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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
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Creation Date: 1886
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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' THIE


STATE OF FLORIDA,

FOEI THE

FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1886.


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REPORT OF THE COMPTRIOLLEI.


TREASURtY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
COMPTIIOLTLEI'S OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1887.

To His Excellency Edward A. Perry, Governor of Florida:
Si: In accordance with the requirements of 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
ending December 31st, [106 :
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.
The aggregate balance in Treasury January 1st, 18S6,
w as .. ......................... .................. ... 167,215.45
The total receipts at the Treasury from all sources
and on all accounts for the year ending December
list, 18%8, were ..................... .... ,4S5.- 66:,701 10
Total expenditures for the year ending December
31st, 1886. ....................................... 407,806 47
Balance in Treasury January 1st, 1S7 ............ $255,890 63
This balance is distributed among the several funds, as follows:
General Revenue applicable to current expenses including in-
terest on bonded debt.. ..................................... 194,615 49
Common School Fund, Principal................................. 11,827 95
Common School Fund, Interest................................ 16,902 06
Seminary Fund, Principal ................... ......... ........... .55 89
Agricultural College Fund ....................................... 24 95
-;"i.,,. Fund Bonds of 1871................. ...... ....... ... 87 00
.ii I,., Fund Bond of 1873 ................ .. ........... .......... 245 8
General School, One Mill Tax................ ................. 31,311 31
Building Fund, Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute .................. 14 10

$255,894 63

GENERAL REVENUE ACCOUNT.
The receipts and disbursements on General Revenue Account for ths year
ending December 31st, 1886, were as follows:
RECEIPTS.
Balance on hand January 1st, 1886.................. $124,372 70
License Tax...................... ....... ........ 127,356 71
General Revenue 1886.............................. 8,488 27
General Revenue 1885 .............................. 21,662 17
General Revenue 1884... .......................... 7,844 71
Auction Tax................................. ..... 576 10












Criminal Prosecutions Costs ........................
Asylum Pay Patients .................. .............
Commission Tax .................. ..............
Sale Two Bales Centennial Cotton..................
Returned Premium Cancelled Policies State Build-
ings.. .
ing s. .... ......................................
Special Sinkin Fund.......................... ...
McClellan's Digest................................
Acts of Legislature ................................
DISBUISEMENTS.
Salaries Executive Department................. ...
Salaries Judicial Department.......................
Contingent Expenses of State.......................
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments...
Expenses Collection of Revenue ..................
Pensions ..... ... ...... ....................... .
Post Mortemn Examinations......... ...............
P rinting...... ..................................
Maintenance of Lunatics.................. .........
Census............................. ..............
Jurors and W witnesses ...............................
Contingent Expenses Suprecme CourL ...............
Contingent Expenses Circuit Court .................
Watecminan at Capitol ...........................
Janitor it Capitol ...............................
Railroad Tax Litigation ................. ..........
Appropriation for Agricultural Colege............
Stenographer, .................. ...............
Rewards for Aplpprelicnsion of Criminals .........
Criminal Prosecutions .............. ...........
Purchase Books Supreme Court Library ........ ....
Institute Blind, Deaf and Dumb .....................
Conviction Fces State Attorneys.... ........ ....
Coutingent Expenses ol Capitol ...................
Expenses of convicts .............................
Expenses of Normal Schools.................. ......
Indian Hostiliies 149 ..........................
Contingent Expenses Superintendent t'ublic Instruc-
tioi i ........ ........ ........ .... .... .... .... ......
Salary Chaplain SlIate1 Cionticts...................
World's Industriail and Cotton (Centennial ...........
Librarian Supremel Conut ...........................
Printing Supreme (lourt, Reports...................
Expenses of Teacherl Institutes .............. ....
Revenue Refunded .............................. ..
Completing List of State and United States Land En-
tries .................. ........................
Interest on Bonded delit............................
Balance on hand ..................................


Balance on hand January 1, 1ST ..................


786 14
597 91
1,269 09
120 3S

2:33 15
240
90 00
40 00-


$49;3,491 64


*25,225 00
31,346 67
2,971 77
710 21
23,791 W0
7,385 80
390 00
7,511 20
44,954 67
467 41
40,99 (30
998 57
6; 00
400 00
3:3 00
268 58
4,000 00
1,081 ;0
1,025 00
161 29
730I 75
:,841 S4
2,440 00
076 27
2,500 00
:;,33S :9
1S4 21

50000
3U0 00
13 31;
225 00
1,904 8O
1,420 04
425 03

520 00
80,049 00- $29S,,824 15
19-4,(615 49

;493,439 64
1f94,615 49


BONDED DEBT.
Seven percent. Bonds of 1871...................... $:;50,000 00
Six per cent. Bonds of 187; ......................... 0 0'-$,,000 -$1,75,000
Deduct Bonds of 1871 and 1S7:; in Sinking Funds.... 218,,00 00

Outstanding ........................... ...... $1,05(i,200 00
Of which $625,500 03 are held in the different (edu-
cational lunds of tie State, as follows:
School Fund.......................... ... ......... 3 7,400 00













Agricultural College Fund......................... 13,800 00
Seminary Fund .................................... 9 ,300 00- 625,500 00

Leaving practically to be provided for at maturity.. $430,700 00


WARRANTS ISSUED.

