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Title: Annual report of the Comptroller of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: Report of the comptroller of the State of Florida
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Comptroller's Office
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Manufacturer: Tallahasseean Book and Job Print
Creation Date: 1885
Frequency: annual
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report year ending Dec. 31.
General Note: Description based on: 1897.
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REPORT
OF

THE COMPTROLLER
OF THE

STATE OF FLORIEDA,

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1885,

BEGINNING JANUARY 1st and ENDING DECEMBER 31st.


















REPORT OF TIE COMPTROLLER.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA, )
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
TALLAIASSEE, January 1, 1886.
To His Excellency wEdward A. Perry, Governor of Florida:
SIn: In compliance with the law, I have the honor to present
herewith my official report of the transactions of the Treasury
Department of the State for the fiscal year commencing Janu-
ary 1st, and ending December 31st, 1885:
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.
The aggregate balance in Treasury January 1st, 1885,
was .................... ........................ $164,359 41
The total receipts at the Treasury from all sources
and on all accounts for the year ending December
31, 1885, were ................................. 566,692 26- 731,051 67
Total expenditures for the year ending December
31, 1885 ........................................... 563,836 22
Balance in Treasury January 1st, 1886............ $167,215 45

This balance is distributed among the several funds, as follows:
General Revenue applicable to current expenses including in-
terest on bonded debt..................................... $124,372 70
Common School Fund, Principal............................... 16,540 85
Common School Fund, Interest .............................. 16,501 59
Seminary Fund, Principal....................................... 1,500 90
Agricultural College Fund ...................................... 572 44
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1871.................................... 39 75
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1873 .................................... 202 0
General School Tax.. ............... .. ..... 6,96939
Building Fund, Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute................ 515 75
$167,215 45

GENERAL REVENUE ACCOUNT.
The receipts and disbursements on General Revenue Account for the year
ending December 31st, 1885, were as follows:
RECEIPTS.
Balance on hand January 1st, 1885................... $142,977 20
License Tax ................... ................. 131,738 33
General Revenue 1885.............................. 8,568 68
General Revenue 1884............................. 180,376 29
General Revenue 1883.............................. 63,20243
Commission Tax .......................... .... 4,27600
Auction Tax ................... .. .. .... .... .61225
Costs Criminal Prosecutions........................ 1,014 95
Sale of Digests..................... ....... ........ 62800
Asylum Pay Pat nts ................................ 53356
Freight Refunded ........................ ...... .. 4187
M ileage Refunded.................................. 40 00
Sale of Acts of Legislature 1885.................... 60 00- $534,070 56













DISBURSEMENTS.
Salaries Executive Department ....................
Salaries Judicial Department .......................
Contingent Expenses of State......................
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments...
Expenses Collection of Revenue ...................
Post Mortem Examinations.......................
Printing.... .................................
Maintenance of Lunatics..........................
Expenses Legislature of 1885.......................
Jurors and Witnesses...............................
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court...............
Contingent Expenses Capitol.......................
Watchman at Capitol..............................
Janitor at Capitol ...............................
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice......
Conviction Fees State Attorneys...................
Books for Supreme Court Library ..................
Institute for the Blind, Deaf and Dumb.............
Appropriation World's Industrial and Cotton Centen-
nial Exposition, New Orleans.....................
Greenback Scrip burnt by Committee of Legislature
1885.. .............. ............... ..........
Appropriation, Safe and Time Lock Treasurer's
offi ce............. ........................... ..
Interest paid on bonded debt since January 1, 1885..
Repairs of Capitol.................................
Expenses Teachers' Institutes.....................
Insurance for State Buildings .....................
Legislative Relief................ ............... ..
Agricultural College ........ .......... ...........
Contingent Expenses Superintendent Public Instruc-
tion .............................................
Expenses Normal Schools ...........................
Expense of convicts.................................
Salary Chaplain State Convicts.....................
Expenses Constitutional Convention...............
Stenographers, Circuit Courts......................
Expenses Census 1885..............................
Pensions...............................
Revenue Refunded.................................
Expenses Kailroad Tax Litigation ..................
Completing list of State and United States Lands....
Balance on hand ............... .............


Balance on hand January 1, 1886 ..................

WARRANTS ISSUED.


