 
105 



1 fret page. 



The Atlantic Refining Co 

DOMESTIC TRADE DEPARTMENT, 



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OFFICE, 



125 Arch St., Philadelphia. 

HIGH TEST CARBON OILS 

FOR RAILROADS, 

A SPECIALTY, 150° to 175° Fire Test. 



SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE CELEBRATED BRANDS, 

Optimus and <3> Lubricating Oils, 

FOR CAR BOXES AND HEAVY JOURNALS. 

CONTINENTAL, 150° Fire Test, and ROYAL OIL, 140° Fire Test, 

in cases or bbls., safe for FAMILY USE. 

ENGINE AND CYLINDER OILS. 



GASOLINES, All Gravities, from 62° to 105°. 



9DEBS TVILILi ■RECEJTVE PROlttPX i^XXENXIOM. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICULS. 



4I98>509. 



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498 NateheS) Jackson and Oolnmbns 

RR.— Natchez to Jacktfoii, ICO miles. 

1 W. T. Martin PreHdeni Natches. MIm. 

S J. C. 8ch waits . Vice-Pre*id€rU.Co\jiXQb\u^, O. 

3 Joseph M. Kern*«. Secretary ! Natchez, Miss. 

4 Ge«»rKeW. Koontsi Trtaturtr. i 

5 T. ^rw\mtkm%^...\auptHntendmt\ 

6 W. H. Llnganl .... Oen.Fgt.dP.A 

7 W. H. Llngnrd*. . . I ««w. Auditor. . 

8 Joseph T. Pratt. . . \M<ut. Modi . . 

9 J. G. Enders \Ma»t. Car Jiep. 

10 T. 8. WlUiami*... Ja Brdq.AP.A \ 

11 J. C. Maodeville . . Road Master . . MartUi, MUf . 

General office, Natchez, Miss. 

494 Natchez, Red River and Texas RR. 

— Vidalia to Biack River, k6 miles. 

1 Hiram R. Steele. . . \Prts. d- O. M. .Vidalia, La. 
% Ruf as F. Lamard . . i Vice-Prfsident J " 

3 Isaac Lowenberg. . \Sec. <fe TVeas . ' " 

4 G. W. Quarles \Sup«rinUnde/U , " 

5J. H.Scott \G. F. dP.A.., '• 

495 NauffStnck RR.— Nauiratnck Jnnction to 
Wiueced, 67 miles : Wateriown and Waierbary RR., 

5 mUes ; trackage (N. Y., N. H. A U. RR.), 5 mUes. 



1 W. D. Bishop . . 
S Horace Nichols' 

8 George W. Bcach»'« 

4 J. M. Tomlinson.. 

5 L. B. Nickerson. . . 
OSamael Wilmot... 

7W. M. SUples 

8S. M. Bnnies 

9 Henry D. Beach. . . 

10 John Eggleston . . . 

11 J.Giles 

19 D. Gibfion 

13 G. W. Lulgo 



^PreHderU 

See., T A T.A. 

Oen. Supt 

Oen. T. Agent 
FreiafU Agent.. 

Auditor 

Chi^ CUrk ... 
Supt.of Bdge.. 
A.Su.&Su.R.S. 
Road Maeter. . . 
For. Car Shop. 
For. Mach.Shp. 
For. Paint Shp. 



[Bridgeport, Ct. 



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Waterbury, Ct. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 



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IWaterhnry, Ct. 
I Bridgeport, Ct. 
[Waterbury, Ct. 
Bridgeport, Ct. 



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General office, Bridgeport, Conn . 

496 Nevada and California RR.— Reno to 
Oneida, 30 miles. 

1 B. L. Heriot Manager IReno. Ne?. 

9 Muran Bros , Owners jNew York, N. Y. 

- General office, Reno, NeT. 

497 Nevada Central Rj. 

8te Union Pacific Ry. 

498 Nevada Coonty Narroiv Gaoffe RR. 

—Golf HZ to Nevada City, 9a miles. 

1 John F. Kidder*... 'P., G.M.&C.S. Grass Valley, Cal. 
9 Peter Johnston ... I Vice-President, 
3 Coleman A Glaseon Treasurtrs .... 

4 George Fletcher. ...\S.jA.,F.<f:P.A, 

5 J. C. McCormick... Mast. Mech. 

6 George Marphy. , 
7R. ScanJan 



It 



It 



M. Car Painter' 

For. qf 7Vo«i;..iBnena Vista, Cal. 
8 D. Scanlan For. of TVocA..', Grass Valley, Cal. 

499 Nevada and Oregon RR.—Reno North- 
wwt. 31 miles. This road is now known as the Nevada 
and Califoraia RR. See 496. 

Genera] office, Reno, Ne?. 

500. New^ Rrnnsivick Ry.— Gibson to Ed- 
mandston, 164 miles ; branches and leased lines, 989 
miles ; total miles, 446. 



1 Bamael Thome 

9 J. Kennedy Tod. . . . 

3 Alfred 8eely> « 

4F. W. Ctam* 

5 J. F. Leavitt* 

6 G. A. Haggerty . . . . 

7 Moses Burpee 

8 John Stewart 

9H. D.McLeod 



President 'New York, N. Y. 

Vice-President. \ 

Sec. d Treas . . St. John, N. B. 

O. M. AFgt.A. 

O.P.A Tkt.Agt 

Meek. Supt McAdam J., N.B. 

Chief Engineer Woodstock, N.B. 

SupLN.mv... 

Supt. S. Div... \Si. John, N. B. 



500 New Brnnswlek Wtj*— Continued. 

10 Track Masters.— "D. Brown, St. John, N. B.; G. 
Rainnie, McAdam, N. B.; D. Tapley, Woodstock, N.B. ; 
C. W. Bnrpee, Grand Falls, N. B. 

General office, St. John, N. B. New York Agency. 
J. Kennedy Tod A Co., 68 William St. 

501 New Brunswick and Prince Bd- 
w^ard Ry.— Sackvilleto Port Elgin, 90 miles. 



1 Jostah Wood . 
9 C. B. Tmeman 
8 W. C. Mllner.. 

4 I. F. Allison... 

5 R. C. Boxall. . 



SackYille, N. B. 



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President.... 
Treasurer. . . 

Secretary 

Accountant . 
Chi^f Engineer 

502 Nenrburff, Dutchess and Connecti- 
cut RR.— Dutchess Junction to Milkrton, t9 miu-i* ; 
aud, 

503 Clove Branck RR.— Clove Branch Junc- 
tion to Sylvan Lake, 4 miles. 



Officers of both Railroads. 

S. Schultze« * • • Pres. tt Trtas.. 

Secretary 

G.S.d O.Ft.A. 
G. T. Ag.dk Au. 
M.M.AM.CB 



Matteawan, N. Y. 



it 



Dutchess tl.,N.Y. 
R.M. db iJfwp.fi.l Matteawan, N. Y. 



9 George Pearson 

ST. F. Stryker 



Pittsburgh, Pa. 
New Castle, Pa. 



IJ 

9William A. Wells. 

8 C. L. Kimball* ^ « 
4WilliamH. Moore' 

5G. D. Holmes 

6B. F. Stowell 

General office, Matteawan, N. Y. 

504 New Castle RR. (snd Mining Co.)— New 
Castle to Coal Centre, 6 miles. 

1 Joshua Rhodes President 

V.-P. d G. J/.. 
Sec. d Treas... 

General office. New Castle, Pa. 

505 New^ Castle and Butler RR.— New 

Castle to Grand View, miles. 

1 O. H. P. Green \Pres. d G. M. 

9 M. 8. Marquis ! Treasurer 

SGeo. W. ZohDBon..\Secretary 

506 Newfoundland Ry.-St John's to Sal- 
mon Cove, 45 miles. 

President New York. N. Y. 

V.-P, d G. M. St. JohnV,NTd. 
Src. d Treas... ^^ew York, N. Y. 
Auditor St. John's, NTd. 



New Castle, Pa. 



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1 William Bond. 
9 ex. Hobbs.. 
8F. W. AlUn... 
4E. H. Aaville.. 
5 Mason Loomis 



6'Ai>/ Engineer\ 



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General office, St. John's, Newfoundland. 

507 Neiv Haven and Berby RR.— Niw 

Haven to Ansouia, 18 miles. 

IJ. A. Sperry President 'New Haven, Ct. 



9C.L. English 

8 Charles Atwater' « 
4F. B. Harrison*... 
5E. 8. Oniniard.... 

6 Fred. Qiiintard.... 

7 Charles Shelion 



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Vice-President. 
Tr.dTran.Ag. 
S. d G. Tkt.A. 

Gen. Supt 

Gen. Fgt. Agt. 
Auditor 

8 John M. Whitock. M. Ma.dCarR. 

9 D. W. Sharp R.M. Supt. B. 

lu E. 8. Quiulard' •. .M.T.d P. A.. 

General office. New Haven, Ct. 

508 New^ Haven aud Nortkampton RR. 

—New Haven to Conway Junction, 95 miiCS ; brandies 
and leased lines, "iS miles. 



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1 Charles N.Yeamans 

9B. A.Ray* «« 

3M. C. Parker^*.... 
4R. G. Curtis 

5 Henry Fox 

6 John Sweeney 



President | Westfleld, Ma^s. 

T.,S.d G.T.A. Now Haven, Ct. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 



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P.A.dAsst.Su. 

Mast. Mech 

/m. Car Reps. 

509 Nesr Jersey and New^ York 

Erie Junction to Stony Point, 83.75 miles ; Nauuet und 
New City RR.^ S miles ; leaded lines, 1 mile. 



1 Valentine L. Lsry.. 
9 Isaac D. Demarest.- 
8 Henry C. Deming. . 



President 

Vice-President. 
Sec, d Treas . . 



New York, N. Y. 



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See note of explanation on fir »t page. 

107 



MERCER RUBBER CO., 

TRENTON, N. J., 

JP. O. Drawer 24. MANUFACTURERS OF 

Tank, LocomotiYe, Steam, Fire and 



Suction Hose, 



BRAKE PIPE, CAB SPBIXGS, PACKING, VALVES, GAS- 
KETS, BINGS, MACHINE BELTING, TUBING, 
WATEB GAUGE WASHEBS. 

AIR BRAKE HOSE k SPECIALTY. 

Our LOCOMOTIVE HOSE is especially made for 
conveying steam back in the Tanks. 

PRICE LISTS AND SPECIAL DISCOUNTS FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. 





. CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

GRINDSTONES 

OF ALL GRITS AND SIZES. 

GRINDSTONE FRAMES IN AVOOD AND IRON. 

HANGINGS OF ALL KINDS. 




Bridgre Stone in any Quantity. Annual Shipments, 
1 , 500,000 Feet. Refer to Cliief Engineers of L. S. & 
. S. R. R., C. C. C. &. I. R. R., and N. Y. C. «& St. L. R. R. 



POOR'S DIRECTOBY OP RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



509-617. 



509 Ney^r 

ConHnwd 

4 J. D. FMbroaek<*s« 

5 J. S. Drake 

6 L. B. Van Wagnen. 

7R. W. JepBon 

8L. Doyle 



Jersey and Nenv Tork RR.~ 



Cfen. M. A And. New York. N Y. 

Supt. A M. M. Uillt'dale, N. J. 

Mas. Car Bid.: 

Fm. hoc. Eepti. *• 

Rmd MiuUr. . Westwood. N. J. 

General office, foot Chambers St., New Tork City. 

510 Neir liondon Nortbern KR« 

.S^ Cmtral Vermont BB, 

511 Ne^T Mexico aod Arizona KH. 

Se« Atchigon, Topeka and San fa Ft SR. Co. 

513 New^ Orleans and Carrollton RH.— 

New Orleans to Carrollton and branchea, 17 miles. 

1 I. Hernandez , Preaideni. New Orleans, La. 

«W.V. Crouch Treat. A SfC.. 

8 C. V. Halle SupeHnUtyitiU 

4 John Dahmcr 

5 M. Konnts 



Chitf Engittetr 
Road Master . . 



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513 New Orleans and Gnlf RR.— New 

Orleans to Shell B<ach. 30 fnlles ; Poyndras to Point-a- 
la-Hache, 36 miUs (under construction); branches, 3 
miles. 

1 John R. Elder .... PreHdntU Iiidianapoli(> Jnd. 

2 Lloyd R Coleman. I Fii<« Pretident. New Orieant>, La. 
i .M. R Spellman ... \Secretary ** 

4 Lncat* £. Moore....<7Vm«i/rtr *' " 

General office, NeW Orleans, La. 

514 New^ Orleans and N o rib- Saa tern 
RR. 

net (^uem and Crescent Rotifs. 

515 Newport and IVlckford RR.— Wick, 
ford Jmdction to Newport, 8 miles. 

1 George M. Miller. . ..President (New York. N. Y. 

2 A. S. Sherman ^Stc, d TVmv... Newport, K. I. 

3 J. B. Gardiner \3nperintendent'^ProY\dexice, R I. 

4 S. B. Gardiner Road Master. . jWickford, R. L 

General office, Newport, R. I. 

516 Newport Ne'%vs and Ullsslsalppl Val- 
ley €o« 

This company operates under the title Eastern Dl- 
vision, the Chesapeake and Ohio Ry , &01.89 miles, and 
the Blizabethtown, Lexington and Big Sandy RR., 
139.42 miles ; and under tlie title Western Dlvisitm, the 
Chesapeake. Oitio and Souihwestem RR., 398.48 mrles. 
Total, 1,039.79 miles. 

Genrral Officsrs. 

1 C. P. Huntington. . \President New York, N. Y. 

2 1. E. Gates \utV.P.AS.i!kT. 

3 W. C. Wickbam.. .;2cr Vice Pies... Richmond, Va. 

4 John Echols. ...\M Vice-Pres. . . Louisville. Kv. 

5 Chas. H. Tweed... . , Gm. Counsel. . New York, N. Y. 
eWm. llahl As.toP.dbCmt.. 



7 John Muir... 
6H. W. Fuller. 



Gen. Traffic Jf.' 
Otn.lHu.dT.A Louisville, Ky. 



COBPOBATI AND OPERATING OFFICERS. 



(a) Chssapeake and Ohio Ry. ' 



9 C. P. Hnntinijrton. 

10 C. Adolphe Low. 

11 W. C. Wickham . 

12 K. T. Toamler. . . 
18C E. Wellford... 
14H.T. Wickham.. 

15 C. H. Bronson . . . 

16 John Garrett 

17 W. M. 8. Dunn . . 

18 B. D. Uotchkiss . 

19B. T.Smith 

90 M. L. Lum 

21 T. L. Chapman . . 

22 J. W.Hopkins... 

&8H. RDilf. 

24R.PeckhAm 

7b Cbss. Lomine. . . 



New York, N.Y. 



President . . . 

W Vice-Prtf. 

2d V^ePres... Richmond. Va 

Sec. <f Treas... New York, N. Y 

As. to id v. P. Richmond, Va. 

Gen. Solicitor .\ 

Auditor 

Cashier 

Gen. Snpt .... 

Gen. Fat. Agt. 

Supt. IVans... 

Chi^ Fnaineer'. 

Su. Mot. Power, 

'Supt. Ut Ihv..\ 

'Supt. 2d Div... Hfnton, W. Va. 

\Car AecounVt. Richmond, Va. 

\Gtn. Bag. Agt.\ 




































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516 Newport News and misslsslppl Val- 
ley Co,—Chts(rpsaks and Ohio Ry.— Continued, 



26 M. B. Leonard. 

27 A. S. Emmons. 



Supt. qf Teleg.. Richmond, Va. 
Purch. Agt ...\ 
(h) Etizahethtown^ Lexington and Big Sandy RB. 

28 A. L. Reid President New York, N. Y. 

29 Jolm Kchols Vies-Prss ~ 

3«)LB. Gntes Treasurer 

31 W. C. Emery '.Secretary 

32 J. D. YTTingion..' Superintendent 

33 Wm. Plumroer. . . . ]Fgt. Agtnt . . . 

(<r> Chesapeake, Ohio and South- Wtstsrn RB. 

84 C. P. Huntington.. President New York, N. Y. 

85 John Echols ; Vice-PreHdtnt. Louiaville, Ky. 

861. E. Gates \Sh:. A Treas. ..THe^ York, N. Y. 

87 H. Cummins Chief AUifrn*y. Louisville, Ky 

Aeet.toV.'Pres . 
Auditor 



Louisville, Ky. 
New York, 1S(. Y. 

Lexington, Ky. 



Paducah, Kv. 



38 C. F. Krebs. 

39 J. W. Baird 

40 8. Youn? Cashter. 

41 B. P. Mitchell \G. F. Agent. 

42 Jas. L. Frazier Superintendent 

48 J. F. Klepper Mast. Trans. , 

44 J. W. Luttrell ....SujU. Mach... 

45A. T.Sabine \Supt.Boadl^tLon\9y\\\e, Ky. 

46H. H.Walton \ Fuel Agent.... \ 

Executive oflice, 28 Broad St., New York, N. Y. 
General office, Richmond, Va. 

517 New^ York Central and Hodson 
River RR.— New York City to Buffalo. 442 miles : 
branches. 267 miles; leased lines, 245 miles ; lottil 
length, 954 miles. 



ICor.Vanderbilt... 

2 Ch'ncey M. Depew 

3 Charles C. Clarke. 



Ch.qf Board.. 

President 

Ut Vicel'ies 



New York. N. Y. 



4 Horace J. Hayden.'2dF-/'.<f:Cr'rjf 



Aest. to lYes... 

Secretary 

Treasurer 



5 James TillinKhast. 

6 E. D. Worcester. . 

7 E.V. W Rossiter"* 

8 John CarMteneen..ii4M/:. Treasurer 

9 Isaac P. Chambers) Controller 

10 John M. Toucey . . | Gen. Svpt 

11 TbcodoreVoorheesi.^M^ Gen. Svpt. 

12 E. Clark. Jr \Gen. Fgl. Agt. 



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As$t. O. F. AgtA 

A.G.F.A.{n.D)\ 

Gen. Pa tit. Agt. 

Atst. G. P. A.. 

Gen. E. Pass. A. \ 

IHst. Past. Agr/., Albany, N. Y, 



13 S. Goodman 

14 J. R. Collins 

15H»'nry Monctt 

16 E.J. Richards.... 

17 M. C. Roach 

18 Geo. F. Haiiford.. 

19 W. B. Jerome 

20Edson J. Weeks.. 

21 Walter Katte 

32FrHnk Loomls 

28 C. T. Titus [Attorney ! 

24 F. Hinchey I Tax Agent.. . . I 

2.^ W. W. kn^Xej . . . .\Aud.of Di*brt. 
9H Jos. W. Snow As. Aud. of J) 

27 Chas. H. Chambers I i?«(7. of Disbrt. 

28 C. H. Kendrick' ..\Aud.of P. Act. 

29 W. K. Qillett 1^4*. Aud. P. A. 

8U J. W. Horan \Aud. F. Accts. 

31 G. E. Adams i Ass. And. F. A 



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Gen. W.Past.A.ChXcsgo, III. 
G.A.Pass.Dept.^BafltU}, N. Y. 
Chief Engineer,New York. N. Y. 
Gen. Counsel..] 



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32 Charles Reed 

38 J. L. Burdett 

34 8. K. Rnpley 

35 William Buchanan 

36 S. McCuIIy 

87 William D.Otis... 
3» Charles M. Bissell 

39 Zcnas C. Priest. . . 

40 George H. Burrows 

41 J. H. Phyfe 

42 F. H. Phillips 

43 Henry Goold . . . 



Purch. Agent. 

Paymatter 

Supt. Telsg. 



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Po'hkpep8le,N.Y. 



Sup.M.P.AB.Sliew York, N. Y. 
Gen. Bag. Agt. " ♦• 

~ " B. Albany, N. Y. • 



Gen.Boad Mas 
S. a. B. do H.D, 
Supt.L.Di9... 
Supt. W.Div.. 
A.S.H.B.ABD 



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Y. 



New York, N 

Albany, N. Y. 

Bufflilo, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 

Little Falls, N.Y. 

Buffalo, N. Y. 



As. Supt. E. D. 

As. S. W' Dm . . 

44 Mastsr Mechanics.— Teter HcQueen Gibson, West 
81bt St., New York City; John Ortton, West Albany, 
N. Y. ; S. L. White, Syracuse. N. Y. ; A. Gould, Ea»t 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

4.5 Matter Oar Builders. —h. Packard, West Albany, 
N. Y. ; Peter Smith, Baat Rochester, N. Y. ; E. Cham- 
berlain. East Buffalo, N. Y. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

109 



THE LANCASHIRE 



INSURANCE COMPANY 



OF 



MANCHESTER, ENGLAND. 



UHITED STATES OFFICE: 



Nos. 40 & 42 PINE STREET, 

NEW YORK. 

E. LITCHFIELD, Manager. GEORGE PRITCHARD, Sub-Manager. 

THEPENN 
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANGE COHPAST, 



OF PHILADELPHIA. 



ASSETS 811,500,000.00 

SURPLUS TO MEMBERS 2,260,000.00 



A Purely Mutual Companyy conducted solely in the interest of membera, and with 
the object of furoishins^ the best Life Insurance at the least cost. 



40 YEARS' SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS. 

AU ap/yroved farms of Life and Endowment Policies isstiedf which 
become INCONTESTABLE after two years, and are absolutely NON- 
FORFEITABLE for ** reserve'^ value. 

3£emhers who discontinue their payments have tlie option of an 
EXTENSION of the original sum insured or a VAID-VP policy. 



Home Office : 921 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

EDWARD M. NEEDLES, President. HENRY C. BROWN, See'y end Treae. 

HORATIO 8. STEPHENS, VicePree. JESSE J. BARKER, AotMery. 



POOR'S DIRECTORT OF HAILWAT OPFIGIAIA 



SIT N«w York Central andHndMn BIt- 

er BR.— OMJniMif. 

t&JtvadMaiUrt.—J. Tslar, White Pluini. N. Y.; J. 



N. v.; M. R. Winflrld, Albmiy. N 



«lv, N, Y.; 
1. F. AnKfl. 



Taltr. WMtSOtb 
PonchkesiHK, " 
O. b: Oierbagl 
nler.UltleFSl]«..\, y- 
W. UlooKli. 8TrRcu>w, N 
N. Y.; A. d. W«.K.n, K. 
Bauvla, N.T.; H. SuU, 
Wilder. Bnttilo, N. Y. 

Oancnl oBlce, New York. M. Y. 

(01 Wat Short flJ(.-W9fh»wk( 
mll«: bnnchea, 81 nilfl>: tractB) 



s J. u. id/iv. - . 

*E. V.W. RoMtM 
9I.P. Chuaben.. 



9U. H.Kandrtd(■ 
laJ. W.Haafoa... 
- t. W. Bradlejr . . 



Otn. iltaiagtr. New 
(JoulnMet''.. 



la LdcIdi Smtih 

IS Chif . B. Limbctt, 
HO. W. CljmlDi.... 



£(J.H.Boon 

tSThM. AMcorn.. 
SSJamee Huhvlh. 
IT Robert Brock... 
n Jotan B. Dmvi*. . 

mCC.Ctoy 

Ocnenl offlce, Albanj. N. Y. 
" 1 Ceolnl Depot. 



, New York. N. Y. 



CIS N«n York, rtalcaffo «■< St. I.obU 

Br.— iniffnTi jnvklm,- Cotitinutd. 
«> C. R. Shepherd. .. ,SuHrvl«r.....{BDffalo, N.tT. 

SI J. N. UtntuJI Suftrritor Coanetut, U. 

£1 O. Onmle; \8vpfTr<tor {Cleielind, U. 

SS C. D. Qorbsm... \8tip«r\ate<idtvl Ft. Wajno. Ind. 

%^ W. M. P»nl«« . . , . An^HHT. 

!S W. II. Lewis \SaritT Mtth... Stonj lalBDd, III. 

M J, □. Calloiij iSnfiiTClnr. , . Bslli^vtie. O. 

T, Edward lIorpby...!te^wTcJmr... 
S8 J. W, Hurphr .... iSu^ertlvir... 

W W. MrPluil nnm.Z(«D.i>,.st..i-, .v.u«, . 

30 T. B. Hindel IJ^brnn.XwD.JI.ICoBDetat, O. 

SI Caleb uny \FornK.Car Um%\oTcj \*\sti&,\ 

3t r. TatcvDhorat... A'omn.tVirAMiCoDseiDtiO. 
3S lianiDel UcGlll. .. . [fonoi. OlrFnriSloiijr Inland, I 
Oensial office, C'leveland. 0. Tnnifer office, Qr>i 
Central Depot, New York, "^ Y._M»in Shou, » 



... , iValpiralM), Ind. 

.. nnm.Ztwo.A. Stonrlaland, III. 






: En)[liie Bean 
Bellev 



(.New York. 



O., and Buffalo. N. Y. 



, 0„ Coon 



imall repeln. at Ft. 
UDt, O., Cleveland, 



Sup !We«hawkBn.N.J, 

. G. Fgl.A.'Nt^ York, N. Y. 
ra>i.Agt.\ 
. Sag. J|7l. Weebaw 
.E.Fgl.Agl.'Styi Yoi 
N.Sny.PoHAa,''—"-- ' 



file New York CUT >Dd Norlbcrn BR.— 

lIlKb BiiilEB 10 Bri^wMvrB, SS mllea ; Weat Hkia and 
Yunheri, HR , 1 mil,-. 



I. Weebawkeii.N.J. 



..A'.loR.A-P.A. 



A,Pau. 

PiiieA. Aetm 



-^gnat*. 

SlB.Supf. 



IAt.S.M..... 
Btr. R. M. .. 
Bridgt lixtp,. 



ullalo, N.Y._ 



ew Yorl 



N, Y, 



Weehiwkan.K.J, 
ElngetoD, N. Y. 

Newark, N. Y. 
New York, N 



New York, N.y. 



HlghBridgcNY. 
New York, N.Y. 

HlfhBridgcN.Y. 



10 11. C. Moore ■R'-aa Mailtr.. 

11 LW.ilewUt \Fi/rm.ilark.g. 

13 J. J, Mana '.Forrm. Car St. 

IS C. Smart |*'of*Bi./'ii(, ' 

Frankfort, N. Y. General office, I'ler 40, Kaat River. New York, V.Y. 
New purhaip NT sjo New York aad Urretiwood Lake Ry. 

StiXiw yott. LaJte Fj-U and »cMeii. JIR. 

621 New York, Lake Erie and Weatern 



.iFrtil'leiit 



9 D. W. Pardee .. 
8 W. M. UMer"" 
t DarwlD Ttaayeri 



u.dt.Locai fr.iDaiikrrk, N. Y 



7 R.H.' Boole.. 
B. ThomsB. . 
9 (Jeorgc II. Vn 



Rr.-Bnffalo to Uranil CroHlne, M 
L.tj. IM. a. Ry., Oinllaa; N. T„ 



:, Gkleafo and St. LodIk i 



..\Oneraliltipt.. 
itFgl.Traf.iaa. 

It' AnflF^T.JItaa. 
id.Gin. Fgt. AgL. 
..\AM-Uir.n.F.Ag 
\n'FgLCIaimAgl. 
..[(WitFgt.Aul 



Jeraej City. N.J, 
Nfw York. N.Y. 
"' igo, 111. 

fork, S.Y. 



k, «. Y. 

il'Cleveland.O. 



IX J. J.Poel.. ...I 
IK &. F, Campbell,..' 
SO AT. Cuddeback.' 



« O. S. Sprlggi...!! Ota. F^t. Agt.' 
7 B. F. HorDcr. -.-Gen.PaM.AgC.' 

BSE Wllllaniaoii'.'floi.AWiri'tor!.! 

10 M. M, Soigen., . .WarcA. Agtnl..! 

11 B. A. Coaga ]Pa!/matlrr 

11 Jobn Htciencie. .\S. ifMTfI\iwer 
K O. T. WllilaiDa. ..[Sapl. TdKI... ' 
14 James W. Buneii.'Car AavunfC' 

ISL H.King iItw,,-^, a„i. 1 1 NewTork.N.Y. SI Jaa. Bncklej, 

18 W, G, PuiBj, , , , f ; ^""^^ ^Sli. \ Chicago, III. K C. V. V. War 



» W.'l. ilolmes, ,, 
M M. E, t>Wpl««, ,. 
ar F, A, de Uremot 
98 John W. Ooud, 

30 A, F, Hall 

30 B, R JobntloQ.. 



■/FhAo. 



k, N,Y, 



Dd, O, 



SOH. J. Ball.. .., 
87 W.Q, Uason,,, 



..Supl.ofF. ... 
.Ai.a.nfFtrrin 

. SuBl.SlM.POir. ., 

, \S<i»r.llag.i>Ex\Sei, York, N.T 

,10«i.iloadJ(oi(| 

'atKngtr AgmiU. 

OfH. Bait. Agt. Hew York, N.Y 

/HtMo« Agl..\ 

Atm Fug. ^ffr.jBoalon. Usis. 

Oen. tl.-S. Agl. Pbllsdalphia, P 

'aen-.Vo.P. .Jflt.lBuffalo, N.Y. 

WrWon j1ff(,. Ulmlra, N.Y. 

WffWwi .4^.. Bradford, Pa. 



' S«s note of explanation on first page. 
Ill 



F. G. Stark, Prc«. W. T. Haarsfick, Vice-Pres. Geo. Minch, Scc*y and Treas. 

STARK NUT-LOCK CO., 



FOR 



Track, Frogs, Gars, Locomotiyes, Bridges, etc., etc, 

B^*' In use on 60 Railways, and has Never Failed to do the work. 

This Device Absolutely Stops all Wear on Thread, 



Works: NEW YORK, ST. LOUIS. 

Kilo Olllces : 918 and 920 Nonii 21 Street, St. Louis, Mo. 
Braicli Olllces: New Tort, Stewart BnUdlng ; CUcago, Adams Express Snlldiig. 

THOMAS J. POPE & BRO.. 

292 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK, 

DEALER IN 

Ferro-Hanganese, Spiegelelsen, Besseier Iron, etc 

AGENTS FOR 

The Oxford Copper and Sulphur Co., New York Copper Works. 



Cake and Ingot Copper for sale. Pig Lead and Pig Tin. Buy 

and sell Old and New Iron and Steel Rails, Old Car 

Wheels, etc. Correspondence solicited. 



^RON and STEEL BLOOMS, BILLETS and SLABS. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICIALa 



591-((d4. 



511 Ifevr ITork. Lake Brie and Western 

WLH»—C(mtinutd. 

38 W. H. Har1burt,..iG^n. Wf«t.Agt.:Ch\aLgo, 111. 

99 J. O. McCall ^Pac. Coa^M^/. 8auFr«nclsco,Cal 

40 J. B. LoTeland. ..\Europtan A(/MLIverpool, Sng. 

Ka^tem DiviHon— Jenny City to Port Jervis, 87 
milea ; braiiches, 129 miic8. 

41 J. H. Barrett. .. 
4iJ. U.Vreeland.. 
49 J W. Milebam 
44 R. P. 8iaal8.... 



Jeney City, N.J. 



Superintendent 
Mwtt. Mh^ . . . 
For. Car Htp. . 
Rwid MasUr .. 

Dflawwe JHvUion.— Port Jervis to Susquehanna, 105 
mi led ; branchefl, 63 milen. 



(4 



45 K. Van Etten 

46 J. Van Vechten.. 

47 \\r. L.Derr 



Superintendent 
Matter Mech .. . 
Road Master . . 



Port Jervlf, N. Y 



u 



Snxquehanna Z>ipi«(on.- Susquehanna to Hornclla- 
ville, 189 miles. 



48 A. M. Tuclcer Superintendent 



49 V. Blackburn 

50 D. B. Goodeli 

51 J. D. Schnltz 



Mfvtter Mech. 
G.For. Car Hep. 
Road Maeter. . . 



KImlra. N.Y. 
Susqufhanna^NY 
Bimtra, N.Y. 



ta 



it 



Huffalo ZXrMon.— HomellBville to Bnffulo, 91 miles ; 
branchee, 40 miles. 



Itii William Litz 

54 Robert Onnn. 

55 W. A. Heisler 



«» 



52 W. J. Murphy .... \SvperiHtendent\^^ni\o, N.Y. 
,.M trMi,i-.„ T r.- Muitter Mtch. . 

For.Car Shope. 
Road MoMter.. 

Bt{falo and Sout/^ Western iXvMon. — Buffalo to 
Jamestown^ miles. 

56 C. A. Brunn Superintendent Mesdvllle. Pa. 

5r William Liiz ^Ma^tf^r Mech. Buffalo, N.Y. 



5tf J. M. Lorued \Road Mutter.. 



Meadville, Pa. 



Rochester 2>iriWofi. —Coming to Rochester, 95 miles ; 
branches, 65 milus. 

59 W. H. Starr \SupeHftendent IRocbester, N.Y. 

60 G. II. Paine ^ Road Matter. \ ** 

Wettem ZHritfion.— Homellsville to Dunkirk, 1^ 
miles ; branchi s, 65 miles. 

61 W. B. Coffin ;5'/p^H/i/^n(fMi<Hornellsville,NY 

6< J. Hawthorne [Muttler Mech.. 

tt3 O. H. Thompson. . ^Road Matter. . 

General office, Coal and Iron Exchange, New York, 

(a) Ntw York, Pennsylvania and Ohio i?i?.— Sala 
manca to Duyton, 8(^ miles ; branches, 168 miles. 



1 J. R. Shaler General Supt . . 

2 O. G. Cochran.... Utn. Ftit. Agt. 

3 H. C. Hastings.. . Ah. G. Fat. Agt. 

4 A. E. Clark ^As. G A. Agt 

5 H. C. Thom^Aon.. \Gen.Road Matt 

6 J. B. Shaw \Supt. Teleg, . . . 

7 C. D. Ward j Trac Auditor. 

8 S. V. Smith \G. Fm. Car 8h. 

9 J. H. Dynes \G.i:dATaxA 



Cleveland, O. 



ti 



it 



Jamestown, N.Y. 

Kent. O. 
Cleveland, O. 



10 B. P. Popple I <;. En.Pat.Agt.m%vt York, N.Y. 



11 D. E. Holmes.. 

18 K. H. GarHeld 

13 W. W. Dunnavani 



G.tio. Pat. Agt. 
THv. Past. Agt. 
Die. Pott. Agt. 



Omcinnatl, O. 
Jamestown, N.Y. 
Warren, O. 



t( 



Fkutern Divition. 

14 C. A. Bmnn Superintendent iMendviWe, Pa. 

15 J. A. Cooper | Matter Meeh. 

16 1>. 8. Dockstader. 

17 T. G. Armwti-ong . 

18 J W. Alsop 

19 U. Mc .Manns 

:» J. M. Lamard . . . 



Fm. Car Rprt. 

Road Master . . : Jamestown, N.Y. 

Road Matter . . Meadvilie, Pa. 



Rt)a-l Matter . . 
Road Matter . . 



Corry, Pa. 
Buffalo, NY. 



Wetiem Division. 

SI Geo. W. Bartlctt.. ;<Sr///MHn/<!/i'/m< 
W C. J . Clifford. . . . ' Matter Meeh. . . 
JW George WIIbou.... I^w. Car Rprt. 

34 J. Newhani .Road Matter . . 

S5 A. G. Lu»k ! Road Matter . . 

tR M. J. Mclnarna. . . I y?oa(< Mwter 



Gallon, O. 
t. t» 

ki 4( 

Kent. O. 
Akron. O. 
Mansfield. O. 
3(7 1). Ryan I Road Matter . . iDa> ton, O. 



531 IVew York. Lake Erie and l¥estern 

VLH..— Continued. 

Mahoning Divition. 



Superintendent i YonuRstown, O. 

Mutiter Mtch. . Cleveland, O. 

Mst. Car Rprt. \ 

Road Matter . . ! " 

Road Matter . . i Yonngstown, O. 

General office, Cleveland, O. Transfer office, Farmers' 
L. A T. Co , New York, N. Y. 

{b^ Xew York and Oretnwood Lake Ry.—Setfej City 
to Greenwood Lake, 48 miles ; Orange Branch, 4 mlU-B. 



28 J. F. O'Brien 
«0 G. W. West.. 

80 C. N. Thorp 

81 P. Collopy... 
as E. Collopy... 



Pretident New York, N.Y. 

VieePtetident. 
Secretary i " 

I'reatvitr 1 

S'ii)eiiTtftndent Jersev City, N.J. 

Road Matter .., 

Master Meeh . . . i PoraptonJunc N J 

General office, Pavonia Avenue, Jersey City, N. J. 
(<?) Tioga RaUroad.—E\m\ra. to lloytville, 02 miles. 



1 Abram 8. Hewitt.. 

3 8. M. Pelton, Jr.... 
8 A. R. Macdonongb. 

4 T. Bowne 

5 J H. Barrett 

6 W. B. Parsons, Jr. . 

7 F. A. Stinard 



1 John King 

9 A. R. Ma^onongh. 

8 E. White 

4 A. M. Tuckrr 

b J. D. Schnltz 

6 W. G. Tuller 

7 E. Gavigan 

8 Perez Bonny 

9 D. U. Strattun 



New York, NY. 



<t 



Pretident.. 
Secretary .. 
Treaturtr. . 

!^uperintfnAtnt Elmira, N.Y. 
Chi^ Engineer Blowburj? , Pa. 
Purch. Agent.. Nc»v >ork, N.Y. 
RfHid Moifter .. .Bios.- burg, Pa. 
Ma^ur Mach. . . " 

Mant.CarRprH.l 

General office, 21 Cortia .dt St., New York, N. Y. 

(rf) Barclay Coat BR.--B»rc\ny to Towanda, 16 miles. 

1 Edward M. Davis. . I President iCiielton Hills, Pa. 

a J. It Clhghorn Vice-Pretident. , Philadelphia. Pa. 

8 Harvey bUaw.. . . S*c. cfc Treat.. Norristown, Pa. 



4 R. T. Dodfon .... 

5 Daniel McCarthy 

6 H. H. Bentley. .. 



Supt. d' C. A*. 

Mictter Meeh. . 
Road Mantrr . 



Barclay. Pa. 
Foot (if l'laue,Pa. 
Towanda. Pa. 



General office, 154 Souib Fourth St., Philadtlphia, Pa. 

{e) New York., Lake Krie and Wet 'em Coal and RR. 
Co.— Crawford Junction to Jt^hn^ouburg, 80 miles ; 
branches, 2< miles. 

Pretident Ridgway, Pa. 



1 J. K. P. Hall 

4 Edward White... 
8 A. K. Maodonough 
4 W.B. Coffin 



Treasurer 

Secretary . . . 
Dio. Svperinl't. 



New York, N.Y. 
UomeIl»ville,NY 



Pretident iNew Yo k, N.Y. 

Sec. <fc Treat..., 



Red Bank, N. J. 
Philllpr burg,N. J. 



General office, Scranton, Pa. 

523 Ffe%v York and l^ong Branrli R.R.~ 

Peith Am»>6y lo Bay Ihad Ju>c lon, :,8 milcf. Oper- 
ated jointlv by Philadcjpuia & Keudiug and Peuuryl 
vania RK. Cos. 

1 H. 8. Little 

8 A. Ri'cklei«s 

8 Hnfus Blodgett*...!6'///)<;rJntof«(/«7)/'I ongBranch,N.J. 

4 L. D. Bruyn \Rtt. Engineer. Rvd Hank, N.J. 

6 Thomas D. Maurer'^«r</}/&r LoDgBranch.N^J. 

6 W. H. Marshall . . . . i Tmck MatUr. 

7 0. H. Grace ^Hupt. Teleg. . 

533 Ne^ir York and III«Mft«c1iu«etfs BR.— 

Ponghkeepsie to Bost«in Cornerm. 40 miles. ^Laiu 
Poughkeepsie, Hartford &. Boston RR.) 

1 Geo. P. b'elton Pretident PoughkeepsleNY 

3 Henry D. Cone .. Vfe-IYetidenf. Sio<'kf»rictge,MH* 

8 Edward EUwortli. Sec. <t TreO". l*o«ighk»-ci.8»trNY 

4 JAPerkii.s"*****'® A///7.6''./'.rf/'.-4 
6 J. L. Donaldson.. MoMter Meeh . ! 
6J. D. Neul Load Master .\ 

534 New York and NfW Ensland RR.— 

Boitton to Hopewell Junct.. 215 miii't ; branches. Ill 
miles ; ku'ed liues and iiackage, 145 miles— total mile- 
age, 471. 



1 J. A. Bohtwick 

8 Win. P.-Shinn 

8 J. W. Perkins 

4 ♦(3eo. B. Phlppcn* 



President New York, N. Y. 

Vice-l^e-ident. , Boston, Mana. 

S*c.dA^.to/Ytif> 

Tnaturer I " ** 



(8) 



td^T" See note of explanation on fir$t paye. 

113 



MISSISSIPPI GLASS CO., 

St. Iiouis, Mo., 

Manufactures White and Colored 

iif llgbt llnii, 

FROM '.IN'CII TO ?i-INCH THICK, 

rOR ROOF3, SIDINOS AHD PARTITIONS OF DEPOTS, WORSSHOFS 
ANX> OFFIOBS OF RAILROASS. 

Ondoyant and Cathedral Glass and Crown Discs 

FOR DEOKUaHTS AND INTERIOR DECORATIONS OF CARS. 
t3f~ Design* •iwl Samplfii f'litiuAnd vhfn deiimd. 

LOUIS HEIDT & BROS. 

Opalescent, Mosaic and Venetian 

WINDOW GLASS 

Tiles, Dtsks^ BqU's E;e$, Jevels, Glass Canes, 

COR. BOERUM & WHITE 8T8., BROOKLYN, L. 

Make Specialty .of Railroad Car Deck Lights 
in all Colors anil Sites. 



oir Jkx 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY 0FPICIAL8. 



M4-M1. 



S24 Neiv Y«rk and If«w Borland RR. 



A O. W. Little ^PnymatUr . . . 

% A. A. JacksoB.... OmmtoI Afp/.. 
7 A. C. Kendall. . . Gen. Pat*. Agt. 
N CJeorveH.WilliamMi6^n. /><. /Ig^r. 

9 J. A. Bhinu Auditor 

10 G. P. Ingallfl .... I Otn. Bag. Agt ' 



Boiton, Mau. 



tt 



11 L. B Biuwell. 

12 W. W. McKim 

13 J. B. Henney. 



t» 



,Chi^ Bnffineer 

Pitrch. Agent.. 

Supi.Moi.PowA 

11 L. W. Palmer ^p^.7>oi»./>ip., Providence, R I. 

l•^ K. B. Eveni>ou .... \Supt.Ewit.Dit. BustoD, Masa. 

16 Elliot Hoibrook. . . Supf.f/art.IHv.UutfoTd, Conn. 

17 P. St. M. An6rew»'Su. ytltW.lHv Norwich, Conn. 

18 B. n. Tucker ^Hupt. Woo»Z)iP.'Nt'edham, Mann. 

19 C. II. Piatt iiupl. Wtuit. hlv. FlrhkillLdg.N.Y. 

aO Q. L. Perkins* *..\Trea». A^o./Hr.. Norwich, Conn. 

21 E. T. Clappi «... Siw;. JX'or. /Wr 

22 T. F. l.cavitt hiv. Fat. Agent •Bo%\jcm, Mafa. 

»3 A. O. Tattle 'IH9. IW.Agel^t^\\a^rXXox^^ Coon. 

24 George II. llarris.lZHv.Jv^.^a^n^ Norwich, Conn. 
2.5 S. B. Pratt Mm»L Carmdr. NorwoodCtrl, Ma 

26 G. L. Lans Supt. TeUg . . iBoston, lfa»a. 

27 H. 8. White AfaU.Brg.Bldr.PutMm, Conn. 



- 535 New York, New Haren aad Hart- 
ford WlWlm—Continved. 

22 JS^periniendent* of Bridget. — John E. Fallcr, 
Bridgeport, Conn. : B.K. Mason, Hnrtford, Conn.; R. 
}*. Hiitchiiton, Guilford, Conn. ; H. D. Franklin, If id> 
dleiown. Conn. 

28 O. C. Lackey \k.M.Han.DlT. Harrford. Conn. 

24 J. Whitmore \M.C.B. Hart. D. 

General ofllce. Grand Central Depot, New York, N.Y. 

536 New York« Ontario and ITeetera 

Ry.— OHWCgo to Cornwall, k78 miles ; branches, 47 
roiu'8 ; loaned (Uilca, Clinton A Binghampton and 
Rome A Clinton KK«.), 44 mllcH ; truckage (Wc^t 
Shore Ry.). 68 miles. 

1 Thomas P. Fowler Preeidfnt New York, N.Y. 

2 Joseph Price n«!-/V<'/fW/w/. , London. Knj;. 

3 Thoa. SMinyard... Atnt't to Pre*.. New York, N.Y. 



4 John Burton. 



Trean. <ft Stc. 



Childn Oen. Manager. 

Anderson. . G. F. tit P. A. 



tt 



t* 



2« W. II. Griggi MasUr Itech 

2!) E. M. Uam»tone..i.:tfa«t«r Mech... 
80 S. T. Wl.aley. .. [Master Mech... 



NorwoodCUl, Ms 
Hartford, Conn. 
Norwich, Conn. 



81 ^MMMTvJaorv.— A. Goss Franklin, Masa : G. E. Dag- 
gett, Willimantic, Conn. ; Cliarlea Brown. Manchester, 
Conn. ; H. N. Hammond, Wa>«hlnetou, R. 1. ; A C. 
Woodworth, Needham, Macs.: David Toomcy. Norwich, 
Conn. 

32 W. G. Taber 3hi*p Foreman. jBoston, Ma*f . 

:« M. D. Cole Shop /Tortman. I Providence, R. I . 

34 W. M. Cole \Shop /'brfWMiw.lWoonpocket, IM. 

General office, 344 Federal St., Boi>ton, Mas^. 

(a) Norwich and Wnrcester RE. 

1 Francis II. Deviey\Pr*Hdent 'Worcester. Maw. 

2 George L. Perkins. ' Treaeurer |Norwlch, Conn. 

3 Edward T. Clapp. ^See. db D. T. A.\ 

4 P. St. M. Andrews .yM;>^ <fi Mang., 

5 W. W. McKira . . . J^irch. AgeniS .\ 

6 8. D. Bllllnvi \MatitTCearnep: 

7 Stephen F.Whaley MaeUr of Maeh\ 

8 M.M.Whittemore! ^ufiMlor . ...I 

9 G. A. Harris \lAv. Fgt. Agl..\ 

\Q JeatiteB.lEkKn... \Supl.of Bdg8..\ 

11 David Toomey . . . \Road kaeter . | 

12 Second Nat. Bank; Tran^^^iy^n/, Boston, Ma^s. 

• On reqnisition fh>m P. St. M. Andrews. 

585 Neir Torky Neir Haven and Hart- 

fortf RM.— Willlamsbrldfre to Springfield, 128miieii ; 
branches, 17 miles ; leased Iiiies, 1;!5 miles. 



10 J. B. Kerr. 

11 John Fleming 

12 Geo. W. Clymanx. 
18 Jat*. McQueen. 



1 Charles P. Clark.. j 

2 O. M. Shepard....' 
8 lEdward M. Reed. 
4 W. L. Squire* ♦. 

6 W. D. Bishop, Jr 

6 W. B. Barneu ... 

7 W. H. Turner. . | 

8 C. S. Davidson . . . 

9 W. A. Waterbnry.l 

10 U. Kochersper^er, 

11 C. T. Hempstead'. < 

12 Charies Rockwell.; 

13 N. A. Wilcox. ..I 

14 S. C. Fleetwood? >< 

15 JohnKBuddingtoal 

16 Henry A. Bishop..] 

17 J. Henney. Jr 

18 J. Deover ' 

19 A. S. May . 

90 Jamea Searlea 1 



PreHdent Newton, Maaa. 

General Sunt. . !NewHaven,Conn. 
VUM-Preeident. 1 

TYeaeurer New York, N.Y. 

Secretary.. . Bridgeport ,Conn. 
Executive S^cy. New York, N.Y. 

Sp. Jr. 1 . db A'. ( tk t« 

H.D. If 
Supt.Ifart.IHv. Hartford, Conn. 
SuptSdt.AHnee NcwHaveu,C'Oim. 

Controlter 

G.Pe.dtTkt.A. New York, NY. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt. NewHaven,Conn. 
A99H Fgt. Agt. 

AudVor New York, NY. 

Chi^ Enqiimer' NewIIaven.Conn . 

Purxk. AtfmU. . ' 

SHpt.Mot.Pow:\ 

M'tet.CarDept.^ 

Transfer C/erik; New York, N.Y. 

Gen. Bag. Agt.\ 



^ J. E. 

6 J. C. 

7 K. Canlleld iSifp/. iS(>*nZHr.iMlddletown.N.T. 

8 C. W. Lanpher. . . .'supt. So*n Mr.; Norwich, N.Y. 

9 R. D. Rickard.... Purch. Agent.. MlddMown.N Y. 

Attorney New York. N.Y. 

Transfer Aot. 

Gen. Bag. Jl7^ Weehawkcn.N J. 

CarAcct,untant .Middletown,N.Y. 

14 S. .S. Bogart Sttp. Telegraph Weehawkeu.N.J, 

15 E. Minshnil i/«rW«r i/;0rA...;Middlctown.N Y. 

General i»(Hcc, !<» and 18 Exchange Pla<e. N«w York. 
N. Y. Ue^riftrar of Stock, The Mercantile Triift Co., 
New York, N. Y., uml Rtginiry Odice. London, Eng- 
land. Eoglish Association of American Bond and 
Shareholders, Limited, 5-0 Great Winchefter St., Lon- 
don, England. 

537 New York, Penneylvanla and Oklo 
RR. 

See yew York, Lake Erie and Western RR. 

538 New Y^ork, Philadelphia and Nor- 
folk RR. 

S&e Pmnsyirania Company. 

539 New York, Pitteburffk and Cbleaco 

Ry- 

See PittetnirgK Marion and Chicago Ry. 

530 New^ York, Providence and RoMton 

RR.— l^ovidence to Groton, 63 miles ; brancbev, SO 
miles. 

1 Samuel D.Babcock President New York, N. T. 

2Georce M. Maier..;FiMPrMMlm/.i 

8 A.R.Longley,Jr.»*.*^. <* TVya*.*. Stonlngioa, Ct. 

4 J. W. MlllKr \Gen. Manager.. JH^w York, N. Y. 

5 J. B.Gardiner ...Superintendent l*ro\idei.ce, R. I. 

6 J. M. Williams.. . r/«». /V/. i4fl<.. 

70. H. Briggs Gen, Tkt. AgiS 

H W. D. BasTcy' ' ■. Gen. ^M<litor..i8toningion. Ct. 

Paymmier. .. | 
Purch. Agent.. 



9 F. B. Noyes 

10 J. L. Hayden 

11 B. P. Daw ley. 

12 L. M. Butler . 
12 S. A. Wheeler 



KngUMtf 
Master Mech . 
Road Matter. 



Providence, R. I. 



General office, Stonington, it. 

531 New York and Sea Reach Ry.-Bay 

Ridge to Coney Island, tf miles. 



1 Alrick H. 



M.n....|/£»; 



New York. NY 



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/Xrsrtor, 
<t Tre*is. 
2 B. B Lawrence . \ Gen. Manager.. 
:iJAH.T.7ie\9on^'^* A. G.P.FttP.A 

4 Orrln R Whitney. . \S. A Mut.Merh. Bay Ridge, L. I 

5 Frank Jacobns ....\Road Matter ..' 

6 Joseph CarUs \Capt.S. B.Dep.\ 



21 BiMd Mofttert.—i . 0. Clarke (Asst.), Stamfonl, 
Conn.; J. L. Lane, Hartford, Conn. ; M. E. Cook, Guil- 
ford, Conn. 



RR. (Formerly New 

Y. 



(a) Sea Beach and Briohton 
York and Brighton Beach Ry.) 

1 .\lrlck H. Man .... ^ President New York, N 

2 Henry J . Culkn VicePreHdent. \ 

8 CUarlrs T. Carret Stc. tir Treas.. ■ 

General office, 56 Wall St., New York. N. Y. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

115 



\f 



GLASS 





GLAZED ON 



RENDDB'S 

Patent "ACME" Systei. 



OVER SEVEN MILLION SQUARE FEET OF 
GLASS USED ON THIS INCOM- 
PARABLE SYSTEM. 



For the top-lighting of Railway Companies' Building^, the RENDLE 
SYSTEM has been adopted in almost every civilized country. 

The Carlisle (Hiadel Station ( England) ^ covering seven cteres oi 
ground, was entirely glazed on this systetn, (322,000 sq* ft.,) a4so Gordon 
Street Station (130,000 sq. ft.), and Bridge Sireei Station (116,000 
sq. ft.), Glasgow. 

TMrty Railway Companies IiaYe Adopted tbe Rendle System. 

The GRAND CENTRAL DEPOT (Annex BaUdlhs) Sky- 
light, 600x30 ft., for N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., this city, and 
new ERIE DEPOT'S Slcylight, 600x36 ft., for N. Y., L. E. 
& W. R. R., Jersey City, glazed on this system. 



For further particulars, estimates, etc.. 



ARTHUR E. RENDLE, 

New York Office, - - 44 Broadway. 

Philadelphia Office, - 423 Walnut Street, 

Works, E. I Both St., Mott Haven, N. Y. 



POOR'S DIRECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



&9%-94H. 



58t Reur York, Bwtlaad and Kontrcal 

Ry.— ChAtham to Denntngton, 67 milM. 



1 Wm. H. btevensoD. 

2 J. P. Hoppon 

8 A. W. Perrin 

4 0. P. VanAlHtyne.. 



Prwident 

O^n. Supt. ... 
Oen.Pats. Agt. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 



Bridseport, Ct. 
BeDinngton, Yt 



4» 



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G«n«ral office, Bennington, Vt. 



New York, N, Y. 






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Jersey C ty, N. J. 
New York, N Y. 



588 TVeur York, 8a»qa«1iaiii 

RR.-Marlon, N. J., to Qrmvel PUce, Pa., 101 
miles ; tmnches, 58 milei. 

1 P. A. Potts 

28. V. White 

8 JPRiiffcrty»<»»«* 

4 Cban. V. Ware« » • 

6C.D. McKelveyii. 

6 1. 1. Demarest — 

7 C. T. Demarest* . . 

RO. L. Ruj«liiig 

9W. C. Enni*" .. .. 
lOCJeorge Bartle. ... ^ ^ 

11 Qforge Smith \Road Master . 

1% Jamei* Brady \Fm. Car Paint. Worlendyke,N.J. 

Genera] office. 16 Cortlandt St., New York, N. Y. 

534 Ncur York, Texas and ]ll«xl<-an Ry. 

See Southern I'acific Cotnpany. 

5SS Neur York, IVoai Shore and BofTalo 



P. A Gen Man. 
Vice-President. 
Sec. <t JYeas... 

Auditor 

Superintendent 
O. F. A P. A. 

/*urch. Agt 

Chief Engineer 

Master Mech, . . Wortendyke N J 

supt. of 2?r'</fir* Middletown,N.Y 



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Sen yew York Central and Hudson River RR. 

536 N^w York, WoodhaTen and Rock- 
aura y RR.-Lons If land City to Rockaway Beach. 
18 miles. 



President... . iNew York, N.Y. 

VicePreHdent.] 

Sec. A 7V«M... .Rockaway B., N.Y 

Superintendent \ 

Tran^. Agent., ^ew York. N. Y. 

A. <t Tr. Agt. Rockaway B., N.Y 

Mast. Meeh I 

Road Master . . 



1 Aastin Corbin* 

9 J. R. Maxwell. . 
8 PHCassfdy« »»<••»• 
4 Wm. B. Burroughs. 

6 J. D. Campbfll 

6P. H. Cawidy 

7 William LeSenr... 

8 J. B. WiDfluw 

General office, Rockaway Beach, N. Y. Repair 
Sbopii, Rockaway Beach, N. Y. 

537 Norfolk and Oeean Yl^nr Vmrroiw 
Gaose RR.— Norfolk to Ocean View, Va., 8.25 
miles. 



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1 W. H Taylor... 

a P. 8. Taylor 

8 W. A. Mathleson 



Norfolk, Va. 



It 



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President . . . 

Sec. <t Treas. 

.Superintendent 

General office, Norfolk, Va. 

538 Norfolk Soafhem RR. — Berkley 
Bdenton, 78 miles ; branchea, 8 miles. 



to 



1 W. H. PhlliM .... 
8 George C. Wood. . 
3 W. G. Dominick 

4B. W. Corllea 

6M.W. Dominick.. 
6M. K. King* 

7 H. C. Hodgins 

8 J P. JemiiMin. . , 

9 J. 8. Whir worth. 



New York, N. Y. 



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President ..... 
Vice-President 
Treasurer.. .. 

Secreiary 

Ass^t Secretary 

Gen. Manager . Norfolk, Va. 

Gen. P. A F. A. 

Hook-keeper. . . 

Master Meeh . . . 

Road Master. . . 

Transfer office. 



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Berkley, Va. 
It .. 



10 A. M. Hawkins 

Genera! office, Norfolk, Va. Transfer office. 74 
Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

539 Norfolk and Virginia Reaeh RR.— 

Norfolk to Virginia Beich. 18 miles. 



1 CM. Pry 

S James II. Hopkins 

8C. W. Mickey 

4W. G. Elliot 

ftW. J. Welsh 

6J. M.Dlekey 

7 T.O.Troy 



Receiver 

l^esiderU 

Vice-President. 
s. db Solicitor.. 

TYeasurer 

Gen. Manager. 



New York, N. Y. 

MTashlngton, D.C 

Frankliu, Pa. 

Norfolk, Va, 

Franklin, Pa. 
•t It 

Norfolk. Va. 



... Superintendent 

General office, Norfblk, Va. 

540 Norfolk and l¥eat«rn RR.— Norfolk to 
Bristol, 408 milca ; branches, 108 miles. 

1 P. J. Kimball \President iPhiladelphia, Pa. 

8 Charles Q. Bddy . . . | Vioe-Presiiient . \ Roanoke, Va. 



6 A. J. Hemphill.... 
6 M. C. Jamis<m.. . 
7Jo«.H.8auds»»".. 

8W. B. Bevlll 

9 A. Pope 

10 Joseph W. Coxe'. . 

11 W. 0. De Armond. 

13 Joseph B. Lacy . . . 
13W. W. Coe 

14 J I.Doran 

15 TbomsA Pinckney. 

16 C. P. Gaither 



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Roanoke, Va. 



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540 Norfolk and ITesiern WtWt.— C^ntinmed. 

8 W. C. Bnllitt \Ass't to Pres. . Philadelphia, Pa. 

4W.aMacdowell«y^^^^ 

Secretary.... 
Controller . . 
Gen. Manager.. 
G.PATkt.Agt. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 

Auditor 

Pttrcti. -4 ^dn/.. I Philadelphia, Pa. 
Actq. Pat/m. ...\ Koauoke, Va. 
CM'^ Engineer] 

Solicitor ! Philadelphia. Pa. 

Gen.En.Fgt.A. New York, N. Y. 
Ntxc Eng. ^Ij/i. Boston, Mai«p. 

17 Prank Hnger \S\vpt. Wtst. Z>io.| Lynchbarg, Va. 

18 N. M. Osborne. . . . \S\ipt. Knst.Dir. Norfolk, Va. 

19 .S. B. Hdupt Sup. Mot. /'«nr. Roanoke, Va. 

90 William Hunter. . . \lHrision Eng. i Norfolk. Va. 

21 Waller L. Keen.. ' IHrision Eng.. Lynchburg, Va. 

22 J. G. Osborne. . . . [JJitision Eng.. iCeniral Va. 

28 Foremen of Repair Shops.— ^. W. Nasworthy, 
Pett'rsbiirg, Va. : N. H. Smith, Central, Va. ; L. P. 
Ligon, Central. Va. ; W. C. May*, Lynchbnrg, Va. ; R. 
B. Smith, Norfolk, Va. 

24 Superrisors.—W. J. Sowers. Norfolk, Va. ; W. H. 
JJtanley, Nottoway, Va.; J. F. Buck, Salem. Va.; B. If. 
SUnley, Wythevllle, Va. ; W. R. Knox. Churchwood, 
Va. 

General office, Roanoke, Va. Tranj«fer office, Phila- 
delphia . .%38 Walnnt St. ; Transfer office. New York, 
Ci'ninil Tru»t Company. 

541 North Eastern RR. of Georgia. 

Ste Richtnond and Dantllle SysUm. 

542 North Eantern RR. (8. C). 

S^e Atlantic Coast Lirui. 

543 North Pacific Coaat RR.— San Francisco 
to Sancelito, by steamer. (5 miles ; baucellto to Ingrams, 
by ran. 81 miles ; branch, 6 miles. 

1 John W.Coleman.. 

2 William Steel 

3 L. & 8. F. Bk. L'td 

4 F. B. Latham 



Prts.it Gen. M. SanFranciBco,Cal 
Vics-PrtndeiU. 



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Treasurtr. 

S.A.G.P.AT.A 
5 E. H. Shoemaker ..\S^iperintr.mUnt ; Sancelito, CaL 

W. V. Rufsell* I T.M.i^. G.F. ^. SanKranclsco.Cal 

7 F. M. Walter \Road Master . . jSan Rafael, Cal. 

General office, 8t7 Pine St., San Francisco, CaL 

544 North Shore Ry. 

See Canadian Paei/le. 

545 Northern Adirondack RR.— Moira to 

Paul Smith's Station. .34 miles. 

President ! Bridgeport, Ct 

VP. «f- Trfas.^ 

Secrttanj ' 

G.S.R. ir..lf.Jf. at.RegisFall8,NY 
Gen. P. it- F.A. Uoim, N. Y. 

General office, St. Regis Falls, N. Y. 

546 Northern California RR.- Marysville 
to Oroville, 27 miles. 

President ) Marysville, Cal. 

7'reas. A Sec. San Francisco. Cat 
Gen. Jtfana<^<fr.' Marysville, Cal. 
Mast, of Mach. 
Mas. rarpeniet 
Road Master . . 



1 Johnllurd*.... 

o 

3 Geo. Munger. . . 

4 M.Callahan . 
6 A. C. Allif*on' • 



Honeut, Oal. 



1 N. D. Rldeont . . 

3 M. B. Langhome 
8 A. J. Hinn«»y».... 

4 R. 8. Wright 

5 George W Neal . 
6I£. P. Willaixl.... 

General office, Marymrllle, Cal. 

547 Northern Central Ry. 

See Pennsylrania System. 

548 Northern and North- Western Rya. 

— Pt. Doyer to Allnndale, 184 miles ; Toronto to Nipli*- 
sing Junction. 228 miles ; branches, 184 miles— total 
length, 491 miles. 

1 Frank Smit h I Pres. Nor. Ry. Toronto. Ont. 

2 John Stuart \P. li.AN. >K./?.i Hamilton, Ont. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

117 



Detroit Car Wheel Co., 

M ANUFACTUIIEKS OF 

CAR WHEELS 

RAILROAD AHD OTHER CASTIHGS. 

Fonndries : 6D. TBM & H. C. B. i lUNC. 

OFFICE: 

No. 1 NEWBERRY & McMILLAN BUILDING, 

JAMES McMillan Preddent. 

HUGU MoMILLAN Vice PrMident and General MMWgw. 

W. C. MoMILLAN Secretary. 

W. K. ANDERSON Treaaorer. 

J. II. WHITING SuperlDtendent. 








STEAM FORGE CO., 

DETROIT, MICH., 

M:u.iiuraotu.rer0 of all I>e8orlptlons or 

BAR IRON, CAR AND DRIVING AXLES, 

COUPLING LINKS AND PINS, 

Shaftings, Dra^w-Bars, Etc. 

JAS. MoMILLAN PrealdraC. 

HUGH MoMILLAN Vlce-Pree ideal. 

JOHN B. BAUGH Geoeral Maiia«er. 

SAMUEL A. BAUGH SaperlBte&deot. 

W. K. ANDERSON Treaaor«r. 

R. D. FIELD BeeraUry. 

WORKS ON RIVER ROAD, BELOW CITY. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



ft4S-ft5S. 



d Brortli-l¥e«tern Rya. 550 Norihem Paelfle WtM^—dmHntted. 



Oen. Manager. Toronto, Ont. 
Sec. <t Trtas. . . 
Trarum.Svpt... 
Gm F.iSb P.Agt 
MecharUeal Hu. 
Pureh. Agt . . i 

Engineer ' ** '* 

Solicitor 

Ro€id Master . 
Road MofUr . 
Road Master. . 
Road Mae'er, . 
Bridge T-ep... 
Bridge Insp... 



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namllton. Ont 
lAllandnle, One. 

iHanisvlUe, Ont. 
'Alliwdale, Onr. 
Hamilton. Ont. 
Uunuville, Out. 



548 NortlMrn 

3 8. Barker 

4 W. Town»«nd« > <. 

5 Jan. Wehnter* ^ • »» 

ft Kobert Qainni 

? Pcicr Clarke 

8 W. C. Schrelber... 

9 U. Holffate 

10 ». D. Boalton.... 

1 1 Robert Bagnall .... 
ISUeorsre WTleon.... 

13 Joseph Walker.. . 

14 Jamus Brown .... 
1.^ Charles Catcher... 
1« Jumps Gilchrist ... 

17 R Reid \Bfidg4lMp 

IH Jnuies Hawley ... Fm. Carptnter^Toronio^Oiit 

19 Jaaie« Armitage . . \F. Loe.Ma.Shp. 

•JO M. A. Qraham. ...\Fm. Car Shops\ *' 

«l Thomaa Utile ^Fin.PaintSkru} 

22 William RobinHon'^/zt.L cft6'..SftjM Hamiitou, Oat. 

General of&ref, Toronto. Ont. 

549 Nortbern aud Pacllle Jan«Uon Rjr. 

— Uraventiarat to La Vane, 111.85 milev. 

I Dalton McCarthy.. Pr^rfrf^/ Toronto, Ont. 

« WalUTTovvnBcnd. ^<(?r. cfe7V»MW..i ** 

8 J. C. Bailey ' Chief Engineer 

4a.D.Boulton S^MicUor l 

550 Northern Paclllc RR.— St. Panl to Wal- 
lal» Junction, 1.6ft9 m'\W.* ; branchea, leaaed lines, etc., 
1.109 niilea— total, 3,708 miles. 

1 Robert Harris Preeitie/U .... 

3T. P. Oakes UtV.-Pif. O.M. 

:i A. Anderson id VicePree . . , 

4 Jas. B. Williams.. 1 3^/ VlcePree... 

."S S Wilkeaon Secretary 

ti George \i.E»LT\... Atuft't See 

7 Getirye Gray I Gen. Couneel . . 

8 R. L. Belknsp . . ' TVeaeurer 

»G. S. Barter* <»»«^m7 7Viwm.... 

Opebatino Dkpartmbmt. 

inj. T. Odell U.O.M ^. Z><o.|8t. Paul, Minn. 

114. M. Bocktey ....'A.G Jf fr.2>iv iTacoma,Wa«h.T 
« W. T. Hmall Gen. Pureh. Agt 8t. Paul, Minn. 

II G. W. Cashiiiif 
14 John (? Barber , 
I'iT. J. Delamere. 
IffO. C. Greene... 

17 A. A. Honey. .. 

18 M. C. Kimberly. 



New York, N. Y. 
St. Paol, Minn. 
'I'acoma, W. Ter. 
New York, N. Y. 



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St. Panl, Minn. 



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19 A. E. Law 



20 N. D Root 

*il Wade Converse .. 

a-iS. R. Ainalie. ..-I 
2S M L.Ylnlng... j 



S. .IT. P. M. t%R.S\ 

\Ma8t. C7arJ9(ir. Brainerd, Mina. 
' CarAcrountant.%i. Panl. Minn. 

[Sopt. Tdeg •' '• 

A.S.T. W. Z>ir. Portland, Ore. 
\Su. St. P'lD.A I Minneapolis, 

Br* s Minn. 

A.S St.P-lDiK..' \ 
AL.F.A 1). VSt. Panl, Minn. 

RR S 

A ^«i.inn.Z>ii:. Brainerd,Minn. 
Ae.SH. Win. Div Ashland, Wis. 
Su. MlH, (ft Wie. I 
, Divn diy.P.iy Brainerd,Minn. 

F.SBH. 1 1 
A S. N. P. F.\ I Fennis Falls, 
I d R.H. RR.\ C Minn. 

•it J. M. Graham. .. \ j-^^^i^J'^ \ K'^e^town, Dak. 

23 Levi Greer ] \'^\v.'*RR..*^.^.'S \ ^*'^<*' ^*^- 

«rt F. Greene Supt JTo. Z)ii;.!'Mandan, Dak. 

27 F. W.D. Holbrook Sn.YMouxf.Dc.kiUfidXy^, Mont. 

« K. L. R.cbmoBd \ :«"^ f;^- ^'-| [I-'i^S*""- 

29F. W.Gilbert.. 

JWF. P. Wejmonth.. itSTup 

SI C 8. Prowell ... ] 



] i^"/H?'^*!^'" }Mis8onU,Mont 



TdakoTHv. 

Sup. Cascade { 

I Di9. (/Saens 

M Otis Snrafirne iSnp Pad fie Die 

3-1 C. C. Wren^hall. . . iF'tg. T. B. ABu. 
.11 R. P. Thomas. ...Fuel Ag^mt .. 

CoNSTRUCTiODr Dkpartment. 

35 .\. And^rxon I iSTn^i/is^r-in- C^Taeoma, Wash. T. 

3«S. D. Mason jPrin. As. A'n^.iSt. Paul, Minn. 



Spra^e.Wftsh.T. 

Bllensburg,Watfh 

T. 

Tacoma.WaHh. T. 

Brainerd. Mina. 
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Lboal Dbpaktmknt. 



37 George Gray.. 

38 W. P. Clough. 

39 J. McNanght 



Gen. Counsel... ^ew York, N. Y. 

Counsel 8t. Paul, Minn. 

Counsel ;8eattle, W. T. 

AUDITXNO DCPARTMBNT. 

40 J. A. Bdrker I Gen. Auditor. . St. Paul, Minn. 

41 M. P. Martin ' Ass. Gen. A ad. i 



42 W. G. Pearce 

43 E. H.C.Taylor.. 

44 E. K. runnett.... 

45 C. C. Cummitkey. 



Auditor Dish . 
Awl. Fgf. Rtc. 
Aud.Pa»s. Rec. 
Au.M.P. Acctf. 



Claim Dspartmbnt. 



48D. K. Ford 

47 W. P. Spaulding. 

48 E. H. Shaw 



Gen.ClaimAgt. St. Paul. Minn. 
Loc. Claim Aot. Brilnerd. Minn. 
L. CI. A. ir.Div. Helena, Mont. 



518. G. Fulton 

52 C. 8 Fee 

5:i H C. Davis 

54 George 8. Marc^h . 

55 A. D.Charlton... 

5rt J. J. Strong 

57 W. H. Lowe 



Trafpic Dbpaktmknt. 

49 J. M. Uannarord..i7Va^ i/an.... St. Paul, Minn. 
50S.L.M<H>re \Ae?t G. F. A.\ 

Aes'l G. F. A. Portland, Ore. 

G. P. J' T. A..:^t. Paul, Minn. 

A. G. Pom. A. 

An't G. T.A.. 

Gen. W. Pas. A. Portland, Ore. 

Supt. Din. Care St. Panl, Minn. 

Gen. Bag. Agt. 

Travelling Passenger and Land Agents. 

58 J. E. Macdougail, Montreal, Cnuada. 

59 A. J. <^uin, Boston, Maas. 

60 J. H. Rogers, Jr., PhiUdelphia, Pa. 
«1 T. G. Evani*. Philadelphia. Pa. 

6J George D. Teller. Buffitlo, N. Y. 
68 D. W. Janowitz, ludianapolis, Ind. 

64 Frederick H. Lord. Chica^fo, III. 

65 T. L. Shorten. 8t. Louis. Mo. 

66 8. H. Mills. Clnciunaii, O. 

67 E. U. Smith, Milwaukee. Wis. 

68 A. A. Tack, Des Moine!<, la. 

69 W. F. Carson. Portland, Ore. 



General 

70 George R. Fitoh... 

71C. B.Kinnan 

7«J.L. Harris 

78 A. Roedelheimer.. 

74 J. B McDongall.. 

75 B. R. Wadnworth 
76G. W. R Goodno. 

77 L. N. Sawyer 

78 A. L. Stokes 

79 James McCaig 

80 A. 8. Chaiie 

81 J. V. Creighton . . . 



and Special Agents. 



Gen. East. Agt. 
Gen. Agt. P. D. 
New Eng. Agt. 
(ien. Agent — 
Gtn. Agent... 
Gen. Agent — 
CVy Pass. Agt. 
Vontract.Agent 
Gtn. Agent — 
Agent 

Gen» Agent ... 

Trav. Fgt.Agt. 

Lakd Dbpabtmbnt. 



New York, NT. 
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Boston, Mass. 
Columbus, u. 
Montreal, One. 
Chicago, in. 



Helena. Mont. 
Butte City, Mont.' 
S Dututh. Miitn . 
i tib Superior. Wm 
Portland, Ore. 



8iiC. B. Lambora... 

8$ P. B. Groat 

84 A.G.Poftlethwaite 
83 Paul SchuIxe 



Land CVwnm... St. Paul. Minn. 
Gen.Bmig.Agt. '* 
Gen.Land Agt.\ 
Gen. Land vlgr^.j Portland, Ore. 

NoRTUBBN Pacific Express. 

86 T. F. Oakes I President St. Paul, Minn. 

87 W. J. Fooiner... |(7«/». -9vp/ I ** 

General ofHees. St. Panl, Minn., and Mills Building. 
35 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

551 North«»rii and WeaCern Ry.— Frederic- 
ton to Chatham Junction. 107 rnilc^ ; uud from Junction 
at Black vi lie to Indiuntown, 8 miles. 

1 Alexander Gibson ..j/V^j*irf«n/ IMarysville, N B. 

2 J. B. Snowball ...iMan'ta. ZWrec/. K-hai ham, N. B. 

8 George F. Gregory. ^^ec. A Sol.. . JFredfricton. N.B. 
4 P. A. LogAU \Fm. R-p. Shps. liiibtion, N. B. 

General office, Chatham, N. B. 

552 Norwlcliaiid WorcpaC^p RR. 

See New York and New England RR. 

553 .Nova Seotla Rf. 

See Canadian Govetnment Rys. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

119 



It !■ a FACT bayond all qtwaUon that 

PARQUETRY FLOORS 

WOOD CARPETS WITH RUGS 

■n lo be the LEADING IIyl(^> nf rnmieblne nil modem flnt-ctiii d>vellli>a trnixcF in the tnlDre. tor Oxj are 
IIIIAL'rilIEK, KAHIKR TO KKKI' CLKAN, «nil lii the BND vcrj riQch CHEAPER lh»n CARPKTfl. Tfte 
VBRK HKMT COVBBIIHG F<>B A HAILROAD UFFl^E Ib b WOOD CARrET wllh ■ RUU 

Kor hlii"rr:;.'[>inri.t;""d viber liuomii tble 'uttUrlml''cin^t>'e u"ri" lo ^-reiLL^idvMDU^'e.'iiid wllMuL u loug M B'v 




THAT Ol'R GOODS are sold on their MERITS ALONE is proven by me fad ihat we 

OurCimtonicrosroaniDnii the weslthlai't and hci-iknawD people nf thia and olbcr lirge cItiH, wtaobnc 
Uie mratii- lo 'jnlMy i-very ta'le, and buy wballhef believe lo be the mott conduelTu to bealiii end eomrar. 
Oar prlrea h^vp bou reduced to ihai people in very modente clreamatincea can oSocd to bnr toon that 

Uar THIK PARUI-'ETRV OB WOOD CARPET Diatin tbe moH durable and kandHina 
material kncu n U,t IIOKbEKS FOB BIIOS. The cnods mn jatt the thirkiieFi, nf tlie riiKn. aad we have 
ulwTiltrrlMwnwIie'ilfr'in^pr^lVtJtoVureh^^ e s a a a i dihi p uac Luaow la aay 

J.f .BOD&HTON, Prop'r iJIaDDf r. 120fCliestjJt St., Plilai6lpiia,Pa, 

Hew York Offloe : eSd STREET, tJHDER FIFTH AVEflUS HOTEL. 

^r Stnd/ar Book <if Vttigni and Pricet. 
VewUleecd a good Pocket Hip at FuiuDaLmiA, Niir Tohk Citt, Bmhiiltk, BotTOH and LoMM* (Ed|[.>, 



POORa DlRECrORT OP RAILWAY OFFICIAIA 



531 OB<eiubBrK and bak* Cbamplaln 

Sw Cmiral, Vtrmonl BB. 

Hi Oklo RaniTBl BB. 

^ ToMemd Ohia VeMrat BR. 

SS6 Oklo Ceatral BB. Blver ttlTtalon. 

-Sim Kanaaha and Ohio Blvfr BB, 

SST Ohio and iniulHlp»l By.— Uli 



_nnl«. 3W; 
'luitfloid DlTlKion 
lulin r. Bmurd 



t Willlun Dnneii 
t <). W. Kbneiia 
er.L. tukmn 



WB.n. Huover .. 
lTA.J.Pruiir .. 

IHW. N. HeMabsa 

19 B. S.Jeiiks 

»0. Ke^jii 



il»lp»l _.. 

UnilsvliJe Bnuiih. BS mile* : 
tea miloi— tot4l, (tlfi inlln. 
.Pni.A (P.Vnn.iClDdnoMl. O. 



\C.E.*X.X.W. 
..Ulfi. y. Bnlgi. 

'.'.'o.F'Madi.aiip. 



I7>. .V. K Dtv. ' 
I Tr. Jf, W. /Hb. 

■Fm. Mach.Shp. 

If.... f.'.ir «™..Coeht»i 



St. Loui*. Ho. 



Vlneumc*. Ind. 



«« Traek SamrrlfOrii — Thi . 

Ind. ; T WsJ-h. Mticbcll. Ind. ; D. Hitlonaf. OIney, 
lil.; J. PblUlpi, Lebanon, III. 

Sprtaafirm Dirlrten. 

tic. M.flMDton \Ati'l S'-pt iHprlnrlcld. ni. 

»S.V. BoDd ,G<n,F. X.ofW.'fhm.in. 

MJ W.atohe* \Ofn.F.R-U.8tk.Pnnt, III. 



M 1 SiirlinmmG. ...\CM/flHttiateh} 
it W - B. Miimwa....! A,.'i iHspateA.'. 
WP. K.Itouh iTmck Saptni..i 



Fan. Agt. New York. N. T. 

'-' Buhlmort. K' 

Lonl.Tllla. Ki 



A'ol. Buhlmort. Md. 
_... .ig/,. Lonl.Tllla.Kir. 

MO.W.Piri.! lCVn(. ^UM.^l/r.;CliKlnna(i. 6. 



»0. D. Bacon j(ftn.lt". />, X^! 

W A. G.Quodrlcb... \Wn. Pan. Acrf.'iianua uir, mo. 
WJ. R. MCTrjfli!ld,..5.ir. Puu.'Iff^'DallM, Tat 
»)» H. HbatiUG ....'C-i.Pan. Agi. Dtat^nt. Ct<i. 
»C. a. JoDH TVuB. Bu,d0f. VlncmiMf, Ind. 

0«a«nl ofikR. OincinuBti. O Tnnarec Kwokj. Cen- 
tral Tnial Co.. No* Vork, (J. Y. London o&«, 4 Bank 
8uildi■lK^ B. C. 

3SS ObiA and tinrOt'VI *uMra BR. (Lata 
riiielnnatl and Easwru Ity i-Cln'-Innall Lo PonamonLb, 
lun mllH ; Sanlinia to UIU»bi.ro. «0 mile". Contract 
-- ■- ildftom Pori^moulli io OiUlpoUa.tOnillfa, let lo 



S T. D. Rhodi-a 'TV. rfff. , 

4J. ». Wplla ^;«.,t :<». TVwM 30 Broad St-.NT. 

iC. U. Ooodrich ....|ff<-n. Fgl. AaOi^iaeinaui, O. 



Sse Ohio niv«r BB.— Wbeellni: i 



« W.N.rbarti.'11'pri 
SC. L. WmUm.>. 
4W. J. Babln»ii. 



IJ.P.M.K)lt. 

IJ. A.AUiton 

560 Ohio Sol 
an Indiana, DIa 






Stfl Ohio Vallry Br.-1'nder coioi 
vannville. Ind.. tu ^orcnce. Tenn., and 
lain lin.' : '.^ mlica Unlunton Brandt: ai 
aKovi^ Bniicb, low rompleled. 

P.O. ttelHoy ■r'rat.*O.IUa".UmA 

I Jordan Oilfa Hir. ,t rrMU. .) 

IJa*. Hi n'EnniorT.,6ifi). Ainj 
IH. L.Uam|)1idL..,;..luiy'tor.. 



HVH-ifEl,. 



WC.C, Cnm. .._„., . , _ .... 

ISAnburCarv <Oeti. SaUtilor.. 

14 James F. CUij . . , , fJtn. .illiirntr ■ 

ESS Oil vnj and Bldsewar Br^-i^il <^*J 
M Crapberry. Pa., S mll«. 

I O. Clinton aardn«r;/Vwir/m^ Mew Yi.rk. N.T. 

IJ. R-Trmble Dee. * Trial. . . PbMadeli>tiU. Pa. 

>En«tED Beiint'il.... Oen. ifaiiager. BufluK .N. V. 

General ulBci.', 143 IJonLb Tblrd St.. Pbl>*de]|>b,a. Pa. 

E63 Old <'»lonrBB.— Bo^t^nloP^"»im■■l«"■ll- 



( John S. llrftytoo..! 



IJ. ILPrviir 
10 I.N M«r-1. 
1 1 C. U N78 



). Fa'- AffI:. 

...Varlli.DiT 



JJ.N.Lauler l.-i:-;-/. Kol.illwit " 

lA. W. Twrniiblj.. U« .Vor. /Ii.>. . .Tannion. Mnw. 

if. I. Aiken. f".,r. r,/K. ff*j... Botion, Maaa. 

.JWilllam Amci.... Fi". CarB.p.A ;; 

M Hamnelfl'rown!;;' -l/*(.'fur /bwl 
SX Road iia'f'Tf.—O. P. Jera'd, Boston, Ma««.: 1. I>. 
'haver. Kail River. Mhm.; B. Bmlr., Brldctwaiar. 
[b(>.; J. W. lireM'. Hrannla. Mar-.: t, M. San.-cnl, 8. 
nmlnghaiii. Ma»<.: K. II. Bryant, New Bsdfonl.Ua>> 
Oeneral offlco. Kueton. Mau. 

G6-1 Old Orchard Juncllnn BB.-.l"n< tlun 
'. S. & p. Kit. lu Orchard Beaofl, S miles. Abanduutd. 
565 Olympta and Ckehalla Valley BB. 
— Olyinpl* to Teulno, n niilca. 

W.^prsROe.. PrtHdenl TacoiDa.Waa' " 

.rt WliiKaie, .,— --■■' 

8 J. R Ilaydeu'.. . 



\TTeatUTtr. I 

*' Superinttnd't .1 



flS. O.Ward -,.,, 

T F. Tiiloti«-n MaHirMich...\ 

8JohnP. Uo«ey Allorn'y 

Qenrral oIB™, Olympia, Wafh. T. 

568 Ontonacoa and Brnlc Blver BB. 

an MUwauktt and yorUien SB. 



^9~ See note of explanation on first page. 
121 



T 



£] 



H. Edgar Hartiell Company, 



19 W. 22d St., N. Y. City, 



1416 F St. N. W., Wash., D.C 



igners and Manufacturers 



OF 



llfElIO 




FOR 



Railway Cars, Steamboats, 
Public and Private Buildings. 



Our Specialties are: 

M"oiilded and leaded glass for Deck and Tran- 
som Lights; tlie finest ]VIosaic and leaded glass 
Ibr nVTemorials, etc. DPapier maclie, stamped 
pitper, stamped sponge, stamped leather, plain 
and stamped canvas, etc., for ceilings and pan- 
els in cars, etc., decorated or other^w^ise. Deco- 
rative paintings, special designs, models and 
^vorking drawings prepared at reasonable prices 
where parties desire to manufacture their own 
Avork. 

Addrens ail comtnuniciUions to 

19 wrest 22d St., N. IT. City. 



POOR'S OIKECTOBY OF RAILWAT OFFICIA.U. 



S «T OraBC* Bait ttr.-MDnnM la Oikluid, U 
DilbB : LijDEiToud Bnncta, 1 mllei. 

1 P. A. DcDicDA. \Prf$.AatnH..'l.oagnooi,Flt. 

a A. H, Tiylor \Seerttarv I " \\ 

* O. fyT' '" "" 



. lo.Fai.AP.ji..^ 



1 R. KoeMcr ' ■ ...iKteor.it O.-Vijr.Portlind^nj. 

SO. H. HophlnK>ii.Ji>nrl(ffl(f iLoRdoa.Stig. 

«C. S. SrcLliarloa .IV.-Pr.SAi.Tr.l " 

4(1. H. Aiidren....3i/ f -RiC »-..:PDnlMid. On. 

B W. W.Bmaianan.'59«r<<ary i 

• H. H. Trndila . . . \Aiiit. amrrlary. London, Eiig. 

TJ.Bnudt lOiii. Sap'.. . PutlUnd. Orn. 

»lt.P.&onn'...'o.f^t.in.A.. 

»0. H. ABdrewa.... [AvJitar i 

laoB.HdnU Ai.Ft.a T.Ae.] 

II W. T. Budlny Punh. Aiinl. ] 

ISW.n.Bnmn |Jtbr. Oarltrp..S.Fonltni. On. 

14 T atOtii'.'.' .'.'.'. Supt. 1^ Bdii,:\Parami, Oie. 

IS J. O Juhiuoii Sipl.Bf B<^(.. RfMcbury. Ore. 

ISO. a. KLa»r ' For. Stp. Bhiip.<QnBVtV%n.iJiii. 

IT U.ll. Tijkrr For. Sip. Shop. VotaMai,iyn. 

18 Saad Mailtn.-!. H. Will. Junrllm.Om.i It.Volk, 
MfrUB Creek, Ore.: J. T. OiWtn, Qrmrii'i PiHi, On.; 
U. K. llippencll. Paitl*nd, CIRi. 

Qeaenl.ance, PonLind. On. 

KS9 Orwcon Improvemeal Companr. 
1 Bl))»h Smith ... p-rjlrfeBi,..,.. New York, N. T. 
3C ft rr-* ..It rir,-f»rnlifco(..Porll«nd, Ore. 

4J. M f wFvfrirj, ■,'.'.'.! i-prtlBiid. Ore, 

4 -r ^ i( .1 .' ' !-■'. !&<ina(Mr.jStn Fruielaco, C. 

Till) cumpinj alio cnnlrvla tba PKiUcCnHt Ry. 

Oenenl olBcc, Paritjtnd. Oc. TniiBrer aOce, Piir- 
ain' L. A T. Co., New Tark, N. Y. 

(ai /^'(ib Oxuf Atf,— Fori Uulunl lo LiH Aluoa. 
('■I.. 01 miJea. 

t Chaileii GoodBll . . . PrtAiltal Sid PnaclKo. U. 

It JnhB RownBeld. . , , FKU-Awf d«f . I 

■ Kdw]DUoodall....|,Acn/aiv " " 

*i. H. Plllnii>n'...„.tr.O,^.£ r. .^. SaDLal>Obliipo,C 
SW.lt.Frie« A>. O. F. A3t..\ 



10 John Da Oonajr. .., Awid JToiIir. .. !Lm AIRUH, Cal. 

Hub (iKi Pulitc Coift SlnmuLp Co. 

Oeninl offlca, Han Francltco, Cal. 
J.^]CiAiiiiMamil Fw/'t Sound MB.—iiMVia lo Kew 



Cwlli 
1 Klllab Smllh. 
tA-A-Dmajr 
AJ. U Hnrard 



., ti^ia. 



PffiUUnl iKew York, S. T. 

Ito-ftHfiilDK.illeBlCle.Wub.T. 

Otn.Suprrlnt. . San Fwnciico, O. 
At.S.i V.B..SeMltle.Vruh.T. 



SJ.H.Wauon 

SJ. K.llDruhT..... 
lur.A.AHxn 



13 H. a. M>r(lo 



Purr*. Agmt..\ 
FutlAgt-l ... 

5. if. P.iU..\ 
Road JltMtr...\ 



f. Campbell. 

ce. SeatUe. Wi 
S70 OrrKon Paflllc BB. 



-( Ua.Prrj- . Corn 



I [a. Ore. 
1. N Y. 



..IComJIU. Om. 



£10 Or«K»D PaeiBe BB.- 

»0. T. M. DavlB I'Awmnr .. 

Bf.C.UoguB lOmyilroUM-... 

General office, Corrallii, On. 

571 OrfKon Ballwav and NsvlKatloo 

Co.-PnrrLan^ lo Bijiecta, W. T.. aOl inU« ; aiam 

branebas, S^3 ml leu. 

IKHlahSmllh Praiaml... Nen- York, N. Y. 

SW. 8. Ladd I nw-ftwW'Bl. Portland. Ore 

ac. J. BaHlh iTrtat. * .4. «,. N(W York. N. T. 

4Tbw>. Wn:an[>»'°5«. it .Urt. A f'urOaa*, Ore, 
GO. H. Pnt^nx... .\Gtn. Managtr.. " 
BB.Campbell lon.Fot.AgL. 

Ta.H.Rooa 'asaa/irnv 

BC. W. Johamn ..'Aii.aw>l.l/v./'r 
8 O'dall.K-klniACo, Sunt. Oriin Ilr. Ban FnnelivD. C. 
lOJabDj. BfTDe*. .. a. P. AT. A.. Poril*iul. Ore. 



ton. J. Piataer. 



3. Bgt a Bdt ' 
CarAeeowlaitl' 
Man. Car PiHn 
Mick. Forrm'R. 
Mn\. Flm«i.'«. 



C8 AniiilnM Roivl ir<wffl->.- James Bndi', Porlland, 
Ore; Jamra Peteio, Umatilla. Ore.; Joha Krl-on, 
WallaWalla, W.T.J Patrick Ulemi. U Grande, Ore. 

*I FortmaH Bridm otui H«UiHi.ai.--VI . C, Bvaos, 
P. Hcbranli, TbeD*ll«,Ore.: J. R. JfoM. Walla Walb, 
W. T.; T. n. WaWl, La Grande, Ore. 

General olBce, Portland. Ore. FiuMcIa! offlce, JS 
HCHt«Kt.. Boiion, Maw. Tramfer office. Parmer* L. 
iT, Co., New York.N. Y 

£73 Oracon Hborl Line R)r, 

Sft t'nion Fadfe By. 

573 OrrKDDlanBf.— 1 



a BelKIi 



, t mlles-i 



icrldan Jdu 



N. Scott... 
General oBlee. FiT»t end Pine St-., Ponland. Ore. 

574 Otlumwa and Klrkvllle BB. 
Su fhUago. Burlingtm avd Qvituv PS. 

575 Owanaboro and IHaaiivlUe Hj. 

M. H.Smllb PnitUmt LoataTllla, Kj. 

IF. K. Warren SdcrOary. I 

IJ.T. Harahan ., .. am. ll'inaan:' ■' 

1 W. M. Newbold. .. auptHiUmif {..'Ra'alWUlv, Kr- 

iR.H. Betrer CSIff Al'ontet.lOt/tDtbim.llf. 

iJ M.Cnl^p em. ^i^^[I(..|LOBlntll«,R*, 



Om. /^iH.^ff'.lLonlsHlle, Kj. 



Genurat offlce, Lonlaville, Ky. 

STB Oifurd and Honderaon RR.-Oirord 

illIoudcniun,N.>.,Ilmlle*. 
A. II. A. WII11ami..liVu. A la"t .lOtford. N. C. 

W.B.OuIltk lI'rtatiirtT. 

Jamen A. Wblle.... OM. ^iiwlnf.. HetldertOD, N. C. 
.Umrt B, l.awrBDCeG*. * J(. Jf.. 
J, J. W, Darrli ... | Aoaci ifoidr . . . I Oirord, N.C. 
General office. Oilord, N. O. 
S7T Paeiao Coaat By. 
S/r Oifgm Tmjironaiimt Vimpintj/, 
578 PaclBo and Great Eaatarn Br>— 
'ayelleiille to Wynan. B miles. 

B.H Davld'an....l/Vulfe>>f 'Piyet'evllla.Atk. 

John H. Harris.. ASvperinitnirt..] 

Mirk can \0m, P^l. Agt..] " " 



' See note of explanation on firtt pago- 
128 






I; 

i 
iif 
i: 

i; 



K-l 






i;'. 



CHILTON MANUF. CO., 

147 FULTON ST., NEW YORK. 141 HILK ST., BOSTOI 



CHILTON PAINTS 



Colors in Oil and Japan, White Lead, Var- 

nishes, Brushes, Etc. 

Linseed Oil Paints for R. R. Stations and Metalli 
Paints in Linseed Oil for Freight Cars. 



Correspondence SollcUed and Color Cards sent on application. 



H. N. JOSE, President. M. T. DENHAM, Treas. and Ag« 

JAS. E. GREENSMITH, Supt. 



!!} ^^^^^^^F^ MANUFACTURERS OF 




EASTERN FORGE CO., 



ron and Steel Forgingi 



— FOR — 



Locoiotive and Car Boilders, Railroad and 

Macbinists' Use. 

SPECIALTY. LOCOMOTIVE SHAPES & DRIVING AXLE! 

"Works, X2ast Deerlnic, B£e. 

OFFICE, 416 FORE ST., PORTLAND, ME. 




POOR'S DIRECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



ft79-M7. 



6T9 PalDesTlll« and Yonnffstown Rjr. 

Hm PUUlntrghy PaiMwllU and Fairport RR. 

S80 Paris and Fere JHarqaette 

Piirii to Upper Pai U, IG miiet»: 



l*r€S. A O. M. 

Secretarif 

Trecvfurer 



Muskegon, Mich. 
Ureenvllle, Midi. 



i« 



1 John W.Moore ... 
i Ohtflf B J. church.. 
3 Oeorge W. Crosby. 

Ueaeral olAce, OreenviUe, Mich. 

581 Park and Ocean RR* 

iiMUttqf strut Railroad*. 

S8S Paraone and Paclfle RR.— PftrsouB to 
Colte^ville, 31 miles. 

1 it. 8. 8t«9veDS j PrfMdtnt < Psrsons, Kan. 

2 C. U. Kitulmll Vict'Prwideni. i ' 

a T. PeiiHeld i Ut» . Manngtr. . i 

4LoeCl«rk I.^o. d* irta» 

5 l>. W. c. Perry . . . ! Vhi^f EftgiMtr 
ti U. D. Mirick 1 6Vn. Eutft. AgL 

a83 Paw Paw Railroad.— Lawton to Paw 

Paw, Mich., 4 wiles ; and 

S84 Toledo and South IlaTen RB.— Paw 

Paw lo Uanfurd, Midi., Iti iuile». 

Opficbrs or BoTU Railboads. 

] V. B. Adams Pnuttdent Lawtou, Mich. 

«0. W. LougweU....! V.-l\P.P.R.R.\vMf Paw, Mich. 

• Uenry Ford .stcrttary 'Lawtou, Mirh. 

'" Paw Paw, Mich. 

Lawton, Mich. 

tSaiigor, Mich. 



«t 



4 B. Martin i TieaKutti 

6 J. Ihiinj; j su.AuU.ii'R.M. 

a J . S. Cross I Chi^ Kngitieei 

Oeueral office, Lawton, Mich. 

685 Peach RoUom RR.— Oxford to Dorsey't, 
*i ailes. 



1 

t 
3 
4 
5 



C. W. Leavitt P/^^idznt 

Kobert B.Patterson i Ti-cnfurer 



U. KenieDickeyi. 
B. H. Williams. 
W. P. Kirk 



New Yo k, N. Y. 
Oxiord, Pa. 



Supt. and Hfc. 

Mm. Car. /i/rfr.lYork, Pa. 

}f(Uter JIvch . . . | Oxford, Pi 

General office, Oxford, I'a. 



586 Penneboro'and flarrlaTille,RlCchle 

ConnCf Ry.— Peniisboro to Uarrbivilltt, W. Vu., V 
miles. 

J M. P. Kimball ^Pr.Tr. A- G. M. Pennsboro'.W.Va 

t W. H. Pierpont. . . .Hfcrtta'jf lUVs'nviiie. W.Va 

3 A. J. Rambay \Road i/(j9(^...ll'enn8boru\W*Va 

Geaeral office, Pcnu»boro\ \\. Va. 

587 Pennejrlvanla Railroad Syatem.— 

Tne syst«n of railroads opi-mitu and cunlruiied by tne 
Pena«ylvania KB. Co. embracer lA ihe lines uuerated 
directly by that company— vu. : vl) the United KKs. of 
New Jersey, it) the Pennsylvmiia lilt, proper, ^3) the 
Philadelphia and Krie Hit., with tlieir several lea«ed 
liues; iB> the various liiiev of railroad controlled 
ihroagh the Peuni«yiv«uia Conipuny— an auxiliary 
onpuiUBation— having an aisgregate mileage ot S.StiS 
Biiles, details of which are given on page \iii ; and (C> 
the Tarlons liues of railruaii directly a^tsociated with 
this company, but whoce independent orgaiiixutions 
are maintained— il> Northern Cuniral Ky., s.'i) i'nila- 
delphfa, Wilmington and Ualtimv>re It it., (8) Baltimore 
and Potomac Kit., (4) We.<«L Jersey l(K., (5) Camden 
and Atlantic BK., (tfj Camden uiid Pbilsdelptiia Uieam- 
boat Ferry, (7> West Jersi-y Kerry, (8)Juncilou Kit, 
<and \») New York, Philadelphia, and Norfolk UK. 
Foltowing are the 

GsscBBAL OrriCERS, Prnnbylvahia KB. Co. 

1 Oeorge B. Roberts. PreMdfnt, Philadelphia, Pa. 
t John M. Hard ng, Chi*/ Ch rk, 

3 Kdmnud^mith, \»t VU>'Pnr«t, ** 

4 Albert llewson, Secrrtary^ liranch Road»^ Phila- 

delphia, Pa. 

5 Frank Tiiomson. id VictPrttCt, Philadelphia, Pa. 
• K, T. Postlethwaite. Chuf ('krt, 
7 Joa. N. Du Barry, ad Vtce-Prev't, 



9 Fred'k W. ttchwarx. C7<^/ Cttrk, 
9 John P. Green, Alh riet:-PrtM% 
10 l^ewts Neilson, Chitf CUrk, 



t» 



4« 



587 PennajrlTanla Railroad Sjatem— Gbm- 

XKAL OVrKTtUA.—Otntintud. 

11 John C. Kims, Jr., Stcretary, Philadelphia, Pa. 

1:1 D. 8. Newhall, Attut dtcmtary, 
18 Robert U. Groff, Chief detk, 

14 Otnttal AitManU to the PruHdtnf.—ytm, A. Pat- 
ton, ClifTord Sunley bims, K. D. Barclny, PhiladelphU, 
Pa. 

Tbbabubt Dkfartmeict. 

15 RobiTtW. Smith. Trcamtrer il*hiladelphla, Pa. 

16 Geo. B. Peabody.. i4«*7yrea»wr«ri 

17 B F.Crawford. . Cashitr i 

18 Jos. It. Sagi e ....\Rrc- itinq TtUtr 

19 Charles D. youi)g.|y'raw*/«rCA;r*. 
SO Henry P. Butter. . | liook-heper 

NoTS.— The roads operated under the management 
of the Jtnnsyivania Company have separate oporatuig 
officers ; bnt the chief officers of tho Trau»porlation 
(including Mechanical), Pa»senger, Frvitcbi, Accouniliig 
and Legal Departuu-uts of Die Itnmylrunia Rai*roaU 
proper diecbargc the ssnic duties lor n«-ui-ly all the 
Atsociattd Limn named above. The ufflciais whose 
names here foliuw are lur tbe IVnneylvai.ia lilt, proper, 
those who have chtigu of the fame departiuents in the 
associated lines bc.nj so designated by tlieir nsmes 
appearing in italit-s, the numbi-rs following the tiile 
referring to the a^i^>clnted lines (stee firsi pnra;;iaph of 
Penusylvanitt System) with Mliich ihey are connected. 

Transpoht.vtion Dkpaktukxt. 
91 Chas. E. Puqh 1, H, 
8,4,6, 6. 7 

82 Wm. U. Brown 1, 

2,3,4,5 

83 Jos. T. Ric/iard» \, 

8,8 

UH.F. Coxl .\nfj. of Siff . . 

83 W. B. l\nceU 1 . . . Archiiect 

36 A. GUpin 1 \liurp. of MoUh. 

87 7%«>. A*. Ely 1, 2,i 

X 4 ft 

9»Joun W. Cloud {.. 
«y Axel S. Vital 1 . . . 
ao C. B. Dudley 1 . . . 

81 F. N. Peojfff I 

82 J. F, Elder i 

83 AnUnwe Ward 1 . . 

84 S. M. Prevotst 1, )i. 

85 J. A. Anderson . . . 
86 Holmes D. Ely. . 



j- Gen. Manager Phi adelphia, 1 
^^ChUf Eng'r.. 
^At.Ch.Eng'r. ■ 



44 



44 



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J" G. *y. Mot. P r Altoona, Pa. 
Itfih. JC'tffr. ..'■ 



Af.Efiif.O/Teiitifi 

C/u^nhit 

A/m'f Chi^nixt.. 



Chf. ln.(tfA iris. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Gvn. Cur 7N^//.'.\ltoOiia, i'a. 



1^ £;.4V.o/7'r(i/<s.,Phila'lelphia, Pa. 

>w Rfi'f lh'pt.\' 
Rtl.Dp : 



Rf-i'f /V/;MTrei ton, N. J. 



.U.Su. 
Pbnmstlvania Raimioad Division. 



Altooi a. Pa. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Pinfburf.h, Pa. 
\ltO(Jiia, i'a. 



87 R E. Pettit ; Gen. H'tjtt 

88 Wni. J. I^tta \Gtn. Ayt-nt 

88 Robert I'ltcaim. Gtn. Agent . 
40 Frank L. Sheiipardl.Su/;/. Mot. Pow. 

41 Master Mevhani-:*., Gerund Fonm^n, </^.— H. D. 
Garrett, M. M. Mach. Mlu>i», ifsac W. Van l;outen, G. 
F. Car Shop, Wm. F. Rich, Afsl. G. F.. \\\»\ Phila- 
delphia, Pa.: <tndrew O. Baicer. M. M., Columbia, Pa ; 
A. K. Mobs, As^t. M M., Columbia, Pa.; Bil^ard L. 
Canm, M. M. Mach >h(>|>, Samuel W. M>er)«, G. F. Car 
Shop, llariirbur^, Pa.; Isaian Paxstiii, .M. M.,LeHis- 
town, Pa. ; C. It. Gilmun, For, liuntingiltiu. Pa.; An- 
drew Green, For., Hedtord, 1^.; W. 11. Carotheis, M. 
M., Tyrone, Pa.; G. W. Strattan, M. M. Much, bhop, 
J. U. Bowman, Ahst. M M. Mach bhup, Aliui»na, Pa.; 
John P. Levan, G. F. C:ar Bhop. Alu>ona, Pa ; It. Zane, 
M. M., Coneniaii^t), Pa.; W. B. Norris, M. M. Mach. 
Shop, W. A. Brudy, Asnt. M. M. Mach. Shop. M. li. 
Fails. O. F. Car Shop, Blairiiville, Pa ; I). O. Shaver, 
M. M. Mach. Si.op. Pittsburgh, Pa.; J.G. Stewart. G. 
F. Car Shopx, To ren^ Pa.; Cha*. N. Koyce, G. F., 
Phillip«ton, Pa. ; Wm. Llninger, G. F.. Onubby, Pa. 

