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Sand 4).: $6,298,551.5^

Porportion for Iowa 81,118,111.44

Per mile of road operated 2,486.95

Per train mile for passenger, freight and mixed trains,

(5,831,284, miles) cents on whole line 92

Percentage of expenses to earnings, less taxes 55

Net earnings per train mile, for passenger, freight and

mixed, (6,831,284, miles) cents 68

GENERAL RECAPITULATION.

►tal earnings ... $ll,425,125.oa

)tal receipts during the year. See page 328 — 8177,599.08

>tal operating expenses 6,298,551.59

Net earnings— earnings above operating expenses $ 5,126,573.4 4

>tal receipts above operating expenses $ 5,304,172.52

Tcentjige of net earnings to stock and debt 6.7

Tcentage of net earnings to cost of road and equipment. . 6.5

lOPERTY ACCOUNTS, CHARGES AND CREDITS BY WHICH
THE CAPITAL AND DEBT HAVE BEEN INCREASED DURING
THE YEAR.

idging S 16,153.53

md 405,278.59

issenger and freight stations, coal-sheds and water-stations 153,820.50
igine-houses, car sheds, turn-tables and machine shops, in-
cluding machinery and tools 315,410.89

irchase of other roads (specifying same) and all particulars :

Purchase Western Union Railroad 5,35.3,645.74

Purchase Davenport & Northwestern Railway 2,197,719.36

Purchase Chicago & Pacific Railway 1,61 6,087.98

Construction Iowa & Dakota Division extension 1,750,211.35

Construction Hastings & Dakota Division extension 216,938.12

Construction other extensions, etc., etc 584,004.78

Total for construction^ purchase, etc $12,609,860.84



*Ezp«nfe8 of elevatoni not included.



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1880.] CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL R'Y CO. 331

Locomotives, 26 1 176.604.94

Parlor, sleeping and dining cars, 4 80,248.10

Passenger, mau and baggage cars, 15. 45,591.35

Freight and other cars, 1.174 578 ,375.87

TotaZ for equipment $831.810.26

Net addition to property dcoountfor the year $13,441,171.10

SURPLUS.

Surplus at the commencement of the year $2,588,337.31

Surplus at the close of the year 3,435,441.83

The amount surplus in hands of treasurer and assistant treas-
urer, in banks in New York, Chicago and Iowa 1,288,970.45

Amount absorbed in construction 608,259.45

Amount in material and balances from other roads 1,588,211.93

BALANCE SHEET.

ASSETS.

Construction, purchase and equipment accounts $73336,637.28

Other permanent investments (as follows) :

Stock and bonds of Southern Minnesota Rail-
road 11,972,746.08

Stock and bonds of Central Bailroad of Min-
nesota 82,620.30

Stock and bonds of Minnesota Midland Rail-
way 376,695.30

Stock and bonds of Sioux City & Dakota and
Dakota Southern Railroads 298,109.15

Stock and bonds of McGregor & Missouri
River Railway 449,770.00

Stock and bonds of Pine River Valley & Ste-
vens Point Railway 55,000.00

Stock and bonds of Oshkosh & Mississippi
River Railway 205,000.00

Stocks and bonds and other securities, etc. . . 163,866.39



Cash items (as follows) :

Cash $1,288,970.45

Bills receivable 13,495.59

Due from agents and companies, etc 724,222.02



3,603,815.22



2,026,688.06



Other assets (as follows) :

Materials and supplies ; . . . $813,989.91 813,989.91

Total assets $80,281,130.47

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock $27,683,744.00

Funded debt 47,575,500.00

Unfunded debt (ojf follows):

Interest unpaid $ 18,596.92

Dividends unpaid 20,720.54

Xotes payable 195,776.08

Vouchers and accounts 1,009,702.25

Vouchers and accounts 341,648.85 1.585,444.64

rtoU and loss balance (if surplus) 3,435,441.83

Total liabilities $80,281,130.47



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332 REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [C

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, Etc.