$21.905 55
32,595 62
1,684 67
973 50
24,57121
390 00
11,776 11
41,833 94
45,866 97
64,775 76
1,766 59
1,027 50
400 50
412 58
1,200 00
1,900 00
799 25
12,967 06

4,430 97

236 00

1,186 80
72,452 45
2,499 09
1,053 50
1,000 00
620 00
6,00 00

50000
1,565 25
6,00000
225 00
34,81953
55970
7,145 01
1,65000
395 15
1660
490 00- $409,697 86
124,372 70

$534,070 56
$124,372 70


The amount of warrants issued from January 1st to December 31st, 1885,
amount to $367,817.48.
Maintenance of Lun-tics ............................ $42,189 44
Salaries Executive Department..................... 21,905 55
Salaries Judicial Department........................ 31,385 62
Printin ............. .......................... 11,24971
Jurors and W itnesses....................... ..... 64,122 56
Expenses Legislature of 18S85....................... 45,866 97
Contingent Expenses of State....................... 1,662 62
Appropriation for Janitor at Capitol................ 412 58
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court................ 1,766 59
Appropriation for Watchman at Capitol............ 400 50
Contingent Expenses of Capitol ..................... 1,015 27
Repairs of Capitol.............................. ... 2,49909
Stationery tor Executive and Legislative Depart-












m ents.............................................
Post Mortem Examinations.........................
Expenses Collection of Revenue....................
Expenses Constitutional Convention of 1885.........
Insurance on State Buildings.......................
Expenses of Convicts .. ...........................
Rewards for Arrest of Fugitives from Justice........
Expenses Census of 1885 ...........................
For Completing List of State and United States
Land Entries.................................
Expenses of Railroad Litigations....................
Expenses of Normal Schools........................
Expenses of Teachers' Institutes....................
Act making appropriation for Burglar Proof Safe and
Time Lock for Treasurer's Office.................
Act for Relief of Mrs. Sarah Cooper, wife of J. T.
Cooper, Assessor of Hamilton County.............
Act for Relief of R. F. losford, of Liberty County..
Act for Relief of Henry W. Long, for Estate of Thos.
Barco...........................................
Act for Relief of Moses J. Brown, Collector Revenue
Duval County .................................
Contingent Expenses Superintendent of Public In-
struction ............ ............ ...............
Institute for the Blind and Deaf and Dumb..........
Conviction Fees of State Attorneys, payable out of
moneys realized from hire of convicts.............
Stenogragphers, Circuit Courts....................
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court library......
Printing Supreme Court Reports..................
Expenses of the World's Industrial and Cotton Cen-
tennial Exposition at New Orleans................
Revenue Refuuded............................
The Florida Agricultural College..................
Pensions.........................................
Comm on Schools .. ..............................
Common Schools (1 mill tax) .....................
Salary of Chaplain for the Convicts.................
Seminary Fund, Interest.............................
Add Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, paid by State
Treasurer on Coupons..........................


973 50
410 00
24,905 72
34,819 53
1,000 00
6,000 00
900 00
7,556 27

490 00
1600
2,31775
1,05350

1,186 80

50 00
6500

5000

455 00

500 00
5,793 06

2,125 00
559 70
799 25
549 45

4,436 97
395 15
6,000 00
1,777 50
14,062 64
18,281 59
225 00
5,586 00- $367,817 48

72,452 45


$440,269 93
Of this amount there were warrants issued to the amount of
$37,930.23, which were payable out of the School and Semi-
nary Funds, leaving $402,339.70 payable out of General Reve-
nue.


BONDED DEBT.
7per cent. Bonds of 1871...........................
6 per cent. Bonds of 1873..........................
Deduct Bouds of 1871 and 1873 in Sinking Funds....

Outstanding...................... .... ......
Of which $594,700.00 are held in the different Edu-
cational Funds of the State as follows:
School Fund .............................. .......
Agricultural College Fund.........................
Seminary Fund...................................

Leaving practically to be provided for at maturity...


$350,000 00
925,000 00-$1,275,000 00
$207,600 00

$1,067,400 00


$367,900 00
135,800 00
91,000 00- $594,700 00

$472,700 00










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I beg leave to call your attention to the several tables hereto
appended.
Yours respectfully,

W. D. BARUNES, Comptroller.







APPENDIX.


(1)

RAILROADS.

