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ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.

EXPRESS COMPANIES.

Pacific and United States express companies run on this road.

TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES.

Cars of the following transportation companies run over our road:

Red Line, Merchant's Despatch, Erie & North Shore Despatch. Wabash &
Erie Line, National Despatch, Hoosac Tunnel Line, Canada Southern
Line, South Shore Line, Star Union Line.



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1882.] WABASH. St. LOUIS & PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 363



V, 8. MAIL.

The compensation paid us by the U. S. government for the transportation
of its mails, for the year ending June 80th, 1881, on all lines operated by
this company is $264,806.95.

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

Total cost of road and equipment $ 98,010,076.65

Average cost of same per mile 86,701.47

Proportion of same for Iowa 1,021,401.01



BRIDGES BUILT WITHIN THE YEAR IN IOWA.

HUMBSB. IMXQTB,

Number pile and trestle bridges and length in Iowa, feet 237 22384

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

Number of spans of bridges, less than 100 feet 8

Number of combination bridges 1

Number of wooden bridges 25

Number of crossings of highways at grade 88

Number of railroad crossings at grade (specifying each)

Number of railroad crossings over other railroads (specifying
each) ."

Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company 4

Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Company 2

Burlington & Missouri River Railroad Company 2

Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company 1

RATES OF FARE, ETC.

Average rate of fare per mile for passengers on roads oper-
ated by this company, cents 2.270

Average rate per ton per mile received for all freight carried .804

CAPITAL STOCK.

Capital stock authorized by articles of association $ 40,000*000.00

Capital stock authorized by vote of company 12,374,000.00

Total amount paid in as per books of the company $ 48,661,800.00

Total number of stockholders 882

Common stock $ 22,064300.00

Preferred stock 21,587,000.00



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364 REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [C2i

DEBT.

Funded debt, as follows:

First mortgage bonds, Toledo & Illinois Tl $ 900,000.00

First mortgage bonds, Lake Erie, Wabash & St. Louis R 2,500,000.00

First mortgage bonds. Great Western (t. of 1850 2,496.000.00

First mortgage bonds, Illinois & Southern Iowa R 800,000^)0

First mortgage bonds, Decatur & East St. Louis R 2,700,000/)0

First mortgage boods, Quincy & Toledo R 500,000.00

First mortgage bonds, Greiit Western R. west of Decatur 3,o0o/K)

Second mortgage bonds, Toledo & Wabash R 1,000,000.00

Secpnd mortage bonds, Wabash & Western R 1/>00,000.00

Second mortgage bonds. Great Western R. of 1859 ^500,OOOX)0

Consolidated sinking fund bonds, Toledo, Wabash & Western

R 2,610,000.00

Wabash Railway funded debt bonds, 7 per cent 524;M)0.00

Wabash Railway funded debt bonds, graduated 1,243,500.00

Wabash Railway, second consolidated mortgage bonds 1,600,000.00

Mortgage notes, 2d series 49,000.00

Mortgage notes, 8d series 36O.O0aO0

Graduated scrip certificates 639,560.50

Seven per cent graduated scrip certificates, from Au&rust 1,

1877 116,586^)0

Seven per cent graduated scrip certificates, from February 1,

1877 416,212.77

Rolling stock certificates 50,000.00

First mortgage bonds, Hannibal & Naples R 500,000.00

First mortgage bonds. Champaign, Havana & Western Di-
vision l,572,O0OX)0

First mortgage bonds, Chicago Division 4^,000.00

Real estate notes 73,000.00

General mortgage bonds 7,750.00000

First mortgage bonds. North Missouri R 6,000,060i)0

Real estate and railway mortgage bonds, St. L., K C. & N. R. . 3,000,000.00

St. Charles Bridge, 1st mortgage bonds l,OOO,O0OX)0

St Charles Bridge, 2d mortage bonds 388iO0i)0

First mortgage bonds, Omaha Division %B5OJX!O.0O

First mortgaige bonds, Clarinda branch 264,000X)0

Totalammnt of funded debt • 49,405358*17

Unfunded indebtedness 2,765,70055

Interest paid on same during year $ r



Total amount of funded debt 49,406^85857

Amount of unfunded debt 2,765,700^

Total amountof debt liabilities,.. :...$ 52,171,558^

Stock and debt 96,^8,85888



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366 REPORT OP RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [C2.