The amount of warrants issued from January 1st to December 31st, 18S6,
amouut'to $25S,190.17 :
Maintenance of Lunatics ............................ S14,8 '2 17
Salaries Executive Department..................... 25,225 00
Salaries Judicial Department....................... 31,346 07
Printing ......... .......... ......................... 7,72 09
Jurors and W witnesses .............................. 46, 72 71
Contingent Expenses of State....................... 2. 47
Appropriation for Janitor at Capitol................ 3:3 00
Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court............. 9I1O 57
Appropriation for Watchman at Capitol............. 400 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol..................... ,S2 77
Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depart-
m ents...... ..................................... 10 21
Post Mortem Examinations ........................ :;30 00
Salary Chaplain to State Convicts ................... 3 00 00
Expenses Collecting Revenue...................... 24,6 0
Expenses of Convicts .................. ............. 2,500 0
Rewards for arrest of fugitives...................... 1,025 00
Criminal Prosecutions ............................ 101 2
For compiling list of State and United States Land
E entries ........................................ 5 0 00
Expenses of Railroad Tax Litigations................ 2(i: 58
Expenses of Normal Schools ........................ 2,5S'- 39
Contingent Expenses of Superintendent of Public In-
struction.... ................ ......... ....... .. 500 00
Institute Blind, Deaf and Dumb.................... 3,341 84
Conviction Fees of State Attorneys, payable out of
moneys realized from hire of convicts............. 2,21500
.r.. .. . ................................. 1,0s1 0o
I'n,. tI.... I i ..... for Supreme Court Library....... 7:;0 75
Printing Supreme Court Reports.................... 1,1904 SO
Expenses of Census of 1885.................. ....... 489 40
Salary of Librarian of Supreme Court............... 225 00
Expenses of the World's Industrial and Cotton Cen-
tennial Exposition at New Orleans, La ............. 1 :36
The Florida Aagricultural College.................... 4,00 00(
Revenue Refunded .................. ............... 4s:2 81
P tensions ....................................... .... '7,l;5 sO
Seminary Fund, Interel, ............................ 5,(104 00
Common School Fund, Interest.................... 27,507 ss
General School, one Mill Tax ................. ...... 6,522 74
Comptroller's Certiticates for Indian Hostilities of
1849 ........... ................................. 1.. 4 21


t25s, li0 17
Add Interest on Bonds of S1';1 and 1873, paid by
State Treasurer on coupons.... ................. S0,04 1100


$33S,239 17


(f this amount there were warrants issued 1o the amount of
:-l0,031 .(62, which were payable out of the School and Semi-
nary Funds, leaving $29s8,04.55 payable out of General Rlev-
enlte.










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ESTIMATED APPROPRIATIONS NECESSARY FOR FISCAL YEAR IS .
For Salaries Executive Department....... .......... $18,000 00
Salaries Judicial Department...................... 33,573 00
Maintenance of Iunaties .......................... 35,000 00
Jurors and W witnesses .............................. 90,000 00
Chief Clerk in Compt roller's office ................ 1,50 00
Expenses Collection of Revenue.................. 25,000 00
Private Secretary to the Governor................. 900 00
Librarian Supreme Court................ ........ 3100 00
Clerk in Treasurer's Office........................ 1,200 00
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court ............. 2,500 00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library.... 500 00
Janitor at C;pitol ................................ 3 100 00
W atchman at Capitol........ ........ ............ 400 00
General Printing and Adverltiing.................. 5,000 00
Book Keeper in Compitroler's l'ticec.............. 1,000 00
Printing Supreme Court R ports. ................ 2,0o 0 )0
Stationery executive and Legislative Departments. 1,000 00
Post Mortem Examinations.. .......... ......... 50000
Payment of valid Coupons. lionds of 1857......... 7,5ti0 00
Rewards for arrest of Fugitives troiii Justice..... ,00000
Contingenut Expenses of C'.apitol.................. 1,0O 00t
Contingent Expenses of s'tatc. ................... 3,000 t0
Traveling and ineident:al expenses Superinltendent
oft public Instruclion. ................... ... 50000
Township Plats and Lists of State and U. S. Land
entries lor use of Assessors.... ............... 500 00
Expenses of tin Legiislature, upon basis of Session
of' 1883, for i60 days, in'ilIding Printing........ 63,000 00
Criminal Prl'osecutions uldettr ibe provisions of SeC-
tion i of Art. XVI, Constitilution of 18.5 ....... il,0 00
Blind, Deaf and Dumb In Ltlit te .................. 5.,0u0 00
Repairs of Capitol, to mele estimates by Adjutan
G general ....................................... 5,000 00
Interest on Bonds o1 1811 and l,7;................ 0,000 00-
$4(i9,233 0
ESTIMATrED A PPRIOPlATIONS NECESSARY FOR FISCAL YEAR 18SS,
For Salaries Executive Department.................. $1s8,000 00
Salaries Judicial Department..................... 3:1,573 00
Maintenance of Lunatics ..... .................. 35,000 00
Jurors and W itnesses.......................... 90,000 00
Chief Clerk in Comptroller's Oflice............. 1,500 00
Expenses Collection of Revenue................ 25,000 00
Private Secretary to the Governor............... !100 00
Librarian Supreme Court ....................... 300 00
Clerk in Treasurer's Ofllice ..................... 1,200 00
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court ........... 2,500 00
Purchase of Books Supreme Court Library...... 500 00
Janitor at Capitol ............................. 300 00
W atchman at Capitol ........................... 400 00
General Printing and Advertising............... 8,00000
Book-Keeper in Comptroller's office........... 1,000 00
Printingt Supireme Court Rept orts................ 2,00 00
Stationery Executive and Legislative Depart-
m ents...................... ............. 1,000 00
Post Mortem Examinations...... .. .. 500 00
Rewards for arrest of Fugitives from Justice.... 2,000 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol............... 1,000 00
Contingent Expenses of State .................. 3,000 00
Criminal Prosecutions, under the provisions of
Section 9, of Article XVI, Constitution of
1885 .................................... 80,000 00
Township Plats and Lists of State and United