STATEMENT showing the number of miles of Railroad and
the value thereof, together with the value of rolling stock
owned by the different Railroad Companies, as assessed for
the year 1885.
Val. of road-bed.
No. of miles includ'g side and Value of
main track. main track. rolling stock.
14 St. Johns and Halifax River Railroad Co. -. ." $ ....".. 010
8 Pcnsacola and Perdido R. . ...... .** ..,,- 00
(a) 567-100 Pensacola & Mobile R. R. & '\i 17,917 00
4394-100 Louisville and Nashville R, 28. ,815 00 45,370 00
131 89-100 South Florida Railroad Company........ 659,512 50 114,475 00
kb) 6 4-10 Sanford and Inlian River It. I. Co..... 14,225 00
16Uy Pensacola and Atlantic I. R. Co......... 1,150,975 00 56,1099
1201-100 Florida Southern I, 1~. ., 609,008 75 5,.;21 35
47 70-100 St. Johns and Lake i.r, 1 : 124,778 75 13,483 00
34 20-100 Jacksonville. St. Augustine and Halifax
River Railway Co ................. ... 137,800 00 32,400 04
55 Jacksonville. Tampa and Key West Rail-
way Co .................. ........... 392,875 00 50,000 00
134 85-1000 Savannah, Florida and Western Railway
Co ......... .................... 1,026,319 50 45,326 75
10 Green Cove I4 prin" .r hMlrose It. It. Co.. 26,000 00 2,650 00
14% St. Johns 1; i, '..... .............. 37,750 00 6,600) 00
3795-1000 Jacksonvill. .- .. I ,I. i I Co............ 8,058 00 4,000) 00
5 DeLand & St. Johns River Railroad Co... 10,312 50 3,40) 00
6 Pensacola and Andalusia 1 R. Co........ 6,250 00 2,500' 00
529 67-1CO Florida Railway and Navigation Co...... 3,658,330 00 236,74 92
2 Escambia R. I. Co. .................... 5,000 0) 4,100 00
3 Eppinger & Russell's Log Road.......... 3,000 00
5 Payne, Cook & Co's. Log Road.......... 5,000 00
1340 61-100 $8,240,017 00 $694,032 05
Total assessed value of road bed and rolling
stock......................... ......... $8,934,049 05
(a) Operated by the Louisville and Nashville R. R. Co.
(b) Operated by the South Florida R. R. Co.












(2)

STATEMENT showing the amount of taxes collected by the
Comptroller from the defaulting railroad companies as required
by law, and also showing how the funds so received were dis-
bursed.
FLORIDA RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION COMPANY.
Received from said company on account of-
State Taxes. County Taxes.
Gadsden County, Taxes 1881, 1882, 1883 and 1884..... $4,907 31 $7,395 39
Leon County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884............. 4,174 09 9,448 04
Wakulla County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884.......... 933 67 1,460 03
Jefferson County, Taxes 1881,1882, 1883 and 1884.... 3,858 42 8,091 50
Madison County, Taxes 1882,1883 and 1884........... 4,37318 9,9"2 32
Suwannee County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884......... 3,046 43 5,143 53
Columbia County, Taxes 1881, 1882, 1883 and 1884.... 3,378 18 6,459 39
Baker County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884............. 3,073 51 5,837 67
Duval County, Taxes 1879, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883 and
1884.............. ............................. 8,46396 13,489J91
Nassau County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884............ 6,321 82 11,662 78
Clay County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884.............. 802 12 1,131 47
Bradford County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884.......... 2,342 80 1,729 75
Alachua County, Taxes 1881, 1882, 1883 and 1884..... 10,308 84 21,897 76
Levy County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884.............. 4,471 04 5,980 68
Marion County, Taxes 1882, 1883 and 1884............ 4,96849 9,17064
Sumter County, Taxes 1883 and 1884 ................ 1,945 63 3,891 26
$67,368 49 $122,705 12
Disbursed as follows :
To the several counties above named ................ $120,692 29
For Commissions to Attorneys, as provided by law,
15 per cent. on the Taxes of 1879, 1880 and 1881.... $1,377 52 2,012 83
Paid into State Treasury............................ 65,990 97
$67,368 49 $122,705 12
JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA AND KEY WEST RAILWAY COMPANY.
Received from said Company on account of-
State Taxes. County Taxes.
Duval County, Taxes of 1884 ....................... $288 00 $720 00
Putnam County, Taxes of 188 ...................... 360 00 85500
Clay County, Taxes of 1884 ......................... 672 00 1,260 00
$1,320 09 $2,835 00
Disbursed as follows:
To the several counties named above ................ $2,835 00
To the Treasurers of the Board of Education of the
counties of Duval, Putnam and Clay, State School
Tax... ....................................... $33000
Paid into State Treasury ........................... 990 00
$1,320 00 $2,835 00
PENSACOLA AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD COMPANY.
Received from said Company on account of-
State Taxes. County Taxes.
Escambia County, balance Taxes of 1883............ $110 00
Santa Rosa County, ........ 400 00
Walton County, ........... 35000 $525 00
Holmes County, ........... 220 00
Washington County, 140 00 354 00
Jackson County, ... 38000 874 00
$1,6 00 00 $1,753 00











Disbursed as follows:
To the several counties above named ................ 1,75300
Paid into State Treasury........................... 1,600 00
$1,60000 $1,753 00