RECAPITULATION OF ACCIDENTS.

Killed— Others— trespassing on track, etc 1

Total killed '... 1

Injured— Employes— from causes beyond their control 8

Total injured • . . 8

OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY. WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President— ^\on Humphreys, New York.
First Vicf President— A., L. Hopkins, New York.
Secretary and Second Vice-President— -Ssa, F. Howe, St Louis.
Treasurer— W. B. Comeau, St. Louis.
General Manager— J.. C. Gault, St. Louis.

General Superintendents— R, Andrews, Toledo, Ohio ; F. M. Kissock, St
Louis, Missouri.

f W. F. Merrill, Chicago.

H. F. Clark, Springfield, Illinois.
I T. B. Burnett, Rantoul, Illinois.
Division Superintendents— -{ G. B. Parsell, Moberly, Missouri.

M. G. Cary, Kansas City, MissourL
J. W. Blanchard, Stanberry, Missouri.
[F, D. Schemerhorn, Quincy, Illinois.
Chitf Engineer—^, A. Garvey, St. Louis Missouri.
Superintendent of Telearaph—C. Selden, St Louis, Missouri.
Auditor— D. B. Howard, St Louis, Missouri.
General Pussenger Agent— B.. C. Townsend, St Louis, Missouri.
General Freight Agent— ^. Kmght St Louis, Missouri.
Attorneys^ general and local— Vf^^er Swayne, New York; W. H. Blodgett,
St. Louis.

NAMES OF DIRECTOBS, WITH RESIDENCE.

Solon Humphreys, New York.

A. L. Hopkins, New York.
Jay Gould, New York.
Russell Sage, New York.
Samuel Sloan, New York.

Thos. E. Tutt, St. Louis, Missouri.
James F. How, St Louis, Missouri.

B. W. Lewis, St. Louis, Missouri.
Chas. Ridgely, Springfield, Illinois.
G. L. Dumap, Chicago, Illinois.

F. L. Ames, Boston, Massachusetts.
Jas. Cheney, Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
Jas. F. Joy, Detroit, Michigan.

General ofiices at St. Louis, Missouri.

Date of annual meeting of stockholders, second Tuesday in March.

Fiscal year of the company, calendar year.



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1882.] WABASH, St LOUIS & PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY. 367



STATE OF MISSOURI, )
City of St. Louts. )

James F. How, Second Vice-President and Secretary of the Wabash, St.
liouis & Pacific Kailway Company, being duly sworn, deposes and says that
he has caused the foregoing statements to be prepared by the proper officers
and agents of this company, and having carefully examined the same,
declares 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. 1881, to the best
of his knowledge and belief.

(Signed) JAMES F. HOW,

Second Vice-President and Secretary, W^ 8t, L. cfeP. R'y Co.
[l. s, of r. r.]

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 15th day of September, a. d. 1881.

GEO. S. GROVER,
[L. s.] Notary Public, City qf 8t Louis, State cf Missouri.

Received and filed in the ofi)ce of the Commissioners of Railroads, this
seventeenth day of September, 1881.

E. G. MORGAN,
Secretary qf Board of Railroad Commissioners.



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REPORT



Burlington & Northwestern Railway Co.,



FOR THE TBAB ENDING JUNE 30, 1881.



GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE YEAR.

Total income 4^ 70,150.18

Total expenses (including taxes) 39,965.81

Net income S 30,103.37

Rentals (specifying amount to each company) :

Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern $ 4,200.00

Interest accrued during year 15,213.09

19,413.00

Interest on funded debt — 15,104.00

Interest on other debt 109.09

Balance for the year over operating, taxes, rent, and interest. . 10,780J0

ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.

