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Grain.

.1,687,517 Flour.

105,330 Provisions (beef, pork, lard, etc.).

76,052 Animals.

514,966 Other agricultural products.

38,647 Lumber and forest products.

764,001 Coal..

1,181,072 Plaster, lime, and cement..

63,183 Salt.

59,152 Iron, steel, and castings.

113.653 Stone and brick..

101.867 Manufactures-articles shipped from point of production.. 59,390 Merchandise, and other articles not enumerated above. 803,277

30.2 1.9 1.4 9.2

.7 13.7 21.2 1.1 1.0 2.3 1.9 1.0 14.4

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Total tons carried.

.5,586,1410

100.

TONNAGE CROSSING THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER BRIDGE AT BURLINGTON.

IOWA, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1884.

East bound number of tons.
West bound number of tons.

1,113,061

832,269

Total tons..

2,2-15,330

TONNAGE CROSSING THE MISSOURI RIVER BRIDGE AT E. PLATTSMOUTH,

IOWA, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1884.

East bound number of tons.
West bound number of tons.

704,200 198,890

Total tons..

1,203,090

TONNAGE OF ARTICLES TRANSPORTED WITHIN THE STATE OF IOWA.

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Grain...

1,034,681 Flour.

37,188 Provisious (beef, pork, lard, etc.).

39,662 Animals...

227,613 Other agricultural products.

20.385 Lumber and forest products.

419,3744 Coal..

360,390 Plaster, lime, and cement..

25,678 Salt.

36,687 Iron, steel, and castings.

41,480 Stone and brick ..

27,962 Manufactures-articles shipped from point of production.. 52,171 Merchandise, and other articles not enumerated above..... 340,112

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1.5 8.5 0.8 15.8 13.5 0.9 1.4 1.8 1.0

1.9 12.7

Total tons carried.

.2,666,689

100.

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ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.

EXPRESS COMPANIES.

What express companies run on your road, and on what terms, and what

conditions as to rates, etc., what kind of business is done by them, and do you take their freights at the depot, or at the office of such express company? The American Express Company does the ordinary express business on the main line and branches, paying agreed rates for car accommodations furnished by the company. The express company loads and unloads all freight and cares for the same.

SLEEPING-CARS.

Do sleeping, parlor, or dining-cars run on your road, and if so, on what

terms do they run, by whom are they owned, and what charges are made in addition to regular passenger rates? The Pullman Palace Sleeping-car Company runs sleeping-cars on the road. The charges are two dollars per night for double berth. The railroad company runs its own diving cars. What is the total amount paid by your company to palace or sleeping-car

companies, to what companies, and the amount paid to each? Please state fully the arrangement by which these cars run on your road, the terms, and who receives the earnings. The railroad company maintains and repairs the sleeping-cars, and the Pullman Company maintains everything relating to the sleeping apparatus. The Pullman Company receives the entire earnings from sleeping accommodations.

UNITED STATES MAIL IN IOWA.

What is the compensation paid you by the U.S. Government for the trans

portation of its mails on your road in Iowa, and on what terms of service? Main line two times each way, daily (except Sunday), for large stations on main line. On the branches and at small stations, once each way. Receipts for year ending June 30, 1884, $114,506.82. What amount have you paid for receiving and delivering mail to and from

stations on your road in Iowa?

TELEGRAPH.

How many miles of telegraph are owned by your company in Iowa? 728

miles. What other company, if any, owns a line of telegraph on your right of way in Iowa, and how many miles do each own? No other telegraph company owns lines on our road.

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LANDS-CONGRESSIONAL GRANT.

358,424

None.

12.17 338,177.53 4,370,427.95

State the number of acres of land your company has already

received from the congressional grants. State the number of acres yet to inure to your company from

congressional grants. State the average price at which these lands have been sold or contracted by the company:

$ State the number of acres sold. State the amount received from sales. ...$3,279,495.82, price.

1,090,932.13, int. State the amount unpaid on outstanding contracts:

$838,294.59, price.

159,152.21, int. State the gross amount received from sales, contracts, forfeited

contracts, etc., up to June 30, 1884..
State the amount expended in sale and management of lands.
State the amount of taxes paid on lands.
State the amount realized from the sale of lands above the ex-

penses incurred in the management and taxes..

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997,446.80

4,892,123.89

551,465.99 257,134.15

4,073,523.75 REPORT OF ACCIDENTS FOR IOWA DURING THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1884.

CAUSE OF ACCIDENT AND CHARACTER OF INJURY.