(3)
REPORT OF STATE TAXES on Lands Sold for Taxes and
bought in for the State in the year 1885, in the following
counties, as reported to the Comptroller's office:
Alachua ............. ...................... $618 18
B radford ...................................... 323 32
Brevard ........................................ 411 23
C lay......................................... 49 88
Colum bia ...................................... 163 77
Duval ....... .................... .... ............. 983 19
Escambia ........................ ............... 32 75
Franklin......................................... 5 82
G adsden........................................ 16 92
Hamilton....................................... 18 06
Hernando................................... 980 86
H illsborough ................................... 4 54
I olm es............ ............................ 60 07
Jackson ........................................ 8 94
Jefferson ....................................... 174 53
L afayette ...................................... 3 62
L eon ........................................... 2 66
L evy ........................................... 17 22
Liberty ....... .............. ............... 24 72
M anatee ....................................... 25 00
M arion ......................................... 24 96
M onroe ........................................ 60 30
N assau ......................................... 57 64
O range ............. ............................ 182 41
P olk ........................................... 20 67
Putnam ........................................ 248 60
Sum ter ........................................ 657 86
Suwannee...................................... 30 46
V olusia ........................................ 560 72
W akulla ....................................... 16 86
W alton ......................................... 8 11

$6,393 87











(4)
STATEMENT showing the amount of taxes assessed under the provisions of Chapter 3558, Laws of
Florida, upon Railroads and property thereto belonging, which were omitted from the as-
sessment rolls of 1879, 1880 and 1881:
ILOWIDA RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION COMPANY, embraciRg the lines or divisions thereof formerly known as the Jacksonville Pensacola
and Mobile Railroad, the Florida Central and Western Railroad, the Florida Central Railroad, and the Atlantic, Gulf and West India
Transit Railroad.


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uBwannee Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881.. $163,580 $3,108 02 $490 74 $3,59876 $1,96296 $1,226 8 $98148 $4,171 29
Alachua, Taxes 1879 and 1880.......... 250,000 3,000 00 00 00 3,500 00 2,00000 1,250 00 1,00000 4,260 00
Baker, Taxes 1879,1880 and 1881...... 156,960 2,98224 47088 3,45312 1,255 68 1,098 72 1,098 72 3,453 12
Bradford, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881.... 131,410 2,496 79 394 23 2,891 02 1,051 28 1,051 29 262 82 2,365 89
Clay, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881......... 39,720 754 68 119 16 873 84 417 06 367 48 218 46 993 00
Columbia, Taxes 1879 and 1880....... 137,880 1,65456 275 76 1,93032 1,10304 68940 551 52 2,343 9
Gadsden, Taxes 1879 and 1880.......... 228,880 2,746 56 457 76 3,20432 1,83104 915 52 915 52 3,66208
Jefferson, Taxes 1879 and 1880......... 130,560 1,566 72 26112 1,827 84 783 36 261 12 2,252 16 3,296 64
Levy, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881......... 255,390 4,852 41 766 17 5,618 58 2,04312 2,298 52 ............ 4,341 64
Leon, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881...... 206,200 3,917 80 618 60 4,53640 2,47440 1,546 50 3,40230 7,423 20
Madison, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881.... 223,270 4,242 13 669 81 4,91194 2,344 34 1,562 90 3,907 23 7,814 47
Nassau, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881...... 285,500 5,424 50 856 60 6,281 00 3,426,00 2,569 50 1,998 50 7,994 00
Wakulla, Taxes 1879, 1880 and 1881.... 30,120 57228 90 36 662.64 361 44 240 96 180 72 78312


$2,239,470 $37,318 69 $5,971 09 $43,289 78 $21,053 72 $15,068 76 $16,769 43 $52,89191
SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY.
Hamilton, Taxes 1879 and 1880 ........ $56,000 $56000 $112 001 $ 67200 $3300 $420 00 $84 00 $84000
Suwannee, Taxes 1879 and 1880........ 32,000 320 00 64 00 384 00 256 00 16000 128 00 44 00
Totals ............................ $88,000 $80 00 $176 00 $,05600 $5Y2 00 $580 0 $212 00 $1,384 00










10

(5)
LIST OF INDIGENT LUNATICS in the hands of Committees, with
amount allowed per month.


County.


Alachua......
do
Baker........
Bradford......
do
do
do
do
do

do
Clay .........
Gadsden......
do
do
do
do
do
do
Hamilton .....
do
Hernando.....
IIillsborough..
do
do
do
Holmes .......
do
do
do
do
do
do
Jackson.......
Leon.........
do
Levy.........
Liberty .......
Manatee ......
Madison .....
do
do
do
Monroe.......
do
Nassau.......
do


Name of Lunatic. Name of Committee.