States Land Entries for Assessors......... 500 00
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute ............... 5,000 00
Insurance of State Buildings................... 1,00000
Traveling and incidental expenses Superintend-
ent of Public Instruction................. 500 00
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873............. 80,000 00-$:;94,673 00
ESTIMATE OF APPROPRIATIONS TO COVER DEFICIENCIES FOR 1886.
jurorss and Witnesses ......... ......... ........ .............. $76,000 00
Expenses Constitutional Convention of 1S85 ...................... 20,500 00
i'ontingent Expenses Snureme Court ............................. 2,600 00
Expenses Census of 1885.. .. .......................... 6,000 00
$105,100 00

)DEFI l ENCIES.
It will lIe observed that a large deficiency exists in the ap-
propriations made two years ago for jurors and witnesses.
This is caused by the general increase of business in the courts,
and as there is no way of avoiding or curtailing this necessary
expenditure it must be met. The largest single item of expense
which the State has to bear is that of paying jurors and wit-
nesses. But in this way the revenues are more generally dis-
tributed among those -who contribute to them than in any
other. And as tile citizen who performs that service receives
very small compensation therefor, the subject of the needful ap-
propriation for that purpose, will, it is hoped, receive prompt
attention from the Legislature. In this connection I beg to
call attention to the increased expense incurred by the courts
in this line of service, as shown by the parallel columns in the
appendix, for the years 18-85 and 18S6. It will be seen that in
1885 the expense of jurors and witnesses reached k75,008.65,
which is ,'_5, 008.65 more than was appropriated for that pur-
pose at the last session of the Legislature; and that in 188I the
increase was 8:34,487. '7, making the cost of jurors and wit-
nesses for I188 run up to near $85,000. In addition to this,
there was an increase in the amount required to pay jurors and
witnesses at coroners' inquests, and for feeding jurors in cases
of felony. This regular increase in the expenses of the courts
incident to a steady growth in population, and general activity
in business, which gives rise to litigation, makes it neces-
sary to ask for a larger annual appropriation for jurors and
witnesses, and I have placed it at 890,000. I hope the expen-
ditture will be less than that, but tlhe experience of the last
two years will not warrant a smaller estimate.
The last Legislature appropriated 88,000 to pay the expense
of taking the census of 188Is. This was insutlicient at the rate
of compensation fixed by tl, act providing for the census, and
I have to ask for 86,000 more to pay those who did the work
according to the requirements of law.
The expense of the Constitutional Convention of 1885 ex.










needed the appropriation for that purpose by the Legislature,
and I have asked for $20,500.00 to cover the deficiency. This
amount includes the interest due on the certificates issued by
authority of the Convention to its members, and which it is
presumed will be paid with the principal.
The deficiency of $2,600.00 for contingent expenses of the
Supreme Court is stated by the couit to be necessary to pay for
the work required in consequence of the increase of business
brought before it.
CRIMINALL PROSECUTIONS.
It is hoped the attention of the Legislature will be directed
to the extraordinary expense thrown upon the State by the
provision in the Constitution, contained in section 9, Article
XVI, in order that proper enactments may be provided to pro-
tect the treasury against what is feared will become a
wasteful expenditure of the public funds. The best estimate
I have been able to obtain from the several counties of
the costs and expenses incurred by them in and about
criminal prosecutions, places it at not less than $80,000. This
is when the accounts are audited by the Boards of County
Commissioners, who are more or less familiar with each case
presented for allowance of costs or have means of reliable in-
formation at hand. It can hardly be less when the Comptroller
is required to audit them, who is necessarily ignorant of the
facts attending every hill of costs which may be presented.
There should be such provision of law as will throw the strict-
est safeguards around this expenditure. It will be seen that I
have asked for an appropriation of $s0,000 to meet this expense,
and I fear this will be barely sufficient.
Another matter of importance to be considered by the Leg-
islature is the lack of means to carry on the government during
the quarter which intervenes between the end of the fiscal year
(31st December) and the session of the Legislature in April.
Many bills fall due during that time, and mostly to parties who
are in immediate need of their pay; and [ suggest that an ap-
propriation, amounting to 25 per cent. of the annual appropri-
ations, be made for the lirst quarter of Iss!,, for "jurors and
witnesses," "expenses collection of revenIue," "janitor" and
Swatchman at the Capitol, for the maintenance of lunatics,"
and fol-criminal prosecutions." If this is done, the regular
annual appropriation for 1 sS, when made by the Legislature
of that year, can be lessened to tiht extent.
RATE I 1F TAXATION.
With the increase of taxable property, as shown by this re-
port,the people might have reason to expect a reduction in the