Road F</remf'n of Engintx. 

42 8. A.Wood /'AiV'i. />iciKi/>w; West Phila., Pa. 

43 S. Houston ui/w'f). Phila. incision 
44G.C.TtniyenA«''0 /'^/'^- IHriMot, 

45 A. R Mw8 Fr*idi rick IHk. 

46 James B. Wells. . \Midiile Mv.. . 

*7 ^\^2<',.^'*!'.'.°'.^| [ ^^ ^'* 



44 



Oolnmbia, Pa. 
Uarrisiiurg, Pa. 



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126 



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GEO. WESTINGHOUSR. JR., President. 

C. H. JACKSON. ViccPraudent. 

CHARLES R. JOHNSON^, Gen. Man. ft Signal Engineer. 



ROBERT PITCAIRN, Treasurer. 
ASAPH T. ROWAND, Secretary. 
HENRY SNYDER, Gen'l Agent. 



The Union Switch & Signal Co 

OF PITTSBURGH, PENNA., 



SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF 



Bailway Interlockini SiitcliiDg & ImU 

APPLIANCES. 



INTERLOCKING SIGNALS 



FOR 



Junctions, Grade Crossings and Terminals. 

MECHANICAL & AUTOMATIC 

BLOCK SIGNALS 

FROGS, CROSSINGS, 

SWITCHES « SWITCH STANDS. 



Catalogues, Plans and Estimates furnished upon applicatic 
and all information cheerfully given. 



OFFICE AND WORKS: 



Near Rlttshurgh^ - - - U. 8. Ji 

Western Agrnt : 

H. H. McDUFFEE, Home Ins. Buildins:, Chicago, IlL 



FOOB'8 DIBECTORY OP BAILWAI OFFlCIAli. 



.\Wett Pan.JHv. 



If.^t^J*"'*- TfroittZHt. ..iTrrODc. Pa, 

ft NiHrt*. \Wett PaHi.JHv.lmtlr,il\le. P 

\PIIMmrehDiT.iiiKTy, y^. 



WJ. K. Haf-eJlV; 



■on... £Bff.J/.flCt*-o».Ultoon«, P». 
ir \llHgB.itr n'av.mitlmnie. Pa. 



PI,a<i-UphM DtvUUn. 



.f W«t Pbll*., I>*. 



WW.K. Beartl ' \HMl,r Carp'r.\UaeiLtUr,l\ 

WJuiiHKnd ... 
■>«. A. Hardy.. , 

MU. Bum MiulT 6atp'rl •■ 

fttdrriii OtwtdM. 

«SWIIU,niB,Br«.li.l«fl*(».Q»j,y| ■■ - 
XidilUi IHtMon. 

•TQe^Klntor {Tnila M'ltltr. .\ ' • 

• L, K. Wimot I Jfa.(n S)wv: 



nBobcrtL-nomil 
n C. L. Bric 
TSJ. H. aehDabir. 



ay ..Vuiwrin tonsil Bi^drprd. Pa. 

Tinmt DitUoit. 

'■"— .nJf«*<«-.. ■■ ' ■ 



f«V. J.BaetHlolt .. Ll«'< ffwlnwr* 
NF.A, Ku„i« |*u,(n-^-r,[ 



MT.D. Wllkiin...;,l7V^i( 



;. Klcbiy 



T'illa, Pa. 



MTH. Dubwio.!.!. .(..fiV»^M-r' " 
BOD. W. ArLlrjr. ... |.K*c(pr IJatp'r \ " 

WRoawtPllealrn.. HupeHiiitndtru\PitUbuntb. Pm. 

OTM.Tramii Umiatol. .."'.. 

W Idw. PlUalln {Train Miu/ir Dsrry I'a 

WW.M.W<lib Ij/artiraipr I " 



mi.tr. Bruolu . 
Ml) Bob.BJuuiDibi 
IMJ.W. Lyon... 



&"« 



fiST P(iDn>rl«*>l* Railroad SfatPn 









i J. : v>.i 



Soad fbrtmm qf X*fini». 
W.flanford ,. i.v™ rorUHv. Jcnej CHy.: 

' >. iV«r J'oi-t /Ml-. 
>n\AnU«v lit- LlameBburg. ? 
. '/MfIui JHh. iLambariviilc. 
JV™ York IMiHAm. 
lOTiatyttCrimtoTa. >lup,Fii,lfnf/tal\3enefCUi-. * 
IMtieo. W. W.iU.. ITraIn *..-«■.. 



IM CS.ThoD 

IWJ.w.oThHmi 
IW Klcli. HcDoo 



llOU.C.Uoaw. 


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vim^ iXei>i«i. 
















ta. .. J»a,(,r (.'u.(.-/..iBordenlo«ii,N.J. 




S4,idi^ /Jii'liton. 


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..\Ma.trrMrtli...\tii«,Vi. 



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iMCloo. KanliEi.,. \jlatltr tarp'r 




Skul-m Wrirfofi. 






Wllll>in>'|>"rl 














J/UW. W.i.;,,,.. 












IWU. U. La>ct1.... ,Afl K«oiiner 






WwCffii /tirbfon. 




145 J W. Reynoldt. ].-<.,«;r(Fif. „,(,>, 


Krle. n. 



'"■"f't'i'K'li'-^''*-"'! '■ ■■ 



IS" Sm mie of exph 



inatiim on first pago. 
7 



ADOLP. REINOEHL, President RICHARD MEIL.Y, Vice-Presiden 

JOHN HUNSICKER. Treasurer. 
JOHN B. RAUCH, Secretary. J. M. OETTEL, Superintenden 



LEBAIOI 



]lIAIUPACTTJEn& 

-— COIPAII 



Office, 205 North Tenth Street, 




MANUFACTURERS OF 



Box, Gondola, Cattle, Refrigerator, Coal, On 

Drift, or Mine 




ALSO, 



STEAM ENGINES. STATIONARY AND PORTABLI 

iiirnace, Uolling-fllill anb Ulill lUork of (f ucrn description. 



Wron^lit and Cast Iron Work of every (le.scription. Furnish all kinds of Wroiiglit Iron Pif 

Brass and Iron Fittings for Water, Steam. Qas, etc., and 

Cast Iron Drain Pipe. 



WALLACE PLOW CASTINGS AND PLOWS COMIPLETE, 



P ENNSYLVANIA S TEEL QO. 

"VTORSCS AT STEBLTOXr, PA. 



aBAirirpjLCTTTRBiis or 



STEEL BLOOMS, BILLETS. BARS m FORCINGS. 

or BESSEHER OR OPEI HEARTH STEEL, FOR «U PORPOSES. 

STEEL PBODUODrO OAPAOmr, 3CO,000 TONS PES TEAR. 
STEEL SPUCES, lisliit nah, till tarimPatieniiIlaiIi<(lJI Sin. 




LORENZ SAFETY SWITCH. 



SWITCH FIXnillEt, OF DLL KlllOi. 

SWITCH STA NDS, of MANY IMPROVE D PATTERNS. 

TIieMpMilt7«f t]ieFtog,Si>tt«haail Signal DepkrtmeDt of tbU Comixui; greatl; ex- 

oaadaUkKtorftuyilmllai mtnaOmUiTy In the oountry. With Its Ihorongh organliatloii, 

Urn high stWDdsTd of exoelleniw, and Dnnqnalled Giailltlea for ecoDDmloal prodaotlon. otTera 

Indnoementa to lallwayit desiring low prlocw, relluljle work, and the beat Im prove meata. 

Tor friew or lolbmutiDn raUUng to Uili Daparlmanl, addrau I f„f ,^, — ^,^ l 

O. W. FAB80HS, Sopt. F., S ud S. Dopt.. ST££L TOM, PA. I"^"""""! 



PENNSYLVANIA STEEL CO., 



- MANUFACTURERS OF- 



^TEELI(AILg,pTEELBLOOMg 

STEEL FORGINSS, BAKS AND BILLETS, 

M IjlicB, ligll n Hiii, U n Tuiiu htin rf Mi r< in Im. 

RAILROAD FROGS and CROSSINGS, 

IMPROVED SWITCHES, and SWITCH STANDS, 
STXEXTOK, F^ 



THE MAGNETO ELECTRIC 

ALARM SIGNALS FOR HIGHWAY CROSSINGS. 

OE, FOE junromoDio tbx AmoioH or tkauu it iTATion. 

TbU Important lniproT«tn«iit has gn»t ulTvitagn over anytlilnB wbloh bu ever been 
Offered for elmUirpurpoMi. ByltsJniltDlonsiiM Rallroul oompantei mfty largely isdnce 
the d&ugere to their own trklns at hlgbwHy amsHliigi, HUd oonllne to moderate Umlta tbe 
expeoeei ktteadtng tlie prot«otlaii of croealnge tn oltlae, towns, TlUegei, and im mt«l 
htghwaTS. 

It wUl be (Onnd to meet the Teqnlrementa ot the pnUlo far proleetlou at dangwoDs 
croMBlnga. and thus a moderate outlay may render nnncoeaaary the mneti greater e«p— », 
reonrrlng annnallr, which ta tiiTolved by plaoing men at danBerons oroHglngB. 

The wbeels of tralna approaching the oroaalng eOSot the operation of aabatantlal and 
durable Instraments placed adjacent to the rati, (at aaltable dlitanoea from the onMiliis,) 

le the genenHiM of 

electrlDlty ftam perauaent 

nufneta. OperatloB ooa- 

tlnoSB after tisln pa^ee, 

while ^proHohlng oniaalag. 

Has nocnp batterlea. Van- 

I .^^.m \i |"'"'^'*"""p Reqnlreeno 

z'^?tf^-Zr^ s malarial for malnteBwise, 

^ --' -~ ' ~ 'ezceptoU. EatUymaaaged 

by ordinary Intelllgenoe. 

Eleotrloal ezperta are not 

roQiilrcd. The ImU Inatra- 

the croaalng Aown 

In ent)iiiakeBalonllandBr- 

geut alarm, oaloolated la be 

regarded aa tmponaut. 



GEO. W. PARSOHS, SnpC T. 8 * 8. Dept., 




POOR'S DIEECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



lala Ballraad Syil^n,- 



tB7 Pennajl' 

l,S,3,4.A. ( '"""•"■'F-a.'nEVi Yiirk, N.Y. 
IX ir»l. U. !/i>ie« I Li , — ., j„ |„,, , , ., _. 

1U0. 'j.'f^rl. ::.. Oea..^9(>if.. .. Si» York. N.T. 
IM F, D. UowelJ k'lolni ilg«n(,..|pbilidclpbla, Pi. 

JWCbii. A. Chlplfy. /Vona. Aff.. . . i FitlibnrBh, P«. 

U-et BtockAQi Wf»t Phllm., H«. 
MlnJojiKftr. ' ■- ... - - 



ST £. O. Dli< 

»a>m'lL. Sermon 
WW. 4. DeUnty.. 



ISl FrtigM Ag<nH.~C. H. Hennin, Banfonl, Bwt- 
lDrd,Canii. : Malt. T. lligeD, UDioaLtDc, New Turk, 
H. T : W. i. Oiigrtt, NmllvDlJ Une, New York. N. Y.; 
J. T. Miliii, Unlun Llaa, Phlliddulila, Pa.; Jinei 
IlkclEFll. NmIohhI Line, Phir«drlphl«,P«.; W. J-aliurt, 
Union Liue, WilinlugloD, DeL 



JH F.J ifcWaati, 

■■l.^*.t 

IKJ. II. WaU, Jr. 



Oai.nM^^0l. Phllulclphli, Pa. 
•tOa.P.A. 



IMJ. 



ZNvMcM TIdttt Agtnif. 



•I'Uadelpbia. Pa. 



.AU.ufX.J. . . 

.\piUia.aaii.. WlIlianHp<Tt.Pa. 
HnU.—Qtorge M. Ribcrta. New 

Nrw'YorkTirY. ; S. D. KaniiHlJ, Long Branch Bit 
trlci. Neoari. N. J.J J. K. Uh<Minat»r,Ml(l>l1« DlMricl, 

PhiUdelpUa, Pa. : R. A.PaAa.Sonrh Gut-rn Dlairlct, 



SUPPLT DxriKTIII 

" "'" " " ' \\Ab'I Pttch A 



nmoi.P.Sarvtntn 



IPhlladrlpbli. Pa. 



ITS /mu. W. Doan- 1 
inffi. *. 5. 8, 7 1 

ITS P. F. Buai«r 

1T4 jr. EUbenadt 3. r 

<\«.T t 

171 a. M. Taylot I 
«.4.5 ( 

ITTiT. O*" 

in A. y. GUHnff-l 

A<»ii.4.G. r 

mHoonul Aniltr ■ 



AcoauNTna Darntra-cHT 



Aud. Fgt. Rte 
.Fgt.Kre 
Ptf. AtceiuUI. 
A%d.P.EK 
\il CkitfArcl. 
M autf Ate-e 
Aud. DM .... 



18t J. D. Orerne S, 
181F. M. BliMll... 

ie«P.B<iiIer(.U.)... 
lUWm. Hackee...]! 

lecJMa SaoU 1. S. t 
».<.B.6 f 

187 Jaoui A. Lo- I 
ooi.l.«,a.*,B. f 

186 F. B. Prina I, I 



Afl Gm. Sol 
(MrfOtrk ... 



i87 PcnnaylTanIa BKlIroad STVtcni. — 



0. iv. i.'iiad'i. . \<M^ > 

1 llniihB. Bljr.. ..\hk. M 



Ih Poarlh St . PhlladcIpbU, Pi 
SB Pcnnirivanla OoBipHnr- — Thit cna 






la KK. Co. 



BMinj !l,aiH.) 



.- — reoDFthanla HH, fn,, ttaa luag 

brinsa-'iitgneiL to tbc PcnujlnaJaConipanr ; ihe Pitta. 
biiruii. Ciitclnnail and HL Lonli By. and the CtakiRo, 
St. LokW and I'liubacgta.wtalcb lbs Panna. Co. cuntrola 
' oajntliy owDifrMi'p. Thawniltoail* Breopaf- 
'OF^stcmA— IheNorlh.MVft ivpiam, GompriflBf 





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ouih 




Men 





Raulda and Indlua. WS.B mlla : Clnciniiail. Ttlchmond 

and Fort Wxyne RR., W.« anitt; Nnakrgon. Gmxt 

- Idiind Indiana HH.. « Dlka; TrairTM Cltr.W 

a ; Bay View, litils Tnnna and Uackliuw, b.7 

I' : St. Loula, Vandalla and Tene Banle. operatrd 



. ... KIrSi p., O'.'and «. 'L.,'Hid"lho 
Eicapt Whar« HbervJae )ia(«l. oOlcen 

' "■ ' — 'via alngly being nnm- 

: P.,C.and liL L.,11; 



bjTim 
FotlawlDg an 



(THoK. D. Nmlcr.'u fitt-Pn:.. 

ISJ.T. Brook*.. ,..\Qn. Owoml. 
m. B. LljrCDll ... . Mtnlury.. 



ilCCTTIVI DlFABT* 



MM'tOM . ., 
\Aiiftn.B*tH>.\ 

lAva. fr AcptM 



.. Plltibnrgb. Pa. 



ij J. E, Dsvldi 
m.l: Hendv 
lb M. C. bpeuo 



,1. yvM. i^s.l 

iRHniT-Nonh.1 
Gfntral Mm.. 'I 
Maitqgtr, I . 

»iip. <^ Ttt., 1 



A.M.a^RS ClcT'-lai 



(») 



^^ ^ee note of explanation o 
13U 



1 first pojft. 



1 



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XI8TABX.ISHBD IB53. JMOOEPORATBD 1873. 



MANUFACTURERS C 



CAR WHEELS 

AND AXLEg 

FOR STANDARD AND NARROW GAUGE RAILROADS, 




Railroad CastingsMForgings 

Steam Engines, Boilers, 

Mill anis Heatt Hachineiit, 
X*ox>t "Wayne, XncL 



J. H. BASS, PtHldNit. 

J. L WHITE, StontMy. R. J, 



POOB-8 DIBECTOKT OP RAILWAY OFnCIALS. 



tnla Ballroad Sr***Di- - 

rnM— Nonb-woM Eyatcm. 
-iC. AP. fl«. .. Wemnile.O. 

-S. W. O.RS..1o\tAti.O. 

P.^Y.If.rfC.J?, AilBEhenr, P». 



sa" 



Ball road Sr*Ic>n. - 



.P.Ft.} 



..iBghenr, Pi 

tC.K.yoriVlnjat, 

HnnceJcL.Pa 



13 J. S. Mom>... 
avA.B.SEurr. .. 
■*7t;.D.L.w 

OriBiTiMS DiPARTBiNT— Santb-mit SjUcin. 
!» Jamc* ■acCrea....'&<n. Maitager. PlCUbnivh, Pb. 
WJobnF. Miller.... 'Mo. Supt. ... Cojambiu, O. 

M M.J Becker .. ., CMif llKg.-i. 8 

M Eriwtrd B. Will . . S. ^. ftitf.. ^ a 

44 K. H. (.'hnreli ,8.Tmup.,%3' " " 

8IE.C.Bndl« .4.a™,»,8 

P, US.....} 1 
S.Jtl.o/Wav.l I 
MMt.C.ff. VlLonnaport, tnd. 
i,.* />.««.( I* 
31 B. W. T.ylor. . . j , ^^Jj %'y^£' \ ZmmyUK, O. 
38 O. W, KlilrldK« J l*;,";^)^ \ iLonlrriUe. Ky. 
»9 C. M. Ben-elt . j '?;?'i^",^5; \ 'pllUU,.-,h. P.. 
40 W. H. 8crl»«.. j '."f'Sf-Tl' \ 'Cl"ci=»'l. O. 

Aiipnte((iidtn(*— Son Ik-nut 8}iU>a. 



UH. I. UUler,. 



W L. F. Loth. . . 



ellavllle, u.; J. A. 

TB ForrnuA Cut Jtrpaln.—atan lliddlo. AII»b«nT< 
P*. : Iinfl Lee. lurt Wirne, IdJ. ; D. 8. McuirdtU. 
ClitciKO. III. ; A Steinbrcaiur, ClevelaDd, O. : J. B. 
OoS, Wellollle, O. : JoHph UDdeiwood, P.ndleion, 
O. ; J. B. »tdtili, ColumbDi. O. ; U. Vodiik, DaaDlran, 

77 Soiul Mai'tri.-'W. U. PoUtr. Allethenj, Pm. ; 
Tbomu JwskeoD. Fort Wayne. Ind. ; II. W. Byen. 
tToia cm P. O., Pa, ; C, K. Cook, Tolidn, O.; T. Dick- 
•on, WeUiTills, O. 

GcBerftlojncB,PeBn. AT.aDdTeDtii8t.,PIItibnrgb,Pa. 



Tbei 



o llllfl 



•taUd on p*gs IS9. 

MB (ui Grand Rapldi and Indiana SB. 
1 W. O. lluiihart. . . . Pret. <f </. If. Od. Ripida,Mlch. 
«W,K.8babi«*».|K.-ftiM.* Tf.' 



SJ!h.>T11ii|{W 

4J. C. HoJt 

!( C L. LockwDod. 

;J.'m'. Mctticany! 



'.iGea'.FI.Agmi.l 



4t E. B. Taylor.... 
4SIta]|ibPu(an.... 
HJ.J. TornM.... 
45 CbailM WalU. 



4D William Slewan.. 

60 D. T. McOabe 

MChariOi L.Cok... 

.VJS. F. Gny 

S«J. B. Hllf. 

&t R.W. OalKar...^ 
SIC. W.DaHa.... j 



!'. a *S.L. By. \PHUhargb. Pa. 



. .IClDcidnall, O. 



t Loganapon.Iid 



L. * P. SB. 
I.dS V.SH ... 
J. M. # I. KB 
V. it X. V. Bf. 

IHT DarilTHUT. 

^n. fg'- J*Bt- Pll'ibnrEh, Pa. 
A. PI. An., £. 3 (^olumbaa. D. 
Alt. it At;'.. I I'ltlibargb, Pa. 
FrriBht Agl., 3 lnd1*napoll>, iDd. 
&<!n.V./J.X..actitca2D,]ll. 



- Jup.S.Dic ... Ft, Wayne, Ind. 

si;. 8 Jubnaon .. ir-'AWSHfrlHwr Gd. RapldaJIIck. 

lia^Wygini \um. Bao."A'.'.\ 

US' D. Bradley... .ljf(MfcrJfrrA..,l 
18 Wm. Kitigrtatd...ljr.7>UM.,iV.£.: 

l-t J. W. llmiiir li/.7VaM..A-.W.'Ft, Wayne, Ind. 

UJobnllDgbarl Purl Agmt ... <id. Kapldi,Ulrh. 

1SJ R.Piali Fm. Lwv. Rtp. 

17 W.J.BiiwelJ... . Pm. Car Painl. 

IBS. O. HtatI HuptTcltor Kalamuoo.Hlch. 

IftW. H.HilniMjn.... .vuf/^relfor. . Ud. lUuldB.Mkh. 
KD.W.Hooiiro.... farA,toti«lanl- 

Oeneralofllir. Grand Rapid'. Hlch. Tranafer AceDta, 
WInilow, Uiiler * Co.. 28 No.'iiau Si., New York. 



George B. Roberta.. 



i) Wayniiliurg and WaihingUn SB. 



O.F.A 



'vii'- ;-Z"««vine,. 



S7 wmiam Boner! 
M W. H. 8l«wan.. 
59 0. V.Mau 



CAM. ■ 
iNrMon Afltr^l Agtnlt. 

- - ■ Hf, PltobHigli. Pa. 



nl-.e 



earn, 

I ,£. A. P. andl :~^. p. 
. iV, W. 0. Kir... Toledo- r 
~ '^AStL.Sy. 



lurgb, 1 



r,i B. F. Fuller. .■.■■.V.ii.Jf. fl!s,*....*IClMlniiall,' . . 
laS. P. Gray |/. ^ K. AS ...llndluiapolla.lDd. 

PUMiraiB Dbfabtmiiit. 

64 E. A. Ford |0. P. « T. A.. PlKibnrKh, Pa. 

(■IF.VanDMU \(J.At. a.P.A. 

MR. S. Beotlcy lOen. Baa. Agl- 

Auitlmt atn*rai Pamngtr Agtntt, 

«7C. W. Adaina ,/■.*■. Tr.rff7.JI,8 Chicago, III. 

i!8 D. I. Rubana 'L.M. AR. .... Clndunaii, O, 

W H. a Derlbg... . j f-f-f/J^ \ Iadlaaapoll..Icd, 
;>) C. L. Kimball ....\Puina. Co laaveland. O. 

JNfCrM AWMvw Jffmto. 

71 1. B. Bntth IS, 3 jColnmbaa, O. 

73P.H.CaU«ell....PflMa. Co ... Ft. Waraa. iDd, 

:3A.ADdaniiB U.M.dl.S, S LonliTllle.Ky. 

T4 9aai'ISmdj*.....|AiM<i. Ob IPlUabuicb, Pa. 



8 A.lt. KlJL. .. 
IJ. D. HcKihan 

G< nenl offlc 

B89 FeM 

LlBH. 

<ii-l) Xorikem Ctntrat Ry.- 

Inelndin- »>—'—■"- » >■ '• ■» 

Spring 1 



yoeeonrtPa. 

MiM. J(9r*ia'yiWayDe*bD», Pa. 

""- CarBepi.i 
Ban.A...] 
PIttlburgb, Pa. 
■TiTanIa Syaleoi Aaaoelalcd- 






IFni 



i. Ro\>tiU.\Pm{dent... 



4Jokn 9. Lelb... . 
It A. W. Bendrlx... 
S Jamet P. Kerr... 



Um7. Aiuiiior' 
Trantpoiiation DtpaTtment. 

8 Robtit NellKm acn.aapt Will 

9Geo. C. Wllklna.. fTea. .amnl.... I<>i> 

inA. C. Hlppn \lln!I.M.qf«ay. W 

II Edward I). RclKRi «u. JTot. AiMr.i 
u J n HuriH ... \l>it. Ft. AM ..Bi 
lI>ic.Ft.Agt...iV.' 
{BaU.Div.T.A.iBt 
\Tit.A ■■ ~ ■' 



LlUaa 



IS 8. L. Seymoi 

14K.8.¥oBiif . 

15 E. B. Hai«r.... ^ 'g^j-c.Oa.W 
>• A. W. 8nmoer. .. . \PurcA. Anmt. .11 
17 JobD 8. Lelb Tnat./iu.I>tp. | 



1W^ See note of e:q>lanatioH on first page. 
131 



O". H. :BJk.&&, 



MANUFACTURER OF 




Car, Engine, Tender, Truck 
and Driving 

V/HEELS. 



CYLINDERS, 

Railroad and General Castings. 



Olllce, 97 DEARBORN STREET, 



Worts, near CR.l.S p. R.R. Shops, f bnlUflbU, ILL 



A.. "\\^A.LLAOE, Supt. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



5m. 



580 PcniisylTAiilm System 

Mslnem,— Continttsd. 



Associated 



Division OrWlOMBB. 

18 McuUr Mechanie«.—J. M. Coale, Baltimore, Md. 
John 8. Pook, If iiryeviUe. Pa. ; James Strode, Elmiia 
N. Y. 

10 Q. W. Demarett ..\0.J^. Car 5Ap.|Baliimore, Md. 
Soad Foremen qf Enginff. 



'iQ H. H. Linthicam. 
31 Charletf May... . 

a2H.B.Carr 

iS John Bailey 



BaUo Div 

Sueg.JHv 

ShamoHn Div 
Elmira <ft CD. 



Baltimore, Md. 
stanbary. Pa. 

Elmira. N. T. 



Baltimore DiviHon. 



2tU. W. Kapp .... 
S5 8. O. Malm... . 
96 Loots H. Barker 
27 John Minskor. . . 



Superintendent 
Train Master. . 
AM't Engineer. 
Mae. Carpenter 



Baltimore, Md. 



York, Pa. 
Sueqitehanna DivieUm. 



28 B. B. Westfall. 
29DaTld Attick. 
ao J. R Davis . 
81 H. T. Bn>oks. 



Wil)iam8port,Pa. 
Hunbary, Pa. 
Williamiiport, Pa. 



»* 



Superintendent 
TYain Matter. . 
Aee*t Engineer 
Mae. Carpenter 

Shamokin Division. 

dri Alfh!d Walter {Superintendent 

.3« C. M. Young I Train Master. . 

34 F. P. Abercrombie AseH Engineer. 

35 George Karcber. . .^Mae. Carpenter, 

Elmira and Canandaigua Division, 

36 Spencer Meade.... Superintendent ]Rlmir&, N. Y. 



«t 



Sanbury, Pa. 



n 



37 F. E. Fitch 

38 W. F. Hopktnson 



1* 



** 



Train Master . 
Ass't Engineer- . 
39 Seymoar Smith . . . Mas. Carpenter. 

General office. Calvert Station. Baltimore, Md. Trans- 
fer Agency, 283 Soath Fourth St, PhiladclphU, Pa. 

(6-S) PhOadeipMa, WUminaton and Baltimore RB.— 
Philadelphia to Baltimore, M(l.. 06 miles ; braiiche«, 30 
miles : leased and ooerated, 386 miles. 



1 Isaac Hinckley.., 
3 Frank Thomson 
3 K)bert Craven.. 



President . . 
Vice-President. 
Sec. A Treas. . . 



Philadelpliia, Pa. 



t* 



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tl 



I. 



Ttansportation Department. 

4 H. F. Kenney ^Superintendent .Philadelphia, Pa 

5 J. M. Wallls \Sup. Mo. Poiv .] 

6 A. Peldpanche. . . . Eng. M.of Way. 

7 George Stepheos.. '/>in. F^ Agt..\ 

8 0eo. A. Dadmun.. /Hp. tTct Agt..\ 
OW. J. Latta Oen. Agent .. .\ 

10 G. C. Wilkius Gen. Agent . . . iBoltlmore, Md. 

Division OFricaiia. 

10 Master MechmUce, Foremen^ etc.—B. 8. Douglas*, 
P., Philadelphia, Pa.; J. W. Pennepacker. F., West 
Puiladetphia, Pa.: U. D. Gordon, M. M.. Wnmlnirton, 
Del.; W. H. Lungren, G. F., Wilmington, Del.; Jolm 
r>rem, F., Bay View, Baltimore. Md. 

Boad Foremen gf Engines. 

(*Md.Div.PW\ i 
I itB; B.dtP.l 

' A.<tyv.)- 

13 R. B. Marshall .... ^Assty ditto.. . . 

13 L. D. Tufts i Delaware Div. . 

Maryland Div. P. W. d B. BR.; B. A P. BR.; A. <ft 
W. RR.: and A. A F. Ry. 

14 n. H. Carter i-8'wptfrtn/«iflr/..| Wilmington. Del. 

15 Frank Carlisle. . . . ' Train Master . . i 

16A. E. Rjod \Asst. Eftgineer.l " 

17 J. L. Smith \Mast. Carp. ...\ 

Central Division, 

18 L. K. Lodge Superin^end't. . Media, Pa. 

lOJ.G.Roth Train Master.., •* 

30 M. H. Manuill. . . . Mast. Carp. . . . Oxford, Pa. 



11 A. O. Denio i RR.; 

I RR. it A. 



Wilmington, Del. 









Assoclatedl 



Clayton, Del. 



t» 



i( 



580 PenusylTanta System 
Iflues.— Continued, 

Delaware Division. 

31 1. N. Mills \8upeHnteturt. . 

38 B. Murphev ' Train Master . 

33 L. W. AUibone. .. As»t. Engineer. 
34 H. Seidcrs '. Master Carp. . . 

General ufflce, 283 South Fourth St., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

{c-Z Battimore and Potomac i?i?. —BaltimoT© to 
PopeV Creek, 73 milen ; Washington branch, 10 miles ; 
Caionsviliv Short Line, 4 miles. 

1 Oden Bowie President Baltimore, Md. 

3 Frank Thomson .. Vic«-iY<Mri(l«n/. 'Philadelphia, Pa. 
3 Jameit P. Kerr . . Sec. A .4 uc/i/or Baltimore, Md. 

4JnhnS. Leib Treasurer 

6 John S. Ruth A»Kt. Audittir. 



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it 
It 



It 
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ti 



6 J. G. Searles Die. Fat. Agt . , 

7 E. 8. Young Div. Tkt. Agt..\ 

8R.B. Boyd Act.Pas.A.B.D' 

9 R. A. Pnrke Pass.A.S.ED..\^vh\nf^oa.'D.C. 

IDA. W. Sumner... Purch. Agent iBaittmore, Md. 

Transportation DejKirtment. 
11 H. F. Kenney ....'Oen. ^/psrin/..; Philadelphia. Pi. 

18 G. C. Witkins \ Central Agent. iBaltimore. Md. 

18 J. M. WalliK \S.Mot iVM^er.. Philadelphia. Pa. 

14 Jes»e Levcallett. . . Forefnan ; Washington, D.C. 

15 K. F. Down*! \For. Car Shrp. •' " 

1» A. Feldpauche .... ,?:ng.M. of Way Philadelphia, Pa. 

17 n. H. Carter .... .Su/i*iint'fmnH. . , Wilmington, Del. 

18 Frank CarliMe .... TVain Jfa*^^r. . , 

General office, Calvert Station. Baltimore, Md. 

(d-4) Wext .Jersey i?^.— Camden to Cape May. 8t 
miles; Bridgeton Branrh, SO miles; other branches 
and leased lines, 90 miles. 



1 George B. Roberts 

2 W. JTSewell 

3 William Taylor.... 

4 A. O. Dayton... . 

6 J. J. Burleigh 

«0. W. Creighion.. 
T C. C. Williams. . . . 

8W. Rickard 

OE. W. Coffin 

10 J. 8. Hackett 

11 Jeffersfm Justice.. 



President i Philadelphia, Pa. 

i Vice-President. ^Chm^en, N. J 

'Ac. dt rreav»... Philadelphia. Pa. 

^Superint^^nd't ..'CArndKU, N. J. 

\ Train Master.. *' •* 

Assl. Enoineer.l " 

LVast. Carp..... ** 

Road F.n/Eng\ " 

^Div. Fat. Agt..\ ** 

Div. 7^^. .49/..|PhUade]phia, Pa. 

Us. Aud. F. R.\ 



a 



tt 



Camden, N. J. Fiscal 
233 South Fourth St., 



t« 



it 



Philadelphia. Pa. 



li 



it 
It 



General office. Federal St., 
Agency and Transfer office, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

(«-6) Camden and Atlantic 7?i?.— Camden to Atlantic 
C*ty, 60 milo^ ; Philadelphia, Marlton aud Medford HR.. 
11.5 miles ; South Atlantic Branch, 7.05 miles. 

1 Wm. L. Elkins....liV^ir<£r«n^ Camden, N. J. 

3 Wm. J. Sewell . . . . I Flo«-/V«^d«n^ 
3DanM Z\mmormtin^ Secretary.. 

4 Wm. Taylor j Treasurer . 

5 A. O. Daylon ;5u7>^rin/^;?(f^n<, Camden, N. J. 

6 H. 8. Hay ward . . \Supt. M'K Pow. Jers«'y City, N. J. 

7 J. J. Burleigh i Train Master. . Camden. N. J. 

8 \lt. W. Creignton.. A«if. Engineer. ^ 
C. C. Williams. . . . Master Carp. . . I 

10 Rufus Hill Mast. M*ch 

11 E. W. Coffin Div. Fat. Agt..\ 

13 J. 8 Hsckett • Div. Tkt. ^g^.,PhiladelphU, Pa. 

13 D. M. Zimmerman 8. Real Est. /MpiCamden, N. J. 

General office, Camden, N. J. 

(/-6) Camden and Philadelphia Steamboat Ferry Co. 

1 Edmund Smith | President Philadelphia, Pa. 

8 Wm. H. Gatzmer.. 5*<. <fe 7Vea*...l " ** 

3 Peter L. Voorhees.. '.So/id^or Camden, N. J. 

4 A. B. Frazee 'Superintendent , *• 

5 Mark A. McGrillis..i/Vrr2^ jl^renr. .. Philadelphia, Pa. 

ig-l) West Jersey Ferry Co. 

1 Edmund %m\ih....^ President Philadelphia, Pa. 

3 John F. Joline \3ee. A Tteas. . . 'Camden, N. J. 

3 Jno. G. Hutchison.. l^(/;)^Hn/6n(/ftn^ I 

4 Mark A. McGrillis. Ferry Agent. . . Philadelphia. Pa. 

5 Peter L. Voorhees.. Solintor ICamden, N. J. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

133 



PRESIDENT, 

GEORGE WESTINGHOUSE. Jr. 

TREASURER, 

JOHN H. DALZELL. 



VICE-PRESIDENT AND GENERAL MANAGE 

C. H. JACKSON. 

SECRETARY, 
J. W. MARSH. 



STANDARD 







i. 



I 



GENERAL OFFICES: 



91 Fifth Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., 



BRANXH OFFICES; 



16, 18 & 20 Cortlanlt St., N. T., 139 East lalisoB St., CUcaio, 111. 



— AND — 



128 PEARL ST., NEW YORK, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Tbe Waring Anti-Induction and BnncM Cables 



AND ACHESON COMPOUND CABLE, 



i: 



For Telegraph, Telephone, Electric Light and Power Underground 

Submarine and Aerial. 



LIGHT LEADED CABLES FOR HOUSE USE 



jllbI^ work ottaranxekd. 



POOB'S DIBBCTORY OP RAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



S89 PeDRirlvnnla SrMean A»orl>t«<l 

Jiln^u— Continue, 
(h-ei Junction fiff.—BeJDiOBt 10 Ony'a Far 



II JohnC. Blnm. Jr.. ISicrtlatv 

S Bohfflrl Cr»»m TVauvrw.. ...' " " 

4 W. F. LoekuM..... a>.p*runmift,.i " " 

&A. Feldpmnche. . .lAhfflnHn | 

(IS) Nta York. p/HltnUlp/Ha and Xor/oU it?.— Del- 
„.__ -,..__,__ „. _.. _. crlifli;!!! Bnnich, 17 

. . {PhlUdiilphl4, P*. 



a Caps Cbulu. OS mllia 



IJ. O. CkWktt*. ... iTrtannr " " 

4Wm.CuiniJr.*^''Sec.drAvaitiir\ 
b a. W. DiuiDe< ""<\aupeTintiniri..,Cipe Chsrlei, V». 
SR.B.CODke> • ....\Gm.P.4tF.Agl'jlottigk.\*. 
TO.W.RUHBll .. .. Jfiul. J<«A....|CapcCharl».V>. 

Bff. B. AllwiDc UuhtHit IPocumalctC'r.Md 

fl A. Q. iluiluii, ...|7tuiiiJrui'(r...Cap«Clur!«.Va. 

Onicnl offlct. rape Diarli^ Vft. Tniurcr ofllet, 
3K Walnnt Bt, PhtlodalpbiB, Pa. 

1)1 Ddawart, Jfti-jtanrf aiut Virginia Sn.— I«i»»ii W 
BaniDKtOD. 40 mllss ; QenrKalonni to Fnnbllii lily, M 

PbUadaJphi*, WllmiDgloD and Baklmore RR. Co. 
G«nenl office, U3 Boutb Foanb Bl.. PblltdElphla. Pa. 



a atarrland. 



«90 PannarlTi 

3te Omrge'a Crrtt 

SSI P«Dn>TlTanla «ad New York Canal 
aad BR. 

HHLe\ll,/i ralbySB. 

G9X PennBTlvanlai KlatlnBtoD and New 
BnslaDd nS.-ColDmbla [>> Wlud Qap. 13 mlln : 
Beciierlowii [o Pipakaiiog, S milei. 
1 A. P. Bertboad. ...!/V«(rf*irf. . .New York, S. T, 
Ifklf.flehHwk.... |F.-IVn.>l<SM.|HlghUtowB,N.J. 

BBdkJ. Rtariln(....|7Vtru<inr Nsw York, tf. Y. 

4B.J.FIi]lon SvptriRi^iiABil •• " 

BA.&Fkliia.., ''-•■—" 

Kew York, N. Y'. " 
BBS Pennevia and Allantlc BR.-Penr-, 

cola, Fla.. to RIvtr Jnncitnn. Fli.. let mllu. Thla lit 
laapiitoftbcLoulaTllkaDd Na^hilllc >jlt«in. 

m. n. Smllh. 'ftwWiB/ 'Lonl-.m*. Ky. 

3W.D. Cblplej .. ,r.-P.<C'^'ufCPeniacola,Fla. 

SB. K.Warren ....'Siertiaiv toolavUle, Kj. 



4J. T. Hanban. . 
S B. U. Sallmi - 



IK. D. Robb.. 
T F. W. Dana.. 
BJ.M. - ■ 



Siptrinltmri. 
,Miuttr]tKA.. 



Pentanila, Fla. 



B J. M. l:B]n \0»iL^l.Aft.. 

Vneo. Wekh 0(i>..^(. .^Qf.. 

lOF.C.gbepud \lHl!. /it. Agl.. 

11 U. P. Almara [Gea. I^.A!/f.\liBatty\\\t.Kj. 

S94 PeBBB«M>Ia and Perdldo BB.— Fanu- 
coIatoHUklew, lOmllea 

\Pn:iaiipt .|P«lHcoli^ Fla. 



3 J. H. Ba«tir. 



t. H. Mendlth.... jr<uf. JToMln.-l 
ai'DoniaaEIollhaa... /loo/f H'ltUr.. 
B J. HcjDolda \jr. Car Brpalrfi 

5»S People<aBallwar.-Pot 
IThoa. A. Ratllr.. 
aJoimDIaner | For.Aq), jHop). 

Oananl olDce, Potlavlllo. Va, 

£9S Peoria, DecalnrandBTaaaTllle tty. 

Bf AoanUlt and Tnrt Hault Railroad. 



£97 Peoria and P#kla Dslon ar.— Pchia 

o Peoria. 10 mllei ; Peoria and HprtngflcldUiilaiou.t 



A. L. Bopkliu,,. 

IH, K.Pinkne>.'.'i 



' i. B. MOITlMHl. 

iJ.G.Evatii ,„ 

>Q. WetKlar ,For.Br. 

timtrBl oRlce. Peoria, tl'. 



-.S.r.aT.Agt 
AiHl.atM.... 
Mat. ilt<ha«U 






Bw Tort, S __T. 

<oria, 111. 



___ New York.N T. 

SJ. H. Hum*. \stenian I M on too mh. 111. 

4WIJI[am Hanu.... TVwuvrH- 

SJ.F. Wallace (7M4/' KiaCtfiri 

SAlfredaallj I'" ■- •- "■ 

GeoBtal offler. Moi 
Broadway, New York 





PruUltnt ■Pbtl»delpbl 
































lS,tS.S: ■■ 




SJobnF. Ancb 


DtB. F^t. AfflJ 



York KB. 

an PhiiadtiphUi and RfiuHns Bit. 

«03 Fhlladelnbla and Beadlnc RB.- 

PtalladelphU lo Hi. Carboo, »8.4 milee, vUb tiraiiclw 

and levid llnta, tWH miliM, lotal leOKlh. Mi.B mlltB. 

COSFOIUTK OmuiB<. 






lOeorgedeB'Keliotd 

t, Slepben ACaldwell \Si 
BAnatln CorblD... I 



PUtadeTpbta. P*. 



Cliat. M. Buld.. 
._ J. LowiieBell.. 
IS I. A-Sweloard... 

-G. W.CnililiJg.., 
_.0, O. Hnncoek. 
laU. K Ntchola... 



. Dm. Jfanoorr. . 
. \Aa.UGtn.ifaK 

'.\su.M.P.*.R.E 
IO01. Pau.Agt. 
.iCU^rSnginur 
, ArrcA. AffMt.. 



I J, H. Loom)- iRulEilait A. 

I Daniel Jonei \CoiUtiiiUr. 

I Wm. O. Broun.... M Hit. of DM.. 
\ QeamYMgia. ...^Avd-iifTr.Bic 



»iaeorBeZeKrl«....|, 
29EI. VraaDcock.,.!. 



t^^ See note of explanation on Jirtt page. 
135 






f 



Purity, Ductility and Softness. 



Fire -Box 



Quality Unsurpassed. 




Boiler, LocomotiYe and Smoke-Stack Steel 



Plates up to 100 Inches is Width. 



SHOENBERGER 




Pittsburgh, Pa. 



TRAIN TELEGRAPHY. 



THE 



CO 




3'elegraphic Communication between 3ix€d 
Stations and Moving Trains, 



EDISON-GILLILAND-SMITH SYSTE\ 



THIS Company is prepared to negotiate with Kailroad Companies throughout the United States vnd Cana** 
the application of its syatem of communicating between fixed telegraphic «tationii and moving traiiM or trail 
sidings. Full iaformation will be fumi!ihed upon application at the offices of the Company. 

General Offices, No. 2 West Fonrteentb Street, New Tort 



President, 
EUGENE CROWELL. 



Secretary and Treasurer, 
A. S. BEVES. 



Manaxer, 
F W. TOPPA 



POOB'S DIRECTORr OP RAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



MS PblU««lphlm and. neadliii: RR.— 

Ofr>fr,aandUiUlo>i vjerrTi.fl.-.-a,n!h,ual. 

tt v. a S<»U< i.iu.JAfKiC/'T'rPhllkdi-lpliU. Fn. 

*JJ-WO"J fav».a,f,r. . 

25 J«nM«Ciilboaii.. ..[nvO.Fat 
MJohDH Joiie»,...'ff. ^.CvirfTl 






99 K. Dimcli . 



KilTrvf. 
* F. i.l 



< ; jfiwtHff omi I ' 



itrni. 



'. Otn. Car 



l-Aat. t 
f.Agl.. 



Si Geor^ A bcli 
3IB.B. Cable.,* 



Car J«..l 

e. CarAgt , 
000. Atll. 



■ ■■' Auto. Car. 

Btt Gtti. Baa. . 

itaapl.M.P.H 



■'IfalnLitu B. 

upl. G.i If, 1 1 

Sr,t!tP*y PhiUdelphl., Pa. 



a^M. r.Boi 

_ . . „ ('B.B. 

3! ii; -i- "•*•« ».iftiAo™,„, 

"£„■"■*•*'"- '3- fodwiJ*! fl C«l»«li.*, ... 

M H. W. Ttmi j«/iM [JtocO. Hn« OrnTo. rt, 

"S;*-^"^*' "iPl- T'lfl • .'Rendinii, Pi. 

WW.B Giir«gli«..,i.s-. .^ftram l>Wfi> Piiilsd^Vit". P". 

*l ■. r. Smilb .Vu * KnC'inali Rmillng. Pj. 

Coporate OJfetri of OxU ana htn Co. 

4:1 Austin Corbln...,7Vg.<rfw( PhlliulcJpbla, r*. 

MW. RT»7lqr \BtmlBry , 

MW.A.Ctaonb In^iaurw | 

Omrral ft0€»n ^ Uli Butltertof Oe PUlaiMplda and 

Btaatng Coal and Inm OmipaHg. 
4SOwrS"(tf U Kolm , 

44 ai^pficnACilclwHI, l««-*tcrT«. IPhllldelphU, P«. 
4;At.,tin Orbit,,,,,! i j 



SSTboa, a.M»nh....\.'^,.-ml.U.-UiorVolUY[llt.Pi. 

W 8. c, Uirrt*. /, ,f .s'... .--.X^r Phil«d.'1pbl». P«. 

M8. fl, Whlllog..... e-i.. .VdM/MT.. PolHvai*. P». 

6T W. B.C. C^e^;;;!*^^, /w"!ifW* Renling, P«. 
(m nritfconn AA.— Pcrklonen Jnnellon lo Emiu) 



n.SSMm 



B. Belpt \Pr,Hdml. iSklppictvitlp, P 

"""Boyd |4«.P.*a!n.So, Norriiioim, P». 

n ^ (ton, Norrlflown, P», 
Mailer. . . (MllczeVlUe, Pa. 

or Hurriiiown. Pa. 

nui>attp'>ia. ,Vf>'f."'n-.i.j.V.E.i York EX.— PhWt- 
llaVoNSrtown, -iiXBilIc, 

JamMBoyd •.Pruidmt Norrlttuwn, Pn, 

" A^oji.. ...\.1tc.Tr.*P<>.A.\ 

Qtoxr \HuptTiBltndtrit' " ■■ 



SB 

4PbiUp8ann.... 
AD, B. Clack ... 
SO. B. Bon*.... 
1 Rabnt MoTer.. 
B P. C. BOKi. 

d..ip 
IJa 

9Hr 



1 JaiD«aB']rd 

1 Howard Boyd*. 
3Jn*cph Kobl... 

ilS- »»■■•• 



,. -Pnaiffni ,. . iNunlalowD. P«. 



■1 oinoe (P. * B. RR.), sr Soutb Fudrth SI., 



.** ftnni^/TOfliij .'Syiiem. Atimlalril Llntj. 

805 Ptadmon A r ■.■or, 

.t^ BidujwndauJ W,il }\AhI Tfrmtnal. 

SOS Piedmont and CamberUnd RR.- 

Uadft ciinatnicitou fran Pinlmoiii i» Cnmberlrmd, I 

Vltgluto C'eiilral and PHithiirgt HR. 

» Stepben B. lUklO". I'/iAiinU INbw York. N.Y. 

all, O. BnitoD... .. Sk.ATihu. .IPiedraonl.W V« 



PolDlBnuMh. imlle. 


■ 


' 


1C.M, Heel ftuldnf Pine Bl an, Ark 










Lwoumtivc aud Car Rapdr ijbop* at Lake Utck Ai 


SON PlnxCrrekUr. 


,S:r J.WJ fl,-oo* /.-tou( Co. 


609 PliUbnnr B&llrnad.— PIllaburG la Hod 






IC. J.Deerlng.. ... rr«-i>«<<'<<X- Oakland, Ual. 










IS Kaufman 






























Til. Ward. 


S?X'X- 






tfoM.Caritftfr. Plltabureb, Pa. 


General olDce, PIlubarEli, Pa. 





,.IOB-.AarOBnJ'(,,|plit«hBrKh, Pa. 



«13 PUIal>iira;h,Port W>Tne*adCkl»- 



•i\ mileB.-ToIlL l.ltlDllo. 



IB. llotbrooke 

IA.1> NKld. . .. 
SA.D.Srollb"". 
BJobn D, Hnrra)'.. 



IS H. O. Jobiuoa" 
1SW.L. Herbert.. 

IT O P. Snjlcir ... 



r,'A/. KngUittT. 
.Wf Enoinrir 
r,rn. Poj-i. Agl. 

Matlrr iitck.'.'. 
Mail. Tramp.. 
TrXPALS/iJti 

JfcA-.4 rBR ( J""*""' r^*- 
PunAaMngAMBitUharfh, Pa. 
C'o- AeamnflA 
,,^'r*. to;. Bip.i '• ■' 

/'nw, Xoe. Jt-p IToBngatown, O. 
"— "— "--'"i«on.P». 



..if'on.Car Pnlrt\ 
- I /Vt*, Carp. , , . I 
—P. OlUKJ, Son 



SI Boad KaHm.—P, OlUKJ, aomeslead, Pa., J, W 
Cprrarun. Retvcrnitls, Pa.: C. Br1ckiion.Da«>on, Pi. 
GcnpraJ olHce. PllUborgh, P». 
SI5 PlimbuTKb. Hitrlan and Cblcaxo 

Br.-Ncn Oallleu lo Ntw Llibon, Umlle>. 

iJobii I. Moll)' I/Vwldfnl 1 New York, N.V. 

SHenry M. Curili.,,.|zy«M, it,)«.aM| 



1^* ^ flo/e of txplattation on first pagt. 
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The George Place Machinery Co», 

121 CHAMBERS and) 
.03 READE ST8.. ' "=* '"*'"'• 




OF EVEEY DESOEIPTIOK 

Including Engines^ Boilers, Shafting, Pulleys, Hang- 
ers, and all Plant necessary to complete 

Railway Machine Shop 
and Foundry. 



W. W. 8CRANT0N, President. WALTER SCRANTON, Yloe-Prefident. 

B. P. KINGSBURY, Secretary and Treasurer. 

THE 

SCRANTON STEEL COMPANY, 



MANUFACTURERS OP 



Steel Rails k Billets. 



WORKS AT SCRANTON, PA. 



New York Office, 47 BROADWAY. 



POOR'S DIRECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFICIAL& 



Mft-#M. 



•16 Plttsbwrcb, RlarloB aiiA Cblcaco Ry, 



S R. W. 1 Vler . . . . 

4 N. B. BUllngdej. 
5C. DeCUrk 

5 0. W. Dixon.... 
7H. T. HanDA.... 



New Lbbon, O. 



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New Galilee, Pa. 

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«bA Falr- 

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Stcrefary 

Onynml 

Cf€n. Manager. 
SHptrintftuVt. . 
\Gtn.F.AP.Agt\ 

Oeneral office. New Lisbon, O. 

616 Pltlsbvrstas PnlnesTllle 

Kort RR.— Nilee to YoiineMtown (N. Q\ 11 milea 
emainder of line leased to Pitisbarjrh andWestern RR. 

1 Solon Hamphreys. . I PreHdent New York, N.T. 

S R. K. Paijie | rk«iVM<<fon^ Palnetville, O. 

General office, PainesTllle, O. 

•17 PlUsborfcand Western RR. 

See Baltimore and Ohio RR, 

618 Plant Invrstment Conapanj. 

Thlt company controls the railway and steamship 
properties named below. 

BxicuTiTB OrnciB*. 



1 Henry B. Plant . 
% H. P. Hoadley.. . 

8G. D Tilley 

4H. S. Hainos 



New York, N. Y. 

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Savannah, Ga. 



President — 
!&•<:,«§ Aeet.Tr. 
TV.fJk Aefi.See. 
General Man.. 

5*A9eniM.~J. D. Hashaeen (Bsstem), New York. N. Y. ; 
O. Q. Pf arson, Boston, Mass. ; J. B. Andrewi*, Balti- 
more, Md.: J. M. Clement, Philadelphia, Pa.; W. 
Hoghes (North-west Pass), Chicacn. 111.: Marion 
Knowlea (Sooth-western Paas), New OrleanB, La. 

(a) Pta$U Steamship Line. 
PeopU^s Line rf Steamers. 

1 J. W. PiUgerald. . .liffuptfrin'tfiKlsn/ 1 Jacksonville. Fla. 

2 J. T. Porry \Supt, dk Eng. . . iSavannah, Ga. 



(6) Charleston and Savannah 
Charleston, 115 miles. 



J?y.~Savannah to 



President 

Secretary 

Treasurer.. .. 
Oen. Manager.. 
Superintend'' t. . 
O.F.dP.A.diA 



New York, N. Y. 
Baltimore, Md. 
Savannah, Ga. 

4t »k 

Charleston, S. C. 
Savannah, Ga. 



1H.B. Plant 

5 B. F. Newcomer 

8J. M. Le«>« 

4H. S.Haines .. 

6 C. S. Gadsden. . 

6 £. P. McSwiney. 

7 W.B.W. Howe, J r.\ Chief Engineer 

8 H. A. Ulmo ... .\M.M.^tOarBld. 
• H. W. Ulmo /br. Lne Rep.. 

10 P. E. Meyers ^For. Loc. Rep.. 

11J.W. Craig ^M.Tran.iltR.M 

\% G. 8 Panning. .... ^Supervisor. . 
18 G. W. Gross .Supervisor. . 

General office, Charleston, 8. C. 

{e) Savannah, ftoridaand Western /?y.— Savannah to 
Chattahoochee, S90 miles ; branches, 866 miles. 



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Ravenel, S. C. 
Ridgeland, S. C. 



1 Henry B. Plant.... 'fys»i«e«fU 

S W. S. Chisholm. . . \ Vice-President. 

3 R. B. Smith. Secretary 

4J. M.Lee iTVeasurer 

6H. 8. Haines \ General Man.. 

6R. G. Fleming .. iSuperintend't.. 
7G. W. Haines' • ^^Ass'tSupt 

8 Wm. P. Hardee. ..^G.F.<tP, Aqt. 

9 W. M. Davidson. . i Gen. Tr<tf,Agt. 

10 W. B.W. Uom%,3t.\Chitfien6inMr. 

11 W. B. McKee \CorUrotUr 

12 C. T. Morel* \Aud. of IChgt. . 

18 A. A. Aysilhe iPurch. Arjent. . 

14C. D.Owens \Tr<^ffie Man... 

15 O. W. Jackson .... \Meuier Trans. . 

16 Oeom^ M D.Rlley. Mast.tff Maeh. . 

17 H. W. Reed 'Mast.cf Roadte 

18 J. L. Adams ^Passenaer Agt. 

19 E. Geffeken |.Fbr. Cfar Dept. 

General office, Savannah, Ga. 



New York, N. Y. 
Savannah. Ga. 
New York, N. Y. 
Savannah, Ga. 



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Savannah, Ga. 

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Waycross, Ga. 
[Savannah, Ga. 
■Savannah, Ga. 



id) South Florida i?^.— Sanford to Tampa, 115 miles. 



1 James B.Incraham. 

2RM. Palsirer 

8C.C. HaakeU««.... 



Pres.dGen.M. 'Sanford, Fla. 
Viee-President.^Bo9Xon^ Mass. 
Treasurer ,Sanf ord, Fla. 



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Kissimmee, Fla. 
Lakeland, Fla. 



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Kissimmee, Fl 
Foreman M. T. Lakeland, Fla. 
Master Mech.. . > Sanford, Fla: 



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618 Plant lUTestmcnt Co.^South Florida 
RR.—Oontinufd. 

4F. H. Rand \Ste.G.FitT.A.^*ntoTd, Fla, 

5B. R. 8«ooM Gen S*^ i ** 

6 Wilbnr McCoy«. . . ' Audi^GFATA 

7H. 8. Haines Chitf Eng 

8 F. A. Dickens, Jr. .Gen. Road M.. 

9J. 8. OUver iDiv. R'd MaH. 

10 W. 8. Wslker .... \DIv. R'd Mast. 

U V. B. Chapman. . .\Brg. For 

12L M.Malsby ^ Brg. For 

18 T. L. Jenkins ' Foreman M. T. 

14 H. M. Landers .. i 
15M. M.Derby ... 

16 A. B. Allen I Mas. Car Bdr. 

17B.F. Barnes. . .\Stortkeeper . . . .\ " 
General office, Sanford, Fla. 

610 Pontlac^ Oxford and Port Austin 

RR.— Pontiac to Caseville, 100 milesi 

1 G. W. Debevo1se..7Vfsi</«nr New York, N. Y. 

2 C. A. Carpf»nter. . . Vice-President. Games. Mich. 

8 Chas. H. btone. . . . General Mgr. . New York. N. Y. 
4 F. H. OrrolP « • >« Stfc. <fi Treas. . Pontiac, Mich. 

5J.Hous.ont*.H] %'-i^^^}\^'\ 

6 W. C. Sanford* ^ • Auditor 

7 G. A. Nettleton.... Chi^ Engineer 

8 W. E. Bailey Supt. THsg. . . . 

9 E. B. Carhan Mech. Foreman 

10 Geo. Cadogan For. Car Rep.. \ 

General office,' Pontiac, Mich. 

630 Pontiac Paollle Junction Ry.— Pro- 
jected fh>m Aylmvr, P. Q., to Pembroke, Ont, 80 mi es, 
of which completed from Aylmer to Coulowgs, P. <^., 
61 miles. 



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1 L. RasKles Church. President. 



Bh 



9 H. J. Bt^mer 
8 J. D. McDonald 
4 J. T. Prince. Jr. 



V.-Prss.dM.D. 
Sec. it Treas. . . 
Supetinteudent 



Montreal, P. Q. 



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Aylmer, P. (^ 



18H. H. McNatt.... 



PortIIuron,Mich. 



General office, Aylmer, P. Q. 

621 Port Dickinson and CbcnanM 
Rl¥cr RR.— Jnnctton 8., B. ft N. Y. RR to Che- 
nango River, 1 mile. Operations suspended. 

1 Oeorjye Q. Moon... . PreeUhnt Binghamton,N.Y 

2 Robert J. Bates .... ^Sto. <if TW^it. .. i 

General office, Binghamton. N. Y. 

62S Port Huron and Nortb-Weatcrn 

Rf.— Port Huron to Saginaw, 91 nille^ ; branches, 127 
miles. 

1 John P. Sanborn. . ! President 

2 C. F. Harrinirton . . ' Vice- President. 
8 Fred. L. Wells. . . . \Sec. <ft Tieas. 
4 HcnryMcMorran • Gen. Manager.. 
6L R. Wadsworth.. Su.d Traf.Mgr 

6 E. C. Chamber- \ i /,^.ai « 
lin 1 4 • 10 ^LasMtr.. .. 

7 George Bent* 't KAiet.G.FAP.A 

8 Arthur L. Reed.. . Chi^f Engineer 

9 E. A. Cole Road Master. 

10 C. Diefenbach .... Ma*ter Mech. 

11 B. Hillier Maet.CorB^.. 

\ Man. P. H <ft' 
I AT. Express . . | 

General office, Port Hnron, Mich. 

623 Port Jcrvls, IVIontlcciio and New 
Tork RR.-Port Jervls to Muuticello, 24 miles. 



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1 Henry R. Ix>w | President 

2 Wade Buckley Vice-President. 

80 P. Uowell 

4 Chas. Clark 



Middletown,N.Y. 
Port Jer>is, N.Y. 



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Treasurer... . 
Sec. A Supt. . 

624 Portland and Offd^nabunr RR.— 

Portland to Fabyan's, 91 miles ; Scott's Mills to La- 
nenbnrg. 8 miles. 



1 8. J. Anderson ... . 

2J. W. Danas« 

8 Charles H. Foye**. 



Pret. <* Rec... Portland, Me. 
Treas. t!t Caeh. 
Clerk AG. T. A. 



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POOR <ft GRSSNOnCH, 

34 Wall Street, New Tork. 

Railway Bonds. 



Ii\Ye^tinei\t^ ii| f{ailway Betimitie^ k ^pedialty. 

CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED FROM ALL WISHING 
TO BUY OR SELL RAILROAD BONDS. 

PRIME SECURITIES FOR INVESTMENT ALWAYS ON HAND. 



Investment or speculative purchases made upon the New York and 
Ix>ndon Stock Exchanges, either for casli or upon a margin. Interest paid on 
deposits, which will be received subject to check at sight. 

POOR & GREENOUGH, 34 Wall Street, New York. 

DOnaiiASS GREEN. A. E. BATEMAH. 

^W. 'W. DUDIjEY. B. G. MUBFHT. 

MeaOMn N. T. 8kfek Ebxham^t. 

GREEN & BATEMAN, 



« %mhn, > 



1 1 WALL ST., corner of NEW ST., 



Pirivnto T^ix-es ta Oliiengfo, Rielnnondy l^asttinictoiis 

Boston, Portland, 
and Intcirmecliate Points. 

BRANCH OFFICES CONNECTED BT PRIVATE WIBS8: 

15ATEMAN & CO., Washington, D. C. 

NEW YORK HOTEL, 721 Broadway, New York, 

CASINO BUILDING, l^ewport, R. L 

HOLLYWOOD COTTAGES, . HoUvwood, Long Branch, New Jersey. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY 0FPICTAL8. 



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624 PortUuiA mod Ocdcnsbors RR.— Cbn- 
tintied, 

4 W. TolmMi. Otn. Fgi. AgL. iPorfland, Me. 

ft JonM Hamilton^ * ^/win/«ii<IV./ 

6 John F. Anderaon. Chitf Eng i 

7 M. L. Babb Mtut. of Mach,} 

8 W. O. Brewer MomI. Car R*p. . ' 

9 Blisha Newcomb.. Road Jforr^r... Cnmberrd M.Me. 

10 A. C. UrqnhMt.. . . H'or.Paiknt ^Ulp.iPortlmnd, Me. 

11 P. N. Watson Sup.qfBridQt9.;Btt.Ti\t\X, N. H. 

General office, Portiaud, Me. 

625 Portland and Rocbeater RR. -Port- 
land to Rochetter, S2.50 mile«. 

1 George P. Woacott., PrtHdsnf. iPortland. Me. 

2 W. if. Conanl»«»»«* Tr^as. dtSec...] 
8 J. W. Peters '.V'/«.tt Pur.Agt. 

4 J . W. Keiaw» •»•»»; GtH. Tkt AgtiU\ 

5 J. Morrill j Road Muti^. . . Rochester. N. 

6R.O.C.T«n.p«,n{!-U«^^,.J^:;. 

7 T. D. OriffliL | For. Car PnU. 

General office, Portland, Me. 



it 



Portland. Me. 



626 Portland and l¥lllamette Valley 

RR.— Elk Rock lo Dundee, ^ miles. 

1 William Reld Pretid^nt iPortland. Ore. 

2 Geo. P. Bi«sell ncePresid€nt. Han fori. Conn. 



8 Portland NaL Bank Trea»urtr 

4 Bdwiii Wilcox Secretary 

5 C. N. Scott ~ 

AH. Hawgood 

7 William M. Watson 



SuperinteruTt.. 
CfCf t!t>git>eer. 
Roati Master. . . 



Portland, Ore. 



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General office, Portland, Ore. 

627 Port Rojal and Aasnata Rj. 

He« Central qf Georgia RR. 

628 Potomacy Frederleksbors and Pied- 
mont KR.— Fredericksburg to Orange Conn House, 
aSmUes. 

Prttldent.. .. 
(Mn.Mf/r.dTr. 

Acting Sec 

Road Matter... 
Hood Oa»pent.. 
Master Much... 

General office, Fredricksborg, Va. 



1 L.H. Richard! 

2 W.H.Richards*"". 
8S. O.Daniel 

4 W. Goldsmith 

5 W. Livingston 

6 W.P.Johnson 



Philadelphia, Pa. 
FredericKsb g,Va 



ft L. W. Gade 
6J. B.McClary.... 

7L. W.Johns 

8 P. G. McAllister.. 



Superintend^ t.. 
Oen. r.AF.Ag. 
CM^Bnginetr 
Road Master. . 



Memph'it, T^uu. 
Pratt Mines, Ala. 
Memphis, Tenn. 
Pratt Mines, Ala. 



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General office, Pratt Miooa, Ala. 

681 Preaeott and Arlatona Central RR. 

Prescott Junction to Prescott, 74 miles. 



1 Thos. 8. Bollock. . 

J F, A. Tritle 

3W. B. HaselUne.. 

4 W.N. KeUj 

5 Lemnel H. Wilson 

tt J. G. Crowley 

rOscarVanderbllt.. 

General office, Prescott, Arts. 
A 4S Wall St. 



Pres. A O. M. 
Vice- President. 

Treasurer 

Srcretary 

Au <fc iYoif.Mgr 
Supt.cf Cons., 
i^en. Pass. Agt. 

New 



Prescott, Ari2. 



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633 Prollle and Franeonia Noteb RR.— 

Bethlehem Junction to Profile House, 10 miles; Beth- 
lehem Division, 4 miles. 

1 John H. George .. . \PreHdent Concord. N. H 

2 C. H. Greenlesf . . . i /Vmp<. A Supt. 

3 C. H. Grcenleaf i Gen.Pass Agent 

4Geo.T. Craft \Oen.Ft, Agt... 

ftSamuelN. Bell ....\cterk 

General office, Whltefleld, N. H 
Milk St., Boston, Mass. 

634 Proapcct Park and €>owkmj Island 

RR.— Brooklyn to West Brighton Beach, Conej Island, 
6 miles ; New York and Coney Island RR., 2H miles. 



629^Po«Bbkeepale9 Hartford and Bos*, 

SeeNtw York and MassaehuseUs RR. 

630 Pratt Coal and Iron Company^M 

RR.- Birmiiifbam to Prait Mine*, miles; Heleua 
Mines to Heleuii, 8 miles. 

1 Enoch Riialey Pres. <t O jr.iPratt Mines, Ala. 

2 Napoleon Hill \VicePresidsnt. " 

8 Thomas D. Radcliff Treasurer 

4J. H.Smith \Seersiary. 



York office, 40 



632 PrlBM Edward Island Ry. 

iSiM CanaMan Ooternment Rys. 



Profile H*se,N.H. 
*« •« 

Mancheeter,N.H. 
Transfer office, 81 



1 Andrew R. Culver. . 

•i A'.i C. Washing- < 

ton»«»* f 

3 H. A. Faron 

4 R. Scherraerhem*. . 

ft .Martin Painter 

K Darnel Slater 

7 James Carney 

8 John Carter 



President 

Trs. AG.T.A 

• 

Secretary . 
Kng. A Supt. . . 
Master Mech. . . 
Fvr. Car Rprs. 
For. Car Pnir. 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 

New York, N. Y. 

Brooklyn, N.*y. 



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F. I.e. <E R.. 

General office. 16 Court St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Loco- 
motive Repair Shops at Brooklyn, N. Y. Car Repair 
Shops sx Coney Island, N. Y. 

635 ProTldenee and SprlnsHold 

Providence to Pascoif^, 28 miles. 

1 Wm. Tinkham* » •. Pres.AGen.M. . 



Secretary. 

Tiens^jrer 

G.P%. A Tk. A. 
Gen. Ft. Agt. . . 
Gen. Baa. Agt.. 
.Moeter Mec^. . . 
Road Master. . . 



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2 Jabez C. Knight. . «-—'--.' »» 

« K. W. Tinkhain . 

4 Kred. Arnold 

5W. W. Logee.... 
H Hiram Smith 

7 George Tn« ley.... 

8 Robert B. Bishop 

636 ProTldenee, ^Warren 

R tC. 
. See Boston and PrtrtAdeme RR. 

637 Providence and Worceater »■••- 

Providence to Worcester, 48 miles: RttSi Providence 
Branch, 7 miles. 

1 \PrtHdent. 



Georgeville, R. I. 
and Rrlstol 



2 W. A. Leete* «•»•.; Treasurer 



8 Charles Howard*>>i &sn. Su/ierinL 

4 Cliarles Howard . . . ' 

5 Julius I^. Bacon 
HJaa.A. Windsor* T» 

7J.W. Ellis 

» W. F. Ellis 

i»A. Griggs 

10 R Hawkes 

11 D. W. Hunter. .. 

12 H. W. Walton.... 



Providrnce, R. I. 



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Gen. Pas^ Agt. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 

Auditor. 

C7Ai</^i?/i^n«sr|Wooii»ocket,R.I. 



Providence, R. I. 
Valley FaIN, K.I. 



Repair Sbope, Val* 



Road Master. 
Sup. Mot. Pow 
F. Jjoco. Rpr$.. 
Fm. Car Rprs. 
F. CarPntrs.. 

General office. Providence, R. L 
ley Falls, R. I. 

638 Quebec Central Ry.-Shcrbrook* 
Levirt, 18;^ miles ; branches, 24 miles. 

1 J. G. Robertson. . . | PresU/ent .... 

2 R. D. Morkill ....\Vice Pte^ident. 

3 J . A. Archsmbaalt* , Secretary. . . . 
4J. H. Walsh \A.G.F. A PA. 



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ft J. R. Woodward.. 

6 A. Steele 

7 A. 11. Anderson*" 

8 Jolm Farquhar.... 

9 James Severight . . 

10 P. Dion 

11 J. H. Walsh* 



Gen. Manager. 

Superintendent 

eting Cashier 

Supt. of Brgs . 

Mast. Mech. 

Road Master. . . 

Auditor 

Chn. U. S. Agt. 



Shcrbrooke, (^ae. 



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Levia, Que. 
Sherbrooke, <^ne. 
Boi<t(»o, Mass. 



12 J. T. Prince, Jr.. 
General office, Shcrbrooke, Que. 

639 4(nebee and Lake At. Jobn Ry.— 

Opersted by company : Quebec to Rlwr i Pit rre, 56 
miles. Operated by contractor : River A Pierre to Lake 
Risklsink, 78 milen. Will be completed to I^ke St. 
John, 184 miles, in September. 

1 J. G. Ross President [Quebec, Que. 

2E. Beaodet. WioePresUUiU 



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'Moral: Insure in The Travelers." 

tUmi^sr.. }:}^^^':::::::^2i^^3 ^:^ Original Accident Company of 
KiM Wli.C^.X^jt.felP ^^ America, Largest in the World; 
gP^wn^uRANcE ~/ also. Best of Life Companies. 



RATES AS LOW AS CONSISTEHT WITH SAFETY. 



Assets, $9,111,000. Surplus, $2,129,000. 

1 PftinrUT nni IPiro onlv $B per Vpar to Professtonal and Buelnesa Men, 
ACLIDCNF rULICltO for path iti.OOO wun $r, weekly iudemnlty. Not 

' 2i> Pts. pop dav. $4.S0 for flO days; foreali 
I agenclejfttnfl leading Hallroad stations. 



Paid PoUej-hoIders $13,000,000. Pays ALL CLAIMS WittaoDt 
Discount, and Immediately upon receipt of Satisfactory Proofs. 



JA8. G. BATTERSON, Preet. RODNEY DENNIS, Scc'y. JOHN E. MORRIS, Asst. Sec'j 



HONESTY GUARANTEED. 

Fiiolitjr anl Casualty Conpa&y^ 

ai4 & 216 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 
CASH CAPITAL, SS6O,O0O.OO, INVESTED IH U. S. GOV'T BONDS. 

1200,000.00 d*p«:iad with tb* N. Y. In. D.p't hr IIm jmlMtian tt psUsr-baldan. 

ASSETS, JANUARY 1st, 1885, $512,026.11. 

OQcIbIs of Banks, Killnwds ind TraiiBportaliOD CaniiHinlei, MBnugert, Sacreurle* uiil Clark* of 
Public Campmleg, InallCutluni! *u<l Cummsrcltl armi. un obuin 

BOynS OF SURETYSHIP 



ACCIDENT POLICIES, 
INSURING AGAINST DEATH OR DISABLING INJURY. 

Pnll InforDUIlDD M to dcUlla, nUa, ale, cad b« obUbtd aa appllcitloo ■! Iha offlc*. 
WM. M. BlCnAKDB, Pres. JOHN M. CRANE. SM*r. ROBBRT i. HII.LAH, Ah'( Be«*r' 

DIRKCXORS. 

CiDrM T. Hopi, C. G. WIUUiD*, Gtorg* S. CM, Cbar^M Dannli, 1. 1. T. llnuiihMt, A. 1. Hull, A. 1. lanM, 

S.I. Cblliwidan, H. A. Hurlbul, W. G. Low, Ditid Dom. i. D. Vannllja, Uai. mtcbail, Wm. H, RiobuM. 

CounMl: MOORE, IXIW dt SANFORD. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALa 



639-644. 



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tinusd. 



liAke St. Jobn WLj^—Con- 



3 J. G. Scott \See.di Mana<fer.\(laehec, Que. 

4J. Lennon \ Auditor 



Gen.F.AP. Ag. 
Ass^t 8upt — 
7 James Cadman . . . C/iUf engineer 



5 Alexandre Hardy. 
6P. Allen 



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8 A. L. Ughi 

911. Wakefield 

10 Michael Carpenter 

11 Jules Belapgcr 



Cons. Engineer 
ifast. Mechanic 
Road Master. . . 
Fuel Agent 



St. Baymond, Qu. 

Quebec, Que. 

^t. Raymond, Qu. 
•• •• 



General office, Quebec, Que. 

640 <4ae«ii and Creacent KouCe.— Com- 
pri**ing the following lines: Cincinnati, New Orleans 
and Texa:i Pacific Ry. Co. (Lessees of Cincinnati South- 
em Ry.) ; Alabama Great Southern Railroad ; New 
OrU'ana and North-Eostem Railroad ; Vicksburg and 
Meridian Railroad ; and Vicksbnrg, Shreveport and 
Pacific Railroad. 

Qbiobal Operatimo OnriOEBs. 



1 John C. Gault. ... Otn. Manager 



8 Richard Carroll . . . 

8 B. M. Johnson.... 
4G. B. Nicholson... 

5 James Meehan 

8C. C. Harveya'*.. 

7R. W. Healy 

8M. Walsh 

9 H. Collbran 

lOR.X. Ryan 

11 C. B. Grey 

121. Hardy 

i:i J. M. Knight 

14 Charles Patton . . 

15 S. O. Parker 11 .... 

16 F. A. Zimmerman. 

17 W. S. St. George.. 
IHPaulH. Ravesies.. 
19 W. H. Newman... 
*J0 S. R. Johnson . . . . 
21 John K. Hoi^an 



Gen. Supt 
Qen. Counatl. . 
Chief Kng'r.. 
Supt.M.P.dtM. 
Comptroller. . . 
Patch. Aqt.. . 
Supi.Br.dbBu. 
O. Ft. 4t P. A, 
AesH O.F.A. 
AUt O. P. A. 
A9.G.F.AP.A. 
ficket Agent. . 
Paymaster .. 
Car AccounVt. 



Cincinnati, O. 
Meridian, Miss. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Ludlow, Ky. 
Cincinnati, O. 

Meridian, Miss. 

Cincinnati, O. 
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Vickshurg, Miss. 
New Orleans, La. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Meridian Miss. 
Cincinnati, O. 
New York, N. Y. 



Gen. Bag. Ag. 

Kn.F.AP.Agt. 

Gen. Agent. . . St. Louis, Mo. 

Gen. Agent.. . |Loni8ville, Ky. 

I Gen. Agent. . | Atlanu, Ga. 

North.Pass.A. Detroit, Mich. 

22 Neil C. Kerr ' 7Vat>. Pass. ^.Cincinnati. O. 

*1 Prank W. WooUey Trav. Pass. il.'Lexins^ton, Ky. 
34 Thomas Kilkeny . . \No. E"n A.... jRochester, N. Y. 



ae5 C. S. Henry 
36 Parker Dickson 
37E. E.Everett... 
38 W. E. Reynolds. 



No. W'nA.. 

Trav Attomy\C\\\c\iiXktLX.\, O. 



Chicago, III. 



Trav. Pass. X. Chattan'ga, Tenn. 

Trav. Pass. ^.'Atlanta. Ga. 
29 D. J. Mullaney . . . . ! City Pass. Ag. 'Cincinnati. O. 

SOW. H. Kidd \Iiesidtnt ^^r. Jacksonville. Fla. 

31 Geo. F. Lnpton .... Southwest Agt.\Da^\n»y Tex. 

C0BFO1L4TS AND DiTIIION OPflCBBS. 

{a) Alabama Great Southern ^y.— Wanhatchie to Me- 
ridian, 990 miles. 

1 Charlef* Schifl Pneident Cincinnati, O. 

2 R. V. Tomlinson . . . Secretary London, Bug. 

Treasurer . . . Cincinnati, O. 
Superintend'' 1. 1 Birmingham, Ala. 
Train ifn^^. IMeridUn, Miss. 
Mast. Car B'r. .Chatun'ga, Tenn. 
Res. Engineer. 
Div. M. Mech 
Boad Master.. 

Locomc'tive and Car Repair Shops at Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 

(b) Cineinnati, New Orleans db Tsxai PadJIe By. Oo. 
— (Leasees of Cincinnati Sonthem Railwaijr.) Cincin- 
nati to Chattanooga, 888 miles. 



3Ferd. Hahn»<»io.. 

4 A. Grim 

5 L. F. Hennington. . 

6 J. M. Kelley 

7 W. C.Jewelt 

8 J. G. Tomlinson. . . . 

9 P. Nolan 



It 



Birmingham, Ala. 



1 Charles Schiff. 

t H. H. ffatem« * • >• 

8 W. W. WelU 

4W. C. Jewett 

6 J. P. Mci^een . . . 

6 A. Thompson 

TJ.C.McCarty 

8 John Bicbardson. . 

9 John Clancj 

10 R. D. KolUuie 

11 M. Shea 



P*esMmt 

Sec. A Treas., 
SuptrUUind'L 
Bes, Engineer. 
JHV.M.M.S.D. 
Div. M. Mech. 
G€n.F.ir.Div.. 
Mast. Car B'r. 
ConUr. Agent. 



Cbieinnati, O. 



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Chattan*ga,Te 

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Cincinnati, O. 



iKoaaifai<fr..'boiMr#aC Ky. 
BoadMattm',.] ** '^ 



•40 Ckuecn and Crem^emtWlomt^— Cincinnati, 
New Orleans d: Texas Pacyie By.— Continued. 

19 M. Rogan Ass't B.M.... iCInclnnati, O. 

18 Z. Jones \Mati. TVaiMp.l Somerset, Ky. 

Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at Lad low and 
Somerset, Ky., and Chattanooga, Teiin. 

(f) New Orleans <ft North-Eastern i?i?.— Meridian to 
New Orleans, 196 miles. 



1 Charles Schiff 

3 Ferd. Hahn» * • »• . 

3 John Glynn, Jr. . . . 

4 Edmnnd L. Tyler. . 

5 A.Clarke 

8 J. C. Hauprh 

7 1 W. Kowle 

8 M. Rowan 

9 A. F. Barnett 



President 

TYeatftrer 

Sec. db O. Agt. 
Superintend* t. 
train Master. 
Rfs. Engineer. 
Master Mech.. 
lioad Masltr, . 



Cincinnati, O. 
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Cont. Agent. 

Transfer office. Farmers' Loan A Tmst Co., New 
York, N. Y. Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at 
Meridian, Miss. 

(£0 Vicksb»rg and 3ftrUttan i?i?.— Vicksburg to Mer- 
idian, 14a miles, with branch, 3 miles. 

1 Franks. Bond.... 
8 Cbarleit Schiff. . . . 

3 D. Graff. 

4 Ferd. Hahn»»o... 

5 H.F. Clark 

6 F. Y. Andeison... 

7 W. W. Boiid 

8 A. Abtrrcrombie.. 

9 U. Curry 

10 J. C. Haugh 

11 J. W. Fowie 



Beceiver 

PreHdmt 

Sec. di Treas.. 
Ass't iYtas... 
Superintend" t. 
Land Comm'r 
TSa/tn Master. 
Supt.Br.diBu. 
Boad Master.. 
Bes. Engineer. 
LHv.Mast. Mec. 



New York, N. Y. 
Cincinnati, O. 
New York, N. Y. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Vlcksbuig, Miss. 
Birmingham. Ala. 
Vickshurg, Miri<. 



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Transfer office. Farmers* Loan A Trust Co., New 
York. N. Y. Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at 
Meridian, Miss. 

(e) Vieksburg, Shreveport and Paci/lc BB.—Delth to 
Shreveport, 169 miles, with branch, 20 miles. 



1 Charles Schiff 

3 D.Graff 

8 Ferd. Hahn 

4 H.F.Clark 

5 F. Y. Anderson... 

6 L. A. Stubbs 

7 W. E. Crume 

8 W. B. Smith 

9 WW. Bond 

10 M. Rogan 



President 

Sec. d Treas.. 
Ass't Treas... 
SvperintendU 
Land Comm'r 
Bes. Engineer. 
Bes. Engipeer. 
M.Mch.AC.B. 
TVoin Masttr, 
Boad Master. . 



Cincinnati, O. 
New York, N. Y. 
Cincinnati, O. 
Vicksbnrg, Miss. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Monroe, La. 



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Vicksbnrg, Miss. 
Monroe, La. 



Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at Monroe, La. 

641 aotncTyllllMoarlandPmelfleRR.— 

West Quiiicy to Trenton, 184 miles. 

iJohnPaton ^Purch.Com.. 

G.AJtfrP.Oom. 
Auditor . . 
S.,G.F.dT.Ag 



8 Edwin Farsuns 

8 Amos Green 

4 John M. Savin 

5 F. D. Schermerhom 



New York, N. Y. 
Quincy, 111. 



It 



General office, Quincy. III. 

642 Ralclffta aod Ancvsta Alr-Llne and 
RttlelKM aua Gaatoii RR* 

See Seaboard Air Line. 

643 ReadlBB and Colombia RR.— Sinking 

Springs to Colmubia, 40 miles ; with branches, W 
miles. 



IG. A. NicoUs 

3 John Welsh* *•.... 
8 Howard Hancock.. 

4A. M. Wilaon 

5 0. G. Hancock*.... 



tr§SiiUnt • . . • • 

Trttuwer 

Seeretoiry » 

Sviperkk t m M ^t., 
Oen. Ticket A. 



Reading, Pa.' 
Phiiaddphla. Pa. 



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Philadelphia, Pa. 



644 Rlehnsond and Allacliany 

Richmond to Clifton Forge, 880 miles ; branches, 34 
miles. Total 9M miles. 



I Lawrence Myers. . 
31>ecatnr Axtsll... 
8 Jaa. T. Ciosson . . 



Afcsivsr 

Sec. A Mem.. 
Preeident. . 



New York, N. Y. 
Richmond, Va. 
New York, N. Y. 



8^ note of explanation on first page. 

143 



The PRATT & WHITNEY COMPAM, 

HARTFORDj CONN., U.S.A. 



ManufacturerB of Lathes, Planers, 

Shaper% Drilling Machines, 

Screw Machines, Milling Machines, 

Turret-Head Chucking, Bolt Cutting, 

Nut Tapping and Cutting-off Machines, 

Drop Hammers and Power Shears. 
IT. S. Standard Thread Gauges, Taps and Dies. 

Master Car Builders' Standard Bar Iron Limit Ganges. 
Drop Forged Steel Caliper Gauges. 

Standard Hand, SheU and Chucking Reamers. 
Hardened and Ground Mandrels. 
Combination Lathe Chucks, Benshaw Batchet Drills, Corundum Wheels, 

Etc., Etc. 



tW PRICE-LISTS ANI> DESCRIPTIifN VUBNlSBEn OK ATPLICATIOX, 



THE 



SOLID STEEL COMPANY, 



Mliance, €hio. 



Steel Castings. 

Locomotive Castings, such as Driving Boxes^ 

Cross-Heads, Rocker Shafts, Pistons, Followers, 
etc. Brake Shoes, Car Couplers, Draw-Bars, etc. 



POOR'S DIRECTOBT OF BAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



•44 BIAmand and All«B:Ii*'iy RB.-ran- 

4 John J. XcCooi...\ntr-Pniaenl. New York, S. Y. 



..Rich 



TJ. B. ■acmardo.. OMj>'.ilii>,.d.. 

«H. D. Wblieomb.. PWtC^Xrfiwr.' 

VT. C. K^^ilOD... £w. Sutittter.: " " 

lULouliprEckar*" .iTHiJIor 

11 W, A. CumlCT ...]BuppigAQa<l..l " 
HA. D. BcthaM... '.Sb. TV * 7W. 
ISWm. HH>D»a....|jr.Jf.<tJr.&J9. 

14W.H.W1« .Kr.Pnt.SAiit. 

liA.J. amrtpit.... iBnad IfiuUr. ' 

I6N. P. Buktt iHoadMiulir.. .Bnchiin»n. Vm, 

1 r J. A. Brtgf. \Ti/ Impictor . ' RlctamoDil. Vi. 

Qenen) ottc-M. Rlcbmond, Vs., ima 3 Will 8t., Ne> 
York, N.Y. 



aoDdlo 



rmlSutljr .PittidtKt 

U. Lot[u \IH Vif*Prti. . 

I M. ItoalCF""!^ nc»-Pra... 



8 PeTbiD ftudoluh 

SSol.Rut 

WJ.H. ]>nke 

11 Jimn L. Tajlor. 



,:ftai.igh.N, f 

..SIctimxitd. V 
..iWniUnttlon,] 
I0ffi. JfaawT.,! 
Ai4l OtA-Stan., 
Itufic Ma-i JRIchmonil, \ 
Ota. Pi. J(rf..iW«.bliiinun.: 



IT JiHiD Cnli . 

IHH. D. WiniwM.. 

lie. M.BoltoD 

WJ.P.MiD'tog... 



It W.A. Hoodjo. 
at W. a. TumnUn 
HT. W. Oenlry .. 

I71.fl. V.oglMn.. 
UJ.C.Bolt . ... 
MZ.a.SinlIti.... 
ao W. T. Lcdfoid 
SlJ. C. Badfard .. 
SlU.L.BImt 



Aw*. qr0M. I 

ff(M. iVf. A9t.\ 
Obi. Bag. AglJ 



<1 J.3.B.Thara|»D 



Oar ilceMinfV.. ClurlDlU, N. C. 

Dn.Ma,. Mch. AiliutB. U*. 
MoMi. f.tir^r.. Blctamoiid, Vil 
"uf,Clir.^r..!Coinp'(«hj»,N.( 

ur. VarSr. Allanti. Ok. 

Ml.''. Ailnl. KkbmDnd, V*. 

uf.C. nil>il.'U>mp'THtajMlI,< 

ul.(7. Ailn'.,AIkIi[ii, Oa. 

O.F.dF.A. 1 



IB D. C«dw.U .... \4SIi*''A-\ f a>ln»J"«. 8.C. 



ML. I. McCtctksyJ 
S* Rab«tl Andrew! - 
saw. H.Onnt.. .. 



AOACAarDv. 

i>, ilv. Blrboond, Va. 

■.C.Bt.lAAerllla.N.C. 

(t£./>, AtluiU. 0». 

«.f7.<eC.iC6>./>.|ColanbIi,8. C. 



41 H. 

«G. 
44 F. H 



43l»rl 



M. HuDilngion. £a. Z^im. Aet. 

Sru>' Eng. Aft. 
«Dr.D.i-rivo , .. . Conl. Fit. Agt. 
Vi O. B. Naedlum.. Cont. Ff/t. Agt. 

48 L. S. Brown iJM. Paa.Agl. 

40 HEnrT Utdsa Smtc. Fat. Agt. 

W S. T. Dinand. .. . attte. Fgt. Agt. 
B1 C. W. Hu-wDod,,. SoOeMng Agt- 
M Qto. W. Tiflor... aoHcUliyi Agt.. 



Pbilnddpbii, F>. 
BaJtlmon, Hd. 
WwblDglon.D.C. 



941 RI«liiueBd and naiiTllIs RR.-Pm- 

■inaiB iNii rnxmuT Imttizt.-CoHtinuHt. 

S3 W. W. Darin .. ,Agt't.- JackroDvIlle.Flk. 

M C. B. Scrvcant.. .\Pt.A Tkl.Aiit,,hi\»tax. Ua. 
rnn.C. Bula ....\FaM. Aoi'^...\liouwitavri.k\%- 
MH. K. PDwtra .. .\PaH. ^ffen<... Now urieana. lA 
ST Jaa. M. M«na,...lAi«. J^'U...IHobiiod. Tax. 

M Bead XntUn.—W. B. Lamb, Weal Pulnt. Va i H. 
L. PrT,ADwllaC.B.,Va,; J. A. O.iblOD, nreenab..ni, 
H. 0. : W. p. Rairard, Princalon.M. C. i C. P. HtlU- 
mond, A llama. Oa. 

(a> LiHB CotrrniLUD n Oiobou. 

ElbttloaAtTliKtBR 

ITartveU BR., Batlweil lo Bowerirlllc. 10 uilia : / 

nnrteUlt flnmefl BH^ UwteiiceYlllB to Sun-ane. 

mlla> ; BofwU BB., Roiwdl lo RiMwell Jiincllfl 

inlifl*. 

I E. Bgrkfle}'. |Ai;vrlnten(rf.,IAllams, On 



loToccoB, BOmllr*: 



049 Richmond and IVcat P«lnt Tern>l> 
nal Ur. & Warvkuuse Cu, the Unas of nil- 

(ai Ofoeral Offter* SlcArnoml and 



nal Rti. it H'orcAouas 
1 AlfreddDllr. ... 
iT.M.Loein.... 

3A. J. Unub 

4 nicbard Brooke. 



Flet-IYtiiaml, 



P(A<U Terjri- 
He* York, N Y. 



Trat^fiT Ael.. 

Bar. of Tram/. 

Car Btt. Agt. . Charlotlt, N. C 
lECDTITE tMD OmiTIKC OmoEHB Of LItut Can- 

InUM byB.AW. P. T. By. A V. Vo. 
(by Ai^tiiOi aiHJ Sparlanburg A?.— SpaitanbDnr Co 
landerMn<lll«,Mmnrt. 

R T. McAdan \Prgiiilmt Chirlolte, N O. 

W.H.Inman Flw-ftwWmi Now York, N. IT. 

A-i-w""" {i':-^r'ji:[;3[«™'"""«-3.o- 

JamciAnderion'., ifufMrlnfrndinfl " " 

S. H.CookB \mr. Car Btpf.\Vrioa,S. C. 

General offlce, SpulanbDri, S. C, 

AugniU,. 



(n SouUl CaraOna lHftiion.—ChhTlt 
Bi mllw ; laiBBd ItnuB, ITS mltea. 
A.O. Haikall Iftmldmt .. 



IColun 



a, S, C. 



B J. C. B.Biiillli*"i'l7V«Jnifw. ...I 
i Boad Ifatttn.—C. Warren. CheiCei 

BlanioD, BalMhnre 8, C, ; S. B. Woo 

a. C; C. Xliii, Jr., ^'aiumbla, B. C. 
(d) CalanMaand OrtenrUU BieMon.-Coli 

Qreenillle, m mllea ; braocbet, 91 iBiln ; l>-ai 



.. Yorl 



Kilit. \lloadMailiir. 

wr^ Piei/le By.— ]ttDi< 



Hewberrr, N. C. 

on. 18t mila ; U 

)lun, St mllM— tuUI lengtb. 



9 Ja-eph Brian 
bJ. A. Butbirroid 
4L. D. Ajieti .. . 



M Via-Prti'.'.'.\^tbaaul, Va, 
Id n«-iVH...;l4ewyatk, M. Y. 

IVaamnr !t1lrinlB|baiD,AlB. 

Aul. J>»«....iNew Yort,H.Y. 
Slerttary BiriBlnghnn,Al». 



TH.C.Anile^ \AiuiUoT. ... , 

BJtmKt Vitubttlj.iAt.O. Couiuel.i " " 

» 1. Y. Sage' ' " , . . . 1 0. Jf. < JPnff. . " " 

10 Ofotgv a. Bnaam' Uin.F.i P. A.\ " " 

tl J. II. (Hmer. Aip(. lrtZ«t... 

IIW.J.PirlFh auBi.MZNfl.., " 

isa. U.Parcell ^<ip(. Sd i>iii... Oreeairflle, MlH. 

14 R. C. AD(lerHD...!lV.jriu,.lif/ti.|Blmiln2b>in.A]s. 



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« note of Ki^lanatwn on first page. 
145 




CHATTANOOOA, TESB. 

MONTAGUE & CO., 

FireBrick 

STAKDAID SAIT-GLAZED 

SEWER PIPE. 

Railroad Culvert Pipe 

DRAIN TILE. 

Cronnd Brick Of Claj li Barrel or BnlL 



KBTABI.lBllKD 1 



M. C. MENGIS, 

12 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, 

RAILWAY CONTRACTOR, 



- DEALER IM — 



STEEL iHD lEOH EAlLSJiSTEMSS, WHEELS, ETC. 

Freight and Passenger Cars Sold ft>r Cash or on 
Deferred Pajinentg. 

MONEY ADVANCED 

On yew and Pft/rtitUly Completed Sailroada and the 

Securities Negotiated. 



ABANDONED RAILROADS AND OLD RAILROAD BEDS BOUGHT. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



Me-eeo. 



646 Blcliittond and West Point Tennl- 
■al Bjr. St Wareboase COm—Oeorgia Fa- 
c\/U By.— Oondnutd. 

15 W. J. Ptrrieh I Tr.Mcu.^Ih). Colambas. MIm. 

10 W. T. Newmftn.. .' Jfof^. Mechanic BirminKbam,Ala. 
17 A. C. Jarnegan \For, Car R^.. Atlanta, Qa. 

General office, Birmingham, Ala. Transfer office, 
New York, N. Y. 

if) Khoxrltle and Augusta i?i?.— KnoxTille to Mary- 
vine, 17 miles. 



Hi. N.Hood" «»«•. 

2 bkipwlih Wilmer 

3 Cbarles Burger 

4J.M.nood 

6 John llood 

«A. J. Wsaver 

7M. Nicholson 



Pret. db O.Mem. 

Seerttaty 

TV. db G. P. A. 
Sup€HnUn<i*t.. 

Auditor 

Boad Matter . . 
ChUfBnginstr 



Knox villa, T«nn. 
Baltimore, Nd. 
Maryville, Tenn. 



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Knoxville, Tenn. 
Klenniken, Tenn. 
Knoxfille, Tenn. 



General office, Knoxville, Tenn. 



{g) North-Eastern SB. of Georgia.— AthtnB to Lala, 
39 miles; Raban Gap Junction to Tallalah, 21 miles. 



1 E. Berkeley i Osn. Sttpt 

2 L. L. McCleskey... PkireA. AgeFU.. 
311.11. l^nard \Agmt 



Atlanta, Ga. 



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Athens, Ga. 



(A) Virginia Midland Z>i ^^Mon.~Alexandria to Dan- 
ville, 283 miles; branches and leased lines, 128 miles. 



1 Robert Andrews.. . . 

8 F.I. Cai>ell 

8C. T. Dabney 

4 J.K. Waddy 

5P. R. Bvans 



8u. db Engineer 
A$st. Entjineer. 
Master Transp. 
Master Mech... 
Road Master. . . 



Alexandria, Ya. 
Lynchburg, Va. 
Alexandria, Va. 



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(i) Western North Carolina 2>ii;ifion.— Sslisbary to 
Paint Rock, 190 miles; Dncktown Branch, 84 miles. 



Superintendeni 
Road Master . 
Chl^f Eftpinser 
Master Mech... 



Ashevllle, N. C. 
Salisbary. N. C. 
Morganton, N. C. 
Sallsbnry, N. C. 



1 V. B. HcBee... 

2 G. W. Payne. . . . 
8 James Wilson. . . 
4G. \V. Gates 

General office (R. A D. RR.), Richmond, Va. New 
York office, (Jnired Bank Building, 2 Wall St. Financial 
Agency, Central Trust Company, 15 Nassau St., Ntsw 
York, ri. Y. 

General office (R. A W. P. T.), West Point, Va. 
New York office, 2 Wall St. 

64 T Blclimond) Fredertcksbnrs and 
Potomac HR.- Richmond toi^uantico, 9U miles; 
Potomac RR., S miles. 

IJ. P. Brioton... 
2 J. B. Wlnstou»"»o 
8B. T. D. Myers.... 

4 T. L. Courtney 

5C. A. Taylor*.... 

0H. Kahn 

7LiitherP. Bllis*... 

8 W. H.Trainham.. 

9 W. G. Wbitehurst 

10 8. B.Rice 

11 W. T. Tyrer»»". 



iPresident 

8ee. db Treat. . . 

Oen. Supt 

A. S. db P. Agt. 
O.Ft.&P.Agt. 
Master Mech... 

Auditor 

Mas. Car Bldr. 
M. Car Painter 
M. Road Carp. 
Car AccounVL. 



Richmond, Va. 



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Richmond, Va. 



648 Rletoinond and Pciersbors RB. 

aeeAUantic Coast Line. 



649 Rto Grande RR.—BrownaviUe to Point 
Ysabel, 28 miles. 

1 F. San Roman.... \ ^ . i 

2 Simon Celaya f 

President 

db Treas... 



8 A. WerbiskJ. 

4 William A. Vails... 

6 H. 8. Sherwood ... 

6 0. W. Bendall 

7 Ulrlch Haggniton. . 
8H. Markwood 



ft. A Tk. Agt.. 
Chf.Ena.^etc.. 
RoadMLoster... 
M, CarRepr... 



Brownsville,Tex. 



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660 Rio Grande and Baffle 

Laredo to Santa Thomas, 27 miles. 



Pa«« Ry.— 



1 C. B. Wright, Jr. 

2W. O.Clark. 

8E. A. Atlee 



President Philadelphia, Pa. 

Treasurer, ...I ** 

Secretary (Laredo, Tex. 



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650 Rio Grande 

Continued. 



and Eagle Pass Ry.-" 



4 George Biddle. 

5 A. L. McLane. 
A W. L. Giddens 



Oen. Cbtm<«/...iPhiladelphia, PA. 

Cmmeel {Laredo, Tex. 

Superintendent \ ** *' 

General office, Laredo, Tex. 

651 Roane Iron Company's RR.>-Rock- 

wood to Tennessee Riv«r, 8 miles. 

1 H. S. Chamberlain {President ICliatta'ooga,TeDn 

2D.B.Rees Isicretory I " ** 

General office, Cbattaoooga, Tenn. 

662 Roclaeaterand Lake Ontario RR.— 

Rochester to Lake Beach, miles. 



President Rochester, N. Y. 

VictPreeident, 



See.,T. dbMgr. 

Auditor 

Supt. Mo. Pow. 
M. Car Painter 
Road Master 





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1 N. H. Galusha... 
2Geo. B. Smith.... 
3N. B. Bllison^**.. 

4 Ii«ac Wile 

5 Geo. Gardiner.... 

6H. R. Day 

7 Chris. Kreger 

663 Roclieeter and Ontario Belt BB.— 

Six miles completed between Irondequoit Bay and 
Genesee River. 

1 M. M. Britton \Pree. <t/?e«<r<rr Rochester, N. Y. 

2 John h\ Dinkey... . [Aud. db Treas..\ ** " 

3 George M. Rollins. Ifiecwtory iNew York, N. Y. 

664 Boclicater and Plttsbnrsla RB. 

See Biifalo, Bochester db Pittsburgh BB. 

655 Bock Island and Peoria By.-Rock 

I^luud to Peoria, 91 miles. 



1 Cornelius Lynde. . . 

2R. R. Cable 

aH.B.8udlow»«»»««»» 
4R. 8tockhoase* 

5 H. C. Whitridge"*. 

6 Joseph Elder 

7 H. P. Greenonsh. . . 

8 J. E. Breckunridge. 



President Rock Inland, III. 

Viee-President. 



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Ft.db Past.Agt, 

Audliar. 

Matter Mech. . . Peoria, HI. 
Si^. Ttleg.... Roca Island, III. 
Boad Master. . . jGalva, 111. 

General office. Rock Island, 111. 

656 Bockport BB*— Rockport to Simonton 
Corner, 3 miles. 



1 P.J. Carleton.. 

2 U. L. Shepherd 



Prttident iRockport, Me. 

Treasurer. . . 



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4 Alex. McGregor.... Superintendent 

5 Charles Evsus Chief Engineer, 

657 Rockirood aud Tennessee RlTer 

Ry,— Rockwood to Tennessee River, 6 miles. 

1 M. M. Duncan [Superintendent 'Rockwuod, Tenn. 

2H.K. Evans \Treasurer | '* ** 

658 Rome Railroad, CJa.— Kingston to 
Rome, 20 miles. 



1 Eben Hillyer" * • »• 

2 H. A. Patiillo 

8 James A. Smith'... 
4 0. W. Harbin 



5B. C. Spaulding^*!' 



Rome, Ga. 



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P. S. db Treas. . 
Oen.Bp'rittSec. 
O. FLAP. Agt. 
Rd.M.dbM.M. 
Car AooounVt.. 

659 Rome aud Carrollton RR.— Rome to 
Cedartowu, 22 miles. 

IJ. D. Williamson.. President Rome, Ga. 

Treasurer. . ' ** 



2 John U. Reynolds.. 

8 R. T. Fouche {Secretary 



4 J. H. Rhodes 

5 P. H. Harris 

6 J. H. Gamer 



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Auditor. 
Chief Engineer 
SuptdbGFdhPA 

660 Rome, Watertoirn and Osdensburc 
RR,->Nlagara FMls to Masvena Spring, 801 miles; 
Rome Branch, 41 miles; Utica to Ogdensburg, 184 
miles; other branches, 179 miles. 



1 Charles Parsons. . . . 

2 Clarence S. Day. . . . 
8 Charles Parsons.Jr. 
4J. A. Lawyer* ••... 

6R.B. Smiley 

OH. M. Britton 



President 

let Viee-Pres... 

Viee-Pres 

Sec. db Treas. . . 
AttL Secretary 
O.M.diPur.A. 



New York, N.Y. 
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Watertown. N.Y. 
Oswego, N. Y. 



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147 



The E. D. Albro Coinpy, 

MAHOGANY. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Car-BuMers' Material, 

FROM DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN WOODS. 

685-711 West 6th St., 

Estimates and Priee-Lists Furnished. 



POOB'B DIRBCTOBT OF EAlLWAT OFPICIALB. 



980 Rnme, iTateriawu aud Oedeaaftarc 

Ktt.— OoaUniad. 

in. D. Carier Atlg.O.T.Xar.'Vaiit. N, Y. 

eK.M.MoQre GtH. Fgl. Aft .Sev York,' 



11 J. D. Rvmlnnoo! 

lMW.e.JaMi 

IBH W. HunnioDi: 
14W. H. CbUlDMT. 
>SQ.H.Hu«l(on... 
WW. W. CnnlH". 

n a. T. Vw° '.'.'.'.'.'. 



, Afl.S 
Otn, niu. Aol. I 

Audi/or I 

A-r. Sh. M. D. W»[i 
AiH.au.iC. D.Ofilt 
Avl.Su.E.D.iCarU 
■ it.au.W.D.iOivt 



.'c^uS'. 



iWtienowB. N.Y. 



Raa-IMatl. WU. 



ilMn, D«Kllh 
, M. T ; O. D. 
eiuiun Bridge, 



a W. E. RockriiUoir. 

laj.M.BnilT 

MD.A.IIoDsh 

ttaLUtliOcId 

ag Oto. N. Kwih 

STAHlitanf Road MoMlen.—e. Dpi 
JancilDn, N. V.: Jabn abna. Wntcnuw 
Egert. Utlca, N. Y.; Thonua Sticii, Bus 
N. Y. 