Adze slipped ; cut right ankle.
Fell off cars; breast hurt badly.
Fell off cars ; left hip and chest bruised.
Run over; found dead.
Loading car; left hand bruised.
Carelessness; right hip bruised.
Fell from top of cir; killed.
Crossing track; right foot (ut off.
Jui;ped off car; both legs run over.
fell from engine : left side bruised.
Fell under eigine ; scalled his neck.
Jumped from train; right leg and arm broken.
Coupling; killed.
Fell getiing in engine ; lead cut and wrist sprained.
Leg cauglit between rollers ; right thigli bruised.
In Wagoli struck by engine; collar bone bruken and head hurt.
Loading rails on car: middle finger lift hand cut off.
Coal from engi:e struck him bruised.
Hammer broke from handle ; lower lip cut.
Unloiding ties, one struck him ; pelvis bone injured-died.
Brake wheel llew off ; tore flesh from right land.
Walking through bridge, train came beliinil; arm broken and two

ribs dislocated.
Jumped ; on account of collision: sprained arm, shoulder and ankle.
Standing on ladder and it isoke ; sprained back and bruised knee.
Druk, lying side of track; killed.
Piece of lammer broke; vein in left arm cut.
Struck by lever liandle; left wrist sprained.
Coupling : finger of left land pinched.
Planik fell on linn; cut in liead.
Coupling ; left arm taken off.
Caught in fr:g; killed.

(sprained.
Slack of train taken in while walking over cars ; fell, riglt arm
Slack of train taken in while walking over cars; shoulder dislo-

[cated, Jumped from train : broken rib and right hip brụised,

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KILLED AND INJURED.

DATE.

NAME AND OCCUPATION.

PLACE.

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1883.
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
July
August
Allglist
August
August

5 L. E. Staten, bridgeman
6 4. Merimen, laborer

J. M. Palmer, brakeman
11 D. E. Hyter. brakeman
135. L Anderson, laborer
16 G. V. Thomas, brakemali
17 1. Waliismitli, stockman
17 W. J. Martz, school boy
17 John Johnson, laborer
2010. N. Howard, machinist.
20 A. J. Schroder, wiper
25 H. NIcClosky, Passenger
25 Jolki Ronan, brakeman
29 D. Gilloy, brakeman.
31 H. liester, boiler-illaker
21 D. Dragoo, citizen..
30 Charles Kinlani, laborer,
2 Fred Wettry, blacksmith

J. Speelmall., la orer.
7 Jolm Bibb, brakemani
7 J. G. Maser, citizen

Burlington.
Vilisca
Glendale
Burlington
Lefflers
Creston
Creston
Chariton
Red Oak
Burlington
Burlington
West of Prescott
Mt. Pleasant...
Burlington...
Letilers
Red Oak
Creston
Outuwa.
Lefflers.
Leffers
Rome
Red Oak

30 Thomas

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August
August
Auvust
Allsust
August
Augist
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August

11 George Barber, fireman.
12 J. A. Holmes, nchinist.
15 V. Fitzpatrick, citizen.
10 Georg Frame, blacksmith
16 F. R. Eggleston, engineer.
17 John White, brakuman
21 L. Hallburg, lizborer.
22 Ed. Haridg., Swit:hman
2:3). Kiniz, brikeman
23 George Clure, Drakeman
25 S. Snyrler, brakeman.
27 J. IV. Gillvin, fireman.
271G. W. Gray, brakeman
28/J. R. Larmen, carpenter

Parific Junction
Letllers
West of Lucas
Lefflers
East of Fairfield,
Stanton
Lefflers.
Burlington
(reston
Murray
Tyrone..
Rome
Near Russell.
Brooke.

Train broke in two al ; back of head bruisell.

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August 30/B. Stiles, laborer..

Ketcham
August 31 Thomas O'Brien, brakeman.

Grand River
September 2 A. Murplıy, section foreman

Lefflers
September 3 Dennis Toomey, laborer.

Mt. Pleasant.
September 3 L. W. Pruuden, coalheaver.

Burlington
September $13. L. Kissinger, Duiler-maker. Leiflers
September 12 F. Holloway, citizen..

Glenwood.
September 2V. P. Collins, firemnan..

Murray
· September 12 D. Mitciell, machinist..

Lefters
September 14 Stephen Duin, tramp

\est of Danville
September 11 H. P. McCarille, brikeman.

West of Danville
September111'. J. (. Petuit, brikeman

Villisca.
September 1 P. Hitrtmani, ciijzen

Lefflers
September it R. Sherlock, switchiman.