Passenger train mileage 2,323,1(

Freight train mileage 4,508,1:

Switching train mileage 1,543,2(

Other train mileage 773,7^

Total train mileage 9,148,22

Number of local passengers 1,831,73

Number of through passengers 31,2i

Total number of passengers l,862,d(

Local passenger mileage (local passengers carried one mile) 81,606,3(

Through passenger mileage (through passengers carried one mile) 12,916^^

Number tons of local freight carried in Iowa 330,71

Number tons of local freight carried east in Iowa 218,9f

Number tons of local freight carried west in Iowa 111^]

Number tons through freight carried in Iowa 44,0(

Number tons through freight carried e^t in Iowa 27,65

Number tons through freight carried west in Iowa 16,53

Total number tons through freight carried, whole line 2,927,1 ]

Local freigfht mileage (tons local freight carried one mile) 389,220,7]

Through freight mileage (tons through freight carried one mile). 53,687,0]

Average number of cars in passenger trains

Number of miles run by loaded freight cars east and west 63,669,4£

Number of miles run by empty freight cars east and west, whole

line 26.918,9e

Percentage of empty freight cars hauled east and west, whole

line a

Average number of cars in freight train S

Average number of persons employed 10,85

Miles run by passenger, mail and baggage cars, east and west — 11,0933^

Miles run by freight cars, east and west 90,588,3£

Mileage local passengers east 42,090,24

Mileage local passengers west 39,516,0£

Mileage through passengers east 4,339,3^

Mileage through passengers west 8,677,n

Mileage local freight east 234,871,45

Mileage local freight west 154,349,2€

Mileage through freight east 30,143,24

Mileage through freight west 23,643,7'3

Rate of speed of passenger and express trains, including stops,

miles, say I

Rate of speed of freight trains, including stops, miles, say ]

TONNAGE OF. ARTICLES TRANSPORTED.

PI

TOHS. OKir

Grain 745,066 26

Flour 248,947 8

Provisions (beef, pork, lard, etc.) 41,780 1,

Animals 166,434 6

Other agricultural products 63^33 2

Lumber and forest products 527,924 18

Coal 196375 6

Salt 27,524 1

Railroad iron— iron and steel rails 24,451

Other iron and castings 119,738 4

Stone and brick 133.833 4

Manufactures— articles shipped from point of production. . . 42,179 1

Merchandise and other articles not enumerated above 589,035 20

Total tons carried 2,927,119 1(



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1880.1 CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RT CO.

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

NTJMBER OF MILES.



833



WHOLE
LINE.



IN
IOWA.



From Milwaukee to Western Avenue, Chicago

From P.J C. & St. Louis Junction to Milwaukee Avenue. .

From Kmnickinnic to Bay View

From Milwaukee to La Crosse

La Crosse line

From Watertown Junction to Madison

From New Lisbon to Necedah

From La Crosse bridge line

From Bridge Junction to St Paul

From Bridge Junction to Southern Minnesota Junction. .

From Milwaukee to Portage

From Horicon to Berlin

From Rush Lake to Winneconne

From SpringStreet Junction to Schwartzburg

From Stock Yards to Prairie du Chien Division Junction .

From Milwaukee to Prairie du Chien

From Milton to Monroe

From McGregor to Minneapolis

From St. Paul Junction to St. Paul

From Conover to Decorah

From Calmar to Algona

From Algona to Marion Junction

From Austin to Mason City

From Wabasha to Zumbrota t

From Hastings to Glencoe

From Glencoe to Ortonville

From Sabula to Marion

From Farley to Springville

From Springville to Paralta

From Marion to Cedar Rapids

From Madison to Portage

From Oshkosh to Ripon «

From Viroqua Junction to Viroqua

From Racine to Port Byron Junction *

From Eagle to Elkhorn

From Watertown to Hampton Coal Mines

From Davenport; to Fayette

From Eldridge to Maquoketa

From Milwaukee to Cement Mill

From Marion Junction to Running Water

From Marion Junction to Mitchell

From Sioux City to Yankton

From Davis Junction to Sioux Falls

From Chicago to Byron

From La Crosse to Flandreau

From Wells to Mankato

From Fayette to Junction with Iowa & Dakota Division

From Liberty ville to Liberty ville Junction

From Lone Rock to Richland Center

Total



82.20

.40

.76

196.39

.75

86.55

12.86

1.98

128.51

8.35

95.08

42.80

14.80

5.84

.66

194.40

42.90

215.42

5.61

8.77

126.11

161.29

89.33

59.00

74.14

127.96

86.80

41.30

2.30

5.40

89.00

20.00

82.20

192.00

16.50

4.25

125.60

82.80

1.20

62.31

44.30

61.00

74.00

88.00

811.00

40.00

25.00

3.00

16.00



84.88



8.77

126.11

123.17

27.96



86.80

41.30

2.30

5.40



125.60
32.80



42.53



25.00



3,000.26 782.12



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334 REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. fCl