rate of taxation. This it would have been in the power of
your Excellency to recommend to the Legislature were it not
that the expenditures of the State are now greatly augmented
by having to bear the expense of the criminal prosecutions in
all the courts of the State, and by the increase in the amount
requiired to pay jurors and witnesses, while the income from
the poll tax has been diverted from the general revenue of the
State to the school fund, thereby materially lessening our re-
sources for general expenses.
It must be borne in mind, too, that without any increase in
the rate of taxation, we have within the last two years been
able to meet the extra expense of holding a Constitutional
Convention, amounting to more than $53,000 ; and, notwith-
standing the increase in the current expenses above mentioned,
the State government can be maintained without resorting to
any heavier rate of taxation than is now existing, if the license
tax is permitted to stand and the regular increase in the tax-
able property is continued. This should produce a feeling of
relief with the taxpayers, for the burthens which have been
thrown upon the State have lessened the burthens on the
counties correspondingly, and the rate of taxation for county
purposes must necessarily be reduced.
ASSESSING TAXES.
The Constitution of 188. gives the Legislature more scope
in providing the methods of assessing taxes, and it is hoped
that there will be a thorough revision of the revenue laws in
that respect, for the system now in operation is either a gross
failure, or the office of assessor is generally filled by incomn-
petents. It would be the part of wisdom. to increase the com-
pensation of the assessors of taxes so that better business
qualifications could be secured for the office. In the end it
would be a great saving to the State, for now the blunders and
inaccuracies committed by many of them cause much loss and
unnecessary expense. Thousands of acres of land escape
taxation, and the inequality of the assessments produces great
dissatisfaction among taxpayers. There is nothing' that will
engage the attention of the Legislature which requires more
thoughtful deliberation, and which is of more importance to
the State and her citizens, than the subject of providing a just
and more efficient mode of assessing taxes.
I cannot close this report without calling attention to the
necessity of providing more office ooom for this department.
The rapid accumulation of papers and books containing the
vouchers and other valuable documents and records of the
State has overrun the capacity afforded by the apartment here-
tofore set aside for the Comptroller, and it is now a matter








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physical impossibility to stow away the records and do the
clerical work within the'narrow limits provided.
To preserve the most important records against the accident
of fire, another large fire-proof safe is needed. The safe room
is now insufficient.
And I must add here that the clerical force allowed this
office by the Legislature is inadequate to the work required.
It is unfair to compare the present with the iast, in that rc-
spect, for the additional labor thrown upon the office in the
matter of tax sale certificates alone is more than all the busi-
ness of the office required ten years ago. To answer all in-
quiries promptly, and to keep up with the continued increase
in every branch of the business, render it necessary to have
more help than has been heretofore provided.
I beg leave to call your attention to the several tables hereto
appended. Very respectfully,
W. D. BARNES,
Comptroller.
















APPENDIX.





(1)
STATEMElNT' slowing the Assessment of Railroad Property for
the year 18s8; in each County, as assessed by the Comptrol-
ler, with the assistance and advice of tile Attorney-General
and Treasurer."

FLORIDA RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION CO.
Gadsden county-
Malin track 5 miles, at....................... $7,000 8-2405,00
Side track .35 miles, at ................... .. 3,500 1,610 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ............... 20,0.) 9s- a267,5.9 95
Leon county-
Main track 26 miles, at...................... 7,000 182,01t0 00
MIain track St Marks Branch, 11 miles, at..... 2,500 27,500 00
Side track 2 40 miles, at ....................... ;3,500 S,400 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 22,18) ;1- 240,0 ,9 :;
Wakulia county-
Main track St. MaIrks Branch, 10 miles, at..... 2,500 25,000 00
Side track .04 m iles, at.......... ............ ,500 140 001
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 5,9!7 I11- 1,137 11
.Jefferson county-
Main track 1S miles, at........................ 7,000 120(,000) 00
Main track Monticello Branch, 4 miles, at..... 2,510 10,000 00
Side Ir.ckl 1. 1 m iles, at .............. ....... 3,5 0 :.,.r2o 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 13,1:3i4- 14 3.113 :11
Madison county-
Main I rack 34 miles, at..... ..... ............. 7,000 23;8.S00 100
Side track 1 21) miles, at ...................... 3,500 4,515 00
Pro rata value rolling stock ................. 20,;'0 is- '2,105)
Suwain ee county-
Main track 25 miles, at ....................... 7,000 175,000 00
Side track .Sl miles, at........................ :;,500 13,010 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock................ 14,91',2 s- 1l;,002 1)
Columbia county-
Main track 21 miles, at....................... 7,000 147,000 00
Side track .0; m iles, at ........................ 3,500 2,310 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 12,5:0 09;- 11,003 90
Baker mounty-
Main track 24 miles, at....................... 7,000 1(;8,000 0(
Side track .52 miles, at....................... 3,500 1,20 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock................ 14,11:; 0- 184,213 07
Duval county-
Main tack 55.40 miles, at.................... 7,000 387,l)0 00
Side track 3.50 miles, at ..................... 3,500 12,460 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock................ 33,223 9- 43:,483 '."
Nassau county-
Main track 48.30 miles, at................... 7,000 338,100 00
Side track 2.44 miles, at...................... 3,500 8,540 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock................ 28,966 05- 375,606 05