Qtatnl onicn. S PJnr Bt. New York 
f*[ AjiBiicj, Centnl Ttmt W>., Now Yo 

Sei Bnbr Hill KR.-BuKka 



SeS Hanfttrd FXIa >nd BaeUaeld RH. 

— Mecbsnlea' K>)li lo Ullb«rtvlllc, IV.TT mlla. 

1 WilUim L. Pntiiua PraUtnt Par<I>uil. tic. 

> OtI* Hnjford . . I nM-l^ai-'inl |OiiitoD. Mb. 
ajtCBnulfonl'""* r,,(7.*0.7'.Xff Ponl«iicJ.«e, 

4L.L. UdcdId' aM.r.A.aRMlCtntoB. tie. 

»C.K Jar ISiDl. Aijiifru.. OakUmd. M<. 

ail-R. DaTla. \Finn.Loe7B^.\Ctou,a,Ut. 

Otatitl oBlee, PorUuid, He. 



ind Huron BR. 



. 'KSDglmw.MIci 



eaa bb ■(■•>■ w, Ta«co 

—But 8i«li»>" to BmA Aib. 

IW.LWebbtr. ...i/*>*Wn , 

SQwrn W. Mrit\ejjFta-PrtHdlnl.\ 
8 Br«.T. jQild" ' ■'.. Sf5. OJirf 7V«'. 
* M.aWilklnmniK" JJiip*ri/,(,wfcn( 
BC.M.Rlce". . .. AtulUor. I " '■ 

Oncixl once. Eut Sisinivr. Hlcli. 

664 Boalnaw Valler and 81. l.onU RB. 

Hk lulroU, lanAitj and yortlum SB. 

and Northern Bj,- 



665 61. rialravllle ■ 

B1. aalrtdllc to Buloii, " 
V C.Dimh ,Pn 



> W.A. B 

■ Julin Banm. 

4 A. ThampaoD 

Bl. HhallcroH 

a MalUievr Xsmj.. 



tTllle, O. 



\8., O. P. iHT-Ai 



S.U. Porter... 
tamod Bluk' *. 
3. W. HaircDck> ■ 



, [PntUUnl 

..\aK.* TnoM.. 
* Superiumdrni 
.. Otn, TtLAffl. 
.. Oflt-F- •- 



St. Stcpbcu, N.B. 



n. fit. Agl. 
\Htt MtcK.. 



S8S SI. Cralx and PenalMeat RR.- 

14 G. A. Hanmn.... [Fmn. COr Rip, Mlillown, M 



66T n, Helen, Hancbton Lake ■ 
Weetern BH.-Cnrtlixllle to Pine Ridge. IS m 

I A. L. SlipbcDi ;7i«-i^(il(Inii.'DeIru1t, Uich 

»B. Slephena, Jr.... Ste. if 7Y«w...| 

SZ.C.Jeoop IfVin.Aruiwgn-. 

4 0mtgn W. Uoon. 'C^i, ^leifor.,! " " 

BE. F. Janke Cni. Fgi .1aI.,St, Htlen, HI 

GleucRopklu \MiutrTUtek...\ 

Oesenil ofaoe. Dettell. Mich. 

668 Itt. Joaepk Br-— Bonne Terra to GDm 



S J. B. Wilde' • t IJo.Ik (;hTtD<.\ 

General oBlce, Bonne Terra, Mo. 

ee» St. Joha'a Ballwar.— Tucol 
AOKU.linc, IB nillee. 
IK Mct.an|rhlln,.. . JVcf. <^ Ai^l.. Jickgnufi: 



IJolin We«eoK... 



.^AwiUw Jack»4inville,F 

:ktoiiTllle, FJi. 
i-igvttiAt and IVaitiaSR.-PaitilkA JanctI 



< \i*tt Palaika, 13 [n!l«. 

KICb. NcLaIiKhl[n..m'ul''< 

,1.7 t 1 — L. .^Sujmii 



. Patatlu. Fit. 



SW J. Jarvi •.'.■. ...,Sui^in'i»iUnl\ 
a A. F. Shurw(K>d....|»<n. jr it /<. J.j 

6T0 at, Joline and Halifax RR.-Bollea-Di 
lu Itaiiona. M) mlJee. 

I ti. J. Wtille \Pm.,t O.Van.iBolletlon, Fla. 

SS. V.Wblta Hoi-iVM'Jfal. N*wY..rk. N V. 

SWm. U. ChindUr.. .fK, if TVwu.. Bullext»u, Kla. 
iE.B.Speuoer tOm.fAP.AJ 

(Icneral otBce. Bollcttnn. Flu. 

871 at. Joacpb aud Dea nolnce RR. 

"H Chicago. BnrlingUai * ^ncy RR. 

812 St. JoMpb and Grand leland RR.— 
SI. Joiepb to Grand Iiland. IBS mllea. 
Chai. F. Adam'. . 



IJinei H, Beiiedii 
3 tjldnej Dlllou. .. 



7D. McCool.., 

8F. Mlllluan.. 
ac. F. Smltb'i 



ftwrlrferii 



(Jtii. Mmngir.fiX, Joe 
0. Ft. * P. AQl\ 
AwlUor. ! 



~Vhitf'll>Mlinm\Vtv York, N, Y. 
MaOtr TydnJp.Bt. Joiepls, Mo, 
Piirtk. Agrnl.A " ]| 

Bit. Ttt. Agt.\ 

Tra-iiftT AgU. iNew York, N. X. 
Grnenil cinca. St. Joiepta. Ho. Traaaler otUce, Ntv 
|-ork, .\. Y. 
673 Ht. Joeeph and St. Loula RR.— North 
jEXlngUiii lu bi. Jofepb. Ttf mllea. 
W!n>1uwJadion...,Pi«Jif«/ . ..{St. Jon-i-b. Vo. 



il offlce. Bt. Jorepb. Mo, 



" See note of explanation on first page. 
149 



WOOD CREOSOTE OIL 



The Best Wood Preservative Known 



Office Carolina Oil and Creosote Co., 

Wilmington, N. C, Oct. lo, 1886. 

The Carolina Oil and Creosote Company, located at Wilmington, N.C., 
is the sole proprietor of the patent for manufacturing Wood Creosote Oil and 
injecting said oil into wood, which is guaranteed by the company to preserve 
the wood against the ravages of the teredo worm, and other insects in salt 
water as well as against dry and wet rot. Wood properly prepared with 
Wood Creosote Oil is recommended by the Company for Street Paving, 
Railroad Ties, Bridge Timbers, Trestles, Telegraph Poles, Fence Posts, 
Piling for Piers and Wharves. Being located in the largest pine section in 
the world, and manufacturing our own Creosote Oil, the Company can fill 
the largest orders with satisfaction as to price, quality, and dispatch in deliv- 
ery. We especially recommend this treatment for timber used in the conttmc- 
tion of Cable Railways, as it will preserve the timbers from rot far beyond the 
expectation of its friends. 



WE REFER BY PERMISSION TO 

Gen. 0- A. Gilmore, U. S. Engineer Corps, New York City. Capt. W. H. Bixby, U. S. 
Engineer Corps. Wilmington, N. C. Dr. John B. Hamilton, Surgeon-General Marine Hos- 
pital Service, Washington, D. C. Col. W. L. Trenholm, a member of the Civil Service Com- 
mission of the United States, Washington, D. C. Capt. John F. Devine, General Supt. 
Atlaintic Coast Line, Wilmington, N. C. Senator M. C. Butler, Washington, D. C. Con- 
gressman James D. Bady, Washington, D. C. Hon. G. B. Kerper, Pres. Mt. Adams & Eden 
Park Ry., Cincinnati, O., and Col. Harry M. Lane, Mechanical Engineer, Cincinnati, O. 

For further particulars, address, 

LUDWIG HANSON. 

General Superintendent^ Wilmington^ N. C. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



•74-4l§7. 



674 8C. Joaepli Talley RR,— Buchanan to 
Berrien Springs, 10 miles. 



1 W. R. Rongh 

3Fred. McOmber... 
8 Boms Helmick 

4 W. W. Graves.... 

5 Solomon Rough. . 



PreHdent ; Bnchanan, Hich. 

See. A O. P.^.iBerrienSpringsM 



Oen. Manager.. 
Chiif BiiQinetr 
Mast. Tra/tsp.. 



Bachanan, Mich, 

BerrienSprlnses M 

Bachanan, Mich. 



General oiBce, Bnchanan, Mich. 



676 St. I«onl** Alton and Terre Hant« 

RR.— East St. Loafs to Terre Haute. 189 miles, with 
branches and leased lines, 187 miles. Total, 876 miles. 



1 W. Bayard Cntting 
f George W. Parker. 

8 S. F. Leonard 

4 H. A. Croehr 

5W. 8. Wili«on 

OB. F. Blue* 

7 J Johnson 

8HenrjT.Nai»h»"»>»i 

9 W. R.KIng'» 

10 Bank of North Am 

11 P. H. Mnrphy... 
IS Henry Mason 



PreHdftnt 

V..p.r.&G.M. 

Stscretary 

A«st. ft*c 

Superintendent 
Gen.Fqt.ik P. A 
Trav F.dbP.A. 

Auditor 

Car AccounCt.. 
Beg. q/" Tra^iif 
M'UtUr Meeh... 
Road Matter .. . 



New York, N. Y. 
St. I^ais, Mo. 

New York. N. Y. 
Belleville, 111. 
St. Lonis, Mo. 



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New York, N. Y. 

B. St. Louis. III. 
Pinckneyville^lU. 



Marion Division (Late St. Loni^ Sonthern RR.).— 
Pinckneyville to Marion, 48 miles. 



1 W. S.WUson.... 

2B. F. Bine 

8H. T.Nash 

4P.H. Murphy... 
5 Henry Mason 



Superintende/tt 
Gen. F.ikP.A. 
Aud dPayrnas 
Master Mech... 
Road Master. . . 



Marlon, III. 






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General oiBce, St. Lonis, Mo. 

676 St. liOaU, ArkaniMUi and Texas 

Rail way.— Bird's Point to Gatesville, 728 miles; 
branches, 18 miles. 



18. W. Fordyce.... 
8Jas. H. Benedict.. 

8 R. C. Kerens 

4Jas. 8. Wells 

5 A. C. Stewart 

6 C. D. Drake> « • •• 

7 W. P. Homan. .... 
8H. G. Allis> 

9 8. C.Johnson 

10 A. 8. Dodge' 

11 S. W. LaBeaume 
18 John J. Rosers.. 
18 Phillips & Stewart 

14 J. B. Fisher 

15 F W. Schaurte*.. 

lew. H. Sdby 

17 J. B. Van Dyne... 

18L. F.Day 

19M. B.Mann 

90F. A. Lister 

SlJ.T.Burliogamev**' 
S^C. A.Shonrds«.... 
S8EiS. Abadle . .. 
84 B. K Paramore.... 

»C. H. MorriU 

96 J. W.Allen 

97J.li. Leith 

86L.F.Day 

29 J. B. Wadltigh.... 
80 U. F. McFarland.. 
































Pres. <ft Gtin. J/.iSt. Lonis, Mo. 
Ist Vice-Pree . . .l^ew York, N. Y. 
Scf Vlce-Pre*. . . 8t Lonl^, Mo. 
Secretary.. . New York. N. Y. 
Asst. Secretary St. Louis, Mo. 

Treasurer " ** 

Ass*t Gen. M .. iTezarksna, Tex. 

CbmptroUer 8r. Louis, Mo. 

Asst. Ckmt I 

Gen.F. dbP.A.^ 
\Asst.G. Pas. A \ 
\Akst.G.Fgt.A.^ 
\Gen. Attorneys^ 

Paymaster 

Aect.Pur. Agt.\ 
Oen'l M.M.... iTyler, Texas. 
Supt. 7'rarMfp..|Texarkaiis, Tex. 
Asst. G. Fgt. A\ 

.Mast. ofTransp Pine BInlf, Ark. 
\Mast.o/Transp.Tj\tT^ Tex. 
'\CarAccoyntU.. Texarkaua. Tex. 
\Gen.Bag.Agl.. 
I CkmimercUU A. >St. Louis, Mo. 
lEwstern Agt. .f\ 
\NQrth4mAgt..\ ** 
Gen. .4(70n/.... Memohis. T>nn. 
Southern P. ^.1 Atlanta. Ga. 
Commercial .il.,Tex<rkana. Tex. 
Cnmmercial A. Waco, Tex. 
Jr. F. dPas.A.\ line Bluff, Ark. 



678 St. lionls and Cairo RR.— Cairo to E. 
St. Louis, 111., 158 miles , High Prairie Branch, 9 miles. 



1 Charles Hamilton . 

2 J. A. Horsey . ... 

8 William Ritchie.. 
4 George 8. Pcarce** 
5J. W.Fry 

6 Charles Hamilton* 

7 J. W. Ravlin 

9 W. W. Booraem*.. 
10 Richard Boyle.... 

11 B.L Newell 

12 Fred. Ransch 

13T. J. Wilkinson... 



Pres. d G. Man 
Viee-PresidetU, 

Secretary 

Cashier 

Gen. Supt 

Chief Eng 

Asst Supt 

As.G.F.dP.A. 

Auditor. 

Road Master... 
Mas. Mechanic. 
For. of Reps... 
Supt. Bridges .. 



St Lnnis, Ho. 
New York, N. Y. 
Chicago, 111. 
St. Lonis, Mo. 



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E. St. Loafs. Dl. 
St. Lonis, Mo. 

8]>arta.Ill. 

E: St. LonU, HI. 

Sparta, HI. 



679 9t. I«onls aud CentrallllinAls RR, 

(Reonranizntiou of Jersey ville Branch of Wabash, 8k. 
Louis and Pacific RR.). 

1 Deloa R. fiKjuw.... President ISt. Lonis, Mo. 

2 Morris R. Locke.. .. , Vic^President, Jerseyvllle. 111. 



3 L. C. Harnes S^crttary. 

4 H. A. Fisher Trros A G. M. 

5 W. R. Church. Gen.F. AT. A. 

6 Jos. Dickson \Gen. SoltUMoT.. 

7 Wm. II. Hartman. . {Superintendent 



St. Lonis, Mo. 

Springfield, 111. 
St. Louis. Mo 
Springfield, III. 



680 M. I«onl«9 Crcire Occur aud lit* 
Charles Ry*— St. Lonis to Florissant, 16 miles. 

IMA. Downing; .President St. Louis, Mo. 

2 V. M. Colburn ' i\-P.dG.Man. 

8 8 H. Cobb \S€C. <§• Treas... *' 

4 B. W. Church < Master Mech . . . | Florissant, Mo. 

G«i#ral office, St. Louis, Mo. 

68 1 »t. Lonis, Des Slolnrs and Northern 

Ry.— Des Moines to Boone, la., 42 mi lex. 

1 Grenville yi.Dodge. [President iNew York, N. Y. 

8 F. M. IIuhl>elt i Vice-President. Des Moiue^ la. 

8 J. T. Granger Sec A Treas. *• 

4 J. 8. Polk ' Asst. Sec. dt, TV. New York, N. Y. 

5 C. F. Meek I Gen. Supt IDes Moines, la. 

General office, Des Moines, la. 

682 St. Louie and Emporia RR,— Butler 
to Le Roy. 76 miles. 

1 George J. Gonld. . . \President iNew York, N. Y. 

2 H. C. Cro(« I rto0-i¥Mi(f#nl. [Emporia, Kan. 

8Geo. C. Smith Secretary St. Louis Mo. 



4 A. H Calef j Treasurer .... 

5 F. B. Drake ^Superintendent 

6H. C. TownHeiid...!(7tfn.^^^.<£/'.il 

7 C G Warner i Gen. Auditor . . 

8 W. H. Newman .... Gen. Traf Mar. 

9 O. G. Murray Fgt. Tr^f.Mgr. 



New York. N. Y. 
Scdalia, Mo. 
St. Louis, Mo. 



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Galveston, Tex. 
Seott and Wichita 



General office, St. L-mls, Mo. 

677 St. lionle Cable and ITeetern Ry. 

{.Steam road).—%\. Lonis to Florissant, 16 miles. Vubte 
/XvMon—In St Lonis, 8 miles— total, 19 miles. 



IS. F. Clarpool. 
2 P. M. Colhnni. . 
8 M. A. Downing 

4 J. A. Hanifon... 

5 8. H Cobb 



President llndianapolla.lnd . 

Vice President. St. Loul*, Mo. 



Secretary .,. 
IVeasftrer.. 
Auditor 



Iudianapoli^,Ind. 



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General office, St. Loub, Mo. Branch office, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 



RR.-8t 






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683 81. LonU, Ft 
RR. 

Ses Missouri Padjic Company. 

684 St. Lonto and Hannibal 

Louis Junction to Gilmore, 82 miles. 

.1 Johp I. Blair IPresiderU iBIalrstown, N. J. 

t^.sT Palmer iSec. A TWos.. 'New York N. Y. 

8 E. C Ca»«« « • • »»..|G'«»i.Jf.<fti<.rr.iUannlbal, Mo. 

4 W. W. Drigg8««»«» \GenFdT.A. 

5 F C. Cake, Jr {Avdltor 

6 Rich<ird J. Whalen.f l/asfer Mech . 

7 Sherman Drlggs. . . .[R.M.dS.B.AB 

8 John F. Weir i Gen, Agent.. . . 

•Sas ra l office, Hannibal, Mo. 

686 St. LonlM, Iron IHonntaln and 
Southern RR. 

See Missouri Pacljlc Company. 

686 SI. Louie, Keoknkaad North-ITeet- 
ern Ry. 

See Chicago, Burlington and Quiney RR. 

687 St. Lonle, Salem and Lltile Rock 

RR.— Now leased by St. L.ouis aud Sau Francisco Ry. 



OakwoodJct. , Mo. 
Frankford, Mo. 
St. Lonis, Mo. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

151 



STONER & McCLURE, 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



LONG PINE BRIDGE TIMBER, 



PITTSBURGH, PA. 



Capacity, - - 150,000 Feet per Day. 



RUM ALL THE TEAR. CAH FILL ORDERS IK WUTER OK SHORT HOTICE. 



FREMONT & RYAN, 

ATLANTA, GA., 

GEORGIA LONG-LEAF 

YELLOW PINE CAR SILLS, 



ROOFING AND DECKING. 

THE BEST m THE WORLD. WRITE OR TELEGRAPH 

FOR PRICES. 



POOR'S DIBECTOBT OF BAILWAT OPFICIALB. 



>S8 St. 1<a«U and ian Pr>Dcl»o Rv. 

Bt. Lonl-i to Sen«». S17 rallm : BmnchPe, *88 mllet. 

1 BdwiiniP.Wlinlow Pmident INbw York. N. 1 

ac. W, Rngen IFi»ftwii(m(. St. Lnali, Mo. 

BJohnO. r)«r ltd V.-P.*Ally,' 

9T. W.LIllia ^S«.d T-reoj. .iNewYork, N. 1 

SGcorgaBaUtr ....,^uf. yvww....! 

« a. L. Morrill 'om. jronapfr.lSt Lonia, Mo. 

7D. fflnlurt iem.l1iM.Jfft. 

BOWI.W. CalB \Otn.rB(. AgeU\ 

OF D. BiumH \Attl.0.rat.A\ •• 



10AJOnTdaD>*'>'"'jCfc 
llA.Oniiglu«'i...lji 
UJamMDan a 



B.ln, lUn. 

.., mllh. Ark. 

.. Sptla^sld, Mo. 



JSD. B. Mlcholi Otn. Aiol. SpilD(lle[d. Mo. 

IJ F. P. WhHRj. JVreA. .Iffmi .. Bt. I.oui., Un. 

ISLHeidlcr. auil.7W<v. ...IBprlsKfleld. Mo. 

l«w.A.Tho«j BZ%.lk^Div.\ 

nW.D.Oaniood... 0«i.£iW.Aff(. 

ISA. Vawh A«t.£<l«.^■.l9(.LI>Dl^M>• 

ipj.H. Wratuforth.. "--■ "- - ■• ' ■ " 

■0 r. K. Ucrrlll 

tlH. O. HuUt , 

HK.K«tft»r jroXn-jrfcA.. , 

18J. RMcCalM Far. Lac. Kip.A 

M F. DoTli .ftr. Owfiro.. " " 

■SlHmel^lcc Mait. Car PrUA 

MS, LjmiD \.avi.Scad HiuA " 

OiHiui. Aim TBATEi.Mi<e ABBim, rrc. 
»W. L. VraNen...iS*B. Su'.'tgf.iNiwTork, N. Y. 
ffiOM.J.Hanpbreip.iX'aM.F'ia.iifff.' " " 

ttC. T, Applcbj..... CMit.Aiu.vlfft, Colnmbiii, O. 

3DL. Rinirb \So. FaH. ^4^. . IClncliinktt, 0. 

119. U. jBDDlDn....lA'(l. i^lM. iV(..:ChlUKn,in. 

n Cml. Diition \f1iyPau. /ol.iiM. Loul*. Mo. 

ta Q»o, LnwBT TVOP. LajKl ^..DeemlDr, 111, 

U Curl Cny ' Com. Aqtnl . . .Wlcllllk, Km. 

8EB, F. Nvvln* ' Ifn. Tn1v.A3t.ao.PuBblo.Ctl. 

■ ■ — ■■ Pac.Oo.p.Aal.'ii»Bfnneitcri,CtI 

l^KdAat Ht.Loal*.Mo. 

jV. W. F91. Aat. Chleigo. 111. 

<~...ii. i.cr.. CbB/.fo'. .lW-18'. I*""*! Mo. 

«IJ. a.Tij^r \UfaU>ekA0.\ 

40 filcMon Band JTaiterv.— John CDflef. Rolla. Mo,; 
J. McOmij, LebmoB. Mo.; H. Trion, Pierce Clly, Mo.; 
]>. Cronao. Cul JoDotlon. Mo.j J. MoODd*. Rugcra. 
Jjk.: W. William., Vlnli*. I. T.; H. Bolland, Tre- 
dODia, Kan ; a Tlirall, Anuoata, Kui.; Jamea MuDlcal, 
Wlndeid, Kan. . K ". . 

Orneral ofllco. 9L Looli, Mo. Trkn-fsr office. Mllla 
BDlldiPE, :«-« York. N. T. Reid-iniT of Stoclc, Mcuo- 
polllin Tniat Cu.. Naw York. N, Y. 

S8» H. LohIb, Vandaai* and Terrs 
Banta BR. 

Bm Vandaaa Line. 

690 St. Blarltn" and Upbam Rr.-St. 
Uutln'a 10 Huuploa, 19 milea, 
Gilbert W.TItni...,ftwM«n/ ... 
O«orge Balnea.. . . 15K. it TVau. 

A.E.KI11ra* loea. Xanagt 

Blln B. Btihcd. . . . .UfX. &M.5a 



P. C. Hoyl... 
I. H Cook.. 



Monelon. N B 
HI. MartloV N 
Hampion. N 1 



H. O. Gulpalu. [am 

JohDffaIr Fm\ 

Genenl offlca. SC Uarlloa. N. B. 
891 St. Paul BDd Dnluth RR.-St. Paul Lo 
I>aluUi, ISS mllti ; br^ncbn and liated llaea. TO mllet. 

W. H. Plah*r I/V«. rf- &.A(p.|Ht. P»ul, Mien. 

William ». RhaWDi Vlet.pntbttiU Phlladelpbla. Fa. 

-IimBa Smim. it , Otu. Sohcffor.. 8L Paol. Minn. 



ralhoan Latbant . Amt. Sienkay.'^ 

G. F. CoueIand....iJia(. ^( iB 

K. F. DMlta*. . ..{Otn.T.AF.A.^ 
P. A. Roekmll ...L4(.0.J».dJ>.A. 

C.F.Ward \Ma1. llteh....\ 

J.Q.Ckllaban .. LanaCaPilA.] 



Gso. II. amltli, J 



1 St. Paal >»d Dnlnth WtK.-Cimllnmd. 
l«n]amlDT.McIveri8u;if. B. <t ».. 31. Paul. Minn. 
). H. Staahle' ■ " Oir. AeooKuCf.f " 
7.A.F,Morria,.. CAIVaiflliST 
( D. McDonald.,, f^J Jo ' ' 
^. C, Mallorj... 



.•mn. Pnl »_,, 
..\Fniii. CarS>iap\ " " 

'. 'Pina.Afli.^Alip'Dulnlh. Minn. 

3U H, u. Ken* \Road Miultr... 8(, Paul, Minn 

11 F. McNanibIon.,.iiia(idJrsi((r,..i]>iilDili. Minn, 



693 St. Panli IQlnneapvlla and Klaal* 



















































































«Fr«d.Br»ekal[,„, 


13 C, H.Cannon""! 












































HA 


w. BrovrulDg.. 








G. Jairmj 















anK[1i.l,e&8mllea. 

PmUenl rSL Fiu 

riM-AwUmf.lNa* Yi 



Atit. Stentary. 
Ben-mOMer.. 



ComBlraUtr....' 

ZaAKlH.Corit.- " 
CkUfSnalH6tr. 1 
O™. AuaUor. 
Att.A«dl'or..'. 
MvLMacA.... 

PiveA.Aat ; 

"ai.Baa. Afft.\ " " 

.Mm Aatvl . . " 
tmdAgnl... W«bing)oD,D,C. 

SiS-ft (»■■■■■"'■»'••■ 

SvptF.F.hli-. 



l«.r.F.DI 



It. CloDd. Minn. 
It. Paul, MiDP. 
lameaillle, Mini 

,Dak. 



aM/rLMmt.IMt.lmno.. — 
Supl.ateii'i;. C.St. Paul. 1 
Tyau. Jffent... Toronio, Oui.. 
TVov. .Iffmf. .. Niw York. M. T. 
TYm. .i4Mn(...'I>eiTolt, Mlcb. 
IVop. Jg«ii(,.,|lBdlanapolla4Bd. 
Trap, jinaf.., Chleagn, 111. 
Trat.Agmt.. iMllwaukee, Wla. 
TViM, Aaml...."D*i Molnaa. la. 
- Watt. Afft.Hvw York. S. T. 
Agant. . . . Chloaita, 1U. 



41 R, D. Bloomlli 






l«bn Marar. Dolano. Mian.; Jaioei " " 
'orks. Dak.; J. J, Breunan. Crookato 
mi tnnmapolU Uninn SaUwav.—la ihe ciy or Mln- 

Janua J. mil IPnHdent iSL Paal, Minn. 

!A.»an<rel ....\nei.-F.<t0.1l.] 

; Sdward Sawjer . , , , TVaMirar I " 

. H, V, Ueagan \au.itSapl....\iU«iit 

Ocoeral ofllce, St. Paul, Mian. 

6DS 81. Paal Cmton Dapol Co.- 



1, Mln 



, I PreiideKl 



Paal. S.H) mile 
K. W, Winter. ..., 

J, T. Odell Fiw- Praidmi 

f, B, BmBMii' < I l^j^ .^^ 

H, P. Upham '.'. '~ 



.\rnKkM 



. . \Fi>r.il^.aiioiit. ' 
'.^Yartl Miultr..! 



' See note of explanation on first page. 
153 



MANN BROTHERS, 

6 & 8 Wabash Ave., Chicago, 

Long "Leaf Yellow Pine 

GAR SILLS AND BRIDGE TIMBER 

CUT TO ORDER. 



Kiln-dried Flooring, Ceiling and Finishing Lumber 



AL^VAYS ON HAND. 



All shipments made direct from the mills in Alabama 
and Mississippi. 

JOEL H. MILLENER, 

Railroad Cross Ties 



AND 









% 



Ties Delivery: Lake Erie and Ontario Ports. 



(OVER MARINE BANK,) 

BUFFALO, N. Y. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



«94[-709. 



694 Salem and Eastern HR.— Salem to Ri^ 
eraide, 9 miles. 



1 John W. HArriflon.. 

IF. Shickle 

8 E.G. LacklAod .... 
4 Thomas J. Scott... 



PrtHdefU 

Vice-PruideiU. 
Sec.dO.F<tTA 
SuparinUndH. . 



St. Lools, Mo. 



Salem. Mo. 

695 Salt Lake aod Dreetern Ry. 

See Union Pacific Company. 

696 San Antonio and Aranaas Paa« 

RR.— Main line as projected : AranNts Pa«s to New 
Mexico line ; completed from Boeme to Corpus Chrivti, 
181 miles, with branches, 7ff miles. 



lU.Lott , 

2 E. P. Sweuson . 

SB. F. Yoakom... 

4H. R. Irvine 

6 H. T. Nichols . . 



( 



Pre$.<!t <?..Van. [SanAntonlo.Tex. 
nce-PrfHderUAVevf York, N. Y. 

TrATraf.Mgr f»- Antonio, i ex. 

SupeHntendentl 

Master MecK.A 

69T SandersTllle and Tenutlle RR.-Ten. 
nille to Sandersville, 3 miles. 

IC. R. Pringle President.. .. 

% R. L. Warflien Vice-President. 

3 G. D. Warthen Treasurer 

i H. N. HoUifleld. . . . Sexretary 

6 J. B. Wicker i Oen. Fm. Agt.. 

6J. I. Irwiu G.Sp.ATktA.. 

7J. I. Irwin \ Road Master... 



SanderAville, 


Ga. 



















t« 



Me. 



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698 Sandy RlTer Ratlroad.-Farmington to 
Phillips, 18 miles. 

1 N. B. Beal» /V.5jD.<?.i?'a^.A I Phillips, Me. 

f J. B. Thompson. ..' Trs.ik O. rk.A.\ ** *' 
8D. M. Bonnef 'Secret -try Farmlngton, 

4 C. P. Srewnrd \Jid.Ms.Sp.Brg. Phillips, Me. 

5 M. Saunders M.M. A Cr. Rp. ' 

M. Towle Engineer i 

7 R. E. Harden Oen. Bag. Agt.., 

8 M. S. Kelley Mast. CarPaint. 

General ofBcc, Phillips, He. 

699 San Frandaeo and North Paelflc 

RR.— San Francisco to Cloverdalc. 8iU miles; branch- 
es, S3 miles ; Sonoma Yulley RR., 22 miles. 

1 James M. 'DoTkA\vait:,PreeidcfU !S. Francln'^o, Cal. 

2 H. C. WhiUni( .... - V.-Pres.fliiSupt.\^tiW Rafael, Cal. 
8 T. W. Johnston ISec. d AwUiar\ii. Francisco, Cal. 

4 J. H. von Schroder, i Treaeurer 

5 Peter J. McGlynn«. <?n.iV <* Tk.A. 

6 Charles Tnorne, Jr.*' Oen. Fgt. Agt . 

7 F. K. Zook : (fh'if Engineer] 

8 Edward Reynolds.. J/iM^<T Mech. . . Donahue. Cal. 

9 Patrick Hyde Road Master. . .ISanta Rosa. Cal. 

Other oiBcers same as San Francisco and North Pa- 
cific RR. 

General office, 430 Montgomery St., San Francisco, 
Cal. 

700 San Joaqnln and Sierra Nevada 

RR.— Bracks to Valley Spring, Cal., 40 miles. 

1 Frederick B1rdsalI..'PyM.<^(?(m^i7r|f^acrameoto. Cal. 

B Jacob Brack Viee- President . \ Woodbrldge, Cal. 

8 Edward F. Stone. . . IStcretary S. Francisco, CaL 

4The Psciflc Bonk. iT/vas'/rsr. .. . "* ** 

5 8. Washburn , Gen. Sujtt Woodbrldge, Cal. 

John Scott ' <?. Pas.A Ft.A.\ 

7 R. F. Schlittler . . . . i For,Rep. Shops\ 

General office, 806 Pine St., San Francisco, Cal. 

701 San Pete Talley RR.— Nepht to Wales, 
U. T., 30 miles : Big Canon Extension, 3 miles. 



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1 Henry W. Tyler. ...{President 

8 Thomas Marshall. . ' Vice-President. 

8F. K. Merris \Seeretary 

4S. Bamberger Gen. Manager. 

5 H. S. Kerr Sp.dt Chf.JEng. 

6 B.Bates .Master itch .. . 

7 O. F. Sorenion ... \Road Master . 

8 J. E. Bamberger ... Pureh. Agent.. 

General office, Wales, U. T. 



Tendon. Eni(. 
Salt Lake, U. T. 



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Salt Lake, U. T. 



702 Saratoga and Almaden RR.— Mar- 

phy*s Station to Almaden, SO miles. 



ID. M. Pyle. 
2 J. C. Winans 



President 

See. <jb TYeas.. 



San JosS, Cal. 

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8 Henry E. Brainard. Chief Engineer 

703 Saratoga* IHonnt nicOresor and 
I«ake George RR.— Saratoga Springs to Mount 



McGregor, 11 miles. 



\Prssideni 



1 John Kellogg 

% W. J. ArkeTn | Vice-President. 



Amsterdam, N.Y. 
Canajoharie, NY. 



Albsny, N. Y. 
tt it 

SaratogaSps.NY. 



•—Schoharie to 



Schohariu, N. Y. 



3 A. G. Richmond ...'2<«r-/V«s. eft TV. 

4 D. n. Fonda Oen, Manager. 

5 R. Prescott Chi^Bnoineer. 

6 Thomas Todd Master. Maeh. 

7 Jacob Devoe Road Master. . 

General office, Canajoharie, N. Y. 

704 Savannatli, Florida and ITeatern Ry. 

See Plant Investment Company. ' 

706 S«vannali, Orliren and North Ala- 
bama RR. 

See Central RR. of Georgia. 

706 Schobarle Talley 

Schoharie Junction, 4 milee. 

1 David B. Vroman . . President 

2 Lncian Vroman Vice-Preside7U. 

8 William J. Vroman. Secretary — 

4 Chas. Vroman Treasurer 

5 Corn. P. Vroman . . i Oen. Mfjmager. 

6 M. J. Vroman Oen. T. Agt ... 

707 Scioto Valley Ry.— Colombus to Peters- 
burg, 131 miles. 

Receiver iCoIumhos. O. 

President iNew York. N.Y. 

Vice-President. Columbun. O. 

Secretary New York, N. Y. 

G.Fgt.ik Tk.A. Columbun, O. 
Transfer Agt.. New York, N. Y. 

Auditor ,Columbnt«, O. 

Engineer 

Master M&ih... 
Road Master . . 
Bridge Master. 
Supt. Tel^g.... 
Supt. Trains . . i 
Car Account" nt 



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Portsmouth. O. 

Chillicothe, O. 
it it 

Columbn;!, O. 
it t» 



1 J. Robinson' * • »». 

2 Frank H. Davis... 

3 W. W. Franklin . . 

4 W. P. Hillhonse . . 

5 J. J. Archer 

6 George Watkins . 

7 C.M.Zink* '•.... 

8 Julian Griggs 

9 R. Bromley 

10 T. G. Bothwell.... 

11 E. D. Hines 

12 A. J Johnson 

13 J. W. Campbell... 

14 W. K. Field* ». ... 

General office, Col umbos, O. 

708 Seaboard Air Ijlne. 

(o) Seaboard and Roanoke if/?.- Portsmouth to Wei 
don, 80 miles. 

1 John M. Robinson JFV««.<ft &./9i/p<. Baltimore, Md. 
^ ^beriaine ^"'•^»: } Trtas. eft Sec. . iPortamoutb, Va. 

ZL.T.Viyen^...... Supt.Transp..' '* ** 

4S. T. Hand , Road Master . . 

5 J. S. Browne I Mast. Trans. . . 

6 J. W. Brown* Ft. (ft Tk.Aud. 

7 Sol. Uass TrcMc Manag. Richmond, Va. 

8 J. A. Walton^ » . ..! Jiidf. <ft Pth, .i. Portsmouth, Va. 
9C.W. Walker [Master Mach..\ 

lOD.W.B^lXenilne.. Mast. Car B'r J ** 

General office, Portsmouth, Va. 
(6) Carolina Cim/ra/ i?J?.— Wilmington to Rutherford 
ton, 267 miles. 

1 Jnhn M. Jiob\n^on' President 

2 John H. Sliari)»"»o gg^^ ^ Treas. . . 

3 John C. Winder . . i OMgrAPrchA. 

4 L. C. Jone^^ * ^^..^Superint^nd^t.. 

5 Sol. Haas Ti-qfic Manag. 

6 F. W. Clark* G.F^it.APas.A. 

Avditor 

Mast.qf Transp 
Mast.Mech 



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7 A. J. Howell 

8 W. H. Allen 

James Ma^rlenn. . . 

10 T. W. Whiunant. . \Road Master. . 

11 W. B. Summersett Road Master... 

12 T. L. Shaw For. Loco. Rep, 

13 S. R. Etheridge. .. Mast.Car Br... 

14 G. W. Goodwin. .. Mst.Car Paint. 

General office, Wilmington, N. C. 



Baltimore, Md. 
Wilmington, N.C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Wllmlngton,N.C. 
Richmond. Va. 
Wilmlngton.N.C 



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Lanrlnbnrg, N. C. 
Charlotte. N. C. 
Shoe Heel, N. C. 
Laurioburg, N. C. 



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See note of explanation on first page. 

155 



A. BUSHNELL, 

WHOUB8ALX DSALEB IN 

White Oak Piling, 

RAILROAD 

AND 

FARM OAK POSTS, 

CYPRESS POLES 

and PILING. 



80UTH.EA8T CORNER OF NINTH AND 
BROADWAY, ROOM 10, 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 



Will oontraet for any amount, and 
fill promptly. 



D. C. Tillotton. 



F. W. Loveless. 



HUNTER, TILLOTSON & GO. 



WHOLESALE 



'^umhev pealct^s. 



Gar Siding 



and Roefing 

A Specialty. 



MUSKEGON, MIOH. 



We have special facilities for making 
the above, and request the correspondence 
of car builders and railroad officials. 



MAHOGAM. 



Sold in the log or Cut 
to order. 



A large stock constantly on hand. 
Car-load lots furnished at loiv 
rates. Also dealers in all kinds 
of Hard and Soft Woods. 



DANNAT & PELL, 

Foot of Broome Street, Eaet 
River, New York City. 



John R.Graham, Jr., 



IMPOBTBB AND DKALBB IN 



ROSEWOOD & MAHOGANY, 



AND ALL OTHER 



FOREiaN AND DOMESTIC 



SUITABLE FOR CAR WORK. 



Cor. 11th Av. & 30th St., 

NEW YORK. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



709-795. 



708 8ca1»oard Air Un^—ConHnvid. 

{c) BalHgh amd Auguala Air Line i?i?.— Raleigh to 
Hamlet, 96 diUm ; Oibton Braiieb, 10 miles. 



3tq>erintefurt 
Time Manag. 
OFgtATkAgt. 

AuaUor 

Jfoad Matter.. 
Mcuter Mech . . 
Otn, Bag. Agt. 
For. CarBldrs. 



1 John M. "Bobin^oni President 

8 W. W. Vaes* ♦ • »•• Tretu. S See... 
8 John C. Winder»« Otn. Manager . 
4 William 8miih»».. " " 

5Sol Haas 

6F. W.Clark 

7 J. B.Martin 

8 H. P. Oaeas 

9 B. R. Harding .... 

lOJ.H.Hlll 

11 R.T. Bishop 

General oiBce, Raleigh, N. C. 

id) BalHgh and Oa»Um J?J?.— Raleigh to Weldon, 96 
miles. 



Baltimore. Md. 
Raleigh, N. C. 

4t 4* 

Riebmond, Va. 
Wilmington.N.C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Cary, N. C. 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Richmond, Va. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



1 John M. Robinson. I iy«#;tf«i/. 
8 John C. Winder.. 
8WillUm»mith.... 

4W. W. Va»8 

6J.B. Martin , 

6B. R. Harding. .. 
7 J. R. Thrower.... 



Baltimore, Md. 
Raleigh, N. C. 



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»* 



HenderwD, N.C. 



Oen. Manager.. 
Superintend* t. . 
Treat. <jfc Sec.., 

Auditor 

Matter Meeh... 
Boad Matter. . 

Other oiBcers same as Raleigh and Angnsta Air L ne. 

General office, Halifax St., Raleigh, N. C. 

709 8«a View BR. 

rated Railway.) 

1 F. A. Schroeder.... Preeident 

2 Isidore M. Bon Treaturer 

8 J. L. Morrow* .... See.di Oen.Supt 

Matt. Meeh. 
Boad Maiier. 



4 William Finley.... 
6 John Srbeldii)g 



(Late Coney Island Ble- 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Flatbush, N. Y. 



General office, Flatbnsh, N. Y. 

710 Sebasfleook and Mooeelicad RR.— 

Projected from Pittsfield to Moosehead Lake, and com- 
pleted from Pittafleld to Hartland, 8 mll«f. 



1 Thomas T^mpX^.... Preeident 



t J. O. Bradbnry 
8 James Mitchell 



Pittffleld, Me. 



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Trtaeurer 

Superintand^t. 

711 Sedalla, UTareaiv and Southern Ry, 

See Miteouri Pwc\flc Obmpan^, 

7 IS 91a«ffileld and Rlrmlnffham 

Sheffield to Russellville, Ala., S8.S miles. 



Preeident iNew York, N. Y. 

Sec. A 7V#gji I *^ 

Supt. (jft Jrj7r'.!'.|sheffield, Ala. 

7 1 8 Slielbjf Iron Oompany'e RR«— Shelby 
Iron Works lo Colnmbiana, tt uillcs. 



1. A. B. Stone. 
8. A. O.Beebe. 
8. P. Campbell. 



Preeident 

Secretary 

Gen. Manager.. 
Matt. Meeh..,. 
Oen.Supt 



Shelby LW., Ala. 

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44 

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4* 



1 Newton Caae 

SO. D. lase 

8 H. U. Stonghton* . . 
4 John S. Chester . . . 
5J. D. Boatock 

714 Shell RMch RR. 

See Ntw Orleant and Ovif. 

715 Shenandoah Valley RR.— Hagerstoaa 
to Roanoke, 888 miles ; branches, 17milea. 



1 Sidney F.Tyler.., 

SU. L.Boyce 

8 0.RW.Arraes>«*i« 
4 Alfred B. Craven.. 
8D.W.Fllckwir'»»i 
6 O.Howard Royer** 
7T.H.BranBrords.. 
8S. U. Hardwick... 
9C.P. Galther .. . 

10 W. C. I>e Armond. 

11 T. Fitamrald .... 

15 Charies Morgan. . . 
18 Thomaa Sai^. . . . 

14LA. Bricker 

15B. J. SItton 

16 C.H. Brown 



^ree.dbBecwoer 
Vice- Preeident. 
Treaturer 



Philadelphia, Pa. 

Boyce P. O., Va. 

PhlladelphU, Pa. 



oeeretaru ..... 
Superiniend!*t. . 
G. P. dt, F. Ag. 
Auditor . . . 
Gen.^.Pat.A. 
If.Eng.Pate.A. 
Pitrch. Agent.. 
Superoieor*.,,. 
Supervieor. .... 
Supervieor. .... 
Bridge Jhtptr.. 
Maet, Mech.... 
Foreman ...... 



44 



Roanoke, Va. 



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New York. N. Y. 
Boston, Masa. 
PhUadelphla,Pa. 
Sh'ph'dsi*n.W.V. 
Loray, Va. 
Bachanan, Va. 
MUnes, Va. 



44 



Hageratown, Md. 



Roanoke. Va. 
Milnes, Va. 



716 Shenandoah Talley RR.— CbnOiiwcf. 

17 W. C. Rolston . . . Foreman 

18 J. S. Templon....|^. Bound Hee. 

19 D. B. Middagh .... \For. Car Shope. 

General office, Roanoke, Va. Transfer office, 838 
Wain at St., Philadelphia, Pa 

716 Shenango and Alleaheuy RR.— Grecn- 

yille to Hilliard, 47 miles : branches, etc., 80 milei*. 

1 TbomRS P. Fowler.i^Mdf^ iNew York, N. Y. 

8 J. T. Blair* ^Prtt. <fi G. if. Greenville. Pa. 

H Thomas H. WeUB.Wiee-Pretident. Youngstown. O. 

4 1*. £. McCray* « •.] Auditor <fi See. Greenville, Pa. 

5 I.D.8Un»on» « • • »• (?. P. ^. «ft r. . I 
B. Richardson .. . \Matt. Mech ... 

7 P. P. Jamea. . . . ChitfEngineer. 

8 O. W. Considine. . \Boad Maeter . . 
V M. L. Osterhontt^ if. T., Car A.. 

10 B. Fisher [Bridge Fore... 

1 1 J. Bachanan \F. Carp. Shop. 

18 Aag. Seiger \F. Paint Shop. 

General office, Greenville, Pa. 

717 ShepaaS) Lltchfleld and Northern 

RR.-Litchfleld to Uawleyvllle, 88 miles. 



Shenango, Pa. 
Mercrr, Pa. 
Fredonia, Pa. 
Greenville, Pa. 



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44 



1 Henry W. Buel .... 

2C. H.Coit»*t 

8 WilHHmDeming... 
4Alex.McNeim»«i« 
5Holllt>ter 

6 1). C. Garrison 

7 Edward Clark 



Preeident 

v.- P. A Treat. 
Secretary ..•••. 
Superintend* t. . 
Maet. Mech... 
Boad Maeter... 
Maet. Car. Br.. 



Utchfleld, 


Ct. 

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Koxbary Sta., 
Litehfield, Ct. 


Ct. 



General office, Litchfield, Ct. 

718 Ship lalaud) Ripley and Kentucky 

RR.— Middleton to Ripley, 85 miles. 

1 W. C. Falkner .... 
8 C. L. Harris' » * ». 
3 R. J. Th armond.. 



rteeident I Ripley, Miss. 

Sup., SeCitTt .\ " ** 

Oen. Manager .\ ** *' 

General office, Ripley, Mlas. 

719 Short Ronle Rallnray Tranefrr. 

See Chetapeake and Ohio By. 

730 ShreTeport and Hoaeton RR. 

See Houtton^ Fatt and Wett Texat By. 

72 1 Silver liahe RR.— Perry to Silver Springs, 

7 miles. 
1 Arthur G. Yatea ...'^Preeident 

8 H.H. Warner V-Pfee.diTreat 

3F. W. Yatea \Aeit. Treat ... 

4Cha«. H. Blakeslee.i^tfcrvtery 

5J. L.Moore {Superintend* t.. 



Rochester, N. Y. 

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7S2 Silver 

— Ocala west, 88 miles. 



Baffalo, N. Y. 
Oeala and Gulf RR. 



Preeident iNew York, N. Y. 

Vioe-Pretidtnt.> 



44 



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Ocala, Fla. 



1 Thomas C. Hoge., 

8J. B Upham 

8H. W. Beebe 

4 A. P. Man, Jr. . . . 

&N. R. Gmelle 

8G. N. Saussy... . 
7 Edgar C. Biid.... 

723 SlnMemahonlns Valley Ry.—Keating 
to Costello, 18 miles. 



Secretary 

Gen. Manager. 
Sup. A C. E... 
G. F. <fi P. Agt. 
Atet. Treat ... 



4« 
44 
44 



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1 Frank H. Goodyear'iVMidsn/. . 



8 C. W. Goodyear . . . 

8E. O. Cheney 

4C. D.R. Stowlta... 

5G. B. Booth 

8G. Lenbanm 

7 Geo. Houston 



Bnflalo, N. Y. 



44 

44 



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Keat*g8nmmlt,Pa 

44 4. 



44 



44 



Yiet-Pretident. 
Treat. <t Aud . 

V. p. vb F. A*. 

Superintend't .. 
Boad Matter .. 
Chitf Engineer 

General office. Forest Honae, Potter Co., Pa. 

724 Slonx City and Paelfle RR. 

See Chicago and North- Wettem By. Syetem. 

726 Skaneatelee Railroad*— Jonction (N. Y. 

C. A H. R.) to Skaneateles, 5 milea. 

1 John B. Waller . . .\Pretident ISkaaeateler.N Y. 

8 H. C. Sherman .... | Fk^i^rwl<ira<. iMottTille, N. Y. 



See note of explanation on first page, 

167 



DODGE, HEI6S & GO. 

72 Wall Street, 

NEW YORK, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

GEORGIA PINE 
TIMBER, 



— AT — 



ST. SIHOHS MILLS. 

GEORGIA. 



Vessels drawing twenty feet 
can load at Mill Wliarves* 



CARGOES CUT TO ORDER. 



A. B. WETMORE, 

Standard Building, 

1 285 Broailway, NewTotk. 

LUMBER 

Ooniiii!iioi[ lercbail 

Railroad and Ship Timber 
Sawed to Bills. 

WALNUT, CHERRY, ASH, OAK 
and POPLAR LOGS. 

Bill Lumber and Logs, 

Lighterage Free. 

REFERENCES: 

St. Nick^as Bank^ New York City. 
F. S. Giddings^ Green Springs, O. 
Giddings b* CummingSy Cummincn, O. 
Hon. jud/y Cttmrnings^ Toledo, O. 



¥aDderbilt& Hopkins 

LUMBER 



— AND- 



TIMBER. 

White and Yellow Pine. Oak, 
Cypress, Ash & Poplar. 

Dimension Lumber Sawed to Order. 

RAILROAD TIES. 

Creosoted Lumber, 
Timber Ties, etc. 

120 LIBERTY. ST.. 

NEW YORK. 



Josejli BaloTDe & Go , 



WHOLESALE 



White Pine 
LUMBER. 

nUnois Central R.R. Pier No. 2. 

eHICAaO, ILL 



A Unte Stock of DRY UPPERS and SE- 
LECTS. FLOORING, SIDING CEILING, 
etc. We pay particular attention to putting up 
Tank, Tub, and Pattern Stock in ■ inch, aji 
inch, 3 inch, and 4 inch thick. Wide Uppers. 

Have fine stock of Car Roo6ng and Car Siding 
Strips, which we can furnish in Rough, or 
worked to order. 

WRITE FOB PBICE&U 



POOB'S DIBBCTOBT OF RAILWAY OFFICIAIA 



4 Ocorga Barrow... 
BllanmFaDiMll... .\r. Rtpr: 1 



« F. M. * 



e» R Wfd....\PiwUml . . 



lo Tcrmlniu. 10 

.. Blaghampt'a.NT 

iVm.s'im.'.'.'..''.'.\»^la'ry.'.'.'.'.'.\ 

4K. C. Rodmu lOtn. Sapt I " " 

SA. P. Botlar \Chi/f £iiginar. Slain, 'S. Y. 

Genenl offlce, Uotitrwe, Pk. 

73T Sodaa Bmy «nd SoaltaarB RB, 

Sti Aniuy/vOBia Compant. 

T28 SoiMBrHt HallwBj.- 

1 John AT<r 

tA. R.BD»llt .. 
S Edwud Kom . 
*W, M.A70r»'" 
SC. Crawell ... 
■ S.P.M<>*lier... 



I 731 SAUtherH Pmcllle Compapr — Pacific 

or CalirornlK, K3 mllet, Sonthem PicMr RR. of Ari- 
loni. 3M mLI« ; »nnihsrn Puclllc Kit. of New Hcilco, 
ITl in[l« : Loi Angeln «Bd 8Jd Uiego Hit , M mllM ; 
Lw AuRclea «tid liideiwiidcnce RK., if mllea. 



OA. D. W. UcCul-l 

louah' f 

TC. J. Wilder"". 
8N.H,Fo«ier. .... 



OakliD 



> Noilh 



<.*iC .^wMfor.NoRldgeo'ack He 1 

-.5 AB.X. lOaklaud. MB. 1 

JfoWn- JfofA . . No. AD-cin. .He. 1 

" - Car Jf(S(. Oaklaud, Me. 1 

Qeoenl oOce. Oak land, Me. \ 
TSS Soniera«t Coanty RB.— Dnkatomi Jane. 
Uoa IS Hcliwelbliuvllle. 10 milta. 

111.8cll«elbln» \PrHiaenl PltUbarEb. Pa. i 

0,BJ.liii.., Jr. Ila-'>»ldii>f.,!<>ir Vurl., N. V. , 

'-'—'"'-- " "" ClKibBrgd. Pa. | 



i Woi. SpronJe... 
' O. C. Wbeeler . . 
\ O. L. Crablrva . 
I J. M. OuifDid. . 
< F,L.VaDDeDb11ri 
\V. n. MiUa. ... 



( A'H. tl.A 
I AM. Ft. A 

..ii. o. a. 'U 

"IIS'; 

. S.P.1,R.\ 



\. U Wlldrr, 



tJi__ 

IP. H. i)cbinlblni..|Mc. lE TrtL 
t Rlctaard NnlBe, lt.\un.Bup.±C.E. 

Qeaenl offlcs, Pltubur|b, Fa. 

T30 Sonoma VKllay KB. 

Btt San /Vandm orH North Patiltc RR. 



la.c.wood 

%i.lL.eMay 

aj.L. WcUlnituB. 



Id tbe Camberland Muuntaln 
.\PraidaU Briilel, Too 



.Bie. Cal.: A. U. Fell. Ozdrn. L:iab : E. E. Hev- 

lit. ux \aiiltr. Cat. : J. A. liulr, Lu» aiircI», C'kl. ; 

W. W. Pniub. Siockton. Cal. ; J. II. WliTled, Wadi. 

nmth. Hev,; J. S. Noble. Tuwan, Aila. 

ij A. Fuller \A: Supl. «i*..| Sacramento, Cal. 

' Hi r/iiiMion Read XaHm.—II. B. KcUoee. Oaklind 

Pier, tal.; T. rttrrtnlH, ;;«rlin.N.v.; W . c. Ambtort, 

Tiilare. Cal.; W. t! Laliible. Lu* AidjuUi-. ill. 
i !ir Road JfatUrt—O. D. HcWulr. W»l Oakland, 

'•-• - J. J, Tnnj, Latliroii, (Jul. ; A. L. Bibe, Blue 



™-P»'-U 



Truekee 



.rioilo] 



■1.: Jail 






7S3 BoBlhern Central BH. 

Su LtAlgS VaUiv RR. 
TI3 IhtDlhem Kanaaa Br. 
&> Architon. Toptka and »anla Ff SR. 
lit SvBtkerN PaciacCompaBr. 



a Cbarlea Croexer . 
<C. F. Crocker.... 
b Stephen T. Qaie. 
BB. a. miter, Jr.. 
7T. Hopkln.""' 



Pmidmt.... 
id V.Pm. . 



S. Frai 



_ LoDlavllla, Kt. 

i.A9mt..»VH York, H. 
Omoiu^ or tbi Line. 

ISA. N. Towne \a.M.riie.Si/i.. 8. Franclaco.C 

13 A. C. HutcbluoB. 0. M. AU. dv«.|Natt Orlelna. 1 

14J. C'.SInbba |U. 7V«/. jr^..|S. Frauclico, G 

<*! Pitiric Sratn, compilaing Uie rollowlng llnei 
-" PaclOc Ktt,,_|,— 

iejBr _ _ _ 

■Ulea; Btockton aed ropperopulla RR., IS c 
Amador Brancb KR., XI nilTea ; fiauibera PaclB 



buliin, Yiim.'. .iiiiuniTv. ^'B. J. Moi.lhlli, Maricopa; 
Ailior.a Tjr ; S, R. BeFuHand, Ben«,n. ArUuo* Tj, ; 
B. H. Uottoii, Demlog, htw Mi-Kleu. 

Mdtivi Fcwia and MjicHixkiit Dir«nTiiiiiT. 

EH A. J fiieveiiB Gn.lla4 Jlrch. Isiunmtnla. Cal. 

tVBenJaluinWelcb.. J(a.r.(l(r£'r, ' 
'"" -^ ■- -- ■' 7Vnp. Knt/. . 



K. McKcQ 



rMrci... 



■.■■1. 



m Oeonr U. Wtlch .'Fta. Uerh-Shp. 
m W. KLudlaw ... IJfiw. Cmr.Jtip. 

UW Hiieheo 'Fm. Kond tl. 

3SJ.W. Clark Fm. R»ymi It. 

» E. M. Luckeu . ..[O.Fm. MaehM. 
STCbaitea Buaptr...l^>H.ifc|/arJUp. 



41 U. J. Tiinur . . \a.F. Var S/Urn 

U W. C. Fllcb 'Fm.PaMUAp. 

ISLT.Cram Fn. Lj*. Blip. 

441.0. HbaiT Fn.hilm Mp. 

46 Victor Lemij t^. Cab. Wim 

W FtaU. Donilaai .... An. CarSiM. 
4T Oeorn Drlgn Fnt. Yard 

4«M. W.CooCy;.... - 



4eH. Gale .. 
W Ueo. 11. Hdi 

NF. 8becdJ.. 






aod. 01. 



RocLlin, Cal. 

.Cal. 

irtb. Ser. 



^^ S»e nott of txplanatum on fitMtpagt. 
159 



DETROIT BRIDGE AND IRON WORKS, 

Engineers & Bridge Builders, 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN. 



WILLABD S. POPE, W. C. COLBVBN, W. L. BAKEB. 

Pres't and Bog*r. 8«c*7 and Trea>i. • Sap't and Eog>. 



Sl^eel, Iron ^ Gombination Bridges, 

VIADUCTS, ROOFS, TURNTABLES, FORGINGS. 



AND GENERAL STRUCTURAL WORK. 



JOHN A. NICHOLS, Preiddent J. H. SAWYER. Seeretftrj. 

H. W. BORNTKAEGBR, Treasurer. F. L. OARLINGHOU8E, Engineer. 



PITTSBURGfllBRIDGE CO. 

Iron Bridges, Yiaducts 

and Buildings. 

General Wrought Iron Work. 



OFFICE tJjID WORKS: 



^THIRTY-SIXTH ST., PITTSBURGH, PA. 



K ft 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



734. 



T34 Sontliern Paclllc Company — Motitb 

POWBR AKD MaCBINXBT DXPAHTXEST — C^/*- 

tinued. 



64 R. E. French .... 

56 A. Sherbarne 

50 Charles GUI 

57 Seymoar Johnson. 

68 F.Thayer 

69W.W. Perkins... 

00 George Gregg 

01 A. Campbell 

08 C. L. Donnatin . . . 
08 Jno. Bonner 

04 C. Wiclutrom 

05 £. K. Rntherford.. 

00 M.J.Crosby....-! 



Fm. Maeh.Shp, 

Mew, Car Reptf. 

Matt. Mtch 

Fm. Round H. 
Fm. Round H. 
Master Mtch . . . 
Fm. Mach.Shp. 
Mail. Car Reps. 
Master Meeh... 

Fm. Shops 

Fm. Car Shops 
AssH. M. M.,l 
S. et C RR, ) 



Car] in, Ner. 
Ogden. U. T. 
Red Bluff, Cal. 
Tulare, Cal. 
Sumner, Cal. 
Mojare, Cal. 
Los Angeles, Cal. 



it 



Tncson, Arts. 

Vallcjo, Cal. 

S. Francisco, Cal. 

Stockton, Cal. 



T34 Southern Pacific Compmnj— Continued. 



(b) Nortbebk Diytsion, comprising the following 
railroads: SoatUern Pacifle RK. of Cal., north of 
Goshen, 240 miles ; Monterey RR, 15 miles ; Pajaro A 
banta Cms RR, 20 miles ; San Jos6 & Almaden RR., 
8 miles. 



1 A. C. Bastett \Superintendent 



2 C.J. Rfiblnson. 
3H. R Jadah... 
4£. J. Martin... 
&J. T. Murphy. 

6 Jndson Rice . . 

7 John T. Wilson 
8F. N. Belllsle.. 
9 T. J. Urquhart. 



Auditor 
Ass't. O.P. A. 
Ass' t. Gen. F. A. 
Road Matter. . . 
Fm.R'd Carpt. 
Matter Mac/i.. 
Matt. Car md. 
TYain Matter. . 



8. Francisco, Cal. 



t( 



•t 



San Jos£, Cal. 
S. Francisco, Cal. 
Sacramento, Cal. 



(a) Southern Padjlc RR* qf Cal. 



1 Charles Crocker . . . 

2 Charles F. Crocker. 
8 C. P. Uuniington . . 

4 J. L. Willcuit 

5N. T.Smith 



Pretident New York, N. Y. 

Vice-Prts S. Franclpco, CaL 



Agent dbAtty. 

SecTftary 

lYtaturtr 



New York, N. Y. 
S. Francisco, Cal. 



• .k 



(6) Central Paeijlc RR. 



Pretident 



Ut Vice-Pret... 
'Zd Vice-Pret. . . 
3d VicS'Pret... 

Secretary 

Trtaturer 



8. Francisco, Cal. 



New York, N. Y. 
.» %k 

8. Francisco, Cal. 



1 Leland Stanford. . . 
2C. P. Huntingt«n.. 
8 Charles Crocker . . . 

4 u. F. »-rocker 

5B.H. Miller. Jr.... 
Timothy Hopkins.. 

For corporate officbra of other leased lines, see 
Poor's ** Manual of Railroads." 

(c) Atlantic System, comprising the following lines 
of road : Galveston, Uurrlsburg and San Antonio Ry., 
930 miles ; Texas and New Orleans RR., 1^06 miles ; 
JLoai#iana Western RR, 112 miles ; Morgan's Louisiana 
and Texas RR., 283 miles ; New York, lexas and Mexi- 
can Ry., 92 miles ; Gulf, Western Texas and Paeiflc 
Ky., bo miles. 

1 J. G. Schriever. . .. ; TroMc Man . . 

2 J. Kruttschnitt . . 'Ast^i. Manag. 

3 J. B. Richardson* «! 

» »• \ Local Treat.. 

4E. M. UnderhilP' 

T 8 il 



: New Orleans, La 



5 P. L. Queyrouxe -j 

M.D.Monserrate-j 

7 W. H. Albertson. . 

8W.F. Owen....-j sR-^^rt\ 

9 W. C. Watson O.P. A Tkt.Ag 

Oen.Ft.Agt. 
&. Land Com 
Matt. Mech. . . 
(Jen. Bag. Agt. 
O.B.A. Linet I 
Ko/LYayette f 



»t 



(4 



IOC. C. Gibbs. 

11 J.J.Ryan.. 
18 D. A. Sullivan 

18F. Borge 



■■■{ 



Qen. Auditor.. 

G.S. Linet W. I iT«,.at«« rr^^ 
qf LafuyttU \ 'Houston, Tex. 

G. S. tjt.W.T.n ^ 

it p. and y. V I Victoria, Tex. 
Y.T.dtMRyt.) I 

Pay matter i Algiers, La. 

S. M. L.ab j.i\ il »i 
nf . f 

New Orleans, La 

'^ousion, Tex. 

SanAntonio.Tex. 
Houston, Tex. 



:} 



New Orleans, La. 



14 TraveUing Passenger Agentt. — W. C. Gregory, 
Cincinnati. O.; G. W. Ely, Montgomery, Ala.; P. Gray 
Nichols, Galveston, Tex. ; C. £. Miner. £i Paso, Tex. ; 
W. Chonpian. Havana, Cuba ; £. U. Stevenson, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 



(a) OcUvtttonj Harritburg A San 

1 C. P. Huntington . > Pretident 

2 C. C. Gibbs ' V.-P. <t L. Com 

3 A. C. Hutchinson ; Gen. Manager. 

4 J. G. Schriever ^Traffic Man.. . 

5 J. Kruttscbnitt. . . .\AttH Manager. 
6C. Babbidge xJ'r.^A.AA.Sec. 

7 J. K. Fisher Au.^S.&At.Tr. 

8 J. B. Richardson.. Local Treat 
9W. C. Watson... 

lOGeorge W.Polk... 
11 R. S. Spofford.... 

12E. P. Hill 

IHJ. S. Dunlay 

14 J. C. Buchanan . . . 

16 W. G. Van Vleck . 
10 J. J. Ryan 

17 1. RCade 

18 J. J. B. Llndbnrg. 



Antonio Ry. 

New York, N. Y. 
Houston, Tex. 
New Orleans, La. 






tt 



Gen. Pats. Agt. 
As. Land Com. 

Countel 

Attorney 

Matt, oj Tran. 
Sup. La. 1A9.. 
S. San Ant.Dv. 
Gen.Mat. Mtch. 
Fm. Car Shopt 
S.ElPatoJjtv 



Boston. Masa. 
New Orleans, La. 



(I *t 

Boston, Mass. 
HouBtoo, I'ex. 






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San Antonio,Tex. 



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Harrisburg. Tex. 
£1 Paso, Tex. 



(6) GiUf, Western Texat & Pacific Ry. 



1 M. D. Monserrate. 
2F. S. Stockdale... 
8 A. C. Hutchinson. 

4 J. G. Schriever... 

5 J. Kruttschnitt.... 

6 J. B. Richardson.. 
7D. C. Proctor... . 
8 M. D. Monrerrate. 
U James Beaumont . 

10 W^. C. Watson .... 

11 James Mooney... 
12J.£. Fisher 



iPret. its 

V.-P. it Atfy . 
Gen. Manager. 
TrofficMan .. 
Ast~t Manager. 

Treasurer 

6ecreiaty 

Gen. Supt 

Road Master... 
G<n. Pass. Agt. 
Master Mech... 
Auaitor 



Cuero, Tex. 
»t •• 

New Orleans, La. 

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tt tt 

Cuero, Tex. 

t( •> 

New Orleans, La. 
Cuero, Tex. 
New Orleans, La. 



(c) Morgan's Louisiana and Texat RR. 



1 A. C. Hatchini^on.. 

2 J. O. Schriever .. 

3 J. B. Richardson.. 

4 1. E. Gates . . . 

5 J. Kruttschnitt.. . 
W. C. Watson . . . . 

7 J. M. Dun lap. .. . 

8 F. Borge 

9 C. l^rumpy 

low. F. Owen 

11 James D. Connell. 

12 H. Print 

18 R. L. Herbert . . . . 

14J. Hildebrand 

15 William O'Brien.. 

IOC. M. Smith 

17 Charles MalUrd... 
18J. T. Dowell 



President 

V.P.itTraf.M. 
^V^. <fr Treat. . . 
Asst. Secretary . 
AfH. Manager. 
Oe-.Patt.AgL 
Train Master.. 
Gen, Hag. Agt. 
Purch. Agent . 
SupciinUndeni 
Matt. Mech. . . . 

IHv. Mech 

For. Loco. Rep. 
Matt. Car Bdr. 
For. Car Rep. . . 
Matt. CarPtr. 
Road Master .. . 
Road Master. . . 



New Orleans, La. 



it 
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New York, N. Y. 
New Orleans, La. 



tt 
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AlgierikLa. 



t* 



Lafayette, Ala. 
Algiers, La. 



tt 



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New Orleans, La. 
{Lafayette, La. 



(d) New Torky Texas and Mexican Ry. 



1 A. C. Hutchinson 

2 M. D. Monserrate. 

3 C. Proctor 

4C. 8. WeUs 

5 J. Kruttschnitt. . . . 

6 J. G. Schreiver 

7 W. C.Watson 

8L. S.Daniel 

9 James Mooney 

10 James Beaumont. . 



Pret. it G. M. . 
Viee-Prttident . 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

General Supt.. 
lYcfficMan.... 
G. Pott. Agent 
Train Matter. . 
Matter Mech. . 
Road Matter. . . 



New Orleans, La. 

Cnaro, Tex. 

Victoria, Tex. 
tt •% 

New Orleans^ La. 



tt 



tt 
•t 



Victoria, Tex. 
Cuero, Tex. 
Victoria, Tex. 



(s) SaUne and East Texat RR. 



IL E. Gates 

2£. P. Hill 

8W.C. AverUI 

4Wm. Mahl 

6W. N.Shaw 

6 A. C. Hutchinson. 

7 J. Kruttschnitt.. . 

8 J. G. Schriever.... 

9 W. C. Watson . . . . 
lOJ.B. Richardson.. 

lie. C. Gibbs 

12G. W.Polk 

18 J. C. Buchanan.. . 
14J. S. Dnnlay 



President 

i VicePretident. 
Trtaturer .... 
Sec. d Treat . . 

Attt. Secy 

Gen. Manager. 

Asst. Manager. 

Tre^Man.... 

Gen. Pott. Agt. 

Local Treat.... 

L. C. A O.F.A. 

\As. Land Com. 

'Superintendent 

\MaeL Trantp.. 



New York, N. Y. 

Houston, Tex. 

Beaumont, Tex. 

New York. N. Y. 

Houston, Tex. 

New Orleans, La. 
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iSee note of explanation on first page. 

161 



Phoenix Iron Works, 



■.m.^. 







For Forges, Pipe Founders, Roiling Miiis, Wire Works, Foundries, 

Machine Shops, Doclcs, etc. 

▲LSO, 

LOCOlOTIVil AM PIVOT CRMES, 

Derricks, and Overhead Travelling Cranes. 



Send for catalogue and prices. 



PENNSYLVANIA BOLT& NUT CO. 



MANUPACTUREUS OF 



MACHINE BOLTS, 

Track Bolts, Washers, 

Log-Screws and Skein-Screws, 

Boiler and Bridge Rivets. 

Hot Pressed Uuts mth Eeamed Holes, 

CHAXFESED, TBUOIED AHD BEAMED KUTB, 



▲lio 



u, E F- 1 N E i> laj^Tt moiv. 



Send for catalogue and prieei. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



734-746. 



T84 Southern Paellle Companjr- 

Eatt Texas RR.^ Continued. 



■Sabine ami 



15 J. J. Hjan \Jiaiter Mech . . , 

16 M. C. Whalen . . i Road Matter . . 



Hoaston, Tex. 
Bemnmont, Tex. 



(J) Ttx(u and New Orleans Ry. 



XewYotk. N.Y. 
Honiton. Tex. 
New York^ N. Y. 
Hotuiton, Tex. 



PreHdenf 

, Vice-President. 
Asst.Tr. &, Sec. 
\Treas. it And.. 
■Astt. Secretary. 
\ Gtn. Manager. New Orloent, La 
'A9St. Manager., 
Trqfflc Man,..:, " " 

\Gen. Pass. Agl.\ 
\Local Tteas.... 
^L.C. tt G.F.A. noueton, Tex. 
\Asst. Land C, * ** 

\Sfiperintendent^ 
\Mast. Transp. ; 
^Ma^«r Meek... 
\Hoad MoMter .. 



«( 



t4 



»4 

(4 
(4 
(i 



1 C. p. HnuUngton.. 

2K.P.Hill 

31. £. Gates 

4 P. L. OiieyroDze.. 
5W. N. 6haw 

6 A. C. HatcbiDSon. 

7 J. Kruttschiiitt... 
8J. G. Scbriever.... 
« W. C. WttUon 

10 J. B. RichardBOD.. 

11 C. C. Gibb« 

1«0. W. Polk 

13 J. C. Bacbanan.... 

14J. 8. Danlaj 

15 J. J. Kyan 

Itf Jobn Grogan 

General office (S. P. Co.), ban Francitco, Cal. 

73o Soucli Carolina Rj.— Obarleston to An- 
gu»ta, 197 mjles ; branched, 109 miles. 

1 HenrvP.Talmadge President. . . .\. New York, N. Y. 
%Z9M.^,B\^\ji%tyii Vice-President. " *' 

3 Ga«ion HanJy» * • ♦, Treasurer Charle^on, 8. C. 

4 W. T. Minor \iSec. dt A fat. 2*. New York, N. Y. 

5 J. B. Peck i Gen. Manager. Ch^TleatOD, S. C. 

tf D. C. Allen^ \g. P. <k T. A. 

7 S. B. PlckeuB* .... Gen.Fgt. Agt. 

8 A. De Caradenc. . . iJM^ Engineer 

9 L. C. Hendricka. . . Auditor 

Gen. Baa. Agt. 

Mas. oj'Macn.. 

Mas. CarJips.. 

Mas. of Trans.. 

Road Master . . j 

Gen. Agent . . . 'New York, N. Y. 

y. Eng. Agent. \Rnt!Xon^ Mhss. 



44 
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44 

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44 
4* 



44 



44 

44 



44 



IOC. N. Wella. 

11 P. J. Cochrane 

13G. H. Gramiiofc-.. 
laJ. U. AveriiP •»«. 
14 James Trumbull . . 
15W. H. Rhett... . 

16 A. D. W. bampson 

8oe alao Georgia Aasociated Traffic Lines. 

General office, Charlenton, S. C. Transfer office, 
Farmers' L. & T. Co., New York, N. Y. 

736 South Eastern Hy.— WeAt Famham to 
Ricbford. 44 miles ; branches and leased linet*, 171 
miles ; Monireal, Portland and Boston My., 45 miles. 

1 Danean Mclntyre. President Montreal, Que. 

2A. B. Chaflee>*t.. TVewi/m- 

3 T. A. Mackiunon i Gen. Manager.. '* 

4 Urnsh Macdiarmid. Superiniendsnt Bicbford, Vt 

5 PhUip u. Kyan3 ? » Auditor MonUeal. Que. 

6 G. Uhanks Gen. lid. Jfa«..!Satton, Qu«. 

7 A. G. Eastman Mech. Supt i Montreal, Que. 

8 A. E. Laiiinde Trav. Pass.Ag.\ 

» Wm. Craig 'Div. Rd. Mas. . Tamham, Que. 

10 Wm. Uoa»ton i/tt . Jid. Mas. . 

1 1 William lAoe Div. Jid. Mas., 

ISRMcLeod 

la G. 8. Mackinnon . 

14 John Siies 

15E.Fmn 

16 H. Inipey, Sr.... 

17 8. B. Horton... . 

18 W. 8targeoii.. .. 

19 0. Crammings... 



Master Mech 
Loco. Foreman. 
Shop Fi^refnan. 
Btksinih, Fi^.. 
Carpenter For. 

Pntrs. For 

Yard Master. . 
FvremaH 



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General office, 203 St. James St , Montreal, Que. 

737 Soothfleld Branch BR.— Southflclds to 
Soaihlield Furnace, 1 mile. 

1 A. W. Humphreys. '/VMi(i«ii< iNew York, N. Y. 



S Louis C. Clark 
SJamesM. 8colleld. 
4 J. 8. Ford 



Treoturer 

Secretary 

Super intsndeni 



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General office, 45 W illiam St., New York, N. Y. 

738 South Florida BR. 

See Plant iHTSttmmt Company. 



739 South IVancheet^r BR.—Sonth 
Chester to North Mauchai»ter, i miles. 



Man- 



1 F.W.Cheney 

2 Richard O. Cheney. 
8 Chas. 8. Chency"'t 



S.Manchester, f^t. 

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li^sident... 
Sec. <t Gen. M.. 
T. <t G.F.A.. 

740 South JHouDtaln By.— Carlisle to Pine 
Grove Furnace, 18 miles. 

IJ.C. Fuller President Pine Grove F., Pa 

2 W. H. Woodward.. A, T., Gen. S.. Carlisle, Pa. 

8 A. E. Lehman Chief Engineer 

4J. U. Nortou Road M(Uft*-r .. 

5 C. Ful ler i Mas. Car Rjts.. 

741 South Pacific Coaat BR.— Newark to 

Junction, Cal., 45 miles ; leabed lines, 31 miles. 

1 James G. Fair Presidtnt San Francisco, C. 

9 A. E. Davjs V.P. & G. M. . 

8 (-has. S. Neal Secretory 

4 Y. W. Gatfkill A.,Pav.A PA. 

5 L. Fillmoie Gen. Supt... . 

6 W. F. Fitzgerald. . . G. F. d:P.A.. 

General office, San Francisco, Cal. 

742 South- Weatern By. (Kentucky).— 

Harrod»burg to Harrodsburg J unction, 5 mjles. 



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2 Thoniud C.Bell.... 

8D. .1. Curry 

4 A. B. Bonia 

5J.M. Tebbctta.... 

ttM. Tubler 

7 J. C. Uooe* 

8W. C. Rue 

9 J. A. Ellis 

10 Thomas Chalk.... 



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lYesidertt 

}^e-Pr(sident . 

Treasurer 

Secretary 

Superintendent 
G. F. <fc P. A . . 
.Mast. Transp.. 
Chief Engineer 



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General office, Harrodsburg, Ky 

743 SprlnsTllle and Sardinia 

SpriuQville to Sardinia, 19 miles. 

1 B. Chaffee* Ptes.A G. M. . Springvillo. N Y. 

2 Jamctt Hopkins ■ Vice-President Sardinia, N. Y. 

3 L. M. i^Muxmiw^... \Secreluiy Springvlile, N. Y. 

4A. L Vaugbsn \ Treasurer .... *' 

6 W.W.French {Auditor. j " 

General office, Spiingvllle, N. Y. 

744 Statcn Island Rapid Transit RR.— 

Clirtun to Erustina, 6.5 miles ; btateu leland Ry., 13 
miles. 

1 J. Frank Emmons President New York, N. Y. 

2 Thomas M. King.. Vicv-Pusititnt. Baltimore, Md. 
3W.H. Ijams Treasurer 

New York, N. Y. 

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Secretary 

General Stfpt 
Chi^ iSh^iri^^lBllxabeth, N. J. 
Mast. Trail sp..^?f\. Geotge, 8. \. 
Purch. Agent. . New VoA, N. Y. 
Gen. Tiaf.Agt 



4 Edward Curry 

5 William Keutgen. 

6 Frank S. Usnuon.. 

7 Chaa. Ackenhell. . . 

8 W. O. Spriggs.... 
9W. U. Lewis 

10 R. W. Pollock. .. 

11 A. Braisted Supt.qf Ferrut^ 

General office, foot of Whitehall St., New York, 
N. Y. Locomotive and .Car Repair bhops at Totteo- 
ville, N. Y. 

745 Stcrllne Mountain Ry.— Sterlington to 

Lakeville, 8 miles. 

1 A. W. Humphreys » P., G. M.AA. 



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8 J. M. Scofleld.. 
4 £. B. Wilsoni > 



New York, N. Y 

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Sscfetaru 

SCE.GFttP.A. 

Locomotive and C^r Repair Shops at Sterlington. 

Freedom 



74G Stewartstown RB.— New 

Stewartstown, 7 miles. 

1 James Fulton* Pres. A O. M. 



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2 JosephW. Anderson 
1 A. Ander#on» « »•. 

4 JohnB.Gemmill'«ii 

5 W. W. Stewart. . . . 

6 A. G. Bo\Kman>*.. 

7 Jesse B. KcnnedT. 

8 James M. Hendrix 

General office, Stewartstown, Pa. 



Vice-President . 
Treasurer*. ... 
Sec. db Gen.Suj 
Chiff Engihet, 
Gen. T. cf F.A 
Rd. M.db Su.Bi 
duditor. 



Stewartstown, Pa 



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Stewartstown.Pa. 
Shrewsbury, Fs. 
StewarutowD,Pa. 



See note of explanation on first page. 

163 



Jones' Pat ent Tram Car Wheels 

SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW. 



The Axle is SQUARE and does not revolve, consequently never wears out. 

The Bush, which the wheel revolves upon, is round, with a square hole in the center. 

The Bush has an Oil Cup, which is always on top. 

The Car Wheel is chilled on the thread and center, which causes the wear to be on the 
Bush, which is of soft iron. When a Bush wears out it can be replaced by a laborer in a 
few minutes. 

The adoption of these improvements will save at least one-third expense in Car Repairs. 

This patent is not for sale ; but proper parties in the different sections of country will be 
licensed, at reasonable Royalty, to manufacture and furnish the improvements to Coal and 
Iron Ore Operators, Stone Quarrymen, Railroad Contractors, Lumbermen, and all parties 
who use Tram Cars or Pole Koads. 

For further information address 

EXCELSIOR FOUNDRY AND MACrflNE WORKS, 

BIRlilNOHAM, AUUBAMA. Works, Avondale. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Iron Fronts, Ornamental Fencing, Tram Cars, Castings and Forcings. 

MACHINERY, MILL AND MINE JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

E. R. JONES, Preaidcnt P. 8CHLUS8BR, Vice-President. H. HOUPT, Sec'y and TreM. 

DIXIE POWDER CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 



CRITERION 



DYNAMITE 



QUALITY GUARANTEED EQUAL TO ANY MADE 

IN THE UNITED STATES. 



WRITK KOR PRICES. 



DIXIE POWDER CO., 

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFiaALS. 



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747 Stoay CIoto »iid Catsklll moantaiii 

•—Phoenicia to Hantcr, H miles. 

1 S. D. CoTkendall*.. >/>.<« Tranx/.A. Kondont, N. Y. 
t George CfoykendaU*) V.-P. d G.S... 
8 Jobn C. Romeyn . . \8fcrttary 

4 Sftomel Ck>l«fS • . . . Trtwurtr 

5 George CoykendallV O.T.^F.A.. 

6 0. L. Eostnuin^ i^.;ilu//j^>r 

748 StoDjr Creek RR. 

8— PhUaddphia and Reading RR. 

749 Strmabnrc RR. 

IT.ftM.Baamgardnef Owner $ ;l«ancai>tor. Pa. 

% I. Phenegar \U*Mf. 8tiMbarg, Pa. 

750 Suburban Rapid Transit Company. 

— Owner of Hue from junction of Svcond At. and l^Stlti 
8t. across H«rlem Klvcr to 149d St. (Extension now 
in coorse of construction.) 

1 Samael R. Fll ley. . . I PrtHdent ... 'New York, N. Y. 

K L. R. Pomeroy ,See. d: Trew. . . , ** *• 

8J. J. R. Cnws \ChUf Engineer. »* •* 

4 £. B. Wetmorc \Snperintendtm *♦ 

General office, 40 and 43 Wall St., New York CMty. 

761 SnlTolk and Carolina RK.— Saffoik to 
Chawan Rirer, 34 miles. Completed, 23 miles, and 
branch, 8 miles. Built and owmd bj Smffolk Lumber 
Co. 

752 SuflTolk I^umbrr Co.^e RR.— Suffolk 
toTerminai>, 15 miles: from Wiiiton, N. C, 35 miles; 
branchei*, 10 miles— total, 33 miles. 

1 W. H. Jackson . . . President Sallsbiinr. Md. 

i E. E. Jackiion .*c. «fc 7V<a* . . 

8 W. M. Whsley Gtn. Manager. Suffolk, Va. 

General office, Salisbury, Md. 

763 SummU Braucb RR. 

See PtnMylvania Cofnp^iny. 

764 Sivalnaboro RR.— Midville to Swainsboro, 
21 miles. 

1 J. Thompson A Co.\ Proprietort. . . . | Augusta, Ga. 

755 SylTanla RR. 

*See Central BR. of Otorgia. 

756 Syraeuae and BaldwlnevlUe RR.— 

8yracui>e to Bald wins vi lie, It miles. 

1 J. T. Skinner Pnndenl .... Syracaso, N. Y. 

5 Wallace Tuppao.. . . lice-Pr«Hdent. 

8 P. K. Green Trea-urer. . . . 

4 W. W. Downer. ... I secretary 

A Alex. Uamill [Manager 

757 Syracuse, Geneva and Cornlnf RR« 

See Fait Brook Coal Co. 

768 Syracuse, Ontario and Bfeiv York 

RR.— Syracuse to EarivUle, 46 miles. 

1 Asbbel Green i Preaideftt .... jNew York, N. Y. 

4 Joseph P. Ord» • ♦ . liifec. <fc r/y<w. . . 

8 Albert AlIfn»"«T»" I ^.,(?./'.dt T.A. Syracuse, N. Y. 



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Natbrille, Chattanooga and bt. Louis RR. 

762 TaTaresy Orlando and Atlantic 

RR.— Tavares to Orlando, 33 miles. 

1 John A. Henderson iVyfi<f«n^ Orlando, Fla. 

3 Charles Joy . . . AVice-Pretident 
8 T. M. T. McKennan Gen. Manager. 



4C. B. Duke.. 
6 Nat. Poynt2. 
6C. A. Baird.. 



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Trtcuurer 

Gtn.F.AP.A.. 

763 Tennessee Central RR.- Sprins City to 
Jeweit, 12 miles. (Late Tenn. and Scqnauhie valley.) 

1 Charles Clinton. . . . Prettident iSpringCitv.Tenn. 

S£. D. Albro n«-7V/^W^r Cincinnati, O. 

S P. V. M(x>ney Stc. A Tnae . . Spring Cilj, Tenn 

4 0. B. Sump»Qn... . Master Mfch. . .\ ^* ** 

General office. Spring City, Tenn. 

764 Tennessee and Coosa RR.— Gadsden 
toBrilton, 11 miles. 

1 Louis Wyeth \PreHdent IGunttrsrille, Ala. 

3 Hugh Carlisle ' Gen. Manager, .(^adsden. Ala. 

3 S. K. Rayhnm -Land A. it See iGuntersTille. Ala. 

4 J. A. W\eih Financial Agf.'Sew York, N. Y. 

5 W. E. Knox \Sup F.dP.Agt.AttallA^ Ala. 

765 Tennessee and Ohio Ry. 

1 H. M. Aikcii» a » * » Pree. «* O. M.. KogeriYille, Tenn 

2 James Cooper* »«.. 5«r. <* 7Vw/r. . . 

8 Joseph Ilelton Stt/terintendent 

4Hni;h Murray* > G.F.it Pufs.A. 

5 William Price Road Ma»ur. . . 

766 Terre Haute and Indianapolis RR. 

See Vandalia Line. 

767 Terre Haute and Peoria Ry.— Terre 
Haute to Peoria, 173 miles. vFormeny Uliuois Midland 
Ry.) 

1 C. W. Fairbanks. . . Prttidnit Decatur, 111. 

3 D. II. Conklin V.-Piee. <f Tre. 

8 Andrew Stevens Sec A GTktAgt\ *' ** 

4 O. K. Grady \Ma»t of Trans. 

6 Walter M. Strange.. Ut/</i^<>r 

tt Peter Ford | Road Master. . 

7 Frank Young \Fmn. S/iops.... Paris, 111. 

General office, Decatur, 111. 

768 Terre Haute and Sontit-Eastern 
RR. 

Ste EcanstUle and Indianapolis BB.*, 

769 Texas Central Ry. 

See Houston and Texas Central BB. 

770 Texas and New Orleans RR« 

See Southern Pacijtc Company. 

771 Texas and Pacific Ry.—Goldsboro, La., 
to £1 Paso, Tex., 1,162 milts ; with branches, 3S5 miles. 



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6 Edward Sawyer . 

8 Thos. Baigrie, Sr. 



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Mast. Mech... 
Boad MaU ... 

General office, 6 Vanderbilt Ave., New York, N. Y. 

759 Talbotton RR.— Talbotton to Bostick, 7 
miles. 

1 8. W. Thornton .... I President .Talbotton, Oa. 

SW. H.Martin 'Hec, T.diSupt.l 

SJ.H.Dennis \G. Tk. dbFt.A.^ " •• 

760 Talladega and Coosa Valley RR.— 

TalladegA to Siemlvy, 15 miles. 

1 D. W. Rogers President Renfroe, Ala. 

S W. H. Sciflxs Secretary Talladega, Ala. 

8R.H.lsbc11 \Tnasurer... ** 

4 D. M. Rogers Gen. Manager.. RenfhM, Ala. 

5R.SPatiilo tten.FQt.Agt. 

8 P. W. Goodwin ChiefEnginetr. . 

7 8. Q. Bnrdett ^For. Rep. Sfntp 

8 Nelson Yonng | For. Rep. Yard^ 

General office, Renfroe, Ala. 



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1 L.A.Sheldon. 

2 .lohn C. Brown 

3 JaT Gouiil 

4 John C. Brown.. , . 

5 0«o. J. Gould 

6 Johns. Wilkes.... 
7C. B. Saiterlee.... 

8 W. il. Abrams 

9 A. A. Egbert 

10 Fiank Trumbull.. 

1 1 Jacob Johann 

13 John A. Grant 

13 L. 8. Thorne 

14 B. W. McCnllongh 

15W. W. Fluley 

IHE. A. Garrey 

17 N. B. Sherwin.... 

18 W.J.Taylor 

19 A. H. Watts 

aOJ. W. AddU 

31 J. J. Kerten 

33 E.R.Smith 

28 A. H. Douglass.... 
34L.L. Keller 



Beceivers . . . 

President 

UtV.'JYeHdeut 
id V.Prtsident 
Tr.of Bfeeiurs 

Secretary 

L. C. <t -1. Sec. 
O. S.of Recvrs. 
Aud.of Becors. 
i)up. Mot. Pow. 
Gen. Manager. 
Supt. Transp.. 
G.P, d T. A. 
Gen. Fgt. Agt.. 
Chiff Engineer 
Purch. Agent.. 
Gen. Baa. AgL 
Master Mech . . . 
Ma»ts^ Mech. . . 
Aetg.Div.Sypt. 
IHv. M. Mech. . 
IHr.M.Mech.. 
Dir.Supt I 



■New Orleans, La. 
Dallas, Tex. 
New York, N Y. 
«t. Louis. Mo. 
New York. N. Y. 
.Dallas. Tex. 
,New York, N. Y. 
Dallas, Tex. 



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Marshall, Tex. 
New Orleans, La. 
Big Springs, Tex. 



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Hildreth Varnish Co., 



SUPERFINE 



Railroad • • 
^ Varnishes. 



178 BROADWAY, 

NEW YORK. 



BONNELL'S 

Nubian Iron Enaiel. 

A Very Elastic, Glossy Blaek, 
Odorless Coating 

For Locomotives, Smoke Stacks, 

Car Truss Rods, Hand Rails, 

Car Wheels, Boiler Fronts, 

Steam Pipes, and all 

Kinds of Iron 

Work. 

MANUPA.CTURED BY 

Tlie NQUaD Iron EnaiDel Co., 

207 SOUTE CANAL ST., 

CHICAGO, ILL. 



J. MacCormack, 



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Bridges, Trestles, Tnrn-TaMes and Riveted Girders, 



aof^ ml QfrnmiM |fob "l^orli. 




Old Stone Mill, 



ALBANY, N. Y. 



POOR'S DIBECTORT OF BAILWAT OFFICIALS. 



TTI Texaa and Pa«IAc tlt.-reKiiiivid. 

n J. L. Oriffln |Xe»ff.W»,Siipf.iTBi»rkflm, Tci. 

KJ. H. RediiioD ....Dlc.Svpl.. .. IHuiluJI, Tei.. 
HT. W. «nder»n .. T. Mai.K.O.lf. Hlfl S[>rlnB», Tbi. 

» J. B. Redman \Tntif lHuttr,. MtntwLlJm. 

» J. W. ClaWMD.... rnuB Jtutrc-, ' 

Id E. G. Uowar Train JTiufir.. Fort W.Tth. Tu. 

•lU.S.HliIfl JTiuf.CVimUn.'llanhsll, Tax. 

MP. H. AleiBiider..v/./-.C'wAt(v>. 

(3D.K.OniTH Bond Mailir..\ 

*t U. HeDoDoaEb ... y;wi4 jraXrr.J 

»S OmmUKfirf 7yo'«;fl«0'-(?mf« -II. B. Smith, Par. 
Cnut Alt.. H. r. Loiaii. Puc. CoMt T%1. Abl. ^B 
PnnclKO. C»l.: L. A. BmerBon. Oi.n, Kn. ARt.. W. E. 
K. nnjt. En. fiH. Aki.. J. V. HcCiiiin. Tnv. Pin. 
AjL. Hew York. N.T.; A H. Torrlrclll, N™ Eni. Abi., 
fe. M. Newliegin, N. E. Tnv. AuC. BoMon, Min. ; S. 
n. Tbomiwaa. CmL P>m. Ail, RotMri HlmpKin, Cam. 
9tf. An., PHubursn. P:; V. K, Wnrwirk, D1»t. Pun. 
Act., OlndBnitl, O.; Cehi Alcunder, Dirt. Pvi. Ajrt., 
IndliDipolli, Ind.; Pmk Frriic, Cora. Frt. ArI., Juhn 
B. Ennli. Trar. Pui>. A Lund Ajrt.. J. B. Prawlej, TnT. 
Pbm, Alt., ChlMgo. Ill,: M. P. Wilih. Jr., Com. Agt.. 
Cklni. III. ; W. B. UortoD. EmiK. A^t^., Ht. Lnulf , IM. : 
L. B. D™k^ Slhn.Tni*. A«t,. LooiiiY!Ue. Ky.: A. A. 
Glliwhcr. Hthn. Pua. A)^, ChUUnnozt, THrn.:N.lf. 
CsrlBr. iTnT. F. A P. A., Monteomin', Alu.; R. H. 
Binron. Coin. Pi^. Aiit,. New Orlmnit, lA. ; J. h. Mil- 
ler, Tn.1. P. A., n»ll«B, Tei. ; P. J. CrooblB, Tr»y, P. 

• r. A., Bl PuM, Tcr. 

EiFcnllve offlre, Dklloi. Tri. Geacnl DlTlce, lU 
Broulway, Now V.irk. N. T. 

lit T>xaa, 8anlaF£«ndNortb«rnRB. 
—Suita ir« to EvuDla, 3B mllex. 

tL.lf.HeUr . llffi'tnt EmUFt, N. M. 

SB.SallEiiun [VIct-l'r^iUiHl.. 

• Jobn HTinlnston. .IHtfTelam 

4L. M,lfchw»r.. ...j.<.,,S«.iTV«i 
« y. G. H«lMn \AiiaUBr 

• H.F.roDdr iHaperinltH-JiiU: " 

T73 Texas Xrnnk BH.-QiHip to Ceilir, tl 

1 .lohn L. Henry. ... I lYtiid'ni iDallu, Ttx. 



T9B Toleda, Ann Arbor nn4 north 

miehlKan aj.—OMliiaitd. 
6D. M. Moiii.i'"..i.4i;*fl.j)Mi/i(w.. Toledo,©. 
BB.r.Jorvi-""". ./>«"■""/.-. -I ■' " 
T W. H.Bmnrti' *.,;(;.>■'. rf-/'n«,( " " 

BC. c!l>od|[B.,...'.";«iiii' rirp.S.'.. •■ " 

mo. L, I>i>iii Hoaa Miwltr... •■ 

li Hmryfimiih jSupl. B. itr il...K.llllulP,O..Hch 

Gcnwil ofllcr, Toledo, O. 

179 Toledo, rolumbn* aDd SootfearK 
nr.-TuIcdu to Pindlnr, 41 iiiiln. 

T.P.Broirn rtri. * O.Waii-.Toledo. O. 

W.J. WHkBr ■Viu-I'miiltnt.' •• " 

A W.Ftoll SK.ATirai:... " " 

John H. IJdjU, ...llrtn, Clmiwfi...' " '■ 
■ H. K. Ptirhtr" •...'«. /■'. <t P.Agl. ■• " 
V W. Honli" t ' ■ ■ "u A'iitaiiiA.,tCA' " " 
7W.W. Hirrinn... ,SBpfriiifrjui*i.(Bowllni;Onteo,0. 
GenEnl om«, Tdlodo, O. Hepolr Shops It Toledo, O. 
780 Tolrdnand Otaln Vcnlral BT-— ToUl 
„ . „.. jp^f dftatl*, feu roorii^'M»nu«l 



a H. R. Irrlnei. 
Gtneral nlBee, Dilli 
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t (I. Km. 
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StJ.PvAird 

Qeneul oSICB. Knii 

7T5 Thooaand lalandnRr. 

Srt Ifapaitn, Tamaorlh and iiu'btc fly. 

7T8 TIOEB Ballroad. 

Sa Xtw York, Latt SrU and Wmlrm Rh 

7TT Tloneata Valley RB,— SbcOleld I« 

BeW Junction, 18 mil--' ■ 

leutd llnel, ai mllm. 



r niter Hon 



Slieflieid, P>. 
Mlddlclown.N.T. 



SChulMSitel TVnH, A Au 

AitnjCnij IStcAOtfUv 

fi Isaac Uanon Gen. jVanaei 

Georre Horton O. Paul. * /■. 

7 LuielB. ScboSeld . . ! MrMon 5v/j 

Oeaeral oDce, SkclBeld, Pa. 

778 Toledo, Ann Arbor and Norlli 
meblKan By.— I'ulBdo. O.. (o Mt. Pleuant, '" ' 
ITI mllM ; wllk branchef. «t mllea. 

1 Janie> U, AihIeT...|/Vu.<C O ifon, Toledo, O. 

«A. W. WriEhl nM-/V«jrirf<nI. ISaiinawG'r.Mlch 

SH w ».hi,.. r,. i \^ naiPns. I I. 
3H.W.Aihlcy.Jr..j ^ a. m,-.,.\ ,■ 
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Lennnrd 1 3tanagtr, 

!"i'i««a, Simi , 

0. Ft.£PlHtA,, 

.Mm ,'— " " ' ' 

U.her"*',. 



:EN. Aiin><irDDi;'>iiiU«a, S<wl. 

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Gcnrnloaire.Pmrla. III. Locomotive and Cor Re- 
783 Toledo, St. LodIm and Kanaaa CItr 



.'J(i>«/«riir«A... DelphH, O. 

iiii. s. meir« \FiiM. Car Sep. i 

IS Road J/o'lerr.—J. Smith, Delphoi. O.; T. J. Usdl- 
mn. ChailcrCoii. 11). 
Uunerat aOlci!. Toledo, O. 
783 Toledo and Soatb Haven RB. 
Sf/ Pam PatP RR. 

da Taller >nd Caba RR. 
ui'ponded on rest 

1 B. W, Siwncer 'fl«*(iWitlfop.'Ne»r York.N.T. 

3B. W, lIiimphrey...'Su/«inttB<iCT<,.AUlca, N. Y. 
Geneml ofllee. SI Broadway. New York, N. Y. 



t^** Ste note of em^lanalion on first page. 
167 



VERONA TOOL WORKS 




C. Y. WHEELER, WM. P. DE ARMIT, 
Chairman. Sec. and Treas. 


SPECIALTY, 




STEkLING 


Tbe Verona Not Lock 




STEEL CO., Limited. 


▲JMD Tli£ 

STANDARD 




ZFIJCsTE 


SOLID STEEL, SOLID EYE, 
i*ick:. 




CrucibeToo Stees 


Address 




OJMJ-.!^:. 


METCALF, PAUL & CO., 

Cor. LibeHy St. d; Seventh Ave., 

prrrsBURGH, pa. 

Branch Offiee^No. 2^ We9t Lake St., 
Chicago, 111, 




BRANCH OFFICE, 

•No. 41 Fifth Avenue, 
PITTSBURGH. 

WORKS AT DEMMLER. 








DETROIT 

Steels Spring Works, 




Otis Iron & Steel Co., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 


MANUFACTURERS OF 

CRUCIBLE 




CAST STEEL. 

• 


Cast Steel. 




BOILER, 


Special Steel for Turning 
Tool^f Ta2>8, Diesj and Trade 
Chisels. 




Fire Box and Tank Plates. 

• 


Railway Car and Locomotiye 
Elliptic & Spiral Springs. 

DETROIT, MICH. 

ALEX. DE LANO, CHAS. P. CHOATE, 
Pres't. Vice-Pres't. 




STEEL DRIVINB, 

TTDC][,Tenllir,GarAile!i 

am hmn. 


H. R. NEWBERRY, 

Secretary. 


' 


CLEVELAND, OHIO. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



7Sft-7M. 



785 TroT and Boston RR.— Tror to Ver- 
munt Stale iJno, 35mi!«« ; leaiwd linet, 11 miles. 



1 Daniel Robinson . . 

2 J. H. Panonft 

« J. E. Merrill* « » »o 
48. M. Vail 

5 JoMph CrandelF*. 

6 C. A- Nimmo* 

7S. L. Hobinwn.... 

SZeraB. Duvls 

9 A. Brewer 

10 C. H Hnbbell 

11 J. S. Lineham. 



• • • • 



President dk PA Troy,N, 
VUni'PrtHdent. ^* 

Trwiurer 

Secretary 

Sunt. G. F. A.. 
G. P. AT. A 
Road Master. . . 
Maui. Mach . . . 
M. 0. JO. *«' S. R. 
Aud. AP'gA. 
G. Bag Agent.. 






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786 Troy and 
Hooaac Tunnel. 

Se^ Fitchburg Railroad. 

787 Tnekerton Rallroad.-Whliing't Rta. 
tion to Tnekerton, 29 miles ; Edge Cove Branch, 2 miles. 

1 Samuel Ashnrst. . . . President j Philadelphia, Pa. 

2 R. Siuvvesant Vi^-President.\^evr York. N. Y. 

3 R. Aiihurst' * • • >«.. Treatnirer I Philadelphia. Pa. 

4 T. T. Price Secretary Tuckertun, N. J. 

5J. J. Pharo \Sttpt. A P^g A. 

6 H. N. G'lson* •»....!(?. F dtP.A.. 

7 W. W. Pharo .Auditor 

General ofHce, Tuckerton, N. J. 

788 Tnsk'cee Rallroad.—Tuskcgee to Che* 
haw. Ala., 6 miles. 

1 W. H. Wright ... | Treas. A Agt. \ Tankegee, Ala. 

789 171ator and Delaware RR.— Rondont 
to Hobart« 78 miles. 

1 Thomas Cornell I President. . . . 

a David Kennedy . . . | Mee-PrrMd^nt. 
% A. BenKon* « • ••.. . . 'Swr. A Trt.a». . . 

4J. H.Jones \Gen. Supf 

A N. A. Slmms « » • " . ' C?. />. <ft /*. ^ , 
6 A. E. Benson \S. 'Pran., M }f} 

I J. H. Decker - ^^^ ^^^^^ ^ . 

8 R. B. Jones Auditor : 

9 C. Hotaling Mast. Car Put., 

Goneral office, Rondonl, N. Y. 

790 17nlon RallwartCo. ofCliattanoosa, 

In ihe city of Chatunooca. 19 miles. 

1 C. E. James. ... i Pr*M*ltnt Chattanooga,Ten 

2D. J. O'Connem*!!. Sflcr^ory 

3 E. A. Cooper S'fperintend^nt 

General office, Chattanor^ga, Tenn. 

791 Union Freli^hC Railroad.— Bost^/n and 

Lowell RR. to Old Coiony RR.. Mass.. 2 mileo. 

1 Charle* F. Choate.. Presid^rU B<^ton. Mass. 

2B. B. Torr»T Traarvnr 

3 A. H. GroTenor . . Ofn, Hvpi 

4 S. C. Pntnaan /i>fi. F*it. Agt.. 

5 C. H. Eastman Rood Mastsr. . . 

General office, Boston, Xa«a. 



Rondont. 


N. 


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Exer^ir.s and Tr^n»ury DepnttrMnt*. 

1 Cha«. P. Adam*.Jr P-et^Ut^t lAn^im, Sfa««. 

2 Thomas J. Potter. V\/A-Pr*syUHt. Oosal^. ?r«;b. 

JoTrtiSir'jnis; ;- ^-<' «» '-'« ■*••«'• "»- 

fi Henry Xc/aruod. fk/^. A Tre^, 

« Alex. Millar A»»t. I*^^*tnry 

. Jsme* G. Harris. ; j^^^ j^^ ■ 

S J.imes M. Ham A»»f .H^a A Tr ??•?» Y'/T*. J%. Y. 
9 Frank D. B.^^wr.* • /yjrMi Tr»aji . . Orr«aa«. N>'/. 
11) ITcion Trasc f>*... TroMf. Ag^tikf litrm X*^£. Jf, Y. 

II Orver W. Sf.r.k . rot^T^JUr P^>*'at., Ma*«. 

1^ Era-tn* Y'*iinsj . . A udtt/jr fiuur*A, S^'t. 

13J. W. Grimrh . Am f Ah^I . 
14 F. D. BtoiSL.* ' » . . IaoU 7r*/u. • ** 



792 Union Paclllc WLjt—Aceountlng^ Law and 
Land Dspartmsnts—ConHnued, 



15 D. D. Davis 

16 A. 8. Vsn Knran.. 

17 W. 8. Wing 

IHEBiuklnghamf"!' 