Total length of road belonging to this company, miles 3,000^

Miles of siding in Iowa T 5

Total length or steel rails in tracks, miles, say 60

Total length of steel rails in tracks in Iowa, miles 19.0

Total length of iron rails in tracks, miles, say 2,381.7

Total length of iron rails in tracks in Iowa, miles 713.0

Weigiits per yard, steel, 56 to 60 lbs.

Weights per^rd, iron, 60 to 60 lbs.

Gauge of track, Wabasha to Zumbrota, Minn 3 feet

All other 4 feet 8Ji ir

ROAD8 AND BRANCHES BELONGING TO OTHER COMPANIES, OPERATED Bl
THIS COMPANY, UNDER LEASE OR CONTRACT.

Name, description, and length of each : '

Dubuque & South western, miles 41

Sioux tJity & Dakota 13

Sioux City & Dakota, in Iowa 42JS;

Total miles of road operated by this company 3,000.2(

Total miles of road operated by this company in Iowa 782.1:

Number of stations in Iowa on all I'oads operated by this

company 11'

Number of teleif raph oflSces in same »

Number of stations on all roads owned and operated by this

company 51(

Same in Iowa , IT

EMPLOYES.

Number of persons regularly employed on all roads operated

bjr company, June, 1880 10,82-

Same in Iowa, say 137J

EQUIPMENT.

OWKBD. TOTAX

Number of locomotives 344 34-

Number of passenger cars 14

Number of baggage, mail and express cars lOJ

Number of parlor or sleeping cara Ij

Number of freight cars (basis of 8 wheels) 8,60!

Number of other cars 261 9,13

Maximum weight of locomotives in working order 82,000 lbs

Average weight of locomotives in working order 56,000 lbs

Maximum weight of tenders full of fuel and water 56.000 lbs

Average weight of tenders full of fuel and water 44,755 lbs

Maximum weight of passenger cars 60,000 lbs

Average weight of passenger cars 46,660 lbs

Length of heaviest engine and tender, from center of forward
truck-wheel of engine to center of rear wheel of ten-
der, 45 feet, 3 in

Total length of heaviest engine and tender over all 56 feet

Number of locomotives equipped with train-brake 8i

Kind of brake, Westinghouse automatic air brake.

Number of cars equipped with train-brake 21

Kind of brake, Westinghouse automatic air brake.
Number of passenger, baggage, mail, and express cars with

Miller platform and bulier 21

If any part of road was first opened for operation during past year, state tin
date:
Patteraonville to State line, July 8, 1879.
Fayette extension. May 1880.



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1S80.] CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RT CO. 335

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.

EXPRESS COMPANIES.

What express companies run on your road, and on what terms, and what
conditions as to rates, etc. ; what kind 01 business is done by them, and
do you take their frei|?hts at the depot, or at the office of such express
company?

United States Express Company-
McGregor to Minneapolis and St. Paul. ) 4*,. ^ -^_ j„_
Conover to Decorah ^ f 7 1 .00 per aay.

Calmar to Mitchell )

Marlon Junction to Running Water >• $108.60.

Austin to Mason City )

Davenport to Fayette / 1 J^ times first class rates per

Eldridge to Maquoketa > 100 pounds. Messenger's

Fayette to junction with L & D. Div. . . ) fare fllO per month.

American Express Company—

Sabula to Marion $75 per month.

Farley to Springville )1% times first class rates per

Springville to Paralta >• 100 pounds; $1.50 per day,

Marion to Cedar Bapids ) messenger's fare.

Sioux City to Yankton 1 ^^ times first class rates per

. I 100 pounds. Butter, beer

Davis Junction to Sioux Falls ( and game 1st class, and 10

J per cent additional.



Do a general express business. Freights taken at depots.

TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES.

WTiat freight and transportation companies run on your road, and on
what terms and on what conditions as to rates, use of track, machinery,
repairs of cars, etc.; do they use the cars of your comjpany, or those
furnished by themselves, and are their cars or their freight given aily
preference in spe^ or order of transportation, and if so, in what par-
ticular?

