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Total freight mileage, or tops carried one mile..
Average rate per ton per mile received for through freight, cents
Average rate per ton per mile received for local freight..
Average rate per ton per mile received for all freight....
Percentage of freight originating at, and carried to stations in Iowa, to total

freight carried in lewa. (This should not include fuel or any material
for the use of the road)....

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CAR MILEAGE.

2,169,897 5,255,782 4,046,629

962,040

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..

Total freight car mileage.......
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...

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SPEED OF TRAINS IN IOWA.

22 to 30

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

9 to 15

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TONNAGE CROSSING THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER BRIDGE AT KEITESBURG, IOWA, FOR THE

YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1886.

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

75,418
29,960

Total tons....

105,378

TONNAGE OF ARTICLES TRANSPORTED WITHIN THE STATE OF IOWA.

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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, who supply agents and messengers, Railway Company furnishing cars. Freight taken and delivered at cars,

SLEEPING-CARS.

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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? Chicago, Milwaukee and & St. Paul Railway sleeping-cars to December, 1885; at present, Pullman and Woodruff sleeping-cars. Additional charges according to distance

go to the sleeping-car companies. What is the total amount paid by your company to palace or sleeping-car companies, to

what companies, and tre amount paid to each? Please state fully the arrangement by which these cars run on your road, the terms, and who receives the earnings. Paid Pullman Company $2,780.04; paid Woodruff Company $887.96; paid Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company $1,019.38. Total, $4,667.38. Mileage is paid by this company to sleeping-car companies, the latter recciving additional charges.

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 what terms of service? Compensation during year, $26,392.36, based on amount and character of service. Cars with proper conven

iences are furnished by railway company. What amount have you paid for receiving and delivering mail to and from stations on your

road in Iowa? $825.96.

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 owns 430 miles.

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REPORT OF ACCIDENTS FOR IOWA DURING THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1886.

KILLED.

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1885.
September 11 Pat Kangley.
· November 2Jno. W. Skene....
December 4 Jno. A. Widdy, brakeman.
December 24 Sharp, small child.

1886.
April

1 A. J. Stain, farmer.......
March 1310. Platt, hostler

INJURED.

Coupling-lack of caution; finger cut off.
Coupling-lack of caution; finger crushed.
Fell from train-purely accidental ; side bruised.
Jumping from bridge, slightly bruised.
Getting off moving train-carelessness; head cut, wrist sprained
Coupling-carelessness; finger bruised.
Coupling-lack of caution; hip bruised.
Coupling-carelessness; two fingers inashed.
Crossing ahead of train-lack of caution; bruised.
Crossing ahead of train-lack of caution; bruised.

1888.
August 27 S. Butterfield, brakeman.

West Keithsburg
September 5 D. T. Weaver, brakeman.

Clemons Grove...........
October 26 C. E. Auld, brakeman

Wright.
November 4 Benj. Schultz, section laborer. Morning Sun
November 14 Josiah Fisher, passenger.... .....

Gilman
November 21 Eugine Boals, brakeman.......
November 30jN. W. Bell, brakemaa................

Gilman.......
December 18 C. Allen, brakeman............ Lyle....
December 24 J. Sharp, farmer

Hampton.
December Mrs. J. Sharp...

Hampton
1886.
January
1 H. Cockrell, passenger.

Givin.
February 11 Jno. Gilliam, conductor

Lacey.
February 11 S. A. Kelley. brakeman..

Lacey
February 11 Mrs. J. H. Blair, passenger.

Near Dillon.
February 11 Miss Anna Hevrick, passenger. Near Dillon,
February 11 Mrs. Hannegan, passenger.

Near Dillon..
February 11 T. L. Seevers, coal handler.

Near Dillon.
February 26 A. W. Comstock, brakeman.......... Martinsburg.
January
13 Mrs. J. B. Bobin, passenger

Clay
January

30 H. H. Blackburn, switchman.... Marshalltown.
January
30 M. Young, brakeman

Ackley.
February 11 A. M. Condon, ex-brakeman. Lacey.
March 18. O. Adams, brakeman

Mason City Junction.....
March 22 Louis Nenor, section laborer.

Marshalltown....... March 28 August Jacob, brakeman

Excelsior

Belmond.....

Riding on platform-carelessness; finger bruised.
Broken whoel; bruised.
Broken wheel ; bruised.
Broken rail; collar bone broken.
Broken rail; face and hands bruised.
Broken rail; bruised.
Broken rail; bruised.
Coupling-carelessness; finger pinched.
Getting off moving train; claims was bruised.
Coupling-lack of caution; bruised.
Letting coal bucket iall-accident; ankle bruised.
Broken wheel; bruised.
Coupling-lack of caution; finger mashed.
Unloading iron; foot bruised.
Coupling-accidental; ankle crushed.

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Number of persons killed during the year,
Number of persons injured during the year.
Number of casualities purely accidental during the entire year...
Number resulting from lack of caution, carelessness or misconduct.......
Number of trespassers on track killed........

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OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY, WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President-Elijah Smith, New York.
Vice-President-Russell Sage, New York.
Secretary-O. H. Ackert, Marshalltown, Iowa.
Treasurer-Seth Zug, Marshalltown, Iowa.
General Manager-E. L. Dudley, Marshalltown, Iowa.

Assistant Superintendents--J. G. Johnson, Marshalltown, Iowa, and D. P. Phelps, Monmouth, Illinois.

Chief Engineer-Geo. A. Pruden, Marshalltown, Towa.
Superintendent of Telegraph-F.C. Eldredge, Marshalltown, Iowa.
Auditor-M. C. Healion. Marshalltown, Iowa.
General Passenger s gent-J. P. Nourse, Marshalltown, Iowa.
General Freight Agent-H. L. Shute, Marshalltown, Iowa.
Attorneys-Blair & Daly, Marshalltown, Iowa.

DIRECTORS, NAME AND POSTOFFCE ADDRESS.

Russell Sage, New York City.
Elijab Smith, New York City.
Geo. T. M. Davis, New York City.
E. H. Perkins, New York City.
Alfred Sully, New York City.
Edward E. Chase, New York City.
F. W. Huidekoper, New York City.
H. Kennedy, New York City.
H. J. Boardman, Boston, Massachusetts.
Francis Peabody, Jr., Boston, Massachusetts.
William Hanna, Monmouth, Illinois.

Date of annual meeting of stockholders, first Wednesday in June.
Fiscal year of company ends December 31st.
General offices of the company are located at Marshalltown, Iowa.

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E. L. Dudley, General Manager, and M. C. Healion, Auditor, of the Central Iowa Railway Company, being duly sworn, depose and say that they have caused the foregoing statements to be prepared by the proper officers and agents of this company, and, having carefully examined the same, declare them to be a true, full, and correct statement of the condition and affairs of said company on the thirtieth day of June, A. D. 1886, to the best of their knowledge and belief. (Signed,)

E. L. DUDLEY, General Manager. [L. 8.]

M. C. HEALION..

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 17th day of September, A. D. 1886.

O. H. ACKERT, (L. 8.]

Notary Public.

Received and Aled in the office of the Commissioners of Railroads, this 20th day of September, A. D. 1886.

E. G. MORGAN, Secretary.

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