19 D. W. Hitchcock.. 

20 Sidney Bsrtlctt . . . 
91 John P. Dillon.... 
St A. J. Popploton. i 
28 J. P. Usher. . . f 

24 J. J. Burns 

%SO. M. ('Ummlng... 
26 B. McAllaster 



Fgt. Auditor.. 
A. Agts. AcHs. 
A. I'hss. Acrts. 
Car Afrounta^t 
Cur Sert). Agt.. 
Gen. Coungfl .. 
Gen. fkdit'itor.. 

Gen. Attorneys. 

Gen. Stars K/tr 
Gsn.Land (ktm 
Land (Jotfim... 



Omaha, Neb. 
II II 



II 
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Boston, Mass. 
New York. N. Y. 

I Oninha. Nrb. 

) ljiwn>nro. Kan. 
Omaha, N«*b. 



II 



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It 



Transportation DspartmrtU. 



27 8. R Callawsy*... 

28 G. M. Cnmming... 
29Thos.L.KimbulI... 

SOP. P. Shelby 

81 E. Dickhison 

32 J. W.Morse 

33 H. B. Jon«'B 

34 1). W. Hitchcock.. 
85 C. 8. Stebbins .... 
3«0. P. McCsrty .... 

87 A. Travnor 

88J. W. Deal 



Hitr.-P.AG.M 
Ass't.G^n.Mgr. 
Gen.Tntf.Mgr. 
Ass't. G. T M. 



Omaha, Neb. 
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S.LnkfCliy.Utab 
Actg.Gen.Supt.'Di&n^i'T, ('wl. 
Gtn. hiss. yf7^ Omaha, Neb. 
y4**7 <7. /'<;*. Vl. I 

G. W. P. AF.A.^i^. Frsnclwo, Cal. 
Gen. Ticket i^.lOmshu, Neb. 
AssH G. T. ii.f 

Gen. Rag. ilf/riConncil Bhiffs.la. 
AssH G. R. il.iKaiiiiaHCiiy, Mo. 

89 Gem rot Agrnts, Pasitenger and Tirkft Dr/Htrt' 
nitnts : I) E. Cornell, Kannas ('ity. Mo.: Ororge Ad/, 
Denver, Col.: Hoyt Shermao. Jr., Halt Laku (;ity, Utah; 
C. W. 8cott, Butte, Mont. 



40 J. A. Mnnroc ... 

41 J. S. TeblM'tfs . . . 

42 W. F. McMillan.. 

43 H. A. Johnson .. 

44 D. B. Keller 

45.S. C. Nash 

46C. W. 8cott 



.\Grn. Fnt. >4j7^.<r)ntalia. Neb. 
.1.4. G.Fgt. /^/.iKanMs Clry, Mo. 
. A.G. Fgt. i4^/.iOmsha, N<'b. 



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A. G.Fgt, Agt. 
^AstCt Gun. i4<7/. I Denver. <'oI. 
AsM't G. F. /4. S.I^ki-ihy.UUll 
JUv. Fgt. >49^ 'Butlo, Mont. 



47 Gsnernl Agents^ Frrinht F)ei>artTnent : O^torge J. 
Need ham. 8slt Lake City. Utah ; rM^rgi; W. Walts. Hsn 
Francisco. Cal. ; E. H. Wood, (.'blrsgo. III. : J. L Oar- 
ner, Plttsbargh, Pa. ; George A. Bsnderwm, I'hiladel- 
pbia. Pa. 

48 J. J. Dickey Hujtt. of T*J*g. Omaha, N«ib. 

4« L. H. Korty A»sH ft. of Tel. 

!M V. Knowland Ge». Kak. Agt. Sww York, N. Y, 

51 W. L. Greene City Pass. Agt. ; 

&2 M. T. Dennis Sew Kng, Agt., B^isf /n, Mass. 

53 TrartJUing Agents^ FrHght and ptiMStM&r Depart' 
fffuls: J, ». Hmitb. A. C. Harver. \Uitit/iu, Ma«s. ; H, A. 
Ilutchlwm, Bnffalo, N. Y. : T. P. VhIII", Philadelphia, 
Pa. : C. K. WIU,er. F. L. LyDd*. f virago. HI. ; R. R, 
Tiittl<^. St I/ftilii. Mo : C. H. Bla^ kman. hidianap'rfls, 
Irid.: D. K. Burlfy. f^tlmor**. Md.: M. Khipmari, Mrm^ 
tr«^. Oue.: Ira P. Griswoid, Dftn^lt. Mich.: T. C Hfr«it, 
CoInmrius,0 : W. F. Herman, Cl<!velarid.O.: N. Halgbt, 
I^iulsviJIe. Ky. ; N. C. Treat, qaincy. Ill : J. B. Htt^tt^ 
Kaiisaji City. Mo. ; J. B. Holme*. \}*m Moines, la. : D, 
L. Stnri'lii. D<;uv«:r, Co*. : J. H. Green. Omabs, 5eb. ; 
C. L. \\n»usi^ Han ?f%ft*:wjf. CsL ; tt. O. Patterson, 
P'/ftland. f>re. : J. J. Failoa, Uel«;Da, Mont. ; H. i. UX' 
febberick, Denver, Col. 

54 G*n^nl Agents, Fr*Utht a^d Pass»nffer fMpart-' 
fhents : W, K (>io\'y. PbiM'!iph)a. Ps.. »nd Buffalo. 
NY.: T. B.fjaalr. Chl«iMr«. Hj.; J. Y. Aglar Ht. Lim\n. 
Mo. : J. D. WtUh. Cincfnoatt. O. : J. H. Wilson, Port- 
:*»'!. (IT". '. M. J. (hTWHj, Conor,:! Bioffs. J*. 

'/^ M. J. Gr**Ty i'oss. A. T. IJ . Cooneil B;iifl«.ls. 

tU^idu^ay and Msthanienl tMpnrtn-^.rJjt. 

V, J Bi <k«rjMerf«r. Cems. Ftug . . Ovu.ia, .Vijb. 

•,;V. G B'/5fii6 I kief K/^ 

Vj (.i^.,scx.% llMf.kMj. H.m.P Af. It 

r/4 Jof. n W iisrj« .... A.H.M P.Af.lf •• 

»/jiK fjkAa Rssika4tfa Kng . . 

Ofkd JUekamirjca If^fMarirf^^^ 
a. .V*.f/raska InrMe/n ; c'Ai;,'i*:r.g tVi Main Uktm, 
f^y,:.r,l Bioffs y. Ctk<y«mr.*. i-trt n >^: 't St H. V, Hy., 



Jif * .v< noU of explanatu/n on fir$t pagt. 



Penn fridge (Jompany, 

BEAVER FALLS, PA., 

Gontraoton and Mannfactarers of 

BRIDGES, 

Structural Iron Work 



J. W. Shipman, M. E., Eatiern Ageni, 59Tri- 
bune Building, New York, N. Y. 

F. Harris, C. E., South weiiem Agani, 26 
Merchants' Exchange, Dallas, Texas. 



W. M. LEVERING, President. 

M. BENNER, Engineer. 
W. A. GARRIGUES, Sec. and Treas. 



THK 



Jones & Benner Co., 

BRIDGES, 

Buildings and otpi( ^troct- 



oral Woiil^. 



218 SOUTH FODRTH STREET, 

PHILADELPHIA. 



J. C. Dtrtt, A. J. Spngu., ToLdo, O. 

H. A. WilliMTW. E. W. Eck.rt, Manillon, O. 

Bridge Company. 



MASSILLON, C, 

Design and Construct Bridg^es and 
Viaducts of Wroug^ht Iron, Steel, 
Combination and Wood. Also Iron 
Turn-Tables, Roofs and Building^s, 
and General Structural Iron Work. 



TOLEDO OFFICE : 

Eoom 7, Kerchants* Hational 
Bank Building. 



THE 



ff allis Iron Works. 

IRON BUILDINGS, BRIDGES, 
TURNTABLES, ROOFS, 
and RIVETED GIRDERS. 



Sole Hanu&ctnren of the Per- 
kin's Patent Shntten. 



MAIN OFFICE AMD WORKS : 

7, 9, 11, 13, 16 Morris and 

7 and 9 Essex Sts. 

Telephone 38. JERSEY GITT, K. J. 



NEW YORK OFFICE : 

95 Liberty Street. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



793-703. 



792 ITnion Paclflc WLj.^DivUian Officers, (tc.-^ 
OMitinued. 

958 mile^; O.. N. & B. H. KR. 115 miles ; Julesbarg 
Branch, 151 miles ; total, 1,014 miles. 



2C. F.Newton 

3D. S. Capron 

4 L. M. Jenney 

5 T. D. Sargent 

6 Martin Horn . . . . . 

7 A. McOrezor 

8W. S. Willson.... 
y.T. H. McConncll.. 

10 Frank R«»arden . . . 

11 John P. Bay 

12 A.M. Collett 

ISA. D. Schermer- 

horn 

14 B. C. Howard 

15 .T. Clebnme 

14 Jno. C. Strahom.. 
17 R. McDougall .... 



\8upetintenden$ 
fwf, B.,cb Bis 



Omaha, Nob. 
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Supvsr, Tr€w-k. 
SnadM.,UtD'i 
As.R.M.,\*tD 
R.M.^D't... 
R.M.^Ai D.. 
I J?, jr. JuilHf. D. 
JHv. Mas.Mech. 
'.Ass'f. D. M. M. 
\G.F. M. Pow. 
G. F. Car Dtp. 
1 J Div. Ena. I 
1 Main. ofW. S 
Jbiv. Foreman. 

Foreman 

Foreman ..... 
Foreman . . . 



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Gd. Inland, Neb. 
Cheyenne. Wyo. 
SterlinK. Col. 
Omaha, Neb. 
No. Platte. Neb. 
Omaha, Neb. 



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6d. loland. Neb. 
Sidney, Neb. 
Sterling, Col. 
.Chejenne, Wyo. 



Principal Sbopa, Omaha a^d North Platte. Repair 
Shop;*. Grand Inland and Sidney, Neb., Sterling, Col., 
and Cheyenne, Wyo. 

ih) Wyoming Division: comprising the Main Line, 
Cheyenne to Oi:den,5]5 miles ; Echo A Park City Ry., 
81 miles ; L., N. P. & P. By., 14 mUes ; S. L. & W. Ry., 
57 milea ; total, 617 miles. 

Laramie. Wyo. 
S. Lake City. Utah 
Laramie, Wyo. 



ICE. Wnrtelle.. 
« W. W. Rltcr... 
8 J. A. Weed 

4H.B. Patten... 



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5F. D. Delaney...-] 

G J. F. McEntee... 

7 E. Brown 

8Q. ONeill 

9 S. M. 7eoman . . . 

10 T. A. Davies 

11 G. F. Chapman . . 

12 J. F.Dunn 

13E. A. Linsley.... 

14 s. LiTlngston . . . . 

15 W. P.Hart 



Superintendent 
8.8.L.tkW.D. 
Svr. B. <f Bis. . 
j Div. ICno. ( 
1 Main.qfWy\ 
S.M.biL. N. 

P. P. D 

Ass't. Do 

R. M., 7th DiMt.i 
R.MSd-EPCD 

AssH. Do I 

Dir.Maa.Mtch 
AssH D. M. M 

Foreman 

Foreman 

^Foreman 

,Foreman 



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Rawlins Wyo. 
Bvanston, wyo. 
Echo, rtah. 
Laramie, Wvo. 
Evanston. Wyo. 
Rawlins. Wyo. 
Green River, Wyo 
Bcho, Utah. 
Ogdon, Utah. 



Principal Shops, Laramie and Evanston, Wyo. Re- 
pair Shops, Rawlins, Green River and Bcho. 

(r) Kan»as Division ; comprising the Leavenworth 
Branch (Kanffa<« Pacific Ry.), 6S9 miles ; Kansas Cen- 
tral Branch, 166 miles : L. A E. Ry., 8S miles ; J. C. & 
Ft. K. Branch, 87 miles ; Solomon Branch, 97 miles ; 
S. & S. W. Ry., 86 miles ; totil, 1.017 miles. 



1 J. O. Brinkerhoff.. 
2S. Mallison 

8 William Ashton.. 

4 Jno. Tndhope 

5M. E.Kane 

6 A. L. McLeod...] 

7 P. McMahon 

8B. Taylor 

9D. C. Wilson 

10 Jno. B. Chapman . 

11 Jro. B. Dailey.... 

12 IL W.Harrison... 
18 James Roberts ... 
14 Thos. B. Roberts.. 



Superintendent 
Svr. B.itBls.. 
I ( Div. Eng. \ 
\\Main.qfW.] 
\R.M.\LLLED. 

\Ass'i Do 

\R.M.2Afi<tiJ,k 

F.K.8.8.8.WD 

R. M. 3 «* 4 D.. 

R.Jf.6de D.. 

R. M. K. C. D. 

.Div. Mas.Mtch. 

\AssHD.M. M. 

L4m7 D. M. M. 

\G.F.Jf. Pow. 

\G.F. CarDep. 



Kansas City, Mo. 



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[jawrence, Kas. 



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Ellis, Eas. 
Hugo, Col 
Leaven worth.Ks. 
Armstrong, Kas. 
Ellis, Ka». 
LeaTen worth.Ks. 
ArmstroGg, Kas. 



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15 /Twww^n.— Wm. Valentine, Lawrence, Kas. ; A. 
Leowen, Wamego, Kas.; W. Turton, Brookville, Kas. ; 
F. Weisgerber, Wallace, Kas.; 8. Eland, Hugo, Col. 

Principal Shops, Armstronsr. Leavenworth and Ellis. 
Repair Shops, Lawrence, Wamego, BrookTille, Wal- 
lace and Hago. 

i'l) Colorado Dieision ; comprising the Den. Pac. RR., 
106 miles; Colorado Central RR., 189 miles ; D., 8. P. 
A P. RR., 32S miles ; Q., 8. L. A P., 52 miles ; B. V. 






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792 Union Pacific Vlj»^ Colorado Division^ 
Continved. 

Branch, 27 milea ; G., B. A C. Ry., 6 miles ; total, 708 
miles. 

1 Jos. K. Choate .... Sifperintendeni Denver, Col. 

2 P. Tonhy 'Ass*t. Supf 

3 J. Parka Svr. B. S Bit.. 

4T.H.Loomi. ij^.^Tf^^f 

5John Rapclje Om. Road Mas. " " 

6 Assistant Road Masters.— C. W. Burgdorf (D. P.. B. 
v., G. B. A C, & G.,.S. L. A P. Dists.). Denver. Col. ; 
E. A. Boardman (C. C, G.S. L A P., D. A M. P. DIpts.), 
Golden. Col.: J. C. Ryan (Union Depot Limits), Den- 
ver. Col.; A H. Egan, Denver, Col.; P. Dobl)ln8. <. omo. 
Col.; J. P. Schermerhom, BnenaYityta, Col. (D. A S. P. 
Dist.). 

7 P. Mertsheimer ...\Div. Mas.Mech.\DenxeTt Col. 

8 Spencer Otis j General Fm.. . 

9 David Patterson.. /V/i. Mot. Pow. 

10 T. G. Roberts \Fm. Car Dept. 

1 1 John Piccoli \Fm. Mot. Potp. 

12 £. G. Thompson.. i/'m. Car Dept.\ 

13 P.Dobbins \F/refnan Oomo. Col. 

14 W. L. Walker Foreman Lcadville, Col. 

Principal Shops at Denver and Golden. Repair 
Shops at Como and LeadviUe. 

(e) Idaho Division ; comprising the Oregon Short Line 
Ry., 540 miles ; UUh A Northern Ry., 461 miles ; Mon- 
tana Ry., 4 miles ; total, 998 miles. 

1 R. Blickensdcrfer. .S't/p^*f/}/<'n(/^MrPocatello, Ida. 
«JMB«n„et Mfefc*} 

»j-8««=i' \\%:^Z\ 

6 Edw. Braddock ..•&. Road Masl..^ 

6 Road Master s.-^m. Fitzpatrick. Montpcllcr. Ida.; 
n. Shnfflebarger, Pocatello, Ida. ; F. L. Olrotitead, Sho- 
shone. Ida.; Wm. Toombs, Logan, Utah ; E. Fanning, 
Eagle Rock, Ida.; Thomas Douglas, Silver Bow, Mont. 



Golden, Col. 



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7 J. S. Hickey 

8 John Mnckley . . . . 



Div. JViu..VMA.jPocate]lo, Ida. 
G. F. M. P. /)5p., Shoshone, Ida. 
9 8. K.Jackson O.F.CarDepA •» 

10 C. J. Smith \G.F.M.P TVp Eagle Rock, Ida. 

11 Jno. W. Panl ....'G.F. Car Dep. ! 

12 Jas. Bywater. . . ^Foreman iLogan, Utah. 

18 James Lyon Foreman jBattle Creek, Ida. 

14 W. J. Hemphill . . . Foreman JButte, Mont. 

General offices, Omaha, Neb., and 40 Wall St.. New 
York, N. Y. Financial Agency, 44 Equitable Building, 
Boston, Ma«s. Psincipal Shops at Shoshone, Eagle 
Rock and Batte. Repair Shope at Logan and Battle 
Creek. 

793 Union Pacific System.— Associatbd and 

CONTROLLBD LlNES. 

{a) Denver, Western and Paeijlc i?y.— Between Denver 
and Longinont. 90 miles. 

1 n. P. Bennett \RfcHver. IDenver, Col. 

(6) Nevada Ctntial Ry.—^aAi\e Mountain to Austin, 
94 miles. 



IC. W. Hinchcliffe.. 
2Ch. F. Adams, Jr.. 

3 8. R. Callaway 

4 C.W.Hinchclifle"«« 

5F. W. Dunn" 

CW. E. Killen 

7 James M Ham. . . . 

8 A. B. Hastings 

9 0.B. Vincent 



ReeeiveniSvpt. 

President 

Vice-President. 
S.itG.T.AF.A 
Trs. d Pur. A. 

Mast.Mech 

Trantfer Agt.. 
RdMstdSpp.A. 



Ans'in, Ner. 
Boston, Mass. 
New York, N. T. 
Aut^tin, Nev. 
BattieMount'n,N. 



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New York, N. Y. 

Austin, Nev. 
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Supt. Teleg 

General office, Austin, Nev. 

{c) Salina, Lincoln and Western i?y.— Salina to Lin- 
coln, 85 miles. 



1 A. L. Williams.. ,.\PreHdeni 

2 Geo. W. Veale Vice-President. 

3H. P. Dillon ...\Secretaiy 

4 J. Blickensderfer . . . Chitf Eoigineer 



Topeka, Kaa. 






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|fe^~ See note of explanation on first page. 

171 



J. H. WICKES, President. 



H. M. QUACKENBOS. Secretary. 



WICKES 

REFRIGERATOR COMPANY. 

General Offices, 205 La Salle Street, CHICAGO, ILL 

Branch Office, '*Osburn House Block," Rochester, N. Y. 

















Perfectly suited to the wants of all Railroads and Transportation lines. 



I'or JHoelllng Houges, HoteU, Club Houses, Markets, Crsatneries, 

ComtHlssion Houses, ete,, etc. 



Aw^v^arded. First Premiums and IMCedals at tlie TVorld'c 

Bltiozky Pfe-w Orleans, L»a,»9 li^SG* 



POOR & GREENOUGH, 

34 Wall Street, New York, 

AGENTS FOB THE 

Englisli Association of American Bond and 

Shareholders of London. 



Collect for foreign holders Dividends^ Coupons 
or Drafts, payable in any part of the United 

St a tes. 

Buy and Sell Government Bonds or liailway 
Securities in all markets. 

Railway Inuestimnts a Specialty. 



POOR & GREENOUGH, Bankers, 

34 WALL STREET, NEW YORK. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



703-80§. 



T93 Union Paclflc Symtem,^ CdntinvnJ. 

id) Utah dntral Saitway.—Ogden to FrUco, 260 
siiies. 

1 Ch. F. Adams, Jr.PreHdeni Boston, Mam. 

2 John Sharp I V.Pres. dO. 8. S.Laku City.Urah 

8L.S.Btil« \Tr«uur«r 

4 G«orge 8wan» »• . . Secretary 

6 Jamei 8harp \Ass't Oen Sup. 

6 F. Cope* G.POM.&FLA. 

7J. W. Fox CMtf engineer 

8 C. W. Hardy Aett. Engineer 

9 G. G. By water McuUrqfJIach. 

10 Petttr Reed \Jlast. CarRepr. 

118. H. Uills \Purch. Agt.... 

12 James M. Ham ..ATrantrfer Agt .New York, N. Y. 
18 J. U. Layd .Matter Car P. . S.Lake C1ty,Utah 

14 A. F. Doremns. . . . ii;/»^.({'/?o<id J/.l 

15 Jamen Liitluier ' Attest. Huad M, Joab, Utah. 

16 J. U. Ramel, Jr.» •; Car AecounVL.'^AA^^ City.Uiali 

General office. Salt Lake City, Utah. 

(«) Utah and Nevada i?y.— Salt Lake City to Termi- 
nos, 87 miles. 

1 Cha«. F. Adams, Jr. Pretideikt 'Boston, Mass. 






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2 W. W. KIter » 
8 Henry McFarland 

4 Oliver W.Mink.. 

5 8. F. Fenton 

A A. F. Dorenins. . . 

7 Robert Anderson 

8 8. W. Riter 



V.-Prt4. dfc^tfp^;8.Lake (.'iiy.Utah 
S(C. db lYeae... Bofeton, Ma:>s. 
CktrnptroUer . . . 
O. Fg. dt Tkt.A. S.Lake City, Utah 



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Chief KnyinffT 
Frn. Rep Shops. 
Road Moiter. . . 

General office, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

(/) Utah and Xorthern ^y.-Ogdcn to Silver Bow 
Jtiuction, Mout., 408 miles ; with brauchos, 57 miles. 

1 C. F Adams, Jr.. . . PreHdent Boston, Mass, 

Vice- President. 
See. and Treas. ** *' 

Oen. J#a;ia^r.. Omaha, Neb. 
Gen. Supt 0;^eu, Utah. 



2 Fred. L. Ames. . . . 

3 Henry McFarland 
4S. U.Callaway.... 
5W. B. Doddridge. 
OC. 8. StebDius..... 

7 P. P. Slielbr 

8 J. Bllckenfederfer 
y Clement Hackney. 



Oen. Ticket Agt. 
Gen.Fght.Agl. 
Chief Minaineei 
Master Mtdi... 



Omaiia, Neb. 



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794 Union Pacific Central Brancli, 

See Missouri Pacific Company. 

796 17Cab Central Rjr, 

See Union Pacific System^ Associated and Controlled 
Lines, 

796 Utah Eastern BR.— Coal Mines to Park 
Ciiy, Utiib, 27 miies. 

1 H. G. McMillan .. | RecHver | S.Lake Cit7,Utah 

797 Vtab and NcTada Ry. 

798 Utali and Northern Rjr« 

See Union Pacific System, Associated and Controlled 
Lines. 

799 Vtlea and Black River RR.-Utica to 
Ogdeu«burg, N.Y., iM milei« ; witu briincues and leaved 
lines, 179 milee. (Now a division of the Rome, Water- 
town, luid Ojirdensburg KH.) 

800 Vaea Valley and Clear Lake RR.— 

Elmira to Cache Creek, aM miles. 

1 A. M. Stevenson. . . Pres. db O. J/jtt. Vacaville. Cal. 

2 Ltfland Sianlord. . . Vice^PrtsitUrU. ^n Francisco, C. 

8J.O.B. Guun 

4 Geo. A. Stone 

6 A. V. Stevenson *. . 

G. B. Stevenson. . . . 

7 Jo«epli Young. ... 

General office, Vacaville, Cal. 

801 Valley Railway (Oliio).-CIeveland 
Vttiley Jauction, 7ti miles ; with branches, 6 miles. 

1 J. U. Wade President Clevehind, O. 



. Vice-Prtsident. 
Tttasurtr 



Secrtlary 

G.P^.ikPgt.A 
Superinttndeni 
Hoaa Master. 



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Vacaville, Cal. 
•Winters, Cal. 



801 Valley Railway (Ohio).— Continued. 
4 W.B.Porter"4»"»o iSte. d Auditor Cleveland, O. 



Gen. Manager 
G.FgtdPs.A. 

Mast. Mech 

Pureh. Agent. . 
Superinttndent 
Road Master... 



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Akron, O. 



5 Isaac Reynolds*^ . . 

6 R. A. Carran ...... 

7C. T. Johns... , 
H M. H.Farrasey. 
9W. M.Smtth. . 

10 T. Delaney 

General office, Cleveland, O. 

802 Valley Railroad (Virginia). 

See Baltimore and Ohio RR. 

803 Vandalla Line* composed of the follow- 
ing roads : St. Lonis, VandaUa and Terre Haute ; Terre 
ilaute and ludianapolie, and Terre Haute and Logans- 
port RRs. 

CoBPOBATB OrncvRB or THx Tbrrx Hautb akd Is(- 

DlaMATOLIS ii\L 



1 W. R. McKeen .... .President. 



8J.W. Cruft .Treaeurer 

8 G. £. Farrington.. I^lto. dbGen.Agt. 

Opiratiko OmcBRS 



Terre Hante, Ind. 



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4 Joseph Hill 

5B. R.Darlow 

tfH. W. Uibbard.. .. 

7K. A. Ford 

H J. M. Cheabrough . 
<J 11. K. Dering 

10 J. R. Kendall 

11 H. P. Wetbcll 

UK. K. Beniley 

13 C. Ii. Peddle 

14 W.S.Roney«*"9»»» 

15 G. H. Pretfcolt . . . 

16 Wm. Berry 

17 N. K. JBlhutt 

18 b\ C. Crawford . . 
lilH. G. Sleiglit'^... 
IMJ. G. WUliams... 

SI A. J. Gibbous 

22 K. B. Woolsey,... 
*JF. C. Cleaver 

24 C. Bntler 

25 C. Idler 

StiC. A. 8anbom 

27 John Schofleld. . . 

38 M. Reedy 

29 J. S. Brothers 



\Oen. Supt 

■Aee'tAupt 

, G. Ft. Agent . . 
. Gen.Pas. Agent 
\A. G.Pass.Ag. 
'A. G. Pass. An 
A. G. Ft. Agent 
\G.Ag.Ft.Jjept. 
G. Bag. Aqt... 
Purch. Agent.. 

Auditor 

Su. Mo. P. d M. 
Mas. Car Btdr. 
Mast. Tiansp.. 
Paymaster. .. 
Cur Account't. 
Gtn. Counsel.. 
Asst. Knginter. 
Supt. Teieg.... 
JJiv. M. M .... 
JJiv.M. M..... 
Fm. Loco. Rej) 
Fm. loco. Rep. 
Road Master. . . 
Road Matter . . 
Road Master,.. 



St. Louis, Mo. 
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Indianapolis.Ind. 
Terre Hanie, Ind. 
Indianapolis.Ind. 
IMttsburgh, pa. 
Terre Ilaute, Ind. 



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Indianapolis, Ind. 

I Terre Haute, Ind. 
j %i %i 

Efflngliam, III. 
! Indianapolis.Ind. 
U. St. Louis, 111. 
;Brazil. Ind. 
Effingham. III. 
lCrawfordav'le,In. 



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2 D. L. King i Vice-Pi eHdent. 

8 8. T.Kverett I'lreaturer 



Akrun« O. 
Cleveland, O. 



General office, Terre Haute, Ind. 

804 Verealllee and ]flldway RR. — Ver- 

sailicd to Midway, 8 miles. 

1 W. H. Graddy President A'crsaillea, Kj. 

2 T. II. Hays ; kice-P. A (7.1/: ; Louisville, Ky. 

3 J. P. Amsden \Tre<uurer Versailles, Ky. 

4 Robert Wallace.... I ^ite. dfcjftipt .. 

5 C. M. Browning. ...\G.P.AF. Agt. ** " 

6 A. B. Rich CEMMAMitfT " ♦* 

7 James Dully \Road Master . . {Midway. Ky. 

General office, Versailles, Ky. Transfer office. Mid- 
way, Ky. 

805 Vickeburs and Meridian Ry.y and 

806 Vlekaburc, SbreTeport and Paciflc 
Uy. 

See Queen and Crescent Route. 

807 Virginia Midland Ry. 

See Richtntmd and West Point Terminal Ry. 

808 Virginia and Trnckee RR. 

ID. O.Mills President New York, N. T. 

V.-P.dnG.Supt. Carson, ^ev. 
Ti'saeurer... 
Secretary.... 
G. F.dtPass.A. 

Auditor 

Purch. Agent.. 
Road Master.. 



2H. M. Yeringion... 

3 Agency Baiikof Cal. . 

4 K. B. Yeringion.... 
6D. A. B«iaera«4«.. 
6iieorgeT. Mills.... 
7 Hume Ycrington. . . 
8C. C. Athcrtoa 



Virginia, NeT. 

•• •* 

Carson, Nev. 



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POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



11 M. M. Myda \Fia.lirp. Shorn] " 

KD.Kelluy /■»!. ii/ctmO/1 

ISP, DufJi \Fnt. finndiy J "■ 

14 (;b(rlaiaicwt...|f'Ai. Ttrt ahopA " " 
Ocnertl offlcd, C*r>an. Stt. 
Ml Carton and Colorado SB. 
I n. M. VerlanoD.. P. A Gta, 8iip.Qumn, Nev. 

- ' -■•-l.\ " 

. . lEactsmeuUi, Cil. 

































OD.K.(;ulp 





Ocucnil olUcs, Cant 



B09 ViMlla Ballroad. 

1 R. K. U^dc \pTfil<H«t_^.^ . , . V!«ili», Cnl. 



tllL 10 AlUnUDl. (U.H UlllH 

nluCT, SI bIIbi ; CUyiOD V 



AaiiaiWB)' la £nnK- 
»i, gu.8 luilw : Blufli 
Koukuk. 4t.3 mllci ; 
KdwudeTllla Uniadi, 



B K. U. Wade . 
8 O. W. Stcvcni 
lOU.A.Uurd... 



..^Afl. UtH. Sap. Decilur, Jll. 
, . JIaMtr Trantp ( " 
, [dipt. TsUg....\ '• " 
.. JiwIifenl/iV.. aprlnglleHlll. 
. .\ut».CIalin Agll 
■OUT DkrAimiiKT. 
I Gm. Flit. Agt.. ChteiEO, 111. 



ttE.f.WUbiir.... 
aSW. yUunaiif... 

asU. F. Jucdau.'.'. 

MU. Uta»ik 

KK. ti. Wllllauu.. 

as L', P. Fi!««a 

MJ. A.Uniigar.. 



SJ. A.HcMillul... 
asw. J.HeLaui.... 
M J. W. Curlaitanc]-, 



37 B. I*. Bania 

US. Allan.... 
aa O. H. Taiei 



Gtn.Paa. Ant, Chluea. III. 

.V.iV.Tyr.y.J. Hllwnglcec. ^ 
Vtt^ Tlu. Agt. m. iMUia, Ua. 
■" — «w..Jv(.. 



»IVJ^ 



>.AqI.\ 



<(^™, 



i^ui..dff(. Dallu, Tei. 
* Tkl. A.!ToleUo o 

.Buvi. PitMi. Ag.Jtckna, siiia. 
:rra«. ni«. a. O'lt lUplila.Mlcb. 
" — "■— ' •■ — ■- III. 



B 1 1 tfaliaaht Obeater and WMtern RB. 

\rruideM SI. LoulH. Ho. 

I r.P. <t Treni. UHettar, 111. 



! C. B. Col 
I II. C. Cii 
IJ. L.nir 



r]Vit\Aii.,O.Fa;P.A.\ 
Gananl office, CbHier, 111. 
SIX Wabaah WMUrn Br.- 

UHigaliipl Itiver. SUT.t mllai ; llnui ' 



luir.... iSM.it /vmj.. 



lOS. H. Ocnho] 
11 U. B. Howanl 
U W. II. BlDdEt 



PunA. Agtul.. 

CarOert:. Agt. 

04n. CarAecl. 

LlojU \0. Claioi Agt. 

'—' tlhlrf Hurgic- 



V. Juck- 
'.mJS: 



I.Mc 



H. XcCIbUui. 

II. Hall 

N. Hcrlcllan.. 
D. UcUeaih .. 
H.Hiulicllildt 



Otn. Bat. Jgf.iNeiT York. K. 1 

A\Y.matiAgt.\ 

Ho. Sail. Am. .\ •• " 

y.Sng. Agt..,VotUM.1HM. 

UitfruJAOMf,. Pllbburcb, Pa. 

Vanaillan .1 ;(. 'Da trait, ^leh. 

■■ Ay.Torr-- "- 

mnaMi.a^gl.C>m 
WattTH AgaU. Km 
TfavtatngAgl. 
'■' Watt. Agt. Onu 



Pae. CvOMlAgt.S.Fnuaico.ca. 

40 F. W. Onsoe TtatetUng Agt. St. Luula, Mo. 

41 eommrr<Ai/-iB(n(«.—D.F.R. Clark, Chicago, 111.; 
:, U. llydaoD, HI. LoDlh Ho. : W. II. ReodTKaiisw 

ilj, Ho.; II. A. HuiKll, St. Joaaph. Mo.; F. U. Uaoll, 



U iiluSa, ia.! C. II. liaiDpH>ii.'Uui' 



iiUui fWlgU Agtnti.— 

!. ». Knlgtit. Dalrall, 1 



W5.; 



813 Wslden>aRldceKK.-Oak<lBleJniictiDii 

> Ullier'a Spring, IS uillifB. 

lK.R.Clluniian,...]ftiMi<toi(. New Totk, N. T, 

- K, C. Lackland. . n«-/Vui(lm(. HI. Loala, Mo. 

C.H. Kickw Wc. * 7V«u,.. Xrw York, N. T. 

Ueo. J. Kliual |A(|)Brin<«d«( [ullrcl Spga, Telia 

QcDonl omcc. 36 Bnad at., Kair Tork, N. Y. 



Jffldml 

Sk. a Triat. . 
Otn. Managtr. 



Kxeur. AgaUt.\D*Byma, 
fommtr. Agt. .\H'a\nej ,l\ 
TuktAgtMt ..'■-— ^-^- 






': G. li. Qnia'.'.'.'. 

ij. J. Furrvll , 



Tnf/UiMgT..'.'. 

tfoi. Pom, Ag\ 
Um. Bag. Agt. 
f ,*iV £h. . . . 
^ug>. of Brdgt 



WeehawkED M.J. 



' jSh iiofe of tsplanation on first page. 
174 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



§15-931. 



815 Warren and Famsvrorth BR.— Clar- 

eudon to VandeKrift, 10 niili*« ; branchei), 5 utile:?. 

1 M. Waten Pf-eMd^nt Warraa, Pa. 

% M. B. Dunham Vice- President. 

3 J. P. Jefferson ikfTftarv 

4 A. D.Wood TreoM. S G. Af.\ 

5C P. Wilkiii8 ... Auditor iClarendon. Pa, 

• ^l'Ti?::!:„i?5" I- (^n. Solicitor*.. Vf^nen, Pa. 



I 

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A Hinckley 

7 P. Savage 

8 L. W. Daly . . . 



J 



j Clarendon, Pa. 



Matter Mech 
Road Ma^Ur. 

Oeueral ofiicc, Warren, Pa. 

810 Wa»hlnfftoB9 Ohio and Western 

RII.-hNow leuifed by Uichmond and Danville KR.) 

817 Wanhlncton and Potomac RR.- 

Me<:haiiic6TillH lo linndywlue, 20 miles. v.Late iiouth- 
em Maryland KK.; 

1 R.M. Palaifer Prvtident Boston. Maas. 

•2 AdolphueMerriam. VictPrtiMent. JJo^Framiu-ham, 

3 James Lone; ■ Trea^yrer. . . | Philadelphia, Pa. 

4 Robert H. Goud....|.;il^re/ary j 

5 J. B. Ridgway ... .iiupfrintundehtlQnndyvdnii, ilLd. 

General office, Philadelphia, Pa. 

818 Waterloo and ^ai^off Ry.— Waterloo 

uui \ alley Hy., 10 miles. 



822 Western Maryland RR.— 7?a/^i//iori<in(/ 
HarrUbuty Jiy.—tkmtinMd. 

3 0. G. Ucrmun JIom. of Mach . Uonovcr, Pa. 

4 Geo. Baublitx HupcrcUor ' 

823 Western North Carolina RR. 

Se^ Riehtnond and \V6nt Prtint Terminal RR. 

824 W^eatern Railway of Alabama.— Sol- 

mu to Wedt Point, 138 miles, and 

Atlanta arui Wtjtt PKAnt IlR.—EoAt Point to West 
Point, 81 miles. 

Officcrs or Br>TU Railkoaus. 

1 L. P. Grant l^rt^ident AllaLt;i, G;i. 

2 H. M. Abbeti* * • »" ,Ser. cfc Tttcu. . . 1 

3 Cecil Gabbelt> . . , 

4 C. U. Cromwell^ * 
5J. £. Worn wick. 

6 C. D. Wall 

7 William Mims.. 

8 G. W. Uarribou . . 
•J R. Bartels 

lOE.li.McDaniclToi 
11 J. C. McKcuzie.. 






Uin. ifa/ujyer. !Montgomery..\ia. 

Gtn.F.AF. Agt 

MatttT Mtch . . . 

.\i<ut. Car B>. 

Road MaM^r.. 

Road Maattr.. 

For. J*fU. :ihop 

Car Accou/U t. 



Train /Hup.. 
General office, Montgomery, Ala. 



Atlanta, Ga. 
^ima, Ala. 
Siontgomvry,Ala. 



to Mugog, 23 miles : Miisisqi 

1 Ral oh Merry Prtrideni 

2 A. li. M«oi-e fyfcrttary 

'4 4. B. Fntvciye .Unp. dfc rur. A. 

4 C. Courville | RtHsd Matter . 



Magog, P. Q. 

•• •• 

St. Johns, P. Q. 
S. Sittckley, P. il 

General office, Waterloo, Qae. 

8 19 Wayuesbars and Wasblngton RR. 

See Peniuyltania Cutnpaity. 

820 Western and Atlantic RB.— Atlanta 
to chatcauoogu, 133 miles. 



825 W^esiern Railway of Florida. —Green 

Cove bprings to Terminus, 15 miles ; branch. 2 miles. 

1 Dexter Ilnntor Prtsident Jacksonville, Fla. 



Prenident 

r.-/»., 8. A Tr. 
\ Geu. Sunt 



Atlanta, Qa. 



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4> 



4( 



1 Joseph B. Brown. 
2W.C.Momll«*»»«> 

3 R. A Anderson*. 

4 A. B. Boetirk ' .4**7. fiiipt ....\ 

5 Joseph M. Brown, rrcn. F &. P. A.-. 
6J. L. Dickey U4«#. Gm.F.A. 

7 Alton Angler 'Ain. 6V«. /'. A. 

8 Julius L. Brown .. <wtn. Attorney. 
*J J. C. Courtmy. . . Unn. AccuunCt. 

10 W. A. AuderHUi . . I Ticket Auditor 

11 E. C. SpaldiuK? mi tar AccounCt..' 

12 M. L. Collier \Ma»t. Meeh . . . . i 

13 William Keuyon..l.lfM/. Cor Bid., 

14 C. Beardsley .Train I/Up....\ 

15 W P. Moriiig \jfa*.CarI'aint.\ 

Iti M. H. Dooley iRoad MoMtrr . . I 

17 U. A. Builer [Huperi'itor j Keiieuw, Ga. 

iSee also (itort/ia Associated Traffic Lifus. 

821 W^estern Counties Railway. — Yar- 

mouth to Digby, 67 miles. 

1 L. B. Baker ' I^tident Yannonth, N. 8. 

■i J. W. BIngay .sir. ,* Trean. . . 

3 J. Bri-'ftelT \i}apt.i¥ Pur. A. 

4 D. J. Murphy \ Road Master . . 

822 Western lUaryland RR.— Baltimore to 
Williamsport, W miles ; Baiiimore and Cumberland 
Valley KR , 84 miles. 

1 John M.Hood Pra. db O. if., i Baltimore. Md. 

2 J. S. Harden* « • 10 ^<.. jf. 7>yoj,. . . 

3 B. H. Griswold«... I «««./'. A P.A.\ 

4 JDWhittingtou> t s //e;i. T.A.dbAu. 

Mast, cf Mach. 



aj.C. Grecly 

S W. J.Wilson 

4 O. A. Bndington. . 
5C. H. Blakeslee... 

John Walsh 

7 C.Tyler 



Hfcretary . ... 

TYeasurtr 

(JtH. Hujtt 

.is.Sup.AM.M 
Agt. A Account 
Fi^/U Clerk.. 



Gr'nC'veSpgsFla 



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General offices. Green Cove Springs, Fla. 

820 West Rranch and Ifloorestovrn.— 

Moorestown to Muskegon Rivcr, 11 miles. 



1 John Torrent ,I*reMdent 



2 II. O. Lange. . 

3 W. a. HoiNira. 



Vic4i-Prtmitnt. 
Sec. Jt Treat... 
Utn.Managrr. 



Muskegon, Mlctk 



4 John Lynch 

General office, Muskegon, Mich. 

827 Weat Feliciana RR.- Bayou Sara, La., 
to Woodville, MIts., ;JU miles. 

1 J. B. McGehee Pmt.AGcn.Su. WoodviUe, Miss. 

2 J. :». McGehee ' Catth.&Uen.An 

3 J. A. Tilton Ma^t. Mec/lanu 



FffiitTrans/.A 
Conductor 



Bayou Sara, La. 
>Voodville, Mis«. 



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5 David Iloltz 

6 J. £. Mathews.. 

7 W. K Straw . . 

8 J. H. Nnssear^. 

9 Robert J. Adair. 
10 A L. Garduer^^ 
HE. W. Leeds.... 



Eng.dBoad.M 
Ass't. Road M. 
Mat. Car Rept. 
I*urch. Agent.. 
Train Matter.. 
Mat.OarPaint. 



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General office, Baltimore, Md. 



UnlonBridge,Md. 
Baltimore. Md. 
UnionBridgo,Md. 

Baltimore. Md. 
*• >. 

CnlonBrldge,Md. 



4 Wash. Hands 

5 George Argne 

General office, Woodville, Miss. 

828 West Jersey Railroad. 

Set PenmtyUania dyftem At^ociited Linet. 

829 West Peon and Shenaafo Connect- 
inii KR.— Coaltown Junction to Butler, 2u miles. 

1 James T. Blair AW. db I*re/t. . . . Gn'cnville, IV 

2 Jului M. Thompsou, yias-iYetident.liixiHeTn Pa. 

3 J. D. stiufrou liSec. A Treat . . I Greenville, Pa. 

General office, GreenTil<e, Pa. 

830 West Shore RK. 

See Xew York Central and Jfudton River RR. 

831 West Vircinia Central and Pltta- 
barjih RR.— Piedmont to Davis, 58 miles, with 
bnuicu, 3 mites. 

President 'Piedmont, W.Va. 

VicelrttideiU. Davis, W. Va. 



(a) Baltimore and JTarritdurg J?y., 67 miles. 

1 H. D. Scott [Superintendent, Hanorer^ Pa. 

SJoecphLeib \IHv. F. db P. A.\ 



1 H. G.Davis 

2 S. B. Klkinn 

8£.W.!i. Moore... 

4T. B.Davis 

6U. W. Harriaon... 
tf James Parsons 

7 G. D. Woodrow . . . 

8 £. W. Lippincott. 

General office, Piedm<mt, W. Ya. 
Union Truat Co., Now York, N. Y. 



Sec. db lYtat, . . 
fsen. Manager. 
(J.T.F.dbPurA 
Ckuf Engineer 

AmiOor 

:dati. MechanU 



Baltimore. Md. 
Piedaioni, W.Va. 






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Transfer office 



Id^ See note of explanation on first page. 

175 



C. D. HORN, Prat. GRANT WILKINS. ChLrf Engineer. W.B. MILES. 5eG'r«MnEr. 

ATLANTA BRIDGE AND AXLE CO., 

PAID IN CAPITAL. SISO.OOO. 

Iron, Steel and Connbination Bridges, 

Iron SHbitrHfltnm, TMrtUabUt, £«•/> oihI elrrfor*. 
A.rriL.A.NfA., 6A. 



MURPHY & COMPANY, 

MANUFACTUffEltS OF 

JEtcLilway Sixrfcicers, 'VcurrttsTtes ^ Jcupcuns. 

CUBVEI-ANU. 
ST. 1L.OXIIS. 




JOHN H. BARKER. PiHidenI, Mkhigin Cky. Ind. JOHN W. OGDEN, Tieuursi, Chiato, 111. 

N. P. ROGERS. Sccitisry. Michi,ai. Ciiy. Ind. 

HASKELL & BARKER CAR CO., 

PASSENGER, BAGGACrAND FREIGHT CARS. 

Works and General Office, Michigui Citjr, Ind. 

CAtoiffO ogtre, IVS Dtarbont StTtrt. 



EOAV^AJRO I>. WHITE Ac CO., 

Clay Gas Retorts, Fire Brick, Gas House Tile, Blocks, Etc. 

MANUFACTOBV: OFFICE: 

Van Dyke, Elizabeth U Richards Sts., No. 66 Van Djke Street, 

BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



Established 1863. 



charx.es b. PAxrXa, 

warranted'han'd-cut files, 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS. 



935-§90. 



883 l¥eaton and Bockliannon RR.— 

Weaton to BuckhannoB, 15H miles. 

IJ. M. Bennett President -Weston, W. Va. 

S Ivaac Jacluon i Vlce-PresiiierU. 'Jane Lew^V^. Va. 

See. db IV«w...iWe8ion, W. Va. 

(i.aupt.APJL. 



8M. W. Uarriaon.... 

4 A. H. Kanit 

6 £. M. Vandenroort. 

6 M. Cleary 

7T. Connel 



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rulton, W. Va. 



O.Ft.dbTk.A. 
Hup. of Road. 
8. qfJiHdges. 

Locomotive and Car Repair Shops at Weston, W. Va. 

833 HTheelinc ftnd Elna GroT« RR.— 

Wneeltng to Elm Qrore, 7 miles. 

I J. D. Dubois President jWheeling. W. Va. 

« E. J. Katter» « » «. . ,5«r. <fe TVm*. . . 
8 C. Uirscb* Superintendent 

4 H. Bowers Fmn. Shops. . 

5 A. D. Palmer Fmn. Irack. . . 

Oent-ral office, Wheeling, W^. Va. 

834 Wli««lln9^ and Lake Erie Ry.— Toledo 
to Bowerston, 175 miles ; Huron Branch, 18 miles. 

1 Geo. P. ToTTii%t... President iNew York, N. Y- 

2 D. B. Garrison. . . . Vice- President, ^i. Loai<», Mo. 

8E. B.Allen ^Secretary .. ..!New York, N. Y. 

4 M. D. Woodford . . Gen. Afaiia^«r. 'Toledo, O. 

58. 11. Ayers [Auditor.. 

6J. M. Hall* \Gei^.Pass.Afft' 

7A.G. Blair .0. Ft . Agent . . 

8H. J. Booth \A.O.Ft. Agent. 

9C. A. Wilson \CMsfEn0neer 

10 A. H. Tborp» •....( Cash.dl'ai/nir.\ 

II N. A. Soraers [ Train ira«/tfr..>NorwaIk, O. 

13 0. P. Dnnbar Master Mech 



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Boad Master. . 
Gen. Car Agent 
Gen. Agent.... 
Oen. Agent. ... 
Purchasing A.. 



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18 John Hillhonse. . . . 
14 D. McEntaffer . . 
15E. L. Gates'^ ... 

16 J. K. Terr/ 

17K. B. Cooiidge.. 

18 W. a Woodlord 

19 Ira Conklin iFrnn. Car Btp. 

General office, Toledo, O. 

835 Wliltefleld and 

Wbitefleld Janction to Jefferson and Camp Carroll, 16 

miles. 

1 Nathan R. Perkins., P^^icf^n^ Wbitefleld, N. H. 



Toledo, O. 
Pinsbnrgb, Pa. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Toledo, O. 
Norwalk, O. 



Superintendent 

Clerk 

Treasurer 

Cashier 

G. Ft. Agent .. 
G. Tkt. Agini.. 



Manchester, N.n. 
Boston, Mass. 
Jefl'erson, N. H. 
Wbitefleld, N. H. 
Plymouth, N. U. 

LocomotlTe and 



2 A. L. Brown 

3 Samnel N. Bell 

4 Edward D. Harlow. 
6Ed ward Ray 

6 Warrvn G. Brown.. 

7 Geo. R. Storer 

General office, Wbitefleld, N. H. 
Car Repair Shops at Wbitefleld, N. H. 

836 irmte UTater Railroad. 

See Ft. Wavne^ Cincinnati and Louisville RR. 

837 WliltneyTllIe and nachlasport 

RR.— WhitneyvUlv to Machiasport, 8 miles. 

1 John K. Ames {President Macbiasfi, Me. 

3 C. Sullivan | Treasurer Whitney ville,Me. 

838 WlcMca and IVcatern RR. 

See Atchison, Tapeka and Santa FeRy. 

839 iricomlco and Pocomoke RR.— 

Salisbury to Ocean City, SU miles. 

1 L. ShowelH < Pres. dt G.Supt. Berlin, Md. 

SU. J. Heniys* ^Sec. A Treas... 

8 8. McMuUan \Road Master. . 

840 Wlgg^na Ferry Go.—Wiggins Car Trans- 
fer, Madison County Car Transfer, lUiuoiB and St Louis 
Car 'l^ransfer. 

1 John Scnllin . . . 
8 A. C. Church... 
3H. L.Clark .. 
4H. W. Gays.... 



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President 'St. Louis, Mo. 

Vice-President. \ 
8«c.&Trea8...\ 
Manager | 

841 WUkesbarre and IVcstern RR.— 

Watnontown lo Miilville, 23 miles. 



IR. T. McCabe 

8 John M. Caldwell. 
3 8. H. Hicks 



President... 
Treasurer .. 
Sec. <ft Supt. 



New York. N. Y. 
Milton, Pa. 
Watsontown, Pa. 



842 urilllamaport and Nortli 

RR.— Hairs to Nonlmont, 88 miles. 

1 Beni. G.Welcb* « » *Pres. db G.Mgr. 



Rrancli 



3De WittBodlne.... 

8C. W. Woddrop... 

4B. H. Welch 

5J. S.Bailey. ... 

6 S. D. Townsend 
i7 W. A. Mason... 
'8G. Woodley.... 



Vice-lYesident 

Treasurer 

Sicrftary 

O. Accountant. 

Auditor 

Chi^ Engineer 
Man, Mechanic 
Road Master. . 



Hugbesville, 



Pa. 
































9 Aleck Uubb 

General office, Hugbesville, Pa. 

843 l¥illiani»toiBrn and Delaware Rlirer 

Rta.— Atco to Glassboro, 18 miles. 



1 Austin Corbin 

3 A. A. McLeod 

8 Albert Foster 

4 John Welch 

5 J. LowrieBell 

6 C. G. Hancock. . . 

7 S. Garwood* • » < • 



Presid«nt 

Gen, Manager.. 

Secretary 

Treaeurer — 
Gen. Ttc^.Mgr. 
Gen. Pass. Agt. 



Philadelphia, Pa. 




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Camden, 


N.J. 



SuperinUhdent 

844 lVllmlns»on« Chadbonrn and Gob* 
iway boro* R jr.— Chadbonrn, N. C, to Loris, 8. C, 
SO miles. 



President . . . .'Cbadboum, N. C. 
Supetintendent 



CM^ Engineer 
Gen. Auditor 



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1 W. II. Chadbonrn. 

2 J. H.Chadbourn,Jr. 

3 W. H.Cbadbourn.Jr 

4 J. B. Chadbonrn, Jr. 

General office, Chadbonrn, N. C. Locomotive and 
Car Repair Shops at Chadbonrn, N.C. 

845 l¥llmlnston, Colnmbla and An* 
irusta RR. 

See Atlantic Coast Line. 

846 Wilmington and Northern RR* 



1 H. A. DuPont 

2E. B Shiirter 

3 A. G. McCannland I 

4P.B.Hibbard ».'.'... 
5F. KHills 

6 George Kommel . . . 

7 T. B. Townsend* . . 

8 W. K. Harris.. .. 



Pretident 

SecdTYan^f.A. 

Treas. A Supt. 

G.Pass.dtFt.A. 
Chi^ Engineer 
Matt. Mech.... 
Auditor 



Wilmington, Del 






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Coatesville, Pa. 



Transfer Agt.. 
General office, Wilmington, Del. 

847 Wllmlnston and IVeldon RR. 

See Atlantic Coast Line. 

848 l¥lnd»or and Annapolis Ry.— Annap- 
olis to Windsor, 81 miles ; Intercolonial Ry., 14 miles ; 
Windsor Branch RR., 3* miles. 



IP. Totbill 

2W. R. Campbell. 

3 P. Innes 

4 J. W.King .. .. 
5K. Sutherland... 

6 John Carroll.... 

7 P. Gifkins 

8W. Yould.. .. 
9 W. Grierson 



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President London, Eng 

Secretary 

Gen. Manager,. 
Asst. Manager. 
Road Master. . . 
Trqf. Supt — 
O.P.dbT.AdA. 
Mast. Meek . . 
M. Oar Painter 



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General office, Keniyillo, N. 8. 

849 UrinlfVede Railroad.— Winif rede Janc- 
tion to Winifrede, 6 miles ; Coal Branch, 1 mile. 



1 Theodore Wright. 

2 Jameo A. Wriglit. . 
8 D. W. Chandler. . . 
4R.B. Cassady 



Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Winifrede,W.V». 



President 

TVeaswer. 

aecretary 

Superisuimdent 

General office, 306 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. Lo- 
comotive and Car Repair Shops at Winifrede, W. Vs. 

850 HVtseonaln Central Line.— Composed 
of the Wisconsin Central RR. and its associated and 
leaved lines. Main Lines, St. Paul to Chicago, 468 
miles ; Rugby Junction to Milwaukee, 25 mika ; Ab- 
botsford to Aabland, 133 miles ; Stevens Point— Por- 
tage Branch, 71 miles ; Montelle Branch, 7 miles ; Meuk 
iiavha Branch, 1 mile ; Rib Lake Branch, 6 miles ; Eas 
Claire Branch, 10 miles ; Pcnokee Branch, 60 miles. 

1 John A. Stewart. . . I Trustee (Milwaukee, Wis. 

2£dwinH. Abbot... TViis^M 



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See note of explanatixm on first page. 

177 



860 inUuni 



'OOB'3 DIHECTOBT OF RAILWAY OFHCIALa 



:01>alii Csiilral lAae—OoJUiiraid. 

Tnalta' A., \ HUwuohM, W 
ft-.. T.. I. C.\ 



:^ Colby j 
.Abbot.. 



8 Jimsi Barlieri ■ 
va.O.Bulow.... 

10B B.H>Dfl 

IIFradcrick Abbo 

UA. Lawrence. .. 

IS Edwlrd Fergnu 

IS R.w'.MBgatra'" '• 

leC.C.McIaod 

171). 8. Were 

UHanrdHotTli... 
leP. A. Merrill... . 
ION. J. Finney... , 

«P. Wslllng 

KM.J. UiulDi.... 

»Cbu. F. VltXio.. 

U Sim Del H. BrowD 
%H. A. Biran 

t7CDU. Hernnuu.! 

KH.O Faller 

»n.I. HiiboDeyX' 



r.-Pra. A -~- 
Man, Dlndor 
Otn. Manaatr, 
Alt. O. itgr. . 
A.. O.P.AT.A. 
Um. Fgi. Agt . 
Ami Oen. F.A. 
Comp,ALd-A.- 
\Atit. Oomp 



Parcit, AgmU.. 
Ota. aOtiiiiOT. 
Alt. SMcUor.. 
S.,C.M.±B.DH 



iW. BR. 
.S.,D. d 
.Vol/. JIacA 



S.'t..[ 
dP.O. 



SUreni Pt., Wto. 

ChlppewmFila.W 
Pt., WU. 



Oblcuo, 111. 
Mllwaukes. Wll. 
Menuba, Wta. 
Geninl Eutem 



dm. Ag4til — 

.... '.\Tlot.SJH»Ag. 
A^tnlt.—V. P, Tuppe 
aK"ui, «Bw lork, N. Y.; F. H. Anson, 
Ageni UinnMpollji. Minn, TravUtng .-,- ... 
aSurvfin, New Tort. N. Y,; Tbumu Hldndil 
tte«l, (ioe.;_ J. N. Robln«on,_>illi™il(i», Wii. 

a«» Pat 



B6S Wood Klv«r Branch HB.-Wood 

RIvor JuncUon to Hops Vmllej, « mlla. 

lHBrrii>LsmpliBiv...:/>r«UmI RockvUle, S. I. 

«OeorBB H. Oliie.>,,|ZV(a«.,S. * .:!. Hope Valley, it. I. 

4 Hearj A. dark!!. .leoiKtJrrMWr ..| 
Locomotireand Car Repair Shop* M Hope Valley, 

Bfi3 nroo4alock RallriMid.— Wooditack to 



Pmiatni WooditodE, vc 

Via-PitMent |; |; 

TVgoi. *3uta.\ '■ " 

lOtn. Mimagtr. iLjoioaiiOe, Vt. 



gC. 



P. Mitn>b... 
O Port* 



Tbomption. 

Audilora.-LewlaPran. F. N. BiUlnn.J. 8. Mos 
gue, Woudilock, Vt. 

Oeoeial oOlce, WoodMock, Vt. 

8G4 WorcfBtcr and Bkrewabary KB. 
VurasatH lu Lake QnlnalianiDDd. 1 mllea. 

IH. H. BIgelow IPnt. tt TWa* .IWorccatet. V* 

ES. K. KIndley \AuiHlor |»prlnc<>o1a.><*' 

SI. B. Blselaw* iSHpf. <t Ae... .iWorceiter, M» 

<L, Blgelow Om. T.dtP.A.l 

DC. A. Ll.velaod.... JfoK. Jf«A... 
S loba HaWlna .. ..\SoaaMaiUr...\ 

Oenvn) olHcc, Worcaaier. Haai. 



mile*. 



1 Bottom Mr.— York. 



e.; J. N. Roblneon, I 
t. Lonli, Uv.; J. J. Ft 

I. C. Fnller, ' 



e, Wis. 



«,; J, 1. Feiry. Mlnnewolla, Mlon. 
ttt AtHiU^ C. S. Robb, Bl. I^dI. 
r, CMc»go, 111. : T. C. CllOorf, Mll- 

CoDOBctini 



? BeorjB W, Rnpp.. 



St Fr^MAinnf.—'W. F. Bemla. Qgnaral Bai 
Agent, Nkw York, N. Yj O. P, Goihlin. — ■ — 
Aui^iii, PitUbuTg, Pa. TrawBing Aamtt : ^. u. » 
Walkin. Boston. Mim,; J. J. Wlnoet, Detroit, Mlcb,; i 
R B. Wilson, Mile* Cltr, Mont,; J. B. CBianagh, Com- 
... . — . ^^. — , jj, g T. Huoy, Morth-wei 



S U. J, UcKlj 
866 ^ 
ml lei. 



Ao.nu.A.: 

c.s.ttri.A.l 

■oi.efMaiA . 
Ma^. Car ff«i, 
TVantT- Agml 



866 VonKhlOKSBy BB.-'In(lD to anrlckliy, 

Fblladelpblk, Pa. 



n A|[ent, Minneapolis, Minn. 



I, Wi*. LocomotlTa 



t Jamea Flemlnjt . . 



I T. Fiank Wolf. 
Kelly! 



OJ.W. B 



ititgnwB 



3upl. AKag.. 
a.P.AF.Agl 

RJr%t 



Pmn.Jliti. Siop P< 
, ao» South Third St., PhlUddpUk, Fl 
Imlii and SooHcUey, Pa, 



Penn Station, Pa. 



Repair Yards 
8S7 ZaneiTllla and Obto River BB,- 

PrujKicd from ZanesTllla to Harmar, U mite* ; Mat- 
pleted from Zaii»TllIe to Stockport, M mllai. 

IJames Buckingham I n-Ml((«/ iZioeaTllla, O. 

t William ti. Harlan.. i^l*rT*(arv ... 1 " 

ID. B. Hatch TYvomnr (New York, N. T. 

4E.A. Oreang [CJUlf Smahittr'.ZABttvtUa, O. 

Qeneral olSce, Zaneaiilla, O. 



tS~ See note of explanation on jirst page. 

178 



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Addison CoanS7 Leio*«:er Jc. Vi., to 

AsricaltnrBl Afuch. Pnmiii^^CeB..toPrBtuJc. 

Anon Br.of CleTei'd A Ptttsb. Hadsoo. O., to MlUenbanr. O 

^i«K*tif AChatTiwoogi Waahatchie,TeiiB., to XeridiBnJIiw. 

AlBbama A Fonda MooigoiDer7, Aim., to PoUaid. Ala. .. 

fti«w.»«« St FkxidBof FlB....:PeBsacuiBJc., Aim., to FeBMcob. FU. 
A Utntm* A Xuwudppi Ufcn Selmm, Aim., to York ScatioD. Aim. . . . 

f^lmh^m^ ^ TrnnntttP W:wn. fi#>Im^ Ala^ to ««^ IfnmitAin 

AlahBinB Central .Selma. Ala., to Laadetdale, Mi»d. .. 

Albany Bsidse Orer SfiMiarippi Btrer at Clinton. Ia> 

Albany A Scbec^tadr ' Aibanr, N. T., to Schenectady. N. Y. 

Albany A Wc«t Stockbridge JAlbanr. N. T.. to Miiaarhanrttt line. 

Albany Noctheni 'Alhiny, X. Y., to Watetfbrd Jc.N.Y. 

Albany, Vermont A Canada. . Albany, N. Y.. to Waterfotd Jc,N.Y. 

Albia, KnoxT'e A Dea Xoine* Albia, U., to KnoxTiIlc,]a 

Alexandria A Bloomileld. . . . • f ^^^ ^^«n.aiM«^ ,n.a 

Alexandria A XcbfaskaaxT.U^** **'"***'•****"** 

Alexandria, London A H'p« e. Alexandria. Va.. to Hamilton, Va 

AllefEan A Holland [So nwd boilt by thiii A. A H. RK.C0. 

AIle«ean A Sontheacteni .. ..'Allegan. Mfch., to Montdth. Mich. .. 

AUe^y Centra: Friendship. N. Y.. to Swain's. N. Y. 

All^any Central, Coosd Olean. X. Y.. to Swain*s, N. Y 

Allecheny A Bald Eagle. \] ^'l^^^^^^^^'^^: \ 

AOeg^ieny Portage Hollidaytbaig,PaMtoJohnstown.Pa. 

AlHance A Lake Erie .'Alliance, O., to Phalanx, O 

Alton ASt. Looia ! Alton, 111., to St. Loai«, Mo 

Alton A Sangamon. Alton, Dl., to Bloomington, Dl 



li.fO Addiior. Naise chanced. 

di.S8 0:d Colony CXmuoL, March 5, 18681 

«3.:S Clew.. Mt. Vernon A PeL.Conwl.. Dec. tO^ MMl 

«S0.16 Alabama A Gt. S^ athem. Jacoary tt. I:s7t.^ 

1 !4.(N> Mobile A Montgrmery ... ConiolidatSon in lt4& 
il.M Loai»Ti-l« A NathTilltf . By parch. in F^b.. '«a 
SI.aOE. Teen.. Virginia A 6a. .ConMlUatlon in Ifcflk 

l;&.a> E. Tenn.. Virginia A Ga. Jane, 14. IS^l.* 
V5.00 E. Tenn.. Virginia A Ga. Consolidation in IIWl 
l.lOChicaco A Northwenitern . PonrhaMd in 18)1. 
]7.a> NY. Central A Hcdsco R Con«ol., Nov. 1, liiiiL 
a».aD Boston A AIi«ny iConi^ol. . Dec. asL itML 

' U.18 AJbany A Vermont October *, lj«L* 

14 l& Albanr A Vermort October 3u 185a.* 

».90Chic,^ariii!«'n A <^aincy B'ltbyC..B.Aahi*» 

Mi««»i.iaw.4N>b ..; jsjj ri^ra?*- 

44 .CO Wash^. Ohio A Wei^Tem. Mav 9. 1868.* 

Chlcajso A W. Michigan. :Thfo* cona. G. H. RB. 

11 .50 Michi^n A Ohio. . . . ,By piirchaae tn laSS. 
S9.69 Lickawanna A Pitt«b*|rh..Cun$ol.. Mar. M.iaja 

W.» Lackawanna A Pixteb'^h. '^ 



Bald Eagle Valley. 



I Palmer. Ct., to Amherst. Ct. 



AMfw«w T^n.*^ A •Pw.w n«« < Owa*io, Mich., to Lansing, Mich — 
Amboy, Lans g A Tiar. Bay ^ ,LM,^ing\ Mich., to JoneaSue, Mich. . 

American Central Galva. HI., to New Boston, 111 

American Fork ;Amn. Fork City.U., to DeerCYeek, U. 

Amherst A Belchertown 

Amherst, Belcht*n A Palmer. 

Anderson. Lebanon A St. L.. 

Androscoggin. •< 

Androscoggin 

Androscoggin A Kennebec. . . 
Appleton A New London 



Aricansas A Grenada. 
Arkansas Branch. . . . . 
Arkansas Central 



Palmer, Ct., to Amherst, Ct. 

Anderson, Ind., to Notdearille, Ind. . 

Bninswick, Me., to Leeds Jane., Me. 
Crowley*s Jc, Me., to Lewiston, Me. 

Leeds Junction to Famiington 

DanTille Jc. Me., to Waterrille, Me. 
I No road bailt by Co. BnUt in I 
1 1976byM.,L.S. AW f 



36.66 Pennsylrania 

S5.0o!cieTe..To«ngst'n A P*tsb. 
S5.4D.Chicago A Alton 

lao.SO.Chicago A Alton 



Con:H^I., Mar. 94, laA. 

By porehaM in MM. 

\ Piirch. from State, 
1 May. 1957. 
ParchaK'd in Mar. *81. 
BumbyC.AA..iH*<«. 

iReHMganisatfoa St. 
L.Ji.AC.,Oct,*«L 
r purchase tn 1K8l 
BuiUin 



19»byL.8. 



No road bam by Ark. A O. RR. Co. . 
Pilot Knob. Mo., to MUl Springs, Mo. 
Helma, Ark., to Clarendon, Ark 



t7.00 Jack'n, Lamt'c A Saginaw 

61 .14 Lake Shofe A Mich. S'h^ 

50.5»iChic.. Bnriing'n A (jaincy .BMi by C.,B A Q.,In« 

16.00 Abandoned and rails. ...(taken up inJaiio,*^ 

ao.OO'New London Kortbc-m. . .!Bt purcn. in Mar., ^M. 

SO.OOjNew London Northern. . . .B> purch. in Mar.. ^M. 

19.» Cleveland, Ind. A St, L. , . N ^'^»^»r•<l, Api^ 
^1^1 [Maine Central 



36.40 
51.60 



Maine Central. 
Maine Central. 



MUwankee, L. Sh. A Wn. 



(Georgia Pacific 



Kit Carson, Col., to La Junta, Col. 
Niles, O., to Aahubula, O 



Arlmnsas Valley 

Ashtabula A New Lisbon .... 

Atchison A Denver I 

Atchison A Nebraska 'Atchison. Kan., to Linniln. Nob 

Atchison A Topeka .Road built by A., T. A SanU Fe. 

Atchison B'chrC. A S.W.RR.)! 

Atchison, Repub. Val. A Pac. Buffalo Jet. to Scandia. Kan 

Atchison, S«il. Valley A Denr. 'Concordia to Cawker City, Kan.. 
Athens Br. (N. Y. C. A H. R.) Schenectady Jet. to Athens, N. Y . . . . 
AtholABnfield 



48.50|St. Louis, Iron Mt. A S*n 

SO.OOjArkansas Midland 

( Sold under 



Cons«>l. Jun« S9, 1871. 

j Thro* cona, L. A T. 
1 RR.. I8n. 
Consol., Oct S6» tSM. 

Consolidation in ISTSi 

j By Durchaae. Q., Q. 
1 A B.. in 1881. 
Oonsol., May 6, 1S74. 
Purch. at forecIoH- 
ure, June 0, IW7. 
forrclosnre in 1K7>< ; rails taken 



w 



'*^'^\ ) up by purchasers, andimad ahnndoned. 
89.00;AshtabuIa A Pittsburgh.. 'An^ni-t 21, 197S.* 



145 



...lAtchison. Colorado A Pac. .Consol . June S3, ^ 
.T4'ChicaRO. Bur. A Qnincv. Thn»" B A Mo.Rlv«r 

I Atchison. Top. A San. JV By It^rislatlve enact*t 

89.0R'Chicago, Rock Is. A Pac. Consol., Jure 1, IfWi 
15.00AtchlM>n, Col. A Pacific. Consol., June «S,1««. 
47.00 AUhison, Col. A Pacific. Oonsol., Juno US, iSi^i 



40.'S9,New York, W. S. A Buff. 
iBoston A Albany 



By lease in Iti;^ 



« Acquired by porchaao at foreeloaure on data given. 



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RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. 

2. List of Contractors ik thb United States and Canada whose 
Specialty is the Construction of Railroads in all Departments 
OF the Work, such as Grading, Tracklaying, Masonry, Bridge 
AND Trestle Building, etc., etc. 



NoTi.— The names here following were for the moet part famished the Dibictobt by Ballwaj offlcUUs 
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Abbott J. E., 725 Grove Street, San 

Fraucisco, Cal. 
Abram* F. U., Worthington, Ind. 
Ackroyd James (Builder), AlbaDy, 

N. Y. 
Adam, Miller & Co., Rome, N. Y. 
Adams J. B., Cool Well, Amherst 

Co., Va. 
Adams A Rogers, Detroit, Mich. 
Ai;uew B. W. & Co., Ocala, Fla. 
Aiken & (Gordon, Colombia, Tenn. 
A ezaoder D. P., Wichita, Kan. 
A leo A ^el(•on, Seattle, W. T. 
Allison Jk Co^ uardner, 111. 
Auderson & Barr, Tribune Building, 

New York, N. Y. 
Andrews J. S., Memphii, Tenn. 
Angler Charles, Hancock, Mich. 
Appleyard J., Lansing, Mich. 
Annie Jackson, Joplin. Mo. 
Armington K. D., Providence, R. I. 
Armstrong Charles N.,Monireal,Can. 
Armstrong J. D., Campbellton, N. B. 
Arnold Geo. A Co., Memphis. Tenn. 
Ayres Abraham, New York City. 

Bacon William, CastorviUe, Mo. 

Baglcy Jno., Opechee, Mich. 

Bdt^uall Robert, Baden, Mo. 

Baker F. O. & Son, Fort Scott, Kan. 

Baldwin Chas., Starkville, Miss. 

Baldwin J. W., San Francieco, Cal. 

Ballantiue&Rogerp,New Or]eaDB,La. 

Banbury Thomas, Pasadena, Cal. 

Barker D. L., 87 Weybosset Street, 
Providence, R. I. 

Barr W., 186 Water Street, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Barry 1\, lU East Main Street, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Barilett W . Little Rock, Ark. 

Bartram & Squicrs, Sharon, Conn. 

Bates C. J., Major Block,Cbicago,lll. 

Bates W. S, Major Bl<)Ck,Chicago,Ill. 

Banmgrati Julius & Co. (Painters), 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Baylor E. J. C. & Co., Cedar Rap., la. 

Bean H. F., Jacknon, Mich. 

Beckwith A Onackenbush, Wash- 
ington, D. C., and Mohawlc, N.Y. 

Bell H. P., Winnipeg, Canada. 

Bell J L. W., Emporhi, Kan. 

Bell W. W.. Jamestown, Dak. 

Benneit Nelson, Tacoma, Wash. Ty., 
and Deer Lodjre, Mont. Ty. 

Bennett Patrick, Fairmont, W. Va. 

Berrick Charles (Builder;, Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Best Peter B., Stockton, N. J. 

Bethune, Craney Bros. & Co., St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

Bilean Cliarles (Bridge Painter). Al- 
bany, N. Y. 

Bishop J. W., St. Pan], Minn. 

Black A Opt, Colnmbla, Pa. 



Blake Brothers, New York, N. Y. 

Blosb V. R., Topeka. Kan. 

Bollee J. N.. 1U8 Eat^t Monument 

Street, Dultimorc, Md. 
Bond B. W.. WUloughby, O. 
Bondnrant A Jopiing, Augusta, Oa. 
BooUur J. Q., 14 Howard btreet, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Booth A Cosgrove. Prepcott, Ont. 
Booth A Flyun, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Boston Artesian Well Co., Bobton, 

Mass. 
Bothwell 8., Tyler, Texas. 
BoUford A. H., 145 Washington St., 

St. Louis, Mo. 
Booscaren G.. 35 West Fonith St, 

Cincinnati, O. 
Bouton Chas. A., 465 West S3d Street, 

New York City. 
Boyd Jaa. A., Boyd's Station, Md. 
Bracken Andrew, West Haven, Ct. 
Bradbury W. C. A Co., Denver, Col. 
Brainerd E.. ft) Coentles Slip, New 

York City. 
Breen A Connclly,St.Catharines,Ont. 
Brennan P., Owatonua, Minn. 
Brennan Thos., Owatonna, Minn. 
Brliees John (Builder), Buffalo, N. Y. 
Briokneli P. F., Binghamton, N. Y. 
Broadhead A Iikkey, Scranton, Pa. 
Brown G. P., Bowling Green, Mo. 
Brown,IIoward&Co. .NewYork.N. Y. 
Brown J. C, Richibucto and St. 

Johns, N. B. 
Brown J. W., 83 Weybosset Street, 

Providence, R. I. 
Brown J. J., Council Bluffs, la. 
Brown O. D., Sioux Ciiy, la. 
Brown, Maxwell A Co., St. Stephens, 

N. B. 
Bruce, Barron A Co.. Marseilles, 111. 
Bruegeman H., 425 Bush Street, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Buckley L. L., Hannibal, Mo. 
Buckman A. B., 2fl4 Montgomery St , 

iSuu Francisco, Cal. 
Bullock Geo., Phiiadelph.a, Pa. 
Bullock Sam'l R. A Co., 11 Wall 

Street, New York City. 
Burk W. F., 81 Milk Street, Boston, 

Mass. 
Burkhalter, J. H., Augusta, Ga. 
Bnrkett G. W., Palestine, Texas. 
Burkett A Murphy, Palestine, Texas. 
Burlew C. N., Washington. D. C. 
Burnes Thos., Dubuque. la. 
Bumbam 8. H.. Birmingham, Ala. 
Bums A Co., Rich liiil. Mo. 
Burr J. D., Topeka, Run. 
Burtchall W. D. A Co., Atlanta, Ga. 
Burtchall W. D., Norcrofs, Qa. 
Bush Levi L., Bird-iu-hand, Pa. 
Bush A Kellar. Larxai^ter, Pa. 
Butler J. H., Itt Pine street, Provl. 

dence, R. I. 



Butler T. A., Lyons, Rico Co., Kmn. 

Caldwell Robert, St. Johnsbnry, Vt. 
C all A Funck, Lebanon, Pa. 
Campbell Comelins, Altoona, Pa. 
Campbell R. B., Turner Falls, Maa. 
Campbell Thomas, Altoona, Pa. 
Cauoee Daniel, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Caudon M. J., Kuoxrille, Tenn. 
Canton Bridge Co., Canton, O. 
Carey Dominick M., Canton, O. 
Carlisle J. N. * Bro., Pueblo, Col. 
Carroll C. M., Plum Branch, 8. C. 
Carroll D. W. C. A Co., Pitubnrgh, 

Pa. 
Carroll Jas., Kankakee, HI. 
Carroll Patrick, Cumberland, Md. 
Carter N. L., belle Plalne, Kan. 
Casement J. 8., Painesville, O. 
Casey Jas. D., Rochester, N. Y. 
Cat>sin Isaac S., 14(4 North 12th 

Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cavanaugh A Crow«, Louisville, Ky. 
Chapman W. J., San Francisco, Cal. 
Chamberlain Jaa., Sboup, Mieh. 
Chapman William P., Canton, O. 
Church A Swain, 73 Water Street, 

Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Clark, Heman A Co.^New York,N.Y. 
Clarke, Lipe A <. c, l)enver. Col. 
demons A Sons, Point Marble 

Head. O. 
CleTttland M. A., Watertown, N. Y. 
Cobb Robert, Tlonesta, Pa. 
Cochran S., Columbus, O. 
Codwif e B. R., Rockville, Md. 
Coffey M., St. Louis, Mo. 
Coleman A Rice, Laurens C. H., 8. C. 
CoUins A Larkworthy,Carliuvilie. HI. 
Collins P. AT., Highth A Che^tnut 

Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Colt J. B. A Son, Clinton, Mo. 
Comegys A Lewli, 16 Oortlandt 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
C ondons Bros., Kiioxville, Tenn. 
Conkey Horace, JCyaosvillc, Ind. 
Conncll Thomas, Youngstown, O. 
Conrad A Miller, 576 Kearney Street, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Conway M. W.. 487 Monroe Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cook B. H. A Co.. Rochester, N. Y. 
Cook A Grant, Columbus, O. 
Cooks W.fSt. Paul, Minn. 
Coolidge, W. G. A Co., Chicaco, HI. 
Coolman E. B., New Albany, Ind. 
Cooney, Eckstein A Co., itiS Pearl 

Street, NewYork, N. Y. 
Cooney J. J. A Co., Memphis, Tenn. 
Cooper U. J., St. Paul, Minn. 
Cooper Ttaeo., 85 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 
Corbet t James, Ottawa, Ont. 
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Oostigan Tho«., 3tl5 Sp. Garden 

Srreet, Piiilddelphia, Fa. 
Cottingbam J. J., IndlauapoUs, Ind. 
Coartne/ Joiin, Duncan, Aria. Tj. 
Coverdale R. P., 16 Eaat Third Street, 

Cincinnati, O. 
Ooz J., Montgomery Street, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Cojne Joseph, Jeffenonville, Ind. 
Cragie, Rafferty & Yoomana, Baf- 

Talo, N. Y. 
Craig W. P., 95 Liberty Street, New 

York, N. Y. 
Craig W.'b. & Co., Mankato. Minn. 
Craney, Clark & Win, DallaaCity, 111. 
Craven Timothy, 88 I Street, Waah- 

ington, D. C. 
Crawford J. P., 16 Conrt Street, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Cribbett James, Ocala. Fla. 
Crimmina John D., Third Avenue & 

Sixtieth Street, New York, N. Y. 
Croaa R., 627 Sacramento Street, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Cronch W. J., Charleston, S. C. 
Crowley Fred. C, Borden Block, 

Chicago, III. 
Cumminn M., Hontlngbnrgh, Ind. 
Cards John B., 810 Classen Avenue, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Curtis A Diver, Keokuk, la. 
Cutter S. C, Minneapolis. Minn. 

Dacey J. B. & Co.,tBo8toD, Mass. 
Danahy Daniel, Aurora, III. 
Danby Si Richards, Superior, Wis. 
Daniels J. J., Rock vi lie, Ind. 
Darwin W. E. A Co., 112 Randolph 

Street, Chicago, 111. 
Davin H., Lexington, Va. 
Davis B., 400 Franklin Street, Rich- 
mond, Va. 
Davis J. K., Atlanta. Qa. 
Dawe J. H., Somerville, Mass. 
Day F. H., 136 Main Street, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Dedrick Thos., New Burlington, O. 
DeOreaver H., 814 Montgomery 

Street, San Francisco, Cal. 
De Loach W. H., Excelsior, Oa. 
Demens, McLain A Cotter. Long- 
wood, Orange County, Fla. 
Denithome R., Phoenixville, Pa. 
Denning George A., Augui*ta, Ga. 
Desparios N.. Sioux City. la. 
DetwiUer Bros., El Paso, Tex. 
DeviUe Horace. 193 Lincoln Avenue, 

Chicago, UI. 
Dexterville Construction Company, 

Dexterville, Wis. 
Dickinson P. P., 7 Nassau Street, 

New York N. Y. 
Diggins Bros.,*!^ California Street, 

San Francinco, Cal. 
Dill M. T., Portsmouth, Va. 
DUler L. Y., East Berlin, Pa. 
Dinuman A 8errickisen,Tionesta,Fa. 
Dishman C. H., Henderson, ^. 
Dobson P. S., 20 ClilXord Street, 

Providence, R. I. 
Dolan Joseph, Pottsville, Pa. 
Dolan A Sweeney, Lexington, Ky. 
Donelly John, Memphis, Tenn. 
DoaneUy &, 408 Jonea Street, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Dowling A Kennedy, Binghamton, 

N. I . 
Dows 8. L., Cedar Rapids, la, 
Douglaa F. B., Dayton, O. 
Douglaas W. A. A Co., temporary 

addrens, Leadville, Col. 
Drake A Stratton, 71 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y., and Davton, Wis. 
Dulln T. A Bro., Mempnis, Tenn. 
Doffv C. W., 601 CaUfomia Street, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Dull J. A J., Harrisburg, Pa. 
Danavant A Kelly, Memphis, Tenn. 
Dunavant W. P., Memphis, Tenn. 
Dunbar C. F., Ft. Colbomo, Canada. 



Duncan J. A, Las Yegaa, N. M. 
Duncan Robert, Keokuk, la. 
Duncan Bros., Killbnck, O. 
Dunlap J. C, Monroe, Wis. 
Dyer John T., Norristown, Pa. 
Dyer J. S., 820 California Street, San 
Franciaoo, Cal. 

Eager George R., Marietta, Qa. 
East Berlin Iron Construction Co., 

East Berlin, Ct. 
Eaton S. D.. Burlington, la. 
Eaton S. S.,Logan8port, Ind. 
Eaton A Daily. Burlington, la. 
Edward C. U., 85 Uawley Street, Bos- 
ton, Maas. 
Edwards J. N., Stuyee, Miss. 
EidliUB A Son, 803 East Fifty-ninth 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
Elder J. R., New Orleans, La. 
Ellis B. F., San Francisco, Cal. 
Ellis W. T^ GrifBn, Ga. 
Ellison A Boutwell, Macon, Ga. 
Ellsworth F. M. A Co., Rochester, 

N. Y. 
Blmer H. N., St Paul, Minn. 
Emory Simon, Hancock. Mich. 
Englis B. £., Toronto, Out. 
Enterprise Construciion Co., Ft. 

Scott, Kan. 
Brton John, Toronto, Ont. 
Evans G. M., Roanoke, Va. 
Evana H. R., 99 Dorrance Street, 

Providence, R. I. 
Evans A Ackerman, Binghamton, 

N. Y. 

Fairbanks, Morse A Co., Chicago, Ul. 
Falrcblld J. J., Switz City, IlcT. 
Fairfax Henry, Pulaski, Va. 
Fanning A Swan, 19 Chapel Street, 

Providence, R. I. 
Farr A yincent,Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Farren B. N., 1781 Spring Garden 

St., Philadelphia. Pa. 
Favorite Archibald, Hanover, Pa. 
Feethnm A Porter, Helena, Mont. 
Ferguson A Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Ferguson A Co., Macon, Ga. 
Ferris A Halliday, 98 Hudson Street, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
f inlev D., 10 California Street, San 

Iranciaco, Cal. 
Fisher U.. 6W Market Street, San 

Francisco, Cal. 
Fltigerald John, Lincoln, Neb. 
Fitxgerald A Mallory, Chariton, la. 
FitBsimmoDS C, 100 Wasliington 

Street, Chicago, 111. 
Fitasimmons A Connell, 146 South 

Wator Street. Chicago, 111. 
Fletcher C. K., Bartow, Fla. 
Fletcher John r.^ashville, Tenn. 
Flynn John, Jr., Des Moines, la. 
Flynn Joaeph, Memphis, Tenn. 
Flynn P., Independence, la. 
Flynt Building A Construction Co., 

Palmer, Maaa. 
Foley Jamea, Warm Springs, Ga. 
Ford T., Keokuk, la. 
Fosbrook L. AQ. J., Sorel, Can. 
Foster A Creighton, Nashville.Tenn. 
Foye J. H. A Son, Dubuaue, la. 
Frasfer A Donaldson, Washington, 

Ind. 
Freehette Oliver, Sorel. Que. 
Freeland A Mackin, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Freeman Archd., 624 North 85ih St., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Freeae A. C, 8 Mission Street, San 

Franoiaco, Cal. 
French W. F., S88 Eddy Street, Prov- 
idence, R. I. 
Freret W. A., 87 Carondelet Street, 

New Orleans, La. 
Friday Jacob, Pituburgh, Pa. 
Frost, Sieama A Hooker, Columbus, 

O. 
Fmen A Co., SOB Pine Street, St 

liOnis, Mo. 



Fudge A Keam, Memphis. Tenn. 
Furlong J. W. A Co., 78 Benevolent 
Street, Providence, R. I. 

Gallagher Thos., Rondout,N. Y. 

Gardner Simeon B., Wlckford, R. I. 

Garretson Theo., Pottsville, Pa. 

Garvey Bros., 7 Harris Ave., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

Ganrev A Lee, Memphis, Tenn. 

Gatchel Chas. A., Buffalo, N. Y. 

Guynor E. J., Pottsville, Pa. 

Gerten N., Chicago, 111. 

Gcrvais A. £., Contrecoeur Point, 
Can. 

Gibbius Austin. 819 W. 40th Street, 
New YorkTN. Y. 

Gibson O. A., West Point, Miss. 

Gibson Wm., Beamsville, Ont. 

Gibson A Co., West Point, Misa. 

Gill J. A., 88 Hawley Street, Boatoi, 
Mara. 

Gillespie William, Moore's Mills, 
Charlotte Co., N. B. 

Gilliea John, Room 71 Astor House, 
New York, N. Y. 

Gold L O., Delaplane, Va. 

Goldsmith Oliver C, La Fayette,Ind. 

Gonder J. D. A Bro., Strasburg, Pa. 

Goodwin John, Baltimore, Md. 

Gordon Clark, Sherbrooke, Que. 

Gordon G. H., Sherbrooke. One. 

( iordon John T. . Pittsburgh, Pa. 

borten D., 28 Eddy St., Providence, 

Gould G. T., Athens, O. 
Graham John, New York. N. Y. 
Graham J. K., Indianapolis, Ind. 
Grant A. A., Albuquerque, N. M. 
Grant Donald, Faribault, Minn. 
Grant John, West Chester, Pa. 
Grant A Roes, Winnipeg, Man. 
Graves J., 611 Mission St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Gray C. £., St. Louis, Mo. 
Gray W. H., 66 Illiuoia St., Chicago, 

Green Joeeph N., Bangor, Me. 

Green O. B., 178 S. Water St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Green A Gordon, 239 Federal St., 
Portland, Me. 

Green W. F. A Son, 274 Border St, 
Boston, Maes. 

Green W. L., Carbondale, Kan. 

Greene W. H. A Co., Helena, Mont. 

Greenough J. H., Robella, Pa. 

Grigsby A Bro., Jefferson, Tex. 

Grimfley Geo., Waverly, O. 

Qruelle N. R. A Co., Ocala, Fla. 

Guggarty L., Chillicothe, la. 

Guggerty & Hart, Ottumwa, la. 

Gwirmer Fred., Allegheny City, Pa. 

Haaf J., 616 Kearney St., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 

Hagan J., 482 Kearney St., San Fran- 
ciaoo, Cal. 

Hainea A. G., Glen Falls, N. Y. 

Haines D. S., Glen Falls, N. Y. 

Haines F. E., Glen Falls, N. Y. 

Halev S. M. B., 2807 Fillmore St, 
San Francifeco, Cal. 

Hall. Smith, Bnma A Co., Portland, 
Ore. 

Halleck Bros., Bootatown, O. 

Haller M., Benton A Spruce Sta., 
Allegheny City, Pa. 

Hallelt J. L.. DUley, Ore. 

Halstead E. M., Keithsburg, HI. 

Hamilton T. H., Toledo, O. 

Hammond 8. A., 806 Weatminatcr 
St., Providence, R. I. 

Hampeon Jos. H., El Paao,Tex., aad 
Leavenworth, Kan. 

Hancock C , 620 Shotwell St, San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Hannon, Hurst A Co., Montgomery, 
Ala. 

HyacbiiLlS^4aBMa^^^vi2aAOi^^« 



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The Contractors herein mentioned possess Superior Facilities for 
RaUroad Construction and works connected therewith, and are of 
knotvn Integrity and Reliahility. 



MASON, GOOCH AND HOGE COMPANY, 

Railroad Contractors and Bridge Builders, 



A. W. MILLER. J. D. McDONALD. C. S. PENFIELD. 

MILLER, McDonald & co., 

FRBnONT, NBB. 

Ar« now grading the Seward Extension of the F. E. & M. V. R. R. Did the grading of the Lincoln exten- 
sion of the same road. Have had principal contracts for grading from the W. St. L. & P. R. R.« W. L & N. 
R. R. and K. C. & S. R. R. REFERENCES— Fremont National Bank, Fremont, Neb. Sioux National 
Bank, Sioux City, Iowa, and Clay County Bank, Spencer, Iowa. 



NEFTEL & OOTHOUT, 

"Fi-n gi n ee3?s axLci OoxLtjaraoljonrs, 

41 Liberty Street, New York. 

We make a specialty of street railway work, acting as engineers, or will contract for the construction of 
new lines. Repairs promptly executed on out of town work. Estimates for warehouse tramways promptly 
furnished. 



ROSS A SAHTFORD, 

Contractors 

Ror Docks, Bridges, Dredging and I^a.iIroads, 

«jx:ii»£:Y CITY, pr. *j, 

58 South Gay Street, Baltimore, Md. 1490 New York Avenue, Washington, D. C. 

1163^ Bryan Street, Savannah, Ga. 

F. M. DELANO. PHILIP BIGHABDSON. 

47 Broadway, New York. 

OrpnizBis, Proiters iil BiUIIerii of M Ballroailii. 

Dealers in Street Railroad Securities, Correspondence invited. 




STEAM AND STREET RAILWAY CONTRACTOR, 



AHD DBALBB IX 



Estimates given. Curves and Switches laid at short notice. Office and Residence, 
487 Rlonroe Street, Brooklyn, N. T« 



POOR'S DIBECTOKT OP BAILWAT OFFICIALS-LIST OF CONTKACTORS. 



Huntenbcra A. I., UO Bnidwiy .'1 
NewlTotk.N. t. I 

HarulDg ]--"—■ 
Umrpcrl> 



UarrlaD 


918 Oemr 


'sr 


BmF 


HMriToe^'i) Ale 
Uarrli GordU fl., K 
H«T1. J., ta Hu« 


■J 


la. All. 



HudaT. Wm., 19 XichiDia Placr. l 

HittUou »! A., HUwaiiKca. Wl*. I 

Harriaon b Green, Mllwagkee, Vis. 
Hut; Wm. , Ulddleport, O. I 

Uut Chu. A Bon, 396 Tantb Bt., 

Brooklyn, H. Y. I 

Bart ioba. OttnmKi. la. I 

Uartnett J. C, Hempbla, Tenn. ' 
Barvaj L. 8., lOlS Harkat bt., San- 

Franclaco, Cal. 
Haalaa ± VanHDrafl, 1ft Cortlan 

Bt.. New Ynik. N. Y. 
BMcb * 1V)«'. McKcMPort, Pa, 
UaUMvar ± Doo^aaa, lUU Wau 

nun at.. ProTiaencp, R. I. 



nmblrd J. WIIIjod, Cumbertaiu]. 
Ud. 

amblnl J„ Br., CnmbeilaDd, Ud. 
nmbtrd Jacob A Co., CumOerluid, 
Ud. 
I Hunter Jub^ Stetllni Vnllr;, Car n- 

iBBlcblnKn k bobanj, Fain 

Hnitnn J. T., Morgan Held, Kj. 
ID W. R.. ti BniaJwHr, 
ork. K. Y. 
Igrvn A Co., Freeporr, IIJ, 

1 Broa.. n Llbertj St.. 



Hawkloa W. O., Jackaonville. Fla. 
Uega Bboa. IndlanapoJla, lud. 
Bcmberlg A Co., n UiOoi Block. 

CblcacD, lU. 
Bendrlcka t. B.. Blcbmond, Utah. 



Hendrte.Bajmme* ACo., Bamllton, 

Out. 
Henrv « Balch, Uinneapolia, Itinn. 
Hsuttla ritd. L., CnwrDrdvIlls, Ind. 
Ua.rltt W. U.. llnacatlne, la. 
Uickeraon U D. A Sun, Tnllahoma, 

BIcka, Bolme* A Co., ladlanapolla, 

Ind. 
HInena * Horrla. Grand Baplda, 

HI«El»a > 
Hill Jobi 

""u4''BDCbauan St., 
LODia, Ho. 

Hilton firldgg Conattuctloa Co.. Al- 
bany, K. Y. 

UlDda, Mofflatt * Co.. Watetloon, 
N. T. 

BIreene TimolhT, Waverl/, N. T. 

Huadlev J. C.. Ba-too, Miuh, 

Boat R. M.. Uoughton. Ulcta. 

Hoar A ScldoD. HoucbloD. Ulcb. 

Bock T., eie Kearm J bC, Ban f nui- 

lloffman'H. J.. Ackerman villa, Pa. 
BoK>n M.J..S»t.JDiin,N.B. 
Boo* Cbaa., trnnkfon. Kt. 
Hogg * Bon*. Haunlbil. Bo. 
Holbnjok A Bro., Balliioore, Md. 
Holcomb * Cook, Kavrnna. O. 
Hollla A. B.. Wlcklurd, R. I. 
Uolloraa &, iDHetmaii. Nablaavllle, 



. JickaOD L. O., Balnbrldge, Ga. 

Ji.ck>!on ]£.. Crdar Haplda. U. 
1 Jackion J. F. B., Blount eprinEa, 
I aU. 

Jamawn John^BlooniabnrK, Pa. 
' 'JenklnaJ. B..Piini-cuti,K(D. 

Janklna * Yerkle. MempDla. Tenn. 

Jeskln* a Sleki<(, Fori Scott, Kan. 

Jlpaon W. c'DUiaroid, uich! 
Jolmpon J, B., Bt, Lonla, Ho. 
Jubneon A Baneon, ban Antonio, 

Tax, 
Jobnaon, Fdj. JE Hacb. Co., Eaat 

lIBCh 81 and Harlim RKir, Ne<r 

York, N. Y. 
JolljA. J. *8ona, Limlled, Pbllllpl- 

DDrB,Fl.,aiill418Bnilllille^'- - 

PllUbnri)!, Pa. 
Jonea Jno. H.. Bbrawport, La. 
Jonea T. Barton, Balllmoie, M 
Jone* F. W., Bt. Vernoa, O. 
J onea A Besnar, (18 S. 4 th Bt. , Pblla- 

delpfaia. Pa. 
Jonea t Carey, Fort Worth, Tax. 
Jonea, Drake A Co., M Utant S 

PlItabnrKb, Pa. 
Jooaa Bancan, Fort Worth. Tei. 
Joae 8,H.,Til k,roa»8t., PortLind, H 
JojcelUitln, PltUbnrgb, Pa. 



, Davl* A Co., 

aaW4ltonB..Eanei 



Miahvllle, 
Cltf, B< 



Holt H, 8., WInnlpej, Man. 
Hopkioa Bridge Conntnctlon Co., 
at. Louta, Mo. 



Boollhan A Madlcan, Coboei, N. T. 
Bonaer E. L. A O. J., Bt. Lonlf, Mo. 
Bowler A Boran, PltubBrgh, Fa. 
Boiej T. F., Patcraon, N.J. 
Baghea J. P.. Fort Wortli, Tex. 



Hnnblid Jobn, Jr. .CoBbiirlud, Md. 



KaTaDanihlTbo*., Dubuque, I.. 

" ^ ., low Howard St., Ban 

— Cal. 

Plltabargb, Pa. 
Aevqej o. u-, ^tl Clermont ATen 

Bnwklru. N. Y. 
Keller Jobn, tancaftn. Pa, 
Kallar A Buah. Lancaaier, Pa. 
KeNar A Gal), Lanearter. Pa. 
Kellar A Btilllr, LaiicaaKr, Pa. 
Kellaj P., Finuindlna, Pia. 



Kellt John, LjnchbDre, Va, 
KollT M. J.. Mil CalifacoU 8 

Knncifco, fal. 
Kelly Patrick. Altoona, I a. 

" Tyler. Tei. 
Kenned; J. T, A A. B., &i 

Blude la. 
Kennedy A Btone, Topeke, ii 



Kllpalnck Bioa,. Or.'Von. til, 
KlDg A Dyer, Hahanoy City, Pa. 
King II, S.. Dee Holoea. In. 
Kinaioan C. W MW ieii,b hi a 
Franclaco, 



Knl^t A Bedlow, tSB FedonI Bt., 

Portland, Me, 
Knlcbt A Bonilcon, P. O. Box L., 

Kanaaa Clly, Ho. 
KnoiJ. P. A R. B., Allecbanjt, h. 



LacBT Cbarlea. 

'Ublneaa L 
r H.. Uelti 

LaneABodWjobi 



Laniidon ] 



LallfH.. Ueltolt, Mlcb, 

LaueM. D., P - "" 

- - idley.J 

. «8 N.'Hontgomerr St.. 9ao 
icleco. Cal. 
ladon R. B. & Co.. Hlnneapolla. 

iKUoa,'winflon A Co., Bt. Panl 

II Inn. 
LiDgrord Jobu T., fO Kllby Bt., Bo»- 

ton, Idaaa. 
Longford A Bridges, PortUnd. Or*. 
LanKbome C. D , Blcbmond. Va. 
Lanlry B. A Boca, Htn.nii City, Kan. 
La Herre F. B.. Bonireal, 4ue. 
LaracD A Andcraon, SeaitlB, Waab. 

Teir. 
Laraoa A Keefe, Helena, Monl. 
Larjr Valentine L.. Boboken, N. J. 
Latcha J. A,, Marqaette, ilich. 
' -• — n L. D. A Co., Wlnfleld, Kaa. 

SAnaLln, Coming, M, Y. 
roa., Bt Paul. Urnn. 
■a A., HaKglng Rock. O. 
ate R. D., Sprlngfleld, 111. 
uce K. U. T., MirlEtU.Qa, 
LcBcb A Baldwin, llii 8. Btb Bt., 
"bill del pb la, Pb, 

led A.J.C.,5CaBrleaBt ,ProT- 
™enCB, R. L 
LeaTlit J, H., 11 £>ton BL, Boattn, 

Leek C, 4M Montgomery St., San 

Franciaco. Cal. 
_je Jobn C, Council BtulTa. la. 
Leap. ABon, Pater>ou. N, J. 
Lre A Uarver. Uemphlh, Tann. 
LentiACo„VMboig, Pa. 
Lcpe Cbarlta, Denver, Col, 
Leaalg U., Chlrago, HI. 
Lewla G. F., U Waverly Bt,, Pin*- 

Idence, R. 1. 

rli L. W., Kmporla, Kan. 

la Jamei, Kaoraa City, Mj. 

cban J>. W.. Dubuqiie, la. 

•lay D.. OllBwa, Oi^t. 

ton A. H.. HlnneapulU, Minn. 

lngaionC.K.,sa»T«.HdGt„Pbl1- 

adelphia, p., 

bllu Robert, Hammond a «irt,N.T 

or D., WlDdaor Bolel, Tnaton, 

N.J. 
London B., Fort Di'dge. la. 



S, ACo,.Atlant 
'.. Indlanap " 
B.. cedar R 



,Ga. 



B., Orei 

r W.A A,. Sheboyean.Mlch, 
[no. R., Norlh Btr— >- "- 
L. B. A Bro,, Porl 

Mct^n T. K.. Blen 



b Berwick .He. 



cCaon Than.. 
" Thy J. B. 



-.Brooklyn. N.Y. 
,Llltl. "-- '-■- 



Franklin, rii 



Ark. 



HcCi....„ _ , 

HcCanler A Gill. Pbllllpebnrg, P*. 
HcClallan A Co., Bprlngdeld. llaia. 
McClure Jamea, St. Paul. Minn. 
HeClore J. K., fludton. M. Y, 
KcClnre A Bcbnlet, BliteU Block, 

Mttabotib, Pa. 
McConDlcKEd^WaabliigIon,Ia. 
HcCrwkenW. V. A C<i„«»'«^«^-. 



idallAUcLone HsIena.Moot. N«n ImV^- "^ 

LB.,UiuchCbunk, Pa. \ laa. 



210 



The Contractiprs herein mentioned possess Superior Facilities for 
Railroad Construction and works connected therewith, and are of 
known Integrity ami ItelialHlity» 



PHIOE & Mcai^VOOK, 

TOPEKA, KA8. 

RAILROAD CONTRACTORS. 

Have now under contract : 
• 88 Miles for C. S. F. and Cal. R. R, 

80 Miles for Soutbern Kas. R. R. 

68 Miles for Denver and Rio Grande R. R. 

80 Miles for A. T. and S. F. R. R. in Colorado. 
Are prepared to do all kinds of railroad work. Tunnelling and heavy rock work a specialty. 



Contractor, 

Arch Masonry, Bridge and Viaduct Masonry, Station Buildings of Brick or Stone. References: G. T. R., 
C. P. R. & M. C. R. R. Present engagement, a 6o-ft. Arch for Double Track, C. S. R. Div. M. C. R. 

JOHN ESSON, care of J. D. Hawk, M. C. R., Detroit. 



MYLES TIERNEY, 

CONTRACTOR, 

No. i6o Broadway, . . . • . New York. 

ROOM 9. GUERNSEY BUII^DINO. 

JRailroadSf Water Works and Sewerage a Specialty. 



I> 


. F. 


CONTRACTOR, 




132 Lin( 


jlen Ave., 


Springfield, 


O. 




Railroads 


., Water Works and Sewerage. 





WHIDDEN, HILL & CO., 

Builders and Contractors, 

lOl 3£IX^S: S'T., . . . JRoom S, .... 3 

Buildings, Railroad Work, Water and Gas Works and Sewerage Construction 



XVZ^. Z'. OXUSlXCSt, 



PRACTICAL BUILDER OF 



STREET RAILROADS, 

And Dealer in Supplies* 
JLlt>eirty Street, V^BTW ITORK. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF BAILWAT OFFICIALS— LIST OF CONTRACTORS. 



lIcDoiwld John, KunmlDic. Qua. 
llcDonkld A Uiald, CuatliUD. Oal. 
UcDonild ft bbet, Vlckaborg. Miu. 
]lcDonellBnM.,Graiid Rapid.', Mich. 

McDdddcII a., tinnd Bapldg^ Hleh. 



McFsdaeii CbM.. Pbiltdelpbl*, P>. 
HcFiddcD C. & TUJmu, Hitla., P> 
Hcfsddiu C. A Sou, cttoD/ Urcek 

Ph. 
McFarlMie Heucr. Toronlo, OdL 
UcOkun OcD., Tuninto, UdI. 
McOsw Alei., 410 WalDut HL, Phlli 

delpbU, Fa. 
HcOce Ow. J.. Corrinc, N, T. 
McGoTeni Jo*. P.. Balilmore, Md. 
UcOovem A Co.. Trroue, Pa. 
UcQtcgoT, Kenuedji ft Cu., Bkd 



McHcnrr H 
Molnllre J. 



3oneb««li,N.T. 



UcLiUKblln ft KelltT, 4833 WnJU 

ATcFblladeJpbia, I'B. 
UcLcod ft Hptrki, Fori tirnKta. Ark. 
McM aboil & Unen, glaoDlon, Vi. 
UcHiboii, ijbauDabou ft Onta.Vot- 

iDgton. Ky. 