Caroline Irvin........ Abram Irvin ........
Victoria Roundtree.... E Roundtree........
Evelina Crawford..... Thos. Crawford .....
Luginia Crews... .... JM. Johns..........
Jas. Glisson .......... J. M. Johns, Trustee.
Sally Howard......... H. Howard .........
Caroline Swindle...... Margaret Swindle....
Clifton Tillis.......... Rachel Warren......
William Sullivan...... J. C. Richard for....
Eliza Neal
Henry Pitts.......... F. Pinkston.........
L. L. Griffis.......... M. G. Griffis.........
Edgar Waller........ Louisa Singleton ....
M. Hollamon ......... Lizzie H. Abney.....
Mary Owens ......... Chas. Blount........
Elizabeth Vickers..... Arena Vickers......
Margaret Dean........ Henry Dean.........
Ursen M. Kemp....... Mrs. M. Kemp ......
Jerry Campbell....... JP. Campbell......
Lucinda Crell......... S. T. Overstreet.....
Mary Goodbread...... Chas. F. Cone.......
Win. A. Howell....... M. E. Mickler.......
Louis Dishong........ E. D.Dishong.......
Phoebe Ann Smith.... John T. Bagget......
Mary Hunter........ Joshua Hunter......
Ellen Hunter.......... Joshua Hunter......
Rebecca Murphy...... Wm. Murphy .......
l ashti E. Leavens..... Lydia Leavens ......
Elizabeth Slaughter.... Riclhard Leavens....
Lydia M. Ellis........ Joseph Ells ........
F. E. Harrell............ Jas. H. Harrell......
Dicey M. Carnley...... Martha J. Carnley...
William J. Holly ...... Sarah A. Holly.....
J. Hardgrove ...... J. J. King.........
Those. Johnson......... Jane R. Johnson....
Nancy McClenny...... William F. Hartsfield
Elvira Robinson...... Emma Jackson......
Thos. Bracewell....... Samantha Bracewell.
Nancy F. Youmans.. J. II. Youmans......
Eliza Lundy.......... Jane W oods.........
John B. Agnew....... Frances W. Agnew..
Laura M. McLeod..... David McLeod ......
Ellen Sncat........... Nancy Sneat.......
Robert D. Fletcher ... John Carroll........
John Coates.......... Jas. F. Coates .......
Mary Jones.......... J. H. Jones..........
Jacob Sanders........ Benj. Sanders........


Amount al-
lowed per
month.

....$12.50
.... 12.50
.... 8.00
.... 12.50
... 8.00
.... 12.50
.... 12.50
8.00

8.00
8.00
... 10.00
.... 5.00
.... 6.00
.... 12.50
.... 12.50
.... 12.50
... 5.00
8.00
6.25
6.25
.... 12.50
.... 12.50
6.25
.. 10.00
10.00
12.50
.... 8.331
.... 8.33%
.... 6.25
.... 5.00
.. 6.25
.... 6.25
... 8.331
... 12.50
.... 12.50
.. 6.25
.... 10.00
.... 6.25
.... 12.50
... 5.00
.... 12.50
.... 8.00
.... 8.331
.... 10.00
.... 12.50
... 8.331












Elizabeth Quincy.....
Louisa Aymard ......
Wm. Colly..........
Hillird Williams .....
William Allred.......
Ben Anderson........
Temper Babb .......
Catherine Frater.....
Mary Ann McRae....
John R. McRae ......
Mary Smith...........
J. R. Halford.........
William Josiah Miller.
Jesse Love Sconiers...
Wm. Caswell .........
John Johnson........
Jane Busbee...........
Chas. H. Leek........


W. F. Forward ......
L. L. Aymard........
Joseph Ollinger.....
Nancy Williams .....
N. B. Cooker........
Jack Syples.........
J. L. Campbell.......
A. McDonald .......
Flora McRae.........
Flora McRae........
J. P. Morrison........
J. J. Hallbrd .........
Elizabeth Miller......
Wm. Sconiers.....
Giles Caswell.......
Robert Johnson......
W. J. D. Cawthorn...
John A.Mathias...


Number of Lunatics in hands of Committees, 64.
Number of Lunatics in Asylum ............ 159

223



(6)
LIST OF DISABLED SOLDIERS receiving pensions from the State
of Florida under the provisions of the act to provide an
Annuity for Disabled Soldiers and Sailors of the State of Flor-
ida," approved February 16, 1885:


COUNTY, NAME. COMPANY. REGIMENT.