Clay county-
Main track 5.80 miles, at..................... 7,000
Side track .24 miles, at....................... 8,500
Pro rata value of roiling stock ..............
Bradford county-
Main track 20.:0 miles, at.................. .. 7,000
Side track .87 miles, at ................. ..... 3,500
Pro rata value of rolling stock................
Alachua county-
Main track 59.28 miles, at.................... 7,000
Side track 1.94 miles, at...................... 3,500
Pro rata value of rolling stock................
Levy county-
Main track 30.80 miles, at ..................... 7,000
Side track 1.11 miles, at....................... 3,500
Pro rata value of rolling stock................
Marion county-
Main track 39.15 miles, at.................... 7,000
Side track 1-01 miles, at ...................... .3,500
Pro rata value of rolling stock ...............
Sumter county-
Main track 50.85 miles, at.................... 7,000
Side track 2.41 miles, at....................... 3,500
Pro rata value ol rolling stock................
Orange county-
Main track 1.5S miles, at..................... 7,000
Side track 1 mile, at......................... 3,500
Pro rata value of rolling stock................
Hernaudo county-
Main track 1 IS m iles, at ...................... 7,000
Side track .59 miles, at ....................... 3,500
Pro rata value of rolling stock................


40,600 00
840 00
3,478 3-- 44,918.33

142,100 00
3,045 00
12,174 14- 157,319 14

414,960 00
6,790 00
35,550 87- 457,300 87

378,600 00
3,885 00
23,868 50- 306,353 50

274,260 00
3,535 00
23,496t 68- 301,391 68


355,950 00
8,435 00
30,495 31--

11,060 00
3,500 00
917 54-

8,260 00
2,06500
707 66-


HILLIARD AND BAILEY'S R. 1.
Nassau county-
Main track 15 miles, at....................... 1,200 22,500 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 3,200 00-
JACKSONVILLE STREET RAILROAD.
Duval county-
Main track 3.79 miles, at .................... 2,000 7,580 00
Side track .4 m iles, at ........................ 1,000 460 00
'ro rata value of rolling stock ................ 4,000 00-
BLUE SPRINGS, ORANGE CITY & ATLANTIC R. R.
Volusia county-
.MainI track s miles, atc ......................... 6,000 48,000 00
Side track .75 miles, at.. .................... 4,000 3,000 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 12,030 00-


394,880 31



15,507 54



11,032 66



25,700 00




12,040 00




63,030 00


TAVARES, (OLANDO & ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
()Urang co(unty-
Slain track 25.74 miles, at..................... (i,000 154,440 00
Side track 1.1l miles, at...................... 3,000 4,530 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................. 18,310 i5- 177,2 ,0 95
Sumter county-
M ain track 5.89 miiles, at...................... 6,000 32,670 I0)(
P'ro rata \alue of ollilmg stock................. 4,190 0:- 36,60 0:
SAVANNAH, FLORIDA & WESTERN RAILROAD.
IIHmiltoil couniy-
Main:\ track 14.05 miles, at.................... 7,000 98,350 00
Side track .75 miles, tt ... ................... 3,500 2,625 00
Pro l ata value of rolling stock ................ 10,920 27- 117,S9527










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Suwannce county-
Main track 40.50 miles, at................... 7,000 283,500 00
Side track 2 23 miles, at....................... 3.500 7,805 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 48,773 74- 340,07 7-1
Columbia county-
Main track 12.50 miles, at.................... 7,000 87,500 00
Side track .28 miles, at ....................... 3,500 980 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock............. .... 15,053 103,5:;3 G2
Alachua county-
Main track 25.54 miles, at.................... 7,000 17 ,780 00
Side track 3.13 miles, at................. ... 3,500 10,955 00
Pro rata value ot rolling stock................ 30,757 56- 220,492 54
Gadsden county-
Main track 2.80 miles, at..................... 7,000 20,020 00
Side track 1.S4 miles, at ..................... 3,500 6.440 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 3,444 2 29,004 G
Nassau county--
Main track 23.40 miles, at .................... 8,000 187,200 00
Side track 23.1 miles, at..................... 4,000 8,840 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ................ 28,180 3:9- 224,220 3:3
Duval county-
Main track 15.23 miles, at.................... ,00 121,840 00
Side track :;.67 miles, at................. ... 4,000 14,68000
Pro rata value of rolling stock................ 18,41 ;3;- 154, -Gl 3.
S I'. JOHNS & HALIFAX RIVER RAILROAD).
Putnam county-
Main track 4 miles, at ....................... 3,000 12,000 00
Pro rata value of rolling lock ................ 23,800 00- 14,1,(00 0
St. Johns counitv-
Main track 211 miles, at....................... 3,000 78,000 0)
Pro rata value of rolling stock................ 18,200 00 --,2UO 0

JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE & IIALIFAX Ill\ ER RAILWAY C.
St. Johns county-
M ain track 16.47 m iles, at .................... 4,000 4 i5,ss4l I)
Side track .50 m ilee at....................... 2,000 1,0;10 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock............... 21,008 ;13- s87,-8 ;:
Duval County-
Main track 18.7 miles, at ..................... 4,000 4,120 00
Side track .50 miles, it. ....................... 2,000 1,000 00
Pro rata value of rolling stock ............... '2:3,9ll 42- 9,,I1d 12
PALATKA & INDIAN RIVER RAILROAD.
Putnllan county-
Main track 25.17 miles, at....... .......... 6,000 151,020 00
wide track 1.50 miles, at...................... 3,(00 5,400 00- 150,420 00
Volusia county-
Main track 44 58 miles, at............... ..... 60,000 267,4s0 00
Side track 2.70 miles, at ...................... 3,100 9,7201)0- 277,200 00
Orange county-
Main track 4.50 miles, at..................... 6,000 27,000 00
Side track .23 miles, at ....................... 3,(00) 720 00- 27,720 0O