Terrace. Wex Pbiladdph^ Pa. 
Mcllunrle ft Woodward, twnltuic 

Uuie, MIcD. 
HcKaman That.. Satuu Cl», Ho. 
SIcNamira W. C, Sioni CUj, la. 
JlcNaiT J. D., 81. JoMpb. Uo. 
McMccol D., lail Jteca SI., Pblk- 

delptala, Pa. 
HcRaa a, Lall;, 7B Winder St., ]>» 

lrolt,Uleb. 
McTagoe Peler, Lancaaler, P». 
HcTigue S., CsmdeD. N. J. 



McTialic ft Co., M 
llcw!llUuiaJ(»..< 



Mavhew Cbu., CoIambU, 8. C. 
Uivu W. U., a Uavrle; Si., Boiton, 

Uelcber C. W.,dai Cheitunt St., St. 

Louie, Uo. 
MeiJEi. jl. C, la Broadwajr, Now 

Totk. N. V. 
Me^hon lI.,ADderFOD.lDd. 
UlJler D. J., 134 Bro.dwa)', New 

York, N. T. 
Ulllat U. L., LockBaren, Pa. 
MlJIer B. B., Onnt'a Paea, Ore. 
Miller Joliu C., Bangor, Pa, 
MllliT Ilrua., ill i>. Waier Street, 

Cblcoeo. 111. 
Hlllcr 1). K, ftCo,17Paca Street, 

fialilniDn, Md, 
Millar. Laauilr ft Gill, Chlcairp, III. 
Miller ft McDonald, Bpenee^I'. 
Mllllgad A. 0., UarriibDrg, Ta, 
I>llll>J,K.,4ulncf,Cil. 
Hioahmi D. P., ISS IJndaii Ate., 

HprlDEtleld, O, 
Mltclicll Jomoa, BsKaat. Ha. 
Mitchell Jimae, Uelroae. Maar. 
Mllthell K. P. i Co OliBwa, Ont. 



Kj. 



1. Max 



llacombiT H. 0..W Matilicwaon St 

Pr.Jtldence, R. 1. 
Haddock ft Svu», Kouioke, Va. 
Madc*lllF ft Qnee, St. Louii, Ho. 
Hanun O. P., IT1 KlDg binet Salt, 

Toronto, Oni. 
Hagary J. B., 5i!8 Callfamla St. San 

^lancleco, CaL 
Mallor/ a, H., Cbarihin, la. 
"-" — "- "-ahing, Omaha, Heb. 
. . ird, Coloiobl*, Pa. 

\» Klcbard, Lascaaur, Pa. 

MaloDe Broa., Luculcr, Pa. 
Hanar Ttaumaa F., 101 Milk St, Boa- 
ton, Maaa. 
HangaD P. A 






a. Neb, 



Hara ft Miller, tl N. W^lla St., Chl- 

ugo. Ill, 
Usnb\Di:key. Fort Madlaon, la. 
Martin Wm,. fnnneubnrgh. la. 
Haeon K. B.,S. Brancb.Yiick Co., 

CblcagD, III. 
Haaon U. P. ft Sllaa. SUnnloD, Va. 
Maaon, Hogs ft Cu„ Fnuikrurt, Kj. 
Ua.011. Koaaer ft Dicker, BlamilOB, 



KDiitaumet; J. A., Blrmlngbaio, 

UoDUuiairj I. B., Portland, Ore. 

MuiiiBDiDeTi i. 8., BtatkTlUr^, Mlaa. 
Moni^oincry, WilgUt ft Co., Blr 

Mooie lloUi^'rt, 3U Cbeamu't St., St. 

Mooru ft Wri^t. 41 Commercial fit., 

Foriluid,Me. 
Morrli Uunball. LoDlaTlUe, K7. 
Murrla X Cumbilnga, 4t J>uai.e Bl., 

"- vYork.. 

Seipeir* Co., Uendenon, 

S8 TnntoD Btieal. 

K.,"ir.,M Hawley 81., 

wp, Lock Batan, 

Co.,Lack'HaYta, 



MorTjy ,: 
MjerH. 

MjeATi 



NcBd U . J , ISIS Olrard Ato,, Phlla- 

dalubiB. Pa. 
Neriel ft OuttaODl, 41 LlbeitT SI., 

New Yuik, N. T. 
NaunaJ. ll..HlnnaapoUa, Minn. 
Kaniuakor W, A., TIaneala, Pa, 
Nannun J. J., Providence. B. I. 
Newman Thoa., 147 Sil«Il St., 

BroukljiJ, B. D., K. Y. 
NewIOD 1>. 11, ft J. CHolrokcHUt, 
Niagara Urldn Work*. Buffalo. N.X. 
Niiun W. J .^dwreDctbnig, Tenn. 
Molna Kdwud, Reading, Pa. 
Nolan Tbumaj, Beading, Pn. 
NDlaa WlUlan, Head lag. Pa, 
Nolan Bn»riteadliig, Pa. 
KoUn ft O'lUlllj, Heading, Pa. 
Noro.oa. Hroa., WorcMter'Vw. 
Kordjrke ft Harmon, Indlanapolli, 

NorlunHr., WalUTille.Ma. 
NurtoQ W. A., » Bawlaj St., Boa- 



O'Bri. n Brua., Fort Dodge, la. 
O'Brien IC. J, ft M. U. A., SC Paul, 



O'Uaia Bros., Cedar Rapida. la. 
"""'"■■"""'" " 'mpururj addtea^ 



o„g.c 



Owcrna Davi&.'Newiou, la. 
Owen* B. B., Kewton, lu. 

Faddcck O. B., IK S, Main SlrtM, 

Piovidcncs.K. I. 
Pag* P., Siranton, Pa. 
Paige David R , Akron, O. 
Paige, Ctnj ft Co.. Yonkera, M. T., 

and Akron, O, 
Palmer ft Biorey, US Pine StreiC, 



Parker C. E., Ottumi 



Paninet ft Smith, Eaet 



, i'hiladeipbla. Pa. 

i-aliDD B. B., NotlH AdaniB, Mai«. 
Paul John ft Co., Tlppccanoa, O. 
Pearee B. B.. \ii KJcbmond Btratt, 

Prondciice, R. 1. 
Peoplea Robert, Dtnmark, la. 
Pcrklu. J. P. ft Son.aWMalnSlnat, 



Perklua f 



on, Maai 



„ Birminghan 



, Ala 



Ptener J 



PurlBl 

F. ft Co., TD1 Coleratne 

Philip. Geo. B., Watcrtown, N. T. 
Pheipe llro. W., Ml. Motria, N. Y. 
Pbelpa L. N., LczlnKlon Ave., C»- 

lumbna.O. 
Pbllbrook J., Ponland, He. 

-- WallBtreel.H** 



Pldgeon Frank, 1: 
Tfork, N. Y. 



Pitman' 



Po« ft McCoid i^rldgca). Hew York, 

M.Y, 
n>tta Geo. B., Fannlngdalo, N, J. 



Prica ft MeOavu^. Topeka, Kan. 

St, Lonb', Mo, 
Pngbft Rueacll, *7 Park Place, New 



Qnlgler 1. v., Wilmington 
Randolpb A . B., Jackaontl 



J1S.P. ftC'^WI Founialn St., 
ProTldencg. R. I. 
idf Darid. Oil City. Pa. 
lUlJebD, Jr., SuDKrrvllle, N. J. 
n«l Bogh. Klizabetta.H. 1. 



212 



Hie Contr€tetors herein mentioned possess Superior Facilities for 
Railroad ConstmcHon and works connected therewith^ and are of 
known Integrity and RMaMlity. 



CHAS. SOOYSMITH, Engineer and Manager. WM. SOOYSMITH, Coosulting Engineer. 

800YSMITH &. CO., 



Owners Poetooh Fr««xiiig Methods Pstents. 

This method, now in use in Europe, renders easy and practicable under water operations hitherto im* 
possible, such as Subaqueous Tunnels, Deep Foundations, etc. Design and Build in every part of the 
country, Bridge Piers, Jjifficult Foundations, Shafts, Subaqueous Tunnels, etc. 

Main Office, 2 Nassau St. (oor. Wall), New York. 



:f. x=>. x)iOK:i3srso3iT, 

M. Am. Soc. CE. 
No. 7 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK, 

Consulting Engineer and Contractor. 

Railroads Surveyed and Estimates of Cost Furnished. Contracts entered into for the Construction of 
Railroads, Canals, Water-works, Sewerage, etc. Mineral lands surveyed and reported upon. 



W. G. COOLIDGE. R. A. SHAILER. C. R. SCHNIGLAU. 

W. G. COOLIDGE & CO., 

ENGINEERS and CONTRACTOBS, 

vmawtmaB ajtd buildkibb of 

BRIDGES, BUILDINGS AND SUBSTRUCTURES, 

Office, 36 Montauk Block, Chicago, III. 

T. SAULPAUGH. JOHN CRUBAUGH. C. H. SAULPAUGH. 

T. SAULPAUGH & CO., 



BRIDGE MASONRY & DIFFICULT FOUNDATIONS A SPECIALTY. 



Bridge Builder and General Contractor, 

ORDERS FOR BRIDGE TIMBER PROMPTLY FILLED. 

TOLEDO, OHIO. 

THOMAS F. MANEY & CO., 



OONTBAOTOBa FOB ALL BBAHCHM OF 



Railroad, Water, Sewerage and Gas Construction. 

Estimates given for work^ and Contncti promptly caaeoted. FuUy equipped with Steam ShoTels, Loce>- 
motiTes and Cars. Steam Dnlb, Steam Hobters ana Derricks. 

!€€>• lOl BUlJk: 0tve«t» Bocton, BIi 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— UST OF CONTRACTORS. 213 



Reillr & Nolan, Reading, Pa. 
Beziord Bro9. & Hodge, Sage Junc- 
tion, Mich. 
Rezford & Co, 186 Pearl St, New 

York, N. f . 
Reynolds B. P. A C!o., Rock laland, 

111., and Wymore, Neb. 
Rice Gteo., Pottetown, Pa. 
Klce & Coleman, Laarena, S. C. 
Rickert T. H., PottsvUle, Pa. 
Ricker A Lee, Galveeton, Tex. 
Richardaon w. L., 14 Howard Street, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Richards C. O. & Co., ISCortiandt 

Street, New York, N. Y. 
Rinx Martin, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Robinson Bros., Ml Forest. Ont. 
Rodemer J. C. A Co., Gallatin, Tenn. 
Roe Bros., Reading, Pa. 
Rogers R. H., Ferrona, N. Y. 
Rogers & Ballantyne, P. O. Box 2SM, 

New Orleans, La. 
Rooney W. E., Toledo, O. 
Roosevelt Warrt;n, :267 Soath Street, 

New York. N. Y. 
Ross J., Ipswich, Mass. 
Ross A Lord, 86 Hawley Street, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Ross & Sao ford, 104 Hudson Street, 

Jersey City, N. J. 
Roes & Swank, 16 Sampson Street, 

Allegheny, I^ 
Ronse It R., 81 W. Maryland Aye., 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Rowan D. G., St Catharines, Ont 
Rnark B. W. Si • -o., Baltimore, Md. 
Rasling O. M., Hackettstown, N. J. 
Rassell A Burk, 18 Howard Street, 

Boston, Mai*s. 
Ratherfoord John W., 145 Broadway, 

New York, N. Y. 
Ryan C. H., RnssellTille, Ky. 
Ryan J. J., 8062 Girard Arenne, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ryan J. K., Ware. Mass. 
Ryan A McDonald, Baltimore, Md. 

Sackett Bros., Springfield, Mass. 

Salpaw G. W., Charleston, Tenn. 

Sands J. A., 16 Public Landing, Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

Sanlpatigh T. & Co., Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Savage James, Augusta JMIe. 

Sawver Chas. H. A R. W., Bangor, 

Saxton Bdmund, Kansas City, Mo. 
Schmidt Chas., Wiufleld, Kan. 
Schneider C. C, 85 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 
Scobie James, Delta, Cal. 
Scott Bros., Rich Hill, Mo. 
Scott John Sb Sonit, St Louis, Mo. 
Schultz C. J., Iron City Bridge 

Works, Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Searles Wm. H.. Cleveland, O. 
Seeds J. R D.. Wilmington. Del. 
Seeds W. F., Wilmington, Del. 
Seldon H. L.. L'Anse, Mich. 
Seldon H. P. & Co., Kansas Ci^, Mo. 
Seymour S. M., Danville, N. Y. 
Shanahan Denis. Louisville. Ky. 
Shanahan Thos.A Sons, Portland, Me. 
Shanahan T. R., Portland, Me. 
Shanley B. M. « J. F., 16 Bxchange 

Place. Jersey City, N. J. 
Shaw J., 85 Hawley Street, Boston, 

Mass. 
Hhean Daniel, Dubuque, la. 
Shenfleld Conrad. S84 S. 4th Street, 

Philadelphia. Pa. 
Shepherd D. C, St. Paul, Minn. 
Sheridan A., St. Joseph, Mo. 
Sheridan D., St. Joseph, Mo. 
Shonltou Theodore, Port Huron, 

Mich. 
Slas M. P., 86 Hawley Street, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Simpson Alex. (Builder), Albany, 



Simpson A Jordsn, Seattle, W. T. 
Skeuey B., Des Moines, la. 
Skinner Bros.. Kansas Cfty,Mo. 
Small W. H., Walla Walla, Wash. T. 
Smith B. F., 966 Washington Street, 

Boston, Maes. 
Smith B. P., Rochester^. Y. 
Smith C. C, Lacrosse, wis. 
Smith C. D. A Co., Birmingham, Ala. 
Smith B. D.. 1617 N. 16tli Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Smith F. H., 18 German Street, 

Baltimoie, Md. 
Smith James N., Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Smith J. S. 410 Walnut Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Smith J. W., Oakland, Cal. 
Smith R. D., Birmingham, Ala. 
Smith L. P. A J. A., Cleveland, O. 
Smith & Ripley, New York, N. Y. 
Smyth B. A., St Catharines, Ont. 
Sooy smith « Co., 3 Naasau Street, 

New York, N. Y. 
Sowerlv J. D., Campbellton, N. B. 
Span bL W.. Lawrence, Kan. 
Sparks A Evans, 486 Walnut Street, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Spear John, Dubuque. la. 
SpcUaey M. A Co., Sabina, O. 
Squair H. H., King's Mtn., Lincoln 

Co.. Kv. 
Stafford W. H. H., Winona, Minn. 
Stahl A Sons, Altoona, Pa. 
Stanley A. W.. 179 Washington 

Street. Providence, R. L 
Stanley, Fisher A Co., 91 Central 

War, Cleveland, O. 
Stansell A Rodei. Ashevllle, N. C. 
Steams, Froat & Co., Deahler Block, 

Columbus, O. 
Steams, Shaw A Hoover, Wesley 

Block, Columbus, O. 
Stewart G. 8. S., 807 Plum Stxeet, 

Cincinnati, O. 
Stewart Jamea, Lancaster. Pa. 
Stewart James. Yonkers. N. Y. 
Stewart John B.. Andover, N. B. 
Stewart John N., Cleveland, O. 
Stewart W. H.. 807 Plum Street, 

Cincinnati, O. 
Stewart J. Sons, Lancarter, Pa. 
Storey W., Rochester, N. Y. 
Stow & Matthews, Binghamton, N. Y. 
Rtreeter D. D. A Co., Denver. Col. 
Strong Ohas. H., Cleveland, O. 
Strong^W. B., Jr.. Kansas City, Mo. 
Stuart Herbert, Room 75, 16 Cort- 
land t Street. New York, N. Y. 
SuUlvan John, Portcbester, N. Y. 
Sullivan J. H., Memphis, Tenn. 
Sullivan J. M., Columbia, Tenn. 
Sullivan W. B , Greenville, 8. C. 
Summers J. W. A Co., Keokuk, la. 
Surpell John R.. Louisville, Ky. 
Swartont P. B. k Co., Delta, Ont 
Swealt B. G., Woonsocket R. I. 
Sweet & Yoang. 96 Liberty Street, 

New York, N. Y. 

Taflt H 8. , 18 Bx. Place, Providence, 

R. I. 
Tapp F., Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Tarr H. G. H., Yonkers, N. Y. 
Taylor & Craig, St Paai. Minn. 
Tebo W. M., :e8 South Street New 

York, N. Y. 
Telfener C. J., Victoria, Tex. 
Tennis B. A. & Bro., Thompson- 
town, Pa. 
Thatcher A Breyman, King*s Block, 

Toledo, O. 
Thompkini N. A., 880 Bckford 

Street Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Thompson. Geo. A Co., Rochester, 

N. Y. 
Thompson W. A., Seneca, S. C. 
Tiemey M., 160 Broadway, New 

York. N. Y. 
Tinsman Wm. H., Belvidere, N. J. 
Todd W. T., SnmmerviUo, 8. C. 



Townrend 8. A F., Pasadena, Cal. 
Townsend T. B.. Zanesville, O. 
Treat 0. P., 180 Dearborn Streel, 

Ohicam, HI. 
Trenbath Msjor, Topeka, Kan. 
Truman, Isham A Co., 609 Market 

Street, 8an Francisco, Cal. 
Tramboll A Cheney. 909 WashingtOB 

Street, Boeton, Mass. 
Turner J. A Co., 199 WashlngUm 

Street, Boston, Mass. 
Turner William (Builder), Albany, 

N.Y. 
Tnrton A Knox, Sacramento, Cal. 
Twiggs A Backbalter, Library Bldg., 

AngBsta. Ga. 
Twin wo Company, Portland, Ore. 

(Chinese labor). 

Upp W. W., Columbia, Pa. 
Upper Jamts, Kingston, Ont. 

Valentine R. L., 141 Greenpoist 

Avenae, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Van Dyke A Wilsuu, Wllliamaport, 

Pa. * 

Van Barlingen & McTier, 808 Wsl- 

nut Street, Room 15, Phila., Pa. 
Van Wagner & Degann, Syracn>e, 

N. Y. 
Vamum John, Gainesville. Fla. 
Vincent Brothers, Grand Rapldl, 

Mich. 
Vincent Mitchell, Onawa, la. 
Vogt John, Maesillon, O. 

Waddle John, Cacapon Sprin», 

W. Va. 
Waddle Julius, Cacapon Springs, 

Walker J. W. & Co., Pittsburgh. Fli. 
Walton Samuel, Charlestown, w.Ya. 
Ward John F., 18 Broadway, New 

York, N. Y. 
Ward Peter, Newburg. N. Y. 
Ward Wm. H., Lowell. Mass. 
Ward Bros., Kenncbnnk, Me. 
Ward, Macklin &Co..Newburg,N.T. 
Wardwell & Russell, 68 Basaett 

Street, Providence. R. I. 
Warren D. D., Springfield. Mass. 
Waters A Wright, Bartow, Fla., 

BnUer. Ga. 
Watson W. 8., Bradford. Pa. 
Watts 8., St. Louis, Mo. 
Weaver A. JM Bridge Street, Provi- 
dence, K. I. 
Wellington C. N.. Oxford, Mass. 
West James, Paris, Tex. 
Whalen Jeremiah, Cumberland, Md. 
Whalen John, Whitehall. N. Y. 
Wharton Wm., Jr.. Philadelphia, Pft. 
Wbeten, Gray, Clark & Trites, Mane- 

ton, N.B. 
Whidden, Hill & Co., 101 Milk 8t, 

Boston, Mass. 
Whiteomb F. G., 85 Hawley 8t., 

Boston, Mass. 
White I. B., 28 CoenUes Slip, New 

York, N. Y. 
White Wm. U., 89 Pine St, New 

York, N. Y. 
White A Raeder, New York and Chi- 
cago. 
Whitney Luther, Keeseville, N. Y. 
Whitney A White, New Orleans, La. 
Wbittam A Skinner, 701 Delaware 

St., Kansas City. Mo. 
Wickham Richard (Builder), Albany, 

N.Y. 
Wilcox A. T., Monroe, Mich. 
Wllkins, Post & Co., AtlunU. Ga. 
Williams D R N., Independence, la. 
Williams & Flynn, Independence, la. 
Williams, McRitchie & Co., Chicago, 

111. 
Wilson Bros. A Co., Philade1phla,Pa. 
Wilson A Co., 172 Uth St., Toledo, O. 
Wilson A Co., Russell ville, Ala. 
Wilsoo A Crowley, Chicagp^ lU. 



n4: 



Representative Dealers in Contractors* Supplies and JELailway 
Materials generally* 



31:. J. i>«,xj]M[]MOTVi>, 



BSLLnfO AGBNT rOB 



SCHUYLKILL HAVEN IRON CO., 

RAILROAD SPIKES, BOLTS AND NUTS. 

Equitable Building, New York, 

■ 

52 BROADWAY NEW YORK. 

Agent for SMITH & CLIFT'S SAND PUMP. 

Railway and Contractors^ Equipment and Supplies* 

MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES FOR SUBMARINE WORK a Specialty. Correspondence solicited. 





ORANGE SPORTING POWDER. Orange MilU EstablUhed z8o8. ELECTRIC BLASTING APPARATUS. 

Send for Illustrated Pamphlet describing Blasting ApparatuSi and showing sixes of grain 

of Powder, FREE. 

LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO., 29 Murray St., New York. 

BRANCH OFFICE, 918 North Second St., St. Louii, Mo. 



vVillianKson & Oa.is@ed.y, 

RAILWAY, MACHINISTS' AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 

OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. 

24 South Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIJ. 



THORNTON N. MOTLEY, 

XANUTACTUBKB AKD DBALBB OT 

RAILWAY, STEAMSHIP & CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES, 

Light and Heavy Hardware and Goods for Matport, 
d 3L,ll>erty Street, ISBITV YORK. 

GEO. H. CAREY, 

PW^o. 1 miOA.I>TirA.Y, IVETV YORK:. 

RAILWA!^ EQXJII^NIE^NT AND SUPPLIES 

Of every description used in the construction and maintenance of RAILROADS. 

Second-hand LOCORK^TIVES and PASSENGER CARS in good serviceable condition, for 
IRHHEDIATE DELIVERY. ^T" Write for description and prices. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— LIST O^f CONTRACTORS. 215 



Wilson Peter, Denver, Col. 
Wtngate J. H.. WytherUle, V«. 
Wineo 1 I. & Co., 19:3 Dorrance St, 

Providence. R. I. 
Winston F. G.. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Winston P. B. & Co., .Mltcbell, 

Ddk. 
Winxton W. O , Minneapolis, Minn. 
Winston Bros., Minneapolis, Mlun. 
Wither B. Q. A Bro., Russellville, 

Ala., ana Memphis, Tenn. 
Witherow J. P.. 505 SmitbAeld St., 

Pitti*biirgh, Pa. 
Wolf John S., OUnmwa, la. 



Wood A. P., Oniaha, Neb. 

Wood J. P., 19th and Thompson Sts., 

Phfiadelphia. Pa. 
Wood A Bancroft, Omaha, Neb. 
Woodard B., New Orleans, La. 
Woolej C S. A Co., 93 Commercial 

St., Boston. Mass. 
Wright A. H., Qreenfleld, Mass. 
Wright A. R C, Shelby. N. C. 
Wright A Co.. Richmond, Va. 
Wriiht John K., Junction City, Kan. 
Wright Lntber, Richmond, Va. 
Wright, Perkins A Co., Birmingham, 

Ala. 



Wright S. M., ChesterhlU. Morgan 
Co., O. 

Yrrker Victor A., Lancaster, Pa. 
Yingling J. A. A Co., Cincinnati, O. 
Young N. S., Burlington, la. " 
Young W. R., Paris. Texas. 
Young A Robinson, St. Joseph, 

Young,' Ryan, Hayes A Co., 31 Milk 
St., Boston, Mass. 

Zimmerman Jacob, Lntesville, Mo. 



The CofUraciora herein vterUioned possess Superior Facilities for 
Railroad Construction and works connected therefvith, and are of 
known Integrity and Relidbility. 




. 3Vfl;o3Vfl;j9L3NrXTSy 

RAILROAD CONTRACTOR, 

'AfcLSorvpy, Tva^cJclciytrLg artcZ Q-vadtng ct Specialty, 
Res.: 3208 Spencer Terrace and 224 North 32d St., Philadelphiap Pa. 

Reference : Psmr. R. R Co., Fourth St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



E. J. OAYIVrOR, 

Pennsylvania Railroad and General Contractor. 

SpecialtUg : Bridge and other Masonrj and Graduation. BaUroadt for which work has iMm per- 
formed: New Jersey Central. Morris and Bssex, Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Now engacred on exten- 
sion of Penna. Schuylkill Valley R.R.. Oilberton to Shenandoah, Pa. B^frmou: Geo. B. Roberts, Presi- 
dent and J. N. Da Barry, Vlce-Pies. Penna. R. R.; Chief Sogineer P. F. Brendlinger, of Penna. S. V. R. R. 
and Pennsylvania Nat. Bank, Pottsvllle, Pa. 

HOME OFFICE, POTT8VILLE, PA. 



CONTRACTOR. 

Proposals cheerfully given for Grtuling^^ Matonry^ Tunfuliing and Track Laying* Having all the 
latest improvements in machinery, I am prepared to execute all contracts in the shortest possible time. 

OFFICE : ZZ26 North 40th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



RAILROAD CONTRACTOR'S BUREAU, 

I. E. Cof. litk SL t CInittu in, ST. UDIS, 10. 

SKILLED ITALIAN RAILROAD LABORERS and miners, with a boss who can speak 

English with every 50 or xoo laborers. 

X^* de IWl^I^NIlSy Propr. and Ufanaffer. 



216 



R€present€Mve Civil and CansuUing Engineers. 



W. HOWARD WHITE, M. Am. Soe. C. E., HENRY RAEDER, Engineer and Arohite^ 

74 WaU St., New York. 918 Inturane* Exchange, Chicago, lU, 

WHITE 8z RAEDER, 

Engineers. 

Reports on Railroads and other enterprise*. Design and Superintendence of all kinds of Engineering, a nd 
Landscape and Sanitary Work. Grain Elevaton a Specialty. 



K:^iaE[T & BONTJUCOTJ, 

Mema. Am. Soc. C.B. 

CIVIL ENGINEERS. 

p. O. BOX Z, KANSAS CITT^ MO. 

Railway ImprovemenU, Bridges. Plans and Estimates for Water Supply and Sanitary Works, Surveys, and 

Reports on Public Improvements in Southwestern States. 




OXTXS Z^oXji.A.X3Nr, 

M. Am. Soc. C. E. 
Lats Ass*t U. S. Ehc*r South Pass Jetties, 
Division Enginbbr G. P. R*v, and 
Maintsnancb op Way Eng'r S. F. R. R. 

CONSULTING ENGINEER AND CONTRACTOR, 

Makes a specialty of R. R. Construction and Equipment in cases where it is desired to make payment in Bonds. 



HENRY S. PRICHARD, 

CIVIL ENGINEER AND INSPECTOR. 

Bridges, Boofa, Iron Buildings, etc., JOeeigned and Inspected. 

316 WALNUT STREET, - - PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



SAMUEL Mcelroy, c.e., 

Mem. West. Soc. Eng.; Am. Soc. Mech. Eng. 

1 70 Broadway, New York. 50 Johnson St„ Brooklyn, 

HYDRAULIC AND RAIL\V^AY EXPERT. 

37 Yearx* Practice : Water Works, Canals, Rivers, Harbors, Railways, Engines, Machinery. 





Bridge and Consulting Engineer, 

S PEMBERTON SQUARE BOSTON, MASS. 

SPBCIALTIBS— Bridges, Boefs, Bailroad Stmti&ns and Buildings. 



. 



OAR ATTiE MANXTFAOTUBJBRS. 

3. List of Cab Axle Manufacturers in the United States and 
Canada, with the Names of Directors and Officers of the 
Leading Corporate Organizations. 



Altx Forge Co., Chicago, J\U 

Akron Steam Fornre Co., Akron, O. Directors: A. L. 
Conger, John McGrnror, Qtortte T. Perkins, George 
W. Croase, Charles Rawson. Officers: A. L. Conger, 
President; John McGregor, Treasurer ; Charles Raw- 
son, Superintendent, Akron, O 

Allentown (The) Rolling Mills, Allentown, Pa. Direc- 
tors: Ario Pardee, Hazelton, Pa.: Arlo Pardee, Jr., 
Franklin A. Comly, John R. Pell, Henry C. Coch- 
ran, Philadelphia, Pa. Officers: A. Pardee, Jr., 
President, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. W. Allison, Secre- 
tary, Treasurer and Superintendent: Frederick S. 
Gnerber, Manager of Switchand Signal Department, 
Allentown, Pa. 

Atglen Axle and Iron Manufacturing Co., Atgien, Pa. 

Bass Foundry and Machine Works. See Car Axle Man- 
ufacturing Co. 

Bangh Steam Forge Co., Detroit, Mich. Officers: 
James McMillan, President ; Hugh McMillan, Vice- 
President ; W. K. Anderson, Treasurer ; R. D. Field, 
Secretary ; John B. Bangh, General Manager ; 8. A. 
Baugh, Superintendent, Detroit, Mich. 

Bethlehem Iron Co., Bethlehem, Pa. Directors: Alfred 
Hunt, Robert H. Sayre. William W. Thurston, E. P. 
Wilbur, Robert P. Underman, Bethlehem, Pa.; John 
Knecht, Freemansburg, Pa.: Joi>eph Wharton, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Officers : Alf^d Hunt, Piesident; Wil- 
liam W. Thurston. Vice-Prerident ; C. O. Bnmner, 
Treasurer ; Abraham S. Schropp. Secretary ; Robert 
H. Sayre, General Manager; John Fritz, (General 
Superintendent, Bethlehem, Pa. 

Boston Forge Co., Boston. Mass. 

Bridgewater Iron Co., Briagewatcr, Mass. 

Buffalo Steam Forge. Gould A Stimson, Proprietors, 
Buffalo. N. T. 

Cape and Anchor Works, Gloucester, Ma#s Directors: 
George R. Bradford. N. H. Phillips, W. N. Fisher, W. 
F. Fi»her, Geori^e Clark, Gloucesiter, Msss. Officers: 
N. H. Phillips, President ; Georee R. Bradford. Tress- 
urer ; F. A. Fisher, SecreUry; W. N. Fisher, General 
Manager, Gloace<>ter, Mass. 

Cambria Iron and Steel Works. See Rail Mills. 

Carnegie, Phiups A Co. See Rail Mills. 

Catasanqaa Mauufacturing Co., Catasauona, Pa. Mills 
at Cat<isauqua and Ferndsle, Ph. Officers : Oliver 
Williams, President ; John WDUamM. Secretary ; 
Henry Davia, Treanurer; W. P. Hopkins, Superin- 
tendent, Catasauqua, Pa.; Edward Edwards, Super- 
intendent, Femdale, Pa.; Justice Cox, Jr., A Co., 
224 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Fa., and B. T. 
Day, 95 Liberty Street, Mew York, N. Y., Selling 
Agents. 

Central Iron and Steel Co., Brazil, Ind. Directors : D. 
W. Minshall, Terre Haute, Ind.; M. A. Johnson, 
Chicago, 111.; John G. Bryson, Charles Minshall, 
Major Cfollins, Brazil, Ind. Officers : Msjor Collins, 
President and General Manager; Charles Minshall, 
Secretary and Treasurer. Brazu. Ind. 

Chicago Forge and Bolt Co., Chicago, Dl. Directors : 
John Crerar, J. McG. Adams. A. B. Adams, Fred- 
erick M. Steele, Francis King, Chlcairo, Dl. Officers: 
A. E. Adams, President; Francis King. Treasurer; 
Frederick M. Steele, Secretary : C. Weatharson, Gen- 
eral Superintendent, Chicago, 111. 

Cincinnati Forge and Iron Co.. south-west comer Plum 
and McParland streets, Cincinnati, O. Works, Front 
Street, below Mill Creek. Officers : B. Pollak, Presi- 
dent ; Joseph Block, Vice-President and Treasurer ; 
E. Benlamfn, Secretary, Cincinnati, O. 

Cleveland City Forge and Iron Co., Cleveland, O. Offi- 
cers : R. H. Harman, President, new York, N. Y.; L. 



M. Coe, Vice-President and Manager ; G. F. Ely, Se^ 
retary and Treasurer. Cleveland, O. 

Cleveland Rolling Mill Co., Cleveland, O. Directors : 
William ChishoTm, J. H. Wade, U. B. Psyne, J. H. 
Wade, Jr.. W. B. Chisholm, Cleveland, O. Offlcen : 
William Chisholm, President ; W. B. Chisholm, Vics- 
President ; Edward S. Paee, Secretary, Cleveland, O. 

Cole Manuflictoring Co., Lake Village, N. H. 

Colorado Coal and Iron Co. See Rail Mills. 

Cuvahoga Forge and Iron Co , Cnyahogs Falls, O. 

Delaney Forge and Iron Co., Buffalo, M. Y. 

Depere Steam Forge, West Depere, wis. 

Detroit Bridge and Iron Works, Detroit, Mich. Diree- 
tors : Willard S. Pope. William C. Colbum, William 
L. Baker, Detroit, Mich. Officers: Willard 8. Popa, 
President and Engineer ; Henry C. Colburn, Cashier; 
George Stark, Master of Machinery ; J. W. Stongbton, 
Superintendent of Bridges, Detroit, Mich. 

Ensign Manufsctunng Co., Huntington, W. Va. Direc- 
tors : William H. Bamnm, Lime Rock, Conn^ F. B. 
Cauda, Isaac B. Gates, New York, N. Y.; B. Enslgii, 
D. W. Emmons, Huntington. W. Va. Officers : Wil- 
liam H. Barnnm, President, Lime Rock, Conn.; F. X. 
Cauda, Vice-President, 11 Pine Street, New York, 
N. Y.; E. Ensign, Secretary and Treasurer, Hunting- 
ton, W. Va.; John W. Savin, General Agent, 11 Plos 
Street, New York, N. Y., John H. Hehnion, Superin- 
tendent Car Depsrtment ; I. R. Titus and H. M. Ba- 
sign. Foremen of Foundry ; George H. Day, Superin- 
tendent of Forge, Huntington, W. Va. 

Erie Forge Co., Erie, Pa. 

Eastern Forge Co., Portland, Me. Works at East Desr- 
Ing, Me. Directors : H. N. Jose. George F. Morss^ 
A. Strout, M. T. Denham, Portland, Me.; T. W. 
Hyde, Bath, Me. Officers : H. N. Jose, President ; 
M. T. Denham, Treasurer and Agent, Portland, Me. 

Franconia Iron and Steel Works, wareham, Mass. 
James C. Warr, Lessee, Wareham, Mass. 

Frankford Steel Co., Frankford, Pa. Adam Tindel, 
Proprietor, Frankford, Pa. 

Green Ridge Iron Works. See Rail Mills. 

Helmharher Forge and Rolling Mill Co., north-west eor- 
neifFlfth and Market streets, St. Louis. Mo. Directors: 
Aloise Helmbacher, Michael Helmbacher, James 
Green, George S. Edgell, G. L. Goetz, St. Loais, Mo. 
Officers: James Green, President and Treasurer; 
Q<^rge S. Edgell, Vice-President ; G. L. OoeU, Sec- 
retary • Aloise Helmbacher, Superintendent, 8L 
Louis, Mo. 

Hudson River Iron Co., Poughkeepsle, N. Y. 

Huseey. Howe A Co., Limited, Penn Avenue and Sersa- 
ie<rnth Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Officers : C. G. Hns- 
sey, Chairman ; James W. Brown, Treasurer : J. J. 
Young, Manager. Branch offices, 8 Cliff Street, New 
York, N. Y.; 187 Oliver Street., Boston, Mass.; MO 
Lnke Street, Chicago, Ul. 

Johnson, J. R. A CoM<Kichmond, Va. 

Johnson FOrge Co., Wilmington, Del. 

Kansas Rolling Mill, Kansas City, Mo. 

Kinsley Iron and Machine Co., Canton, Mass. Direc- 
tors : Oakes A. Ames, Cyms Lathrop, North Eastoa, 
Mass.; Oliver Ames, Frederick L. Ames, Boston, 
Mass.; Frank M. Ame', Edward Eager, Canton, 
Mass. Officers : Frederick L. Ames, President, Bos- 
ton, Mass.; Bdwsrd Eager, Secretary and Treasurer; 
Frank M. Ames, Grneral Manager. Canton, Mass. 

La Belle Steel Works. Owned oy Smith Bro^t. A Co., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Selling AgenU : Wetherell Bros., 
31 Oliver Street. Boston, Mass., and 115 Libertj 
Street, New York, N. Y.; aiitf *• -— — — - -^^ 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 



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Lackawanna Iron and BietH Works. See Bail MUIa. 

Laclede Rolling Mill, St. Lonis, Mo. 

Lake Brie Iron Company, Cleveland. O. Offlcera : W. 
0. Scofleld, Pre»Iaent ; Bdward Lewia, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; C. W. Scofleld, Secretary and Treasurer ; 
Jamei Lewis, Mill Snperintendent : F. B. Scofleld, 
Factory Superintendent, Clereland, O. 

Lehigh Car, Wheel and Axle Works. See Oar Bailders. 

Linien Steel Co., Limited, Linden Station (B. and O. 
BR.), Pa. Branch office, Lewis Baildine. Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Officers : W. J. Lewis, President ; H«nry Lloyd, 
Vice-President ; Cephns Taiylor, Secretary : M. D. W. 
Loomfs, Treasurer : Blchard Hnrrell, Manager. 

Long & Co. See Vnlcan Force and Iron Co. 

Loafsville Steam Forge Co., Loni8^ille. Ky. Directors: 
Nor\in Gre^n, New York. N. Y.: J. B. Wilder. John 
B. Oreen, Warren Green, Jacob Loeey, LonisviUe, Ky. 
Officera : ?Iorvln Green, President, Nfw York. N. Y.; 
John B. Qreen, Vice-President, Secretary and Treas- 
nrer; Jacob Losey, General Manager, Loalsville, 
Ky. 

Lynchburg Iron Co., Lynchbui*, Va. Offlcera : E. B. 
Qmbb, rreMdent : Alexander van Ben»-selaer, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; William H. Patterson, Secretary, Treas- 
urer and General Manatcer, Lynchbnrg, Va. 

Macphersnn, Willard A Co., Bordentown, N. J. 

McKee, Fuller & Co., Catasanqua, Pa. 

Michigan Car Co. See Car Wheel Manufacturers. 

MidvaTe Steel Co. Works and main office, Nlcetown 
and 838 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa Officera : 
William Sellers, PreMdent ; Marriott C. Smyth, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer ; B. W. Davenport, Snperin- 
tendent, Philadelphia, Pa, . 

Milton Iron Co., Milton, Pa. Directors: w. A. Schrey. 
er, S. W. Murray, John McCleery, H. J. Ilelnen. Mil- 
ton, Pa.; C. L. Munson, Williamrport, Pa. Officers: 
W. A. Scbrever. President, Milton, Pa»; John M. 
Young, Treasurer, Wllllamsport, Pa.; Frederick M. 
Kelly, Secretary ; John Jenkins, General Manager, 
Milton, Pa. 

Nashua Iron and Steel Co., Naahna, N. H. 

New Albany Steam Forge Co.^ew Albany, Ind. Di- 
melon : Charles Sackett, Thomas W. Armstrong, 
Edward J. Brooks, John S. Day, Isaac S. Winstanlcr, 
New Albany, Ind. Officers : Charlea Sackett, Preol- 
dent '^George B. Sackett, Secretary and Treasurer ; 
J. T. Wright, General Superintendent, New Albany, 
Ind. 

Noble Bros., Annlston, Ala. 

Nova Scotia Forge Co., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. 

Old Fort Iron Works, Brownsville. Pa. 

Otia Iron and Steel Works, Cleveland, O. Directors : 
Charles A. Oris, Daniel P. Bells, B. B. Thomas. S. T. 
Wellman, Thomas Jopling, Cleveland, O. Officers : 
Charles ^. Otis, President ; Thomas Jopling JTreasur- 
er; J. K. Bole, Secrettry: Samuel T. Wellman 
Snperintendent. Cleveland, 0. 

Paciflo Rolling Mill Co., San Frandaco, Cal. 

Pateraon Iron Co., Paterson, N. J. 

Pencoyd Iron Works. Owned by A A P. Roberts A 
Co., Ml South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Penn Iron Co., Lancaster, Pa. Officers : A. J. Stein- 



man. Chairman : C. S. Foltx. Secretary and Treasur- 
er ; W. B. Middieton. Superintendent Lancaster. Pa. 
Peilnoylvania Steel Co., Steelton. Pa. Directors : Sam- 
uel M. Felton, Henry H. Houeton, Charlemagne 
Tower, Edmund Smith, Luther S. Bent, William M. 
Spackman, Steelton. Pa. Officers: Samuel M. 
Felton, President, Philadelphia, Pa.; Luther S. Bent, 
Vice-President and General Manager. Steelton, Pa. ; 
Bben F. Barker, Secretary and Treasurer. Philadel- 

6hia, Pa.; Frederick W. Wood. Snperintendent; 
idnr C. Felton, Assistant Snperintenaent ; George 
W. Parsons, Superintendent or Frog, Switch and Sig- 
nal Department, Steelton, Pa. 

Pittsburgh Forge and Iron Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Offi- 
cers : Calvin B. Wellp, Prei*ident and Treasurer ; 
James K. Vemer, Secretary, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Proeser, Thomas A Son. See Car Wheel Manufac- 
turers. 

Pullmsn Palace-Car Co. See Sleeplug-Car Companies. 

Rhode Island Locomotive Works. See Locomotive 
Bnilders. 

Roberts, A. & P. A Co. See Pencoyd Iron Works. 

St. Lonis Steam Forge and Rolling Mills. Owned by 
A. McDonald & Bro., comer Main and Miller atreeCs, 
St. Louia, Mo. 

Silver Iron Worka, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Sizer, W. S., Steam Forge, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Spencer A Price, Scranton, Pa. 

Swifc^B Iron and Steel Works. Cincinnati, O. 

Taylor Iron Works. See Car Wheel Manufacturer*. 

Tredegar Iron Works. Owned by Tredegar Co., Rich- 
mond, Va. Directors : Joseph R. Anderson, Archer 
Anderson, R. S. Archer, F. T. Glasgow, B. L. Hob- 
son. Richmond. Vs.; I. R Anderson, Lees. Gooch- 
land County, Va. Officers: Jofeph R. Anderson. 
President ; Archer Anderson. Vice-President and 
Treasurer ; John F. T. Anderson, SecreUry ; Robert 
S. Archer, Superintendent Rolling Mill ; F. T. Glas- 
gow, Saperintendent Foundry and Car Shops ; B. R. 
Archer, Chief Engineer. Richmond, Va. 

Troy Steel and Iron Co., Troy, N. Y. Directors : Braa- 
tus Coming, Selden E. Marvin, Albanv, N. Y.; Ches- 
ter Griswold, L. B. Cannon, Alexander J. Leith, H. 
N. Rogers, Benjamin Brewster, New York, N. Y. ; 
Charles W. Tillinghast, William Kemp, Trot, N. Y. 
Officers: Chester Griswold, President. New York, 
N. Y.; ErastQS Coming, Vice-President; Selden B. 
Marvin, Secretary and Treasurer, Albany, N. Y.; 
Robert W. Hant. Superintendent, Troy. N. Y. 

Vulcan Forge ana Iron Works. Owned by Long A 
Co.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Ward Axle, Brake A Coupling Co.. Monoiigahela City, 
Pa. Directors: W. C. Aughinbaugh, L B. Miller, 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; W. H. Ward, B. W. Kellar, W. H. 
Ward. Jr., Monongahela, Pa. Officers : W. H. Ward, 
President and Treasurer, Monongahela City, Pa.; 
W. C. Aughinbaugh. Secretary, PittPburgh, Pa.; W. 
H. Ward, Jr., General Manager, Monongahela City, 
Pa. 

Willard Sons A Bell Co , Chicago, DI. 

Winsted Iron Co.. Winsted, Conn. 

Wood. William W., Wood's FaUa, N. Y. 



OAR BUILDERS. 

4. List of Car Builders ix the United States and Canada, with the 
Names of Directors and Officers of Leading Corporate Or- 
oanizations. 



Allison Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia* Pa. Direc- 
tora : W. C. Allim^n, James M. Langaere, Alfred L. 
Bellera, Philadelphia. i>a. Offlcera : W. C. Allison, 
President ; James O'Neill, Treasurer ; L. J. Piers, 
Secretary, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Allison, John A Co. iSee Haselton Iron Works. 

Altoona Car Works. A 1 tot ma. Pa. 

Barney A Smith Manuracturing Co., Dayton. O. Di- 
rectors : B. J. Bnmey^ J. D. Piatt, F. B. Smith, 
A. C. Barney, Edward E. Barney, Dayton. 'O. Offi- 
cers : E. J. Barney, President j J. D. Piatt, Vice- 
President and Tr«Mii»iir<;r ; K. B. Smith, Secretary ; 
Bdward E. Barney, Superintendent ; A. M. Kit- 
tredge. Assistant Superintendent, Dayton, O. 

Beaver Falls Car Co., Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Billmeyer A Sm*ll Co., York, Pa. Officers : John M. 
Small, President ; GMorge S. Billmeyer, Secretary and 
Treasorer ; WliUinD. Billmeyer, Assistant Secretary, 
York, Pa. 

Bloom sburg Car Work?, Bloomsbnrg. Pa. 

Bradley Car Works. Osgood, BrMley & Sons, Pro- 

Srieiors, Worcehtcr. Mass. 
II, J. G. ft Co.. I'hilsdelphia, Pa. 

Brownell A Wignc Car Co., St. Louis, Mo. Directors : 
Frederick B. Brownell, B. H. Brownell, A. S. Par- 
tridge, St. Loui^ Mo. Officers: B. F. Brownell, 
President; B. H. BroMmell, Vice-President : A. 8. 
Partridge, Secretary and Treasurer, St. Louis, ICo. 

Buffalo Car Mannfacturing Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Direc- 
tora : G. W. Mill«r, James F. Chard, Buffalo, N. Y. ; 
E. O. Gilbert. Troy. N. Y. Officers: Georse W. 
Miner, President and Treasurer, Buffalo, N. Y.; 
Chester Oriswold, Vice-President, New York, N.Y.: 
James F. Chard, Secretary ; A. B. Neill. General 
Managtr ; F. Johnson, General Superlntendant, Buf- 
fsloTN.Y. 

Carlisle Manufacturing Co., Carlisle. Pa. Directors, 
elected January 6. 1886 : J. H. Bosler, John Hayes, 
George S. Buteno. W. D. Sponsler. W. W. Dale, J. L. 
Meloy, F. Gardner. W. R. Line, L. M. Myers, Carlisle, 
Pa. Officers : J. 11. Borler, Prei«ident ; John Hayes, 
Vice-President ; E. J. Gardner, Treasurer and Super- 
intendent ; J. L. Meloy, Secretaiy ; John Hayea, 
General Mannger, Carlisle, Pa. 

Carter Bros., San Francisco, Cal. 

Connellsville Machine and Car Works, ConndlsTllle, 
Pa. 

Conshohocken Car Works, Conshohocken, Pa. 

Carey, Francis W. & Co., Chicago, Ul. 

Crangle, E. J., Calais. Me. 

Crossen, James, Car Works. Cobourg, Ont. 

Dauphin Car Worki*. Dauphin, Pa. 

Dure & Co., Wilininsiiton. Del. 

Enaign Manufacturing Co. See Car Axle Manufac- 
turers. 

Erie Car Works, Limited, Brie, Pa. Directors : W. N. 
Galbraith. W. R. Davenport, John Fairbaim, Erie, 
Pa.; H. B. Plumer, Franklin. Pa. Officers* W. R. 
Darenport, Proidcnt, Brie, Pa.; H. B. Plumer, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer. Franklin, Pa. 

Feigel Car Co., 108 Wall Street, New York, N. Y. Offi- 
cers : Asa L. Rogvrt<. President ; William C. Baker. 
Treasurer ; Frank L. I'orwin, Secretary, New York, 
N. Y.; Michael Feigel, General Superintendent, New 
Utrecht, L. I. 

Gilbert Car Mannf icturing Co., Troy, N. Y. Trustees : 
Uri Gilbert, Bdward G. GUbert, William B. Gilbert, 
Frederick 8. Young, Geonre L. French, Troy. N. Y. 
Offlcera : Uri Gilbert. President and Treasurer ; Bd- 
ward G. GUbert. Vice-Preddent and Assistant Treas- 
urer ; WillUm B. Gilbert, ad Vice-President ; Fred- 



erick 8. Young, Secretary, Troy, N. Y.; B. F. 3ianier, 
Superintendent, Troy, N. Y. 

Gill Car Manufacturing Co.. Columbus, O. Officers : 
John L. Gill, President ; H. R. Gill, Treasurer ; Wil- 
son L. Gill, Secretary and Superintendent, Columbos, 
O. 

Harlan A Hollingsworth COm Wilmington, Del. Di- 
rectors : J. Taylor Gaose, fit. T. Gause. Thomaa Jack- 
son, A. Kelley, N. N. Benson, Wilmin|rton. Del. Offi- 
cers : J. Taylor Gause, President ; H. T. Ganse^Vioe- 
Pre«ident anii Secretary ; Thomaa B. Smith, Treas- 
urer, Wilmington, Del 

Harris, Jamea & Co., St Johns, N. B., and Portland, 
Me. 

Harrisburg Csr Manufacturing Co., Harrisburg, Pa, 
Directors, elected January 1^ 1886 : David Fleming, 
Henry Gilbert. W. W. Jennin^a, David Maeyer, Jonn 
DeHaven, W. J. Oalder, T. D. Greenawalt, Harris- 
burg, Pa. Officers : David Fleming, President ; 
W. T. Hildrup, Treasurer and General Manager ; 
W. T. Hildrup, Jr., Secretary ; George G. Borer, 
Superintendent ; John Murphy, Agent ; M. E. iier> 
ahey, Snperhitendent Foundry and Machine Depart- 
ment ; John B. Carmany, Superintendent Saw Mill 
Department, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Haskell A Barker Car Co., Michigan City, Ind. Di- 
rectors : John H. Barker, Walter Vail, N. P. R<M;en, 
Michigan City, Ind. One vacancy. Officers: John 
H. Barker, President : N. P. Rogers, Secretary and 
Treasurer, Michigan City, Ind. 

Haselton Iron Woiics, Haselton, Pa. John AUison A 
Co., Proprietors. Haselton, Pa. 

Huntingdon Car Works, Huntingdon, Pa. 

Indiana Car Co., Cambridge City, Ind. Officers : Wil- 
liam McMillan, President and Treasurer ; William H. 
Gardner, Vice-President ; O. L. Brigham, Secretary, 
Cambridge City, Ind. 

Indianapolis Car. and Manufacturing, Co., Indianapolis, 
Ind. Officers : Charles S. MiiUrd, President and 
Treasurer; Frank D. Richards. Secretary* C. O. 
Wilder, Superintendent, Indianapolis, Ind.; Herbert 
Royston. General Agent, Chicas^o, Ul. 

Iron Bay Foundry, Marquette, Mich. 

Jacksonville Car and Manufkcturing Co., Jacksonville, 
Ul. 

Jackson A Sharp Co., Wilmington, Del. Officers: 
Job H. Jackson, President; Charles S. Rowland, 
Treasurer ; Ellwood C. Jsckson, Secretary, Wilming- 
ton, Del. 

Jackson A Woodin Manufacturing Co., Berwick, Pa. 
Directors: M. W. Jackson, F. R. Jackson, Garrick 
Mallery, C. R. Woodin, Bervrick, Pa. Officers : C. R. 
Woodin, President ; Garrick Mallerv,Vice-President ; 
H. F. Glenn, Treaaurer and Sapermtendent of Roll- 
ing Mill ; C. H. Zehnder, Secretary and Superintend- 
ent Car Works, Berwick, Pa. 

Johnston, Adam A Son, Reading, Pa. 

Jonea Car Worka, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Jones, J. M. Sons, West Troy, N. Y. 

Keith Manufacturing Co. Isaac N. Keith, Proprietor. 
Works at Sagamore and Hyannis, Maaa. 

Keene, W. H.. Woodvllle. Pa. 

Kingston Car Works Co., Kingston, Ont 

Knoxville Iron Co. W. R. Tattle, Prtisident. Purchaa- 
ers of the Anniston Cmx Works. Anni^ton, Ala. 

Laclede Car Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, Mo. 

Laconia Car Co., Laconia, N H. Officers : Parley Pul- 
nam. President; Jolm C. Moncton, Treaaurer and 
Secretary, Laconia, N. H. 

La Fayette Car Works, La Fayette. Ind. Directors: 
C. R. Cummings, O. S. Gaither, B. F. Masten, Chicago, 



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111.; P. W. Masten, H. W. Chase, La Fayette, Ind. 
OtBcers : B. F. Masten, Preaident and General Man- 
ager ; O. 8. Oaither, Treasurer, Chicago. 111.; H. W. 
Chase, Secretary ; F. 8. Clark, General Saperintend- 
ent ; Frank M. Cary, Parchasing Agent, La Fayette, 
Ind. 

Lebanon Maaufactaring Co., 906 North Tenth Street, 
Lebanon, Pa. Of&cers : Adolph Reinoehl, Preeident ; 
Richard Meily, Vice-President; Jobn Hnnsicker, 
Treasurer ; John B. Ranch, Secretary ; J. M. Qettel, 
Saperintendent, Lebanon, ra. 

Lehigh Car, Wheel and Axle Works. McKee, Fuller it 
Co., Catasauqna, Pa. 

L^Hote & Co., New Orleans, La. 

Lima Car Co., Lima. O. 

Litchfield Car and Machine Co., Litchfield, 111. 

Lombard, Thomas, Augusta, Me. 

Lockard. G. M. & J. K., Bloonubarg, Pa. 

Londonderry Car Works, Loudondenry, N. S. 

Michigan Car Co., Detroit, Mich. Ofllcers: James 
McMillan, Preaident; Hugh McMillan, Vice-Presi- 
dent and General Manager ; James McGregor, Gen- 
eral Superintendent ; H W. Dyar, Assistant Manager : 
W. K. Anderson. Treasurer ; Joseph Taylor, 9d 
Vice-President ; W. C. McMillan, Secretary, Detroit, 
Mich. 

Mlddletown Car Works. Schall A King, Proprietors, 
Middletown, Pa. 

Milton Car W^orks, Milton, Pa. Officers : S. W. Murray, 
General Manaser ; C. H. Dlckerman, Secretary and 
Treasurer; L. J. Satteson, General Superintendent; 
W. R. Kramer. Purcnasing Agent, Milton. Pa. 

Missouri Car and Foundry Co. See Gar Wheel Manu- 
facturers. 

Morris, W. A Bio., Haselton, Pa. 

North Carolina (.'ar Co., Raleigh, N. 0. Directors : 
R. F. Hoke, Julius Le^riii, Raleigh, N. C; D. A. 
Waters, Philadelphia, Pa.: C. H. Beckwlth, Keyaer, 
N. C; M. T. Leach, Raleigh, N. C. Officers : R. F. 
Hoke, President: John Ward, Secretary and Treas- 
urer ; William £. Ashley, Superintendent, Raleigh, 
N. C. 

North-Westem Manufacturing Car Co.. Stillwater, Minn. 
Officers : D. M. Sabin, President, Stillwater, Minn.; 
J. V. Pierce, Vice-President, Red Wing, Minn.; J. C. 
O'Gorman, Treasurer ; W. 8. Goodhue. Secretary ; 
B. S. Brown, Receiver ; H. G. Stone, Assistant Re- 
ceiver. Stillwater, Minn. 

O'Ferrell, John & Co., Piqua, O. 

Ohio Falls Car Co., Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Ontario Car and Foundry Co. Thomas Mulr, Managing 
Director, London, Ont. 

Pardee Car and Machine Works, Watsontown, Pa. Far- 
dee, Snyder & Co., Limited, Proprietors. Officers : 
A. Pardee, Chairman ; 8. B. Morgan, Secretary, Treas- 
urer, and General Manager, Watsontown, Pa. 

Patterson & Corbin, St. Catherines, Out. 

Peninsular Car Works, Detroit, Mich. Directors: 
James F. Joy, Russell A. Aim, Allan Sheldon. Frank 
J. Hecker, Charles L. Freer, Detroit, Mich. Officers : 
Frank J. Hecker, President ; Allan Sheldon, Viee- 
Presldent ; Charles L. Freer, Secretary and Treai- 
nrer ; John Dovle, Superintendent, Detroit, Mich. 

Pennock Bros., Minerva, O. 

Pennsylvania Car Works, Llgonler, Pa. Transfer Office 
and worka, LaUobe, Pa. DiieoCors: R.M.Greyham, 



N. M. Marker, H. H. Covode, W. D. McGowen, H. S. 
Denney, Llgonler. Pa.; J. R. Mellon, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Officers : 8 H. Baker. Pre.-iideDt, Latrobe, Pa. la. M. 
Grey ham, Vice-President, Ligonier, Pa.; A.W.Mel- 
lon, Secretary and Treasurer ; Thomas A. Mellon, 
General Manager; George Senft, General Superin- 
tendent, Pittsbargh, Pa. 

Pioneer Iron Works, Brooklvn, N. Y. 

Portland Company, PortUiDa, Me. 

Pullman Palace Car Co. See Sleeping Car Companies. 

Roanoke Machine Works, Rounoko, Va. Directors : 
F. J. Kimball, 0. H. Clark, K. W. Clark, Joseph L 
Doreu, W. G. Macdowell, William 0. BniliU. Phlla- 
delpbia. Pa.; P. L. Terry, Rosuoke, Va. Officers: 
F.J. Kimball, President: W. G. Macdowell, Acting 
Treasurer and Comptroller ; A. J. Hemphill. Secre- 
tary, Philadelphia, Fa.; JoMph H. SaDds, General 
Superintendent ; 8. B. Hnmpt. Snperintendent, Roa- 
noke, Va. ; W. C. DeArmoud, Purcbasing Agent, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Schall, M.. York, Pa. 

Schall & King. See Mlddletown Car Works. ' 

Snyder, G. W.. PotUville, Pa. 

Soule, B., San Francisco Cah 

Southern Car Works, Knoxville, Tfun. Directors: 
George W. Colwell. B. J. ^anford, R. L. LotJL B 8. 
Colwell, R. Z. Roberti». Ofilcerit : (George w. Col- 
well, President, Harrl«vllle, Mich.; R. Z. Roberts, 
Secretary and Treasurer, Knoxville, Tenn. 

Southern States Coal, Iron aud Laud Co., South Pitts- 
burgh, Tenn. 

St. Charles Car Co., St Charles, Mo. Officers : W. H. 
Glasgow, President; H. B. Decker, Vice-President; 
T. C. Salveter, General Manager : Alpheus Aymond, 
Secretary and Treasurer, St. Cbarluii, Mo. 

Steel, J. D. A Son, Manufacturing Co., Pot^stown, Pa. 
Officers : J. Dutton Steel, Chairman ; John H. Steele, 
Secretary and Treasurer ; Thomas C. Steele, General 
Superintendent, Pott«town, Pa. 

Stepheni>on, John, Co., Limited, New York, N. Y. 

Steubner A Woods, Long Inland City, N. Y. 

Swissvale Car Co., Swissvale, Pa. 

Terre Haute Car and Manufaciurlng Co., Terre Haute, 
Ind. 

Tredegar Iron Company. See Car Axle Manufacturers. 

Turl's iron Works, New York, N. Y. 

United States RoUing-Stock Co. See Sleeping-Car 
Companies. 

Waxner Palace<!ar Co. See S1eep)ng-Car Companies. 

Wallen, H. D., Jr., Grand Rapidt*, Mich. 

Wason Manufacturing Co. , Springfield , Mars. Officers : 
6. C. Flsk, President and General Manager ; H. 8. 
Hyde, Treasurer; Henry Peareou, Superintendent, 
Springfield, Mass. 

Watt, J. H. ft Bro., Bamesvillc, O. 

Wells A French Co., Chicuffo, 111. Officers : W. C. 
Van Home. President, Montreal, Cun.; O. W. Mey- 
senburg, Vice-President and Manager : H. L. Norton, 
Secretary and Treasurer, Chira^^o, III. Works near 
Bine Island Avenue and West Twemy-Second Street. 
Office, Hawley Building, Madison and Dearborn 
streets, Chicago, III. 

Youngstown Car Manufacturing Co., Youngstown, O. 
Officers : L. E. Cochran, PreMdo >t; B F. Boyd, Sec 
retary and Treasurer ; Andrew MlUike, General Man- 
ager, Youngstown, O. 



OAR SPRIKO MANUFAOTURERS. 

List of Cab Spbixq Uanufactubebs in the United States and 
Canada, with Names of Dibectors and Officebs of Leading 

COGPOBATE OgQANIZATIONS, 



ud Qaoenl UuiiEer : OeorgB W. CroD'B, Vlce-trcs:- 
Ident ; Oeorg" T. Perliiin. TreMorer; H, C. Corwa, 
»«Tetu7; Fnnk U. U>wD, SDiHiioUndent ; J. W. 
KeUejr. Pnitbmnj; Aijenl, Altroii, 0. 

Andicwf. Frimk H., Ma Weil Tbltlr-thinl SInct, New 
York. N. V, 

BaLU HpilDi Co.. Su Fnuicltco, Cil. ODcen : WIl- 
Oum A. BctU, Pntldaat ud ^apcrlDWDdmt, Otk- 
tuid,Cal.; EdwUi fntwelL. ^ecniai; uidTreiiiint. 
Sui Frucitco, Cftl. 

Botton Car HpriDg Co., Bo«ion. Nw. 

ChlcuD Trn iDd HprtDg WurkB. F. V, AlkiBtOD, 
Pt«aiileuu Cbtcuu, III 

Cletttud BoJling^ill Co. See Boll IUI1& 

ClareUnd KDlibetCo.. Clcvelind. U. 

CIsTBlud SprluE Co.. CJsxltnd. O. 

CoDun KLIpUc Spring Co., Ne« York, N. Y. Dlrec 
ton: WilJlu U. SUDloni, WillUm T. Minor, Wil- 
ton, New Yor^i, N, Y. ' 'oufcem': WlllUm H. 
BluCord, President; CbarlCB W. Ulnor. aecrcUrT 
ud Tnunrer; WUIlun Diflson, Genciml BoHrlii- 
tgndcDt; Ucnrj A. Ultle. Stitu Agent, Naw York. 

Cllfl «' Rlghler Co., Oiwego. N. Y. 
CoughllD, B. J. 3t Co.. HoniiMJ, Cu. 
Davli. A. B . Cv Spring Co., Umlled, PUIidelphljL 
Pk. Bnoch ofllce, Hilla' BDlIdlDg, New York. 



Deinill Steel u 
can: Alaiu 

Ctioala, Vice- 



ka. Detioll, Xlet 



Co., Wilmington, I 

_. ... _. _,, c. Gi»u. wTf , 

Wllmlneton, I>el. OMcen : Moiliu U Dirb, Frea- 

Idenl ; Lewla C Orati, Secmlaij uid Tnaiorer, 

WUmlnston. Del. 
Fulat (TEe) Stt'tl Co.. Brtdgepuit, Cord. Dlnclon : 

Joel Fu-Jat, Ororge WlniUor, BrldgeporL Conn.; 

John B. Windsor, HuUord. Conn.; F. W. Rhina- 

Under, C. J. Cuds. New York, N. Y. Ufflcen : 

Joel An«l, PrenWent, Brldcaporl, Conn.; John B. 

WlDdror. Trcunrcr. Hanfurd. Conn.; Qvorg* Wlnd- 

•or, 8*wet*rir, Brideepon, Uonn, 
Faren. T. J . Port Hovraid. W». 
FJa Ud SlKlBg Co.. Vonlrcil, Can. 
Fowlu. Jo>tah. HI. Johna, N. B. 
Froncb, iftrlui, SajmoDr. Cobq. 
I*«nch, The A Suring Co.. Limited. Plliabnrgh, P». 

Dlmtora : A. French. Ocorga W. Horil^ D. C. 

Noble, PltUbiirBh, l"«.; J. K. Ifrench, CleteUnd, O. 

OBkan: A. FrCDcli, Chalniun. Piltubnrgb, Fa.; J. 

E. FnDcli,Vtce'Chilrm«i,Cle«sKad,0.; D. C.No- 



ble. Secrrtarj 



Uiuigo, PltUborgh, h 



iahtitr Co.. Trei 



QeoTge W. Horila. 

, N. J, DlrMlora; 



I, Wllllim Uancock.l 



ton. N. J. omeen : Joirnib Whliebead, Freildcal 
and TreuDier ; Kdnr Whiuhead, Vlce-Prealdul ; 
Frederick Whilehiad, SMsretvi, Trenton, N. J. 

lebbard Car Spring Co.. Knoivlllt, Tenn. 

[cSrlai. Junea Jt tunu, PblUdelublk, P*. 

UldenbiTg, Frederick J., New York, N. Y. 

Mercer Riibbei '" - -— — 



Richard Vaw.Prealdeot, New York, N. Y.; Beojamln 

AthB, Trea-nrer, Newark, N. J.; John sTMlnr, 

"-eretary ; John C, W. Onlbert. Caahler. New Yo*, 

Y.: U. F. Clark, SDpsrlnlendsBl, Newark, N. J. 

Jiiorj at Newark, N. J. 

' Jem;; Car Spnng and Bnbber Co.. Jenai CtlT, 
J. CilOcEn: John J. Fields Prt>-ldeni; John 
Voorhm, Secreury ; John J. Fteldn, Jr., Snper- 



Cllr, ^. J. 
New York Belling ud Packing I 
OxlatA Imn iDd^Dieel Worka. 



inking Co., New 1 



■ort N. Y, 
If WUUam 

„, -. . . jUtdilphia.Pa. 

Iiubargb Steel Worka. Owned bj Anderaon, Dn- 
Pof A Co., 107 Wood Sueet, PliUborgh, Pl_ S " 



d Hanef Rowland, Frankford, F. 



III. 



t Spring Department, Chicago, 



Fompton Steel and Iron Co., Pompton, N. J. OBIcn* : 
JameA Lndlom, Prealdent and Treasurer; Ridurd 
Wright. SKretai? ; Joeguh W. UcBItot, Bnperln- 
l*n(fent,Pomptcn,ii. J. 

SCDli, Charlea. Spnng Co., lOK Weel New Harket 
Street. PhiladelphU. Pa. Offlcen ; Charlea Scott, 
Prealdent and Tntmrtr : Charle* T. Schoeo, Vlte- 
Pruidcnt; Thonuu H. Bell, Becretvr, PhUMd- 
pbla. Fa. 

Singer. NImIck JB Co., Umlled, FItubnrgh, Pa, Offl- 
een : W. U. Cilnger. Cbalnuan ; Oeorge blnger, Jr., 
Bnretar; and Triiaurer. PlitabarKh. Fa.: Uognn A 
Bod, General Agente for the Kaalam dtatca, *a 
Pewl Street, Now York, N. Y. 

Star Robber Co., TreniDo, N. J. 

"Trenion Bnbber Wmki, TrentoD. N. J. Dlrecton ; 
A. U. Alpaukh, AUu Muowan, Frank A. Uaguwan, 
WUIIUD P. Hajea, Trentuu, N. J. UUceraT^tuk 
A. Magonan, Preiident and Treanurer ; 8. N. Al- 
pangh, Vlce-Pre(ld<;nt: WUllam P Uajea.Seervtai; ; 
Allu Magowu. General Supeilniendent, TieDton, 
N. J. 

Tom, Rlchatd, IS BtrcUj Street, New York, H. T. 



OAR 



:iM>i 



SCANUFAOTURERS. 



6. List of Car Wheel Manufacturers in the United States and Can- 
ada, WITH Names of Directors and Officers of Leading Cor- 
porate Oroanizations. 



Albany Car Wheel Works, Albany, N. Y. 

Allen Paper Car Wheel Co. Works at Pullman, HI., 
and Hadtton. N. Y. Office, S89 Broadway, N. Y. City. 
Ofllcers : William H. Fenner, Jr., Pre«ident ; John 
E. Oillette, Vice-President ; C. H. Antes, tiecretary ; 
J. C. fieachjTreasorttr. 

Allston Car Wheel Co., Allston. Mass. Officers : N. 
Washburn, President; B. C. Finney, Secretary and 
Treasurer, Allston, Mass. 

Andrews, Frank H., 545 West Thirty-tbird Street, 
New York, N. Y. 

Atlantic iron Works, Portsmouth, Va. 

Atwuod Hemp car Wheel Co., New York. N. Y. 

Baltimore Car Wheel Co., Baltimore, Md. Officers: 
W. S. O. Baker, President and Treasurer ; J. Paul 
Baker. Secreurit Baltimore, Md. 

Barney « Smith Manuracturing Co. See Car Builders. 

Bamum Sl Eichnrdson Manufacturing Co., Chicago, ill 
Directors : William H. Bamum, Charles W. Bamum, 
M. B. Richardson, Lime Bock. Conn.; Juhn Vau 
Nortwick, Bau^ia, 111.: Albert Ailing, John Crerar, 
Yolney C. Tumer, Chicago, 111. Officers : William 
H. Barnum. President, Lime Rock, Conn.; John 
Van Nortwick, Vice-President, BaUvia, 111.: Albert 
Ailing, Treasurer and Qeneral Manager ; William B. 
Best, tiecreiary, Chicago, 111. 

Bass, J. U. H. Wallace, Superintendent, Chicago, 111. 

Bass Foundry and Machine Work<«, Fort Wayne, Ind. 
J. H. Bass. President ; J. I. White, Secretary ; H. 
J. Fisher, Treasurer, Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Boutun A *'o., Aurora, 111. 

Bowler A Co. See Cleveland Foundry. 

Brooks Locomotive Works. See Locomotive Builders. 

Bacyrus Foundry and Manufacturing Co., Bncyrus, O. 
Directors: W. H. Harris, Daniel P. Bells, H P. Bells, 
A. St. J. Newberry, J. B. Gormly. S. W. Crittenden. 
Officers : William ilamilton Harris, President ; Dan- 
iel P. Bells, Vice-President ; W. B. criueuden, Sec- 
retary and Treasurer ; John Thompson, Superinten- 
dent, Bucyras, O. 

Batterworth A Lowe. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Buffalo Car Wheel Works. Office and works, Howard 
and Thomas streets, Buffalo, N. Y. Officers : 6. W. 
Miller, President and Treasurer ; A. B. Neill, Super- 
intendent and Cashier, Buffalo. N. Y. 

Cayuu Wheel and Foundry Co., Sayre, Pa. Directors : 
Howard Blmer. William Stevenson, Sayre, Pa.; R. A. 
Elmer, New York, N. Y.; Robert Lockhart. W. A. 
Wither, South Bethlehem, Pa.; J. B. McDonald, 
PhlladelphiiL Pa. Officers: Howard Elmer, Presi- 
dent ; F. B. Leyford, (Secretary and Treasurer ; M. C. 
Chapman, General Superintendent ; C. L. Dledrichs, 
Chief Engineer and superintendent of Machinery, 
Sayre, Pa. 

Chester Steel Castings Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clendinning, William, Montreal, Can. 

Cleveland Foundry. Bowler A Co., Proprietors, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Cleveland Wheel and Foundrv Works, Cleveland, O. 

Connellsville Machine and Car Works, ConnellsvlUe, 
Pa. 

Crossen, Jsmes. Car Works. Bee Car Builders. 

Davenport A Fairbairu, Erie, Pa. 

Detroit Car Wheel Co., Detroit, Mich. Office''s : James 
McMillan, Pretfideiit ; Hugh McMillan, Vice-Presi- 
dent and Qeneral Manager ; W. C. McMillan, Sec- 
retary ; W. K. Anderson, Treasurer ; J. H. Whiting, 
Superintendent, Detroit, Mich. 

Dickson Manuracturing Co. Sec Locomotive Builders. 

Bckstein, C. O. A Co., dii Liberty Street, New York, 



Ellis, W. R.. 18 Broadway, New York, N. Y. 

Ji^nsign Manufacturing Co. See Car Axle Manufac- 
turers. 

Excelsior Foundry and Machine Works, Binningham, 
Ala. Officers : B. R. Jones, President ; P. Schlnsser, 
Vice-President : H. Houpt, Secietary and Treasurer, 
Birmingnam, Ala. 

Fargo Car, Wheel and Iron Works Co., Fargo, Dak. 

Ford A Kimball, Concord, N. H. 

Fowler Steel Car Wheel Co., Stony Island, Cook Co., 
111. 

Freas Manufacturing Co. (The), Berwick, Pa. 

Fulton Fonudry Co. Office, *MSl Mervin Street. Cleve- 
land, U. S. M. Carpenter, Proprietor ; C. J. Lang* 
don, Secretary, Cleveland, O. 

Gill car Manufacturing Co. See Car Builders. 

Green's Car Wheel Manufacturing Co., St. Louts, Mo. 
Directors : U. H. Green, J. N. Green, George F. 
CoUrill, St. Louis, Mo. Officers : H. H. Green, Pres- 
Ideut and Treasurer ; George F. Cotirill, becretary, 
St. Louis, Mo. 

Griffin, Thomas F. A Sons, Buffalo, N. Y. P. H. Grif- 
fin, ManaKor. Location of works, Forrest Avenue 
and N. Y. C. and U. K. BJt 

Griffin Car Wheel Co., Detroit, Mich. Directors : 
Thomas F. Griffin, Thomas A. Griffin, P. Heanr 
Grifflu, Joseph P. CuUen. Officers : Thomas F. 
Griffin, President; Thomas A. Griffin. Vice-Presi- 
dent ; P. Henry Griffin, Secretary and Treacuitr, 
Detroit. Mich. 

Griffin Wheel and Foundry Co., Chicago, 111. Dhrec- 
tors : T. A. Griffin, T. F. Griffin, P. H. Griffin. Offi- 
cers : T. A. Griffin, President and I'reasurer ; T. F, 
Griffin, Vice-President; A. G. Wellington, Seore- 
tar\', Chicago, 111. General office and works, comer 
Robey Street and Blue Island Avenue, Chicago, Ul. 
City office, Room 5, Adams* Express Building, Chi- 
cago, III. 

Hamilton Standard Wheel Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harman and Hassert, Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Harrisburg Car Manufacturing Co. See Car Bnildera. 

Haskell A Barker Car Co. See Car Builders. 

Heartt, Junaa S. A Co , Troy, N. Y. 

Hodger, B. W., Greenville, Pa. 

Huntingdon Car and Car Wheel Works. See Car Build- 
ers. 

Indlsnapolis Car and Manufacturing Co. See Car 
Builders. 

Jackson A Woodin. See Car Builders. 

Jersey City Wheel Foundry and Machine Works, Jer- 
sey City, N. J. Directors : Pereival Roberta, O. T. 
Roberts, I. F. Bailey, Philadelphia, Pa.; Theodore 
Thomas, New York, N. Y. Officers : Theodore 
Thomas, President, New York, N. Y.; George O. 
Thomas, Secretary and Treasurer, Brick Church, 
Orange, N. J. 

Kiogsford, Thomas, Oswego, N. Y. 

Knoxvllle Car Wheel Co., Knoxville, Tenn. Directors : 
J. A. Quaife, C. H. Brown, W. W. Woodruff, W. P. 
Washburn, D. A. Carpenter, J B. Hoxsie, W. M. 
Cbri»tian, Knoxville, Tenn. Officers : Charles H. 
Brown, President ; W. P. Washburn, Vice-President ; 

D. A. Carpenter, Secretary and Treasurer ; Jamea 
Esdale, Supetintendent Foundry, Knoxville, Tenn.; 
1. 1. Traver, Superintendent Furnaces, titony Creek, 
Tenn. 

Laconic Car Co. See Car Builders. 
La Fayette Car Works. See Car Builders. 
Lake Shore Foundry, Cleveland, O. Directors • ^ M. 
Burae, George B. Thomas, B. J.Estep, S. Ba 

E. Burke, Cleveland^ O. Qt&i»sc%\ <^«'>^ 



2t4 poors mEBCTOET BAILWAT OFnClALS-CAB WHEEL MAyUFACTrRKBa 




&«eCarfti::«Ae;«. 



G.B.T 

Car. Wmus iohA Az> Worlu. 
IfMftiais W'iTKA. Lis*. O. 

C«r MjcsfaiEt;;/:^^ 0>.. litfhJHd, IZL 






?K. T 




Imi ifoMb Workfl. Bhvi&(fe«B. AkL 

■ihrr M bnium. L,«£tK.m;bA^ O. 

Mififcall C«r Wft«d tad FoQMCrf Co. TkmMca. « aCet 
VMt «r i«C«rwio. T«z. ft^joArjf ttA tUfpB mi M v- 
ilMa. Tex, Oflotra : Cb*n<« ^x»ob. Prcv^dea: &Ld 
y<> <r> l ICmuc*'. Ma/Afc*!:. Tez.: £. J. Frj. Vyot^ 
Fr«M4«ttt ; Cb*n«« Coot, /r., Mcreury and Trcaa- 
Mar AaJJ, T«x. 
Ul. i'Aa. EiUMKiiiiK. P». 
mttklnm Worlu. h«is LoeomoliTe BaUdcn. 

Kir, Ih^Milam A Co., M iiw«akc«. WU. 

Ifc^^Aajr Car Wa^d Co.. 5ew Caatlc, Fa. 

Mc<->allowf> * Talt. Caiaia, Ma. 

McDcPDcan, Gaona. Tbraa fCircn. Gaa. 

]fcKae« Faii«r * Co. 8ac Car Axle MaDofiKtsrcn. 

If leMgaa Oar Co. 8«a Car Bo'lders. 

MJaaottrf Car and Foaodry Co., ML Laate, Mo. Diree- 
t/iff : WUJiam McMli;aa. Williaa HToardner. Mel- 
riJJa Hawjar, O. L. BrMu^ A. T. Backa&ao, 8c. 
Loafa, Mo. Oflecra: Wiiliam McMiJUb, Preaidcnt 
a«4 IVaaaaiar ; H liUaa H. Gardotr, Vieo-PKaideat ; 
MalrUla flavycr, HecrcCarj ; A. T. Bocfcanan, Oec- 
aval Afist ; )oba IlicxifMOo, UencnU Car Saperiik- 
LoaU. Mo.; L T. Coke. Aa^lfltaat Car 



^1 



ad Fooadrr Co . I>fCrcKt. Mack. 
H. Rb^d. Wa£:tf S. EameL 
OAoer*: *>ek.c^ H. 
S. Rci>«l. TKC-i-reaadt 
%rtxjtT»i saperiarezidcau : Jossa R. C ai iei 3. Scocraiy 

• aad Tfaaancr. Iictxou. Micfa. 

Ra:.a&d Foondrr &aa Marfcir.e Skop Co.. Rntland. Vt. 
; car wkeeSe and raLtnad caatic^a. Ilfr^ctori : J. B. 
! Harria. C. P. Harrit. SaUand. Tc.: A. B. Hania. 

W. A. Barria. fepnagir^d, Maaa. OSceta : Joel B. 

Uarria. Pr»ideni aijd Gcaerai Maaa^ccr : A. B. HmT' 

rsa. Vice-Presi^leot : Ckanea P. Hanra. 

Treaacrcr aad Gai^eni Maoager. Rntlaad, Yt. 

• St. Albana Foosdry. Sl Alfaaa*. Vl. 
: St. Ckarin Car Co. tiaa Car Bu;klerf . 
I ficaadard Siaai Worka. t» Soath Foonk Street, FkOs- 
I ^ - - - - - 



•apart; 
mtflf. 



Btaadaat. Canbruixe City, lod.; Jamaa Con 
I/. Oaaaral Fooodfy ttapcriotaDdent, at. Loo**, 
Mo. 

MUtlaiora Klaiitlc Steal Car Wkecl Co., Cklcaco, 111. 

Moora * Moaa, Kaa«a<i Citj, Mo. 

Mowry car Wbeel Worka. ClaciAoatl. O. 

Mnuunx HIaal Car Wheal Co., 94 WaablngCoB Straet. 
Ckleaap. 111. 

Maaboalron aad Ste^*! Co.. Kaahoa, N. H. 

Maw Dot/ MaunractorioR Co.. JaoeavUle, Wia. Dirae- 
tore : H, KleliardarMi. B J. Richardaoa, V. P. Rich- 
ardaOB. JanaavUie, Wla. Offlcara : R. J. Rkhardaoo, 
Frapldantaod Gvoeral Saperluteodeut ; V. P. Rich- 

' ardaoD. Sacratarr and Treaaurar, JaoeaVllla, Wia. 

MalvoDvUla Foondnr and M«chine Co., NaiaooTllla, O. 

MoWa Brotbara A Co.. Amilatrm. Ala. 

Mortk-waatcm Foaodry. Meuzal A Fargnaon, Pro- 
oti»ion, Minnaapolla, Minn, 

Oklo-Falla Car Co^ JefleraonvUle. Ind. 

Oatario Car and Fooodrjr Co.. Londoo, Oat. 

Nawell A Co.. New York, N. Y., and Boatoo. 



Ftea. : 
Maaa 



(a Car Wheel Co.. Ck^elaod, O. Dlrectora : J. B. 
^ raacb, W. H. Dodve. C*harlea A. Brayum, Clevalaod, 
O; Charlaa Mllier, Franklfu. Pa.; William J. Wataon, 
Chicago. 111. Offlcera : Jullaa B. Francb, Prealdent ; 
W. S. jDodga, Treaaorer ; W. li. 811 vertkoine, Secre- 
tary; Roaa Bella, Oeoerml ttoparlotendaDt. Cleva- 
laod. 0. 
Faaoock*a Oar Wheel Factory, Selma, Ala. Gaoige 
Peacock. Proprietor and (ieneral Manager ; Qaorge 
R. Peacock. Secretary and AaalaUnt Manager ; W. R. 
Peacock. Cblef Bngineer, Selma. Ala. 
Ftolaaolar Car Worka. See Car Balldera. 

Thomaa A Son, 16 Goid Street, New York, 
Y. 

Wheel and Foundry Co., Bamapo, N. T. 
Badatona Foaudry, Uniontown, Pa. 
MlidOD Iron and Locomotive Worka, San Frandaco, 

Oal 
lackaalar Oar Wheel Worka, Bocheater, M. Y. Direc- 



delpbia. Pa. Sicel tirea for locooiotiTe aad 

wheel*. Ofllccra : Charles T. Parry. PreOdant ; Wil- 

j iiaa Barnkaoi, Secretary and I reaaorer ; Wiltsaai tt. 

I XciJaoa, Cveaeral Maaager ; J. P. Sterccicon. Saperia- 

I leudeni. Wutka at Leviaioo, Pa. ^Sae ad«crtia«. 

Bicat.) 

Steadmaa Sl Co.. Anrora. Ind. 
: St. Loots Car Wheel Co.. Sc Lonta, Mo. Directata : 
: Junn H. Baaa, John I. Wkita, Fort Wayaa, lad.; 
, John M. Dntro. Thomaa B. Pkkard. Robert W. 
Oreea, 8C. Loola. Mo. OOcara : John fl. Baaa, Prea- 
ldent ; John I. White. Vke-Pradideot : Joka I>alro. 
Trcaaorer ; Robert W. Greea. Secretary, SL Loaia, 
Mo. 

St. Paal Foondry Co., St. PaaL Minn. Oflfeera : H. P. 
Upham, Prealdent; A. H. Bode Vtee-Preaideat ; C. 
M. Power, Secretary, Treaanrer and Acting Gcaaral 
Maaagrr ; Alexander Adama, Geaeral Saperiataod- 
eat, St. Paal, Minn. 

Snow. W. W., Bamapo, K. Y. 

Stager M Kerr San Franciaco. Cal. 

Taylor lion Worka, High Bridge, N. J. IMrectora : 
L. U. Taylor, High Bridge, N. J.; John Browa, Baa- 
loo, Pa.; Jamea Moore, Elizabeth, N. J.; B. C. 
Knight, Philadelphia, Pa.; L. C. Voorheea, New York, 
N.TT Offlcera: L. H. Taylor, Prealdent; S. P. Ba- 
ber, Treaaarer and Genenl Saperintendent ; L. 8. 
Vanderbeck, Secretary, High Bridge. N. J. 

Terra Hante Car and Manofactnring Co., T^rre Haata, 
Ind. 

Thatcher, George H. A Co., Albany. N. Y. 

Thomaa Steel Tire Wheel Co.. Jersey City, N. J. 

Tbompeon, L. P., Bordentowa. N. J. 

Treat. C. H., Hannibal, Mo. 

Tredegar Iron Worka. See Car Axle Mannf actarera. 

Union Foondry and Pullman Car Wheel Worka, Chi- 
cago, lil. 

Waahbnm Car Wheel Co., Hartford, Conn. Offlceia : 
W. A. Healy, Prealdent ; William H. Bamnm, Vice- 
Prealdent and Manager ; Salisbnry Hyde, Secretary 
and Treasurer, Hart^rd, Conn. 

HI aahbam, HnnU A Co., Jeraey City, N. J. 

Waahbnm Caat Steel Car Whe«d Co., Baritaa, N. J. 

Woraeater Steel Worka, Worceeter, Maaa. Dlrectora : 
George M. Rice, Bdwin Gleaaon, Samuel D. Nye, 
Woroeater, Maaa. Offlcera : George M. Rica, Praai- 
deat ; Edwin Gleaaon, Treaaurer ; M. J. P. McCaf- 
ferty. Secretary ; Samuel D. Nye, Manager: William 
B. Collea, General Superintendent, Woroeater, Maaa. 
Waeon Manufacturing Co. See Car Bniidara. 

Watt, J. B. A Bro., BameaTiUe, O. 

Whitney, A. A Sons, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wyoming Vallay Manufkctorimg Co. See Locomotlira 
Builders. 






IiOOOMOTZVX: BUZIiDERS. 

7. List of Locomotive Builders in the United States and Canada, 
WITH Names of Directors and Officers of Leading Corporate 
Organizations. 



Baldwin Locomotive Work*, Philadelphia, Pa. Owned 
by Buruham, Parry, Williams & Co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 

Brooks Locomotive Works; Dunkirk, N. T. H. G. 
Brooks, President ; M. L. Hinroan, Secretary and 
Treasarer.; J. H. Setchel, Superintendent; R. J. 
Gross, Itavelllng Agent, Dunkirk, N. T. 

Canadian Locomotive and Engine Co., Limited, Kings- 
ton, Ont. Directors : George A. Kirkpatrlck, J. G. 
Russ, William Harty, Alexander Gann, Klnnton, 
Ont.; Hugh Ryan. Perth, Ont.; Hngh Mackey, P. A. 
Peterson, Montreal, Can. Officers : Gt^rgo A. Kirk- 
Patrick, President. Kingston, Ont.; J. G. Kosa, Vlce- 
i'resluent, Quebec. Que.; John H. Birkett, Secretary 
and Treasurer ; William llarty. Managing Director ; 
F. D. Cbild, bnperintendeni, Kingston, Ont. 

Cooke Locom«>tlYe and Machine Co., Patorson, N. J. 
Directors: John S. Cooke, Frederick W. Cooke, 
Watts Cooke, W. O Fayerweather, Robert Barbour, 
Patersou, N. J. Officers : John tf. Cooke, President 
and General Manager ; Frederick W. Cooke, Vice- 
President : William Berdan, Secretary and l^reasnrer, 
Paien^on. N. J. ; H. A. Allen, A^ent, New York. N.Y. 

Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scrantun, Pa. Officers : 
James P. i>lckson, President; William 11. Perkins. 
Secretary and Treasurer; Sidney Bruadbtirt, General 
8uperintendent ; John Duvine, Suuerlntcndeut of Lo- 
comotive Department, s^crantou, Pa,. 

Fleming A Sons, 8t. Johns, N. B. 

Godwin, T. W. & Co. See Virginia Iron Worka. 

Grant Locomotive Works, Paterson, N. J. 

Grant Iron Works Co., 8an Francisco, Cal. 

Hazelton Iron Works, Haxelton, Pa. Light and mine 
locomotives. Owned by Allison A Eyana, Haaolton, 
Pa. 

Hinckley Locomotive Work*. Boston, Mass. Direct- 
ors : Robert U. Suvenson, CharKa L. Plerson, Uree- 
ley S. Curtis, Boston, Mass. Offlu«re: Robert H. 
Stevenson, President ; Charles L. Pieraon, l*reasurer, 
Boston, Mass. 

Lima Machine Works, Lima, O. Light-weight and 
Sbay patent locomotives. Officer^ : J. M. Coe. 
President ; G. W. Disman, Vice-President and Super- 
intendent ; W. T. Agerien, Secretary and Treaaurer ; 
Ira P. Cames, Asvlstant Superintendeni, Lima, O. 

Manchester Locomotive Works, Manchester, N. H. 
Officers : John A. Bnmham. Preaident ; William G. 
Means, Treasurer, Boston, Mass.; Arestas Blood, 8n- 

{)erlnt«ndent, Manchester, N. H. 
ngston Locomotive Works. See Canadian Locomo- 
tive and Engine Co., Limited. 
Mason Machliie Works. Taunton, Maaa. Directors: 
William H. Bent, Frederick Mason, WUliam Maaou, 
Taunton, Mass. Officers : Frederick Mason, Preai- 
dent ; William H. Bent, Treasurer ; Jolm T. Meats, 



General Superintendent ; William Mason, Locomotive 
Department, Tauuton, Mass. 

Mount Savage Locomotive Works, Mt. Savage, Md. 
Narrow-gauge iticomotivcs. 

New York Locomotive Works. Rome, N. Y. Direct- 
ors: U. A. V. Post, Ralph N. Ellis, William B. 
Isham, New York, N. Y.; H. M. Lawton, T. G. Nock, 
W. W. Wardueil, T. H Stryker, E. Comstock, Rome, 
N. Y.; William M. Burr, Cazenovia, N. Y. Officers : 
Thomas G. Nock, President ; W. W. Wardnell, Vice- 
President: T. H. Stryker, Secretary and Treasurer; 
A. M. White, Superintendent, Rome, N. Y. 

Nonh Pacific Iron Works, Seattle, Wath. Terr. 

Pitt«iburgh Locomotive und Cor Works, Pilt^bu^gh, Pa. 
Officers : D. A. Stewart, President ; Wllscm Miller, 
Secretary and lYeasurer ; D. A. W^lghtman, Supvnu. 
tcndent, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Porter, H. K. & Co., Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Portland Locomotive Works, Portland, Me. 

Rbofle Island Locomotive Works, Providence, R. I. 
Officers: C. Felix Mason, Pre^ident ; Earl Philip 
Mason, Vice-President ; William P. Chapln, Treas- 
urer ; Arthur L. Mason, Secrettrv ; Joseph Lyihgoe, 
Agent and Superintendent, Providence, R. I. 

Risdon Iron and Locomotive Works, San Francisco, 
Cal. 

Roanoke Machine Worka, Roanoke, Va. 8e« Car 
Builders. 

Rogers Locomotive and Machine Works, Paterson, 
N. J. Officers : J. S. Rogers, President ; K. 8. 
Hughes, Secretary and Treasurer, Paterson, N. J. 

Schenectady Locomotive Works, Schenectady, N. Y. 
Officers : Charles G. £11 is. President ; Walter Mc- 
Queen. Vice-Piesldent ; Edward Ellis, Treasurer ; A. 
J. Pitkin, Superintendent, SchenecUdy, N. Y. 

Strom; Locomotive Co., New York, N. Y. Officers : A. 
G. Darwin, Presidint, New York, N. Y.; George D. 
McCrearr, Vice-President. Phlhidelpbla, Pa.; Henry 
G. Morris, Secretary and Treasurer, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Directors : Ueorge H. Myers, Bethlehem, Pa.; 
Thomas F. Rowland. Brooklyn, N. Y.; C. C. Worth- 
Ington, New York, N. Y. 

Tauuton Locomotive Worka, Taunton, Maaa. P. I. 
Perrin, Agent and Treasurer, I'aunton, Mass. 

Tanner & Delaney Engine Co.. Richmond. Va. Offi- 
cers: William K. Tanner, President; WUliam R. 
Trigg, Vico-President ; Alexander Delaney, Superin- 
tendent, RichmoLd, Va. 

Virginia Iron Works, Norfolk. Va. Thomaa W. God- 
win A Co., Proprletoia, Norfolk, Va. Light locomo- 
tives. 

Wyoming Valley Manufacturing Co., Wilkesbarre, Pa. 
light locomotlTea. Officers : Richard Sharpe. Presi- 
dent ; A. H. Van. Horn. Vice-President i R. Sharpe. 
Jr., Secreta,ry «"»<* Treasurer, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 



(15) 



RAHi MILLS. 

8. List of Rail Mills in the United States and Canada, with the 
Names of Directors and Officers of the Leading Corporate 
Organizations. 



Abbott Tmn Worku, P. O. Box 65, Baltlnoorc. Md. 
Owned by Abbott Iron Company. Offlcorn : Charles 
H. Aehbarner, Pre««i(Ient ; J. Ji. Gillinan, Vice-PI«^l. 
dent and Trcanurvr, (Jalrimorc, Md. 

iEtna Iron and Stcul Co., Bridgeport, O. Lifi^t T and 
street rails. Directors: W. vv. Uallow*v. A. J. 
Ba^gs, W. H. THllman, Bridgeport. O.; Jo!«fpb Bell, 
Le>vls Jone^, W. B. 8lmp^o^. Whetluig. W. Va.; L. 
Silence. Martinis Ferry, O. Offlccr^ : \V. H. Tali man. 
President ; John A. Tupping, Secretary, Bridge- 
port, O. 

Akron Iron Works, Akron, O. Lijsht T rails, from 10 
to SO pounds per yard. Director!*: Lovis Miller, Jacob 
MlDer, George \V. Croiise, John U. Biichtel, Daniel 
A. Up«on. K. Stfinbaneher. F. ikhumacner. Ofitcers : 
Lewis Miller, Pre sldeut ; J. A. Long, Secretary and 
Treannrer; Frederick Bishop, Superintendent, Ak- 
ron, O 

Alckaima Rolling Mill. HtfiihenvUle. O. 

Allcniown Rolling MilU. set: Oat Axle Mannfacfnrer», 

Alleglieny, Monongah^lu and Birmin^^nam Iron Workn, 
Pittabarch, Pa. Ovned and wperaied by Oliver 
Bros. & Phillips, Pittsburgh, i'u. 

American Iron and Stuel Work;*, Fmsburch, Pa. Jones 
& Langblin, Limited, Proprietors ; B. F. Jones, 
Chairman ; G. M. Laiighlin, becreLiry and Treasurer. 
PttUbnrgh, l»a. 

Birmingham Rolling Mill, Lnuisville, Ky. Works at 
Birmingham, Ala. Small T and tram rails. Direc- 
tors : W. B. Caldwell, Gc-irge W. Norton, B. Du Pont, 
J. B. McFerran, W. W. Ilito, W. P. Harvey. James 
G. Caldwell, Louisvi Ic, Ky. Odiccrs : James G. 
Caldwell. President and Treasurer ; B. Du Pont, Sec- 
retary, Louisville, Ky.; Thomas Ward, General Man- 
ager ; John D. Dwyer, Genera) Snptrinteudent ; J. H. 
Mohus, General Sal«-sman, Birmingham, Ala. 

Bothlehera Iron Co. 8ce Car Axle Mauuracturer«. 

Calumet Iron and Sleul Co , Fir^t National Bank Build- 
ing, Chicago, 111. Works at Cummings, III. Officers : 
D. P. KoiU, President ; R. II. Lewln, Vice-President 
and Genera) Mana;;er ; John M. Brown, Secretary 
and Treasurer, Chicago, 111. 

Carnegie, Phippe A Co.. Limited. Successors to Pitts- 
burgh B«'ssemer Steel Co., Rttsburgh, Pa. Officers : 
John Walker, Chuirmon ; H. P. Smith, Secretary ; 
W. H. Singer, Treasurer, Pittsburgh, Pa. Also pro- 
prietors of llomestead S' eel Works, Lucy Furnaces, 
and Twenty-uinih Street Iron Work.-*. 

Cambria Iron and Steel Works, I'hlkidclphia, Pa. 
Works at John»itown, Fa. Owned by the Cambria 
Iron Co. Officers : E. i . Townsend, President ; Pow- 
ell Stackhouse, Vice-President ; John W. Townsend, 
AjBsistant to Pvc'-kdeiit: William S. Robinson. Secre- 
tary : John T. Klllc, Treasurer ; Harry Elll!*. Assis- 
tant Treasurer, Philadelphia, Pa.; P. K. ChapiH, Gen- 
eral Manager; Cyrun Eider, Stilidior and Geueral 
Agent; Joseph Morgan, Jr., Chief iingineer, Jolins- 
town, I*a. 

Central Iron and Steel Co. See Car Axle Manufac- 
turers. 

Central Pacific Railroad Rolling Mil). Owned by the 
Central Pacific Railroad Company, Sacramen'o, Cal. 
A. J. Stevens, General Manager uf the Mill, Sacra- 
mento, Cal. 

Cleveland Rolling Mill Co. See Car Axle Manufac- 
turers. 

C^iwrado Coal and Iron Co., Denver, Col. Directors: 
llenry E. Sprague, 11>omas K. H. Curtis, Henry W. 
O. Eyde, John fi. Devlin, August RQtt'^u, Heman 
Claik, New Y«»rk. N. Y.; William A Dick, Phila- 
delphia, Pa.; Walter B. Lawrence, New York, N. Y.; 



A. H. Dtnforth, Soatli Pet'blo, Co). Officers : Hen- 
ry E. Sprague, President : Thomas B. H. Curtis, Vice- 
President. New York, N. T.: A. H. Damfortb. 2d 
Vice-President and General Manager, South Pueblo, 
Col. ; William L. Qraliam, Secretary and Tresf- 
urer, Sonth Pueblo, Col.; C. F. Ray, Auditor 'tDa^icl 
N. Jones. Superintendent Steel and Iron Worlds; 
John Cameron, Superintendent Mines ; W. 0. Brown, 
General Agent. General offices, Colorado SpriniES 
and Sonth Pueblo, Col. New York A^eucy, 41 and 
48 Wall Strett. 

Columbus Iron Works, Columbus, O. 

Columbus Rolling Mill. Columbus. O. Directors : X. L. 
Hinman, B. S. Brown. D. S. Gray, Samuel Thomas, 
William Manypeity, F. C. SesMons, S. Churchill, 
J. M.McCune, H. v. Tomer, Colnrobus. O. Officers : 
K. L. Hinman. President ; H. D. Tumey, Vice-Pre»i- 
dent ; W. S. Rodders, Secreury and Treasurer, Co- 
lumbus, O. 

Combination S eel and Iron Co.. Chester. Pa. Officers : 
John Roacl), President; G. E. Weed, Treasurer; 
C. A. Weed, (general Manager, Chester, Pa. 

Crescent Iron Works, Pomeruy, Meigs I'o., O. 

Cumberland Rolling Mill, Cumberland, Md. 

Edgar Thomson steel Works. Carnegie Bros. & Co., 
Limited, Proprietors, Pitubnrgh, Pa. Board of Man- 
agers: Henry Phippe, J r, David Stewart, Wlltism 
11. Singer, Geor.e Lauder, Henry M. Curry. John 
Walker, mtuburgh, Pa. Officers : Henry Phippo. 
Jr.. Chairman ; David A. Stewart, Vice-President and 
Trea-turer ; Samuel E Moore. Secretary and Auditor, 
Pittcburgh, Pa.; William R. Jones, General Superiu- 
tendent. Braddock. Pa. 

Fort Pitt Iron and Steel Works. Owned and operated 
by Graff, Bennett & Co , Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Glendower Iron Works, Danville, Pa. 

Green Ridge Iron Works. Owned and operated bv A. 
L. Spencer, Scranton, Pa. 85-pound mine rails. W. B. 
Borst, Superintendent; D B. Aiherton, Seaeiary 
and Sales Agent, Scrantou. Pa. 

Helmbacher Forge and Rolling Mills Co. See Car 
Axle Manufacturers. 

Houston Rolling Mills and Iron Co. Owned by Samuel 
Allen, Houston, Tex. 

Indianapolis Rolling Mill, Indianapolis. Ind. Direc- 
tors : A. Jonef , John 1 homas, Frank I^anders, WillUm 
Mansur, Alb( rt Baker, William E. Rockwood, Inol- 
anapolls, Ind.; W. C. De Panw. New Albany. Ind. 
Officers : A. Jones, President ; John Thomas, Tress- 
nrcr ; W. H. Thomas. Assistant Treasurer ; S. W. 
Morgan. Secretary aod Geueral Superintendent, In- 
dianapolis, lud. 

Iroutott RoUlBg Mill, Ironton, O. Owned by the New 
York aiid Ohio Iron and Steel Co. Light rails, offi- 
cers : C. H. Bliss. President ; J. H. Keen, Vicc-Pre*- 
ident ; J. H Montgonurry, Secretary and Treasurer ; 

B. M. Caldwell, Manager, Ironton, O. 

Joliei Stiei Works, Joliet, 111. Directors: John Cre- 

lar. W. R. Stilling, thlca*:o. HI.; O. B. FUley, M. 

Louis, Mo.; U. S. Smith, Joliet, III.; Alexander J. 

Lelth, New York, N. Y. Officers : Alexandrr J. 

Leiih, Prcsideur, New York, N. Y.; J. C. Stirling. 

SecreUry: W. R Stirling, Treasurer, Chicago, 111 ; 

H. S. Smith, General SuMrintendent, Joliet^ HI ; T. 

B. Haagsnia. Auditor, Chicago. III. 
Kensington Iron Worlts. Owned by H. Lloyd, Son & 

Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Flat and IS to SOponnd T rails. 
Knoxville Iron Ca, Knt»xville, Tenn. Light T and 

street rails. Directors : U. S. Chamberhiiu, Cbaiia- 

nooga, Tenn. I W. H. Van BeDrchotea, West Park, 

N. Y.; David t^harda, W . S. Mead. W. P. Chamber- 



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lain, £. J. Sanford, W. R. Tattle, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Offlcerd : W. K. Tattle, Prtssideut ; WiilUm S. Mead, 
Secretary nnd Treaaorer ; G«orge L. Btfia, Gleneral 
Manager, Knoxrllle, Tenn. 

Laclede Kollinc Mill, St. Louis, Mo. 8 to iS-poand T 
and 20 to fiO-pound flat raib. Directors : C. C. Aiattttt, 
Charletf P. Choateau, Edwin Harrison, St. Lonics Mo. 
Officers : C. C. Maffltt, President ; Pam A. Fuss, 
Secretary and General Manager ; W. Q. Lewis, Su- 
perintendent, St. Louis, Mo. 

Lawrence Iron and Steel Co. Owned br the Lawrence 
Iron Works Co., Ironton, O. Light T rails Iruiu 8 to 
90 pounds. Officers : Cyrus Ellison, President ; James 
Thomas. Vice-President; F. C. Tomliuson, Secretary 
and Treasurer; Oeorse T. ^cuit. General Superin- 
tendent, Ironton, O.; Tue UaKen Co., celling A^unts, 
Cincinnati, O. 

Lacicawauna Iron and Steel Co. Owned by the Lacka- 
wanna Iron and Coal Co., Scranton. Pa. Officers : E. 
F. Uaifleld, President: U. V. Vnltee, Secretary, New 
York, N. Y.; Edwin C. Lynde, Assisuut Secretary, 
Scranton, Pa.; Theodore 8 1 urges. Treasurer, Kew 
York, N. Y.; Charles F. Matiea, General Manager. 
Scranton, Pa.; Theodore G. Wolr, Superintendent of 
Suel Rolling Mill ; Charles F. Manness, Superiotend- 
eni of Steel Converting Works, Scranton, Pa. 