From local passengers $ 12,307.10

From through passengers 155.76

From -express and extra baggage 522.71

From mails 1,677.54

Total earnings from passenger department S 14.663.11

From local freight $ 45,990.19

From through freight 9,608^

Total earnings from freight department S 55,496jQ7

TotaZ transportation earnings S 70,159.18

Earnings f)er mile of road operated S 1,828.49

Receipts from all trains per train mile run .834

Estimated on basis of 38.37 miles, being mileage of our own road, not includ-
ing third rail of Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern, as we carry no
freight to stations on Burlington, Cedar Rapids & Northern, and get but

a limited amount of passenger receipts for bassengers to and from Bur-
lington and stations on the line of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern Railway.



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ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.

Salaries of general officers and clerks $ 3,119.28

Legal expenses 359.62

Insurance 76.00

Stationery, printing, and advertising 725.10

Contingencies and miscellaneous 1,339.06

Office rent 630.00

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle-guards) 76.75

liepairs of huildinjra 361.63

Kepaii-s of road-bed and track 9,373.43

Kepairs of locomotives 2,546.17

Fuel for locomotives 4,749.60

Water supply 399.75

Oil and waste 613.20

Loc«)nioti ve service, salaries, and wages • 4,234.18

Repairs of freight and passenger cars 2,980.76

Passenger and freight train service, salaries and wages 3,743.86

Loss and damage, freight and baggage — 72.61

Loss and damage, property and cattle, including losses by fire. 722.18

Personal injuries 36.00

Agents and station service, salaries and wages 3,094.23



Total operating expenses.
Taxes in Iowa



Total operating expenses and taxes 8



Maintenance of way

Motive power and cars. . . . .
Conducting transportation
General expenses



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6,526.93

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RECAPITULATION OF EXPENSES.

Total expenses of operating the road .* > . .8

Per mile of road operated (basis 38.87 miles main

line $ 1,041.59

Per train mile for passenger, freight and mixed
trains, miles, 58.510 (owing to tliird rail it is
difficult to give these percentages with any
accuracy) .688

Percentage of expenses to earnings

Net earnings per mile, 38..S7 miles

Net earnings above operating expenses, per mile



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56.96
280.95
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GENERAL RECAPITULATION.

Total earnings $ 70,169.18

Earnings 8 70,159.18

Stock 3,1.57.80

Washington subscription and tax 4,963.78

Total receipts during the year 8 78,280.71

Total operating expenses (including taxes) 89,965.81

Net earnings— earnings above operating expenses and taxes . .|

Total receipts above operating expenses (stock ac-
count too incomplete for accurate percentage). .$ 48,087.84

Percentage of net earnings to cost of road and

equipment 7.90

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REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.



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PROPERTY ACCOUNTS: CHARGES AND CREDITS BY WHICH
THE CAPITAL AND DEBT HAVE BEEN INCREASED DURING
THE YEAR.

Grading and masonry $ 1,530.28

Bridging 131.41

♦Superstructure, including rails S 4,489.T7

Land, land damages, and fences 720JM

Passenger and freight stations, coal-sheds, water-stations, en-
gine-houses, car-sheds, tum-tables#and machine-shops 1,836.15

Engineering, agencies, salaries, and other expenses during con-
struction 81 J5

Telegraph 9 1«^

Total for construction S 878.00

Freight and other cars 4,760.52

Other expenditures charged to property account (specifying

same) :

Tools and sundries ! 317.93

S 5 ,078.45

Property sold (or reduced in valuation on the books) and cred-
ited property accounts during the year 4 .439.77

Net addition to property account for the year $ 5,956.54

SURPLUS.

The amount of its own stock or bonds owned by company — 8 16,200.00

BALANCE SHEET.

DEBIT.