Alachua....... John R. Malpurs........ Capt. John C. Chambers' 9th Floridn
do William Thomas........ Capt. John G. Haddock's 1st Fla Cav.
do Wiley Howard.......... Capt. J. C. Eichelbergers' 9th Florida
do iNicholas Barry........... Capt. Role Thomas' ..... 7th Florida
do John B. Starling........ Capt. C. J. Jinkens'..... 10th Fla.
Baker........ John Groes............ Capt. Henry F. York's... 7th Florida
Calhoun... John W. McAnulty..... Capt. Tillinghast's ...... d Florida
do Newton You............. Capt. Gregory's.......... 5th Florida
do W. H. Beck............. Capt. Gregory's......... 5th Florida
Clay.......... Andrew J. Roberts..... Capt. John M. Pons'.... 8th Florida
Columbia...... Wm. J. Huggins........ Capt. David Lang's ..... 8th Florida
do Jlames Long. .......... Capt. Simmons'........ 8th Florida
do E. G. Rogerson........ Capt. W. R. Moore's.... 2d Florida
do T. A. Huchingson....... Capt. C. II. Ross'........ 3d Florida
Duval......... Conner Roberts.......... Capt. John M. Pon's..... 8th Florida
do E. A. Fernandez........ Capt. J. J. Daniels'...... 2d Florida
do James C. West.......... Capt. L. A. Hardee's.... 3d Florida
do Josiah Roberts.......... Capt. John M. Pons'.... 8th Florida
do Wade Silcox............ Capt. John M. Pons'.... 8th Florida
do Jas. M. Flinn............ Capt. J. J. Daniels'...... 2d Florida
do Jas. Warren............ Capt. J. W. 8tark's...... 2d Florida
do Andrew Jonas.......... Capt. Valandingham's.... Tth Florida


Putnam ......
Santa Rosa....
do
do
Taylor.......
W alton ......
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
Washington ..


.... 8.00,
.. 10.00
... 10.41l
.... 10.00
.... 12.00
.. 6.25
.... 12.50
... 12.50
. .. 6.25
.... 6.25
... 7.00
.... .00
.... 8.331
.. 8.331
.... 8.33*
... 8.00
.. 8.00
.... 6.00













Gadsden....... Wm. P. McDonald......
do Moses Lambert.........
Hamilton...... Tiney Hogan...........
do Benj. F. Jackson........
do John L. Crews.........
Hernando...... J. J. Page ..............
do M. W. P ge............
Hillsborough.. Elisha Davi.............
Jackson....... J. C. Kemp.............
Jefferson....... Samuel V. Neeley.......
do Jesse Lewis............
do Joshua Duncan.........
do L. B. Walker...........
Leon........... Elijah Nichols...........
do George T. Brown.......
do Thos. Ford..............
Levy........... John H. Sutton.........
do Aaron Higginbotham...
do Silas Weeks............
do A. H. Bateman..........
Madison ...... J. F. C. Cooper.........
do Malachia Sloan..........
do Fred. W. Sealey.........
do Martin V. B. Lanier.....
do Clem Lanier...........
do R. M. White. ..........
do George Dice............
Nassau ........ John A. Woodburn.....
do Cornelius Wingate......
Polk .......... Thos. J. McMullen......
St. Johi s...... Peter Pelicer...........
Sumter........ Byrd Mohley............
do Jas. G. Wall ...........
Wakulla. ..... Robert R. Pigott........
do Richard Roberts........
do Larkin Robinson........
Washington.... Jas. L. Vickers ........
do Henry Anderson........
do C. T Ausburn...........


Capt. Bassett's..........
Capt. R. A. Waller's.....
Capt. C. J. Jinkens'.....
Capt. J. K. Stewart's....
Capt. C. F. Cones'.......
Capt. W. H. Dial's......
Capt. A. J. Lee's........
Capt. W. K. Parbridge's
Capt. Joseph M. White's
Capt. W. C. Bird's.......
Capt. Abram Bailey's....
Capt. Daniel B. Bird's...
Capt. Wm. Bailey's......
Capt. T. W. Brevard's...
Capt. R. N. Gardner's...
Capt. D. Williams'......
Capt. W. P. Pillen's.....
Capt. John C. Chambers'
Capt. Langford's......
Capt. Moore's.........
Capt. W. J. Partridge's..
Capt. A. J. Lee's.......
Capt. Girardeau's......
Capt. John Holloman's..
Capt. W. P. Pillan's.....
Capt. W. P. Pillan's.....
Capt. Bailey's..........
Capt. John T. Miller's..
Capt. H. C. Simmons'...
Capt. F. M. Clark's......
Capt. Alex. Moseley's...
Capt. W. L. Frierson's..
Capt. W. L. Frierson's...
Capt. D. L. Frierson's...
Capt. C. A. Bryan's.....
Capt. C. A. Bryan's....
Capt. H. B. Graces'......
Capt. Lane's...........
Capt. Barnard Lespier's.


6th Florida
8th Florida
10th Fla.
8th Florida
1st Florida
4th Florida
5th Florida
5th Florida
5th Florida
1st Florida
5th Florida
3d Florida
5th Florida
3d Florida
5th Florida
1st Florida
3d Florida
3d Florida
ith Florida
3d Florida
5th Florida
5th Florida

5th Florida
Ld Florida
Md Florida
2d Florida
1st Florida
3th Florida
10th Fla.
Md Florida
3th Florida
3th Florida
3d Florida
5th Florida
5th Florida
Rth Florida
1th Florida
4th Florida


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EXPENSES of Jurors and State Witnesses in the several
counties for the year 1885, arranged by Circuits.

FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Santa Rosa. .................................. .$2,113 45
Escambia ..................................... 3,434 25
Holmes..................................... 938 30
Washington ................. ................. 875 25
W alton ........................................ 504 60
Jackson ........................................ 2,346 30- $10,212 15
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Jefferson .......................................$ 839 55
Leon........................................... 2,382 20
Wakulla ...................................... 344 60
G adsden ....................................... 830 80
Liberty ........................................ 195 25
Calhoun ....................... .............. 453 45
Franklin ....................................... 1,325 40- $ 6,371 25
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Taylor ..........................................$ 397 65
M adison........................................ 1,017 60
H am ilton ...................................... 925 55
Suwannee ........................... ........ 2,15135
Columbia ...................................... 1,627 40
Lafayette ...................................... 1,309 75- $ 7,429 30
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
St. Johns .......................................$ 956 65
C lay ........................................... 1,732 75
Bradford ........... ....................... 447 80
Baker. .......................................... 419 85
N assau ............. ................. ........ 2,1 2 30
Duval .................. ..................... 5,767 95- $11,507 30
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Sum ter ........................................ $1,240 75
M arion ................................... ... 3,599 60
Putnam ........................................ 1,913 20
Levy ............................... ......... 1,476 20
Alachua ...................................... 2,179 95- $10,409 70
SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Hernando ..................... ........ .... .. $1,41240
Hillsborough ................................. 2,370 45
M onroe ....................... ..... ......... 1,412 85
Manatee ...................................... 10,018 30
Polk ........................................... 964 25- $16,178 25
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Orange .. ................................... $9,338 86
V olusia ........................................ 3,1:89 29
Brevard............... ...... .................... 1,322 55
D ade ..................... .................... -,- $13,800 70
$75,908 65







VALUE OF PROPEHTY, with Gross and Net Amount State Taxes, Asessed for the rear 1885, includ-
ing Licenses and Amount of Auction Tax.
GROSS ASSESSMENT. Total
Asae,- a.t dI r i to c Cony"oat fVo C C
COUNTIES. Value of G ren.- Laotnsc tTy r ." Coeuny 11 ou ty al
I inqinsolren- Tax. Propow. S, it Purlos es
Property. enue State Totea lc
Ta. Fund. Gross. aes, c. f.

