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PASSENGER, FREIGHT AND TRAIN MILEAGE.

PASSENGER TRAFFIC:

Number of passengers carried earning revenue..
Number of passengers carried one mile...
Average distance carried, miles..

Total passenger revenue...

Average amount received from each passenger.....
Average receipts per passenger per mile....

Estimated cost of carrying each passenger one mile..
Passenger earnings per mile of road..

Passenger earnings per train-mile..

FREIGHT TRAFFIC:

Number of tons carried of freight earning revenue... 2,353,862.213

Number of tons carried one mile

.389,496,026.823

Average distance haul of one ton, miles..

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1,406,668 66,792,319

47.48

Average number of tons in cars when shipped in car lots:
Ten and seven tenths.

165

26,292

26,666

10.908

1,757,833
2,301,817

335.804

4,395,454

1,168,080

209,994

5,773,528

16,475,732

22,195,924

8,423,993

3,274,269

19.10

14.66 4.44 147.67

10.07

Average number of tons in cars when shipped in less than car lots:
Ten and seven tenths.

$ 1.683,881.34

1.19.707

.02.521

.02.348

1,212.01

.95.793

4,375,512.56

1.85.886

.01.123

.643 3,149.37 1.65.889

6,059,393.90

4,361.38

2,932.53

4.564.06

What per cent does the local freight business of Iowa bear to the total freight business of the entire line?

Fifty-eight one hundredths.

What per cent does local freight business of Iowa bear to freight originating on your line in Iowa and passing outside the State?

Seven and twenty one hundredths.

What per cent does local freight business of Iowa bear to business originating outside

the State and destined to points within the State?

Four and sixty-nine one hundredths.

What per cent does local freight business bear to freight moved across the State from points outside to points inside the State?

Four and sixty-nine one hundredths.

What per cent of freight received at each station on your road is local and what per cent inter-State?

Four and sixty-nine one hundredths.

* What proportion of earnings is credited to Iowa on business passing across the State, from points beyond to points beyond the State?

*What proportion of earnings is credited to Iowa on business originating in Iowa and passing outside the State?

*What proportion of earnings is credited to Iowa on business originating outside the State and destined to points within the State?

*What proportion of earnings is credited to each branch line of your road, on business originating on said branches and destined to points on the main line in Iowa, to points on the main line outside the State, or to points on other lines?

Give the amount and kind of freight furnished by each branch line to your main line? This information not kept.

*In answer to questions marked with a star, I would state that in dividing the earnings between the several divisions of this company's road a mileage pro rata is used. In dividing the earnings with connecting roads, with which we have through billing arrangements, the divisions are furnished by the Tariff Department, and vary from a mileage pro rata to an arbitrary, as the necessities of the business require.

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FREIGHT FORWARDED FROM STATIONS IN IOWA.

Grain
Flour

Other mill products

Hay

Fruits and vegetables.
Live stock

Dressed meats

Packing-house products
Poultry, game and fish.

COMMODITY.

Wool

Hides and leather

Anthracite coal.

Bituminous coal.
Coke

Stone, sand and other like articles

Lumber

Petroleum and other oils
Sugar

Castings and machinery.
Cement, brick and lime..
Agricultural implements
Wagons, carriages, tools, etc
Wines, liquors and beers..
Household goods and furniture.
Merchandise

Miscellaneous-other commodities not mentioned above...

Total.......

Total tons.

East bound number of tons of freight

West bound number of tons of freight..

Total tons, from Dec. 1, 1888. date of opening bridge, to June 30, 1889..

24,564 27.26
1,677
18.830

378

1,042 12,976

178

Per cent.

4,523

21

36

1.72

9.32

.39

1.07

13.32

.18

4.64

.02

.04

.31

.11

.43

306

704

418 1 5,754 534 3,578

26

138

145

.15

177

.18

26

.03

.07

70 1,801

1.85

13,184

13.53 4,956 5.00

97,443 100

5.90 .55

3.67

.03

.14

TONNAGE CROSSING THE MISSOURI RIVER BRIDGE AT SIOUX CITY, IOWA, FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1889.

57,411 56.904

114,315

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