Engineering 8 8,048.60

Supplies 7,6(«.40

Expense 12,729i«5

Operating .' 5;i,6s:>.3»

Right of way 17^ i:U3

Construction 27l.073i6

Bills receivable 2^882.75

CB. &Q. R'y 717.32

Interest 43,610.07

Equipment 58^323.93

Building 13^74^0

Repairs 33,474.28

Rent (track) 17,44^^

Fencing 7l7J»

Telegraph 918^

Depot grounds 3,8uo.u6

Surveys 3,lo3Ji5

Cash 4,178.78

Total S 552,980.30

* A large amoont of raila, etc, on hand was omitted from last report, no '* snpply •oeoont*' ka^
ing been opened until present year. Over-charge claims for freight on iron were al
entitling ns to a net credit for " raUs " of ^,439.37.



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CREDIT.

Stock $ 143,148.91

Mail service 4.178.26

Freight service 119,295.62

Passenger service 29,81 1.29

Express service 1.212.12

Express company (advanced) 600.U0

First mortgage bonds 120.000.00

Second mort^e bonds 83.800.00

Wahington township subscription 1.955.00

Washington township tax 28.678. 10

Crawford township tax 15,687.00

Crawford township subscription 4,819.00

Total 8 552,980.30

MILEAGE, TRAFFIC, ETC.

Train mileage 58.510

TotaZ train mileage 58,510

Number of local passengers 22,166

Number of through passengers 82

Total nnmber of passengers $ 22,248

Lrocal passenger mileage (local passengers carried one mile) . . . 543,96«
Through passenger mileage (through passengers carried one

mile) 4.264

Number tons local freight carried in Iowa 85,796

Number tons local freight carried east in Iowa 30,600

Number tons local freight carried west in Iowa 5.196

Number tons through freight carried in Iowa 4,249

Number tons through freight carried east in Iowa 4,001

Number tons through freight carried west in Iowa 248

Total number tons freight carried 40,045

X/Ocal freight mileage (tons local freight earned one mile) — 1,154,717
Through freight mileage (tons through freight carri^ one

mile) 146,884

Total freight mileage (tons, all freight carried one mile) 1,301.101

Number of miles run by loaded freight cars 222,997

Number of miles run by empty freight cars 183,266

Average number of cars in mixed train 9

Miles run by passenger, mail and baggage cars 119,912

Miles run by freight cars 856.258

Bate of speed of freight trains, including stops (miles) 13^

TONNAGE OF ARTICLES TRANSPORTED.

^ , TOWS. OKHT.

Oram 29,518 73.71

Flour 82 .20

Provisions (beef , pork, lard, etc.) 212 .53

Animals 4,116 10.28

Other agricultural products 215 .64

Ijumber and forest products 1^84 4.70

Coal 1,649 8.87

Railroad iron— iron and steel rails 24 .06

Manufactures— articles shipped from point of production 2.10 .53

Merchandise, and other articles not enumeratea above 2.235 5.68

Total tons carried 40,045 100



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372 REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. [02.

DESCRIPTION OF ROAD.

Length of main line of road from Burlington to V^ashington. 38^

Aggregate lengtii of sidings and other tracks not above enum-
erated 2.79

Weight of rails per yard, iron, main line 30 pounds.
Weight of rails per yard, iron, third rail, 60 pounds.

Gauge of track 8« in.

Total miles of road operated by this company in Iowa, main

line 38.S7

Total miles of road operated by this company in Iowa, third

rail lUZ

Number of stations in Iowa on all roads operated by this

company 12

Number of telegraph offices in same 7

Number of stations on all roads ottmed by this company ... 9

In addition to the track reported above this company has leased the right to
run over 14.13 miles of the Burlington, Cedar Rapids & North^n
Railway, by means of a third rail, laid down and owned by tkiis com-
pany, between Burlington and Mediapolis. This company has also laud
down and are using .03 miles of sidings on depot grounds belonging to
above named corporation.

EMPLOYES.

Number of persons regularly employed on all roads operated

by company, average 75

EQUIPMENT.