All fast freight lines doing business between eastern and northwestern
points run over the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Road, but no con-
tract or special arrangement exists whereby different rates from those
charged tne general public are made on freight secured by such fast
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REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS,



Vhat amount have you paid other corporations, car loaning companies
(stock companies) or individuals, not operating rcUiroads, for the use of
cars, stating name of individuals or company, place of location of gen-
eral office 01 said company, and amount paid to each ?



NAME.



LOCATION.



Lmes, M. T

Lnderson & Co

Lmot, M. H. & Co

Lmes Transportation Vo

)lue Line

Jhicago & Wil. Coal Co

Jomstock C, Co

k)mmercial Express

Jase, J. I

Janada Southern Line

empire Line

Srie & North Shore

Srie & North Shore Dispatch

iJureka Coal Co

•"ish Brothers

i'all Brook Coal Co

rreat Eastern Line

loosac Tunnel Line

Jersey Lumber Co

lichig^n Air Line

lann^rothers

tf enasha Wooden- ware Co ,

tforrison, A. H

Merchants' Dispatch Transportation Co.

Mitchell, Lewis & Co

liowbiy, G. M

National Line

National Dispatch Line

*eru Coal Co

lend, W. P. & Co

Rochester State Line

led Line ^

Itar Union Line ,

It. Louis Refrigerator Car Company —

Itreator Coal Co

Tiffany Refrigerator Co

Jnited States Express Co

V.C.&M.M.CO

Vhite-Line

Vatson Coal Co

)elaware & H. C. Co

Zimmerman Refrigerator Co



Total



Chicago, Ills

New York City

Elmira, New York. .

Chicago, Ills

Rochester, N. Y

Chicago, Ills

Grand Rapids, Mich .

Chicago, Ills

Racine, Wis

Buffalo,N.Y

Philadelphia, Pa. ...
London, Ontario —

Detroit, Mich

Chicago, Ills

Racine, Wis

Coming, N. Y

Montreal, Canada. . .
Rochester, N. Y —

Muscatine, Iowa

Romeo, Mich

Milwaukee, Wis. . . .

Mena8ha,Wis

St. Joseph, Mich —

New York City

Racine, Wis

North Adams, Mass.

Pittsburgh, Pa

St. Albans, Vt

Peru, Ills

Chicago, Ills

Rochester, N. Y. ...

Buffalo, N.Y

Pittsburgh, Pa

St. Louis, Mo

Streator, Ills

Chicago, Ills.

New York City

Chicago, Ills

Buffalo, N.Y

Indianapolis, Ind. . .

Albany, N.Y

iChicago, Ills



Ye run no dining cars,
the company.



SLEEPING CARS.

The sleepers and parlor cars we use are owned by



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387



Additional charges for accpmmodation are as follows:

Between Chicago and Milwaukee, and La Crosse and Prairie du Chien^
$l.5a Between Chicago and Milwaukee, and St Paul and Minneapolis,
$2i)0. Between Milwaukee and Rock Island, $1.50.

In parlor oars—

Between Chicago and Milwaukee, 35 cents. Between Chicago and inter-
mediate points, 25 cents. Between Milwaukee and intermediate points,
25 cents.

In making a through line from St Louis to Minneapolis, in connection with
the Central Railway of Iowa, two Pullman cars run over our road under
an arrangement which was made by the Central Railway of Iowa. In
this case the Pullman Palace Car Company receive the earnings and
keep the cars in perfect repair at their own expense, we paying 3 cents
per mile for the use of the cars on our portion of the line.

UNITED STATES MAIL.

Receipts for carrying mails—

McGregor to State line, $03.20 per mile per annum.
Conover to Decorah, $52.16 per mile per annum.
Calmar to Sheldon, $56.78 per mile per annum.
Mason City to State line, $65.84 per mile per annum.
SabuLa to Marion, $52.16 per mile per annum.
[ Farley to Cedar Rapids, $54.72 per mile per annum.
Davenport to Fayette> $44.46 per mile per annum.
Davenport to Maquoketa, $42.75 per mne per annum,
Sioux City to Yankton, $68.40 per mile per annum.
Sioux City to Sioux Falls, $42.75 per mile per annum.
Sheldon to State line, $70.97 per mile per annum.