ALACHUA............. $5,026,034 [i ,1 ., I $ 1019,3.13 i $21,325,70 $12.565.40 $36,403,85
BAKER......... ...... f19,570 I : r 2,396,86 '" 2,04.314 1,859 14 ..'"."' ... 5,142,36
BRADFORD........... 1,227,407 4,131.51 1,226.03 5,357.54 4,816.38 1,177.04 5,357.54 4,90982 1,227.76 4,909.83 16.404.95
BREVARD..... ....... 1,191,987 3,811.63 1,192.16 5,003. 7! 4,503,41 308.62 7,387.43 3,576.14 598.49 ......... 11,562.06
CALHOUN...... ...... 323,135 1,150.94 323.14 1,474.08 1,326.67 133.00 2,120.31 1,292 54 .... ............. 3,412.85
COLUMBIA........... 1.405,812 5,246i.21 1,404.57 6,65078 5.985.70 2,508.23 6.650.88 5,623.25 ........ 2,811.57 15,085.70
CLAY.................. 1.501,191 5.057.55 1,502.61 6,560.16 5,904.14 1,937.07 3.556.21 4,50183 1,501.26 1,501.30 11,060.60
DUVAL ............... (i,702,970 23,0i.41 6,702.97 29,767.38 26,790.64 26.264.22 29.767.38 26,811.88 13,405.94 13,405:94 83.391.14
DADE.......... ....... 114,327 375.47 114 23 489.70 440.73 120.00 489.70 285.341 57.40 228.40 1,060.84
ESCAMBIA............ 3,436,889 10,901.75 3,439.00 14,340.75 12.!06.67 14,756.95 14.336.381 10,312.731 1,723.65 5,162.78 31.535.54
FRANKLIN............ 369.190 1,291.73 369,91 1,661.64 1,495.47 1,574 88 1.661101 1,476.60 738.35 369.91 4.245.96
GADSDEN,............. 1,067,771 3,932.80 1,067.76 5,000.56 4,500.50 1,132.56 3,932.80 2,369.47 533.84 1,087.77 8,203.88
HILLSBORO'.......... 2,522,667 8,138.26 2,522.73 10,660.99 9,594.89 3,418.59 9,398.29 7,567.99 ................. 16,966.28
HERNANDO........... 1,866,080 6,112,54 1,867.9p 7,980.48 7,182.43 2,556.83 7,977'42 5,600.63 1,867.94 ..........15,445.99
HOLMES .............. 306,662 1,200.63 307.42 1,508.05 1,357.24 387.50 1,506.58 1,226.57 307.42 307.42 3,347.99
HAMILTON........... 1.249,648 5,327.44 1395.79 6,723.23 6,050.90 532.17 5,948.33 3,629.12 ........ 2,603.56 12,181.01
JACKSON............. 1,426.652 5,253.46 1,426.65 6680.11 6,012.09 5,261.82 5,253.45 2,139.98 2,139 98.......... 9,533.41 .
JEFFERSON.. ...... 1,468.103 5,675.80 1,468.10 7,143.90 6,429.51 1,142.52 9,348.95 4,404.30 737.59 10,276.70 24,767.54 "
LEVY................... 1,269,430 4.212.49 1,271.23 5,48372 4,935.34 2.804.74 2,934.46 6,356.15 5,024.96 942.20 15,257.77
LEON .................. 1,08,379 7,180 71 1,909.74 9,090.45 8,181.40 5,211.22 7.180.71 4,773.40 958.06 10.498.75 23,410.92
LAFAYETTE.. ....... 460.893 1,6i49.54 460.92 2,110.461 1,899.41 379.99; 2,110.49 1.843.46 460.99 460.97 4,875.91
LIBERTY ............. 323,809 1,076.93 323.85 1,400.78 1,260.70 1000 1400.70 809.27 971.44 323.85 3,505.26
MARION............... 4,456,728 14,483.03 4,457.09, 18.940 12 17,046.10 3.16(.43 16,719,56 11.150.00 2,236.62 4.457.11 34,563.29
MONROE............. 1,869,775 5,985.07 1,869 45 7.854.52 7,0069.06 ,7 7,854.52 7,479.02' 3,739.65 .... .... 19.073.19
MADISON............. 1,480,370 5,308.11 1.480.37 6.788.48 6,109.63 1 9,9.009.05 3,70091 .......... 5,921.48 18,631.44
MANATEE ........... 2,195,835 6,967.50 2,195.88 9,163.38 8,247.04 244.08 9,162.83 4.392.17 1,102.00 3,298.64 17,956.54
NASSAU............... 1,855,750 6,017.22 1,85579 7,873.01 7,085.70 2,391.71 7,873.01 7,423.01 1,855.81 2,319.26 19,471.09
ORANGE .............. 5,040,483 16,017.17 5,040.10 21.057 27 1,51.54 6,649.4 26,0928 17,64.5......... .......... 43,743.43
POLK .................. 2.600,840 8,24002 2,600.84 10,840.86 9,756.77 1,i78.341 8,240.02 7,802.52 3,901.26 ........ 19,943.80
PUTNAM .............. 3,552478 11,703.47 3,552.46 15.255.93 13,730.33 4.701.(3 11,703.47 10,657.47 1,782.62 3.552.46 27,696.02
SUWANNEE .......... 15(2,170 5,358.90 1503.88 6,862.78 6,176.50 3.475.49 5,358.00 4,511.40 4.511.40 1,503.88 15,885.58
SUMTER .............. 3,205,920 10.354.76 3,205.92 13,560.68 12,204.61 2,967.94 10.354.76 12.823 68 3,205.92 6,411.84 32,796.20
SANTA ROSA ......... 1,195410 4,258.73 1,195.41 5,454.14 4,908 72 2,001.60, 7,844.96 4,781.64 ........ ... 12.626.60
ST. JOHNS............ 1,187275 4,101.71 1,18703 5,288.74 4,759.86 434.73 4.10171 5.932.62 1,780.47 295.52 12,110.32
TAYLOR............... 240,868 907.861 241401 1,149.2; 1.034.33 346.11 1,152.15 1,202.88 722.93' 962.06 4,040.02
VOLUSIA....... 3,026,547 9,532.13 3,026.74 12.55887 11,302.20 2,360.34 6,499.38 15,135.52 3,026.74 ....... 24.661.64
WAKULLA............ 370,608 1,343.05 371.42 1,714.47 1,543.02 174.18 1,712.88 927.43 556.67 186.02 3,383.00
WALTON............. 622,986 2,336.40 622-80 2,959.20 2,663.27 506.64 2.650.12 1,868.11.......... 622.80 5,141.03
WASHINGTON........ 474,789 1,766.94 475.01' 2,241.95 2,017,75 1,240,55 1,766.94; 1,898.46 ......... ,898.46 5,563.88
70,667,458 237.816.69 70,824.43 308,641.09 277,770.64. 124,988.32 2891,790.49 233,567.00 63,810.85 86,920.52 674,088.86
Add Licenses received from Insurance Companies ..................... 6,750.01
Total.......................... .... ................... ....... $131,738,33
Received from Auction Tax, $612.25. WILLIAMI D. BARNES, Conptroller.