Number of locomotives 3

Number of passenger cars 2

Numl>er of baggage, mail and express cars 1

Number of freight cars (basis of 8 wheels) 71

Number of other cars IS

Maximum weight of locomotives in working order, pounds. . 41,400

Average weight of locomotives in working order 33^

Maximum weight of tenders full of fuel and water 23J000

Average weight of tenders full of fuel and water lajXJO

Maximum weight of passenger cars 81,000

Average weight of passenger cars ISjOOO

Number of mail and baggajfe cars 1

Number of 8-wheel box freight cars M

Number of 8-wheel slat cars 6

Number of 8-wheel platform cars U

Caboose, hand, and others IS

Length of heaviest engine and tender, from center of forward

truck- wheel of engine to center of rear wheel of tender. . . 33 ft. 9 in.

Total length of heaviest engine and tender over all 42 ft 4 in.

Number of mail, express, and passenger cars with Miller plat-
form and buffer S

ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS.

EXPRESS COMPANIES.

American carries ordinary merchandise and express matter for thirty-^oor
cents per hundred pounds. On butter, egffs, and poultry, second class
freight rates. They do a general express business. Freights taken at
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1882.] BURLINGTON & NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY CO. 373



U. S. MAIL.



The compensation paid us by the United States government for the trans-
portation of its mails, is $1,603.98.

LOCAL AH) IN BUILDING ROAD.

Stock subscription, Crawford township, Washington county,

Iowa $ 4319.00

Tax aid, in Crawford township, Washington county, Iowa — 16,687.00

Realized to date from subscription, Washington township,

Washington county, Xowa 1.955.00

Tax aid in Washington township, Washington county 28,678.10

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

Total expended for construction 3 328,863.50

Average cost of construction per mile of road (not including

sidings), miles 8,440.54

NoTB— The third rail on B., C. R. & K. Bailway costs ns about $1,600 per mile, for 14.8 miles.
For this distance we hare no other constmoUon charges, and oamnot figure proportionate total costs
of oonstraotion for the whole Une per mile.

COST OF EQXnPMENT.

Locomotives S 18,564.59

Passenger, mail, and baggage cars * . . . 9^55.63

Freight and other cars 26,«2l .aS

Machinery, tools, and sundries 3,582.68

Total for equipmemt 8 58,323.98

Average cost of equipment per mile of roa^ operated by

company in the state (38.37) 1,520.04

COST OF ROAD AND EQUIPMENT.

Total cost of road and equipment $ 382,187.43

Average cost of same per mile 9,960.58

RATES OF FARE, Etc.

Average rate of fare per mile for passengers on roads operated

by this company, cents 2.22

Average rate of fare per mile received from passengers to and

from other roads 3.65

Average rate of fare per mile received from all passengers — 2.27

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

ted by this company 3.98

Average rate of freight per ton per mile received from freight

to and from other roads ^ 6.49

Average rate per ton per mile received for all freight carried. 4.26

CAPITAL STOCK

Capital stock authorized by articles of association 8 3,000,000.00

Total amount paid in as per books of the company 143,143.91

NoTB— In addition to this, $80,588.10 has been realised from tax aid and subscription In Wanh-
ington township, Wasblni^ton oonnty. and more is doe; $2u,fi06 has also been realised from Oraw-
ford township, Wa»hlngton oounty, for tux aid and subscriptions. So small an amount has been
presented for stock certificates that these have not yet passed IntQ stock acoount.

Number of stockholders in Iowa, nearly all.



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REPORT OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.



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DEBT.

Funded debt, as follows:

First mortgage bonds due August 1, 1889, rate of interest, 7

per cent, semi-annually $ 120,000.0&

Interest paid on same during year S8,400.00

Second mortgage bonds due August 2, 1886, rate of interest, 8

per cent, semi-annually 100,000.00

Interest paid on same during year $6,704.00

Only ;|83,800 of second mortgage bonds have been issued, and
interest has been paid only on these.

Total amount of funded debt 22O,00a00

Total amount of debt liabilities $ 220,OOOjOO

OFFICERS OF THE COMPANY, WITH LOCATION OF OFFICES.

