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ROLLING STOCK.

Leased. Owned. Number of locomotives.

3

38 Number of passenger cars.

21 Number of baggage, mail, and express cars.

11 Number of official cars

1 Number of box freight cars.

775 Number of stock cars..

22 Number of platform and coal cars.

166 Number of other cars (including 144 combination cars)

164

Total

41 21 11

1 775

22 166 161

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1,201

14

Total number of cars.

3 1,198 Maximum weight of locomotives and tenders, 47 tons; tenders full

of fuel and water.
Average weight of locomotives and tenders, tons.
Number of locomotives equipped with train brake.
Kind of brake: Westinghouse Air.
Maximum weight of passenger cars, tons
Average weight of passenger cars, tons.
Number of cars equipped with train brake.
Kind of brake: Westinghouse Air.
Number of passenger cars equipped with Miller platform and buffer
The amount of tonnage that can be carried over your road exclusive

of cars, by an engine of given weight. Weight of engine, 47
tons, tons..

191 18 33

20

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Average number of cars in passenger trains.
Average weight of passenger trains, exclusive of passengers,

tons..
Average number of cars in freight trains.
Average weight of freight trains, exclusive of freight, tons...

115 18.5 214

PASSENGER TRAINS.

Number of through passengers carrled..
Number of local passengers carried...

106,927 319,778

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Total number of passengers carried...
Total passenger mileage, or passengers carried one mile.
Average distance traveled by each passenger..
Average amount received from each passenger.
Highest rate of fare per mile for any distance, cents.
Lowest rate of fare per mile for any distance, cents.
Average rate of fare per mile for all passengers, cents.

426,705 18,111,564

12.7.15 1.3551

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FREIGHT TRAFFIC.

Number of tons of through freight carried.
Number of tons of local freight carried...

732,354 188,998

921,352

77,507,365 14,175,979 91,683,344

Total tons of freight carried......
Total mileage of through freight (tons carried one mile)..
Total mileage of local freight (tons carried one mile)..

Total freight mileage, or tons carried one milé..
Average rate per ton per mile received for through freight, cents
Average rate per ton per mile received for local freight, cents...
Average rate per ton per mile received for all freight, cents...
Average cost per ton per mile to move freight, cents.
Percentage of freight originating at, and carried to stations in

Iowa, to total freight carried in Iowa. (This should not in-
clude fuel or any material for the use of the road). .

.0124 .0310 .0153 .4000

19.8656

CAR MILEAGE.

Number of miles run by loaded freight cars east and south....
Number of miles run by loaded freight cars west and north...
Number of miles run by empty freight cars east and south,
Number of miles run by empty freight cars west and north..

5,336,517 3,994,507 1,421,794 2,569,676

Total freight car mileage....

13,322,494

21

Percentage of empty freight cars hauled east and south to all

freight cars hauled east and south.. Percentage of empty freight cars hauled west and north to all

freight cars hauled west and north..

39

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SPEED OF TRAINS, IN IOWA.

Rate of speed of passenger trains, including stops, miles per hour
Rate of speed of freight trains, including stops, miles per hour...

24 108

TONNAGE OF ARTICLES TRANSPORTED.

PER CENT.

TONS.

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Grain.

178,654 Flour.

25,748 Provisions (beef, pork, lard, etc.).

15,808 Animals..

96,710 Other agricultural prodncts.

9,594 Lumber and forest products..

250,586 Coal..

61,454 Plaster, lime, and cement.

6,192 Salt.

7,524 Petroleum and oil...

2,458 Iron, steel, and castings

5,278 Stone and brick..

5,421 Manufactures-articles shipped from point of production

19.39 2.79 1.72 10.50

1.04 27.20 6.67 .67 .82 26 .57

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10.728 Merchandise, and other articles not enumerated above.. 245,207

1.17 26.61

Total tons carried.

921,352

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TONNAGE OF ARTICLES TRANSPORTED IN THE STATE OF

IOWA.