Lochiel Iron and Steel Works, Uamsburg, Pa. Direc- 
tors : Edward S. Gearhart, Danville, Pa.; Charles W. 
Eckoian, Harrisbarg, Pa.; Charles U. Jieynolds, 
Kingston, Pa. Officers : Cliarles H. Reynolds, Pres- 
ideui, Kingston, Pa.; George P. Cooper, Secretary 
and Treasurer, Ilarrlsburs;, Fa.: A. Crevel, General 
Manager • C. Lewis, Supermteuaent of Mill ; Gcorxe 
P. Readebaogh, Master of Machinery, Harrisbnrg, 
Pa. 

Lookout Iron Co., Chattanooga. Tenn., 12 to 16-pound 
T rails. Directors : J. T. Williams, J. W. Tliorn- 
ton, J. W. Johnson, Solomon Simpson, J. N. Hazel- 
hurst, R. U. Plant, CluUtanooga, Tenn. Officers: 
J. N. Haselhurst, President and Manager; J. W. 
Thornton, Secretary and Treasurer, Cuattauooga, 
Tenn. 

McDonald Rolling Mills, St. Lonis, Mo. 

McKenney Tubular Kail Co., Chicago, III. 

Massillon RoUtag Mill Co., Joseph Corns A Sons, 
Proprietors, Port»mouth. O. 

Montour Iron and Steel Works. Owned by the 
Montour Iron A Steel Co., Danvillo, Pa. Direc- 
tors : Austin Corbin, George DeB. Keim, W. J. Barr, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; S. P. Wolverion, Snnbnry, Pa.; 
W. £. C. Coxe, Reading. Pa. Officers-: Austin Cor- 
bin, President, Piiiladelphia, Fa.; W. B. C. Coxe, 
Vice-President, Reading, Pa.; V. P. Kaercher, Secre- 

n; W. A. Church. Treasurer, Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
. McGuiunvs, General Superintendent, Danville, 
Pa. 

North Chicago Rolling Mill Co , Chicago, HI. Direc- 
tors : N. (Thayer, Boston, Mass.; O. W. Potter, R. 
C. Hannah, Chicago, HI.; Officers : O. W. Potter. 
President and Treasurer, Chicago, HI.; Nathaniel 
Thayer, Vice-President. Boston. Mass.; R. C. Han- 
naa. Secretary ; W. ii. Hannah, Asalstant Secre- 
tary ; J. C. Parkes, General Manager ; W. L. 
Potter, General Saperint«adent ; H. C. Kreite, 
Chief Engineer. Chicago, 111.; Francis Hinton, 
Manager, Miiwaukee, Wis.; B. C. Porter, Superin- 
intenaent. South Cuicago, HI.; J. J. Wait, Master 
of Transportation. Chicago, III.: J. W. Thorp, Pur- 
chasinjo; Agent, South Chicago. 111. Works at Chi- 
cago, South Chicago, 111., and Milwaukee, Wis. 

New Albany Rail Mill Co., New Albany, Ind. Tram 
and street rails. Directors : W. C. De Panw, 0. W. 
De Pauw, A. Dowling. P. R. Stoy, Albert Trinler, 
New Albany, Ind. Officers : W. C. De Pauw, Pres- 
ident; C. W. De Pauw, Vice-President; Albert 
Trinler, Manager, New Albany^ lud. 

New Jersey Steel and Iron Co., Trenton, N. J. Offi- 
cers : Edward Cooper, Preaident ; Edwin F. Bedell, 
Secretary, New York, N. Y.; Frederick J. Slade, 
Treasurer ; Joseph Stokes, Superintendent, Trenton, 
N. J. 

North Branch Steel Co., Danville, Pa. Philadelphia 
Office. 880 Walnut Street. Officers: F. P. Howe, 
Preaident and Manager, Danville, Pa.; H. D. Whel- 
don, Vice-President ; Walter S. Masaey, Secretary 
and Tri^asurer. Philadelphia. Pa. 

North Chicago Rolling Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Ogden Iron Works. Ogden, Utah. 

Ohio Iron Co , Zanesvllle, O. Directors : M. Church- 
ill, C. W. Greene, W. A. Graham, E. E. Fillmore, 



ZanesviUe, O.: Samncl Thomas. New York, N. Y. 
Officers : M. Churcuill, President and General Man- 
ager ; Charles W. Greene. Secretary and Treasurer ; 

A. F. Cassell, Mill Manager, ZanesviUe, O. 
Paciflc Rolling Mill Co., San Francisco, Cal. 
Portland Rolling Mill, P. O. Box 1386, Portland, Me. 

Officers : C. R. Miliiken, President ; John W. Leav- 
Itt, Secretary and Treasurer ; Samuel Peters, Super- 
intendent, Portland, Me. 

Portsmuuth Iron and Steel Co., Portsmouth, O. John 
Means, Trustee, Ashland, Ey. Small T rails. 

Polo Alto Rolling Mill. Pottsvllle, Pa. 

Pennsylvania Steel Works. See Car Axle Manufac- 
turers. 

Philadelphia and Reading Rolling Mill, Reading, Pa. 
Directors : P. C. Haiiis, John Wanamaker, A. J. 
Antelo, J. V. Williamson, Philadelphia, Pa.; David 
Hostetter, Mark W. Mntsoa, Pittsburgh, Pa. Offi- 
cers : George DeB. Keim and S. A. Caldwell. Re- 
ceivers ; F. P. Kaercher, Secretary for Receivers : 
F. B. Gowsn, President ; Henry McKay, I'reasnrer ; 
W. R. Taylor, SecreUry. Philadelphia, Pa.; W. E. 
C. Coxe, General superintendent, Reading, Pa. 

Phoenix Iron Works. See Bridge ISoilderi. 

Pitutburgh Bescemcr Steel Co , Succeeded by Carne- 
gie, Phipps A Co., Limited, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Pottsville Iron and Steel Co., PottoviUe, Pa. Direc- 
tors : 0. M. Atkins, William Atkins, D. C. Uenning, 
Pottsville. Pa. Officers : C. M. Atkins, President ; 
William Atkins, Treaaurer and General Manager : 
C. H. Dengler, Secretary ; William Brazer, Super- 
intendent Kolling Mills; William H. Knowlion, 
Chief Engineer: Lewis W. Shaiplcss, Master of 
Machinery ; D. H. Williams, Superintendent Steel 
Mills, Peiuville. Pa. 

Roane iron Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Rail Steel. Offi- 
cers : U. S. Chamberlain, President ; H. Clay Evans, 
Secretary, Chattanooga. Tenn. 

Riverside Iron Works, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Springfield Iron Co.. Springfield, HI. Director! : 
Charles Ridgely, Jonn Williame«, J. Taylor Smith, 
John W. Bunn, Frank W. Tracy, WUliam Ridgely, 
William B. Ridgely. Spriirglield, 111. Officers : 
Charles Ridgely, President ; William B. Ridgely, 
Vice-President ; Franklin Ridgely, Secretarv ; John 
Griffiths, General Superintendent, SprinKfield, 111. 

St. Louis Bolt and Iron Co. See Tudor Iron Works. 

Swirt*s Iron and Steel Works, Newport. Ky. Mam 
Office, 26 West Third Street, Cincinnati, O. Mine, 
T, and street rails. Officers : B. L. Harper, Presi- 
dent ; George B. Clymer, Vice-President ; J. L. Pf an. 
Secretary : J. H. Matthews, Treasurer. 

St. Louis Oil and bteel Co , St. Louis, Mo. O. L. GaN 
rison. Secretary, St. Louis, Mo. 

Sandusky Rolling Mill and Manufiicturing Co., San- 
dusky. O. 

Schuylkill Haven Rollinc Mill. Owned by the Schuyl- 
kill Haven Iron Co., Pottsville, Pa. Small T rails 
for mining purposes. Directors : L. W. Weiasinger, 
C. F. Rahn, George R. Kaercher. W. E. Bovcr, 

B. F. Welssinger, Pottsville, Pa. Officers : L. Wei»- 
finger. President; George K. Kaercher, Vice-Presi- 
dent ; C. F. Rahn, Secretary and lYeasurer ; Harry 
(^uinter. General Superintendent, Pottsville, Pa. 

Scranton Steel Co., Scranton, Pa. Directors : Fred- 
erick Billings, Walter Scranton, New York, N. Y.; 
William Connell, H. Belin, Jr., W. W. Scranton, 
Scranton, Pa.; Louis H. Bristol, New Haven, Conn. 
Officers : W. W. Scranton, President. Scranton. Pa.: 
Welter Scranton, Vice-President. New York, N. Y.: 
K. P. Kingsbury, Secretary and Treasurer, Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Sharon Iron Co., Sharon, Pa. Light T rails. Directors : 
David Adams, Henry W. Harton, Francis W. Pee- 
bles, Sharon. Pa. Officers : C. H. Buhl, Proprietor, 
Detroit, Mien.; Frank Buhl, General Manager ; D. 
Adams, Secretary and Treasurer, Sharon, Pa.; Buhl, 
Sons A Co., Selling Agents, Detroit, Mich. 

Sheuango Iron Works, Newcastle, Pa. 

Sligo Iron Worics. Owned and operated by Phillips, 
Nimick A Co., Pittsbnnrh, Pa. Light T rails. 

Spuyteu Duyvil Rolling .Mill, tspuyien Dnyvll, New 
York, N. Y. Main Office, 11 Pine Street, New York, 
N. Y. Welch A Bamum, Proprietors ; J. T. Lewis, 
Superintendent. 

Troy Steel and Iron Works. See Car Axle Manufac- 
turers. 

Trumbull Iron Co., Glrard. O. Small T mils. Direc- 
tors : Henry Wick, J<*- '' "'♦-v Paul Wick, 
Charles F. Hofer, Qeorr *Tstown« O. 



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oacere : Henry Wick, President ; John C. Wick, 
Vice-Prcpitlcnt ; George D. Wick, TreMurer and 
Qeneml Manager ; Charles F. Hofer, Secretary, Ui- 
nrd, O. 

Tudor Iron Workii, St. Loals, Mo. Light Rails. Di- 
rectors : T. A. Meysenbnrg, George 8. Edgell, B. S. 
Adame, George O. Carpenter, Jr.. W. H. Pnlsifer, 
St. Louis, Mo. Officers : t*. A. Meysenbnrg, Presi- 
dent : G S. Edgcll. Vice-PreHident and Treasurer ; 
B. S. Adams, Secretary, St. Louis. Mo. 

Union (The) Steel Co., Cuicago. III. Directors : H. H. 
Porter. Hugh Kiddle, Byron L. Smith. Robert For- 
syth. Jay C. Morse, J. U. Baas, Cuicago, 111.; Ben- 
jamin Brewst«r. H. R. Bishop. A. B. Stone, New 
York. N. r.; W. H. Bamom, Lime Rock, Conn ; 
Daniel P. Eells, Cleveland, O. Officers : H. H. Por- 
ter. Chairman ; Jay C. Morse, Pre^idcnt : H. A. 
Gray, Secretary and Treasurer ; Robert Forsyth, 
Mjnatier, Chicago, III. 

Union Iron Mills. Owned and operated by Carnegie 
Bros. & Co.. Pittsbargh. Pa. Light steel rails. 

Union Iron Works, Buffalo, N. Y. 

Union Iron Works, Cleveland, O. 

Union Puciiic Rolling Mills, Laramie City, Wy. 
Terr. 

Union Rolling Mill Co., 128 Water Street, Cleveland, O. 
Works at Newbnrgh, O. Light T and street rails. 
Officers : S. W. Sessions. Prtreideni ; A. S. Upson, 
Vice-President : A. R. Treadway. Secretary ; S. A. 
Fnller. General Manager and Treasorer ; Charles 
Kennedy, Superintendent. 



Virginia Nail and Iron Works. Lynchbnnr, Va. Light 
Kails, ^ee Wayne Iron and Steel Works. 

Vulcan Works. Western Steel Co., Lessee, St. Louis, 
Mo. Works at Sonth Street, St. Louii*, Mo. Offi- 
cers : A. M. Wilcox, President and Treasurer ; C. F. 
Stuart, Secretanr ; William White, Jr., Superintend- 
ent, St. Louis, Mo. 

Wabash Iron Co., Terre Hante, Tnd. 

Wayne Iron and Steel Workp, Pittsburgh. Pa. Vir- 
ginia Nail and Iron Works, Lynchburg, Va. Direc- 
tors : E. Schaefer, C. M. Blackford, C. V. Wiufr«Hj, 
J. C. Payne, S. B. Ferguson, J. R. Gilliam, Lvnch- 
bnrff. Va ; G. Renseus, H. J. Lamarrhe. M. J. 
Lamarche. New York, N. Y. Officers : E. Schaefer, 
President ; C. M. Blackford, Vlce-i^resident ; J. B. 
Williams. Secretary and Treasurer; T. C. Jones, 
General Manager, Lynchburg. Va. 

Western Iron Co , Hosedale, £[an. Mine and street 
raiN Officers : James H. Anderson. President, 
Keokuk, la.: A. St. J. Newberry, Secretary and 
Treasurer. Cleveland. O.; D. B. Jones, Snperintea- 
tendent, Hosedale, Kan. 

Worcester Steel Works, P. O. Box 967, Worcester, 
Mass. Officers : George M. Rice, President ; M. J. 
P. McCafferty, Secretitfy ; Bdwin Gleason. Treasur- 
er : Samnel D. Nye. Maiuiger ; William E. Colles, 
General Superintendent. Worcester, Mass. 

ZanesTille Iron Works, Zanesville, O. Light T and 
and street rails. Officers: M. Churchill, President ; 
C. W. Greene. Secreury and Treasurer ; A. F. Cas- 
sel. Superintendent, ZanesviUe, O. 



Dreher's Railroad Gar Compound. 

ONE PAOKINO OUARANTZSHD TO LUBRIOATB XOOOMOnVE, 
PASSBNOBR COAOH, FRXIIOHT OAR OR TENDER, 

FOR 10,000 BdliES. 

lACIINERT CYIINDIB OILS lACHIMT COIFOnND 

Made from the same materials as the Railroad Car Compound, and 

WARRANTED to weaf proportionally. 

A TEST OF THIS COMPOTTNl) SHOWED OHLY 2 OTTHCES LOSS DT THE 

WEIGHT OF EIGHT BRASSES OF A PASSEHGEE 

COACH AFTER BmrHIEG 18,000 XILES. 

WASTE or FIBRE used with our Compound will last TEN TIMES AS 

LONG as where oil is used. 

We will pack one Truck or Car at our expense to prove the truth of the above statement. 

Railroad references given upon application. 

DREHER & CO., Manufacturers, 



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JOHN STEPHENSON CO., 

(LiailTED.) 

47 EAST 27th STREET, NEW YORK, 



MANUFACTURE 




Streetcars & Omnibuses 

Of Great Variety and of Most Perfect Character. 



CARS FOU ONE HOUSE, CAES FOU TWO HORSES 

With or Without Platform. Light, Strong, Elegant. 



Particular Attention to ShipmentEi. 



ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. 



STREET RAILROADS— UNITED STATES AND CANADA. 

9. List of Street Ra.ilroads (Tramways) in the Uxited States and 
Canada, with Names of Officers and Directors, Mileage, Equip- 
ment, Etc. 



STATE OF ALABAMA. 

AnnlsCoii^ Oxford^ and Ozanna Street 

Ry. Co, operAiei) t.5 miiei* of road, owns 4 cure, 4 
hordes and 8 mulei». l>irtct"rA^ J. B. Allen, W. 8. 
Lamed, F. K. GalhreMth, R. W. RasselU Oxaima. Ala.; 
T. C. Hill. S. C. Kelly. J. S. Kelly, Oxford. Ala.-J. 
Bitxier Allen, Pre«.^ Supt. A P. A,^ Samnel Lamvd, 
HtC. it Treatt. —General Ottlc*. Ozanna, Ala. 

BtrmlnKbain Street If R. Co. operatee 3.75 
miles of road, tiwus iM) mules and ycarr.— B F. Ro<len, 
/'/><». A SHftf. Car hip., J. H. McWilliam, Sec. dt Tita*. 
—General Oppice, Birfbiogham. Ala. 

Blrmliiirhaiii aud Netv Plttsbursli 

Street RR. Co, operates 7 miles of road, o\>nH 3 
dtimmiei* and tt cars.— Win. A. Walker, Jr., iVw,, Blr- 
miiii^hAm, Ala.: Thos. D. Radcliff, 3*c. A Trtfn:^ Ens- 
lev, Ala.— GcsERAL Oppicb, Eusley, Ala, P.O., Prait 

inline*, Ala. 

*BtrinIn8:liani and Pratt IVItnes RR* Co. 

oper.uieti 18 miles of ro^d, own;; 90 horses, sM) cars and 4 
other vehicles.— J. A. Van Hooee. Pre*., Wm. Bemey, 
SfC (C TrfaM.,J. M. Sunimcrbill, Gun. Sapt.—QsussiAL 
Oppice, Birmintflmm, Ala. 

Capital Cltj Street Rjr. Co. operates 8 mil' s 
of road, owns 10 liorse-jiewer engines, limit 150 horse- 
power, aud 16 cars.— B. B. Joseph, I*re* , Thos. K. 
lluiinon. Trefut . T. Roberts, See., 1. A. Gaboury. Pur. 
Anf. <t 5'//><.— Ge-veual OPPiCS, Montgomery, Ala. 

*Clt7 Railroad Company of Jnublle, Ala., 

operates 17)^ milen of road, ownH 240 horses, 1 dniiimy 
engine, TX curb and 8 other vehicles. Uireciort, Jno. 
Mn^uire, Mark I^yon, A. 11. Spira, M. I. Goldbmith, 
Wm. Frohlechstein, John Henry, B. Moos. Mobile, 
Ala.— Juhn Magnir;, Prtit., M. J. Goldsmith, Htc. dt 
Trecw., B. Moog, Sttpt. <t Pur. AoL—QilheralOtwic; 
Mobile, Ala. 

Daophln and lialkyetfe Street RR« Co. 

operates 2 miles of road, owns 2 boises, SI mules and 
9 cars.— D P. Bettor, Prfji.. J. C. Chamberlain, Vice- 
Prt9., G Y. Overall, S<c.. James W. Gray, Trtm., J. B. 
Robertson, Siipt. d* P. A., A Ma^t. Car A<p.— Gbmsral 
Oppicb, 39 St. Frances St., Mobile, Ala. 

UliEliland ATenne Street Ralliray operates 
6.5 mues of ro:id. Owned by Elyton Land Oo. Bailt 
in 1885. Dlncfor/, H. M. Culdwtll, Birmingham. Ala.; 
Josiah Morri*'. D. S. Tror, Boltinif Hall, Montiromcry, 
Ala.; J. T. WtKKl»*ard. Hanover National Bank, New 
Yorlc.— H. M. Caldwell, /V<.. H. Schoel. Chi^if Eng , 
W. J. Milner, .Stc, Trcos. A ^'4/!/^.— Gemxaal Office, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

lUoblle and Spring Hill RR. Co. See List 
No. 1. 

Nortb Blrmlnsliaui Street Ry. Co.— John 
W. Johns'on, Pre*.. A. B, Johhston. Sec. A. Trta*., 1. 
Y. bage, G^n. Supt.—Gus&BxL OmcSt Birmingham, 
Ala. 

Nelina Ktreet RR. Co. operates 3 miles of road, 
owns 7 mule<* and 5 Cfiri*.— B. Gllman, Pret.. H. L. 
McKce, AAc, J. H. Uobley, 7^r<a«.— General Office, 
^elma, Ala. 

STATS OF ARKANSAS. 

Capltnl t'lty RR. Co.— S. N. Marshall, i¥<M., 
litaac J. Hicks, vc, \V. E. Woodruff, TV^o^.— Gbneral 
Office, Little Rock, Ark. 



CItlzenn' Street RR. Co, opurat'^s 4.5 miles of 
road, owfii* lo horset* aad il carp.- T. J. Darragh, /V**., 
A. J. Thompson, Str. C. F. I'enr.os. Trtah.^ Chas. R. 
Di\er, .Sw/z/.-Oksekal Office, Lutle R(>ck, Ark. 

Eureka S|»rina:f» street My. C**,—IncorjJo- 
razors, E. T. Wallter, Geo. O. liubarger. H. H. Moat>e. 
J. C. Loose. A. Glitch, N. D. Ingrabam.— Gbnemal 
Office, E :rekrt Springs', Ark. 

Fort Smith Street RR. Co. operates 1.5 ndles 
or road, owns lU mules and d cars. Mrerfortt, Samuel 
McLoud. B. Buir. I. F. Moore, Geo. T. imparks, Jon. 
Adler, Fort Smith, Ark.— Samuel McLoud. /Vv/r., B. 
Buir, T'i/"-/*/<rw., Geo. T. Sparks. S^c. tt A/r. Agt.^ 
W. A. Evans, «b'(/;)^— General Office, Fort Smith, 
ArK. 

Helena Street Ry« Co,—Inrorparator$, C. L. 
Muoiie, Win. R. Buike, James A. Toppen, Greinfleld 
Juarles.— Gkxcual Office, Helena, Ark. 

Hot Kprlnff« street RU. 4-0. operate^ 6 miles 
of Hiau, own* ri-s horses and 11 cars.— !S. W. Fordyce, 
Pie$. A Trtas., C. E. Maurice. Sec, I. L. Butlertield, 
Supt., Pur. Agt. A Mast. Car Jlip.-GzszukL Orrivn^ 
Hot Springs, Ark. 

Little Rook Street RR. Co. operates 8 miles 
of roiMl, owns 10 liorces. 150 mules and 35 car**.- T. J. 
Darragh, yVr*., A. J. Thoinpbon, A'-c, C. F. Peiizee, 
7'r*a*.— General Office, Lutlo liock. Ark. 

Searcy and UTeot Point RR. Co. operates 8 
miles <»l road, owns 8 innle", 3 car.** and i f r. i bt-cirs. 
—A. W. Yamell, iVr^. A (rV". Mon., W. II. Lightell, 
i4><^<".. Jasi>er Hicks, TVfow.- Q»>ekal Uppice, bi-arcy. 
Ark. 

hTATB OF CALIFORNIA. 

Alameda, Oakland aud Pledni«>nt RR. 

Co, opera es 4 miles uf road. Din cforti, Thcodor Meeiz, 
Loni^ Fasklus, Alame<lB, Cal.; Ruitolph Mohr, San 
Francisco, Cal.; Walter Blair, Oaklaud. Cal , Wm. 
Schmidt. Frnl»v«le, CaL— Theorlor Meetz, Pren. A 
Pur. Apt., Louis Fa^kine, nty-yv***.. Aliimcda, Cal.; 
Rudolph Mohr. 6Vr. San Franeisco Cal.: \V niter Blair, 
Trta4., OalUand, Cal.; Louis Kuenii;, S>iff.,Ma»t. Car 
A Tr. Pep., Alameda, Cal.— Principal Office, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

Berkley Villa RR. Co.— Berrxnian & Chaf. 
fellet. ProprU'orit, Oaklaud, Cal. 

Kroadway and Piedmont Street RR.Co. 

— Walter Blair. P/tif., bamuel Howe. .b>r.. Moui;;omiry 
Howe, Sujd.—QESitn\j. Office. O.tkland. Cal. 

California Street (Cnble) Railway Co. 

operates 2.25 miles of roiid. owiim ^5 cnrp and *^5 dum- 
mies. fHre't//rA, Chas. Mayne, Robeit Wat*. A. Borel, 
C. W. Rnndall, Jerome Lincoln. San Fraiiciiico. Cal — 
C. Mayiie, PttH., Robert Walt. IVt-iVt^., T. W. Hinch- 
man, Sec., A. Borel & Co., Treat*., Janie<» Hairii*. 
Supt , e/c— General Office, California and Larkin 
Su., San Francisco, Cal. 

Central RR. Co. operates milc:* of road, ewns 
2?*2 horses. 55 cars and 6 otner vehicles. Ihrertnrn W. 
A. Aidrich, S. C. Biaelow, A.J. (innnij'on. T. R. Haves, 
Chas. Main, W. R. llorton. G. W. Prei-iott, Jos. Ros- 
enbers, E. K. Kfntfield.-Chas. Main, Pr^-M.. S. C. Bigo- 
low, \'ice-Prts., C. P. Le Breton, Sec, A. J. (iunnis«iii, 
2Wa*., J. F. Ciark, Ge». Supt. A P. A, A. R»-iIly, 
Maet. Tr. Ii*-p., C. Gnstafsou. ^faKf. Car /I'r;;.- Gen- 
eral Office, 33 Turk St., San Francisco, Cal. 



FARE BOXES AND CHANGE RECEPTACLES 




I FOR STREET CARS. 



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Tbs follouinjc >n po-D'aDT tDpcriailij toiliUboi otcr 

Simplicil; of CoDstrnction, (jnickntss ud Con- 
nnlence of Cltaning. 

f Beauty 
or 
^FINISH 
Much 
Cheaper in 
Price. 

CHANGE RECEPr.\('LR.— ThP onlf patlrftFtnrr imnge- 



ImueforBukiug 
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enlw on ■pplkation. 




WKITE US BEFOSE BimilG. -"rvj,^.. 

WALES M'F'G COMPANY, 76 S 78 E. Water St., Syracuse, H, Y. 

Metropolitan Foundryslron Works. 

ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK, 

Stable Furniture, etc.. for Street Car Barns, 

Vcnoda', Iron SuirwiTi, S',')'lithli. il» Viult Itoon, Fin-PioDl \tm\ii, 

STREET CAR CASTINGS and TURNTABLES. 



ESTIMATES FURNISHED AND SOLICITED. 



LOUISVILLE, KY. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



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Central Street RR.. Lou Anselevy operalofl I 
10 ini)c8 of niad, own8 72 horMs, 17 can* and 3 other I 
vehicles, Dlrfctor*^ J. W. Hellmmn. W. J. Broderick, ' 
E. F. Spenre. J. P. Crank, 8. C. HiibbelU Los Angelca, 
Cal— E. F. Spcnce Pr€tt., J. P. Crank, n<v-/Ve>*., Wm. 
M. Ciiswell, IS€C., First Nat Bank. Trmti., Nlles Knlck- 
erhocker, Gen. 8upt,~QE,THWEikL OmcE, Los Angeles, 
Cal. 

C.Xtj RR. Co. 9 Los Angeles, Cal. 9 operates 
6 niilen or road, owns (K) horses and H rarn. Dirtcfor*, 
Wm. J. Bn)dcrick, .]. W. Uellmsn. E. F. Spence. J. F. 
Crank. S. C. Uiihboll, Los Angelei*. Cal.— J W. Hell- 
man, Pre* . W. J. Broderick, Mre-Pret , Fred Harknesn, 
<Ste.. Wm. Hawks, Gen. Supt., Farmcis' and Merchants' 
Bank, yV^tM.— General Ofpicr. Los Anselei*, Cal. 

* City RR. Co., San Francl*>co, Cal., op- 
erates ft^ miles of road, OMms 280 horses. 72 cars and 
« other vehicles. JHrectorgf Robert B. Woodward. Geo. 
E. Ranm. Jas. H. Goodman. F. H. Wtiods, D. Melone, 

E, F Hntchlnson, Drnnr Melone, C. P. Tinkham, San 
Francisco, Cal.— R. B. Woodward, Prt-f., Geo. E. Ranm, 
Mce-Pren., M. E. Willis, Sec., J. H. Goo<lman, Trenn., 

F. O. Landgrave, Afasf. Car Rep., Wm Woodward. 
Suvt.^ Pur. Aat. A Matt. TV. /^<7>.— General Omcs, 
1801 MiMion St., Han Francisco, Cal. 

Clay Street Hill (Cabl««) RR. Co. operates 1 
mile (don ble track) of road, and owns 11 cars. Direc- 
tfnrn, Joseph Brltton, HeniV L. Davis, James Mofflt, 
Charles Mavne, Henir Stelnnsyger, J. J. Rey, C P. 
Campbell, San Francisco. Cal.— Joi'eph Britton, Pretf. 
eft H'wf , Charles Mayne. Met- Pres.. CnA'^. P. Campbell. 
Ser., Henry L. Davis, Treat.. P. H. Campbell, Pur. Agt. 
-General OrrrcB, Clay & lioavenworth ttts., San 
Francisco. Cal. 

Flmt Street and San Pedro Street RR. 

Co.— Frank C. Bethel, Jhrt*. A Supt. -Qesemal 
Office, San Jos6, Cal. 

Flrat Street and Willow Glen Railroad 

Co. (San Jom6f Cal.), operates 6..*^ miles of rond, 
owns 80 horses and 9 cars. — .1 . Rich. Pren. A Soie Oirner, 
E. M. Rosenthal, ^er.— General Office, 20 West Santa 
Clara St , 8an Jos^, Cal. 

Fourth Street RR. Co* operates 6 miles of 
rond. owns 88 horses and 6 cars.— Walter Blair, Pf-es. A 
Hf/pf.^ P. J. Van Lobensels. Sec., Montgomery Howo, 
TreoM —General Officr, Oakland, Cal. 

G^mry Street, Park and Ocean (Cable) 

RR. Co. operates 5 miles of road, and owns 15 cars.— 
Daniel Meyer, Prrjt., R. F. Morrow. Vice-Pre*., JohnN. 
Syme, Sec., 8. C. Biffelosr, Trtwt.^ H. D. Morton, Supt. 
—General Office. San Francisco, Cal. 

Iflain Street and 4ffrlcnltoral Park RR. 

operates 8 miJe'< of rond, owns 60 hoist's ai.d 12 cars. 
Dirertors. W. J. Broderick. J. W. Hellman, O. W. 
Chi Ids, W. P. Edgar, J. D. Harvey, Thomas B. Rowan, 
Dalton Wheeler Los Angeles, Cal.— W. J. Broderick, 
Pret. A P. A., J. W. Hellman. Mce-Pret., A. C. Taylor, 
S''r., Farmers' and Merchants* Bank, Trent , E. M. Lor- 
ricke, .<?/in^, Mas*. Tr. Sep., etc.— General Office, 
Los Angeles, Cal. 

Iflarket Street (Cable) Rjr. Co. operates 18.5 
miles of double track road, owns 80 horses. 9 dummy 
encnne*, 182 cars and 1*2 other vehicles. JHrectort, Le- 
land Stan/ord. Chas. P. Crocker. Timothy Hopkins, 
N. T. Smith. J. L. Willcntt, Snn Francisco, Cal.— Leland 
Stanford, Pre*., Chas. P. Crocker. Vice-Pret., J. L. 
Willcuit,6V<'.,N. T. Smith. Treat., H. D. Morton, Supt. 
A Pur. Afft.—GKHERAh Office, Fourth A Townsend 
Sts., San Franclpco, Cal. 

Market street and urillow Glen RR. Co. 

operates 2 miles of road.— J. R ch. Owner, E M. Ros- 
enthal, S^c, San Jos^. Cal — General Office, 20 West 
SanU Clara St.. San Jos^. Cal. 

North Reach and immilon RR. Co. oper- 
ates S.f> miles r>f road, ownc 850 hors«>s and 74 cars. M- 
rectors. J. R. Spring, J. T. Boyd. Jerome Lincoln, Wm. 
Alvord, H. D. Cogtcswell. J. C. Wilroerding, Albert 
Meyer, F. H. Woods, San Francisco, Cal.— Albert Mey- 
er. Pret.. J. T. Boyd. Vict-Prrt.. H. w. Hawthorne, Sec., 
Wm. Alvord, Treat.. M. Bkelly, Supt. A Pttr. Agt.— 
General Office, Fourth & Louisiana Sts., San nan- 
dsco, Cal. 

North Side Horse RR. Co. operates 2.25 miles 
of road, owns 12 horses and 8 cars. DireetortJA. A. 
Bishop, J. Rich, H. Rich. E. M. Rosenthal, H. B. 
Moody, J. Q. A. Ballon, C. H. Simonda, San Joa£, Cal. 



—J. Rich. Pret., E. M. Rosenthal. Sec, S. A. Bishop. 
Treat., J. Rich. Gen. Supt. , Geo. Fitzgerald, Mntf. far 
.ff</>.— General Office, 20 West Santa Cluru Si., San 
J096, Cal. 

Oakland, Rrooklyn and FrultTale RR. 

€0, operates 2 miles or road, owns 20 horres and 4 
cars.— Hiram Tnbbs. Pret., W. W. Crane. Jr.. Vice- 
Pret., W. C. Maj«on. Sic, H. Tubb. Treat., Jas. Dixon, 
^p^— <fBNERAL office, East Oakland, Cal. 

Oakland RR. Co. operates 10 miles of road, 
owns 100 horses, 2 dummies and 25 cars.— J. S. Emery, 
Pt^t., A. Doble. Tire-PreM. A I'm-. Agt., H. H. Towns, 
Stc, Fln»t Nat. Bank. Treat., Gy. Loring. 6't//>^— Gen- 
eral Office. 021 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 

Ocean Reach Rjr. operates 2 miles of road. 
Dlrecfort, Lclnnd Stanford, Chas. P. Crocker, Timothy 
Hopkins. N. T. Smith, J. L. Willcntt. San Francisco, 
Cal.-Leland Stanford. Pret., Chas. P. Crocker, Vice- 
Prtt., J L. Willcntt, Sec, N T. Smith, Trea*., H. D. 
Morton. .9";>^— PniNriPAL Office, 4th and Townsend 
Sts., San Fraucifco, Cal. 

Omnlbow RR. and Cable Co. operate* 8.6 
miles of road, owns 895 hors'*s and 57 cars. IHrectort^ 
Daniel Srein, GnsUv Sntro.C. D. O'Sullivan. Eugene Le 
Rov. K. Hnll, San Francisco. Cal.— Gustav Sutro. Pret., 
Daniel Stein, Vic^-Pret.. O. Rnegg. Sec, M. M. Martin, 
Supt. A P. A., Wm. Barry, Matf. Tr. Pep., M. M. Mar- 
tin, .Matf. t.'ar ./?<';>.— Principal Office, 7i7 Howard 
St., San Francisco, Cal. 

Park and Ocean RR. owns 4.62 miles of road. 
Directors, Chas. F. Crocker, Ariel Lathrop. Timothy 
Hopkins, N. T. Smith, J. L. Willcntt, San Francisco, 
Cal.— Chas. F. Crocker. Pret., Timothy Hopkins, Vice- 
Prtt., J. L. Willcntt, Sec, N. T. Smith, Treat., H. D. 
Morton. .S'//;^— Principal Office, 4th and Townsend 
Sts.. San Francit>co, Cal. 

People** RR. Co. operates 10 miles of road, 
owns 70 horses and 20 cars.— S. A. Biehop. Pret. A P. 
A.. E. Ro?cnthall, Sec, J. Rich. T^at., W. Tetts, Supt. 
-General Office, San Jos6, Cal. 

Potrero and Ray Vleir RR. Co. operates 
3.22 miles of road, owns 45 horses, 10 cars and 8 other 
vehicles. Directort, Leiand SUnford. Chas. P. Crocker, 
W. V. Huntington. N. T. Smith, J. L. Willcntt, San 
Francisco. Cal. — Leiand Stanford, Pret., Chas. F. 
Crocker. Mce-Pret., J. L. Willcuti, Sec, N. T Smith, 
Trrat., H. O Rogen, Sunt. A Pur. Agf.—QtmMXh 
Office, 4th and Townsend Sts.. Ban Francisco, Cal. 

Sacramento City Street RR. Co. operates 
5 milfcs of road, owns 50 horses and 13 car*. — R. C. 
Casey & Sons, Oivnert, A. G. Painter, Supt.—QvsiMAL 
Office. Sacramento, Cal. 

San Jo*^ and Santa Clara RR. Co. operates 
8 miles of road, owns 89 horses and 20 cars. Directort, 
S. A. Bishop. Jacob Rich, W. S. McMnrty, Jno. Anze- 
rnis, P. O. Minon, San Jos^, Cal.— Samuel A. Bishop, 
Pret., W. S. McMurty, Vice Pret.. E. M. Rosenthal, Sec, 
Jacob Rich, T'^nt., Wm. Pitts, Sunt., Rich and Bishop, 
Pur. Aiitt., Geo. FitxgersUi, Mat*. Car /?<;>.— Gen- 
eral Office, 20 W. Santa Clara St.. San Jos6, Cal. 

Santa Rarbara Street RR. Co.— H. K. 

Winchester, Pret., Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Sotter Street RR. Co* operates 5.5 miles of 
road, owns 135 horses, 50 horse-cars and 20 cable-cars. 
Directort. R. F. Morrow, J. L. Schmitt, J. NHpthHly, F. 
J. Low, R. G. Byxbee. San Francisco, Cal.— R F. Mor- 
row. Pret.. J. L. Schmitt, llce-Pret., A. K. Stevens, Sec, 
M. Schmitt, Treat., Jas. McCord, Sttpt., R. Price. Matt. 
Tr. Bej}.. H. Willy, Matt. Car i?sp.— General Of- 
fice, San Francisco, Cal. 

Second Street Cable RR. Co. 'operates 1.0 
miles of road, owns 6 dummies and 6 cars. JHreetor$, 
W. S. Newhall, San Francisco. Cal. ; Jas. McLaughlin, 
Jes^e Tamell. H. C. Witmer, Edward A. Ball. Los An- 
geles. Csl.— Edward A. Hall, Pret., Jss McLanghlin, 
Vice-Pret., H. C. Witmer, Sec , Jesse Yartiell. Treat., 
Edward A. Hall, Sv])f., F. F. Field. Pttr. Agf.—GKV- 
ERAL Office, 88 Sonth Spring St., Los Angeles, CaL 

Teleffraph Hill Street (Cable) RR. Co. 

operates 0.50 miles of road and owns 2 cars.— Gnstave 
Sntro, Pret. A Treat., Chas. J. Werner, Sec. Supt. A 
P. .^.-General Office, Greenwich and Kearney Sts., 
San Francisco, Cal. 

Temple Street Cable Ry* d 

Length of road, 8 miles ; owns dximmt si 



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D. W. PUGH. J. S. PUGH. 

F. D. RUSSELL. 



J 



PUGH & RUSSELL 



Street Cars, Bails, 

AM) EVERY DESCklFriON OF 

STREET RAILWAT 
SUPPLIES. 

General RePrfsentativts c/ 

THE JOHI SIEPHEISOII COMPIIT, (Limited) 

N«w York, 

Cfneral Agents e/ 

The A. French Spring Co. (Limited,) Pitts* 

burgh. Pa., 

STREET CAR iSPRIK3S. 

Agentx for New York District, and Indi.in.i. 
Michigan au<l C)hiii for 

The Johnion Steel Street Eail Oompany, 
Johnstown, Pa. 

NEW YORK, 

Stewart Building, Broadway, Reade and 
Ghamhers Sti. P. 0. Box 3524. 

CHICAGO. 

PHENIX BUILDING. 



Established 1856. Incorporated 1883. 

THE 

FEIGEL GAR CO., 



BUILDERS OF 



CARS 



FOR 



Street Railways. 



FACTORY, NEW UTRECHT, H. Y. 



OFFICE, 



«o. 108 Wall Stieet. H. Y. 



WM. WHARTON, Jr. & CO., umited, 

|[i|oiii6eF^, ManufaclupeF^ anS ^ontraetaFp, 

Twenty-Fifth Street and Washington Avenne, 



PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



Cable Railways 



f 



Grips 




AND ALL APPURTENANCES. 

The OMest imd Liir^est Mauufucturers of Street Riiilway Track Appliances 
ill the Worhl. Responsible parties contenii>latiiig Buildings, Bciicwals or E\- 
teusions will lind it to their interest to correspond with us. 



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cars. Directors. W. S. Maxwell Victor Beandry. Pro- 
den c Beaudrj, Jaliaa Lyons, Thomas Stovell. Ralph 
Ko^ert, E. A. Hall, Octavias Morg:an, .lohn Milner.— 
Walter S. Maxwell, Pre^.y P. Beauary, VicePret.^ Octa- 
viu* Morgan, Stc,^ John Milner, Treas.n O. Morgan, 
»"?//>''., Pur. Agt., 4tc., Los Angeles, Cal.— Puincipal Of- 
fice, Los Angele*, Cal. 

V'allHo Street RR. €o,— E. J. WINon. Prti., 
S. G. HilDoru, ^c.—Gembbal Office, V'allejo, Cal. 

STATB OF CON NEC TIC UT. 

Brldfl^eport and 'West SStratford IIor»e 

RU. Co.— Opened Oct. 19. 1885. Dirtcton, Henry N. 
Beurdsley, H. B. Drew. Bridgeport, Conn. 



'Bridgeport Horse RR. Co. 

miles uF ruud, owns 70 hones ind 14 cars. 
Albert Eamcp, James Wilson, N. Wheller, 
mini, P. Hurd, A. B. Beers, B. F. Lasher, 
Conn.— Albert Eames, /><>*, F. Hnrd, Sec. 
B. F. La«her, Sunt., P. A. A Mast. Car 
i:ral Office, 883 E. Waahiogton Ave., 
Conn. 



operates 7 
Directors^ 
P. T. Bar- 
Bridfreport, 
ik Treas., 
Hep — Gbx- 
Bndgeporc, 



Daubnrjr Street Ratlvray Co. operates 4 
miles of road, owns 80 horites and ten CHn<.— John D. 
Haine8, Prfs.^ Cha<. D. Haines. Sec. dh Trea^., A. G. 
Haines, Pur. Agt. tfk Supt.—QvsznAi, Office, Dan- 
bury, Conn. 

Danbnrjr and Bethel Horse RR. Co* 

operateu 4.5 mlleH>of road, owns 25 horses and 6 cars. — 
John D. Uaines, Pre*., Geo. A. Shcpard, Jlce-Pf^tf., Chan. 
D. Haines, .SV<'. it Treat.. T. B. Haiues, Svpt.—Q%in- 
Ei'.AL Opvice, Danbury. Conn. 

Falrhaven and UTestTllle RR. Co. operates 
7 mile:* of road, own* 210 horses and 80 cars. Directors. 
Hoadley B. \\e% George H. Watrons. Ezekiel H. 
Trowbridge, Samuel MiUer, Menry S. Parmele. Samuel 
ITcminsway, John B. Carrington. CharlcA S Blackman, 
New Haven, Conn.— Hoadley B. Ives, Pre*, dt P. A., 
Le;ivitt Cand«e, Sec. d& T*rea$.y W. A. Graham, ftvpt. & 
Morif. TV. Ifep.. E. W. Easton. Jfant. CarBep.—QEV' 
EiiAL Office, Simpson Block, New Haven, Conn. 

«Hartford and l¥ethersfleld RR.Co.— E. 

S. Goodrich, Pr^t. A TreoM.y Geo. Sexton, iSec— Gek- 
ERAL Office, Hariford, Conn. 

middletoiVH Horse RR. Co. operates 2 
milei; oi roAd, owns 21 horses and 6 cars. Direcfart. 
Jc^hn M. Don^'las, James K. Gay. Fred. B. Chaffee, 
£u<,a'nc H. Burr, Abel C. Allison, Middletown. Conn.— 
John M. Doiiij:las, Pres., James K. Guy. Sec.^ Treat, db 
Pur. Agt., Walter E. Baldv^in, Om. Mgr., Joseph B. 
Lare, Supt. rf- ^fa»t.. Tr. i?«p.— Gemebal Office, 166 
Main St., Middletown, Conn. 

Neiv HaTen and CentFevllle Horse RR. 

Co. oprrateH 3.5 miks of road. ODvns 42 horses, 8 cars 
und 'I other vehicles.— Cornelius Plerpont, Trutiet^ T. 
H. Hull, aupt.y New Haven, Conn. 

*lVeiir Haven and IITest Haven Horse 

RR. Co. operates 6.75 miles of road, owns 115 horses 
and »4 car*. Diiectont, Geo. R. Kelj*cy, S. L. Smith, I. 

A. Kel<«ey. W. W. Ward, James Graham, H. G. Kelser, 
New Haven. Conn.— Geo. R. Kelsey, /V«*., 8. L. 
Smith. .S^c, W. W. Ward, Treas., Supt. db P. A., An- 
drew Bracken. Mwt. Tr. Prp., H. H. Nlckerson. Jiast. 
Car if<7^— General Office. West Haven, Conn. 

Norivleli Horse RR. Co. operates 6 miles of 
road, ownri 39 horr>es and 19 cars.— Thomas Cunning- 
liam, iV*-*., T. West, Sec. <t Tr^:. «te.— General Of- 
FicK, Franklin Square, Norwich, Conn. 

*Noriiralk Horse RR. Co. oiierates 2 miles 
of road, owns 30 horses and 7 cars.— J. W. Hyatt, JP^iw., 
£. G. Hoyt, iSlec— General Office, Norwalk, Conn. 

State Street Horse RR. Co. operates 2 miles 
of road, owns 40 horses and 7 cars.- C. A. warren, /*r*i., 
C. C. Blaichly, Sac. Geo. Wells, iSup^— General Of- 
FJCE, New Haven, Conn. 

H'estport and Saoffatnck Ratlivajr Co. 

ooerates 1.75 miles of road, owns 5 horses and 8 cars. 
Pir^ctors, A. 8. Hnrlbatt, Horace Suples, A. C. Nash, 
£. H. Nash, 8. N. Saxton. B. S. Downes, C. H. Taylor, 
I. E Wheeler. Westport. Conn.— A. 8. Hnrlbntt, Pr€9., 

B. L. Wood worth. See. db Treat.. B. 8. Downes, Sv2)t..t 
Pur. Agt. dt Matt. Tr. i2ep.— Gekxsal OrriCE, West- 
port, Conn. 



Wbttney Avenoe Horse RR. Co. operates 
about 2 miles of road, owns 30 horses and H cars. Di- 
recfort, Geo. H. Watrous, Eli Whitney, Richard M. 
Event. Wm. W. Farnam, Eli Whitney, Jr.. Geo. D. 
Watrous, Dwlght W. Tuttle. New Haven, Conn.— Q. H. 
Watrous, Pret.. Q. D. Watrons, Sea.. J. A. Davis, 
Lcttee. Eli Whitney, Jr., Trt^w.— General Office, 
New Haven, Conn. 

STATE OF COLORADO. 

^Denver CItjr RR. Co. operates 80 miles of 
road. ownn .36.') hordes and 68 cars. Geo. H. Holt, Prtt.. 
0. D. L'Hulller. Sec. G. E. Randolph, Treat., Sunt. <ft 
P. i4,— General Office, 11 Wall St., New York, N. Y. 

Pueblo Street RR. Co. operates 4.5 miles of 
road, owns :iO horses and 8 oart«.— Jas. B. Orman, Pret.t 
JaJi. N. Carlisle, Vic^Pret. dt Trent.. J>. L.Holdcn, Sec., 
J. T. Clark, Supt., P. A, <t M. qf C. P.— General Of- 
fice, South Pueblo, Col. 

Trlntdad .Street RR. Co, operates 1.5 miles 
of road.— C. P. Treat, Owtter d- Man.. 180 Dearborn St., 
Chicago, Ul.— J. H. Clendeunon, Supt., Trinidad, CoL 

STATB OF DELAUTARE. 

Front and Union Ntreet RR. Co. operates 
1.5 miles of road, owns 22 mules and 7 curs. Directors, 
Geo. W. Bnsh, Jno R. Tatum, Wm. G. Gibbins, Philip 
Plnnkett, R. J. McKay. Jo^eoh Pyle, Wilmington, Del.; 
J. C. McComb, Claymont, Del.— Geo. W. Bush, Pi-et., 
Samuel A. Price, Sec. dt Supt, Edw. T. Taylor, Treat., 
Geo. Broadbent M'ltf. Car rf: Tr. 7?^;;.— General Of- 
fice, 5ih & Market Ste., Wilmingtor, Del. 

Urilmtnstou CHj RR. Co. operates 6 mUes 
of road, owns 58 ho^^M, 22 mules, 20 cars. 4 coaches 
and 2 sleighs. Directors. Wm. Canby, Jas. Bradford, 
Geo. H. Bates. J. T. Hcald, E. Mendlnhall, John Jonei«. 
Washington Jones, Wilmington, Del.— Wm. Ciinby, 
Pre*., J. F. Miller. Sec. <fi Treas., W. U. Burretr, St/ot. 
db Pur. Agt., John Donahue, Matf.. Tr. Pep.. Wm. 
Ktefe, Mast. Car iff «w. -General Office, Delaware 
Ave. and Dnpont St., Wilmington, Del. 

DI!^TRirT OF COLUIVIBIA. 

Anacostia and Potomac Street R/. Co. 

operates 2.8 miles of road, owns 26 hor'es and 9 cars. 
Dtrectart, Edward Temple, R. B. Clark. T. E. Smirhson, 
Washington, D. C: H. A. Griswold, E. M. Chnpln, 
Wm. H. West, J. Z. Williams, Anaco.'tia, D. C— H. A. 
Griswold, 7*r«»., J. B. Pitcher, Sec. dk Trt-at., H. A. 
Griswold, /j^p/.— General Office. Anacoetia, D. C. 

Capitol, North O Street^ and So. ITasli- 

iBcton St. RR. Co. operates 7 75 miles of road, 
owns 181 horses and 84 cars. Directors, W. J. Cowing. 
Charles White, B. F. Fnller. A. M. Clapp. C. S. Brad- 
ley. E. Cammack, G. W. Gray, Washington, D. C— 
Charles White, Pret., W. E. Boughton. Sec. <f Treas., 
Andrew Glasd, Supt.. Pur. Agt, <^/c.— General Of- 
riCB. 8d and B. St-*., South Washington, D. C. 

Colombia RR. Co, operates 8.68 miles of road, 
owns 56 horses and 10 cars. Directort, H. A. WiUard, 
H. K. Willard. A. B. Coppes, Thos. J. FlOv r. E. G. 
Davis, Robt. L Fleming, W. H. Clagett. Washington, 
D. C.-H. A. Willard, Pret.. E. G. Davis. VicePret.. W. 
H. Clagett, Sifi. A Treat. ^ Elbert Clagett, Supt. db P. 
^.—General Office, Washington, D. C. 

^Metropolitan RR. Co. operates 19.439 miles 
of road, owns 4n0 horses and 110 cars. Directors. Geo. 
W. Pearson. Albert A. Wilson, Robert D. Weaver, 
Thomas Hyde. Jno. Cammack, Robert Beall, Daniel B. 
Clark, Washington, D. C— Geo. W. Pearson. Pret. <fc 
Pur. Agt., AJbert A. Wilson. Vice-Fret., Wm. J. Wil- 
son. Sec. db Tre€ut..h\oyd W.Emmart,,9i/;)f.— General 
Office, 2411 ** P" St., North, Washington. D. C. 

*Waslilnfirton Sc Georgetoivn RR. Co« 

operates 21 miles of road, owns yOO l)ort<es and 151 
cars.— H. Hurt, Pret. dt P. A., M. G. Lane, Vice-Pres., 

C. M. Koones, Sec. db Treat., C. C. Sailer, Svpt., S. T. 
Hawk, Matt. Car J?«p.— General Office, Georgetown, 

D. C. 

STATE OF FLORIDA. 

Fort Meade Street RR. Co. operates 4.35 
miles of road, owns 2 horses, 2 freight-cars. and 1 pas. 
senger car.— J. A. Edwards, Pre*., C. C. Wilson, 6Vr., J. 
G. Carter, TV^o*.- General Office, Fort Meade, Fla. 

JacksouTllle Street i ' ^ 

miles of road, owns 90 muleasitf 



23G 

THE 






WAY, RHODES £ BLANKLEY, 

"Street Railway Supplies a Specialty." 

Contractors for Construction 



— OF — 



STREET RAILWAYS. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

CURVES, FEOGS, TURNOUTS, 

CROSSINGS, SWITCHES, JOINT PLATES, 

ALL SIZES OF KNEES. 

Steel Grooved and Tram Rails at Special Rates. 

Pedestals & Boxes. All kinds of Brake Shoes. 

TURNTABLES. 

AND ALL MATERIALS USED IN THE CONSTRUCTION 

OF STREET RAILWAYS. 



Twenty-third and Wood Streets, 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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Pr^s., Savannah, Qa.; Geo. R. Foster, Vxee-Pres. <fe Ste., 
Jacksonville, Fla.; J. M. Lee, Treas.y G. W. Haines, 
iSfifjt., Savannah Ga.; M. H. Motte. Agents Jacksonville, 
Fla.— General Ofpicb, Jacksonville, Fla. 

Pensacola Street RM. Co.— Cha«. Johnson, 
Tnas.y tf^c— Genebal OrriCE, Pensacola, Fla. 

Pine Street RR. Co. operates 213 miles of 
road, owns 18 mule9 and 4 earn.— G. A. Blackenstal, 
PrtA. it Oicn.er^ F. W. Biackenstal, Stc.^ Chaa. Johns- 
ton, Trta«. i£; Supt. — Gembbal Office, Jacksonville, 

Fia. 

LeesbarK Street RR. Co.— In profrress ; no 
further information.— Genihal Office, Leesburg, Fla. 

Palatka Street'RR. Co.— In progress ; no far- 
ther information.— General Office, Palatka, Fla. 

STATE OF GEORGIA. 

^Atlanta Street RR. Co. operates 11 miles of 
road, owns KiO hortfea. M) mules, and 30 cars.— Richard 
Pett-T!!, Prt€., J. W. Calpeppcr, tiec. db Tre<u., E. C. 
Peterr", Gtn. Supt. <it P. A., H. A. Smith, Mcut. Car 
JBej'.—QESuRAL Office, 49 Line St., Atlanta. Ga. 

^Aiiicafita dc SammersTllle RR. Co. op- 
erates tf miles of horse road and 1.5 miles of ireight 
line, owns 50 horses and 13 cars. Directors, John P. 
Kenned V. New York, N. Y.; £. R. Schneider, Josiah 
Sibley, Win. 11. Howard. Thomas G. Barrett, D. L. 
Fullurtou, Ilenr^ B. King, Augusta, Ga. — Patrick 
Walsh, Prof. <t 'J reaf., Edward G. Hosher, Sec, Supt. 
d- Pur. Ajjt.,F. E. Petit, A'/c/.. P. F. Murphy, !/<!«<. 
Tr. R^., Theo. Plunkett, Mail. Car /?^.— General 
Office, Augusta, Ga. 

Atbenn Street RR. Co.— In progress; no fur- 
ther information. 

Bran»ivlck Street Rjr. Co. prelected and 
charter obtained.— C. P. Goo<iye«r. Pre>».y Brunswick, 
Ga.; R. B. Smith, Trros , J. A. Chrisholm, Sec, W W. 
23d St., New York, N. Y. 

Cltjr and Siibnrban RR. Co. opera'es Smilea 
of road, owns k9 mules, 21 horses, and 16 cars.— James 
H. Johnson, Pres., L). O. Purse. Sec. E. Schmidt, 
Treaa., G. W. Alley, Gen. Supt., G. W. Maitaire, Ma«t. 
Cir Jiep.—QESEHKi, Office, Anderson & Whiuker 
Sts., Savannah, Qa. 

Coast Line RR. Co. operates 6 miles of road, 
owns 86 mules and 18 cars.— Geo. Parson, Pres., K E. 
Cobb, Sec d Treas., e«;.~GiiMBRAL Office, Savannah, 
Ga. 

Colambns Street RR. Co. operates 3 miles of 
road, owns 3:2 mules and tf cars. Directors, B. T. Hat- 
cher, W. P. Hunt, C. B. Grimes, F. C. Weislger. G. W. 
Dillingham, F. D. Peabody, O. 8. Jordan, Columbus, 
Ga— B. T. Hatcher, Pns. A P. A.. F. C. Weisiger, Sec. 
d' Tieas., J. B. Weisiger, ^u/>^.— General Office, Co- 
lumbus, Ga. 

Gainesville and Hall Co. Street RR. Co. 

operates 2.5 miles of road, owns 8 mules and 5 cars.— 
J as. R. Bams, Pres.^ Roiit. E. Green. Tteas. <fc Pur. 
Agt., C. W. Du Pre, 5ec.~G£NBRAL Office, Gaines- 
ville, Ga. 

Gates City RR. Co. operates 8 miles of road, 
owns 35 mules and 7 cars.— L. B. Nelson, Prti., John 
Stephens, Sec. <& Treas., J. T. H. Smith, Gen. Supt.— 
General Office, 41 Alabama St., Atlanta, Ga. 

mCacon and Sabarban RR. Co. operates 6 
miles of road, owns horses, 34 mules and 10 cars.— 
T. J. Carlmgf Pres., P. A., etc, H. R. Brown, Sec, 
Treas. & Oen. i9up/.— General Office, 151 M St., 
Macon, Ga. 

metropolitan Street RR. Co. operates 8 
miles of road, owns 16 horses ana Iti mules.— 
Pres., iSTifp^-GENERAL Office, Atlanta, 

Ga. 

Rome Street Rjr. Co. operates 3 miles of road, 
owns 25 horse:*, 4 cars, and 2 omnibusos.-^. D. Will- 
iamson, Pres., J. A. Glorer, Sec, J. F. McGhee, Treas.^ 
F. H. Harris, Gen. Svpt.^QzvKBLkh Office, Rome, Qa. 

IV est End and Atlanta Street RR. operates 
2 miles of road, owns 35 mules and 6 cars.— T. G. 
Healy, Pres., T. L. Langston, Sec eft TVmm., John 
Broomhead, Gtn. Supt., T. J. Hightower, Pttr, AgL— 
Genbrax Office, Atlanta, Qs. 



STATE OP ILI.IN01S. 

Alton and Upper Alton Horse RR. Co. 

operates 2.75 miles ol road, owns 2u horses and 4 cars. 
-Aaron Butler, Pres., H. J. Crane, Sec <fe Treas., Har- 
riet A. Hathaway, Oen. Supt.^iiESKRAi^ Office, Alton, 
HI. 

Aurora Street Rjr. Co. ojicrates 6 miles of road, 
owns 30 mules. 10 horses, 7 cars and 1 wagon. Direc- 
tors, H. H. Evans, S. W. Thatcher, E. W. Trask, T. H. 
Day. A. Itlndelle, D. F. Van Liew, C. A Weight, A. I. 
Hopkins, R Griswold. Aurora. HI.— H. H. Evans, Pret.. 
S. W. Thatcher, Vfce-Pres., T. H. Day, Sec, E. W. 
Trask, Treas., I. B. Chattel. Supt, 8. W. Thatcher, Pur. 
Afft.—^EKERAL Office, Aurora, HI. 

moomlnston and Bformal RR. Co. oper- 
ates 4.6 miles of road, owns 45 mules and 8 cars.— A. 
H. Moore, Prop., Edward Sharpe, Sec, J. W. Law, 
^'/p<.— General Office, Bloomington, 111. 

Cairo Street Rallwajr Co. operates 3 miles of 
road, owns 10 horses and 3 cars. Directors, J. A. Gold- 
stme. Thomas Lewis, Harry Schnlze, Albert Lewis, C. 
V. Neff, H. Bleins, Cairo. Ill.-J. A. Goldstine, Pres., 
H. Bleins, Vioe-Pres., Harry Schnlse. Sec, Thomas Lew- 
Is, Treas., Supt., «fo.— General office, Cairo, 111. 

Central City Horse Rjr. Co. operates 10 miles 
of road, owns 80 horses and 35 cats.— H. R. Woodward, 
Pres., E. Callender, Sec. db Tre2s., Johu Strong, Supt. 
cfc Pur. A., J. Cleveland, (7(MAier.— General Office, 
Peoria, HI. 

Central Horse and Cable Rt. Co. operates 
4 miles of road, owns IW horses ana 9 cars.— H. R. 
Woodward, Pres., E. Callender, Sec. db Treas., Johu 
Strong. Supt. eft Pur. A., J. Cleveland, (7(MAi«r.— Gen- 
eral Office, Peoria, 111. 

Cbampalffn Street RR. Co. — J. L. Ray, 
Pres.—QEVKRAh Office, Cliampalgn, 111. 

*Cblcaso Cltjr (Cable) Rjr. Co. operates 104.25 
miles of road, owns 1,059 hort«s, 729 cars, 3 dummies, 
22 snow-ploughs and 6 sweepers. Directors, S. B. Cobb, 
D. K. Pearrous. H. W. AUerton, C. L. Hutchinson, E. 
M. Phelps, D. G. Hamilton, C. B.Holmes. Chicago, 111.— 
C. B. Holmes, Pres., Supt. A P. A., S. B. t obb, Vict- 
Pres., H. H. Windsor, Sex:., T. C. Penninirton. Treas., 

C. J. Luck, Mast. Tr Rep., J. B. Wright, Mast. Car 
i?«j9.— General Office, 20*J0 State St., Chicago, 111. 

*Cl&lcaflfo Passenger Railway Co.- E. R. 

Bliss, iStfc.— General Office, 818 Western Ave., Chi- 
cago, 111. 

*Cbleaso l¥cst Division RR. Co. operates 
46.5 miles (all double track; of road, owns 3,9r7 horses 
and 750 cars. Direclots, B. H. Campbell, Wni. H. Brad- 
ley, S. B. Cobb, Jerome Beecher. Henry Field, Wm. H. 
Ryder. J. R Jones, Chicago, 111.— J. R. Jones, Pree., 
B. H. Canipbell, Viee-Pres., Geo. L.Webb, Sec. A Treas., 
De Witt C. Cregler, Supt , E. A. Blodceti, Pur. Agt., 
Martin Connell, Mast. Tr. Pep., B. McDevitt, Jlfa«^. 
Car i?e/).— General Office, 59 State St., Chicago, 

All* 

Cbleago Horse and Damnijr RR.— Aostin 
Doyle, SupL, Borden Block, Chicago, 111. 

Cltlxens^ Horse Rallivajr Co« operates 4.60 
miles of road, owns Hi) horses and 7 caTB.~-Dtr«Uors, 

D. P. Alexander, Wlchlu, Kan. ; H. A. Alexander, 
John E. Thomas, Don Turner, Belleville, 111.— D. P. 
Alexander, PrM.,H. A. Alexander, Treat., Pur. Agt, 
A Supt., John Thomas, iS^;.— General Office, Belle- 
ville, HI. 

Citlseus* Street Rallw^ajr Co. operates about 
4 miles uf road, owns 35 mules and 7 cars. Directors, 
Wm. P. Cannon, Wm. SiewHrt, A. R. Samnel, J. G. 
Holden, A. C. Daniel, J. B. Mann, B. C. AbdiU, Dan- 
ville, HI.- Wm. P. Cannon, Pres., Wm. Stewart, Vice" 
Pres., A. R. Samuel, Sec. A lYeas., Wm. P. Gannon, 
Supt. A P. -A.— General Office, Danville, III. 

CItlsens* Street RR. Co. operates 9 miles of 
road, owns 40 mnles and 7 cars.— D. S. Shellaborger, 
Pres., Arthur Kinney, See. A Treas., «te.— General 
Office, 482 K Norik St , Decatnr, 111. 

Citizens* Street Ratlw^ajr Co. operates 9 miles 
of road, owns 100 mules, 88 cars and % other vehicles. 
Directors, J. H. Scbfick, Frank Reish, Geo. Relsh, C. 
Schflck, John Schoeueman, C. Smorooskie, C. Her. 
man, Springfield, 111.- J. H. Schiick, Pret., John 
Schoeneman, Viat-Pru,, Frank Relsh, 7Vv«M.,Chat. Uax- 



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ST. LOUIS, MO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF 




TPEET CAP 




OF ALL SIZES AND STYLES, 



FOR 



Si\d Otl\ei' Motof^, 



FOR 



Summer and Winter Service. 



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239 



man. Sec, Joe Bloomer, Oen. ^S^pt.— Obmkral Office, 
fcfpilDgfleld, 111. 

^Collece CItjr BR, Co. operates 6.5 miles of 
road, owns 25 bori»e8 and 9 cans. JHrtoton^ Luke W. 
Sanbom, J. II. Barton, A. S. Iloover, Galeeburg, 111.; 
E. E. Fosdick, Fort Worth. Tex.; B. O. Flood, New 
York, N. Y.— Luke W. Sanborn, Prw , A. S. Hoover, 
ViceFies., A. A. Matteaon, Treas.^ Geo. 8. Clayton, iSVc, 
S'fpt.<, Pur. Afft., etc., Oaleaburg, 111.— Gxnbral Of- 
fice, Galesbarg, 111. 

Decatar Street RR. Co« operates 1 mile of 
road, owns 1:1 horsea and 4 cars.— F. Priest, Pres. i& 
Gen. Alan., Decatnr, III. 

Elxln Cltjr Street RR. Co. operates 2.75 miles 
of road, owns 18 horeea and 5 cars.— B. C. Payne, 
Fres., &i€. cl* Tr^tw.— General Office, 82;e Spring St., 
Elgin, 111. 

*Fort Clark Horse RR. Co. operates 9 miles 
of ruad, owns 100 Horses and i4 cars — ^ohn H. Hall, 
Fres. <fe dupf., H. W. Wells., Sse.^ H. TetwelUer, Trean. 
— GaNjtRAL Office, Pioria, III. 

Freeport Street Mf. Co. operates 3.75 miles of 
road, owns 32 horses, 8 cars and i otner vehicles.— 
Jacob Krohn, /Vm., Freeport, 111 ; F. C. Piatt, Vtce- 
Fres., Waterloo. la. ; John B. Taylor, Tnat.^ »Valter B. 
Barnes, Hec, H. T. Warner, Gen. Hupt. — General 
OFFICE, Freeport, 111. 

JackeonTllle RR. Co. operates 4.5 miles of 
road, owns 23 horses and 14 cars.— Wm. Hook, Fres.., 
Thomas J. Hook, Sec, Marcna U<iok, 7Vs(U.,Benj. 81- 
bert,^up^ ff P. ^.—Gbnkral Office, Jacksonville, 111. 

Ija Salle Street RR. Co. operates 1.5 miles of 
road.— E. C. Hegeler, Prtn.. F. W. Matthiessen, Sec— 
General Office, La Salle, 111. 

Jollet Street Rjr. <;o. operates 3.5 miles of road, 
owns 11 horiies, 19 muled and 6 cars.—J. A. Henry, 
Free., J. Hnlsizer, Sec <fe Treas.., A. BLrchmau, Supt.— 
General Office, Joliet, 111. 

Afecbanlcebaric and Ramilo RR. Co. 

operatet) ii.&4& miles of road, owbm 4 mules and 3 cari^. 
Directors, J. N. Fullinwider, Harvey Thompson, J. M. 
Thompson, A. T. Thompson, Mechaniceburg, III. : J. 

B. Hunter, Buffalo, Ill.-J. N. Fnlliuwider, l^^es., Har- 
vey .Thompson, Vice-Fres., J. T. Fullinwider, Sec, A. T. 
Thompson, Trca^.— General Office, Mechanlcsburg, 

Jflollne Central Street Rallirajr Co. oper 
ates l.tb miles of road, owna 11 horses and 8 cars. Di- 
recto *, S. W. Wheelock, 8. H. Velio, P. U. Wessel, M. 
Y. Cady G. H. Sohrbeck, C. P. Hemenway, W. R. 
Woore, Moline, 111.— P. H. Wessel, Prw.. M. Y. Cady, 
Vtce-Fres.yf , R Moore, Sec db Supl.^ C. F. Hemenway, 
jTrtfo^.— General Office, 16th tti., Moline, 111. 

inioline and R«>ck Island Street Car Co. 

operates 5 miies of road, owns 40 horaes and 11 cars.— 
J Uuntoon, /^«#., J.M. Buford, 5sc., M. Lynde, 2>eas., 
Wm. Gamble, <Sm/>^— General Offiob, Moline, HI. 

*If ortb Cblcaffo City Rallirajr Co. operates 
87 miles (^reduced to single track) oi road, owus 1,700 
horses and 3Itt cars. Lireeforg. V. C. Tamer, Jacob 
Kehm, Hiram Crawford, W. C. Gaudy, Geo. L. Dnniap, 
Chicago, 111.— V.C. Turner, /Vr*. <ft Supt.^ Jtcob Rehm, 
Vice-Free., Hiram Crawford, i6»'ec. A Treas., Aug. W. 
Wright, Supt , Tr. db Const., V. L. Threcdy, Afst. S>mt., 
John M. Roach, Pur. Agt., J. M. Miller, Ma$t. Car &ep. 
—GENERAL Office, 444 N. Clark St., Chicago, 111. 

Pekln Cltjr RR. Co.- Nothing has been done as 
yet on this ruad, except securing Articles of Incorpora- 
tion. The company is awaiting the action of the At- 
chison, Topeka and Santa Fu RR., late purchaser of the 
Chicago and St. Lonis RR. If they extend their line 
on a certain route, the street railway will be built 
withont furtner delay.— Jas. R. Cooper, Act, Sec— 
General Office, Pekin, 111. 

Peoria Home RR. Co» operates 5 miles of 
road, owns 100 horses, 4u mules and ^ cars.— H. R. 
Woodward, Ites., M. Pfcifer, Sec., H. M. Wheeler, 
Trea»., John Strong, Supt. <t P. A.^ A. J. Cleveland, 
Act. Sec. <f rr«a«.— General Office, Peoria, III. 

*4|iilnc]r Horse RR. Co» operates 6 miles of 
road, owns 118 mules and 21 cars.— Lorenso Bull, Free., 

C. H. Bull, Sec, £. J. Parker, Treoi., E. K. Stone, 
6V/;>^.— General Office, Quincy, 111. 

Rockford Street RR« ('o» operates 6.40 miles 
of road, uicludiug double truck aud switches, owns 53 



horses, 16 mules and 13 cars. Directors, A. Haines, 
Levi Rhoades, H. C. Price, John Balnea. C. M. Brasee, 
R. F. Crawford, Alex. Forbeo, Ruckfoid,Ill. -A. Haines, 
Fits., Levi Rhoades, yice-Pres., H H. Robinson, Sec^ 
K. E. Lyman, Trtas., Fred Haines, Supt., F. A., etc— 
General Office, Rockford, ill. 

Rock Inland and Iflllan Street RR. Co* 

operates 5 miles of road, owns 5 horee^, '4 dumiiy en- 
gmes, 8 past>enger and 6 freigh^cars.— bai.'ey Daven- 
port, Frt^^., Svpt., etc, 3. F. Robinson, T/'cra*.— Gener- 
al Office, Hock bland. 111. 

So mil Chlcsiflfo City Rjr. Co« opeiates 5 miles 
of road, owns 15 norsei* and 6 cars. . Innctots, D. H. 
Taylor, Andrew Kiimbill, Andrew RcUm, Henry 
Scuerer, Cyrus A. Pomeroy, Chicago, 111.— D. 8. Tay- 
lor, Frts., Henry Scherer, Vice-Fres. d- Treas., An- 
drew Krimbill, <Ste.— General Office, 191 La Salle St., 
Chicago, 111. 

Springfield Cltjr Rjr, Co. operates 7 miles of 
roaa, owu& 08 horses, i7 moles, 8 dummies and i4 cars. 
Directors, A. L. Ide, Geo. N. Black, William Ridgely, 
Charles Ridgely, R. B. Zimmennann, Geo. M. Brluker- 
hofl, J. Taylor Smith, Springfield, 111.— A. L. Ide, Pres, 
& F. A., Geo. N. Black, Vtc^-^'res., Geo. M. Brinkeihoff, 
Stc, Wm. Ridgely, Treas., Irwin Johnson, Supt. db M, 
Tr. JPif/;.— General Office, Springfield, 111. 

Sterling; Street RR.- In progress ; no other in- 
formation furnished.— General Office, Sterling, 111. 

Urbana and Cbampalcn Street HR. oper- 
ates 2 miles of road, owns ;&) horses, 4 cars and 1 other 
vehicle. IHrtctors. Wm. Park, Frank G. Jacques, 
Minnie Jacques, Urbana, 111.— Wm. Park, Pies, dc SujU., 
Frank G. Jacques, Sec. db T/eoef.- Gan^ial Office, 
Urbana, HI. 

Urbana RR. Co. operates 9 miles of road, owns 
IS hor^es and * cars.— Wm. Park, /V(>. iC* Supt , Frank 
G. Jacque:», Sec, db 2Wa<.— General Office, Urbana, 



III. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 



■^Citizens' RR. Co.— J. H. Bass, Pres., G. E. 
Bnnsley, S<c., C. Grafmiiler, /s't/y^^— Genaual Office, 
Fort W ayne, Ind. 

Cltlzene' Street RR. Co. operates 30 miles of 
road, o«tns 600 mules and 75 cars.— A. W. Johnson, 
Frts., C. F. Johnson, Vlce-Pres., A. A. Anderson, Sec, 
T. L. Johnson, Man. db Treas., P. Wooldridge, Supt. db 
Pur. .4^^— General Office, 80 Louisiana bt.. Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 

Citizens' Rallwajr Co. (In progress.) Length 
of road, 3 miles. Dirtctors^ John McNaughiou, A. J. 
Moody, F. W. MiUard, E. P. Wilhurd, J. W. Ellis, E. C. 
Bickel, G. C. Johnson. D. N. Weaver.— F. W. Miller, 
Frts., G. C. Johnson, Vics-Pre*., E. C. Bickel, Sec, A. R. 
Burns, i reas,^ Elkhardt, Ind.— Princifaj^ Office, 
Elkhardt, Ind. 

ETausTllle RR. Co. operates 14 miles of road, 
owns ttJO mules and 81 cars. -John Gilbert, Prfs., 
Treas. dr P. A., P. W. Raleiah, Sec, Wm. Bahr, Supt, 
-General Office, Bvansville, Ind. 

Oreencaetle RR. Co. operates 2.35 miles of 
road, owns i4 horses, 8 cars and 3 other vehicles. Direc- 
tors, Dudley Rogers, A. T. Keighiley, Jas. c». Nutt, 
Ralph Rogers, John M. Might, John W. Earp, E. W. 
Rogers, Greencastle, Ind.— Dudley Rogers, Pre«. db 
Fur. Agt., A. T. Korghlley, Vice-Fres., J. S. Nutt, Sec.., 
Ralph Rogers, Ji-eas., R. W. Rogsrs, Gen. Supt., Cal. 
Patterson, Mast. Tr. Fep., Wm. Blankenship, Matt. 
Car i?6p.— General Office, Greencusile, Ind. 

La Fayette Street RR. Co. operates 3. 3.^ miles 
of rosd, u%vns 4u hotses and 6 cars.— F. b. Caldwell, 
Free., E. A. Jones, Sec. «fc Treas., F. Greene, Supt.— 
General Office, La layette, Ind. 

Lotfaueport RR. Co. operates S.5 miles of road, 
owns 4u horsea and 6 cars. Directors, Frank G. Jaques, 
Minnie Jaques. Ida B. Hanes, Urbana, 111.— Frank G. 
Jaques, Frts., Ida tf. Hanes, Vice-Fres., Minnie Jaques^ 
Sec, Jennie E. Jaques, Treas., W. P. Jaques, aupt.— 
General Office, urbana. 111. 

JUadleon Street Rallirajr Co. operates 15 
miles of losd, owns 9 mules, 8 horses aud 6 cars.— Jacob 
Wcndle. Fres.., Peier P. Robinius. Vice-Fres., John K. 
Wever, &<;., Chas. F. TatUef Supt. dt yf«<».— Geneb!Xl 
Office, I036 North Walnut St., Madison, Ihd. 

New Albanjr Street RR. Co. operat s 6 miles 
of road, owns 10 horses, 40 mules and l& Q«.t^^. \ycc«A- 



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Steam and Street Railways, 



55 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. 



r i^oii\otef ^ of ^tekii\ i ^tf eet i^kilwci^^^. 

Builders of over a score of Railways. 
Unlimited Capital famished for Building and 

Extending Railways. 



Information upon Railway Materials 
and Matters pertaining to any branch of the Rail- 
way Business cheerfully given. 



*• Public benefactors." — Burlington Free Press and Times, , 

*' Accomplishing^ what few men would undertake to do." — Rutland Herald, 

** Their reputation as builders of Street and Short Line Railways has become national." 
— A>w Yffri World. 

** Their work is a great triumph of constructive genius and financial skWV— Syracuse 
Herald. 

'* They not only make hay while the sun shines, but they seem to build Railroads after 
the orb of day goes to sleep in the West." — Newhurg News. 

*' These gentlemen, as their work and history show, are the most eminent in the United 
8 engaged in their pursuit." — Newhurg Journal, 



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tars, Alex. Dowliog. Albert Trialer, G. T. Vance, 
L. V. Yredenberg, New Albany, Ind.— Geo. T. Vance, 
/Vw., Memphis, Teun., L. V. Vredenbcrg, TVww., 
W. L. Tambulake, Supt, tt Pur. il^.— Usnebal Of- 
PicK, New Albany. Ind. 

Kiobmoiid CItjr BR, Co* operates 2.5 miles of 
road, ownt SO horses and 10 cars.— J. C. Shaffer, /Vm., 
Pur. Agt. dk 8upt., J. F. Miller, Vice-Pns.^ H. J. MilJer, 
Hex:, dh /Wo^.— Gbnkkal Offick, 15 to 21 So. Seventh 
8t., Kichmofld, lud. 

Soutli Bend Street BR. Co. operates 7 miles 
of road, uwna fiO honies and ru cars.— Jacob Wolrerton, 
Pret., W. O. George, 8ec., Lucius Clark, Treas.t Wm. 
Miller, Supt.— Gekebal Office, Sooth fiisud, ind. 

TerFe Haute Street RR« Co. operates C miles 
of road, owus '62 mule<t, 16 harsea and 10 cari».— T. C. 
Biinten, Prea., J. 11. .>prerhan, Htc., W R. McKeen, 
Treat. y John T Sciuiner, iSruy>i(. — General Office, 
Terre ilaate, Ind. 

Vlncenuee Cltlzeae' Street RR. Co. oper- 
ates '2.5 miled of road, o«vns 46 miilei and 7 cars.— 
Fred Graeter, Pre$. A /rea*., G. W. Graeter, Sec.^ 
Supt., Pur. Agt, eto.— General Office, Fairgrouud 
A\e., Viucenneis, lud. 

STATB OF I01¥A. 

Boone and Boonitboro Ntreet RR. Co» 

opcraie^* 1.75 miles of road, own« 8 horretf and H cars. 
Jjirectortt, L. W. Rfynoldf , Ira B. UudKex, A. a. Uudges, 
Biione, Id.— L. W. Keyuolda, Prtt.^ A. B Hedges, See., 
Supt.. Pur. Agt., etc., Ira. B. Hodges, JVeew.— General 
Office, Boone, la. 

Rurlinctott Street RR. Co. operates 3.25 
mlle« of road, owns ti horses, 9 cars and 4 sleiffhs. — 
John i'atiurr^on, Pres.. C. r. PaLteriH>n, Sec., freoi., 
Supt., Pur. Agt., ^/c— General Office, 14Ui Summer 
St., Burlington, ia. 

*C'edar Raplda and Marlon RR. Co. op- 
erates U miles of road, owns 41 horbes and mnles, tt 
moturs and 11 car^. IHrectort, W. Greene, C G. 
Gre«*ne, S. C. Bcver. N. C. Blake, G. W. Bover. A J. 
McKean, Cedar Itapids. la.— Win. Greene, /Ve»., N. B. 
• ont*igny. Sec., Geo. Greene, Tretu., W. £lsoni, Supt., 
Pur. Agt., 6to.— Geneual Office, Cedar Kapids, lu. 

*Cllnton and Lyons Horse Rjr. Co. operates 
5 miles of roud, owns 40 Uor.-es and 15 cars. DireUurs, 
D. Joyce, K. N. Hand, W'm. A. Disbron, W. T. Joyce, 
R. W. Rand, E. S. Bally, C. H. IV^li, Lyons, la.— D. 
Joyce, Pres. cfe Tit<pi.,>N . T. Joyce, Sec., Frank Crap- 
ber. i^ifjv/.— General Office, Lyons, la. 

Cooncll BlaflW Street RR. Co. operates 4.5 
miles of road, uwus jfit horses^ males and lu cars.^S. 
R. Callaway, Pres., Geo. W. H*.!!, Sec. &. Treat., Wm. 
11. Burus, ^"'tp^— General Office, 50tf First Ave., 
Cooncll Bioffs, la. 

UaTenport Central RR. Co. operates 2 5 
miles of road, owns }U horsee*, itf mules and 12 cars. 
Directors, James Grant, Geo. Murray, Walter Cham- 
ben*, u. S. McNeil. Juhn B. Fidlor. J. M. Jfildridge, 
M. U. Cassell, W. L. Allen, W. M. Grant, Davenport, 
la.— Whit M Gruni, iV«r., W. L. Allen, Vtoe-Pru., 
O. S. Mi-Neil, Sec., J. B. Fidlor, Treae., J. W. Howard, 
iOru/;/.— General office, Davenport, la. 

BaTenport CItjr Rjr. Co. operates 4 mllea of 
road, own$ 17 h«'ri»is, i4 muios and 1j cars. JHreclore, 

F. 11. Griggs, Hiram Price. W. H. Decker, E. S. Bal- 
lard, Henry Hills, S. 1>. Bowden, J. B. Phelps, Geo. £. 
Maxwell, C. «. Watklus.— C. tt. Watkius, PUt., ti. 1). 
Buwden, See. it 'lYecu., H. Schnittfer, Supt, it Pur. 
ul0r^— General Office, Davenport, la. 

Bes Moines Broad Gauffe Street Rjr. Co. 

op«ra.e:i 7 miles of ruaa, owus &> horses and tt cars. — 

G. Van Giukel, Pres., U. E. Teachant, Sec., John 
Weber, 7Wa«.— General Office, Des Moines, la. 

•Bes Moines Street BR. Co. operates IS 
miles of road, owus IMl hornsa and 16 cars.— M. P. 
Turuer, Pres., Supt. A Pur. Agt., M. A. Tnruer, Viee- 
Pres.^ Sec, <ft ^reew. -General Office, 665 Seventh 
S t., Des Moines, la. 

Bes Moines and Mevaatopol Street RR. 

Cw. optAraies ;t miles of road, owns IS horses mud 3 
lars.- G. Van Giukel, Pres., G. C. Van Gtnkel, Sec., 
Johu Weber, 7Wa«.— General OppiOB,De« Mumea, la. 

•Babaqoe Street RR. Co. operates 8 mllea of 
oud, owns 4U horses and 15 cars. JHreetcre^ Joa. A. 



RhombergjB. B. Linehan, A. L. Rhomberg, D. Rhom- 
berg, D. W. Linehan, J. J. Linelian, DuDuque. la.— 
Jas. A. Rhomberg, Pres., B. B. Linehan, Sec. A Trects., 
J. J. Linehan, Supt. A Pur. Agt., tfte.— General 
OrricE, Charles Ave. and Twenty-Hrst St., Dnbnqne, 
la. 

*Keoknk Street Rjr. Co. operates 8.75 miles of 
road, owns Si hor!<e8 and 12 cars. Dirrctors, James H. 
Anderson, R. James Anderson, Keokuk, la.; Julius S. 
Walah, St. Louis, Mo.— James H. Anderson, Pres., 
R. J. Anderson, 84>c., William E. Anderson, lYeas. A 
<9u/>^— General Office, 17 So. Fifth St., Keokuk, la. 

Marsbaaitoirn Street Ry. Co. operates S.5 
miles of road, owns 17 horses and 7 cars.— B. F. Fred- 
erick, Pres., C. C. Gilinan, Sec., T. B. Foley. Treae., 
A. E. Shorthill, Supt. Car liep.^QKVitRAh Ornos, 
Marshalltown, la. 

Mascatlne City Ry. Co. operates 3.6 milea of 
road, owns 1^ horses, 9 mules and 7 cars.— Peter Mus- 
ser, Pres., T. R. Fitzgerald, Sec, Samuel M. Uaghee, 
Two*.— General Office, Muscatine, la. 

Ottumiva Street RR. Co. opemtes 2 mllea of 
road, owns Itf mules, 6 horses and 4 cars.— J. M. 
Uedrlck, Pres., H. L. Hedrick, Treus. A Supt.—QKK- 
sral Office, Ottumwa, In. 

Red Oak Street RR. Co. operates 1.35 miles of 
road, owns 4 horses, 2 mules and 2 earn. Directors, 
M. Bunham, T. E. Looms, Jno. Hayes, Ed. Hayes, Ktd 
Oak, la.— Justus Clark, l^res., Ben. B. Clark, Vice-Pres., 
M. Bonham, Supt. A Trecu., T. M. Brykut, ^ite.- Gen- 
eral Office, Red Oak, la. 

•Slonx City street Ry. Co. operates 10 milea 
of road, owus bu luulrs, 100 hurses and ;M cars. Direc- 
tors, F. T. EvaiiB Fiauk U. Peavey, James F. Peavey, 
Geo. W. Wakefield, F. T. Evans, Jr., Sioux City, la. 
— F. T. Evans. Pres., Frank H. Peavey, Vicei^ru., 
James F. Peavey, Sec. A Q(n. Man., F. T. Evans, Jr., 
Gtn. Supt. A 2 V«a<.— General Office, ttloui City, la. 

Turin City and Oea Moines River Motor 
Street Raliway Co. operates 2.75 milea of road, 
owns 2 motors anu S cars. Directors, Ira B. Hodges, 
S. K. Hunti*lnger, A. B. Hodges, Boone, la.— Ira B. 
Hodges, Pres., Supt., etc., S. K. Huntainger. See., A. B. 
Hodges, yrsof.— General Office, Boone, la. 

Union RR. Co. operates 7 miles of road, owns 
51 bursas, 74 mules and 23 care.— Geo. £. Ru^t, Pres., 
F. G. Jones, Sec. A l^reas., J. C. Killam. *t7><., S. W. 
Snyder, Pur. J.^^^— General Office, Burlington, la. 

IVaterloo Street Rallivay Co. operates 1.75 
miles of road, owns 19 horses, 3 cars and 5 oth«-r ve- 
hicles. IHrecior*, T. N. KelUigg, J. A. Foye, W. H. 
Hartman, Waterloo, la.— W. H. Hartman, /reir., J. A. 
Foye, Vics-Pres. A Sunt., T. N. Kellogg, Sec. A Treas. 
—General Office, Waterloo, la. 

iiTATe OF KANSAS. 

Allbene Street Ry. Co. operates 1.5 miles of 
road, owns 2 cars.— G. W. Hurd, Pres., J. B. Case, Sec, 
A 7Vy(W.— General Office, Aiibeue, Kan. 

Atclalson Street RR. <'o. operates 6.5 milea of 
road, owns 00 horses and 12 cars.— J. H. Bee!K)U. Pren., 
A. W. BarUetl, Vlcel'res., H. M Jackson, Sec., W. W. 
Hetherington. Treas., John Mullins, i9(/;>/.— General 
Office, Atchison, Kan. 

Boarbon Coanty Street RR. Co. opt^ratea 
7 miles of road, owns 24 mules, 4 hori<es, 7 cars aud 8 
transfer wagous.— M. B. Pearsall, I'rts., J. D. McClev- 
erty, Vice-Pi-es., C. W. Gooolander, Sec., W. Cbenault, 
yWew., B. Strong, Oen. /Mip^— Gbnsral Office, Furt 
Scott, Kan. 

Bmporla City Ry. Co. operates4 miles of road, 
owu» 24 mnles and 8 cars.— Van R. Holmes, Prts., N. 
F. C^owe, Treas., J. W. Holden, ifan.- General Of- 
fice, Emporia, Kan. 

I^airrenee Transportation Co. operates 5.5 
milea of road, ovins 34 horses and 8 cars. Directors, H. 
Tlsdale, W. M. Bangs. George Fricker, Lawrence, 
Kan.; J. W. Parker, R. L. Pease, Atchison. Kau.— 
H. Tladale, Pres. A Treas., W. N. Bangv, Sec:, Geo. 
Fricker, 5t/j9<.— General Office, Lawrence, Kan. 

Sallna Street Ry. Co. operates 9 miU-s of road, 
run by contract.— M. D. Herrinkton, Pres., A. L. Dodge, 
Sec., ML D. Teagne, Treas., K. W. Ober, Gen, Supt.- 
Gekibal Owwiom, Saliua, Kan. 



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*Topeka CIt jr RB, Co. operates 10 miles of 
roau, owus 100 hufMre and 88 cars. Dirtctort^ Joab 
Mulvanu, H. K. Kowlfv, E. Wilder, J. R. Mnlvane, C. 
K. llolJlda/, J. P. Qriiswold, Georsp Noble, Topeka, 
Kan.— iloab KaJvane, iVw., H. K. Kowley, ylee-Frtt.^ 
£. Wilder, Sec. A Tt^cu., Jeese Shaw, iOip/.— Gknmial. 
Officb, cor. lOtb St. and Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan. 

"Wlcblta CItjr Bjr, Co. operates 9S miles of 
road, owns 210 raulen, lO honea, 86 cars and S other 
vehiclee.— Q. L. Ronse, /¥«#., J. O. Davidson, 7Wa«., 
G. M. Dickrton, Stc. <€ Ofn. Jfan.— Gbmkral Omos, 
436 North Main 8t., Wichita, Kan. 

STATE OP KBNTUCKT. 

*Central PasnAUKer Street RK. Co. op- 
erates 'i7 milcH of road. uMns 700 hur«es and l&O cari». 
Directors, B. du Font, T. J. Minary, H. V. du Pont, F. 
Lumutt, T. C. Donigan, Loaisviile. Kjr.— B. da Pont, 
/»/«*., T. J. Mlnarv, ViC^Prtt., Supt. S P. A., T. C. 
Donigan, See. A Ttinm.— Oimbbal Officb, Sigbteenth 
and Witlnut 8is., Loaisville, Ky. 

Creaeeut Hill RR. Co. operates 8 miles of 
road, owns IZ liuraes and o cara.— Dafid Franz, Jr., 
Pres., T. C. Donigan, See. S Ttbo*,, A. V. an Pont, 
Gsn. Supt.^QAHUHAL Office, LoaisTille, Ky. 

JeflTeraon Street RR. Co.— In progress ; no 
furtliorinrorination.— OkNKRAL Office, Loaiafille, Ky, 

Kentnckjr Street RR. Co. operates 4.6 miles 
or road, owiitt 8 cars. Directors^ B. du Pont, J. 8. 
Phelps, J. T. Wellcr, T. J. Minary, Loniaville, Ky.— T. 
J. Minary, Pre* . T. O. Donigan, ^M.—GsMmiui. Officb, 
Kighteenth and Walunt bu., Loniaville, Ky. 

liexlngtoo City RR. Co. owns 85 horses and 
20 cars.— Joiin CroM, Prea. <ft TWcw., O. R. Direr, Vice- 
/¥m., Albert Cross, Sec. db Supt. —Geskral Officb, 
Lexington, Ky. 

*liOUlaTUle CItjr Rjr. Co. operates 70 miles of 
road, owns 1,5 lU males, stdOcarit ami 10 other rehicles. 
VireclOTBt A. H. Davie, Syracuse, N. Y.; T. b. 8pe«^, 8t. 
John Boyle, Theodore Harris, A. P. liumphrtry, 11. H. 
Littell, £. 0. Bohiie, Louuviile, Ky.— A. il. DaTis, Pru.^ 
8t. J. Boyle, Vlee-Pres., R. A. Waits, See. tt TWcM , 
U. U. LiUell. Supt. A P. A., B. B. Oilman, Maet. Tr. 
Hep , Jacob 8muu, Mont. Car iS0p.— Gbnbral Office, 
Louisville, Ky. 

UlayiiTllle St. RR. and Tranafer Co. op- 

eruteH a mile0 of rOMl, owus 5 horses, 8>' mules and 
cars.— L. W. Robertson, iVaf., W. 8. Frank, Trea*,, 
ihr.. Pur. Aqt. A Supt.^ James Limbrick, Supt. Car 
A-ryy.— Genkiial urpiCK, Court 8u. .MaysvtUe, Ky. 

*Ifeirport and Rajrton Street Rjr. Co. 

operates sf miles of road, owus 6i horses, tt mules and 9 
cars.— W. VV. Bean, Pree.^ Sec., 7VWW., Supt. A Pur. 
Agt., Chaii. s. Beach, Maet. Tr. i?<3>.— General Office, 
Dayton, Ky. 

Ow^euaboro Street RR. Co. operates 8.5 
miles of road, owns 8 horses and 6 cars.— J. li. Alsop, 
J*re»., J. A. VT\i\\x&,Sec.^ J. D. Powers, Treat.. W. U. 
Lanier, Su/it — (^bnebal Office, Owensboro, Ky. 

Park RK. Co. operates d milen of road, owns 8 
horses and 3 cars.— H. H. Houston, Pres., See. A TVsos., 
P. MuUer. i&ri//)^— Qbnbbal Office, Padacah, Ky. 

'South Covlnfftou and Clnrlnnatl Street 

Ry. Co. operates 17.75 miles of road, owns tSiti horses 
and 46 cars.— U. F. Abbott, Pret., Q. M. Abbott, Treae., 
J. C. Benton. Sec.— ^HinciVKiA Office, 40ri 8cott bt., 
Covington, Ky. 

8TATB OP I.OI7ISIANA. 

Canal and Claiborne Street Rjr. Co. oper- 
atcH la miles of road, owus 210 mules and 4u can. Jhree- 
tore, E J. Hart, Jr.. K. J. Hart, W. B. Schmidt, B. P. 
Bmgere, C. K. Hall, B. J. Montgomery, I. N. Marks, 
New Orleans, La. — fi. ' J. Hart, Pfee., Jas. H. Do 
Gran<;e. Sec., Treae., Sapi. A P. ^.— GEsiBaaL Office, 
6 Camp St., New Orleans, La. 

Crescent City RR. Co. operates 16 miles of 
road, owns 400 horses and VO cars.— W. J. Behan, 
Prte., J. R. Juden, See. A Treat., A. Y. Smitli, St^.^ 
(^ENEBAL OFFICE, Canal and Wells Sts., New Orleans, 
La. 

FTeiv Orleans and CarrolUou RR. Co. 

operates 16 miles of road, owns 25 horses, 175 molea, 17 
aieam dammlex and 65 cars.— W. Van Bentboysen, 
Pres.t Walter V. Croocb, See. A TVmm., O. V. Haillr, 



Supt. A P. A.t John Dabmer, Mast. Car liep.—Gitm- 
BBAL Office, 17 Brown 8t., New Orleans, La. 

Neiv Orleans City and liaiie RR. Co. oper- 
ates 54 miles of road, owns Too mulea and '^40 cars.— J. 
A. Walker. Pres., W. K. Leverich, iS!K;.,F. Wintz, Supt. 
Gbmkral Office, New Orleans, La. 

New Orleans, Spanish Port and Lake 

• Co.— Charles Schill, Pret., John Qlyuu, Jr., Stc. 
A Treat., K 8. Tyler, /9i4»t.— Obmbhal Office, New 
Orleans, La. 

Orleans Street Rallivay Co. operates 10 miles 
of road, owns 46 horiies, 96 muies and Si cars. iHree- 
tore, U. Larqaie, 8. Hernshelm, B. Boenbay, R. Viosca, 
F. Lisnongi, J. Ferran, G. fisnard.— H. Larquie, Pree., 
Supt. A P. A., P. CouKot, See. A TVecw.— Genebai 
Office, White and Labari^ Bis. , New Orleans, La. 

Sbreveport Street Hy. Co. operates 0.5 miles 
of road, owns 14 horses and 3 cars.— Peter Yonrte* 
Pree., Sec. A Supt.^QwMEUAL Office, 8breveport, Liu 

St. Cbarles Street Rallivay Co. operates 16 
miles of road, owns 960 moles and 61 cars. lHrector$, 
Alden McLellan, Wm. H. McLellim. A. K. HroasseaB, 
Benj. Miller, Henry Ellermanu. Occar Isuard, H. T. 
Vennard, New Orleans, La.— Alden McLellan, Pre»„ 
Supt., Pur. Agt., etc . V. Kiviere, iSlse.— Gkkebai> 0»- 
FiCBS, Carondeiet and Eightu 8t»., New Orleans, La. 

STATB OP RIAlIfB. 

Lenrlston and Anbnrn Horae RR. Co. 

operates 7.5 mile* of ri>ad, owns 45 horses und 24 cam. — 
F. W. Dana, i'rw., C. C. Corbeti, Sec. A Trrae., J. K. 
Fairoanka, 8\tpt. — Gkmebal Office, Lc\viht«>u, Me. 

Ocean Street RK. Co. owns l.*25 miles of road, 
4 hor^es and 1 car. — W. R.Wood. Itee., IS. A. Newman, 
Sec., Tnae., Supt. A P. ii.— Gbnbkal Office, 464 
Congress 8t., Portlsnd, Me. 

Portland RR. Co* operates 8.63 miles of roa<l, 
owuM 154 hontes and 34 horse-care.— 11. J. Libby, Prea., 
E. A. Newman, TVeas., Qm Man. A P. A., Geo. 
W. Scale, tfupr.— Gcnebai. Office, 481 Cangre»s at., 
Portland, Me. 

STATB OP nARYLAND. 

Raltlmore, Catonsville and Kllicoti)a 
la Ilia Passeuffer Ry. Co. opeiaies 6 miies ol 
road, owQs 40 liorseaaikd li cars.— T. C. Robbtns, Prea., 
W. W. Omdorir, ^i^ . B. J. D. Cross, TWo^.— General 
Office, Pratt 8t. ana Frederick Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Raltlmore City Passenger Ry. Co. oper- 

atet» 44.5 miles of roau, owns l.'^JOU hure>vs and 134 can. 
Directore, Odeu Bowie, Gabriel D. Clark, Juckson Hol- 
land, Wesley A. Tucker. Auauii Jenkins, George 8mali, 
John isulgiano, Baltimore, Md. — Oueu Bowie, JFYss., 
Supt, A P. A., 8. L. Bridge, Sec., John Bolgiano, 
Treftt., Boyer Parka, Jfa«f. Tr. Hep.. J. M. Blunddl, 
MtuL Car Hep.--MEiiERAL Office, Baltimore and Cal- 
vert 8ts., Baltimore, Md. 

Raltlmore and Hall Springs RR. Co. op- 

eraies 4.5 luilea of road, owus 68 horees and 14 earn.— 
H. J. Keyser. Pre^., ilamvs F. Heywood, Supt.—QEit^ 
ebal Office, Baltimore, Md. 

Raltlmore, PImlIco and PikcsTllle RR. 

Co. operates 7 mileeof road, ov^iia 10 horrto, i mule 
and 8 cars.— P. H. Walker, Pr^e. A P. A., Noah Wnlk- 
er, Stc, Arthur Chenowith, Treaa. A Supt. -Qeskkaj. 
Office, Pikesville, Baltimore Cunnty, Md. 

Raltlmore and Poivbatan Suburban 

Ry. Co. operates 6 miles or road, owns ^ horses 
and 4 cars. IHreetore.B. Lsoy, T. A. 8eth, W. P.Webb, 
R. B. Clark, K. D. F.eeman, Baltimore. Md.— E. D. 
Freeman, Prea. A TWos., K. B. Clark, See., I. McKitrick, 
Supt.^MMJnRAL Officb, 406 Laurens 8t., Baltimore, 
Md. 

'Raltlmore Union Paasenser RR. Co. 

ope»aies It miles of road, owna ftitl h"rses and 41 uirs. 
—Nelson Perln, Prea., B. J. D. Cross, Tieae., T. C. Rob- 
bins, ififttpr.—OBMBRAL OFFICB, Baltimore, Md. 

Central Ry. Co. opermles 5.5 miles (double trackj 
of road, owns 183 borsss, )tt cara and :! sHeepers.— 
Peter Thomson, i'/sf. A Oen. Man., Walter Blaklsioue, 
Sec., Treaa. A P. A., Jas. Bunting, JUaat. Car Hep.— 
Gbnbbal Office, Preston and Coustituilon 8ts., Bal- 
timore, Md. 

Citizen ■' Ry. Co. operates S6 miles of road.^cnn 
860 horses and 40 csia,---4. V^. '^^Misavix Vt«».^Ne;, 



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Hammersley, Sec., Geo. V. Keen. Treat., C. C. Speed, *Cainbrldse Street RR. Co. ope-ates 56 miles 

i9up^— General Ofpick, Reiiat St.. Bdltimore, Md. of road, oyrn^ 1,600 hones, 827 earn and 19 other ve- 

HUtalaiidtown aod Holnt Brcexe RR. WcIm. ^IHrtctot^. Oibs 8. Browii. C. E Raymond, 

Co. operates 12 milds of road, owns OB hones and 25 „ **^^*^^E: Swan, Kdmund Reardon. Samuel L. Montague, 

car8.-Prancla Hazlehur*.t. Pre*., M. A. McCormick. Edwin Dresser, Israel M. Spelman, Carahndiie, Muss.; 

See., William Selfridi{e. Treats., James Smith, Supt.^ Joseph H. Tyler, Winchester, Mtt.?s ; Prentit-H Cum- 

General OFnca, Highlandtown, Baltimore Co., Md. "f''^?' ^™°<5",«- P*rker, Boston, Ma«s.; Henry T. 

Woods Somerville, Mass.— PicntiHs Cunimlngs. /Vw., 

*Nortli Raltlmore Paewencer Rjr. Co. F. Pcrrln, Treat., Wm A. Bancroft, i^u;;/.— General 

operates 31 miles of road, owns 400 hori^es and ft5 cars. Office, Cambridge, Mass. 

5f^Kf2'''hinuA ^w^fjv^V^^^ •Charle. River Ntreet RR. Co. Consoll- 

^itllll S?.S'*L'^«.^?^?^'^'^SJ ,^' ^i?""*'? Morton dated ulth the Cambridge Street KR. Co. October 1, 

Stewart. Wm. H. Blackford, Wallace Kinir, Baltimore, luiui whirh iaa 

Md.-Jas. L. McLane./VM. <*C?<n.irau,ThoB J.Wil- ^* . , «. * « ^ o ,. i # 

son.^dc. C.Morton Stewart, r/«?tM.-GENERALOFFiOK, ^J*J5?"»' ^^IT*** ^^: ^?' °T?*. ^-^ '""^s of 

McMechin St. and Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, Md. ^^^^ 81 h^ses, 18 cars and 1 other vehicle. Dirtcton, 

Chas. B. Pratt, N. S. Liscomb, Hiram Fohes, H. S. 

^People's Rjr. Co. operates 6.6 miles of road Seeley, Worcester, Mass. : O. H. Seeley, New York, 

(double track), owu« 310 horse* and 88 cars. Direcf'^rt, N. Y.; G. F. Mellen, Fall River, Mass.— Charles B. 

T. E. Hambleton, Jno. A. Hambleton, Jacob Hecht. P. S. Pratt, I*ret., H. S. Seeley, Sec. <t Treat., J. N. Akar- 

Hambleton, Gostavus Ob«r, Wm. A. Home, Baltimore, man, ^/7f.— General Office, Worcester. Mass. 

Md.; Acob Tome, Port Ddiwsit. Md.-T. B. Hamble- ^aet IHIddleeex Street Ry. Co. (formerlr 

<SS' ^^rJ^^^ ^\^' ^C'^%i?f'"' o J*??'?* Stoneham Street Ry. Co.) operates 2 73 miles of road, 

f^' W- iS-^'^ Oastayus Ober TrtM., C.H. Rob- owns 8i) horses and 11 carsT Extensions in progress : 

erte, Matt. Tr.Bep.,Jnn Christopher, Matt. Car R«p. 3 miles T rail track, Stoneham to Woburn, Mi^.; 6 

-Ge.seral Office, Clifton. Bilumore Co., Md. miles of Johnson girder rail in Melrose and Maiden. 

Plmllco and Plke»Tlll«« Ry. Co. operates 6 Mass.: 8 mUos flat niil in Revere and S .ugus. Mast. 

miles of road. Dlrectort, Wm. Thirlee, S. H.^aughE, DirecUirt, Amos F. Breed, Philip A. Chase, David H. 