LOCAL AID IN BUILDING ROAD.



See next paragraph.



COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

For answers to questions on pa^e 20 of return blank, we state that the pres-
ent companv was organized in 1863, and comprises various lines of road
which had been built by other companies, the records of which are not
all in our possession; on which account it is impossible to give the
information desired.

BRIDGES BUILT IN IOWA DURING THE YEAR,



LOOATIOV.


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Horttiof BlgRo<A

Horth of Oxford Min«

South of Montloello


Howe TnxM ....

How« TruM

HoweTniM ... .

Plla bridges

Pile bridges... .

Howe TroM ... .

HoweTniM


Wood

Wood

Wood

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Wood

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140 feet

aosfeet

W feet

«,6l« feet

a,ao»feet

1,160 feet

108 feet

108 feet


JaniiAry 1880.
Ootober 1879.
Deo. 1879.










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Over Biff Slonz Rtrw, westof Ww-


1879.
1879.



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REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [01

wo. nm

ber pile and trestle bridges and length in Iowa 765 66,911

ber of spans of bridges, of 100 feet and upward 17

ber of stone arch culverts and viaducts 304 1,61(

ber of crossings of highways at grade 800

ber of crossings of highways over railroad 4

ber of crossings of highways under railroad 10

ber of highway bridges 18 feet above track 4

ber of crossings at which Rates or flagmen are maintained 4

ber of railroad crossings at grade (specifying each) 8

llinois Central Railroad, at Charles City.

Turlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway, at Nora Springs an<]

Plymouth.
Jentral Railway of Iowa, at Mason City Junction,
linneapolis & St. Louis Railway, at Britt.
Jhicago & Northwestern Railway, at Wheatland.
Ihicago & Northwestern Railway, at De Witt.
Chicago and Northwestern Railway, at Delmar Jimction.
lurlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway, at Donovan,
ber of railroad crossings over other railroads (specifying each) :
>ne at Center Junction over Chicago & Northwestern Rial way.
>ne at Delaware over Illinois Central Railway.



RATES OF FARE, Etc.

age rate of fare per mile received from passengers to and

rom other roads, cents 2.9!

age rate of fare per mile received from all passengers,

ents ^ 2.91

age rate of local freight per ton per mile on roads operar

3(1 by this company, cents 1.71

age rate of freight per ton per mile received from freight

3 and from other roads, cents 1.21

age rate per ton per mile received for all freight carried,

ents 1.7!

CAPITAL STOCK.

al stock issued, number of shares, 276,837.44 ; amount paid

1 $ 27,683,744.00

amount paid in as per books of the company 9 27,683,744.0(

. number of stockholders 2,391

ber of stockholders in Iowa l

nnt of stock held in Iowa 9 200.00

al stock per mile 9,227.00



DUBUQUE & SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY.

following report of the Dubuque Southwentem Railroad (now operated by the Chicago, im
) k St. Paul Bailwaj Company) is supplied by the latter, which the Oommlstionen aiwume i
luded elaewhere in thia return.

Capital stock.

trred stock I 689,600.00

non stock 588,400.00

aonal Com. Share scrip 1,862.00

bional preferred scrip 942.50

$ 1,18C304JM



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Debt.

Preferred bonds $ 78,000.00

First mortgage bonds 460,000,00

Funded coupons (first mortgage bonds) 19,915.00

Coupons, first mortgage bonds 129,710.00

Coupons number 26, preferred bonds 140.00

Coupons number 27 140.00

Coupons number 28 140.00

Coupons number 29 140.00

Coupons number 30 140.00 $ 079,064.90

Interest on funded coupons 789.90

Total $ 1369,869.40



DEBT.



NAME OP BOND.



INTEREST.



I*



When payable.






Consolidated

Consolidated old issue

La Crosse Division

Iowa & Minnesota Division

Prairie du Chien Division 1st —

Prairie du Cbien Division 2d

Chicago & Milwaukee Division. . .

St. Paul (at River) Division

Iowa & Dakota Division

Iowa & Dakota Division, extension

Hastings & Dakota Division

Second Mortgage

Minnesota Central

lOlwaukee & Western

Real Estate Purchase Money

Land Grant Income

Southwestern Division

La Crosse & Davenport Division.