TITUSVILLE DIVISION OF TIE PALATKA AND INDIAN RIVER
RAILROAD. )
Volusia county-
Main track 21 miles, at................. ... 6,000 160,000 00
Side track .;0 miles, at ................... ..... :;,(0 1,0s80 00- 17;,08:) 00
Brevard county-
Main track 15 miles, at........................ 6,000 0,000 00
Side track .20 miles, at ....................... 3,600 7'0 00-- 10,720 00











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JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA & KEY WEST RAILROAD.
Duval county-
Main track 11.50 miles, at.................... 7,000 80,500 00
Side track one mi!e, at ...................... 3,00 ,00 00
Pro rata value rolling stock....... ......1,745 40- 105,745 46
Clay county-
Main track 25.50 miles, at.................... 7,000 109,500 00
Side track .75 miles, at....................... 3,500 2,025 00
Pro rata value rolling stock.................. 53,S890 93- 250,015 93
Putnam county-
Main track 15 miles, at...................... 7,000 105,000 00
Sidetrack .50 miles, at........... ......... 3,500 1,750 00
Pro rata value rolling stock .................. 28,3303 65- 135,113 05

PENSACOLA AND MOBILE RAILROAD AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Escambia county-
Main track 5.67 miles, at.................... 2,500 14,175 00
Side track 1.87 miles, at..................... 2,000 ",740 00- 17,915 00
ST. AUGUSTINE AND PALATKA RAILROAD.
St. Johns county-
Main track 2 miles, at......... ............. 7,000 14,000 00- 14,00000
ST. JOHNS RAILROAD COMPANY.
St. Johns county-
Main track 14.50 miles, at .................... 1,500 21,750 00
Side track one mile, t ....................... 1,500 1,50000
Pro rata value rolling stock.................. 13,550 00- 36,800 00
PENSACOLA AND ANDALUSIA RAILROAD.
Santa Rosa county-
Main track nine miles, at .................... 1,000 9,00000
Pro rata value rolling stock.................. 3,200 00- 12,200 00
PENSACOLA AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
Escambia county-
Main track 10.50 miles, at .................... 7,000 73,500 00
Side track two miles, at ..................... 3,500 7,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock .................. 5,179 75- 85,67975
Santa Rosa county-
Main track 39.50 miles, at.................. 7,000 276,500 00
Side track 1.22 miles, at.................. ... 3,500 4,37500
Pro rata value rolling stock .................. 19,485 74- 300,360 74
Walton county-
Main track 36.50 miles, at .................. 7,000 '255,500 00
Side track 1.10 miles, at .................... 3,500 3,850 00
Pro rata value rolling stock ................. 18,005 81- 277,355 81
Holmes county-
Main track 21.25 miles, at.................... 7,000 148,750 00
Side track .75 miles, at ...................... 3,500 2,625 00
Pro rata value rolling stock.................. 10,482 82- 161,857 82
Washington county-
Main track 14 miles, at ...................... 7,000 98,00000
Side track .75 miles, at..................... 3,500 2,62500
Pro rata value rolling stock................... 6,906 34- 107,531 34
Jackson county-
Main track 38 miles, at ...................... 7,000 2366,000 00
Side track 1.50 miles, at ...................... 3,500 5,250 09
Pro rata value rolling stock .................. 18,745 78- 289,99578
Gadsden county-
Main track 1 mile, at......................... 7,000 7,000 00
Fro rata value rolling stock.................. 493 31- 7,493 31













LOUISVILLE AND NASIVILLE RAILROAD.
Escambia county-
Main track 43.94 miles, at.................... 6,000 203,040 00
Side track S.07 miles, at... ........... ,500 20,175 00
Pro rata value rolling stock ................. 115,450 00- :;0),265 00

GREEN COVE SPRING AND MIDLAND RAILROAD.
Clay county-
Maiu track 10 miles, ut ....................... 2,000 20,000 00
Side track .1: miles, at ....................... 23,000 250 00
Pro rata value rolling stock.................. 3.050 00-- :),:;00 00

PENSACOLA & PERDIDO RAILROAD.


Escambia county-
Main track S miles, at .................... 3,500
Side track 2 miles, at......................... 3,500
Pro rata value rolling stock..................