Burlington.
September 23 John O'Brien, brakeman

Osceola.
September 26.J. W. Ma sli, brakeman

Rom.
September 27 B. Barularii, brakeman

liitriton
September (191), citizen.

Burlington
September 2.5 lacob Kink, laborer

Kocham
September 27 L. C. SkrusliilW, switchman

Ottumwa.
October 2 A. Myers citizen,

Mt. Peasant.
October 3 H. L. Lee, citizen.

Ottumwa
October Hoses Litter, brkeman

Crestoll...
Octoner 5 D. Joyce, citizen.

Burlington
October SIV, O. Bush, citizen.

Ottumwa
October 10 V. W. Brady, engineer.

Tuion.
October 11 L. P. Allillis, citizer,

Chitriton
October 1+ Frank Drei, second firemau

Grand River
October 1+!storge Kreiger. first firemnau

Grand River
October 14 C. Remington, brakeman

raud River,
October 14 BF Collom, engineer

Grand River
October 16 tenlien Ellis, citizen.

Fairfield
October 17) William Vance, fireman.

Cromwell
October 181 William Buckley, citizen.

Chariton
Otober 18 W Roicli, boy

Corning.
October 22 P. Nelson, coalheaver

Creston
Oct ber 30 W. N. Durr, switchman.

. Burlington
October 31 Nike Tobin, switchman

Creston
November 1 Charles Dearer, brakeman

Albia.
November 3.5. VicMurray, brakeman.

Pacific Junction
November 5 James (aton, boiler-maker

Lefflers.
November 5 Hettensliumb. trucksmith

Lefflers.
November 9 S. Mulvaney, brikeman.

Osceola..
November 9V. J. Carson, switchman

Burlington
November 10 B. B. Wrigiit, brikeman.

Burlington
November 10.5. B. Maxon, assist. superintendent.. Chariton
November 10 R. H. Owens, laborer.

East of Agency
November 10 Charles Poole, firenian,

Pacific Junction,
August 13 W. E West, laborer.

Creston.
October 2ly. Peterson, fireman.

Frederic

Fell from train ; head cut and back bruised.
Coupling : riglit hand bruised.
Fell under traill; killecl
Loading rall; left finger taken off.
Clining from car : right font cauglit between ties.
Stancling over engine-pit-rell in: Te-It alikle sprained.
Attempted to get on train ; lip and nose cut; deaf and dumb.
Jumped from engine : fille cut, anul Baully slook.
Rocker-arm fell iron engine and struck liis head ; bad cut. (broken.
Rar collision ; on flirt car wiiol broke in two ; rib anal collar bone
Rear collision : jumped from train ; cut head and left side hurt.
l'oupling; killeil.
Tumped from train; riglit slioulder dislocated.
Coupling : collar bone broken.
Coupling; thumb and first finger taken off.
Coupling; fingers badly bruiseci.
Coupling : billy squeeziel
Walkinyon trai.k ; struck by engine : left arm taken off.
Getting on moving train; second and third ties of foot taken off.
Getuing on moving traini kuees and bands skinned.
In wagon struck by traini; bruised ; (lied of lieart disease.
Irawiedl under Cars; killed (was crik).
Fell into clinker-pit; ('llt over left mye.
Walking on track : struck by train; killed (was deaf and dumb).
Jumping on moving train; struck by switch stand.
Collision ; figineer juunipedi Dildly bruised.
Jumped iron train ; foot cut off (was drunk).
Tiirown from train : face cut and body bruised.
Jumpeal from train on account of collision; right leg sprained.
Jumped from train on account of collision; bone in ankle broken.
Jumped front ain on account of collision : face scratched.
Full from train ; liead and shoulder bruised.
Struck by piece of coal; land bruised.
Crawled under train ; train started ; both feet run over (drunk).
Fell between cars; killeil.
Getting on moving engine: botlı fcet cut off ; died,

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Jumperl from cars ; chest injured.
Føll from top of car;left arm broken.
Coupling; first and second lingers of land crushed.
Jupil from engine on account of collision ; shoulder dislocated.
Right hand cauglit in crane ; fore fuger pinched.
Transom of car fell on leg ; log and foot bruised.
Hand caught between draw-bars ; land badly bruised.
Hand canglit between draw-bars ; hand badly bruised.
Copling : lest sloulder bruised.

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Sterping from engine; lell between engine and platform ; head
Fell froni hand-car; face cuit.
liauge glass broke; lands scalded.
Lumber pile fell on him ; left leg broken.
Lever slipped off grate ; breast bruised.

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