Southern Minnesota Division

Chicago & Pacific Division



1876
1874
1868
1867
1868
1868
1873
1872
1869
1878
1872
1864
1864
1861
1864
1880
1879
1879
1880
1880



1905 7



1904
1893
1897
1898



1903
1902
1899
1908
1902
1884
1894
1891

1890
1909
1919
1910
1910



7
7
7
8

7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
6
6
6
6



Jan. and July.
Jan. and July.
Jan. and July.
Jan. and July.
Feb. and Aug.
Feb. and Aug.
Jan. and July.
Jan. and July. .
Jan. and July..
Jan. and July. .
Jan. and July..
April and Oct. .
Jan. and July..
Jan. and July..
Jan. and July. .
Jan, and July, .
Jan. and July.-
Jan. and July. .
Jan. and July. .
Jan. and July.,



9 9,708,000
262,000
6,600,000
3,810,000
8,674,000
1,316,000
2,600,000
4,000,000
689,000
3,826,000
129,000
387,000
183,000
216,000
97,600
398,000
4,000,000
2,260,000
891,000
2,760,000



Total.



$ 47,676,600



Total amount of debt liabilites, per mile $ 16,867.00

Stock, per mile 9,227.00



Stock and debt, per mile.



26,084.00



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1880.] CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & St. PAUL RT CO. 34I

RECAPITULATION OF ACCIDENTS.

Killed— Employes— from causes beyond their control 1

From misconduct or want of caution 2

Others— trespassing, on track, etc 1

Total killed 4

Injured— Employes— from causes beyond their control 2

From misconduct or want of caution 18

Others— stealing rides and trespassing, on track, etc 8

Total injured 28

OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY, WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President— Alex. Mitchell, Milwaukee.

Vice-President— Jvliua Wadsworth, New York.

Secretary— B,, D. Jennings, Milwaukee.

Treasurer— U, D. Jennings, Milwaukee.

General Manaaer—S, S. Merrill, Milwaukee.

General Superintendent— W. C. Van Home. Milwaukee.

Division Superintendents— R. C. Atkins, D. A. Olive, Jno. M. Egan, S. B.

Rock, C. H. Prior, Geo. E. Merchant
Chief Engineer— D. J. Whitman, Milwaukee.
Auditor— James P. Whaling, Milwaukee.
General Passenger Agent— A, V. H. Carpenter, Milwaukee.
General Freight Agent— Yf, G. Swan, Milwaukee.
Genral Solicitor— Jno, W. Cary, Milwaukee.

NAMES OF DIREOTORS, WITH RESIDENOE.

Alex. Mitchell, Milwaukee.

Julius Wadsworth, New York.

8. Chamberlain, Cleveland.

Jno. M. Burke, New York.

Peter Geddes, New York.

John Plankinton, Milwaukee.

David Dews, New York.

S. S. Merrill, Milwaukee.

J. Millbank, New York.

A. R. Yan Nest, New York.

H. P. Dickey, Newport, Rhode Island.

J. Stillman, i^ew York.

Jason C. Easton, Lanesboro.

General offices at Milwaukee.

Date df annual meeting of stockholders, Jime.

Fiscal year of the company ends December 81.

STATE OF WISCONSIN, }
County of Milwaukee, f

I, W. C. Van Home, General Superintendent, and James, P. Whaling,
Auditor, of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Saint Paul Railway Company, being
duly sworn, depose and say that they have caused the foregoing statement
to be prepared by the proper officers and agents of this company, and having
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REPORT OP RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [OL

it of the condition and affairs of said company on the thirtieth day
A. D. 1880, to the best of their knowledge ana belief.
(Signed) W. C. VAN HORNE, General Superintendent.

JAMES P. WHALING, Auditor.

L. 8. OF R. R.]

ibed and sworn to before me, this 24th day of September, a. d. 1880.

G. E. WEISS,
L. s.] Notary Public for Milwaukee county, Wisconsin.



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REPORT



Chicago, Clinton, Dubuque & Minnesota

RAILROAD COMPANY.
FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1880.



GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE YEAR.



Total income

Total expense (including taxes) •



Net income.



Interest accrued during year

Interest paid during year

Interest on funded debt. ... — $ 60,924.99



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