SOUTTI FT.ORTDA RATT.ROA)


28,000 00
7,000 00
20,250 00- 55,250 00


Orange countiy-
Main track 4. miles, at.............. ...... 5,183 25S,9053 07
Side track 4.51 miles, at ....................... ,500 11,275 00
Pro rata value rolling stock.... ..............2,85 Ol-3313 7:
Polk county-
Main track 53: 27 miles, 37.04 at 5,183 I .........
16.23 at 3,000 ........ 240,676 47
Side track 2.68 miles, at ..... ................ ,500 ,700 0
Pro rata value rolling stock .................. 601,.-38 13- 314,214 60
Ilillsboroulgh county-
IMain track ,s miles, at......... .... ...... 5,183 145,130 16
Side track 1.34 miles, at ....................... .,500 3,350 00
Pro rata value rolling stock................... 5,1 174- 18:;,I1 90


SOUTI[ FLORIDA FOR TIE FLORIDA SOUTHERN R. R.
Sumter county-
Main track :; miles, at. .................... 5,300 3,808 00
aide track 1.28 miles, at ....................... 3,000 3,600 00-- 7,023) 00
Hernlaldo county-
Main track 31.78 miles, at..................... 5,800 168,434 00
aide track .58 miles, at......................... 3,000 1,740 00- 170,174 00
IIillsborough county-
Main track 1 40 miles, at ....................... 5,300 7,420O00- 7,420 00
Polk county-
Main track 23.55 miles 10 at 5,300............
13.55 at 4,300 ............. 111,265 00
Side track .35 miles, at........................ 3,000 1,050 00--112,315 00

SANFORD & INDIAN RIVER RAILROAD.


Orange county-
SMain track 16.50 miles, at ..................... 2,700
Side track .58 miles, aL........ ................. 1,000

TAMPA STREET RAILROAD.
Hillsborough county--
Main track 2.25 miles, at ....................... ,000
Pro rata value rolling stock....................


44,550 00
58000- 45i,130 00



4,500 00
1,475 00-- 5,975 00


JACKSONVILLE & ATLANTIC RAILROAD.
Duval county-
Main track 10.25 miles, at..................... 4,000 65,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock .................... 16,575 00- 81,S75 00














DELAND & ST. JOHNS RIVER R.ILROAD.


Volusia county-
Main track 5 miles, at ......................... 2,000
Side track .31 m iles, at......................... 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock .................

ESCAMBIA RAILROAD.
Escambia county-
M ain track J miles, at .................. ...... 2,500
Pro rata value rolling stock.....................


10,000 00
310 00
3,400 00-$13,710 00



5,000 00
4,100 OJ-- 9,100 00


FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Putual county--
Maini track 2S.7) miles, at ....................... 5,000 143,950 00
Side track 2.50 miles, at........................ 2,500 6,250 00
Pro rata value rolling stock .................... 12,010 61-162,210 6i
Marion county-
Main track l :1.4: miles, at ...................... 5,000 197,150 00
Side track .50 m iles, at......................... 2,500 1,250 00
Pro rata v\.lle rolling stock ................ 1 ,449 41-214,149 41
Sulnter conty--
Main track :30.7(i miles, at..................... 5,000 183,800 00
Side track .20 miles, at .................. ...... 2,500 500 00
Pro rata value rolling stock ................... .15,335 54-199,6:35 54
Alachua county--
Main track l !1.5: miles, at..................... 5,000 1)7,050 00
Side tracl .30 miles, at................... .... 2,500 750 00
Pro rata value : it.- stock.................... 16,4)1 13-214,8.1i 1:
Manatee county-
Main track .25 nilhes, at ....................... 5,000 125,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock ............. ..... 10,42:1 50-135,429 50
Polk couimy-
Main track .20 miles, at.................. ..... 5,000 100,000 00
Pro rata v.due rollin- sto:k ................... S,3I43 60--10S,S483 I;
Heruandoo county v-
Main track 11.60 miles, at.................... 5,000 5S,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock ................... 4,8:39 21-'.)2,s:y9 2P

MICANOPY BRANCH OF THE FLA. SOLUTIIERN R. R.
Alichua county-
M ain track 3.50 miles, at...................... 5,000 17,500 00
Pro rata value rolling stock .................. 1,400 13- 1S,961 1:
CITRA BlR \NCIH OF THE FLA. SOUTHERN R. R.
Marion county-
Main track 6(.10 miles, at ...................... 5,000 :34,500 00
Pro rata \ ,luc rolling stock ................... 2,878 54- :;7,3;I 54
ST. JOINS & LAKE EUSTIS RAILROAD.
Orange county-
Main track :17.75 miles, at..................... 3,000 113,250 00
Side track .50 miles, at...................... 1,500 750 00
Pro rata value of rolliun tock ................ 10,672 10- 124,6;2 10
Sumtner county-
Main track 9.95 miles, at ..................... 3,0001 2l),S50 00
Pr,, rata value rollin I stock .................. 2,:1 2 90-- 32,06:! I 0
PINE STREET RAILROAD.
Duval county-
lMain track 1 40 miles, at...................... 2,000 2,800 00
'ro ra'a value of rolling stock ................ 1,200 (00- 4,000 00












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STATEMEtNT showing tile C-ngt and value ofl Main and Sidr Trac ks and lie Rolling Stock of each Railroad in the State
assessed for the year 1880.


NAME OF ROAI.




Florida Railway and Navigation (0..

Savannah, Florida & Western Ry......
Pensacola and Atlantic R. R ............
Florida Southern Railway. ..............
Micanopy Branch Florida Southern Ry ......
Citra Branch Florida Southern R) ....
South Florida Railroad ...... ... .