We keep no separate record for Iowa.

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? United States Express Company pays a fixed sum for transporting within and up to a fixed limit of weights, and one and one balf first class rates on excess. The railroad company does not handle or have anything to do with the express matter or rates thereon as charged by express company, but simply carries when placed in baggage car.

SLEEPING-CARS.

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

termos do they run, by whom are they owned, and what charges are made in addition to regular passenger rates? The Pullman Palace Car Company's sleepers run on our road. We pay that company same rate per

milo as for a coach hired of any railroad company. 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 statē fully the arrangement by which these cars run on your road, the terms, and who receives the earnings. The Pullman Palace Car Company receive the earnings, $8,111.36.

UNITED STATES MAIL IN IOWA.

What is the compensation paid you by the United States Government for

the transportation of its mails on your road in Iowa, and on wliat terms of service? $150.48 per mile per annum for main line in Iowa. Payable quarterly.

TELEGRAPH,

How many miles of telegraph are owned by your company in Iowa? None. What other company, if any, owns a line of telegraph on your right of way

in Iowa, and how many miles do each own? 'Western Union Telegraph Company, fifty-two miles.

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

INJURED.

NAME AND OCCUPATION.

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North of Hamburg.
North of Hamburg.
Pacific Junction.
Pacific Junction.
Pacific Junction

Hand-car jumped track ; bruised.
Hand-car jumped track ; bruised,
C., B. & Q. switch engine run into side of train; bruised.
C., B. & Q. switch engine run into side of train ; bruised.
C., B. & Q. switch engine run into side of train : bruised.

DATE.

1883.
November 11 Jack Dunsmiore, brakeman,

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December 15 Charles Fache, laborer.

1884.
March 1 W. B. Munson, laborer.
March 1 W. S. Suddich, laborer
May 27 James Thompson, passenger

27 C. F. Adams. passenger.
27 M. I. O. Round, passenger

May
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Number of persons killed during the year...

None. Number of persons injured during the year.

7 Number of Casualties purely accidental during the year.

7 Number resulting from lack of caution, carelessness, or misconduct. .None. Number of persons killed while intoxicated.

None. Number of persons injured while intoxicated..

None. Number of Trespassers on track killed...

None. Number of trespassers on track injured.

None. Number of tramps and others stealing rides killed or injured.

None. Suicides in Iowa...

None.

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OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY, WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President-Henry Parkman, Boston, Mass.
Vice-PresidentT. J. Potter, Chicago, Ill.
Secreta yA. G. Stanwood, Boston, Mass.
Treasurer-E. E. Pratt, Boston, Mass.
General Manager-J. F. Barnard, St. Joseph, Mo.
Superintendent-J. R. Hardy, St. Joseph, Mo.

Assistant Superintendents-D. H. Winton, St. Joseph, Mo.; A. B. Barnard, Kansas City, Mo.

Chief Engineer-C. C. Chandler, St. Joseph, Mo.
Superintendent of Telegraph=G. M. Hohl, St. Joseph, Mo.
Auditor-C. M. Carter, St. Joseph, Mo.
General Passenger Agent-A. C. Dawes, St. Joseph, Mo.
General Freight Agent-E. J. Swords, St. Joseph, Mo.
General Solicitor-Strong & Mosman, St. Joseph.

DIRECTORS.

Henry Parkman, Boston, Mass.
E. E. Pratt, Boston, Mass.
W. J. Ladd, Boston, Mass.
A. G. Stanwood, Boston, Mass.
R. C. Watson, Boston, Mass.
N. U. Stone, Boston, Mass.
W. W. Baldwin, Burlington, Iowa.
J. F. Barnard, St. Joseph, Mo.
C. M. Carter, St. Joseph, Mo.
Date of annual meeting of stockholders, first Tuesday in March.
Fiscal year of company ends December 31.

General offices of the company are located at St. Joseph, Buchanan county, Missouri.

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