Dixon Walker^rank Causfhr, Baltimore, Md.; P? h! g;^««^>"» ^i*** ^ 5***?''^^""', ^**5y Lyman Dike, 

Walker. Noah Valker, A. Chcnoweth. Pikesville, Bal- §.^"1*^™;, ^J*" i, ^"i* Hinckley, Woburu, Mass.; 

timore County, Md.— Noah Walker. Sec, A. Chenoweth, Frank H. Monks, Brookllne, Mass. 

Treat., Sitpt A P. A., Ed. Lutwig, Moft. Car A Tr. Fitchbarff Street Ry. Co. oneratos 3.26milea 

.ffr;?.— General Office, Pikesville, Baltimore Co., Md. of road, owns 84 horses, V cars and 1 other vohiclea. 

->,_,-„„_ .011 . J — H. A.W1111S, /Vw., H.C. Hartwell, iSec, B.P. Wallia, 

^**rK K*^** ??; ^®" **fi*S^®rS^ miles of road. Treat., W. W. Sargent, Pur. Agt. A dupt.-QE^MRAi 

owns 130 horses and 30 cars^-S. H. Tagggt, ^., A. OFFici, Fltchborg, Ma^. 

D. Sanks, .9'iD^.— General Office, 5 N. HoUiday St., *.,, V «... U »» .n * «o >i s 

Baltimore Md *#ilol»e Street RR. Co. opsratss 16 miles of 

' ' road, owns 208 horses and 47 cars. Direclort, G. H. 

STA.TE OF m.lSSACIIlTSETTS. Hawes, John S. Brayton, Andrew J. Borded. MiircasQ. 

Aeuehnet Street Ry. Co. See Union Street »• Swift, Fall River Mms. ; Frank S. Stevens Swan- 

j^y qq * sea, Ma«8.; Joseph A. Beanvais, Thomas B. Wilcox, 

j[»w* «.* .»»««..» ^ * '^^^^ Bedford, Mass— F. S. Stevens, Pnt., John H. 

«cfJ'**»"'^*®"'?*^«^"'*.**^o ^7* P^ RP*^«*2" Bowker, Jr., ^t/»f., Frank W. Brightraan, 7V^<w.. Mar- 

0.85d miles of road. /)ir«<r<<;^, Greeley S Onrtis, Rob- c„g q 'b. Swih, ^w.-Genbral Office, Fall River, 

ert II. 8rcven:K>n, Chas. L. Peirson, Henry L. Uiggin- ^ass 

son. Geo. F. ChUds, Boston, Mass.— C. L. Peiri»on, ^' * «,. « «. ^ ' ..•/»- n 

Pre^., Geo. F. Chllds, CtorJfc cfe TrtfO*. -Gemkral Of- /OloaceeterStreetRy. Co. operate? 4 0* miles 

vrnR niixrfMi Maiu of rt>ad, owns 93 horses, 18 cars and 6 other vehicles.— 

FicB iwsiou. jnaw. , i,^« m M. C. Fitch, iVw., F. W. Homans, Treas., D. 8. Prea- 

Arlington Street RR. Co. owns 1.676 mUes gon. Sec., W. A. Strangman, A^p^.-General Office, 

of road, wiiich Is leased to C*mbrid«e street Ry. Co. Qioncestijr, Mass. • ' ^ 

7>'rs{T<<>r/», John Schouler, Arlington, Miss.; George N. __ *.., 




_, , „ . ^ *, >■ «. •• ^ «<. ^ Ira A. Abbott, John A. Gale, Haverhill, Mass.— J. B. 

Rlack Rocks and SallebaryReacli Street yvvett. Prtt., John A. Colby, Sec. A yrea*.— General 

Ry. Co. operates J.789 miles of road, owns djimmy- office, 8 Water St, Haverhill, Mass. 

engine and 6 cars. 2>ir»;tor«, Harvey N. Shepard, Bos- *-•- V, ^«. «nn^ a n.-/^ 

ton, MsHS. ; Enoch T. Nortiicnd, Edward P. Shaw, !.?!«W*"?S*i':««* ^*- Co.-See Boston Con- 

Moses M. Rorts, Newbaryport, Mass.: David Sanborn, wlidated Street Railway Company. 

Salisbary, Mass. ; Wm. D. Northend, SiUem, Mass.— Holyoke Street RR. Co. opcra^ea 4 miles of 

Harvey N. Shepard, Pret., Boston, Mas«. ; Enoch T. road, owns 55 horses and 18 cars. Direclort, W. A. 

Northend, Supt., George Tllton, Clerk A Treat.— Chase, F. P. Goodall, J. A. Snllivan, G. K Dadlcr, C. 

General Office, Newbaryport, Mass. B. Prescott, G. H. Smith. Holyoke, Mas;*.: S. G. Gay- 

«Rrocktoii Street RR. Co. operates 11.462 *£[?. «• Sn^ith, South gadley Mass.-W. A. Chase, 

miles of road, owns 140 horses, 33 cars and 18 other ve- ^'^'S^^i^^,^a\ ^J*^* ** m"^' "• B^ooka. 

hides. Directort, William W. Cross. Brockton, Mass.; ** • ^' M. Smith af«p<. A Matt. Tr. iJe^).— General 

Thomas Dana, Asa P. Potter, Boston, Mass. j C. W. Office, Holyoke, Masa. 

Sumner, H. W. Robinson, Brockton, Mass.— Wm W. Hooeac Valley Street Ry. Co. operates 6 

Cross, Pret., 0. R. Fillibrown, Treat., Horace B. Rog- miles of road, owns 85 horses and 8 cars.— Wm. B. 

ers,i9ri/7^,J/'a«f. TV. i?^.,s/<;.— General UFPiCE, Brock- Baldwin, Pret., L. W. Cronkhite, Viee-Pret., S. P. 

ton, Mass. Thayer, Sec, Chas. T. Beach, Treat., J. D. Hatnos, 

Roeton and Ckeleea RR. Co. owns 4.116 ^r. ^(7<.. H. A. Fitzsimons. ifon^. J. Kincsley.^r^ 

miles of road. Leased to Middlesex RR. Co. and oper- Ow- Rep.- General Offic4, Wilson House, North 

ated by the Lynn A Boeron RR. Co. JHrectort, W. W. Adams, Mass. 

Wheildon, Concord, Ma8<«. ; R. E. Demmon.T. Q. *Loi¥ell Horse RR. Co. operates about Smiles 

Bronne, Chas. B. Powers, Boston, Mass. ; Geo. M. of rtMul, owns 99 horses, 88 cars, 5 sleiehs and -i onmi- 

Brookd, Estes Howe, Cambridge, Mass.; Bei^. H. Dew- buses. Direetort, W. E. LiTingston, James A. Chase, 

ing. Revere, Mass.— W. W. Wheildon, Pret., John H. Lowell Ma.oB.: George N. Kennedy, W. G.Tracy, Syrs- 

Studlcy, Jr.. Sec. A 7>sa«.— General Office, 27 Tre- cuse, N. Y.— W. B. Livingston, Pret., Geo. N. Kenne- 

mont Row, Boston, Mass. dy, Viee-Pret., J. A. ChaM, Sec., Treat., Svpt,, P. A., 

•Roeton Consolidated Street Ry, Co. JJc-Genbral Office, 88 HUdreth Building. Lowell, 

operates 43.938 miles of road, and 7.46 miles other Mass. 

roads, owns 1,760 hones, 881 cars and 63 other vehicles. *Ijynn and Roston RR. Co. operates 49.398 

—Chas. E Powers, Pret., Moodv Merrill^ Treat., John R. miles of road, owns 748 hones. 175 cars and 9 sleighs. A- 

Stadluy, Jr., Atti. Threat , J. B. Rugg, Gen, Supt., J. H rectxn't, Amod F. Breed, Asa A. Breed, Philip A. Chase, 

Srndley. /STabf.— General Opricz, Tremont Row, cor. Lynu. Mass.; Isaac Stebbins. William R. Pt-urmain, 

Pemberton Sq., Boston, Maat. Chelsea, Maes.; William Spra^ue, John i<.<^^<L^'^Nsv^x&M 



248 POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS-STREET RAILROADS. 



P. Proctor, E. Francio Oliver, Boston, Ma^w.— A. P. 
Breed, Fres., E. P. Oliver. See. tt Trta*., E. C. Poster, 
Supt. & P. .4., v.. P Decatur, Ma«f. Tr. 7?<p.— Gisnbbal 
OrFiCE, 13 Trcmont Row, Boston, MaM. 

IVIalden and Melroae RR. Go. own9 8.88 
milurt of road, which i8 leaeed to the Boston Coni<olidat- 
ed St. Hy. IHreciora, Cliarles E. Power*. JnineH II. 
McParlaiid. Linus M. Child, John H. Studley, Boston, 
Matie.; MarcclluB Coxgaii, Maiden. Matw— tha». £. 
Powen*, PreM. it Treat., J. H. McFarland, Sec.—QKV- 
BUA1. OrricK, Tt Tremont Row, Boston, Masi*. 

JPferrliiiark Valley Street RR. Co, opcTJitoji 

5 H m.lfS of r 'jkI oamm 1 7 hor.Mef and 20 earn. JHrerforfs 
Williaui A. RiikihjII, A W. Muarns. Hezekiah Plnmmer 
I^awruncc. Mnsa.; .Univa Walton. Mvthnen, Maui).; 
John A Wilny, North AndoTcr, Ma«9.— W. A. Ru^dell, 
IVw., J. U. Eaton. *c., JYeis. <fc P. A., A. N. Kimball, 
Supt. <k Mcut Tr. .8^.— Gknkbal Office, Lawrence, 
Masfl. 

^nietropolitan RR. €0. operates 71.41 rollenof 
road own** 8,813 horae^, 664 earn. ^ omnibuses and 24 
Btvigh^. 7^2r'Ctor«, Calvin A. Richards, William Hen- 
dry, William A. Rust, Stei)h(>n R. Nile-, ThomaH Dana, 
Anguatu*} P. Martin. Edward O. Shepard, BoMton, 
Ma»!S.; Dexter N. Richards. Brookllne, Mass.; Liberty 
Big^'low, Melrose, Mas*.— C. A. Richards, 7V»*., Wm. 
P. Harvey, .S«?., Chas. Boardmau. Treas., J. H. Ran- 
dall. Mivt. Tr. 72«/).— Gknbual Office, 16 Kilby St., 
Boston, MaHS.' 

•middleiiex RR. Co.— See Boston Consolidated 
Street Railway Company. 

*Plaanikeac Street RR. To. owns 27 miles of 
road, and operates 7. 78 miles of other roads, owns 275 
horsein, 80 cars, 5 omnibu^eit, 16 9*leighs and 12 other 
Tohlcles. Dire^.rtore. Chail>s OilcU. William Mack, 
Henry Wheatland, Nathan Nichols. John M. AnderiK)n, 
Salem. Ma^:).: Chariot C. O Thornton, Boston, Mass.; 
Rufns H. Brown. Peabody. Ma^f.— Charhn* Odell, Pree.^ 
Willard B. Ferguson, mupt db P. A., Henry Wh<-8€- 
land. Trtffpf.. Joseph P. Hickey, Sec., Edward A. Soule, 
JCiuL Tr. Hip., Prank A. Evit's. Matt. Car Jiep.— 
OsNERAL Office, 2:^3 Bmcx St., Salem, Mat-s. 

Natlck aii4 Cochltnate Street Ry. Go. 

operates 8.2 mi Oi of road, owns 17 horses. 7 cars and | 

6 other vehicles. JHreciore, Harrison Harwood, Prank 
H. Hayes, J. O. Wilson, Chas. Hook, O. A. Pelch, 
Natick, Mass ; Wm. H. Bent, Ooo P. Keep,Cochituate, 
Mass.— Harrl!*onHar wood, P/v»., Frank U. Hayes, See., 
Wm. H. Bi'nt, 7Vm«., Geo. F. Keep, Supt.—QzssRAi. 
Office, Natlck, Mass. 

*Ne«r Redford and FalriiaTen Street Ry. 

Co. See Union Street Ry. Co. 

*Neivbiiryport and Ameabnry Horse 
Ry. ^'O. own!* and operates 6.67 milea of road. Direc- 
tors, Charles Odell, W. B. Pergus-m. J. M. AndertK)n. • 
Salem. Mass.; Geo H. Steven*, Newburypon. Mttt>s.; 
B. Riplev Sibley. Amesbnry. Mass.; Harvey N. Shepard, ' 
O. C. G. Thornton, Boj»ton, MaM.— Charles Odtll, 
Fre^., Salem. Mass.; Geors^e H. St-vens. Cierk, \. G. 
Reynolds, Trecu. —Okhkrkl Office, Newburyport, 
Hms. 

Northampton Street Ry. Co. operates 8.2 
miles of road, owns 35 horse.s, 9 cars and 8 other vehi- 1 
eies. Dir^ctftrt, Oscir Edwards, M. H. Spanldinsr, J. 
L. Warriner, J. C. Hammond. E. C. Clark. Northamp- , 
ton, Ma««^.— Oscar Edwards, /»/¥*., E. <\ Clark. Supi. A 
Treae., M. H. Spuuldlnji^, <!itoc.— General Office, North- > 
ampton, Masti. 

North l¥obnru Street Rt. Co. operates 4.82 
miles of roid. owns 27 horses and 9 cars. JHrectarit, 
Amos P. Breed. Elwln 0. Poster, Lynn.. MasiH.; John 
X. Harlow, BenJ. Hinckley. Gilnian P. Jones, Wobnrn, I 
Mass.; Prank H. Monks, Brookline. Maas. j 

Pittsllelil florae RR. Co. -In prozre's : no 
farther informaiion.^GBNSBAL Offioe, Pitt»flold, 
Mass. 

Salem Street Ry. Co. owns 7.79 miles of road, 
which is leaned to Naumkeag Street Railway Co. Dl- 
t^-Mrit, Benjamin W. Russell, William Mack, Henry 
Wheatland. Samuel P. Andrews, Zlna Goorlell, Salem, 
Ma^s.— Benjamin W. Rn^seli. Free.. William Mack, 
Trei^., Henry Wheatland, C^jk.— Gbxeral Offiok, 
331 Essex St., Salem, Mass. 

•a.i*.M **^A Dan vera Street Ry. Co. operates 
^Nul, owna 117 horses, 24 can and other 



vehicles. Dlreetors, Benjamin W. Raesell, Geo. W. 
Williams, S. E. Peabody, Thomas H. JuhoMon, Z. A. 
Gallup, A. L. Huntinj;i6n, .Salem, Mass.; Charh s H. 
Gonla. Oeor^ W. Pi^ke. Danvers, Mass.; Jacob C. 
Rollers. Peabodf. Mass.— Benjamin W. Rnssell, JFVy*., 
George A. Vickery. Ssc. d-. Trens., David N. Cook, 
filtfpt , P. A.. «te— General Office, 96 Washington 
St., Sal m, Mass. 

Komerville Horse RR. Co. owns 5.435 miles 
of nmd, lo:is> d to and operated by the Boston Consoli- 
dated Street Ilailwav Company. Direeiore, Samuel K. 
spwall, Mtlrof-e, Ma«s.; R<uben E. Demmon, Jno. H. 
studley, Jr., Charhs E. Powers, Boston, Ma.«8.; Joslah 
o. Bennett, Somerville. Mass.— Samuel E. Sewall. 
A-^M., Melrose, Mass.; John H. Studley. Jr.. Treas. A 
Clerk, Boston. Mass.- General Office, 27 Tremont 
Row, Boston, Mas-s. 

South Ronton Street Ry. Co. owns 18.22 
miles road, and un?.* *..i«i miles track c»f other roads, 
owns 956 horses and tK6 cars. Directors, Benjamin 
Dean, C. H. Hcnfey, N. J. I*ust, Ezra H. Baker, Henry 
H. Pay, Boston. Msfs.; M. Anaj^os, Fiancis James, 
South'B iston, Mass.— 0. H. Hcrrsey. F*ree..E. H.Baker, 
iTr<»- /V<;«., Daniel C<M)liriep, Snjtt.. M. Anspnos. Sec. C. 
B. Cnmminps, Trea*.. E. G. Harridan, M(Uft Car R^. 
—General Office, 716 Broadway, South Boston, Maes. 

*Sprlng:fleld Street Ry. <?o. owns four lines in 
SpriuifAeld, airSTogatinj^ 8.17 m.l.'s. owrs 114 horses, 28 
earn and 12 other vehicles. IHnctore. John Olmsload, 
O. M. Atwaier, C. L. Covell, James Rirkham, Gideon 
Wells, Sprlnsrfleld, Mass.— John Olmstend, l*r(s. A P. 
A.. P. E. Kins:, SupL, A. E. Smith, 7Wu«.- General 
Office, 1 Main St., Springfield, Ma^s. 

Sunset Street RR. Co.— Constniction in prop^. 
ress; no further intbrniation.— General Office. Pitts- 
field, Mass. 

* Taunton Street Ry. Co. operates 4.09 miles 
of road, owns 41 horses. 14 cars, 3 sleighs, 1 ploagb. 1 
water-car and 1 leveller. IHrectortt, Henry G, Reed, A. 
J. Barker. Wm. C. Loveriug, Wm. H. Phillips, Henry 
M. Lovering, P. J. Pcrrin, H. W. Church. Chas. Fiwter, 
N. H. Skinner, S. N. Staples, Tannion, Mass.— Wm C. 
Lovering, Pres.. Geo. C Morse. Supf. , Henry M. Lover- 
ing, Treae., Orville A. Barker, Clerk, Taunton, Mass. 

Union Street Ry. Co. operates 18 miles of roadt 
owns 800 homos and 61 cars. Directors, Wm. W. Crapo, 
Andrew G. i'ierce, J. A. Bcauvais, Chas. H. GilTord, 
Chas. E. Cook, Abbott P. Smith, Samuel C. Hart, New 
Bedford. Mass.; Weston Rowland, Pairhaven. Mas.s.— 
Samuel C. Hart, Pree. cfc Oen. Man., Andrew G. Pierce, 
TrfOJt., A. P. Smith, CferX*.— General 0>fice, New 
Bedford, Mass. 

Waliham and Nenrton Street Ry. Co. op- 
erates 3.33 miles of road, owns 20 horsos, 8 cars, 2 om- 
nibuses, and 3 sleighs. JJirectixre. R. E. Robbins, Bos- 
ton, Mass.; G. E. Alien, West Newton, Mas^s.; G. L. 
Almv. p. Buttrick. C. M. Bodge, H. P. Sheiman, Geo. 
H. Shirley, L. C. Lane, Henry Bond. Walfham.Masa.— 
R. E. Robbins, Pren., Boston, Mase.; Henry Bond, 
Su^t., Treae, A Clerk, Waltham, Mass. 

l¥lunisimmet Street Ry Co. owns 1.956 miles 
of road, which is leased to the Lynn and Boston Street 
Ry. Co. Directors, William R. Pearmain, Chelsea, 
Mass.; Thomas P. Proctor. Kdward Ru^^cll, E. Francis 
Oliver, Boston, Mass.; Edward R. Cogswell, Cam- 
bridge, Ma^H.— William R IVarmam. Pre^., ('helsea, 
Mass.; E. Pram is Oliver, Treat. A Clerk, 13 Tremont 
Row, Boston, Mass. 

♦l¥oroester Street Ry. Co. owns 7 miles of 
road. 142 horses, 2S cars, and 5 trleighs. Directorn, 
O. F. Mellen. Pall River, Mass.; Geo. H. Seeley. 
Nathan Seeley, New York, N. Y.; Geo. McAleer, H. S. 
8e-ley, Worcester. Mass. — Geo. H. Seeley, Pres., 
Natulan Seeley, I'Jrtf./VM., H. S Seeley. Trmn. <fe CUrk, 
J. N. Akarmaa, Gen. SupL, J. Sholos. ifoMf. Car Hep.— 
General Office, Market St., Worcester, Mass. 

STATE OF miOHIGAN. 

Arcadia and Retaey River Train RR. 

Co. owns 6 miles of road. 

Rattle Creek Ry. Co. operates 2 25 mPes of 
road, owns 18 Worses and 5 cars.— A. J. While. Pret., 
H. U. Brown, Vice-PreA. & Treas.. Cha-. E. Thomas, 
Sec., John A. White, /^u/;^— General Office, Battle 
Creek, Mich. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



Bar CUr RB. < 






PTitei 31 ID 

.DdS-ioae-hnrii 



8.D.Uill> , ,. 

Willli, MiH far Rip. - 

Lamed »i , Diiralt, Mich. 

Detrull Tmialt Co. u<td> 1.S7 mllsa of ton. 

•Biaal KBslnaw Slrsel RB. C«. opermUi S.IS 

mllri of rniid. nwni it Iidihi Kod 1i cuTI. Dirtctori, 

, W. J. ButoD, J. B. 

"■ ill.— W. J. Buiton. 

J, Biruiii, Mpf. 4 



nolVwd, I 0. a. Goodrich. Sk.. ite., V. W. Hirrick. TVcai., 
hanu uid D. W, Sharp. 3apt., C. F. llattnvg, .P. A.—Q*st»^t. 
OrriCK, Uliuapolla, Minn. 

•St. Fanl CItT Bv. Co. operatsi BO milsa at 

road, ownt 418 hornci. sBl molo* and 128 can.— Oln«- 

tori'. Thou, l-iwrj, Qni. B. lUtrlp.D, C. Slmiiard.TBwi. 

~ Wilson. Mlnne.polli-, Mlna.—TbonHui Lf- - '^-- 

[>., H. W(l«on, Vta-Ftet.. A. Z ' 






Par. Agl.. Kiiii 






I. Z LevKi 

'u>(. rr. Refi.. Joa. Toinp- 



W. II. Uarl, B. ^agluaw. Ulch.- 
. V. H. Hart. .'^.. -^ - - ' " 
.— OaNKHAi. OFrii 



'<'.',v.'ii'ni,ti.".^:. ±1^.'. 

'iaNKHAi. OFricB, Kaat Ai 

X tVarne aud Blmwoad BR. Co. op- 

. . .. Vliav RH.iiril Kanlfr H. H. (Ii ' 

a. M. Pen 



IVInoma Cllf i 



lathe" 



1. C. H I 



(. Youii 



;. 11. Porn 



ard Kaiitcr. a 



f.. L. Mart 



Blver B(] 

, n-im JSOIi< 

W. b.lkj, be'ti 



i Br. Co. opcniOT A 
I uiid 15 dirr«. Diretton, 
w. Uivid BruuwD, Chia. 

-Jo.. Dallej, 

r. Sk. 4 ..Inl. 7>au., Chu. 



Winona, Minn -B. II. LinElcry Pift.. F. 
Fice-Pres , U. II. Poflrr, "-- • -"-- - ' 
— Gi^EULOrFicI, Wi 

8TATB OP HISSISSIPFI. 

meridian Street BallMrar Co. oporatca i.m 
Dillos of mail, ciwiia e miiisi niid i can. ilw'ora, 
J. J. Simmon. J. L. Handloy. J. S. Solomon. Goo. 8. 
Corort, B V Cmeron. A. A.Dilkhay.R..M.Jloi 



'l Orrici, Meridun,'^! 



_. ...L. Kolhoiihorg, MrrldKa, 

Pra., J. L. llandlaf, Vln-Pm. 

SK., L. Kolhanburg;, TViiu.— 



*Graiid Baplda Blr«et I 

IM I milca or rouu. owni 1« Doraee 
Blcan>andMotn«Ti!hlclea. Dire 
r ir.ifAa a*»....i ibTArSA.. .r II i^ 



■'■PfM..I M. W.-alou,a-i...;,0. 
Bavirr. 3ap{. ± P. A.. D. Ctnph 
B. Hurlhui't. JTiif. Car Bt?.- 



JackaoB Clt* Ballirar Co. »p«rat«4 mllei 
nrroa'l.n~n<4Shanw< and 11 can. -Hiram E. Bmllb. 
Fra . iUiniu-l llop.i-ell, Xtc. * Trea' . Haorj' U. 8mliJi, 



laJU h 



'B and S other ir*. 
'. P-v..., S-r.. mat.. tlc.B.Stl- 
OrricE, Bn lun, St. Loiila, Ho. 
I BR. Co. oueratua 8 mile* of 



KalBtnasoa S 



RalllTHr Co. opera 

man. Vic P«.,. ioho' 
. Tr^O'.. J. W. Boynt 



nimkezon Rallvrnjr Co. n 



)• Si h< 



. Nirn!-. Charlr 



Ch.;ymiiTi, ChM. I'am.mB, Geo. E. Lglihliin. Edward 
Whiiaker. Kobtrt McCalloch, Si. Loiii". M» — CharJca 
Paraona, Pra.. Rohett McCullith, ritf.l'ra.. Ae., 
Treai. A Siipl.-QcimAt. OrricB, SI. Lool», Mo. 

CartliasB CUj Balln-ar <'■"• oparataa «.ll 
mik-a of ron^. own>l3 mulea and 3 car.'.-K. K. Powell. 
Pi'i., 3. A Miichvll, Tniu., J. W. Oronnd, Ste. <t 
S>i0.—iitnKaM.UrrKB. CaTliiai<e, Mo. 

•Caas Avenuo and Pair GrDnnd BB. 
Co. operatea D.E mllea oF lOud, 0Wo9 TH) horan. SO 
miilei and 3« oar. Dineton: J. H Walsh, Edward 
Wnlih. Q. A. Hadlll, Wm, U. Curlia. Jamei [iampber, 
O. A. Fink-lbilrull, 31. Loula, Mo.— J. a. Wal.h. A*«., 
Jamca Campber. "■ - • ~ "■ - ' "' ' "- 



^H/d.— Oencrjl OrrioE. 
Port Huron Slrei 

bucn, Pra.. J. R. Wa^t^-I 
KHiiOrricE, rormuron 
SaKliaw Siraet Bl 



m. Joaepb • 
Br.Co. r 

midea and 



I. Supl.- 



■Citlzeu*' Br- Co. 

woa via hone^. IMI mulea i — 

'rii.. Qw. Kahnfold, Sm. <C Trtaf.. Thi 
'tipl..J.Vock,Miut.CarH>p.—Osr— ' 



mltea ot K 






ad Beaton Hai 

-ji-'c. Boma«7*%i° 



Cltlzeaa' Br Co, operatea 5,5 mllt-a of road, 
owns M boraea, M mulu. aud 10 cara.-~B. f. Hobart, 
Pra.. A, M. LoniwaJI, 3k. <t Tr/at.. V. B. Sinlm, 
aupt.—QCKSKAl, OrFica, SprlugHald. Mo. 

-Clllaena* ntreel BR. Co. op-raiea 9.TJ milM 
or roul. ownaBd mukaond It uri.— C. C. Bumaa, Pnt., 
J. A. Corb^. UK., S A. Walker. Trial.—" ' 



'rand; SI 



H. Joa.j 



Trtif. if Sn 

8TATB OP MINNESOTA. 

It Rail war Co. oiieraUB 8 m)lo> 



■Onliilli Sire 
of road, own* n h' .. 
ton, Samoel IIIII, Thai 

Onli'an. DuUuli. Minn', 
•on, rvx-Pr-f., A. S. 
IIoopcB, Supt. S P. 

■IHIuaeapolla S 



Frederick Avenue BR. Co, 

/Vm., J. A. Corby, A*,, S. A. Walker, Tr/a:, 

Otven. ^upf., J, A. CitIit, Ui.i. J/at.— QaHBH 

riCK. 511 Piancla SI., SI. Joaaph, Mo. 

Grand Avenue Rr- Co, operate 






-Samuel Hill. Phi.. T. P. Wil 
Ch»», 3m. 1* Tnai , T. W. 
A.— QiNiRiL OrricE, Dolnlb, 



•Mora, Thonui Lowrr. Clinton Muniwn. C. O 
idrlch, W. W. Herrlck, E. W. Henick. HiBnaanilla 
n.— Thomai Lowrjr, i'rM.,C. HonUoD, Vict-Frt., 



mile* of 

Ira, M- 

rrclori. C, F. Mora*. J, 8. Kord, Walton H. Holmoa, i!. 
Y. Holmra, Jaa T. thoriiloo, J. L. LoihU'. Uaule] B. 

< Hiilmea, Victor B. Bnek, O. P. Dleklnaoo, Kanaaa City, 
Mo.: C. B. Coltlnc, Boaton, Ma-s.: P. A. Cba»fl, Llaii, 
MflSi.— W. H. Hnlmea, Pra.. B. V. Buck. Flw-ftira, 

I D. B. Holme*, 5«. * AUj/.. O. P. DlckloHJb, Tnat., 
" ~ " ■ ajp/., Knlgbl and Botitecoii,fflij»., Thoa. 



id.. Thoa. 



uCltj, Mo.j. 






\^^'!^- 



POOE'S DIllECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFIcaALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



UanDlhal SIrrct Ry, To. o;ierU» 



llnlititbil. Mu.-U. 
rn, He., lYtat., tic. 



•SAnthorn Rr. Co. nprnts* IS.X nii1«* nf nwd, 
iwni lflShor»r». 118riiilo-«iid*T™r».— E. H, nolciMii. 
F^M.. J. S. Minurj. ■■^■- * Ttna., W, L Jolir»'in, P. , 
.- 4..._j r. L OrricB, Omju SI., 



Xeflemon Avenne Rv, Vo.-X, M. Gl 

Pr>*,. C-bai>. K. Dlcki-un, ,W.. J. Hcalllo. Ol. 
-^EHCHAL OrPii-E, St. Lnuls, Ho. 

Joplln Sireet Railway To, nuFratco B mtln ^'c,, 
- — -■ ~ - ~~' -' ■ --t-.^r. B. f^rveuir. 1rL„' 



Orrici. Jn|>1ln.)«o. 



r. ti Ai/if.— OzNEiui. 



■ Cllr fable Rr> To, rip»nit«B S milet 



Prr:. _, „. _ 

—QiiNin*!. OFricE, Mjiilh aiHl Wiiibln;(ian eu., Kan 
HB City. Ho. 
Kbrub rllr and Wratport !llr«cl RR. 

Co. apcnitcK ATS mllua ur road, ukuk in bomen, SGviin 
and 4 oihiT v.'liicloii. IHnrivr'. C. P, Mnme, J, 8, 
Ford, Walion II. iloliuM. C. V. niiltne*. Jas. F. ThoiH' 
ton. Wm. II. LnrM. D«iii..| B, Ilulmw. Vlr.iorB.KncK, 
Bobl. OUlhJim, Kaaw <;iiT, Mi>.-C. P. Mor-e. ly.t., 
Walion H. HolniM. Hw /V*'.. thiniel B, Ilolmw, Sn. 
*Altv..-M» P. Thornlnn, Tr-ni..C.¥.n<i\mig,a«pl.. 
Knlihl anil Bonlpcon. Kng:. Tho«, J, Fry. Avd.. Tho«. 



or Broailway, 8'rLool«, Mo. '" 

SpiincffleM Railway t'o. Em CIIIkih' Rv. 
o. uT SDrincllrld, Mo. 

TaiT«r GraT« and Larnyette RR. Ca. 

-Cliss. Green, 'ft**.. Jiihii Milinney, See. <f 
Pairlck Sbca. Sapi.-AimtKU. Orrics, 1,810 
^..«'e.. SI. Lonlf, Ho. 
n *Vnlaii Drpot RR. Co. oiH-nle> IS milra of 
Md. owns 37G borec- and » can.-J»liii ScnlliD, TYh., 
:^. M.RwimRn, Vim-Prti.. iu. H Roach, Aiyl.— Gbk- 



Iblrd SI, and Onii<l Ave., Kaiuoii Citj, Mo. 

Kanaaa rityand Roacdale Rj. Co. (owned 
and opernU'd li]- Ihn Mrlropullun Slrci't Ry. Co.J otht- 
■Ua S mllet of tnid. owiim 10 ninle> uid 10 om.— C. P. 



tiexInKloa Xireel RR. €o. nw ralua 1.S milea 
or mad, t>wn< 8 miiles and 1 cara.— W. II. Ewiuu, Jobn 
C. YoDiii; and A. II Lord. Pmjirfcrorj.-OBSIKAi. Or- 

TicI.Leilniclnn. Mn, 
O ■LIndell Street Ry, Co. opcratai 10 mile* nf 
PMd, awni »» h"r«es and B.1 ciirt.— .lobii II, Maion. 
P<¥>,. Oeo. \V. R^iuinhnff. S-r.. fi Tmu.. I. C. Ltewcl- 
lyn, Oen. Supl.—OsmsRi^i. OrpiCK. 3i. Lod1>. Uo. 



::. F. Mor»«, P»<i.. 



. J. MrCnny, Si. 



Uiibit St., SI. I^nnix. Uo. 

Moand rltyRR, To, opi^nleiR milea nf road. 
owu» IM horn-.- iinrt SS caw —John Scnllfn. Pr/t , C. 
M. Si.'aniaii.a)'!;. lE TVriu.— Gemual Orrici, St. Louid, 



*, Uo, 



Union BB. 4'o, open 
«4 mnl'B. K> howf. and 7S 
il. Mornn, 8upl . J.T " " 



nilloHof mad, owni 
-J. S. W»l,b, Pitt., 
0, yiei-Pitt., C. K. 
Jerironi-, J/o*/. Car Rrp.— 
sntb Ave., m. Lonli, Hu. 
■n\w S mtlea or road, owna 



, Bt Joarpb, Ho. 

STATE OF nONTANA, 
Helena Slreet Ry. Co. operate* i n 

nBd,own> IQ bonea and S can. -(.'tiap. W. C 
4va., L. A. Willier, Stc d Tyciu.— Oinbhal I 



A. L. Gnen, .<«.. John Kili', Trtai , Itrd. Socenaun. 
Sapt.—OssKKiL OmcK. BsaLrica, N'uli. 

■ l.lncoln KIrcet By. Co. oii>Tslea 13 milra of 
riftd.oHiiBlflOboraeaandmnleaandiK'CBM.-J.W. Dew- 
•■ert. Prri., C, J. Ererc. Stc. *. Treat., VI. R. Cartnt, 
,Sup<.— OiMiRAI. OFrici, Lincoln, Neb, 

•Ontataa Horse Rr. To. oneratea 14.3 milea ot 
mad. owns £rs bnrai^i, £5 tniilea Rod <] earn. Dirtclon, 
Frank Murphy, Cny C. Bmrou, 8. M. U. Clark. W. W. 
Mar^h, W. A. Smith. Ornnhs, Neh.-Frauk Miirphv, 
7'™,,0nyC, BarUin. llft-Pr/t., J. K. Vnihar. lin;..V,'. 
W. MarHi. Yrwi... W. A, Smlib. ftui-l.. etc.— Qbhkkai. 
Omcz, 1 J04 F.mh.m St., Omaha, iii-b. 

Wyniore and Bine Sprluca Ry. Co. opoi- 

(ihklf. IMrK'or: JobaB.R^mM: Ben, Beyn.ilda, 

i'yniore,Nch.-johnH, H»ynolUj./VM'„H«u Kejnolria; 
Tce-Prtt., R, P, Hejnnld», Jr„ Sec . Treiii. * /', A., 
nenb Baanian Shp(. * Hatl. Tr. it Car Pep.—QxK- 



Peoplr'a City Railway Co. SeeCltlzenB' 
Co. or Spiini^eid. Mo. 

•aU IionlB RII. Co.—C. Peper. Prft., F 
Jiinnlnsii, &,■, ,fc Treai.-dF.scB^L Orrioa, Bt. L< 
Mo, 

M. I.anla Table and Wei 
operated it raliivar ro^,u%rns40 ca 

" — ■■ " ' ' — "- • "•- -u.—atiiatALOm 



iiclori. Oeortre Fcrrald, Howard A. Dodge, ae<irte D, 
1 -imming, Frunk W, Holt. Ccmcgrd, N, II ; Paul R. 
ilnldtir, V. Concord. N. U.: J, C, I'uraon. Pcnocook, 
_ __ _ _ ■ - ., K. C. 

n, Jfcul. 



. S. H.— HOBfH Hnmpbny, /"tm., .l-pl. .f P . 
Hoag, &e.,H, J. Cripptn, jyTni-., B. F. Shcrbo 
/v. ftrv.-OssEiLU.0rncK, Concord, N. U. 



Iierslea S.6 mllPB or 



900 bor.e- 1 

jSrM.,'R B JemiitiKi. Sec^'i Tnat.- 
8t. LouIb. Uo, 

RB. Co, opente* S mIlea of 



B.C«. 



Dover Hnrae BB, Co. 

v. J. Smltb, 3ec.. Harrteoa Hniey,' Tno. 
;irrici, Dovar. ». U. 
Lavonla and l.al[eTIIlBce Hon 

ipentes 1. 14 mllee ot road, owna Sn hni>«, 

> other TebldoB. Dindon. Albert G. Ful>i>ni, CbarlB* 
h. Buaiel. SylvealerS, Wlnln,J, P, lluii'hlDBOD. Sam- 
lelB. Smith, Daniel A. Tilion.lAConU.N. 11.; ftamnel 
:; Clark. Lake Village, N. H -Albert O, Fnleom, 
PW..J. P. Hntchlnaoii. 3e>^, Edmnud l.lllle. rrmtt., 
a. B. KenletoD, JfoM.— GuiiBaLOrpicE|Laconka,N.B. 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



nancta«*t*r Horai 

mileiolroad. owna 41 taoi 
Ssmnel N. Bell, Fred. 8m; 



BB. Co. opontM S.7I 



lioblnwm, Edward Tan HonUn, E. T. Bell. B. Ko- 
malne.PatorKin.N.J.; Win. O. lieDowell. New Ynrlt, 
N. Y.-Oarrel PJanUr, Prti.. G.A. Hobait. Fice-Fm., 
A. A. Wilcox. Sic., V- Ronnlnt. Tretu. i H .l.-M. 
PfKiKTsw. Supl., tte.— Qriiitul Orricii, tl Biondwa;, 



Z'ti. S!" ' 



■kiia *trevt Br. Gs, onrrttc* t mMrit of 
nii'Da n honva ■n't t cara.-J, A. Spalding, 
B. t). Barnes, *c , Ir« F. H»n-i", 7>«i . Q. K. 

ward. Pur. Ait. * Supl. -Gtszaj^x. O»Fi0i. 

Urn St , Kaahut, N. H. 

STAXR OF NEW JERSBV. 

lanllc Cllj Bt. Co.— Fira Barllolt, Sac., W. 

irtleic, 7>«u.— QENEBAi. OmcE, AUaullc CilT, 



Paleran 

mll«> at roan, m 
John N. Terhoni 

Sherwood. Bjien 
hnwe T. Elna. 
Pi'i.. E, S. Bro« 



M Itonai and 10 ri 



Camden and Atlantic fllrerl 

eralH S.K mllai or nnd. ono) 100 mnli 
M-m. L. Elklni, nv>., Wm. J. Seosll, 1 
Zlmmarman, Stc, W. Tsylor. ?>■««.. W 



nr. Co. 

9 and 18 ui 
m. N. Bann 



., AmbroM T. King, />.-■. ^g(„ n/c- 
9 Flnl National ^K Bnlldtng, Pat- 

nla Ferrjr Br. Co, operates 3 S mile* of 



no«, Camd™, N. J.; benrj HcKeen, Jr., 1 
—Thomas A. Wilson, Prfi.. Wlllinr F. Rase, 
llnod, Trtoi. A ^uM.—OiNiiui. OrvicE, 1,1 
Ave . Camden. H, J, 

•CHr Ballwar ««■ openUSi 
owns TOhorwa. Smules and It cars. 



I Phil II pub umh HoFH Bt. r«. operates SIS 
. I mileii of road, owns IS horjes and 4 cra.-Danlal 
Rinikle, Prii., .lames W. Loni. Ac. A IVvw.— QSH- 
r EHiT. Orrrci, Fbilllpebnrgb, N. i. 
' •Trenton florae BR. €o, operates 4 mlie* of 

' rrtiul nwn4 AILhniw^A snil ]l» rnrA — l.ewiaPerrlne, JV^., 

.a S. Monla, 









n. Wm. n. Skirm, H. B. Howell, Cba». 



DiTfrtori. Adam 



—n^Atii! u&K'ii, rirM., ■> ju. u. oitii uj. Vief^PrtM, A P. 

* , H. B, Howell. 3a.. Chas, T, Barnford, Treat.. L. 
I. Creeee. MomI. Tr. A Car flm.— Oenehu. Orrici. 
lOr. From and Green SU.. Trenton, N. J. 
•Cape Mar and 8chellenBer>a Landlns 



t BB. Co. < 

nd S cars.- 
1. V\ct-Pm 



Wbnrton. Pre,.. Thoe, H. 

- -,,,.., 8e!fridi[e.*^.,K.H.Tay. 

lor. Supt. -QmTajA. Orrioa. Cape flajr, N. J. 
Ellsabrtli and Newark Horee BB. Co, 

J«'ohDaTi«. A«. (t TreMrJobnT-'prlchard ™* 
^up/.-OBHEHtLOrnciE, »1 Broad St.. Eilmlwth, N. J. 

•KMrx Pail Bj. Co, operates 81 mllea of road, 
rwn- TO! bor»e» »od Iffl can. -a. 8. Batllii, Prn.. F. T. 
KIrk. S"i. A T-'-i; H, K, Totteii. Si«rf.— OlBEiii. 
Ofpicb. 781 Broad 8t.,NewBrlt, N.J. 

■JeraerCltrand BerK'u BR. Co, operMe* , 
!1 h.lle> orrood,' wns 491 aor?<;a and 7» urs.-C^as. B. ' 
Thurslon. Pivi., Wm, K^enev, Via-Prn.. W>rn.n n 
Dcnnia. ,»k,. C. B. Place, fn'ii.. Thomus M 
Sitpl.-OMSttiii. Ornct, 1 Eiebiago Pli 
City. N, J. 

Kenarh and Bloomfleld BB, C 
Battln. Pra.. W,L, Mulford, 



STATS OF NBW TOHK. 

Albanr Bj. Co. operates 19.925 mllee of load, 

oH'iie :»! borse* and M can. Blfriori. A B. Bank*, 

T. J. Cowell. Hicbael Deleliantj, William n, Johnson, 

Prujn, Joseph" T°1llee? S, W' Rn'fendalp, 'phllip Tea 

l^mlani P,"pre"tlce, 'New YmkrN,' Y.— J^V.n' W^ 
McNamara, Prti.. 7rfiu. A ShjU., Hubert C, Prayn, 
Vki-Pra.. James H, Uannin;, Src.. Wm, W, DcddId, 
CaiMer. S. S. Fssnelt, Aat. Supl.. J, X Murphj. Ae- 
eotmlant, Wm, Walsh, Afar'. Tr. Xfp.. John Kenn-dy, 
Hail. Car Sep., Wm, FInipin. Sup'. <^ StaNa.-Qni- 
EHA!. Ownct, 8 North Pearl St., Albany, N, Y. 

AmfetCTdam Street RB, ro.owne I.SJG milei 
nfroad. lOhoraes, Scamandiolberiehlelea, learcd M 
and operated hr James B, Bnril. Dirtclon, Heprr 
Herricli, TlaTld Cady, L, L, Gardiner, Da»ld W. 
Shaler, Martin L, Bloter, James H, Bronson, Stephen 
flandfcitd, 0«»r F. Kelenn, Willis Wendell, Gardiner 









Read, Jan 



LfftoQ KB, Co, opcratea 

_ . iTortee and »! r*™,— 8. 8, 
Biittin, Prti.. W, L, MiiKoid. S«„ H. F, Totien, 8<tiA. 
— Genbr*!. Orrici. 786 Broad Si,. Newark, N, J, 
Newark^ ftoiitb Oranxet Ferrf 8tr*ei 



ne . Jin 



t Place BB. Co. ot 



nnd Haniit___ 

of mad. owns SS honsea and 3T can, , 

Pru., rredorlck Aduu, Via Pi v., Andrew Railei, Sie., 
Joseph Craqiil. Treat.. Andrew RadeJ. Kujil. A P. A.— 
Oemebal Omci, South Orange Ara. and Sonth Nine- 
leenlh St., Newark, N. J, 

'North HDdeon Conailr Br, Ca, operate* 
11,75 miles of horse and IX mile* of elevated road. 



H, Bonn, Pm 


F. J, Mallorr 
I, Supt.—Qai 


Ste.. T. Hltbel Trmt., 
.BAL Orrici, Hobokeo, 


Orance and Newark BR. Co. ope 


'sbS: 


,.£"ss„%'zjfai„%rsx 


a miles or 
t. John H. 



ad, having an ag^^te mlleajre ol 

Brootlrn. to Jamaica, L, 1,, 1" leejed lo 
KB, Co, ltiilsooiknse3flhnnes,3^Ici 
vehlclea, Z«rKWr«. William Klchardac 
Bchroeder, Newhery H. Frott, Wm, A 
Soydam. Ben]*mln>, Tracy, Samnel 1 

il.Tllrby, Honry Meyer, William P. Ke , ..., 

Storrf, John O Jenkins, W. J, Hlfhardson. Brooklyn. 
N, Y.— Wm, Richardson, Pra.. Wm, J, Rlohardron, 
a-c, M.K, Frott. 7"rra«.— Geheivai, Orricc, Atlanlle 
and Third Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Auburn Cltr BB,— Sarcesaor to the East Ota. 
Lake RR. Cob, No Inlormalion furnished. 

Auburn and Owaaro Lake KB. Co. See 
Aubnrp City Hy. 

Babrlon BB. Co. operates 1.58 miles of road, 
owns 3 iiorsss, % paCKcnaer and I freiphl car, ZHrte- 
lOrs.David H. S, Bammls. John B, Held, Joseph H. Snm- 
mis, Washington F, Norton, Edward u! Sammls, 
Babylon, l.,l.; Edward Dodd, Brooklyn. N. Y.—W. F. 
Norton. Pra., Joseph M. Eammis. !iec,. J, R, Reld, 
Treai., Dnvid S, 8. Sammls, Sujrf,— Qehibii. Offici, 
Bahjlon, N, Y. 

BlUKhamton and Port DIcklneon RIt> 



■J t, ISM, in N, L, 0«h 



UcdeD, a. A, Sheldon, Geo, Gee, Binihamlon, N. T.- 
Harrer Wentcoti, Pra., O. M. ll»rtta,a«,. *. Tiiai 



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250 POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



N. L Osborne, 5f/u/.— Gkniral Office, 112 State St., 
Bloghainton, N. Y. 

Blncbaniton Central RB. Co. (not in op- 
eration) uwtis 8.783 miles of road. 8 hor»c«, 3 putf-scnjifr 
and 3 freight curt*. M;^r^onr, Alonzo Evartt«, Chas. M. 
Stone, S. M. Ely, James B. Weed. Luke Doolittle, Chae. 
J. Bartlett Wartion A. Heath. Geo. A Kent, Michael J. 
McKaize, Gen. L. (VandalK Cliaii. O. Root, NeliMtn Stow, 
H. J. KiK'uland, Binirhnmt'm, N. Y.— G. L. Cruudull. 
Pre*., NclHon Stow, .Si*pf., C. O. Root, Sec, H. .1. Knee- 
land. ^lca^r.— Gi.NEKAL OrFiCB,65 Court St., Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 

Rleecker 8tree*and FuUoii Ferrjr BR. 

Co. owns 4.5 miles ot" road, leaded for 9[) years fnim 
January 10. 1876. to the Twenty-third Street Ry. Co. 
Directors, J Acob Sharp. Lewi?* Miiy, Isaac Il«'ndrix, John 
Downey. Thoma<* B. Kerr, UemlcrHou Moore, .lo«.eph 
Jacobs, John H. Selme;*, John M. Harlow. M. M. White, 
Alex. E. Kurahoedt, \Vm. Menzle, New York, N. Y.— 
Jacob Sharp, Pr^ti., T. H. McLean, TreoM. d- Ser..— 
General Office, G;tl West Twouty-third St., New 
York, N. Y. 

Broadwrajr aad Bonrerjr Bajr BR. Co. 

owns 3.70 miles of road, which in leaded for 50 years, 
from July -2. 18S3, to the Steinway and Hunter's Point 
RR. Co. Dirfi-'orH, Philip Burkard, Lon-: I.-Iand City, 
N. Y.; J. II. Hempstead, Yonkcr:«, N. Y.: Oscar ft. 
Steins. Henry D. Low, Theo<loro Koven, Ft-lix Krae- 
mer, Naimm Sterson, New York, N. Y".— Philip Burk- 
ard, Prea.^ J. H. Hempstead. Sec. & /Wa«.— Gekeual 
Office, Stein\i-ay Hall, N. Y. 

*Broadiiraf BB. Co. (Brooklyn) owns and op- 
erates 11.U!'5 miles of road, owns 741 horsps, 1 dummy 
engine, 199 cars and 21 other vehicles. Dlrectorn, Ed- 
win Beers, S. L. Hunted. William H. Husted. Samuel 
M. Meeker, Frederick Cromwell, Eckford Webb, Wm. 
M. Ingraham. William P. Garrison, John G. Jeiikini, 
Peter Wyckoff, George L. Fox, Wm. H. Male, Brooklyn, 
N. Y.; John C. Furraan, New York, N. Y.— Edwin 
Beers. Pree., Robert Sealy, Scr. <t TreaM., Joshua CYan- 
dall, S'Wf., Robert Wal^h. Aftut. 7V. Bep. John Field. 
Mail, (fir liep.—GssERjLL Office, 21 Broadway, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 

*Broadiiray and 8eveiitli ATcnoe BB* 

Co. owns a.ai miles and leases the Broadway Surface 
RR., 2.51 miles— total miies operated. 10.S3 ; owns 
S.d4'i horrtes and 227 cari*. DirectorA^ John H. Murphy, 
John J. Bradley, Chas. Banks. Wm. B. Dintiinore. Ber- 
nard M. Ewing, ChuH F. Frothiiigham, Sol. Mehrback, 
TdOB. J O'Donohue. W. H. Rockwell, Tho««. F. Ryan, 
Henry Tliomi)i»ou, New Y'tirk. N. Y.; Wm. L Elkin>«, 
Peter A. B. Widcuer, Philudelphii, Pa.— Henry Thomp- 
son. P/v*., Thom;is F. Ryan, Src. €^ Tn^a*., Henry A. 
Newdl. Supt.—QzszRKV. Office, 761 Seventh Ave., 
Now\rork,N.Y 

Brooklyn, BasKivIck and <|aeeNS 
Coanty BR. Co. operates 11 milen of roii<l, owns 
211 hordes, 49 cars aiui 6 0'h<!r vehicleei. Dlrt^tority 
David W. Biniis. Brooklyn, N. Y.; C. B. Cottrell, E. H. 
Cottrell. Rhode Ii*laud, bt.; Walter Jones, We-t Troy, 
N. Y. : Geo. W. Van Allen, Wm. H. Van Allen, Wm. 
B. Wait, New Y'ork. N. Y.-G.'O. W. V.in Allen, /Vw., 
Wm. B. Walt, Sec , C. B. Cottrell. 7Wa«.,Cha8. E. Har- 
ris. 5m/>/.— General Office, Bu»hwick, L. 1., N. Y. 

'Brooklyn City BB. <-o. o[>crat''s 41 miles 
(double track) of road.owns 3,176 horses. »;)»} cars and 18 
dummy engines. Direcfont, 8(»ymour L. HustiHi. Jtmies 
How. Alexander Siiidwell. Wm. H. Husted. Crowell 
Hadden. Frank Lvman, Wm. H. Hazzard. Daniel h. 
Lewis, JEdwiu Packard. Brooklyn, N. Y.; Geo. N. Cur- 
tis, John C. Barron, New York, N. Y.; Gt o. W. Ber- 
pen Freeport,L. I. — D. F. IvCwis,Pr<?^., Wm. M. Thotiian, 
Vioe-Pres., H. M. Thomp!»on, Stc., F. E. Wrigley, ^1**^. 
Sec, Crowell Hadden. 7^/*tfa«.— General Office, 10 
Fulton St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

•Brooklyn CUf and If ewtourn BB. Co« 

operates 12.65 miles of road, owns 400 horse* and VM 
car-*. Dirfrtorn, Louis Fitzgerald. H'y B. Hyde. Alfred 
Waustaff. New York. N. Y.; John N. Partridgi'. John C 
Jacobs, Brooklyn, N. Y.; E. L. Montgomery, Eugene T. 
Lynch. Flushing. L. L— John Partridge, Pre*., Henry 
B. Hyde, V\c*>-Prejt., Duncan B. Cannon, Trexe. <{• Sec., 
John L. Heins. Snf,t., Pur AffL, <»^t.— General Office, 
cor. DeKalb and Central Avcs.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brooklyn Crosfttoiirn BB. Co. operates 
10.028 mile« of road, owns 413 hordes and 72 cars. Dlr^r^ 
'-**, Henry W. Slocum, Ezra B. TutUe, Ueury W. 



8Iocnm, Jr., Horace M. Warren, Wm. Marshall. John 
G. Jenkins. Martin Joo-t, Brooklyn, N. Y.— H. W. Slo- 
cum, Pre»., K. B. Tuttle, V%ceFre4., Martin Joost. See.^ 
J. R. Conner, Treae.. D. W. Sullivan. aen.Su^.—QKS' 
BBAL Office, .^85 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

*Bufl*alo Street BB. Co. opfrates B.81 miles of 
road, owuM 510 horr>c's and Oti caro. Directors, Henry M. 
Watson. Pascal P. Pratt, Elbrldire G. Spaalding, Gib- 
son T. Williams, Samuel S. Spauldiiig. Buffalo, N. Y.— 
Henry M. Watson, Pre^t., Wm. H. Watson, TVecv.. 
Sainn*'l 8. Sp-iuldini:, Sec, Mars^den Davey, Kng.^ Kd- 
ward Edwards, ^'/»^— General Office, 346 Main St., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

*BHiralo Bast Side Street BB* Co. op- 
erates 32.362 miles of road, owns 301 hormes and 59 cars. 
IHr^rt^yre, Samuel S. Spauldinu', Joseph Churchyard, 
Elbridse (*. Spaiildiiiig, Henry M. Watson, Porter Nor- 
ton, HiiflTalo, N. Y.— iSmuel S. Spaulding, Pres.. Wm. 
H. Watson, TreoA., Henrv M. Watson, Sec^ Maredeu 
Davey, Ert't., E<lwnrd Edwardt*. ^^u^^^— Genbrai< Of- 
FiCK, 34t5 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

*Bnfiliivlek BB. Co. operates 11.75 miles (doa- 
ble track) of road, owns 65U hoi ses, 187 car;* and 9 steam 
motors. Direvtorn, Wm. H. Husted, Edwin Be<;nii, 
Frederic Cromwell. A. M. Bllr^s. Chas. S. Husted, John 
Cashow, William H. M>ile, Edwin W. Ivins, Brooklyn. 
N. Y.: S. L. Uust.d, Jr.. N.w York. N. Y.-W. H. 
Huted. i»/^*., S. D. H.illowell. S^c. S Tretu.. W..N. 
Morrison. 5fiD^— Gkneral Office, 22 Broadway, 
Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y". 

Calvary C«>nietery9 Oreenpolnt and 

Bro«>kl)rn BB. Vo, <iperaies 3.5 milex of road, 
owns 22 horoes and 8 cars. D'rertor/i, Wni. II. Ray, 
Patrick Haves, E. D. Norrls, John R Thompson, Wm. 
H. Ellsworth, Brooklyn, N. Y".; ('has H. lleed. New 
York, N.Y.; Jam.js B. McKewaii. Oia ge, N. J — W. H. 
Ray, Pre^., J. B. McKewan. Trt'i*., J. K. Hu'laon. 
^«/».'.— Gkneral Office, 247 Greeupoint Ave., Grten- 
point, N Y. 

Central City By. Co.- operates 2.78 milos of 
road, owns 42 horses, 1*2 cara and 4 other vehicles. 
JHrectore, Daniel Pratt^ Jonathan O. Cliat^), Fred. 8. 
Wicks, James Barnes. Syracuse, N. Y.; Henry T. Webb, 
Skaneateles. N. Y.— Daniel Pratt, Pres.. J. C. Chase, 
Vice^Prt;*., James Barne.'*, Treae. A Sec, George Cramp- 
ton, Supt —General Office, Syracuse, N.Y. 

^Central Croawtown BB. Co. operates 2.40 
miles of roid, own^ 2rJ horses and 15 cars. Ditectort^ 
Chas. B. Webster, Addison C-ammack. J(»hn L. Macaa- 
lay, Geo S. Hart. Wm. R. Traver-, Rowland N. Hazard, 
Homer A. Nelson, E. B. Hart, Emery M. Van Tasaell, 
Milton J. Ma*son, New Y'ork, N. Y.- - George S. Hart, 
P e*., Addicon Cammack, Vice-Pre*., M.J. Massou. Sec. 
(f! T'rvcM.— General Office, 365 Avenue A, New York, 
N. Y. 

^ '*<7entral Park, North and Baat BIwer 
BB. Co. operate^ 19.16 mil«;s of road, owns 1,198 
hori*cs, 161 pMKst'iiger and 1 sand car. Dlreetore., G H. 
Scrihner. C. D. Wyman. Yonkers, N. Y ; A. B. Cornell. 
\. J. Vand>:rpo<'l. David Dows, Heher R. Bishop, 
Charles Dana, George S. Hart, Thomas Hillhouse, 
Thomas C. Acuui, New York, N. Y.; Henry W. Smith, 
Oi-angn, N. J.: John T. Terry. Irvington, N. Y.; H. K. 
Sheldon. Brooklvn. N. Y.-O. H. Scrlbncr, Pres., I. L. 
Valenriiie, Sw. <4 Trc^*., W. N. A. Harris, Sunt.— Qmn- 
iRAL Office, 790 Tenth Ave., New York, N.Y. 

ClirlMtoplier and Tenth Streets BB* Co* 

op-rates 5 miles of road, owns 299 horses and 47 cars. 
Diri'cUjrs, Jacob Sharp, James A. Richmond. Lonls JDe 
Bebian, John Downey. Arthur Leary, Isaac V. Brokaw, 
Geo. N. Curtis, New York, N. Y.; W. T Hatch. Charles 
Phelps, Martin Joost, Elins Lewis. Jr., George II. Pren- 
tiss. W. H. Hazzard, Brooklyn, N. Y.— Jacob Sharp, 
Pre/f., W. T. Hatch, Sec. <ft ^-a*., George W. Linch. 
.Vv»^~Gbneral Office, 168 Christopher St., New 
York, N. Y. 

City BB. Co. (Binghamttm) operates 1 mile ol 
roatl. owns 5 horxes and 2 cars. Dirtcfork, Alonzo C. 
Matthews, Rosell H. Mea^lcy. D. 8. Ulchard|S Joseph 
P. Noyes, Edward A. MatthewH, Ctiarles A. Whitney, 
Geo. A. Kent, Cha«. Davi.x. Binghamton. N. Y.— R. H. 
Meagley, Pres., Wm. Whitney, 6''/7>^— General Of- 
fice, 216 Fnmt St., Binghamton, N. Y. 

City BB. Co. or PoiiQTlikeepale operates 4 
miles of road, own** 39 horsct*. 11 csn* and 2 other 
vehicle^. Directors, G«m) B. Adri-^nce. Hnd^on Taylor, 
A. B. Smith, J. 1. Piatt, J. P. U. Talman, R. Ken- 



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worthy, H. A. Nelson, Win. Reynoldn, E. White, 
Pnu£;iikeep8ie, N. Y.— O. B. Adiinnce. Pres.^ H. Taylor, 
rii't'-Preg. <ft Tneu., A. B. Smith, Sec. C. M. Davis, 
fil'ipt. tf P. ^.— Genkbal OpricjB, 491 Maiii St., Pongh- 

keep^le, N. Y. 

Coney Island and Brookljrn RR* €o. op- 

eratCH 11.6 miles of roud, owns 844 horses and 101 cars 
Dir^rtors, D. S. Amott. David B. Bflylin, L. Barling, 
M Chauncey, S. II. Herriman. Wm. Johnston, Jas. 
Jourdan, Wm. Marshall, Geo. W. Chauncey, John 8. 
Klliri. E'iinnnd Tiln8, E. J Dftnlson. Brooklyn, N. Y.— 
Jame^ Jourdan, /Vw., Geo. W. Chauncey, 7ViMi#., Ed. 
F Drayton, Sec., Wm. Farrell, {I'm©/.— General Omcs, 
cor. Smith and Huntington Sts., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Coney Inland, Sheepiibead IBay and 
Ocean Avenne Rt. €o.— 1.39 miles of road, 
owned by Andrew McClunnan, who purchased It at 
foreclosure sale in 1883. Operations 8U!<i>end«'d.— An- 
drew McClennan, Prts , Daniel Moiiie. Vict-Prts.^ H. 
Van Valk*>nburir, 8ec.^ Jamen Caiary. 7>ea«.— Qensbal 
Office, 16 Red Hook Lane, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cortland and Homer RR. Co.— projected to 
nin from U., 1. & K depot. Cortlaud to Homer. 4 mile;), 
with branch of 13.100 miles, of which 8.90 miles are 
completed and in operation, owns 16 horses, cars and 
3 other vehicles. DirectorM^ Cbas. H. Garrison, Troy, 
N. Y.: K. H. Duell. C. P. Wal/ad, 8. E. Welch, R. T. 
PtM'k, B. A. Fish. J. D. Schemerhom, L. H. McGraw, 
Ebin Mudge. L. D. Garrison, Cortland, N. Y.; Wm. N. 
Brockway, Franklin Pierce. Homer. N. Y".— Chas. H. 
G«rrii»oii. fy«r., Kbin Mudge, Vic4-Pr€8.. 8. E. Welch, 
S^c. d: Treof., B. B Terrv, iS^up/.— General OrriOE, 
2;j North Main St., Cortland, N. Y. 

*Dry Dock) East Broadway and Battery 

RR. Co. operates 18.67 milc« and leases 4.07 miles of 
roud, owns 1,096 horses and 183 cars. Direclois, Wm. 
White, Richard Kelly, Chas. Cnrti«s, John M. Scribner, 
John Lowry, John Bryne*, John T. Hoffmire, Jameson 
D. Kiiching, New York, N.Y.; Wm. Rlchnrdson, Peter 
J. Thome, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Henry A. Morgan, N. L. 
Zabrisfkie. Aurora, N. Y.; Chas A. Hotchki-iH, Bridge- 
port, Conn.— Wm. White, Pre*., Hichard Kelly, See. <t 
Treats., E. T. Landon, And., Fred. P. White, Supt. dt 
P. A., C. E. Garey, Mast. Car fftfi).— General Office, 
t)05 Grand St., New York, N. Y. 

Duieli Kills and Haoter^M Point RR. 

Co. operates 3 miles of road.— P. J. Gleaaon, Pnt.^ 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

Dunkirk and Predonia RR. Co. operates 
3.&0 miles of road, owns 9 horses, 6 cars and 4 otner ye- 
hicies. DirfHora^ W. McRinstry, Goo. Barker, Milton 
M. Fcnner, H. C. Lake. Fredonia. N. Y.; Frank May, 
Dunkirk, N Y.— W. McKlni^try, Prte., Milton M. Fen- 
ner, Sec. <k Treas.. Z. B. Wheelock, 5(<p/.— General 
Office, Fredonia, N. Y. 

Ea«t Oeneaee and Se^rard ATenne RR. 

Co. See Auburn City Ry. 

*EI|;1itiE Avenue RR. Co. operates SO miles of 
road, owns 1,131 horses and 135 cars. Director e. George 
Law, Jr., Wm. H. Hays, Jacob Hays, Joseph H. Qwi- 
win. Htman B. Wilson. Edward St. J. Hays. Joseph J. 
O'Donohne, James T. Closson, New York, N. Y. ; Ste- 
phen H. Herriman, Win. Rave'*teyn. Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Ja^. Affleck, Jas. G. Affleck. Yonkcri, N. x. ; G. G. 
Wright, Cambridge, N.Y.— Wm. H. Hays, Pree., Jas. 
Affleck, .Sa;. cf Trfoe.^ H. B. Wilton, <Vu/if.— Genkbal 
Office, Eighth Ave., cor. Fiftieth St., New York, N. Y. 

Elmlra and Horsebeada RR. Co* operates 
9.64 miles of road, owns 35 horses and 18 cars. DirteC- 
o^/i, Alexander 8. DIven. Geo. M. Diven, John M. Diven. 
(»^o. W. hoflfman. Robert T. Turner. Henry C. Sllsbee, 
Elmira, N. Y.— tJeo. M. Diven, Pr^s. dt TYecu., Geo. W. 
Hoffman, ^^ice-Pre»,^ B. F. Jennings, ^^^f.—iiENXRAL 
Office, 213 East Water St., Elmira. N. x. 

Piah l¥ard RR. Co. owns 2.66 miles of road, 
42 horses and 10 cars. Direrfort, P. B. Bravton, O. C. 
Potter, Jno. D. Gray, M. C. Merriman, Frank Hiscock, 
Jno. Stolp, Syracuce, N. Y.— P. B. Bray ton. Pres.. O. C. 
Potter, Sec. A Trea*.^ Hugh Pummell, /^vp^— Obnsbal 
Office, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Porty-aeeond Street and Grand Street 
Perry RR* Co. operates 6.18 miles of road, owns 
484 horses. 56 cars and 15 other vehicles. Directont^ 
Charles Cortiss, John Green. M. Feachtwangle, Chas. 
B. Hogg, Joi. Rosenthal, R. J. Jacobs, Henry A. HorU 



bnt. Geo. A. Helnrlck. A. H. Fenchtwangle.New York, 
N. Y.; George G. Mitchell, Jersey City, N. J.; Eben •*. 
Allen. Larchmont,N.Y.; Robt. Pettigrew, Lyndonvllle, 
Vt.; F. H. Smith. Brooklyn. N. Y.— Charles Cnrtiss, 
Pre».^ John M. Calhoun, Supt.. Eben 8. Allen, Sec. S 
TVeo^.— Gkneral Ofpice, 658 Wei«t Forty-second St., 
New York, N. Y. 

Portyaeeond Street^ UlanbattanTille 
and St. Nlcliolaa Avenue Ry. Co. operates 15 
miles or road, owns 570 horse* and 105 cars. THrecforty 
Arthur Leary, Alfred Wagntaff, D. D. Conover, John 
S. Foster. John B. Dutcher. Alfred Scitt, Henry Steers, 
John Whalen, Jacob Fleiscnhancr, Chas. Phelps, James 
Matthewti. Warren Conover, Chas. F. Naethmg. New 
York, N. Y.- -Daniel D. Conover. /Ve*., John 8. Foster, 
Viee-Pree.. John P. Roberts, See. <ft Trt-a*.^ Jas. A. 
Bonnell, Oen. ^;)<.— General OrricE, 118 East Forty- 
second St., New York, N. Y. 

Prankfort and lllon RR. Co. operates S 63 
mile* of road, owum 6 hort*eH and 5 cars. IHrector$s A. 

C. McGowan, W. W. Crosby. J. L. Hoard, P. A. Skiff, 
Frankfort, N. Y.; James Oonkling, B. Havlland, Henry 
G. Whitnev. Phil. Osgood, A. K. Brooke, Chai«. E. Pettie, 
John A. Gibbin. John J. Hannah^, P. A. Skiff, Ilion, 
N. Y —A. C. McGowan, /Vm., John J.Hannahs, Sttpi., 
John A. Gibbin, Sec. it TVvaf.— General Office, liion, 
N. Y 

Geneaee and UTater Street Ry. Co. operates 
5 miles of road, owns 88 hornes, 11 can* and 8 snow, 
ploughs. Directf*r$^ Geo. P. Comstock, Wm. T. Ham- 
ilton, Wm. E. Rose, W. H. H. Smith. W. B. Abbott, 
Nathan C'>bt), Chester Hair, Daniel P. Wood, S. M. 
Rn^t, E. W. Lf'aven worth, Jacob Crouse, Syracuse, 
N. Y — R. G. Wynkoop. Pre».. G. J. Gardner, S^c. A 
Tnae.. Wm. J. Hart, i^upf.— General OrFiot, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Glena Pall«, Sandy Hill and Pt. Edward 

RR. Co, oiM>rateH 6.63 mlk^sof road. Director*^ J. D. 
Haines, D. 8. Haines. C. D. Haines, A. G. Haines, A. H. 
Morris*, Glens Falls. N. Y.: 8. D. Lake. H. McGonegal, 
Rochester, N. Y.— J. D. Haines, Pre*., D. 8. Haines. 
Vice-Pre*., H. McGonegal, /S>tf. <f Trewf., H. A. Ste- 
phens, Supt. <fe Pur Agt., C. W. Eastwood, Ma*t. Tr. 
(£ Car ^«p— General OrriCE, Glens Falle>, N. Y. 

Grand Street and Newtoivn RR. Co. oper- 
ates 8.2.5 miles of road, owns S50 horses, 72 cars and 8 
other vehicles. Directore. Martin Joost, Edmund 
Driggs, 8. M. Meeker, Jas. Hall. A. M. Kalbfleich,Wm. 
E. Horwill, Eckford Webb, John G. Jenkins, Peter 
Wyckoff. A. G McDonald, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; Wm. 
Brookdeld. New York. N. Y.— Martin Joost, Pres., Ed- 
nmnd Driggs, Viee-Prea., Wm. E. Horwill, Sec. <ft Treae.^ 
Waller G. Howey, Sunt., Pur. Apt.. «to.— General 
Office, 804 Kent Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Grand Street, froapeet Park and Plat- 
bush Street Ry. Co. operates 5.75 miles of road, 
owns 210 horses and 75 cars Sold under foreclosure of 
second mortgage, April 27. 1887. Director*, Louis Fitz- 

Serald. Henry Day, Alfred Wngutafr. New York, N. Y. ; 
ohn N. Partridge, John C. Jacobs, Thos. Ennis, Daniel 
Nortbrup, Brooklyn, N. Y.— John N. Partridge. IVc*., 

D. B. Cannon, Sec.^ Charles Crelfelds, 7V«a«., John L. 
Heins, Supt.yPur. Agt., «/<;.— General Office, Frank- 
lin Ave. and Prospect Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Greenpolnt and Lorimer Street RR.Co. 

Leased to the New Willlamsbursh and Flatbnsh RR. 
Co.— Geo. H. Van Allen, Pre9., C. B. Cattrell, Treae.^ 
Wm. B. Wait, See,, Cba^. B. Harris, iSi/p/.— General 
Office, cor. Nostrand and Park Aves., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

^Harlem Bridge, Morrlaanla and Pord- 

bam RR* Co* operates 6.5 miles of road, owns 80T 
horses and 65 cars. Diieetore, Henry Spratley, Wm. 
Cauldwell, Wm. Remsen, Matthew B. Wynkoop. Hor- 
ace P. Whitnev, Jr.. Henry Hart. G. N Whitney, Edwin 
Bedell. ElHah Whitney. Albert B. Whitney, New York ; 
John J. Hallenbeck. Montclair, N. J., P. T. Barnum, 
Bridgeport, Conn.— Henry Spratley, Pree.. Wm. Cauld- 
well, See. d TVmw.— General Office, New York, N. Y. 

Herkimer and REohawk RR. Co. operates 
1.80 miles of road, owns 1 freight and 8 pa!*senger cars. 
Direetore. J. M. Ansman. E. W. Bronson, J. V. Quacken- 
bush, H. D. Alexander. Mohawk, N. Y.; C. Beckwith, 
Jacob Small, Henry McNeal. Herkimer, N. Y.- J. M. 
Ansman. iVst., H. D. Alexander, Treat., Mohawk, 
N. T.; mnry McNeal, ^c— General Office, Herki- 
mer, N. Y. 



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*IIon«ton9 1¥««C Street und Pavonla Per* 

rjr HR. Co. opemtes 5.70 mUeii of road, owns 432 
hor»€« and 60 earn. Dire 'for». Henry Thompson, Thomas 
F. Kyan, John Lowry, B. B-adle»ton, Sot. Mehrbach, 
Jam^ H. Woo'Ih, llenrj- Htecr-. Ni-w York, N. Y.: C. 
E. Warren, D. B nutibrouck. Brooklvn, N. Y.; W. L. 



care.— N. L. Oebom, Lessee dk Supt.—Qtian^KkL Office, 
Biutrhamton, N. Y. 

lUohavrk aod Illon Horse KR* Co, op^. 
ntc8 1.75 milea of mad, owns 4 cur*. fHrertorUt O. W. 
Bronttoo, L L. Lowell. H. D. Alexander, li. M. Deven- 
dorf, John Browu. J. B. Rafter, Mohawk, N. Y.; C. W. 



n'lSl"^' }\^' « ^^''i*'"^'*'' W- U. Kemhle^ Clay Kemble, carpenter. Illon. *N.' Yi-O. W.*BronHoiK 2V«., Johi 
Philadelphia. Pa. -Henry Tl^nipH.n, /V^'-. J>- J- Ha.*- Brown, llcel^r^s., R. M. Devendorf, Tr^oj'.. H. D. 
brouck. i^c. it Tr^as., 11. W. Edw, Supf., John Shcehan. 
Ma*t. Tr. lien., Henry Bnell, .Va«/ Oir /?«»/>.— Oenbral 
OrFiCB, 415 East Tenth St., New Y'ork, N. Y. 



Alexander, Hec — Genkual Office, Mohawk, N. Y. 



nioant Vernon and East Cbeeter Ry* Com 

operates 3.25 miles of road, owii«i 26 hor^'S and 7 cars. 

Dirtrtnrs, William A. Butler, G. C. Dei«H:ir, B. L. Wert- 

^ ,„ , «.„,.. . ,^ heimer, T.eopold Wertheimer, Ja.-*. 8. Bryne, Louia W. 

plooghB //lr*r^or«, Morris VmihcM Aaron A. Deirrauw, w.-rthJimer Chiis. Nctter. New York. N. Y.; John M. 

Martin I Diiryea, Ooorge L. Peck. Wm. A. ^^a^nock, bcII, Bro.>klyn. N. Y.; D. J. Mallon. Mr. Vernon, N. Y. 

— B. L. Wertheimer, Pre*., Thomas Nichols, Viee-Prtt.^ 
JaM. S Bryne, .S^r., Louis Wertheimer. Trea*., L. Kake- 
man. .STai)/.— General Office, 261 Broadway, Mew 
York, N. Y. 

Nevr Rrlffhton and Onondaga Vallejr 
RR. <*o. oi»erates 1.78 miles of road, owrn* 6 hor'>«i*, 
2 car«( and 1 unmmr eni^ne. DirecUir*, Matthias Brit- 
ton, Syninisf, N. Y.; James H. Amlerson, Fast On on- 
dai?a, N. Y.; T. W. Meachem, W. T. Hamilton, Syra- 
runf, N.Y.— Matthias Britton, Pres.^ J. H. Anderson, 
Trtas., T. W. Meachem. See., J. H. Anderson, Supt.— 
General Office, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Nevrbnrff Street WLy. Oo. operates 4 milea of 
roR<l. owns 20 horses and 6 cars.— D. S. Haines. Pref., 
w n.nn^ 44/10-1 # A. G. Haines, T/v '*#., E. L. Hainc!*. .Sr«<r.. J. D Haines, 

Jeroms Park RR. Co. operate;. 1.08 miles of p,,^ ^ f (, jy miliei^, Supt. db Gen, JTa/,. -General 
road. — L-onard W. Jerome, /Vm., Theodore Mos-*, Office Newburir X Y 

Trean., Fred. A. Loyecraft, *<. — General Office, _, * _ . ,, ' * ^ « ■■. »■» ^ 

New Roclielle and Pelham RR. Co. on- 

I eruie^* 5 miles of road, owns 80 horsfs and 8 cars.— W. 

R. BiTjrholz. I^t9.. 15Cortlandt St.. New York, X. Y.; 



JTamalca and Rrookljrn RR. Co. operates 
6 miles of road, owuk 37 horses, 11 cars, and 2 snow- 
»loaehB. Directors, Morris Fosdirk. Aaron A. Deirrauw, 
[artin I. Diiryea. Ooorjre L. Peck, Wm. A. Warnock, 
Geo. Dnrland, Jamaica, N. Y.; Joan H. Hentz, Hemp- 
stead, N. Y.: (.'harles A. Willet, Flushinjf, N. Y.; 
Alonzo B. Wright. Whitcstone, N. Y.— Aan>n A. De- 
graaw, Pres.. Morris Fosdick. Tnti^., Martin I Dur- 

5ea, See., ^m. M. Scutt, ^(//)^— General Office, 
amaica, N. Y. 

JTamestovrn Street Ry. Co. operates 4 miles 
of road, owns 8'< horses, 13 cars and 2 stages. Dlrerior*, 
James B. Ross. Wm. C. J. Hall, L. B. Warner, O B. 
Jones, Frank E. Gifforrl. A. N. Broadhead, Robert N. 
Marvin, Jamestown, N. Y — <James B. Ross*, Ptm., L. B. 
Warner, Vie»-Prt*.. A. N. Broidhe.ui, Tren*., F. E. Gif- 
fonl, S*.e., Geo. W Jonei. E%q., G. B. Maltby. Supt., 
C. R. Lockwosd, jI^/v.— General Office, Jamestown, 
N.Y. 



Fred. A. 
Fifth Ave. and Twenty-second St., New York, N. Y. 



Johnvtoii^ny Gloversvllle and Kins*- 
boro Horse If jr. Co. owns 4.0^ niile^ of road, 
which, with 18 hor-e-* and 6 cirs. Is leaded to Mc!>sri«. 
Stollerand V»in Slckler for flvp ycMiro, from December 
IS, 18**^. Dlrertors, Jamc<< Yow'njflove, Richard Fan- 
Cher, Max Maylander, Jonnthnn Rickotts, Martin Ken- 
nedy. W. S. Northrup. Jams* I. McMarMn, John B. 
Matthews, J MoL-iren. Ji>hn*town, N. Y. ; Ira Lee, 
Kin!;rtbor>>, X Y ; J. V. Place, W. L. Sporborg. Glover:*- 
Tills. N.Y. ; W. L. JeffHrs. Am»t4«rdam. N. i.— James 
Y >uni;lov»'. Pr^., R Fan«:her. Vice-Preit., J. McLaren, 
8'**. <fc Trp.as.. Henry Stollor, ^tf^^— General Office, 
Johnstown, N. Y. 



Buixene Duniin. 5Vc.. 20 Nassau St.. New Y'ork. N. Y.; 
Thoma" E. Crimmius, Trea*., 1043 Third Ave., New 
York, X. Y.— General Office, Xew^ Roclielle, X. Y. 

*New 'Wllllamsborff and Flatbnsh RR* 

Co. operar.es 9.25 miles of road, owns 365 horses and 
8 J cars. Dirrcfor/t, G. W Van Alhiu. Wm. H. Van 
Allen, Wm. B. Wait, New York, N. Y.; C. B. CoitreU, 
Bd<;ar H. Cottrell, Rhode Inland, Conn. ; Walter A. 
•Ion.'*, West Troy, N. Y.; David W. BInus. Brooklyn, 
N. Y.-G. W. Van Allen, />•«•*.. Walter A. Jones, llce- 
IWm., C. B Cottrell, Treat., Wm. B. Wait. S^c, Chat. 



E. Hurriii, ^'////.— General Office, cor. Xostrand and 
Klnar^ton city RR. Co. operates 2.78 miles of I^rk Aves.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 



road, owns 39 hon^e-*. 8 cnrs and 8 othfr vehicles. Di- 
recfoni, Samuel D. Covkeiidill. .la-m-i* G. Lindsley, Alvn 
8. Staples. Abel A. Cro-by, MIclnel J. Madden. Geory:e 
Ooykendali, Riiwia Sh«.'rer. ('harles Bray. Myron Tel- 
ler, Jacob H. Tremper. Rondoui, X Y. ; Anthony 
Bin!«on. Klnurston, N. Y.— Jamc* G. Lind-ley, />re»., 
8. D C>vk«»ndHll. Vlee-Prsn., Georsrc Ooykendali, Oen. 
Min., Oscar L. Ea«tman, Atid., P. E. Schoonmsker. 
See. d Tr*QM . William H. DeOarmo, A/p^.— Gsmsral 
OFriCB, Ronaont, N. Y. 

lianalnKbnrff and Colioew RR. Co* owns 
1.1 miles of road, which is opera'efl under lease by the 
Troy and Lansinf^burfr RR Co. JJirerfoni. Wm. Barton. 
Wm. Kemp, Otis G. Clark, Charles Cleminshaw. L«fvl 
Smith, Trov. X. Y^.; A. A. Poehle*. E Van Schoon- 
hovea. •'. H. Dauchy, lAusin'jbur?, N. Y.; George 
<'a'npbe1l, Coho*.'s, >f. Y.: James Jack«on, Jr., L'>ck- 
port, N Y.— JameM Jackson, Jr.. Pr^s., Lockport. N. Y.; 
Wm. Kemp. Vtce-fYrn., Joseph J. Hasen, .S«r. <f Tr^n»., 
John R Brown, ^'/»^— Grnekal Office, 205 River St., 
Troy, N. Y. 



New York and Harlem RR. Co, operates 
8.25 miles of road, owns 1,570 horses and 172 cars. />!- 
re-'t'trn, Cornt'lius Vanderbilt. Wm. K. Vanderbilt, 
Fred. W. Vanderbilt. P. P. Freeman, John B. Dntclier, 
Jon. Harker. Chanucey M. Depew. Samuel F. Bsr^r, 
Willium H. L'onard. John E. Burrill. Charles C Clarke, 
Ssmuel D. Babcock, Alfred Van Santvoord, New Y'ork 
City.— Corn«-lius Vanderbilt, Pr*e., Charles C. Clarke, 
Vwi-Pr^n., Edward V. R«is8it»'r, Treas. <f S^c, Alfred 
Skitt, SHftt., <'harles Reed, Pur. -if//.- Gkneual Op- 
FiCE, Grand Central Depot, New York. N. Y. 

*Nla«;ara Falls and Suspension Rrld^e 

RR. Co. opr>raies 2.5 niiU>fl of n»ad, owni* .■») hor^ei*, 
14 can*, and 2*lci'j:hs. Dlric/om, Jacob F. Schoellkopf, 
Buffalo. N. Y'.; Francis C. Beldon, Hans Nii-lson, Ar- 
thur Schoellkopf, Georee Barker. A. H. Glnck, Henry 
C. Howard, Wm. J. Mackav. Niagara Falls. X. Y.; 
Benjamin Flagler. Edward Tiithill, Conrad Fink, M. S. 
Lam;*', Amos W. R. Ilcnnintr, Su<«t>enston Brldire, X. Y. 
— Btmjamiu Klaffler, Pns., H. Nielsoii, Vii't-Prts.^ Ar- 
thur Schoellkopf, Trtan. d- Man. IHr., William J. 




Larchmont manor Co. operates 1.5 miles of Mackav. .S^r., Fred. Dean, 6'{/y>^— General Office, 
road, owns 12 horses and 4 cars.— Chas. H. Murray, i Xiaicara Falls, N. Y. 

^''•A^o^'"']'?^^'?- ?• ?;^^'"c»'- 3;nw.. Wm. H. I Ninik Avenue RR. Co. operates 8 miles of 
Camobell. Air. Agt. <ft ^/i/>/.-GENERAL Office, Larch- ; ,^,|^ ^wns 480 hon-ea and 80 cars. Directors, Gvo. Law, 
mont, N. Y. . Jr., Paul N. Si>oflord, E. St J. Hays. Ilemun B. Wilnon, 

lionff Island Cltjr and Neiv^toivn RR* < M. Tompkins. Jr.. Joseph J. 0*Donohu(\ Otn W\ Ran- 
Co. operates 4 5 miles of road, owns S5 horses and 17 1 dall. New York, N. Y. ; S. <i. Writht. CambridK(\ X.Y.; 

Siejiheu H Herriman. William Ifciventi'yn, Brooklrn, 
N. v.: James Afllock, J. G. Afflefk, Y'onkers. N. Y.— 
Geo. Law, Pr€S., James Affleck, Sec. & 7V*a*., Lewis 
1». Foulk, 5»//>f.— Genitral Ofkicb, Ninth Ave., cor. 
Fifty-fourth St.. New York, N. Y. 

North Second Street and middle Village 

RR. <-o. op(r:Ues6miles of road, owns 100 hun'cs, 
40 cars, and 6 other vehicles. Directors. Wm. W. Green, 
Jas. W. EVYr«U. John P. Elwell, Charles F. Biwelll 



cars. Directors, I-aac Buchanan. Now York City ; Au- 

5ustus Rapelve, Newtown, L. I. ; Peter F. Delaney, 
ames Christ inn. Brooklyn. N. V. • John H. Courtney, 
Patrick J. Gleason. Michael Conway. Loni; ]plmd City, 
N. Y. -Isaac Buchanan, PreM., New York City ; AuiEUSt 
Rapelye. TW*!^.. Newtown, L. T. ; Peier F. Delaney, 
Ser., Brooklyn. N. Y.; Michael Conway, Sapt.^Gns- 
OrricB, Long Mand City, N. Y^. 

Wmln Co an mad Chenango Street RR. 

*0 oj/enteH 5 milet of road, owns 25 horMS tnd 10\ UVchsi^ U. OTvtt^^^ ^tooVVitx^ '^ . X.\ \i«ckxv Qreen, 



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POOR'S DIEECTOBT OP RAILWAF OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



TorkCltT.— Richard H.Orseiie, ' 17m. Man., U 

W. Green, 7Vi!iU.. Wlllinn T. UimaiLOrn 

.LOrrici, IS unent Ave., Bcuokljo, 



Qna, Sic. 
N. V. 
OsdeDobarcSlnel Br>CD.oper( 






Fallon, arc., D. O. CbrltUe. Supt.— 

SclleDMUdy, N. V. 

IR. Cu. opsraMa 13.S mile) 
)«iiil3l7c«r«. l/irecrort, Vm. 



t.U mile* ! s. TbOTD. Waldo Suicbiiu 

Dai™^ Wm. "pnlctor.'aB.Howirt.'TA. NBwelli ueo. s! U»rl, Wm!"l. 'Micy, Wm. C 
W. A.E^i'rl. R. E.Wa[«rnun.JDbnH.lCellaKK,OiEdsM- WniM, New York Cli/ : Henrf K. ar 
burg.N. V— Wm. ll.Dsiiiels, /V«..A.E.Kinllll. IYmi., N. I.; Ualwrt WilleU. Bajeidi:, L. 1.- 
E. A. Newell, ^ec, 11. B. Howard, JTjN.Alr.—UiMiiiL' /'n«., Jobn B. Uuderllill. ^M. ct 3 
OrriOE, Osdombiiiv. N. Y. | OPrica. SecOQil A"B,, cor. Ninlj-hlill 

Olean Slrii«l RR. Co. operatu t.Xj mllei at -''' 1- 
mad.uwa'HIioisuaiiiidScani. Illntti>n,X.B Fatw«, 
U. W. Braae, B. U. Siaiili, M. B. Bunnell. W. M . Irian. . i 
Ihos. Gilllenn, U. 3. Care/. Olran, N. Y.— II. B. Fobes, . 
I'm. A.iaiit.. K. W. Bmae, Bte. it I'rxH.— Uinciul . 



c. Olea 



N.I. 



rf.J.l 



W.J. Uick- 

w°Wufuor' 
ukoii, ftw.. 



Tl. P. t/. Col. 

i"Bgo, K. Y.- 

!rv. l'(M-/"rM., 

0'a. Saii. 



Onetda Street RR. Co. opera 

road, uwa.> A iieiraai anda can. Ihrtcti. 

W. E. .s-onhrup, Outlda, h 
W. E Noribcuu, Sic. <t r«i 
anAL Offici, Oi.eldi, N. Y. 
Oaweco Slreat RR. Co.opent 

rscMw, Jamea F, Jubnion, JainB> J>o«d 
M. A. Wtkoi, F. A. Emmck, H. D. M< 
lluiinelly. Jamen Uatluii. ilaysra L. U< 
lluan, It J. Ollpbam. Albert ll[ia<.-'. U: 
K. J. uiiphnpi, i'm.. 11, D, McCalli 

AlhertHlunie. See. d Trriu., W. 8. Tut 

-OIHUUL OfFici, Vfttl Urldjia at.. U>ve|{o. M. Y. 
U 

u'lluH,' 

HQinen, Liavid L. B-OwneuD, rnaiLuew aiiye, uurmc ju. 
Bilicucl:, Udwurd A. Mallbewi, Predarlck E. Koh, Ell 
Ueuker. Duucau It anni, Joba Evana, l»«c ». Uat- 

tliewa, BiDktIiaiotou. N. Y Ersitna Roaa. Pru , Freder- 

tek E. Kuaa, Tnai.. Edward A. Uaithswa, Sec.-QKS- 
■KAL Orriua, BlaKbainton, H. Y. 
ProBpeet Park and Coaty Inland BR. 



Ml-., Andrew K. Culver, Fralei C. Neiboht, Bruok- 
Ijn, N Y.; Allan C. Waabiusuu, Au.tlu C'orblii, Sid- 
ney Welists-, Va«o. B. Muoi-B, Wm. T. Reillv, New 
York, N. Y.-AndrBw It. Cul.ar, Pm.. AllauC. Wa*h- 
lu(lini, Tnat., Hiram A. Fsron, mc, R. Schenncrhom, 
£.17. i .luM.— UvMaiui. Urrioa, IS Conit at.. Brack. 

Prospect Park and Platbaeh RR. Co. 



So 




a Falls and 


CayuKa Li 


ke RR. 


a. 


apt 


.le«2.sami 














». inralon 


C, D. Ha 


les, Bruoklyn. N. Y.; 






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ark, 


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ialn 






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rrk Jnmt 


i Mfrlbew, 


lar 


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A. FerrlB. 






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drick. Oleii 


Fal 




Y.-ib.> 


1>. Balnea, 




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/■WM., A 


U.H.i.«., 



■, /Vm. i Tree 
I. JlTun., C II. W 



. Ualne 



FarkuUI, LuMs W. U. Berry. Jobu Hatloi 

Saniuci l-Brkliili' ^ite. d TVwI.-UlHkB. 
l-uiaakl SI., Brooklyn. N. T. 
•Bucliialer Cltr and Brlstat< 



, TtaiH. Euuii 
York fily,- 

L OFClCfc S 



■ler Cltr a 



_ __.. J, B. Woodwonb. 

Patrick Barry, Jaj. K. WhltueJ, C. C. WoodwoRb, 
Wm. 0. Barry, Win. U Ellwanger, F. E. Woodwoittt, 
Charles F. Pond, Wm. U. Watsan, COarlea H. Baku. 
John H. B«ry, cnaa, P. Barry, Ruelleelor. N. Y.- 
Pattlck Barry./>nT>., U. C. Woodirortti,;fac., C. B. Wood- 
wunb, TrtiH., Thomas i. firower, ^wif.— ukhcul 
Orrioa, Kocbeiter, N. Y. 

Boekaira7 Vlllan Ratlirar Co. opanlei 
1 mile of road, own* 10 burKa and 4 cart. Hirectort, 
" ■ ■ ■• d L, UaigiM 



.... ... ... J, AhM. — GlHMiL 

Orrlci, Seneca Falla. N. Y. 

Sixth Avenue RR, Co, aperale* 4 mllaa ot 
road, uwna i.il3 bureea and lut cara. lAntUm, Wm. 
V. Mortimer, A. It. Vau .Staa. lieury Uemareal, Wm. 
Kryce, TbiKi. E. Uacy. Ckarles U, Laodou, Uamuel 
'I'hLJcnc, P. P. DIcoii, V'raiik Curtlw. New York City ; 
AbiJabCunlaa. Yauken.M. Y,; EleuryU. .Huui«. Wbito 
Plainc, N. Y.; Allwrt W. (Ircea, Urick C-linrcli, N. J.— 
KrankCunlu. fns.. llenry 8. Muore, See. <t Tnat., 
Inward S, Moore, Sapt.-UtHxaxt. Urrioa. ^iB »\xlh 
,\«e.. New York, N. Y. 

South RrouklynCeuirai BB. Co. awna4.tB 

.inleliw. Rna^ leaialio Airanii^ RK. 60. lAncior; 
Wm Riebirdaon, Wm. J. Kicbard.ou, N. U. Frost, 

jobii Wll'liame. jjrouklyu, N. Y'.— Wm. RIctaarUHal 
Pfet.. H'm. J. Rlcliardsuo. Sk.,N. H. FtdsI. lYwat., 
.ramoa Bleddy. Oupt. qf HhMtt. rie — (.amnaL Orrici, 
Atlantic and Tblrd Aiss . Brcwklyn. N. Y. 
Sonth Perrr RR. t'o, operaiea ORJ mlleaof 

flan', Albert J, Eilia, A, Vand^-roof,' John Beaver, «ew 
York CUT. -Henry Harr, Prta.. AlUeri J. Kliaa. ■J'tioi., 
Chu. H. Mteka, j^uM.-Ooiiual Urrioi, M Whitehall 
ai., Nbw Vork, N. V, 
Staton Iitlaad Shore RR. Co. operaleiT.IS 



E,Conw«,Jahn 
I rick J. Olt 









Sleiiiway, Chaa. H. 
a F. Treltar, New 



Ully, N. Y.-U™. A. Sleliiway, ftw., Q' 

- , „, ,„. JunnlnK. ■ Met. Jr.. n«-/>ia., Cborlea F. —- - 

Mm. Brooklyn, N. Y.—Chaa. A. Clieever.iVw..Da«Kl W. H. DclaUaniy, 
L. Bai|[bt. TVaoi.. Joa. 8. Auerbacb, Ac.. BuIuaB. Mar- •-.■•■•-■ - ■ 
tin, dunl.-OkNiEtaLOrrica, IJ Park Ruir, Naw York, 
S. Y. 

Rome Cilr Street RR. Co. opentaa 4 milea ol 
road.-C. D, Hamea, Av)., A.Q. Halnea. 5«:. it7>w(., 
D. Ualuea,i>iir..,l|rl. d J^.-^kn>iiai.Orrioa.Rame. 



uCruad, 
Kuowplonglia aod )D olUer 
Stelnway,^anrT Zelgler, O 

York, tf' Y.i Henry A. Ca , .... _..._ 

:.-U«i. A. Sleliiway, ftw., Hvlity A. Ca>U- 

ncflfa., Cborlea F. ITetuar, .«c, * Trta$., 
•lilt., Jobn Wood. J^iui, -lY. liip., 
»«.., Uar. J(f/,.-litNan*L Or.ica, i\i 
mUiBt. New lurk, N. Y. 

id nechanlevllle RR. Co. 
opeiatM 4.M milea at road, owns d liorata and B can. 
Dtnctorl. SlniL-on Ru,tley, Rial NewlaDd, Wm. 

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254 POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



John W. Lippett, Soliville, N. Y.; Frank D. Beebe, 
Ali>«rt N. bbeldon, Hamilton, N. Y.-^Jamcci I. Scoi- 
lard. I*rt9., Ueoree B. Plietpf, Vice-Prmt.^ Itobert B. 
Willtaius. Sec. db Treat.^ Roger Rock, d'v///.— Gjbneral 
Omca, uiica, N. Y. 



Wm. L. Denison, Pres., Edward Wood, See. <jfc Treat., 
Peter Van Vechten. 6'u^<.— Oemkual Offics, biill- 
water, Saratoga Co., N. Y. 

Syracuse and Geddes WLWL, Co. operates 2 
miK;a of road, o\\ n« 85 liursei*, 7 cars aud 2 itnow-ploaKUfi. 

JHrectOfit, R. N. Gere. Daniel l\ Wood, Ra^seias A. CJtica and ffloliawlc RB. Co. operates 2.33 

Bonta, Peter Burns. Cbau. Andrews, Robert McCarthy, miles of rood, owns U nerves aud 8 cars. JJirtctifrt^ 

Chas. T. Redfleld, Jonathan O. Wyukoop, Wm. J. Hart, James F. Maun. John H. abeehan, William K. Lewis, 

GeorKe C. Gere, Isaac R. Pbaris. Charles K. Hubbell, A. D. Barber, T. R. Froctor, Geo. D. Dimon, %\ ard 

Thos. W. Meachem, Syracuse, N. Y.—R N. Gere, Prf., Hunt, P. 0. J. De Angelis, J. B. Wild. C. G. Duffy, 

R. A. Bonu, S*fC. A Treat., William J. Hart. Hupt— R. G. Huerlein, J. M. CtdldH, W. P. 1< ish, Utica, N. Y.~ 

GeneiialOfkick, 1 Onondaga Co., bavings Bank Baild- James F. Maun, Pret-tVi. E. Lewi*. :kc., Geo. D. 

ing, Syracuse, N. Y. Dimon^ Treat., Michael Leary, JHupt.'-^iiSKtuJs Or- 

Syracuse and Onondaga BB. Co. oper- "*'■• Ltica, N. Y. 

ates 2 miien of road, owus M horses and 9 cars. Di- Van Brunt Street and Erie Basin KB* 

recturt, Peter Burni^, AiisouN. Palmer, Joseph H. Palm- Co. operates 1.5 miles of road, owns 34 hordes and 7 

er, Chas. P. Clark, Wilbur M. Brown. U. W. Van cars. Directors, John Cauulngham, Edmund Tvrry, 

Buren, M W. Han' hutt, Jacob Scbemerhom, Matbias David W. Binns, Franklin Stebbins, Jeremiah P. Rot>- 

Britton, T. W. Meacbem, Frederick T. Kimber, L. C. inson, C. P. Cunningham, Joseph White, Brooklyn, 

Smith, Syracuse, N. Y.— Peter Burns, Pitt., C. P. N. Y.— John Cunningham, Pres. <fc 6'jpt., Kdinand 

Clurk, Vict-Pret., Lyman C. Smith, See. <ft Treat., '^ettj. Sec. db 7*r«aff.— Gbheral Offiuk, 2b4 Vau isruut 

Henry Thompson. Supt.—GitsMaxL Officb, lci6 South St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cllnion St., Syracuse, N. Y. *WaalilMSton Street and State Aiijlnm 

*Tlilrd Avenue BB. Co. operatet* 14 miles of BB. Co. oaus 3.5 miles of road, 23 horses and j< car». 

road, owus 2,1W) hor:ies and 300 cars. Mreclortt, Wm. Leased to Ueorice W. Slow, and operated by him in 

Ri:m8en, Henry lUri, Le^is L}on, iiobert G. Kemsen, connection with the Park Avenue RR., whicu he iil»o 

John E. Par>ous, M. G. Lane. Edward Laiitenuicb, leases. Directort, George Whitney, R. U. Meni^ivy, 

Wm. M. Prich»rd, Samuel Hull, Syivanns S. Riker, F. W. Whitney, Geo. F. uyon, Warren N. Bennett. Ira 

RoDert W. Tailor, Sol. Mebrbach. New York, N. Y.; J. Meagley, Edward K. Clark, R. Hooper, i(*aiab 8. 

Robert Willeit, Bayslde, L I.— Liwis Lyon, Pre/?., Matbewti, Allen Perkins, William R. Osborn, Era»taa 

Heury Hart, Vice-P et., A\tT\:di Lazarus, Sec., John Roos, Frederick £. Ross, Bingbaniton, N. Y.— iiosvii 

Bcsver, Treat., John H. Robertson, ^t/p^— Gkmeral H, Meagley Pret., Geo. Whitney, Vice-Pret., Freoeikk 

OFFICE, 1,I1» Third Ave., New York. N. Y. E. Ross, Treat.. I. J. Meagley, Sec., Henry C. Menick, 

Troy and Albla BB. Co. operates 3.17 miles ^'^x Wi^ Whitney, -ga»J.-G«NBRAL Orrica, ttio 

of road, owns tl bor^es ana il curs. JJireclort, Tbomus '^'""^ *^» o»n8n«""w>"i «. X. 

A. Knickerbocker, Lewis E. Gurley, Joseph J. Tilling- UFaterford and Colioee BB. Co. owns 1.87 




Pret., Tbeo. E. Hazlehurst, Sec. A Treat , VVinu R. Henry C. Vaudenbergh, Water'ford, N.' Y.; willlam M 

Bean, 5a/»^ -General Office, 11 FirslSt., Troy, N. Y. white, Uiica, N. Y. ; TLomas A. KnlckerlJocker, Troy, 

Troy and Cohoen BB. Co. operates 3.6 miles N. Y. ; Uco Campbell, JohnWskeman, Cohoea, N. Y. 

of road, which i* leased to Troy aud l^nsingburg RR. j;;^*'?™^ /J'^'*!"' Pret.,Q^,OtmDhe\\, VV>t-P,ee„ 

Co. Dire, tart, Wm Barton, jSs. W. Fulie?, John H. S?*'*!? ^ HJ°^^^J^» ^^' <* Treat.-QKHKBAi. Offick, 

Warren, Joseoh M. Warren, William Kemp, M. H. Waierford, N. Y. 
Bnrton, Joseph B. Carr. Charles Clemmsbaw, Otis G. 



« ^'' /T ■ TT'' — ' V/^- ..! o.' i,r vV vr » «• ACKer, Avert £«vcriseu, nuius u. a.iue, A.ioauy, 

SupL-OitiitiiAL Office, iOo River St., Troy, N. Y. s. Y.: F'. A. Fales. Troy, k Y.-Chas. B. lilllnghasil 

♦Troy and Lauslnffburjc BU. Co. operates Jf^;^'?'- Ouniln^ Tremor, Treat, dt Sec., Amoa Free, 

18.81 miles of road, own., 3y* horses aud QScara. Z^irsc Supt.—QitnERAi. Office, Albany, N. Y. 

tort, Elihu G. Akin, Cbar*. L. Alden. Wm. Barton, Wm. STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA 

Kemp, Chas. Cleuiiushaw, Joi^eph B. Carr, Otis G. ^,,/fl*. „ .? *.^ ^♦^I^k *i 

Clark, E. A. Peck, H. B. Daucby, Charles W. Tilllnic- Cllreatli,HiirrU and Co. operates 4.5 miles of 

hast?rroy. N. Y.; David T. Lamb, Waterford, N. Y.; f?^' owns Ai mules aud 10 cars.-GEMEBaL Office, 

N. B. Powers, John W. Cipperly, Lansingburg, N. Y.— wreenviiie, S. C. 

William Kemp, Pret., Charles Cleminshaw. Vice-Pret., iBTa'TR ahp ahyo 

Joseph J. Hagen, Sec. A TrjM., John E. Brown, S'lpt., . - «. « ^ « Y.* ^ 

Lean^er C. BFown, Attt. Supt. Cii^. H. Smith, Attt. « Akron Street Bj. and Herdic Co. operates 

Supt.-QEsa&AL OPFiCE, ;W0 River St., Troy, H.Y, ^,?*"«" *'»f,'T**^' ^'/^^^^S'***'^ """Sf' *\,*^" ?"*^ ^ 

« /» other vehicles.- Ira M. Miller, Pret., Frank M. Alter- 

*Ti¥^enty-tlilrd 9(treet BB. Co. operates 7 holt, Sec., B. L. Dodge, Treotf., John E. Metlin, Hupt, 

miles of road, owns 7o6 bor»es and I.U cars. JJireclort, — Genkkal Offick, Akron, O. 

it^l ^?f,^P' ^ll\ ^?f ' ^^'!!:.^^"?r' 'Jr'.^i'.!?° A.tatabula street BB. Co, operates 4.6 miles 




Lewis May, Trea^., Geo.' Ferry, AcUng Su,U -Gk.n- Beilalre Street BB. Co. operates 8.5 miles of 

KiiAL Office, 6Zi West Twenty-third St., New York, 'l?*^* owns 9 hors^, 3 mules and Scars.-C. Bippns, 

NY * f . j^jres., Jas. Fitton, Sec.. ». O. Cummhis, JYeat., J. 1>. 