President— J, W. Barhydt, Burlington, Iowa.
Vioe-President—CharleB Mason, Burlington, lo^a.
Secretary and Treasurer— H. M. Green, Burlington, Iowa.
(jteneral Superintendent— J no, T. Gerry, Burlington, Iowa.
Chiiif Engineer— J no. T. Gerry, Burlington, Iowa.
Superintendent of Taleuraph—Q, 8. Rice.
Auditar—}^. M. Green, Burlington, Iowa.
Attorney y general and local— Rordce A. Kelley.

NAMES OF DIRECTORS, WITH RESIDENGE.

J. W. Barhydt, Burlington, Iowa.
Chas. Miison, Burlington, Iowa.
Thos. Hedge, Burlington. Iowa.
E. D. Uand, Burlington, Iowa.
Lyman Cook,' Burlington, Iowa.
W. W. Baldwin, Burlington, Iowa.
David Leonard, Burlington, Iowa.
Rich C. Spencer, Burlington, Iowa.
R. Donahue, Burlington, Iowa.
Geo. Millard, Burlington, Iowa.
Geo. C. Lauman, Burlington, Iowa.
Jno. S. ('ameron, Burlington, Iowa.
C. S. inquires, Burlington, Iowa.
A. W. Chilcote, Washington, Iowa.
Norman Everson, Washington, Iowa.

General offices at Burlington, Iowa.

Date of annual meeting of stockholders, third Wednesday in June.

Fiscal year of the company, May 31, and June 1.



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1882.J BURLINGTON & NORTBWKSTERN RAILWAY CO. 375

STATE OF IOWA, )

County of Des Moines, j

I, T. W. Barhydt, President of the Burlinirton & Northwestern Railway
Company, being duly sworn, depose and say that I have caused the foregoing
statements to be prepared by the proper officers and agents of this com-
pany, and having carefully examined tne 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. 1881, to the best of my knowledge ana be-
lief.

(Signed) T. W. BARHYDT,

[l. s. of r. r.] President

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 15th day of September, a. d. 1881.

P. M. GREEN,
[L. 8.] Notary Public.

Received and filed in the office of the Commissioners of Railroads, this
17th day of September, 1881.

E. G. MORGAN,
Secretary 0/ Board cf Railroad Commissioners.



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REPOBT



Dhs Moines Northwestern Railway Co.,



FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1881.



GENERAL EXHIBIT FOR THE YEAR.

Total income ^ S 45,466,17

Total expense (including taxes) 28^.4i

Net income. S 16,846.75

Balance for the year, surplus S 16,866.75

Balance June 30, 1881, surplus 16,866.75

ANALYSIS OF EARNINGS.

From local passengers $ " 2,763.08

From through passengers 6,784 tM

From express and extra baggage 4^<lii3

From mails 1,85814

From other sources, passenger department, mileage tickets. . . 7^

Total earnings from passenger department $ i I JS»AJ3»

From local freight $ • 13,83488

From throught freight 19,i;i690

Total earnings from freight department S 33J^71.79

Total transportation earnings $ 45,466.17

Income from all sources, specifying same:

Freight, passenger, mail, and express 45,466.17

Total income from all sources 45,466 .17

Proportion for Iowa. S 45,466.17

Earnings per mile of road operated, 28.50 miles 1,594.60

Receipts from passenger trains per train mile run (26,196

miles) cents ' 45.50

Receipts from freight trains per train mile run 1J»



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ANALYSIS OF EXPENSES.

Salaries of general officers and clerks $ 2,450.15

Legal expenses 19.50

Stationery and printing 208.25

Outside asrencies and advertising 114.83

Contingencies, raail and miscellaneous 1,731.65

Repairs of bridges (including culverts and cattle-guards) 908.03

Kepairs of buildings 179.26

New buildings, charged to expenses 46.26

Repairs of fences, road-crossings, and signs 2.30

Repairs of road-bed and track 9,050.32

Repairs of locomotives 878.55

New lixjoraotives, charged to expenses 23.58

Fuel for locomotives 2,131.88

Water supply 11.02

Oil ^nd wa^te • 419.57

Locomotive service, salaries and wages 2,733.14



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