Image from page 177 of “Railroad record, and journal of commerce, banking, manufactures and statistics” (1853)
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Title: Railroad record, and journal of commerce, banking, manufactures and statistics
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Publisher: Cincinnati [s.n.]
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries
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ficient aid to any road that would se-cure cheap coal. If somebody will build thecoal roads from the mines to Cincinnati, andsell the coal as proposed, nobody will object;but we deem it useless to ask for any assis-tance towards construction. The old mottoshould be reversed, millions for tribute, [tothe Pittsburg coal kings] not a cent for pro-tection, against their extortions. Railroad Earnings. FROM JANUARY 1 TO JULY 31. 1871. Increase.Atlantic & Great Western ,730,131 ,512,383 S7,748Burt.. Ced. Uap Sl Minn Central Pacific hie igo & Alton Clt-ve . Co.., C n. fc Ind.. Chicago, Dan &. Vtn Krie Illinois Central Ind , Bloom At West Kansas (acific :.. Lake Shore & M<ch. So… Marietta^ Cincinnati MitwtUKee & St. Paul Missouri. K-tneas & Tex… Pacfic of Missouri St. L. AH a !c Terre II..St. .., k. Iron Mountain.81 L . Kansas City k N.Tot, Peoria Sl Warsaw-Total (excluding roadsnot report, in 1871…551,788,547 ,988,531 ,223 384Ifet Increase 6,e00,0lD
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—On Saturday, 10th inst., a bill in equitywas filed in the Circuit Ct.urt of the UnitedStates for this district, by Mr. Munson, againstthe Assignees of the Boston, Hartford andE-ie Railroad Company, and the trusteesunder the Berdeil mortgage. This is similarto the hill filed by Mr. Dillon in May last.These bills claim a first lien on the proceedsof the bonds secured by the Berdeil mortgage,and on the property of the company pur-chased therewith securing those bonds. Ifthis position is sustained, the claims of Mun-son and Dillon, amounting to about two mil-Lous of dollars, will have to be paid in full. The National Railway. There is a good deal of rivalry between theB. & 0. and the Pennsylvania Railroad forthe control of I he avenue for the great trafficbetween New York and the South. It is likea game of chess, sometimes one leading andthen the other. In the last move the B. & O.is understood to have male a master play insecuring the chartered right across the empireof New Je
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