'*rT*i^. n^i* « a-^ n» ^^ . o t • Baker. i'Mr. >ly^, A. McClaln, tfii/>/.— GehbralOffics, 

*Utlca Belt I«lneBy. Co. operates 8 miles of Bejiaire o * '^ < 

road, owns ttU horses and ;tu cars.— Chao B. Tefft, /'/vo., ■«**..* ... »« ^ <..«..., 

Chas. W. Mather, Trrat., 1. J. Grifflih, S^e. A Par. B«rea Street BB. Co. operates 1.36 miles of 

Agt.. John G. Jones, Supl.-QattKHAi. Office, Utica, ^» ©J'^* * horses and « cars. IHrecUn-t, C. W. D. 

NY » *- . *-. yilll^;r^ t^ Churchward, A. H. Pomeroy, F. T. Pomeroy, 

vT*i^- rtii-# -> - ^ ■>■ m. « »•> A- W. Bishop, Bena, O.— C. W. u. Miller, i^w., T. 

^FVl^'f^Vfa**"? *?* BlnKtaamton BB. Churchward, r*<;*-/^., A. H. Pomeroy, Sec., F.* T. 

Co. operates 7.69 miles of roiul. owus 9 1 horses and U i>omeroy, Ji^at., A. W. Bishop. Supl. db >. X.-Ges- 

J^' j%'**y?2^ i^^'^^^'l^ ^'°® 5^- ^S; £^"^' ^^^ OFriCK, First National Bank fiuUding, Berea, O. 

tort, John Thorn, George W. Adams, Wm. M. Storra, -»» . . 

Robert S. WUliams, Utica, N. Y.; George B. Phelps, Broadway and Newbury BB. Co. op. 

Waieriown, N. Y.; James L ScoUard, E. S. Wllliam^ erates 5.6 miles of road, owns 15o horses and 10 cars.— 

bWilliam S. BarUett, Clinton, N. Y.; Allen W. Reynolds, J. Siauley, Pret., E. Fowler, See. db Treat., J. Stanley, 

*any Falls, N. Y.; Alien Curiis, Madison, N. Y.; ^tfp^.—GKNEKiLL Office, 1,473 Broadway, Clevelaud, o. 



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^Brooklyn Street BR. Co. operates 10 miles 
of road, owns 360 bun*o(» and 70 cam.— T. L. Johnson, 
Pre».^ J. H. lloefgen, ikt:., John McConnell, lY§tu.^ A. 
8. Johnson, Gen. Supt.—QEHKRAL OrPicB, 1,801 Pearl 
St., Cleveland, O. 

*€anton Street Railwiiy €o« operates 4.5 
miles or road, owdm 58 bon<e8 and 11 car».— Q. E. Cook, 
Pres., Treaa. <t Pttr. Agt., John F. (Mark. See.^ O. 8. 
Stanton, ^u/^.—Obnbral OrriCB, 4 Ea»t Seventh St., 
Canton, O. 

Central Pjtiiseiiser BR. Co. od* rates 8 miles 
of road, owns 70 hor^eo and 17 cars. Directort^ Charles 
Prate, A. R Seat^Tave. J. V. Santleet, C. F. Parkia, E. 
H. Potter, F. K. Seagrave, Toledo, O.— F. B. Seagrare, 
Pret., C. F. Parkii«, Sec„ A. R. Seiigrave, TWcu., Jaa. 
Murphy, 3upt.—QBVfsaAL Officb, Toledo, O. 

Chllllcothe Street BB. Co. operates 8 miles 
of road, own« 1-i horses and 7 cars.—B. P. Stafford, 
Pres.^ Samuel Kpstloe, Viee-Pre*., A. B. Wemia, Sec.^ 
Wm. Poland, Treat,, E. li. McMartin, Svpt.—Onfmaui, 
OrriCB, Chillicothe, O. 

Cincinnati and IVt. Anbnrn BR. Co. 

operates 3 miles of road, owns 150 horses and 25 cars.— 
George A. Smith, Pres,, J. M. Doherty. Hee, A Sunt., 
Joi. S. Uill, 7'rea«.— Ubkbbal OrricB, Cincinnati, 0. 

*<'lnolanail Street Ballvray Co. operates 
100 mile-* of road, owns 2,000 horses, 275 cars and 89 
other vehicleo. Diifcton^ A. D. Bullock, Albert Q. 
Clark, Henry Haiina. John Kilgour, Theodore Marsh, 
Joseph H. KojrvrM. Matthew R^aii, Lewis Seasonxood, 
Cincinnati. O— John Kllirour, Prts., J«8. A. Collins, 
Sec. db Aud.y Robt. A. i)unlap, TreoM.^ John Harris, 
if"pt., BenJ. P. Uaugbton, P. A., F. R. Weleenecker, 
Mast. Tr. ^tp., B. I Robinson, MaH. Car Btp.-~ 
Gbnbral Offiob, Apollo Buliding, Cincinnati, O. 

*Cltlsenii* Street BB. Co. operates 10.5 miles 
of road, owns 126 horsei* and 21 cara.^D. W. Strond, 
P/y« , Asa Bushnell, Vice-Pr^e., F. S. Piofleld, 8«e., Rosa 
Mitchell, 7V«M., D. W. Strond, ptsr. Agt., W. H. Han- 
ford, ^tf/>^— OB.NBR4L OrricE, West Main and Qeorge 
Sts., Springfield, O. 

Coiumboe and Clnelnnatl Street BB. 

Co. operateit 18 miieit of road, owns 856 horses aud 76 
cars. Vireetore, a.. D. RodKora, Wm. B. Harden, H. T. 
Chittenden, C. H. Hayden, B. a. Brown, B. T. Withoff, 
S. S. Rickly, R. Jonev, T. P. Gordon, R. B. Sheldon, B. | 
K. Stewart, Coliimhas, O.— A. D. R<Kigers, /¥«•., H. T. 
Chittenden, Vlce-Pree., E. K. Stewart. See. tfb Trnoe,, J. I 
H. Atchers«>n, Supl„J. li. Pimlot, Mtut. Oar Bep.— : 
Obnkrax OmoB, ColumbaA. O. t 

*Colanibas Consolidated BB. Co. operates 
23 miles of road, ownrs 40*1 horses and 100 car:*. Direct- 
ore, A. D. Rodgers, W. B. Hayden, H. T. Chittenden, 
C. H. Hoyden. B. S. Brown, E. T. MithoflT, S. S. Rickiy, 
R. Jones, T. P. Gordon, R. E. Sheldon, £. K. Stewart, 
Colunibos, O.— A. D. Rodgera, Prti., H. T. Chluendeo, 
Vloe-Pre^, E. K. Stewart, See. <t Treae., J H. Atchsr- 
son, Supt., J. H. Pimlot, Mojit. Car iSep.— GsifBiULL 
OrriCB, Columboa, O. 

Colambla and Cincinnati (Domniy) 

BB. Co. operates 6 miles of road. Direeiore, C. F. 
SUle.}, C. G. Gore. J. Mack, J. Kilgoar, C. M. Kllgoar, 
Cincinnati, O.— C. H. Kilgour, Prt$., John Kilgoar, 
Viee-Pree.t A. H. Meier, &c., C. O. Gore, Titat,— 
Gbnbbal. OrncE, 14 West Third St., Cincinnati, O. 

*Dayton Street BB. Co. operates 7.5 miles of 
road, owns 40 mules, 60 horses and 25 cars. Direetore, 
W. II. Simms, H. S. Williams, C. B. Ciegg, C. J. Fcr- 
neding, E. J. Barney. S. Craighead, Geo. W. Rogers, 
Dayton, O.— C. J. Femeding, Pree., Geo. W. Rajera, 
Viee-Pree., C. A. Crai^^head, ^/^ec.. Third National Kink, 
Trean., Jl. W. Anderson, ^wp^.— Genbhal OrriCB, 
Third St., west of Kmg, Dayton, O. 

*East Cleveland BB. Co. operates 91 miles 
of road, owns 520 horses and 116 cars. JHrectore, A. 
Bveretr, Charles Wason, G. B. Herrick, J. II. Wade, 
Chas. A. Otis, J. H. Wade, Jr., H. A. Bvereti, Cleve- 
land, O.— A. Everett, Pre»., Chan. Wason, Vlee-Pr€t,, 
H. A. Everett, See. <jfc Treat., Edwin Datj,Supl.,€tc.~- 
Gbnbbal OrriCB, 1,154 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, O. 

PIfih Street RB. Co. operates 8..5 miles of 
road, double track, owns 64 horses and 16 ears. IH- 
revtore, A. A. Thomas, D. B. Corwin, R. I. Cnmmln, 
J. C. Pierce, Dayton, O. ; L. D. Ellison. P. Roach, L. 
Harris, Wm. O'Brien, Cincinnati, O.— A. A. Thomas, 
Pns., D. B. Corwin, See,, R. L Cammln, Tr$at., J. M. 



B. Lewie, SupL^ [P. A., */<?.— Gbnbral Opfice, Day- 
ton, O. 

Glenv^ood and GreenlaMrn Street Ry. 

Co. operates 4 miles of road, owns 25 hordes and 8 
car*. JAreetore. A. D. Rodgers, B. 8. Brown, W. B. 
Hayden, J. R. Hughes, J. M. Brig;;8, Columbus, O. — 
A. D. Rodjrers, Pres., B. S. Browu, n«-/Ve#., R. R. 
Rickly, Sec., H. S. Riclcly. Treae., Jonas Willcoz,iS^., 
P. A., «/<:.— Gbnbbal Officb, Columbus, O. 

Hamilton Street BB. Co. operates 4 miles of 
road, own«i 5 hordes, 7 mnl«;s and 11 cars. — Jas. 8. Gif- 
fen, Pree.. I. V. Parri-h, See., II. L. Mtirey, Treas., J. 

C. Bigelow, Supt. — Gbnbbal OrrioB, Hamilton, O. 

LalKC Side Street Ball way Co. operates 8 
miles of road, owns 24 horses, 1 engine and 6 cars.— G. 
E. Cot)k, Pfe».,W. S. Alexander. Sec, O. S. Stanton, 
^(//)^— General OppicE,4E<ist Seventh St., Canton, O. 

lilma Street By. Co. operates 2 miles of road, 
owns 6 horses and 8 cars.— Geo. Jamison, Pree., J. M. 
Coe, Sec., 8. W. Moore, 2r«a«.— Gbnbbal OmcB, 
Lima, O. 

*!?Ialn Street Cincinnati Inclined Plane 

By. Co. operates 6 miles of road, owns 150horees and 
2) cars —Geo. A. Smith, iVw., J. M. Doherty, S^e-.P, 
A., etc., Jas. S. Hill, 7Vea«.— General Officb, Cm- 
cinnatl, O. 

metropolitan Street BB. Co. operates 10 
miles of road, owns 100 horM^ and 28 cam. — John J. 
Shipherd, Pree. db Sec, H. E. WdU, Treat., J. A. Wau 
fon, Supt., F. F. Shipherd. Pur. Aaf.—iiitKKRAL Or 
FicB, Cherry, cor. Bancroft St., Toledo, O. 

ffllddletoivn and lUadlson Street RR. 

Co. operates 2 miles of roadjOwus 6 horses and 4 cars. 
Dlrectort, C. F. Gunckel, E. W. Gunckel, L. Gunckol, 
R. D. Marshall, F. H. Short, Middieiown, O.— C. F. 
Gunckel, Pret.,!^. W. Gunckel. Stc A Treat., D. L. 
butphin, <9ti;>^— General Office, Midilletown, O. 

*]flt. Adams and Bdeu Park inclined 

RB. Co. operates 16 miles of road, owns 820 
horses and 40 cars.— G. B. Kerp«r, Prft. A Treat., J. R. 
Murdock. Sec, C. Whltten, «if{/|>^— General OmcB, 
Cincinnati, O. 

*Oakvrood Street By. C<>. operates 8 miles of 
road, owns 65 horses aud 14 cars. Director*, C. B. 
Clegg, H. V. Perrine, A. L. Stout, Dayton, O.— C. B. 
^istfg, Pret., Supt. A Par. Agt.. M. P. Moore, 3ec.,'Wm. 
Jones, Mast. Tr. A Car Ii€p.—(iESEn\L Ofpice, Day- 
ton, O. 

Portsnioiitli Street BB. Co. operates 2 miles 
of road, owns 10 hordes and 6 cars. Dimctutit, James 
Skelton, W. S. McColm, A. C. Thompson, John Dice, 
Maria Reed, A. E. Reed, Enos Reed, Portsmouth. O.— 
Jas. Skelton. Pret., Enos Heed, Sec, Treat. A Supt., 
Samuel Williams, Matt. Tr. i?tf/).— General Officb, 
Portsmouth, O. 

St. Clair Street By. Co. operates miles of 
road, owns 125 horse* aud 29 cars.— Chas. Hathawsy, 
Pren.^ S. 8. Lyon, VUe-Prtt., Cnas. Hathaway, Jr., 
Treat. A Oen. Man., Alfi^d G. Hathaway, Sdc—Q^n- 
BBAL Office, 815 St. Clair St., Cleveland, o. 

Sandnaky Street By. Co. operates 4 m'les of 
road, owns 28 horses and 7 cars. Dlrectort, Charles V. 
Oidi. Clark Rude, Augustus H. Moss, Jay O. Mosc, Au- 
goetus 0. Moss, Sandusky, O.— Chas. V. Olds, Pret., A. 
H. Moss, Vlce-Pree., A. C. Moss, See. A Treat., Clark 
Rude, Supt.—iiEHitnAh Office, Sandusky, O. 

Sontk CoTlnccon and Cincinnati Street 

By. Co. operates 17.75 miles of road, owns 29ti horses 
ana 46 cars.— E. F. Abbott, Pret., J. C. Benton, Stc.^ 
G. M. Abbott, 7V»(M.— Offiob, 403 Scott St., Coving- 
ton, Ky. 

Son tit Side Street BB. Co. operates 4 miles of 
road, owns 60 hordes and 6 cars.— T. L. Johnson, Pret., 
J. fi. Hoefgcn, Sec. A Treat., A. L. Jol\nson, Supt., C. 
Shoira, Supt. Car Rep., A. M. Emerson, Pur. Agt.— 
General OFFieB, Cleveland, o. 

^Superior Street BB. Co. operates 13 miles 
of roaa, owns 2i0 horses and 54 car« —Frank de H. 
Robison, Pret , John Koch, Viee-Pret., M. S. Robison, 
Jr., Sec, Treat. A ^/7^.— Gbnbral Uffick, Cleve- 
land, O. 

*Toledo Consolidated Street By. Co. oper- 
ates 19 miles of road, owns 264 horpes and 45 cars. />t- 
fwctorr, D. B. BaUey, J. B. Bailey, Jamss Dorlty, Rich- 



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ard Waite, Albion C. Lang, Toledo, O.— J. B. Bafley, 
Pru. <t Treas.^ A. B.Lan^, Stc, John Uilmartin, Supt.. 
ttamuei Emenr, MmI. Car Rep. — Gjknjbbal Offxcs, 48 
Bummlt St., Toledo, O. 

•Woodland aad IFest Side BR* Co. oper- 
ates 17 mile8 of road, owns 5(SU horses, 40 maleH and 105 
caw.— M. A. ilauua. iVe*., J. F-Card, Vice-Pre*., J. B. 
Uanna, JSee, <k P. A., G. G. Mulhern. ^^i/p^.— Gbnkral 
Orrica, cor. Pearl and Detroit Sts. , CleTeland, O. 

UTayuA and FlfUli Street Ry. Co* operates 
8.6 miles of road, owdb 80 horses and ti cars. IHrectortt 
Georffe W. Shaw, Ezra Biniier, John Harries, Jas. J. 
Bradford, Eugene WInichet, Dayton, O.— George W. 
Shaw, Pres.t bzi-a Binner, Vica-Prtss.t Eugene Winlchet, 
8u, it Tt-ecu.t Nelson Routzaher. Supt.^ Ezra Biuner, 
P. A., «te.— GEif EKAL Office, Stf Wayne St., Dayton, O. 

*!¥««( Side Street Rjr. Co* No farther infor- 
mation. 

Vonni^Blo'vrn Street RR. Co. op rates S.5 
mlle<4 of road, owns 25 hornus and 6 cars.— David 
Mackey, /^tm., John R. Davis. Vici-Pres,^ Alfred 
Smita, Sec. A Trews. ^ Joseph O'Nell, i9<//)^.— Gxneual 
Office, Youngstowu, O. 

ZanesvlUe and ITIcInt jre Street Ry. Co. 

operates ^.'Zb miles of road, owui» 54 mules, 1*^ curs and 
8 other vehicles. Directors^ T. B. Townsciid, N. C. 
Towusuud, J. Burgess, C. Burgess, C. Towusena, 
Zanesville, O.— J. Burgess, /Vw., P. A., etc., W. C. 
Towni^end, Sec.^ J. B. Townseod, Treas.^ J. Coltrap, 
£fupt. db Magi. Car .ff^.— Gbmeral Office, 200 Mam 
St., Zaneeville, O. 

STATE OF OREGON. 

ranltnomali Street WLj, Co* operates 9.75 
mUes uf road^wus 65 bofkes and 19 cura. — A. M. King, 
Prts.t E. A. King, «S^c.— General Office, Portland, 
Ore. 

Portland Street RR. Co. operates 2 miles of 
road, owns 40 liurses aud II cars.— D. P. Thompson, 
Pret.^ C. K. Ilarbaugh, Hec. tit ^i^t//;^.— General Office, 
104 Fourth St., Foriiand, Ore. 

Transcontinental Street Ry. Co. operates 
10 miles of road, owns 100 uorscs and 24 cars.— W. F. 
Bnrreli, I^ru., D. W. Wakefield, See., T. Woodward, 
Par. Agt. dt JSupl.—Q^SKiiAL Office, 145 G St., Port- 
land, Ore. 

STATE OF PENNSYIiVANIA* 

Allentowu Paeaeneer Ry. Co. operates 8.41 
mUttS of ruad, owiis 22 hurses and cars. IHrecforst 
Bamnel LfWis, William Saeger, John D. Stiles, Reuben 
P. Steckel, Robert E. Wright, Russet A. Thaver, Allen- 
towa, Pa.— Samuel Lewiii, l*rti.^ Joseph B. Balliett, 
/3tc. A Treat., A. 1'. Brown, Oen. i^up^.— General 
Office, Allentown, Pa. 

Reaver Valley Street RR. Co. operates 3.1 
miles of road, owns 87 horses And 8 cars.— M. L. Knight, 
/Vm., Jas. F. Merriman, /Sec. db lYeat-^ L. Richardson, 
Afp/.— General Office, Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Rradford and Kendall RR. Co* operates 
1.58 miles of road, owns 8 horses and 8cars.— /Hrec^or.*, 
James Broder, Thomas Conuerly, Geo. A. Berry, £. 
Parsons, Bradford, Pa.; Geo. R. Wheonore, Warren, 
Pa.— James Broder, /Vm., B. Parsons, Treat., Oen. 
Man. <ft Supt., N. B. Pardons, See.^ Pur. AgL, etc.— 
General Office, Bradford, Pa. 

Central Paaeeuser Ry. Co* operates 8 miles 
of road, owns lOi horst» and lb cars. JHrectore, George 
I. Whitney, h. H. Williams, Robt. K. Wilson, F. L. 
tttephensou, R. G. Herron, Jesse H. Lippincott, Jas. U. 
Reed, Pittsburgh, Pa. -Geo. I. Whii4iey, Pree., F. L. 
Stephenson, Hec. db lYeat., R. O. Herrou, Otn. dupt. db 
P, .A.— General Office, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Clieater Street RR* Co. operates 7.6 miles of 
road, owns 80 hordes, 19 cars and 1 snow-plongd. JH- 
rtctort^J.Fnthk Black, Wm. S. Blakeley, Samnel A. 
Dyer, Thomas J. Houston, Geo. B. Lindsay, Hugh Shaw, 
J. Lewis Croger, E. Mitchell Cornwall, Chester, Pa.; 
Richard Peters, Jr., Thnrlow, Pa.— E. M. Cornell, Pre*., 
Wm. S. Blakely. See., Samuel U. Seeds, yWa«.— Gem- 
XRAL Office, Chester, Pa. 

*CitlBen'e Paneenffer RR. Co. (Philadelphia) 
operates 10.5 miie^ of road, owns 480 horses and 98 cars. 
JMreelors, Chan. E. Bliis, John U. Mcllwain, Charles T. 
Ooltaday, Richard M. Hartley, John H. Sloan, Phila- 

^phia, Pft.~John McCarthy, Pre*., Johu (^ Adams, 



Sec. db Treat., A. B. Scarborough, Supt. S Matt. Otr 
Rep., Samnel Mink, Matt. Tr. iSp.- Gekbral Offiob, 
cor. Twelfth St. andSosquehanna ATe.,Phlladeipliim, ' 



*Cltlsen'0 Paseeujger RR. Co. (Pittebargh) 
operates 8.35 miles of road^owns 8l0 horses and S2 cai*. 
—Directort, John G. Holmes, Allegheny, Pa. ; James 
Verner. J. J. Donnell, Joshua Rhodes, Wilson McOand- 
ler, Pittsburgh, Pa.— John G. Holmes. Fret.. Cliaa. 
M. Gormly, See., J. J. Donnell, Treat., M. A. Vemer, 
Gen. Supt.— Qrserai. Office, Pitubnrgh, Pa. 

City Pasaenser Ry* Co* of Altoonat op- 
erates 8.5 miles of road, owns 89 horses and 17 cars. 
Directort, John P. Levan, Wm. Murray, C. a Wood, 
David Koch, A. J. Anderson, Geo. A. McConnick, 
Andrew Kipple, Altoona, Pa.; James Louther, Beh- 
wood. Pa.; H. S. Frank, Philadelphia, Pa.— John P. 
Levaii, Pret., L. B. Reifsneider, Sec. db TVsoa., Jobn J. 
Buck, Supt., Andrew J. Riler, SoUeitor.—QKHmmAiM 
Office, Locust St., below Third, Altoona, Pa. 

Coalville RR. Co. operates S.5 miles of road, 
owns li ho^^es, u cars and 8 other vehicles. JHreetort, 
Chas. A. Miuer Ellas Robbins, Geo. W. Kimendail, 
John G.Wood, Isaac M. Thomas, Wllkesbarre, Pa.~ 
Chas. A. Miner, Pret.^ Geo. Loveland, See. db Trmit., 
Alberts. Orr, (Ten. i9u;>^— General Office, '^ilkint. 
barre, Pa. 

Conllnental RR. Co* operates 10.5 mllea of 
road. Directort, P. A. B. Wldcuer, Clay Kemble, G. 
W. Elkins. Wm. J. Elliott, Geo. D. Widener. Phil*, 
deipuia. Pa.— Wm. L. Elkins, Pret., John B. Peddle, 
Stc. db TVmm.- General Office, PhiiadelphiH, Pa. 

Kaat End Pasaenffer Ry. </0. operates 1.5 
miles of road, owns 6 horses and i cars.— M. L. Herr, 
Pret., M. F. Steigerwalt, Treat, dt Supt., «W. A. Uei^ 
sha, iSSft;.— General Office, Lancaster, Pa. 

*Eaaton9 Soatli Eaaton and West Bad 
Paaeencer RR. Co. (This company is the cou- 
soiidaiiou of the Easton and South Easton and the 
Wect End Passenger Ry. Companies, May Slvt, 18088. 
Chartered June 2d, 188b.) Operates 4 miles of roed, 
owns 81 hordes, 11 cars and 4 sleighs. Directors, Pred- 
crick Green, H. A. Sage, Jr., Winleld 8. Hnlick, Frank 
S. Sage, Easton, Pa.; Elinha Burwell, Peter S. Beidler, 
Gamble Yoniig, South Easton, Pa.— Henry A. Bage, 
Pret., H. W. Cooley, Sec. db Treat., Elisha Biirwell, 
Oen. <9tfp^— General Office, 848 Northampton, bt., 
Eavtou, Pa. 

Empire Paaaengrer Ry* Co* (Philadelphia) 
owns 8 50 miles of road, which is leased to the Citiaen's 
aud Seventeenth uod Nineteenth St. RR. Cos. JHrte- 
t4yrt. Frank H. Ellin, John McCarthy, C. W. Walton, P. 
A. B. Widener, W. H. Kemble. Philadelphia, Pa._ 
James McManes, Pret., John (^. Ad^ms, Sec. S lYttu. 
—General Office, Twelfth St., cor. Suaqnehauna 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Erie City Paaaenser Ry« Co* operates &84 
miles of road, owns 88 horses and 17 c^n.— Directort^ 
Au4:UHt Jaricai, John Berst, Titus Berst, H. L. Bervt, 
Ht;rman James^. F. P. Bailey, Jacob Berst, Erie, Pa. — 
William W. Reed, Pret., J. L. Sternberg, Sec., Wm. 
Spencer, TWoi'., Jacob Berst, Gen. J/ian.— Ocnerai. 
Office, Second and State Sts., Brie, Pa. 

•Federal Street and Pleasant Valley' 
Paaaenaer RR. Co. operaus 4.8 milua of road, 
owns 1(57 horses, ^ cars and 4 other vehicles. DirifC- 
tort, K. U. King, J. P. Speer, D. F. Henry, William 
Rosebnrg. Frank Rohm, R. K Wilson, Wm. U. Gra- 
ham, John B. Jackson, Pitti*burgh, Pa. -William 
McOreery, Pret., R. F. Ramsey, Stc., Jame** Buyle, 
Treat., W. J. Crozier, Gen. Sujjt.—GESitnAi, OrrioK, 
127 Taggart St., Allegheny City, Pa. 

•Frankford and Sontbwarlt RR* Co* 

operates 2U.uO miles of road, owns 818 horses, tt dummy 
euKines and 93 cars. Directort, Alfred Smith, Edwaic 
S. llaudy, John Noblit, J. J. Sullivan, John L. Lawson, 
Edgar Fries, James H. Gay. Daniel Haddock, Jr., Cliarles 
S. Lincoln, Da\id Fleming. Horace Geiger, Mosea W. 
Lipper, Philadelphia, Pa.- John Noblit, i^vf., Tboa. 8. 
Harris, Sec., H. C. Brewster, Treat., T. El wood Cox, 
Sunt., John Bums, Matt. Car i2^n.— General Opfiox, 
<,64)1 Kensington Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Germanto'vrn Paascnffer Ry* Co* owna 
89.18 miles of road. Directort, Wm. Dulles Wm. H. 
Sheimerdine, Robert N. Carson, Meyer Sledenbacli, 
Clarence B. Moore. Howard A. Stevenstm, PhiladeJphIa, 
Pa.— Craig D. Ritchie, Pret., Lewis 8. Renshaw, Hke, d 



POOR'S DIRECTORY OF RAILWAY OFFiaALB-STBBET BAILHOADS. 



uu.— QijiiRtL OrFicE, 1001 Cbntnnt Bt. PbUs- 

pmi, fa. 

irefn and^Coatea HtrMtB^PIillad«Ipbla 

(. WIIIli 



ir Mr. Co. cmui 7 mllo of rwul, wblcli 
Ibe f'suple'i PuHnscr Bailmj Co. JH- 
lini I>iill«*. Pfalnua FTir*. JuMa UcHanra, 



MBKcr Br. Co. 



Chu. J, Waliun, Jo«ph Kocb, Mst« Sltdc 
C1>Riicsa.Kki«i,ClarrnMB.Moore,J*mMr^- 
Uliver llDpkluaon, Alfred Homer, Mmter Ti 

IMiflKlelpbia. fi Mota A. Uropslc, Ah., I 

Rcnibkw, ;««. <£ yViiiu.— Oihiiul Orrioi, 1,U 
uut St , Phi tide) plill, fi. 
HarrUbnrK Cilr 

Hobw, M, Cotien, JoDii Whitin.o, J.G. M.'liiir.' 
T. KnimiTitfeT, Jjv-ub Hu^auleti, J>ftv)a Kl«miiiir. 
W. Kellv, Win. K. Gurir.i Hm. K. 
Kelker. Ilnrrttbuni, P».- iUntJ A, Kt.»=r, .rrt.., n ».. 
K. A[rictu. VialTa.. Jobii T. Eiiiminijer, ftoc.. R. f. 
Krllur, 7'' am.-Uenkhu. UrncE, 11 »ouili SKund &i., 

Hrstvn villa, 

Uiiciwier. II : Le>l N. 1Vain>«. Juhii h! Urlmi 
rv Doniiliae, Uniikl tillGklii. flillndtlplii*, V*. 
II. LilTefly, /-i*!., Uaiitel 01«<*iu, Il«-J¥u.. 



Paopla** Ballivar Co. (Pottnflle ) opanlei 14.6 
mllei ofriMd iborie Una, I mils.aeun Una, IS.ft mllm), 
uwu 4 borH*. t lueomotlK* aod 8 c*rg,— T. A. Keulr, 
ftw., Wm. U. Pollard, Pur. Agl., Stc., Trtai. 4 Mijtl. 
— UiKBitti:. OmcE, Potuvllle, Pk. 

Perklomrn Avenue Paaaencer Br* C*. 
□peraUi *M mlira of road, ovrui W barses and 14 can. 
lArtcior; William D. AlLhotiM. Geo. W. Bird. AiTtw 



Pblladfllphla Cltr Paiaanecr By, Ce. 



rlclw. R. P. ' 



iladelpbli l-iFi^nK' r Hj. Co. Iprlnded 
tbu I'biliidelplitB and Darby RK. a 



V»ll*7. P^; 
M. Ubeinmt, 

Pbllid«lpbl^ 



Falrmonnl 



.4,I0UI 



FO'U 



■I itaoiix 



nil. W. 1 



D. J. 1 



in» UcHiilen 
lei, tr. ■I'rfii.. 



B l.,Ye.g.e).,aK..W. 

LancaaUr Cltr KB. Co. oneraMa 1,1 mllei of 
road,owD> i baiTeB and 6 chn. lAnctori. B. J. Ue- 
Uraiin, W. 1>. Murei:arr, J. T. MicGniilKle. J, H, Ren- 

eT. i. a. Cuchraa, 8. S. lligii. J. H, Uaamgardner, 
n™«er, Pa.-W. U. apnxbor. I'm.. T. B. Cochrm, 
&r., J. II. BaHmsurdoer, Tetai.. J, B. Lonf, Mn, 
Jfun.— OiHiiuL Orrica, Lanouler. Pa. 

Lancaaler and milsravllle BB, Co. op- 

J. C. Bigsr, Pnt., Henrj Bhlrk, Via-JTrt.. C'bu. De- 
iiiicf, Stc. ± Tnai.-aKStnu. Oirici, Lanculcr, Pa. 

LehlKli AvCDDe PuaenKer ■*> Co.— Jobn 
7 mii.->JcntB±L Urrici, Pbllajielplii>, I'a. 

•Lombard, Twcntf-artb aad Soatb 
Sireet Paaaeaser By. Co. uiMrttM 17.1*1 mllei ol 
r<Hul, OHDi 304 UijiHi, b4 can and 4 ulDer Tablclca. 
iMncMrt, Win, K. Wirter, Kooeti W. Carton, Wm. H. 
Hbelmcrdlne, Kilward bamoel. H. A, Hlerenion, Phlla- 
delplda, Pa.-Jubu B. Pulunfl, Pm.. Prancia llails- 
liur.1, are, if Trtut., John M. Gontben. Om. aupl.— 
UEHkiui. Urricc, ».M> boalb Dt„ PnlladelpUIa, Pa. 

Paopla'a StracI By. Co. tScrantoii) openlei 



l'.,-,W. W. ColRH. /■,.»., T, W, I-ennvpack 
y.wi,-UKKiiuL UTrici.lce Waianl Piacc, 
pbla. Pa. 
Pbiladelpbia and Darby RR> * 



Pblladelpbia aud firar'a 



Philwlelphla, P.,-Wm, H. Kembli, J-nu.. P. A, B, 
Widenar. Ut Vlc/-Pna.,V,m. L, iCIklDS. -HI VictJ-m.. 
D, W, Ulckaon, are. <£ 7V»«,-Uaiiiiiui. Officb, For- 
[j-flral ana Havrrlord bti„ PhlladslpblB. Pa, 

•Pltlaburgb, Allcsbemy and maacbea* 
Ivr BU. 4.'o. cipeniiea a nillui of load. uwca 1TB 
huiMi aud 4U can. Dirrclon, Cliax, Atwrll. K. C. 
Gray, Jo», T, »p*er, Edward Grtgg, U. H, Allonon, Jr., 
Ptuabiirib, Pa,-CnM. Aivgll. fnt., Chnrlea Helban, 
Stc. * iTtai.. J, C. Colion, Supl.—tit^jixuiti. OrriCB. 
Ptilabnrgh, Pa, 

•PlllaburiEb and BlrmlnKham BB, Co* 
nrKTiw. aw mliu uf ruad, uwu. IDU li»r».ii and U 
, Patrick, ' 



ple*a Park Paaacnsar BB. Co. operate* , 

ri ut ruad.owDK 75 boiMci and lU car*. Wree- ' 
L U. KiiiK. J. P. Bp«r, D. r. Uenr*. William 
iX, Fraok Kabm. fi. K. WIimd, Wm. H. Ora- 
Du. B. Jackeuii, H. Kanfidau, Juo. Blatell, Wm, 
^ry. PItuuDrgb. Pa.; Jaa Aiidrswa, MUaburvta. 
■-- McUrterr, iVu., JL V. Kajnacr, ate.,J*r. 

. _ at., Wm. J. Cruller, JtaM.— OiHsaAL OF- 

m Ta«KUt St., Alkcbeof Ci(]r, ft. 

eopla>> PaaaancarBy. Co. (PUIadelpblaJ 

Wi 4a mtlen uf road, owua I,I6J boraoi aud 174 
IttrBteri.Vr. U. Hbelmccdma, lloben N. Cwion. 

ru mmuel, W. Kotcli WiaUr, JoUn H. Baker, Jr.. 
'hlliaelpbia, I'a.-Jobn B. parwma, Fm., Tboe. 



Ilujric. -It-iai.. ' 



Kdwi 



I — UBHKHiLL Urrici, Wib and Caraon au., PiiubnrKb, 
I P». 

, Plltabnrsb, Eaat I.lberty and Wilklna- 
I burnta B)r. Vo.—K. J. AilKu, /¥«r.— UiNEKit. Or- 

: 'PluabDrEb, Oakland and Kaal LlbcrW 

' BB. Cu. uperaicb u BLea of ruad. ouna 1«^ bonci 
' aud Ut tan, Hirtclon, Jobn T. Gordon. 1>. W. C. 

B. Mellon, J. tl belluii, PltUbor|[b, I'B.-Jubb T, dior. 
don, /Vm., 1), W, C, Bidniill, 7y«tij.— Gejuihal Urrio, 
PiUsborgb, Pa. 
PItiabnrsh Dnion BB. 4:'o. operaten 4,0G 

JameaU, Sewtll. R, C, QraT, AllrchFoy Cl'lj. I'B.; Bd^ 
vln BlBdlBj, Walur P. banadl, R C, Wrcnaiiall, F, K, 
Love, O, H. Allerlon, Putauorgb, Pa. — Janien U. 
UrKtll. Pm.. Cnaa. Belbrrt, Bk., Jmnft .1. Uunuell. 
7>«M.— GeHEKiL Officb, Aliegbniy cilj. Pa. 
PIUabnrKh and ITeat Kud Paai 



U Pnt.. Untld C. Golden. 



Chus. W. <.'arr, Aurf,, Wm HuiniB, Jfoi*. 1> 
Jho Yeo. Iliut. Cor Jmi.— GKHBaAL Ornei, S 

pbin St., FbiladelpUa, n. 



, James Caller', Ibi 

a-Aw.', 'I'uoa, H, BIebIow, Ac,. Wm. J 
-UanEMi. OpnPB, ■■" '- 



R»ri"i 



, Blgelow, i 



;i58 POOR'S DIRECTORY OP RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



PUtston KR. Co, opcraten 1.75 miles of road. 
OW08 6 hoi-sed and 1 car. mrec'tors, Iiuutc Eventt, M. 
W. Morri8, Qho. B. Everltt, J."irii»*8 L. Morris. Pitiston, 
Pa.; E. \V'. Miiliipm, E. L. Mul.ijfan. Wilkes bar re, l*a. 
— If*aac Evoriit. Pret., E W. Mulligan, S'c. M. W. 
Morris. Tte<i*., Isaac Everitt, Gen. Man. db dupt.—GES- 
KKAL Ofpici:, Pinstoii, Pa. 

'KeadlDff C'lly BR. Co. operates 4.5 miles of 
road, own-. W horsort, ib cars and ."J other vehicle;!. Bi- 
nc/ors^ II. A. Muhlenberg, Benj. F. Owen, Jus. L. 
Douglas, Cnan. H. Scheaffer. Albert Thalshirimer, Mat- 
thew Uarbsun', Readin;^. Pa.— Beujamin P. Ovren, 
Pre*., JaiBCH L. Douglas, Vice-Preft., 11. A. Muhlcnben?. 
Aw. rfc TrtUf.y John A. Rig;j, Gtn. Supl.—QRSHRAL 
OrriCE, Readin<;, Pa. 

.^Rtdaee Aveuac RR. Co. operates 16 miles of 
road, owns 847 horses and Gl car?«, Director*, Wm. S. 
Grant. Win. T. Carter, John Lambert. Henry Norris, 
R. A. F. Pcnros.', PhHadelphia. Pa.— E B. Edwards, 
P/w., Win. S B:i;;hi, .Sine. <t- Tr^-is.. Wm. Myers, Of.n. 
Suf)C.—iiKsi:u\L Oppick, Tair:y-bei:oud St. and Ridgs 
Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Sayre Street Ry. Co. operates 4 miles.— 
Howard Elmers. /Vt»., Wm. iireveuson, TVea*. — Gjcn- 
BttAL Okfk'E, Sayrs. Pa. 

Schuylkill River RR. Co. operates 3.11 
mile-i of PMd Dir*ictoM, Mitrhow Brooks, J. Hicks 
Conrad. "Wta. P. Chandler, J'M«ph Hopkmson, Thomas 
R Woodhoui^e, Samaul W. Woolhouse, Philadelphia, 
Pa.- Oliver Hopkin^on, Prei., J. Crawford Diiwes, 
3€c.—(iKKKRkh OrFicK, Thlrty-sLxth St. and Gray's 
Ferry R)ad. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Second Aveaue RR. Co, (Pittaburt^h) op- 
eratef 3.25 miles (if road, own:* 6) horses and 5 earn. 
DincU^rf, Geo. Fawcett. Ja"*. F. Fawceit, W. J. Faw- 
cetl, Geo. W. Fawcett, W. H. Collin;;wood, PittsbU'-j^h, 
Pa —Geo. Fawcett, Pr<#., Ja«. F. Fawcett, Sic, W. J. 
Fawcett, Tncu., James F. Fawcett, Gen. Supt.—dES- 
XR.VL Office. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

*Secuud and Third Streets Passenger 
Ry. <>o. (Philadelphia) operates 41 mil » of road, 
owns 67.) hurses and llAcars. IHrectors, Wm. Annpoch, 
Andrew J. Holman, Wm. SisenL>er^. M. U. Stanton. 
Edwin T. Eisenbers;. Ja<). Simpaou. Alexander Ij. Craw, 
ford, Jan. R. Whiiakcr, Jas. A. Fre -man Horace T. 
Potts. Geo. Iloff, Wm Dulle*. Philadelphia, Pa. -Alex- 
ander M. Fox, Pr^s., Chas. D. Matiack, SiC, Wm. K. 
Miller, Trew., Geo. W. Thorn, Soi'Hfor, Oavid W. 
Stephens, Gen. S'tpt — Gbnbkal Opficic, 2,tt53 Frank- 
fort Ave., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Seventeenth and Nineteenth Streets 

RR. Co, owns 7.5 miles of road, wiiich is leaded to 
Philadelphia Traction. Directors. John L. Hill, Sam- 
uel Daniels, Geo. D. Wldener, Wm. L. Elklus, Jr., 
Philadelphia, l*a.; Geo. W. Elkius, PiiiPburgh, Pa.- 
Matthew S. (iuiy, P/*«f*.. John B. Peddle, Sv. <t Tr^oH. 
— Gbseral Op^iob, Twenty-third and Brown Sta., 
Philadelphia. Pa. 

StroudHbarff PaMsentfcr Ry. €o. operates 
1.3S miles of road, owns lU horse^t and Hears. Directorn^ 
Jackson Ltntz, P. 8. Fasten, Simp-fou Fathcrmau Jacob 
Hauser, Stroud.sburg:, Pa. — Jackson Lantz, Pi-es. <fi 
Treait.s Jacob Hauser, .Sec.— General Office, Strouds- 
barg. Pa. 

South Side Pa««en|i:er RR. Co. (Pittsburgh) 
operaie<< 2.S miles of road, owns 80 horses and 1*2 cars. 
DincUyra, D. Z Brickell, W. T. Wallace, Thos. C. 
Lazier, William Brkkell, Geo. B. Hill, A. Lippman, 
Pittsburgh, Pa.; James S. Alexander, Monongahela 
City, Pa. -D. Z. Brickell, Pr^ti., W. T. Wallace. Htc. A 
Treas.s W. M. Rosborough. Gen. Supt.—QBSKUKL Of- 
fice. 2,136 Sarah St , Pittsburgh, Pa. 

•Thirteenth and Fifteenth Streets RR. 

Co. operates 14 miles of road, owns 507 horses. 78 
ears, and 5 sweepers. Dir-eclors, Rohert Cresswell, Geo. 
W. Hall, B. S. Kunkel, W. S. Warner, John C. Bing- 
ham, Philadelphia. Pa.— Thomas W. Ackley, iV'# , 
Thomas S. Harris, Sec. db Trecu., Wm. P. Cooper, G4n. 
Supt. dt P. A.,Vf. H. Flood, MasL Tr. Rep.. M. C. 
King, Ma»t. Car Mep—QasEHkh Office, Firteeutb 
and Camberiand Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Transverse RR. Co. opsrates 6.96 miles of 

road, owns %iS horses and 39 cars. Directors, C. L. 

Magre, Joshua Rhodes, C. F. Rlopfer, Wilson McCand- 

Um, a. F. KeMting, Pittsburgh Pa.— C. L Magee, Ftm., 

a K KJopfer, Via-PrM., Wiiiiam B. Ford, Qtc, A 



' Trtae., M. Elliott, Gen. Supt.— GEffKR jll Office, Pltti- 
buri^h. Pa, 

*i;nlon RR. Co. (Philadelphia) operates TO 
miles of road. Direetwiy P. A. B. Widener. Jamei 
Mc.Mane»>, Wm. L. Klkins, Henrv Bumm, Wm. 8. 
Stokely, M. 8 Qnay, Philadelphia. Pa.-W*m. H. Kem- 
ble, /V«»., P. A. B. Widener, Yice-Pre*., Jjhn B. Ped- 
dle. Sec & Treas., Jacob C. Pottv, Gen. Supi.—QmH- 
EK4L Office, Twenty-third and Brown Sts , Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

l¥est Philadelphia RR. Co. operates 21.50 
miles of road and leases 17.5 miles. JHrecfore^ P. A. 
B. Widener, Wm. H. Kombic, W. L. Elkins. Joe. E. 
Gillingham. Geo. D. Widener. Thomas Dolau, Thos. J. 
Yarrow, Jos. B. Altemns, Pniladelphia, Pa. — P. A. B. 
Widener, Pre/t., D. W. Dlcks<m, Sec. rf 7Wo#., Jsa T. 
Gormaa, Gen. Sttpf.—QnsKRAL Office, Foity-llrst and 
Haverford Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wllkesbarre mud Ashley Passonser 

RR. Co. See Coalville RR. Co. for ofttcers and di- 
rectors. 

* Wllkesbarre and Kingston RR. Co. 

operates 2.5 miles of road, owns 16 horses and 4 cars. 
Direetffnt, W. J. Harvey, H. U. Harvey, E P. Darling, 
R.J. Flick, Wllkesbarre, Pa.; J. B. Smith, Kinj^ton. 
Pa.— W. J. Harvey, I*r<ie. db Gm. Supt., A. J. Davis, 
Sec. <t TrfOjt. — General Office, Wllkesbarre, Pa. 

IVllllamsport RR. Co. operates 2.15 miles of 
road, owns 28 horses and 9 cars. Dircctorf^ Robert P. 
Allen. H. C. Paraous, R. J. C. Walker, Barnes M. Gam- 
ble, Williamspon. Pa.— Robert P. Allen, f*te$., Henry 
O. JParsons, Vice J*re$.. R J. C. Walker, Treas., James 
M Gamble, Sei\, Wm. Hains, 5m/><.— General ufficb, 
Williamsport, Pa. 

York Street Ry. Co. operates 3 mileA of road, 
owns 30 horses and 7 cars.— W. H. Lanins, Pre*., « •. S. 
Weij*er, Treae., D. K. Trimmer, 6Vc.— General Office, 
York, Pa. 

STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. 

*Paivtacket Street Ry. I^o. operates 8 miles 
of road. ~ A. B. • base, Preji., I). F. LongBtru«t, VtCe- 
Pre*. <t Gen. Man., E. N. Liulefleld, Trea*.^ B. A. 
* Jackson, /if^.— General Office, Pawtucket, R. I. 

*Unlon RR. Co. operates 53.855 miles of roM, 
owii!i 1 ,350 horses and 272 cars. Directors. Jesse Metcalf, 
D. F. Longrttreet, B. A. Jackson, Wm. H. IIopLisa, 
Chat*. D. Ovvan, Luclan Sharpe, S. O. Metcalf, Provi- 
dence, it. I.— Jesse Metcair. Pres., D. F. LoM^ireet, 
llce-PreJi. rfe Ge*i. Man., C. A. Babcock, SfC, <fe 7Vi»«., 
A. T. l»otter, Maxt. Tr. Rep., Geo. O Kane, Magt. Car 
.flffp.— General Office, Providence, R. I. 

STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Charleston City Railway Co. operates 8. SS 

(double track, 8, and branch, .35) miles of road^wna 115 
horse.'}, 1 mule. 32 cars and 3 other vehicles. Directors, 
Wm. Aikcn, John S. Riir^^s, Andrew Simonda, Henry 
Burst, H. II. De Leon, F. I. Pelacr, George W. Wif- 
lianis, I. L. Tobiai*, Cnarlet^ton, S. C— John S. Risgs, 
Prejf. tfe Pur. Agt., Evan Edwards, Stc. S Trewt,, 
Frank F. Whildcn, AsH. Sec. dt Treas., John H. Moh- 
lenhoff , '9M/>f .— Obmkual Office, 4 Broad St., Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Enterprise Street RR. Co. operates 18.5 
miles of road, owns 36 horses, 14 mules, 10 passenger 
cars and 21 freight csltb.— Directors, C. S. Gadsderd, 
Thos. Frost, C. C. Olney, I. C. Mallonec, 8. 8. Solomon, 
S. B. I'ickens, A. Oanale, Charleston. S. C; B. F. New- 
comer, Baltimore, Md.— A. F. Ravenel, Pres., W. B. 
Uayne, Sec db Trros., J. W. Passailaigne, Svpt. — Qcx- 
eral Office, Charleston, 8. C. 

middle Street and Snlllvan^s lalaad 

RR. Co. operates 2.25 miles of road, owns 15 horses 
and 7 cars.— B. Callaghan, Pres., F. F. Whilden, Sec. 
db Treis., B. Buckley, *Suy>/.— Genekal Office, 4 Broad 

St., Charleston, S. C. 

STATE OF TBNVE'^SEE. 

City Street RR. Co. operates 11 miles of road, 
owns 127 mules and 27 cars. -J. H. Warner, Pres, «^ 
7V<f<w., T. N. Van Dyke. AsH. Treas., C. R. Gaskill, 
See., Geo. Stnbblefield, i^ifp^.— General Office, Chai> 
tanooga, Tenn. 

^Cltlsen's Street Ry. Co.ofShelby Coantjr 

operate* 3S miles of road, owns 565 horses, 142 cars sad 
\ %i oVVkei -tcYi^cXQa. IHr«cior«^ ^%:gKAw)i^ WVU^ Thomas 



POOR'S DIBECTOBT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STBEET RAILR0AD6. 



Hiiowdoi, J, c. 

•.. Thomag Bar- 1 j 
nra. AM. Jfon., I 

Vklhcrland StcMit BalliraT Co. openlo . ' 
l.» Ditlrs ot road, aoi.- 40 uioki and Scara.- J. 8. i 
Bransronl. I'm.. Ptny Kmnatrd, tkc. JobD T. Vooa. . 
7W(U.-Ua.itBiLOrFica.Nuli*m«,TeuD. I ' 

JaelCBon Street Bj. Co.-U. W. Corr;, Jatk- ' ' 
»...Ti-ni.. 

*Knox Till* Street RB, Co. oircratn j.E m1le« 



BI Paao Street Ballivar Co, op«nl« S mile* 
It nwO, anna 40 miiln and it! carj.-J. K. CnMbr, 
ftyi., B. U Lavia, Via-Prn., H. W. MaTkn. 5«., O. H. 
Morehead. Trrat., H. W, Uarka, Supl.—tiutEMU. 
Orrwm. Bvvenlb St., S] Pt«o, T(i. 

Fort Worib Street Balltray Co, opcnlr* 



. Woodruff. £. J. 



1, iV<»,. T. L. Brti 



■.noBi 



ad St., Knu 



villc. Tcu 



Nabi-r Bell AveBne and Hardee Street 
Ballway Co. opeiaLmt.lS nilL» of road, hmdi W , 

Hood.M. E.Tbompaon. William ttiipa. Jainn'o'Coii^ 

.. r o-i.i. ^^ ^.-.,g„^t^ H H KdlBjrtoil, 

Mattnev. MtClimg, fi. L. 

_,._ ... N. Hood. Prti. B. L, 

milli, «(r. <^ 7>HJ.„ R. H, Bdlngton, Vt'rPni . M. K. 
Tuomp-OD. .Sui-t.. B. L. Hmltb. J'-r. Ail.. K. E. Thorni>- 
^OIl, Jfo«. n-. it Car Jlip.—QEHSini. Orricx, Knu»- 
-lie, Ten" 



aiarltct Sqaar* 



__ . _ * Street BB. Cn.-J. B Van 

Gilder. iW.W.H aiDionda. Tnoi , W. B. Him<]<»aii, 

SI., KnoiTille, T.nn. 1 

•Rfemphla CItr BB. Co, M* ClUno't St. 

R;r- '-». or Sbrlb; CuuDiy. 
mcGavock and Ml. Vervon Harae BB. 

*:°'"i?:;;n'5."" — ^ - ■- - 



d IB can. JMne- 
MonnD Jonra, 
h, Tci.-K. M. 

. ctPru.. 3. P. 

...A. Huffman. 7rtuf., S. Mima. Mip(. it 

., TomTmynar,J/(Ul. 7'r. ifi/i.— QaHiULOrnaa, 



^slkcr.J.lton 

■ II, K. L. _ 

-. '.± I\r. Agl.,l 

r. .6 Tna*., M, J. Rwmn. *-Hp(.. J/(w(. Cor and TV. 
7i.-tiMiUL Urriui, GalTv-lun, Tci. 
HoD»lou Cltv Mtrect Bv. Co. opentea 14.1 
Ilea or road, owdd IKi mnl«a aiiU 40 cara. lAriclor; 
m. il, Sinclair, J. Aiken, UaivrBton. Ti-i : B. F. 
■Miregor, J. Waldo. K. 1'. Hill, S K. Mcllbeaoji, 

■— " - ~ ■ clair, ftw., 

\.y. Sec. * 

Lin>pa>ai Street Ballway and Traiia- 

inx^KSiid 3 cart.— bo. M. SuixlEnM, Prrt. A Tim*., 
/ftijU,— Uuuul. 



<ara.-P, T, ]tcmb«rl. Pin., F. L. WBil*)', TMat., 
R. B. Levy, Sec. C. IL Booth. Gen. fiu;<l.— lilaUAl. 
urf icK. 1113 Tjtrt SI., LoDgvtew, Ti-r. 
MarKhall Street Ur. Co. oyenin 1 ro'lecr 



it ^. ^.. Jamti Barnaa, JtoMt. Car Stp.-Q*ll*t.it. 
Orno*. NaahYille, T»nn, 

Naahvlll' and BdceOeld Street BR. Co. 



-J. a. Uranarucd, Fnu . Pacer Klnnalrd. sa' , Jehn 
Voaa, 7VVIU.-UINU1L Ornci, NatliTillc. Tcnn. 
NaaliTtlle, D. and N. Street BB. ( 



, E J. 

Fry, I'm., Chaa. Cubb. Jr.. .*r. d Trtet.. A. C. Hjn- 
MH, Ofit. /iVpl.— (lamiuL Orrici, llartball, Tei. 
Parle Strret Bailway €n. oprratea I.ftmtlea 

-J, M.'lJBiilel, i->Y>,, il. y. Lalu. ur, Tr/ae., 0«J. M.' 
DunirJ, *e. rf/'. ,1., C. K. Tborii, .Ku;m. AJTsK. ttor 
ififi— OiKSiiAL OrricE, Pwig, Tei. 

rroapecl Hilt Hirret Kallivar Cn, opente* 
1 mile •!{ ruad. oxna S horr«a aiid 1 uc-Sam HiT*- 
.Ick. iV^.. V. .1. Mu»«, F(«-/^', * C. ^.. I). Oppen- 






a.UlO 



Yarbonirb, Treat., T. R. bonahiif, 
Orrica, NuHvllie, T(du. 
SoDtb NaabTllle Street tl 



I •San Antoiilo Street Balliwai' Co. operatea 

I ismllo uf in«i, oKoa KUtduIfb and US ctn. Mrte- 
, lort. A. Belknap. P. L. Talcoii, Janii r V. Norcomb, 
.JohnRobb. Swi Antonio. T«.; F, W. Piokard, Haw 
Turk, N.Y.— A. Bclkiiap, i>Ti., F. W. Pltkud, PlM- 
I /y«.. E. 1(. NoMOD, 5k., Jabn M'lilicra, 7Vaa»..r ' 
- ■■ Supl.. JobnB*}/. kofl. Tr. Xfi,. •"■"■" 



Fuller. JM.. Trial, i Svut.-QntiiMAL urrua,yruik- . 
lib, cor. Checrj 8t , NaclivUla, Tann. 

STATE or TBXA8. 

Aaalln Street Bailtvai' Co. opeistet T mllw 
or roftd, owni It h»»ea. IIO mnle* aid it cara,— Wm. 
H. Tubtn. ITti. d Trtai., Gao. A. I^roctur. Hee., i'ur. 
AQt. it ^Hpf,— OiMaBAL Orritm, Anatlti, Tut. 

Brenham Street Ballway Co. oparataa S, 
mllei ur [OBil. owi>s ISmolc* und Ifsn.-T. J. Pam- 
p«ll. JVu., J. A. KandJa, Ot.. D C, Qlddinga, Ttmh., I 
K. B. Kandie, Sa/it.- Oiaiaai. UmcE, Brenliani, Tei. 

Conamerce and Krw*j Street BB. Co. 



SWla, 

juu>(. 6'er Arp.— GiNkBAL UmcE, ban adiddId. Tin. 
Sherman CItj Street Balltvay Co, operate* 



XSm 



nermnii, Tex. 
a Street Balliaay Co. operatra B mllea of 

■ n. U hnra... .nri B ...r. IHnaori. Ed. BOtail, 

Fort. F. W. Koit, 



ral.S 



oad, owi 






V, K,' Kelliim, Oec. A Tn<H..'i. W. SsdlwrrjrS^K— 
liMiRAL OmoE, ^■n Koiih Fuunh Hi.. Waco, Tax. 
TBBRITOHY OF UTAH. 
Ogden Cltjt Balltl'ar Co. optralea 3 miira of 



lalll I 



1 «0 t: 



BB. (te. operaUi 4 JS mUeaot 

-Nil IS CMra.-W, J. Kelirr, Pn,.. 

E. Keller, A|p(.-Oii<kuL 



Ballaa Streei 
raid, own a T4 molea 
Ilirrr K>l]ar, Stt.. 
OrricB, Dallai, Tex. 

Daalaon Sirerl Batlwar Co. opttttea *.K \ 
Dillea of road, oiriu U mule* and f can.-C. A. Waltrr- 1 
bonae. Pr*:, i. t. CaBpbell, Suvt. A P. ^.— au.K»kL 
Omci, DealMD, Trx. 



UaMd McKFnilE, .See., Jam<a Jaik, Trriu., O _. 

Arnold, £uf,f.-OaiiiBai, UrricE, Ijill Lake Clti.Utalk 

\ia'\«» ot TOa4,(llwu»■»^^iat'•**^'*^"~■ 



260 POOR'S DIRECTORT OF RAILWAY OFFICIALS— STREET RAILROADS. 



Michael Qaian, John W. Cranston. Michael McKeoyn, 
Alberc H. Tuttle, George H. Cheney, Tliomas O. Lron, 
Jauiee C. Dunn, Ratiand, Vt.— Michael Qtiinn, Prt9.y 
John Woodbln. ike, Albert H.TatUe. Trew., Michael 
McKeoyn, SupL—QmHrn^u OrFicv, Rntland, Vt. 

Winnoski and BnrllnKton Street Rj. 

Go* operate* 3 miles of road (opened November 13th, 
1886), owns 20 horiies and 9 cari». Directors^ U. A. 
Woodbury, J. D. Hatch, K. B. Walker. Georjre W. 
Waleii P. C. Kennedy, Darlington, Vr.— U. A. Wood- 
bury, Pret. <t P. A., J. D. Hatch, Vlce-Pre«., Geo. W. 
Walee, Sec., L. E. Woodhouae, Treoi.^ K. B. Walker, 
Sapt.,, efc.— Gkmkual Ofpice, Bariington, Vt. 

STATE OF TIBGINIA. 

lijriiehbars: Street Rjr. Co. operates S.75 miles 
of road, owns 20 mules, IC horses and 7 cars. Direc- 
Uir$, C. V. Wlnfree. J. B. Shaner, h. L. Arniiatead, J. 
W. Dickerson, Jno. A. Lee, E, C. Uamner, Jno. D. 
Holt, W. 8. Adimi*, Stephen Adams, Lynchburg, Va. — 
Stephen Adam»*, />*«., 8w. <f Trtan.. Wni. M. I*ayne, 
H^pi^y ete.— Gbnkral Offioi, 811 Main St., Lynch- 
bun?, Va. 

]flaiiche«t«r Street Rjr. 9o. operates 2.5 mllea 
of ruad.-Juo. E. J aylur, Pren.y E, B. Mead, Htc. <fc 
y>v"W., B. K. Seidell, ^f//;^— Gem era L OrriuE, 1,115 
Muine St., Richmond, Va. 

'Norfolk Clly RR. Co. operates 3.S5 miles of 
road, owni* 70 hor»»e^ and 9D carj<. Dlrtdortty Jno. B. 
Whitehead. Alfred P. Thom, Washin^ton'Taylor, Charles 
Sharp. Parke L. Puindezier, H. C. Wnilehead, Norfolk, 
Va.: Wm. A. Boykin, Baltimore, Md.— Jno. B. White- 
head, PifR , H. C. Whitehead. Sec. «f /V^'m., E. W. 
»4avage, i9(/p^— Gknxrax Oppiob, 640 Church St., Nor 
Mk. Va. 

Petf^riibnrs SCreet Rallvrajr Co. operatc<t 3.5 
milM of rond, o^vntt 40 mnlen. tf horses and tf cars.— 
Geo. Beadle, Prop., Petersburg, Va. 

*Rlchinond Cltjr Rjr. Co. operates 7.5 miles of 
road, owns 185 hordes aod 4o can.—Direcfor/f, David N. 
Walker, M. T. Clarke, W. H. Harall. Thos. Peyton.— 
J. L. Schoolrra't, P/w., Walter Kldd, Sec. d lYeat,, 
Charles Selden. Siipt. <f P. .4., A. W. Pierce, MaH. Car 
i2<p.— General Office, Richmond, Va. 

l¥ASHINGTON TERRITORY. 

Seattle Street Ry. Co. op>>raie8 4.25 miles of 
road, owns 2i) horses aud e cars.— F. H. Oifgood, Pru.^ 
Geo. Kinnear, .*«:««.— Okneual Office, Seattle, Wash. 
I'err. 

STATE OF 1¥EST VIRGINIA. 

Cltlzen'ii Railway Co. operates 4.75 miles of 
road, owns .^5 horses and 15 can*.— C. A. Wingerter, 
P^-e*., Van B. Hall, 6>c., M. Loftus, ^t/;>^— General 
Office, Whcelmt;, W. Va. 

l¥lieellDff aud Elm Grove RR. Co. op- 

erates 8 miles of road, ovtns 4 steam motors and itt 
cars. JHnvtom^ A. Reymann, M. Kellly, J. D. Du Bois, 
F. Happy, R. A. McCabe, Wheeling, W. Va.-J. D. Dn 
Bols, Pre*., E. J. Rutter, .<?«?. dt Treas., C. Hirach, 
S'ipi., A. Palmer, .¥a*^ TV. Rep., H. Bowers, ifa«^ Car 
i?«/>.— Genkual Office, Wheeling, W. Va. 

STATE OF UriSCONSIN. 

Appleton Electric SCreet Rall-vrajr Co. 

operaieci 3.5 mile» of road, owns l.tK) hori<e-p<>\\ er vn- 
gine and 5 cars.— J. E. IlarrlMisn, Pre/t., Josepli Kof- 
fend, Trtati.. T. W. Orbit»on, <Sec.— Gknkrau Office, 
Appleton, Wis. 

Ashland StreeC Rjr. Co. To be built this 
spring.- Office, A^thlanu, Wis. 

''Relle Clly SCreet Ralliv^ajr Co. operates 4 
miles of road, owns 40 hordes an<l \» cars. OirtcfCTf, 
JohnT. Fi-h, Milwaukee. Wis.: Geo. B. Hathsway, J. 
B. Dodge. Racine. Wis.: uhas. Uatliaway. Cleveland, O. 
—John T. FiHh, i^*., J. E. Dodge, dec. dt. 'I'reag.^ Chas. 
Hathaway, P. A. A Gen. Man.^ Geo. B. Hathaway, 
aupl. it Mast. Car i?fp.— General Office, 811 Sixth 
St., Racine, Wis. 

^^ •C ream Cltv RR. operates 8.17 miles of road, 
^kn S6ft mules, 8 hori«es and 04 cars.— Winfield Smith, 
^■11., Wm Damkachler, Sec, F. Knehn, TVva*., Henry 
^■K. iS*i(p^.— General Orrics, 440 East Water St., 
Qkee, WU. 



Ean Claire City Rjr. Co. operatea 4.5 miles of 
road, owns 45 horses and 7 cars.— F. W. Woodwsrd« 
Fre$., J. S. BradstreetFiceP^f., George B. Shaw, See.^ 
George Copp, i$^tf|i^.— Gsnsiul Offiob, Ban Clslr«i» 
Wis. 

Ija Crosse CItjr Rallssajr Co. operates 6 
miles of road, owns tt8 horses and 18 cars. IHreetors^ 

B. E. Edwards. Geo. F. Good, W. W. Cargill, Lacrosse, 
Wis.— B. E. Edwards, Pre*., Geo. F. Gnnd. Viee-Prm., 
Jas. T. Daggett, Sec, Fred. Tillman, 7V«a«., Peter 
Valicr, Supt. A'. Ific, Geo. F. Smith. Supt. So. JHv.— 
General Office, f2i Main St., La Crosee, Wis. 

La Crosse Street Railway Co* Saceeedsd 
by the La Crosse City Ry. Co. 

niadlsoii Street RR. Co. operates 8 miles of 
road, owns 20 mules, 4 iiorr^s and 6 cars, only 8 of 
which are nsed. JHrectorn, D. K. Tenney. R. M. Bash- 
forcL Chicago, III.: B. W. Jones, Anurew Kentaler, 
E. W. Keyes, M«diM>n, Wis.— E. W. Kt-yee, Pres., D. K. 
Tenney, Vicr-Pres., B. W. Jones, Sec. <k Trea»,. An- 
dr»'W R. Kentzler, 5(/pf.— General Office, Madlsoa, 
Wis. 

*]IIIlivankee City RR. Co. operates 80 miles 
of road, owns <4U6 horses and T2 cars.— i>ir0Ctor«. Peter 
McGeoch, Alex. Mitchell, John Johnston, John L. Mit- 
chell. Geo. O. Wheatcroft. Milwaukee, Wis.- Peter Mc- 
Geoch, Pre*., Geo. O. Wheatcroft, Sec. <t lYeas., Geo. 
Kemmerlieu, Supt.—QKHEViAL Orricx, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Oshkosh Street Ralliv^ay Co. operates 8 5 
milee of roud, owns 2o hur^es and 8 cars.— Thos. Wall. 
Pre»., F. Zoiitner, Vice-Prejf.,J. Y. Hwll, Sec. <t 7V«w., 
L. F. Thompson, >$(//>/.— General Office, Oshkosh, 
Wis. 

IVankealia Street Ry. Co. projected.— Jsmes 
K. Anderson, P/s*., T. W. Uaighl, Sec. db J1r«w.— Gen- 
eral office, Waukesha, Wis. 

West Side Street RR. Co.— Washinnrlon 
Bf'cker, Prop, db ifan.— General Office, Milwaukte, 

Wis 

DOniNION OF CAN ABA. 

BelleTllle Street RR. Co. operates t rones of 
road, owns 12 horses. 5 curs and 5 other vehicles. iH- 
Ttetorn, Jaa. St. Charles, R. D. Conger. Horace Teo- 
mans, A. G. North up. Belleville, Oiit ; W. U. Anatin, 
Trenton, Ont.— David Lockwood, Prts., S. A. Lock- 
wood, Sec, Treag. <ft 5u;>^— General Office, Belle- 
ville, Oat. 

Rrantford Street Rall'vray Co. operates 4 
miles of road, owns 20 horses and tt cars.— D. A. Flack, 
Pree., R A. Pringle, llce-Pres., C. U. Flack, Sec. db 
7W<w., Geo. B.Wells, Pur, AQt.—OEKEViAh OrriCK. 
Brantford, Ont. 

KInsstoB Street Ry. Co. operates 4 miles of 
road, owns 28 horses and 8 cars.— Robert Carton, I^ts., 
M. iSergant, Sec db Treat., W. Wilson, Man. db P A.^ 
M. Barnes, Moft. Car i7sp.— General Office, King- 
ston, Ont. 

*IiOadoii Street Ry. Co. operates % miles of 
road, owns 4U horses, 14 cars and 11 other vehicles. 
Z;ir«c^o/«, V. Crony n, T. H. Smallman, W. Bowman, 
W. Saunders, H. B. Conyn, London, Out.— V. Cronyu, 
Pre*., Chas. Curne, Trtos., Jas. H. Flock, Sec, Henry 
T. Smith, 5(/77<.— General Office, Richmond St., Lou- 
don, Ont. 

•noutreal City Passeoffer Railway Co. 

operates 22 miles of road, owns ttf i horiHjs, 72 cars, 4U 
omnibuses and 71 sleighs.— Jesse Joseph, P/>«., W. H, 
HingKton, Vltfe-Prv*.. Ed. Lunher, Sec. db Trea* , T. H. 
Robillard, iS'efp/.— General Office, Moutreal, Can. 

*Ottaiv^a City Passenger RR. Co. operates 
3 miles of road, owns 4) liorses and tf curs. Directorg, 
Thos. C. Keefer, Itubt. Blackburn, W. G. Perlev, Chas. 

C. Bate, M. McNaughton, James Koche^ler, E. U. Brou- 
bon, Ottawa, Ont.— T. C. Keeler, Pre»., R »berl Black- 
hum, Vice-Pre* , James D. Eraser, i&«c.— General Of- 
fice. Ottawa, Ont. 

i^neheeStreet Railway Co. operates 8 miles 
of ro.id, owns 45 horses, U cars, 7 sleighs, and 5 other 
vehicles. IHr^ors, Charles bt. Michel, Geo. R. Ren- 
frew. Henry O'Connor, Gaspard Le Moine, John G. 
Thomson, Wm. liossack, Felix Tessier, Quebec, Que. — 
Charles St. Michel, Pres., Geo. R. Renfrew, Vice-PTM,, 
Samuel Moore, Sec, Trta». db '9tt/)<.— General orrica, 
bt. Joseph St., St. Sauveur, Que. 



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261 



St. John street Railway Co. operates 133 
mile:* of roa'l. owno 28 hora«*B, 4 car« and 8 nmoibiisea. 
— W. A. OrifflthA. Pr«., G Q. 8tnart.F<r«-/V*''.. W. W. 
Martin, Sec. A JVan.— General OrricE, Quebec, Qae. 

Sandivlch and lIFIndiior Ry. Co.— Henry 
Kennedy, /V«».— Gbnebal Opfice, Windsor, Can. 

Sarnla Street Rt. Co.— J. F. Lifter, Pr€9., 
Thos. Symington, Sec. A Treae.y H. W. Mill*, 3vpt.— 
General OrricB, Samia, Ont. 

St. Catharlned, IVerrliton and Thorold 

Ry. Co. operates 6.88 mile^ of road, owns 81 horses. 
7 cars and 4 other vehicles. Direct</ri», £ A. Smyth, L. 
R. Smyth, St. Catharines, Ont.; V. E. Fuller, Hamil- 
ton, Out— E. A. Rmyth, /Vw. <fc Sitpt.,y, E. Fuller. 
Vice-Prra., A. P. Friesman, Sec. db Treae., Samuel 
Sproatt. MmL Car J2^.— General Office, St. Cath- 
arines, Ont. 



*Toronto Street RR. Co. operates 37 miles of 
i road, owns 676 horses and 13ft cars. -Frank Smith, 
■ Jh^s., Jame.<) Giinn, Sec.. J. J. Franklin, St/pt.—QKK' 
' ERAL Office, Toronto, Ont. 

Uriiidnor Eleetrlc Street Ry. Co. operates 
1.5 miles of road, owns Van Depo«le motor. iN) borse> 
power enjrine and 2 cars.— W. M. Boomer, Pres.^ A. H. 
Joseph. Treae. A Sec., W. C. Turn< r, Supt.. T. C. 
Punting. jtfaA.— General Office, Windsor, Ont. 

IVInnlpec Street Ry. Co. operates 6 miles of 
road, ownH lOO horst^, 15 cars and 15 sleighs. JHrec- 
(ant. James Austin, E. B. Osier, Toronto, Ont.; A. W, 
Austin, R. J. Whiila. H. Archibald. Geo. A. Young, 
M. R. Austin. Winnipejr, Man.— James Austin, Pre9 
E. B. Osier, }lce-Prfe., Albert W. Austin, Sec, Trea* 
A P. A., Q. A. Young, Svpt.—Q buerai. Office, Win- 
nipeg, Man. 



* Indicates membership in American Street Railway Association. 



JOHN i EMERICK, President. Edward H. JOHNSTON, General Manager. 

SAIUEL LEES, Treasurer. 




Railroad Frog and Switch Co 



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MANUFACTURERS OF 



RAILWAY SWITCHES, STANDS, FROGS AND CROSSINGS. 

ALL SUPPLIES FURNISHED APPERTAINING TO 



Steam and Street Railways. 



Civil and Mechanical Engineers t Machinists 

and Contractors. 



Blue Prints and Bills Pnrnished on Application. Cohkkspoxdknck 
Solicited. 

Works, Chester, Pa. 
Oflace, 807 Walnut St., PMladelT^lxia.. 



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LUMBER AND LOaGINa RAILROADS OF 

STATES. 



THE UNITED 



(10) List of the Officers or Owners of the Private Lumber, Loqqiko 
AND Mining Railroads of the United States, with Mileage of 
Road, Equipment, etc. 



Alabama Grand Trunk RR. Owned by Alabama | 
Lnmber and Naval Stores Co.; 18 miles ; gauge, 4 ft. 9 
la.^rail (iron), 16 lbs. ; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 10 ; located 
in waahington Co.. Ala. : P. O. address. Mobile, Ala. 

Albion Lumber Co., Chicago. Owners of Smilea of 
railioad ; gauee, 8 ft. ; rail (iron), 45 \b*. ; locomotive. 
1 ; cars, 16 : located in Muhlenberg Co., Ky. ; P. O. 
address, Ricedale, Ky. 

Albion River RR. Owned by Hy. Wetherbee: 8 
miles ; gauge, 4 ft. S^ in. ; rail (steel), S5 lbs., also wood 
and Iron ; locomotive, 1 ; cars. t4 ; located In Mendo- 
dno Co., Cal.; P. O. address, Albion, Cal. 

Alderman, D. W. Ow-ner of 6 miles of railroad ; 

Sange, 5 ft.; locomotive. 1 ; earn, 8 ; located in Claren- 
on Co., 8. C; P. O. address. Manning, 8. C. 
Allegan and Lake Shore RR. See List No. 1. 
Allen Bros. Owners of railroad ; gauge, 3 ft. ; cars. 
4 ; located in Miller Co., Ark.; P. O. address, Texarka- 
DA. Ark. 
Allcyton and Big Lake RR. Owned by M. Duven- 

Krt ; 4>i miles ; gauKe, 8 ft.; Incomotive. 1 ; cars, ^ ; 
^ed in Newaygo Co., Mich. ; P. O. address, Alleyton, 
Mich. 

Alpena and Hubbard Lake RR. 12 miles ; gauge. 8 
ft.; rail (steel), 80 lbs. ; locomotives, 8 . cars, 46; cost 
of road, $'if*,000 ; Free., Albert Psck, Vlce-Pre-*., P. H. 
Fletcher, Trt'as., A. G Stone, Gen. Man., Ambrose 
Townsend, Chf. Eng., W. Wilcox ; P. O. address. Al- 
pena, Mich. 

Altoona Coil and Iron RR. See L1i«t No. 1. 

Amoskeag RR. Owned by Amofkesg Lumber Co. ; 
10 miles ; gauge. 5 ft. 9 in.; rail (iron), 40 lbs. ; locomo- 
tives, 2 : cars. IG ; located in Dodge Co., Ga. ; P. O. ad- 
dress. Eastman, Ga. 

Anderson Creek RR. Owned by Geo. B. Merrill A 
Co.; 6 miles; gauge. 4 ft. tt in.; locomotive,! ; cars, 18 ; 
located in Clearfield Co., Pa. ; P. O. address. Look 
Hayen, Pa. 

Angle Lnmber Co. Owners of 8 miles of railroad ; 
gauge. 8 ft.; mil (iron). 80 lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 
8: located in Polk Co., Tex.; P. O. address, Houston, 
Tex. 

Antwerp snd Packer Brush RR. See List No. 1. 

Arbonr, Octavo R. Owners of 2>i miles of railroad ; 
gauge, 8 fc. ; locomotive, 1 ; cars, .5 ; located 9 miles 
soain of Baton Rouge, La. : P. O. address, Baton Rouge, 
La. 

Arcadia and Betocy River Tram RR. Co. Owned by 
H. Starkes, Theo. £. Ebert and 11. .Mauntler ; 8 miles ; 
gauge. 8 ft. 6^ in. ; rail (iron), 2o lbs. ; locomotive. 1 ; 
cars. 16 ; lorated in Manistee Co., Mich.; P. O. address, 
Arcadia, Mich. 

Arcau Mill and Lumber Co. Owners of ^ mile of 
railroad ; gauze, 4 ft. 8 in.; locomotive. 1 ; can*, 2 ; 
located In iiumboldt Co., Cal. ; P. O. address. Areata, 
Cal. 

Armistcad Lumber Co. Owners of 8 miles of rail- 
road; gauge, 3 ft.; locomotive, 1; cars, 10; located in 
Rankin Co., MIm.; P. O. address, Armistead, Miss. 

Arter, W. P.. Lewis, W. 8., Bliott, Robt. Owners of 
15 miles of railroad ; gauge. 8 ft. • cars, 10 ; located in 
Green Creek, Falling BrancJi and Meadow Creek (5 
miles esch) ; P. O. address, Hinton, W. Va. 

Atlanta and Mount Pleasant RR. and Kildare snd 
ZJmdea RR. Owned by.Teffenon Lamber Co.; 15 miles ; 
e. 8 ft.: JocomativeB, 2: can, S8; located in Cata 
ex.; P. o. Mddre$p, Jcifersoo, Tex. 



Ayers, A. D. Owner of 4W miles of railroad; gaase, 
3 ft. ; rail (steel), 25 lbs. ; locomotive. 1 ; cars, 15 ; lo- 
cated in Newaygo Co.. Mich.; P. O. addre^'s, Otia, Mich. 

Ayres, J. K. Owner of 2 miles of railroad ; gang«, 

2 ft. 4 in.; locomotive, 1 ; cars. 4 ; locared in Montgom- 
ery Co., Tex.: P. O. address. Conroe, Tex. 

Babcock, Charles. Owner of 2 milt s of ra{1ro<»d ; 
ganve. 8 ft. 6 in.: cars, 8 ; located in Oswego Co.. N.Y.; 
P. O. addreps, Orwell, N. Y. 

Baird. E. A Bro. Owner of 8 miles of railroad; 
miige, 4 ft. 8 in.; cars 2 ; located in Alachna Co., Fla.; 
P. O. address, Hagne. Fla. 

Bark Camp RR. Owned by J. B. Walker ; 4H milor; 
gauge, 4 ft. tt^ in. ; rail (iron), 25 lbs. ; locomotive, ] ; 
cars, 10 ; looifed in Clearfield Co., Pa. ; P. O. adiref>s, 
Wintorburn, Pa. 

Barton County RR. F. P. Anderson. Minden, Mo. 

Bartow snd Dublin RR. Owned by Central Georgia 
Lumber Co.; 5H miles ; L'auge, 4 ft. • in.; rail (iron), 40 
lbs.; locomotives. 2; cars, 6: lo'-ated in Jefferson and 
Washinston Cos.. Qs.t P. O. address. Barton, Ga. 

Bayside and Yeatesville RR. Owned br Jno. W. 
Branning: 12 miles; gauge. 8 fr. 6 in.; rail (steel). 90 
lbs.; locomotives, 2 ; cars, 12; located in Beaufort Co., 
N. C; P. O address, Bath, N. C. 

Be^vor City RR. Owned by A. C. Batcbelder; 8 
miles ; gaaire, 8 fi. 6 in.; locomotive, 1 : cars, 8 : located 
in Crawford Co . Pa.: P. O. address, Tryonvllle, Pa. 

Beaver Mills RR. Owned by Rysn. Thomson ft Co.; 
12 miles ; gange, 4 ft. 9 in.; rail (iron), 30 lbs.; locomo- 
tive, 1 ; cars. 8; located in Union Co., Pa.; P. O. ad- 
dress. WilliHmj«port, Pa. 

Bfllevne Incline Plane RR. J. W. Kirker, Pres., 
Jno. W. Morrison, Sec, Joseph S. Bnnn, Treas ; Ro- 
bella. Pa. 

Bender, C. A Son. Owners of 4 miles of railroad ; 
gange. 8 ft.; locomotive, 1 ; can*, 4; located ia.Polk 
CO., Tex.; P. O. address, Moscow, Tex. 

Bering, W. G. Owner of 5 miles of railroad ; Kaaga, 

3 ft ; locomotive, 1 : cars. 4 ; located in Polk Co.« 
Tex.: P. O. address. Moscow. Tex. 

Big Trest.lt? RR. Owned by P. H. <?oodyear ; 4 xnUea ; 
gauge, 4 ft. 8^ in.; rail (iron), 85 lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; 
cars, 16; located in McKean Co., Pa.; P. O. addreait^ 
Bnflalo, N. Y. 

Bivings, Duke & Co. Owners of 5 miles of rsilroad ; 
gange. 8 ft. 4 in. (and U mile broad gauge) ; locomoi i ver J 
2 ; cars. 8 ; cost of road and eqnipment to date, $S8,000 ; 
located in Chilton Co., Ala.; P. O. address, Clanton.Ala. 

Black Lake and Sherman Valley RR Owned by B. 
B. Turner; 8V^ miles ; gauge, 4 ft 9 in.; rail (iron), f6 
lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 8: located in Thurston Co., 
Wash. Terr.; P. O. address, Olympia. Wash. Terr. 

Blackman Logging RR. Owned by Blackman Brofi.; 

4 miles ; gange, 7 ft. 6 in.^ocomotive, 1 ; cart, 4 ; lo- 
cated In Snohomish Co., wash. Terr.; P. O. addjneas, 
Snohomish. Wash. Terr. 

Blanchard, D. Owner of railroad ; gauge. 4 ft. A In. ; 
cars. 4 ; located in King Co., Wash. Terr.; P. O. addr«»e, 
Seattle, Wash. Terr. 

Blanchard Extension RR. Owned by Cbaa. Blan- 
chard's estate ; 5)^ miles : locomotive. 1 ; cars, tS ; 
located in Clearfield Co., Pa.; P. O. address, Wmtw- 
born. Pa. 

Blanchard BR. 5 miles ; gange, 4 ft. 8 in.; rail 
(slee\), 40 \Vi*.\ caxv ^v \waX*^ '^v ^VL.%z\ti Co.^ Waah: 



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Blogebnrf: Coal Co. Owneis of 3 mi Jcs of railroad ; 
gauge, 3 ft.; locomotive. 1 : cars, 15; k>cAted in Tioga 
Co. ; P. O. adflresB, A mot. Pa. 

Bine Jay RR. Owned by Barnea A Dancan ; Iji 
miles ; gauge, 3 ft.; cam, 6 ; located in Forest Co., Pa.; 
P. O. addreHS. Pigeon. Pa 

Blue Line RR. Owned by Chandler A Skinner ; 4 
miles; gauge. 4 ft. BU in.; locomotive. 1 ; cars, 15; 
located in Orleans Co., Vt; P. O. address, Barton 
Landing, Vt. 

Bodie and Benton RR. 8ee List No. 1. 

Boiling RR. Owned by the Milner, Caldwell, A 
Flowers Lumber Co.; miles; rail (iron), SO lbs.; lo- 
comotives 1; cars, 9; located in Butler Co., Ala.; 
P. O. flddreso. Boiling, Ala. 

Bond, J. M. Owner of 6 miles of railroad ; eange, 8 
ft ; rail (Iron), ^ibs.; locomotive, 1; cars, 20; C0!<t 
of road and eqaipment, $19,000 ; located in Montcalm 
Co . Jklich.; P. O. address. Grand Rapids, Blich. 

Boyle. L. V. A Co. Owni-rsof ll^ft miles of railroad; 
angf, 2 ft. 11 in.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, R; located in 

bion Co., Tenn.; P. O. address, Obion, Tenn. 

Bms^anzH Log RR. Owned by M. AlbertiKin ; 10 
milen; gauge, 4 ft. 9 in.; locomotives, S ; cars, 8; lo- 
cated in Ware Co., Qa.; P. O. address, Braganza, Ga. 

Kreed Ran RR. Owned by D. H. P»iterson ; 1% 
miles : giuige, 4 ft. 8 in.; rail (iron), 64 lbs.; locomo- 
tive, 1 ; located in Cattarangns Co , N. Y. ; P. O. ad- 
dress, Salamanca, N. Y. 

Brinkley and Helena RR. Owned by Brinkley Car 
Works and Manufaciarinc Co.; 10 miles ; gauge. 8 ft.; 
locomotive. 1 ; cars, 20 ; located in Monroe, Phillips 
and Lee Cos., Ark.; P. O. address. Brinkley, Ark. 

Brister. B. E. A Co. Owners of 3^ miles of rail- 
road ; gauge, 3 ft.; rail (iron), 28 lbs ; locomotive, 1 ; 
cnr.4, 2; located in Lincoln Co., Misa.; P. O. address, 
Bogne Chitto. Mi^a. 

Brockport and Shawmnt RR. Owned by Rtdgway 
Lumber Co.; 3 miles : gauge, 4 ft. 9 in.; tail (»teel), CO 
lbs.; locomotive, 1; located in Elk Co.. Pa.; W. U. 
Ilorton. Pres., Brnckport, Pa.; B. B. Cartwright, Supt., 
Ridjway, Pa.; P. O. address. Ridgwav, Pa. 

BrookH Bros. Owners of 2 milex of railroad ; gauge, 
3 ft.; rail (iron), 16 lbs: locomotive. 1 ; earn, 2; lo- 
cated in Polk Co.. Ga.; P. O. address, Seney, Ga. 

Bucks|K)rt and Elk River RK. 10 miles ; gnnge, 4 ft. 
83^ in.; rail (steel), no lbs.; locomotive, 1; cars, 40 ; 
capital stock, authorized. $500.0O>»: paid in, $^80,000; 
co?*t of road and equipment, $231,000 ; Wm. CariK)n, 
Pres.; J. M. Carson, Treas.; E. Everding, Sec.; Josiah 
Bell, Supt. ; located in Humboldt Co., Cal. ; P. O. address. 
Eureka. Cal. 

Buckle V and Douglass RR. See List No. 1. 

Bnell, E. A. Owner of railroad ; gauge, 3 ft.; cars, 
10 ; loc ited in Hertford Co., N. C; P. O. address, Mur- 
fre<'sb<»ro, N. C. 

BulPs Eye Spring Narrow Gange RR. Owned by 
Andrew Brown, Buffalo, N. Y.; 5 miles; gauge, 8 ft. 
6Vj{ in.; rail (steel), 25 lbs.; locomotives. 2 ; cars, 16 ; 
located in Carter Co., Ky .; P. O. address, Grayson, by. 

Burki, L. A Sons. Owners of 15 miles of railroad ; 
guage, 4 ft. 9 in.; locomotive, 1 ; cars. 10; located in 
Snwanee Co., Pla.; P. O. address, Bllaville, Fla. 

Bump, H. A. A Co. Owners of S mile* of railroad ; 
gauge, 3 ft. 6 in.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 4 ; located in 
Susquehanna Co., Pa.; P. O. address, Bioghamton, 

Burnham Branch RR. Owned by Soath Missouri 
Land Co.; 9 miles ; gancc, 4 ft. SVj^in.; locomotive, 
1 ; located in Burnham. Horton and Howell Cos., Mo.; 
P. O address. Kansas City, Mo. 

Bush A Belknap. Owners of 2^ miles of railroad ; 
gauge, 3 ft.; ears, 3 ; located in Warren and Crawford 
Co.^., Pa ; P. O. address. East Branch. Pa. 

Cache Valley RR. Owned by KsnsaA City and 
Southern Lumber Co.; 5 miles • gauire, 3 ft. 4 in.; lo- 
comotive, 1 ; cars, 5 ; located in Lawrence Co., Mo.; 
P. O. address, Kansas City, Mo. 

Cadillac and North-Eastern RR. See List No. 1. 

Cady MilU RR. Owned by D. C. Davis A iSons : t\i 
miles ; gauge. 4 ft. 9 in.; locomotive. 1 ; D. E. Davis, 
Pres ; S. H. Davis, Gen. Man.; A. B. Clark, Gen. P. 
& F. A.; located in St. Croix Co., Wis.; P. O. address, 
Cady Mills, Wis. 

Calcasien Lumber Co. Owners of 6 miles of railroad ; 
locomotive, 1; cars. 10; located in Calcasieu Parii^h, 
La.; P. O. addro-is. Lake Charles, La. 

Calcasieu and Vernon RR Owne<l by Lock, Moore 
A Co. and A. J. Perkins & Co.; 8 miles ; gange, 8 ft. 4 
in.; rail (steel), 80 lbs.; locomotives, %\ can, 16; lo- 



cated in Calcasien Parish, La.; P. O. address. Lake 
Charles. La. 

Camp A Hinton Bros. Owners of 1^ miles of rail- 
road ; gange, 4 ft. S]4 in.; rail (Iron), 20 lbs.; locomo. 
tive, 1 ; cars, 8 ; located in Marlon Co., Miss.; P. O. 
addrei»s, Piotona, Miss. 

Camp, T. D. A Co. Owners of 4 miles of railroad ; 
gani'e, 4 fr.; rail (steeh, 20 lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 
ft; located in Hertford Co., N. C; P. O. address, 
Coma. .V. C. 

Campbell, G. W. A Co. Owners of 1 mile of rail- 
road ; gunge, 3 ft; rail (iron), 20 lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; 
cars. 4: located In McEean Co., Pa.; P. O. addrefS, 
Kane, Pa. 

Carneti, Samuel. Owner of 8 miles of railroad; 
gauge, 6 ft.; rail (iron). 20 lbs.; locomotive, 1; cars, 
4; located in Dodge Co., Ga.; P. O. address, Dubois, 
Ga. 

Carney, W. M. Owner of 7 miles of railroad ; gauge, 
4 ft. 9 in.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 6 ; located in Escam- 
bia Co., Ala.; P. O. address, Williams, Ala. 

Carter, W. D. Owner of 5 miles of railroad ; gauge. 

8 ft.; rail (iron), 16 Iba.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 6 ; cost of 

' road and equipment, $ti,000 ; located in Bibb, Shelby 

and Chilton Cos., Ala.; P. O. address, Brierfleld. Ala. 

Carter, W. T. A Hrn. Owners of 2Ji miles of rail- 
road ; gange, 3 ft.; ruil (Iron), 25 lbs.; locomotive, 1*. 
cars, ; located in Polk Co., Tex.; P. O. address, Bar- 
num, Tex. 

Caryville and Geneva RR. Owned by W. L. Wittlcb ; 
20 miles ; gauge, 4 ft. 9 in.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 10; 
located in Washington and Holmes Cos., Fla ; P. O. 
address, Caryville, Fla. 

Cascade Mill RR. Owned by Borthwick A Frainc ; 
2mi)ea; gauge, 4 ft. 9 in.; cars, 4 ; located in Skama- 
nia Co., Ore.; P. O. address. Cascade Locks, Ore. 

Caspar and Hare Creek RR. Owned by Caspar Lum- 
ber Co.; 7^ miles; gauge, 4 ft 8H in.; rail (iron and 
steel), 35 lbs.; locomotives, 2; cars, 20; cost of road 
and equipment, Sl'<iii.000 ; located in Mendocino Co., 
Cal.; J. G Jackfou, Prei«., San Francisco. Cal ; C. E. 
D. Camp, Vice- Pres., Supt., Chf. Eng., A Pur. Agt., 
Caj«par, Cal.; F. A. Wilkins, Trea.<«. A Sec, San 
Francisco, Cal.; P. O. addre^s, San Francisco, Cal. 

Central Georgia Lumber Co. KR. 8 miles : gauge, 4 
ft. 8 in.; rail lirou). 40 lbs.; locomotives, 2 ; cars, 8 ; lo- 
cate«l in Jefferson Co., Ga.; P. O. addresj*. Bartow, Ga. 

Chambcrlin, W. C. Owner of 6 miles of railroad ; 
gauge, 8 It. 6 in.; locomotive, 1; cars, 6; located in 
Lincoln Co.; Miss.; P. O. address, Brookhaven, Miss. 

Champion A Hayward. Owners of 6 miles of rail- 
road ; gauge, 3 ft ; cars. 6 ; located in Newaygo Co., 
Mich.; P. O. address. White Cloud, Mich. 

Charron A Bonrgette. Owners of 4J^ miles of rail- 
road ; gauge, 8 ft.; locomotive, 1 : cars. 10 ; locattd in 
L'ike and Mason Cos., Mich.; P. O. address, Branch 
Mich. 

Chippewa River and Menominee River RR. 18)4 
miles ; gauge, 4 ft 8 in.; locomotives. 2 ; csrs. 130 ; lo- 
cated in Chippewa Co., Wis.; F. Weyerhauser, Pres., 
Rock Island 111.; O. H. Ingram, Eau Claire. Win.. Vice- 
Pres.; 8. W. Chinn, Treas. & Man.; William Irvine, 
Sec. Chippewa Falls, Wis.; Newton Mills, Supt, Wey- 
erhauser, Wis. 

Chippewa Lake Logging RR. Owned by Chippewa 
Lumber Co.; 6 miles'; gange, 4 ft ; locomotive, 1 ; 
cars, 12 ; located in Mecosta Co., Mich.; Charles E. 
Wyman, Pres.; D. Culler, Vice Pres.; H. P. W^man, 
Sec. A Treas.; P. O. address, Chippewa Lake. Mich. 

Chowan and Southern RR. Owned by Tunis A Ser- 
pen Lumber Co. and Tunis. Ecdes A Co.; 26 miles; 
gauge, 8 ft. 6 in.; rail (steel), 25 lbs.; locomotives, 2 ; 
cars. 30 ; located in Hertford and Bertie Cos., N. C; 
P. O. address, Tunis, N. C. 

Chnbback, O. W. Owner of 4 miles of railroad ; 
gange, 3 ft.; rail (iron). 35 lb«.; locomotive, 1 ; cars. 5 ; 
located in El Dorado Co., Nev.; P. O. address, Carson 
City, Nev. 

Clam River RR. Owned by D. A. Blodgett ; 5 miles: 
locomotive, 1: cars, 22; located in Mis-aukee Co., 
Mich.; P. O. address, Muskegon, Mich. 

Clear River KR. Owned by John E. Dubois ; 4 
miles; gauge, 4 ft. ^ in.; locomotiyes. 2; cars, 15; 
located in Clearfield Co., Pa.; P. O. address, Dubois, 
Pa. 

Cobbe A Mitchell. Owners of 6 miles of railroad ; 
gange. 8 ft: locomotives, 2 ; cars, 34 ; located In Wex.- 
ford and Missaukee Cos., M.Vs.Vi.v^.^^.'^^^^^^-^^^^'^^- 



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miles: ^oge, 6 ft.; locomoliye, 1 ; cars. 6; located in 
Walton Co., Fla.; P. O. addreM. Pen«acoIa, Fla. 

Columbia Kirvr and Gray's Harbor RR. Owned by 
Geo. W. Weidler & Jalius Ordway ; 4 miles ; gauge. 8 
ft; locomotive, 1; cars, SO; located In Cowlitz Co., 
Wash. Terr.; P. O. address, Portland. Ore. 

Comstock, C. C. Owner of 5 miles of railroad ; gauee, 

3 (t.; locomotive. 1 ; cars, 19 ; located in Kent and Ne- 
waygo Cos., Mien.; P. O. address. Grand Ra >ids. Mich. 

Conroe, J. Owner of 8 miles of railroad ; gantre, 8 
ft.; rail (iron), *20lb8. and S8 lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; csn>, 
4 ; located in Montgomery Co., Tex ; P. O. address, 
Conroe, Tex. 

Cook & Wilson. Owners of PX miles of railroad ; 
gaage, 3 ft.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 40 : located in Chippe- 
wa Co., Mich.; P. O. address, Michigan City. Ind. 

Copley and Manistee Road. Owned by Marthinm>n 
A white ; 6 miles ; gauge. 8 ft.; locomotives, 8 : cars. 
40 ; located in Lake Co., Mich.; P. O. address, Grand 
Rapids. Mich. 

Cfovell Bros. Owners of miles of railroad ; P. O. 
address, Whitehall, Mich. 

Crawford and Manistee River RR. 9^ miles ; gange. 
8 ft; rail (steel). 25 lbs.; locomotive, 1 : cars,S8 ; located 
in Kalkaska Co., Mich.; P. O. address, Manistee, 
Mich. 

Crescent Springs RR. Owned by Shell Lake Co. ; 8 
miles ; gauge, 3 ft.; locomotives, S ; cars, 5A ; located in 
Washburn Co., Wis.; P. O. address. Shell Lake, Wis 

Crowder & Smith. Owners of 8^ miles of railroad ; 

Suge, 8 ft.; cars, 4 ; located in St. Clair Co., Ala.; P. 
address. Riverside. Ala. 

Crystal Bay RR. Owned by Sierra Nevada Wood 
and Lumber Co.; 4 miles ; gauge, 3 ft.; locomotive, 1 ; 
cars, 4; located in Washoe Co., Nev.; P.O. address, 
Virginia City, Nev. 

Cummer, J. & Son. Owners of S^' miles of railroad ; 
gauge. 3 ft.; locomotive, 1 ; car^*. ^ : loc-atid in Wex- 
ford Co., Mich : P. O. address, Cadillac. Mich. 

Cummin<;8, W J. Owner of 11 miles of railroad; gange, 

4 ft. 9 in.; rail (iron). 60 lbs.; locomotive. 1 ; cars. 6 ; 
located In Hampton Co., S. C; P. O. address, Cum- 
mliigs, S. C. 

Cutler and Savidge Lumber Co. Owners of G miles 
of railroad ; gauge, 4 ft; locomotive, 1 : cars. 28 ; lo- 
cated in Montcalm Co., Mich.; P. O. address, Spring 
Lake. Mich. 

Dale. Dixon & Co. Owners of 14 miles of railroad ; 
gauge. 5 ft.; rail (iron). 85 Ibi*.; locomotive^ 3; cars, 
16; located in Wayne Co., Oa.; P.O. address, Savan- 
nah, Ga. 

DauAher A Melendy Co. Owners of 17 miles of rail- 
road ; gauge. 3 ft. ; locomotives. 2 ; cars. fiO ; located 
in Lake and Newayi;o Cos.. Mich. ; C. D Dacaher, Pref*. 
and Gen. Man., J. K. Danaher, Sec. and Treas.; P. O. 
addre«ff, Ludington, Mich. 

Deer Lake Lo.rgins Road. Owned by Geo. Ilume, cxec- 
atnr of Tbos. Bums* estate : 25 miles : gauge. 4ft. 8 in.; 
rail (iron), SO lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; cars, 25: located in 
Lake Co.. Mich.; P. O. address. Deer Lake, Mich. 

Dees' Tramway No. 1. G. M. Dees, owner of 1^ 
miles or railroad ; gauge. 4 ft. 6 in.: cars. 2 ; located in 
Calcasieu Co., La.; P. O. address. Lake Charles, La. 

Delta ('ypre5«s Co. Owners of 1 mile of railroad ; 
gauge. 4 ft: rail (iron), 16 lbs.; cars, 9 ; located in Bol- 
ivar Co.. Miss.; P. O. address, Shaw, Miss. 

Delta Lumber RR. 4Vi miles ; branch to Logging 
Oamp, 2 miles ; gauge, 4 ft. 8i^ in.; rail (steel, 2>4 miles). 
80 lbs. ; locomotives, 2 ; earn, 24 ; coot of roai' and 
equipment, about $80,000 ; located in Schoolcraft Co., 
Micb.: John A. Robinson, Supt.; P. O. address, Thomp- 
son, Mi( h. 

Dent's Run RR. Owned by Miles Dent Emery & 
Reading; 6 miles; gauge, 4 It 8 in.; locomotive. 1 ; 
cars, 26 : located in Blk Co., Pa.; P. O. address. Dent's 
Bun, Pa. 

Desbler and Wayback City RR. Owned by Ball & 
Smith; 5 miles: sauge,4 ft 8>/i in.; locomotive, 1 ; 
cars, 10; located in Henry Co., O.; P. O. address, 
DeshU-r. O. 

Detroit and St. Clair RR. Co. C. McElioy, Pree., 
St Clair, Mich.; L. B. Parker, Vice- Pres., Marine 
City, Mich.; Franklin Moore, Sec, Mark Hopkins, 
Treas., St. Clair. Mich.; V. A. Saph, Aud., Marine City, 
Mich. 

Diamond Valley RR. Owned by D. Gring and others ; 

Smiles; gauge, 8 ft; rail (steel), 25 lbs.; locomotive. 

1; cars. 4 ; located in Huntingdon Co.. Pa; Da^id 

IhflyJT Pres.. Newport, Pa.; A. P. W. Johnnton, Chf. 

Harrisburg, Pa.; R. W. Cline, Sec., C. C. Keller, 



Aest. Sec, Harrisburg, Pa.; P. O. address, Harrisbiirg, 
Pa. 

DonaIds«>n Lumber Co. Owners of 6 miles of railroad ; 
eange, 8 ft; locomotive, t ; cars, 8 : located In Hot 
Springs Co.. Ark ; P. O. address, Donaldson. Ark. 

Dowling, I . W. & Co. Owners of 7 miles of railroad : 
eauge. 6 ft; rail (iron), 80 lbs.; locomotive, 1 ; cars. 7 : 
located in Columbia Co., Fla.; P. O. address. Lake Og- 
den. Fla. 

Dry Run Lumber Co Owners cf 19^ miles of rail- 
road ; gauge, 3 ft; rail (iron). 85 lbs.; cars, 8 : located 
in Dallas to.. Ark ; P. O address. Dry Run. Ark. 

Dunham Lumber Co. Owners of 8 mllea of railroad ; 
gauge. 4 ItO in..'/;ral1 (iron). 56 lbs.; locomotlTr, 1; 
cars. 10; located lU Bntler Co., Ala.; P. O. address, 
Dunham, Ala. 

Dunham, Peters & Co. Owners of 5 miles of railroad; 
gauge. 8 ft.: locomotive, 1 : cars, 94 ; located in Lake 
Co.. Mich.: P. O. address, Cha^e. Mich. 

Eagle Mlllx RR. Owned by Thop. Keeler : 2^ miles ; 
firauge, 4 ft. 8 in. : rail (steel) 20 lbs.; locomotlvea. 2 : cars, 
8: located in McLean Co., Pa.; P. O. address, Wttmore, 
Pa. 

East Florida Land nnd Produce Co.. Limited. Own- 
ers otWH miles of railroad : gauge. 8 ft ; locomotiTe, 
1 ; cars. 9 ; located in St John's Co., Fla.; P. O. ad- 
dress, St. Angustine. Fla. 

EasU'm Sbore Line RR. Owned by Jefferson A 
Cruse: 6 miles ; gauge. 8 ft; rail (iron), 40 lbs., and 
wood ; locomotive, 1 : cars. 6 ; located in Liberty Co., 
Tex.; P. o. address. Keno.Tex. 

Idenfteld. I. T. Owner of 4 miles of railroad ; gange, 
5 ft; locomotive, 1: cars, 4; located in Emanael Co., 
Ga. ; P. O. addresK, Swainsboro. Ga. 

Egan, Wm. Owner of 2 miles of railroad ; gmnge, 
8 ft: rail (iron). 20 Ihs.; locomotive. 1; cars, 6: lo- 
cated in Bntler Co., Mo. ; P. O. address, NeelysvUle, 
Mo. 

Edgerly Tram Road. Owned by Hampton & Mil- 
ler ; i% miles ; gauge, 3 ft.; rail <iron). 80 lbs.; Inco- 
moilve. 1; cars, 5; located In Calcasieu Co., Ija.; 
P. O. addreies, Edgerly. La. 

Enochs, J. C. Owner of 2 miles of railroad : gange, 
2 ft 6 in.: rail (steel), 10 lbs.: locomotive, 1 : cars, 
4; located in Pike Co., Mich.; P. O. address. Magno- 
lia. Miss. 

Eppiii^er and Rn>sell Lngdng RR 15 miles : range, 
4ft in.: locomotives, 2 ; cars, 18; located in Baker 
Co.. Fla.; P. O. address. Oln«tec, Fla. 

Euuwville RR. See List No. 1. 

Faircbild and Eau Claire River RR. Owned by N. B. 
Fo>ter ; 22 miles ; ganee, 4 ft. 8^ in.: looomoiive*, 4 ; 
earH, 80; \ovaU>Cl in Eau Claire and Claik Cos., Wis.; 
P. O. addrrpp, FairchiJd Wis. 

Farreil. Wm. & Co. Owners of 6 miles of railroad ; 
eange. 8 ft.; rail (iron), 85 lbs.; locomotive, 1 : care. 8 ; 
located In Pulaski Co., Ark.; P. O. address, Wrights- 
ville. Ark. 

Fttrrin, M. B. Owner of 8 miles of railroid ; tt^ mllefi ; 
gance, 8 ft; locomotive. 1 : carp. 16: loca^d in Kal- 
kafka Co., Mich.; P. O. addrci>B, South Boardman, 
Mich. 

Fergufon. Solon. Owner of 1V$ mllcn of rai