South Florida R. R., Brch Pemberton Ferry to Bilwtow.
Louisville and Nashville R, R...........
Blue Springs, Orange City & Atlantic n. K. ... .....
Tavares, Orlando & Atlantic R. R.
St. Johns & Halifax River R. ... ..
Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Halifax River tRy
Palatka and Indian River Ry ...
Titunville Division of the Pnlatka & Indian River Ry.
Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Ry ................
Pensacola & Mobile R. R. & Mfg. Co.. ..
St. Augustine & Palatka R. R........... ..
St. Johns Railway ..........
Green Cove Spring & Midland R. R....
Pensacola & Perdido R. R. .......
Sanford & Indian River R. It............
Hilliard & Bailey's R. R .....
Jacksonville Street Railway.....
Tampa Street Railway ..... .. ..
Jacksonville & Atlantic R. R...
DeLand & St Johns River R. R....... ..
E ecam bia R. R............... .. .
St Johns & Lake Eustis R. R..........
Pine Street R. R., Jacksonville..... .. .......
Fernandina & Amelia Beach R. R......... .......
Jacksonville & Surburban R. R...
Pensacola & Andalusia R. R.. .............


MAIN I RAi 1
Ai.PeSmil.t Valuer.

Miles. .e-r nile. Value.-


504.67' $7.01)
25 (0 2..50
U5.45 7,00
38.t63 ,i(U
160.75 7.Oa
2oll.11 5.00
3.501 5.01
t.90U 5,01
411.00 5,11
16.23' 3,00
40;.81 5.:ll
1.1.55 4,:3
43.94 6,oU

31.63 6,aL
3S0.0 36.0
35.30 4,0u
74.25 6.0o
36.00 6,0U
55 00 7,U0
5.67 2.5(

14.501 1,5
10.00 2 .0
8.o0 3,5t
16 50: 2,71
15.00 1.2i
3.79y 2.01
16.25 4.0(
5.00 2.0l
2.00! 2,51
47.70 3.01
1.40 2.01
2 100 3,5(
1.751 2,01
V.00 1,01
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StDE TRACK.
Assessment.

Miles. Per Mile. Value.


TII IN..


Valu'. T'I' anl Vahlue.


".25 3,95.0 8.8:
S,.oi5.19U.OO 22.42 $3.500 $78.820 $.17.648.97 3.SI91.658. 7

977,10.00 58 40 52,325 161,471.17 1,1,6.17
1,125,250.00 7.35 3,500 25.725 79.2i0.551 1.23,.274.55
1.005.550.010 3;.510 2500 8.750 8:,899.08 1,U0s,199.08
17,500.00 ....... ....... .... 1,400.18 185,60.13
34.500.00' .. .878.54 :17,378.54
644,760.30 8.53 2,500 21.325 164,654.90 8:10,740.23

290,458.00 2.16 I 3,o000 6,480 ... 2 6.938.0 )
263.640.00 8.07: 2,500 20175 115.450.00 :;.,,265.00
48.000 00 .75 4.000 :3000 12,030.00 61..030.00
157,110.00 1,51 3.000 4,530 22,500.9 214,140.9
90,00.00 ....... ............... ..I 21,01.0.00 111.000.00
140.800.00 1 00 2.000 2,000 44,100 05 187.700.01
445,500,00 4.40 3.600 15.840 ... .... .. 461.340.0
216,t00.00 .50 3,600 1,800.. ........ 217.00.00
:85,000.00 2 25 3.500 7.875 104,001i.4 491.875.04
14.175.00 1.87 2,000 3.740 .... ..... ... 17,15 00
14.000.00 ... .. .... ... ......... 14,000,00
1.750.00 1.00 1,500 1.500 13,55000 800.00
2U.000.00 13.00 2.000 250 3.050.00 :13.30.000
28.000.U0 .200( ;.500 7.000 20,2510.00 55,250.00
44.550.00 .58 1,000 580 ..... .. .... 45,130.00
22,500.00. ... .... 3.00.00 25,70u.00
7.580.00 .46 .1,0 460 4.00.00 12.(40.00
4,500.00i ... ... ... 1,475.00! 5,970.0
65.00.00 ...... ............... 16,575.00 81.575.00
10.00 000 .31 1,000 310 3.400.00, 13,7t1.00
5,000.00.. 9,100.00
143,100.00 .50 1,500 750 13.485.00 157,335.00
2,800.00 ........ .. ..... 1,200000 4,000.00
7 000.00 ... ................. .. ..... 7,000.00
5000 ........ .. 1,2 .00 4.700.00
9,000.00 ........... .. 3.200.00 12,200.00

$u.888,903 3'l i $263,235 $1,219,878 44; $11,372,u16.74










19

(3)
LlST OF DISABLl:D IOLDiiE~H 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
Florida," approved February li, 18S5.


COUNTY. NAME. COMPANY. REGIMENT.

Alacbhu:i.... .. John M.dphurs....... Capt. John C.. Chambers' lthl Florida
do 'William Tomas........ Capt. John G(. HIaddock's lst Fla Car.
do Wiley) oward.......... Capt. J. Eichelbcrgers' 9th Florida
do John B. Starling ........ Capt. C. J. Jenkins'. ....10Ut Fla.
Baker.......... John Groves ............ Capt. Henry F. York's... 7th Florida
Bradford. .. John C. Larrimore...... Capt. Win. Shtclld's. ..4th Florida;
do Martin J. PadLett. ..... Capt. L. A. llardee' ... 3d Florida
do W. C. Crosby. ... ... Capt. Moody's ....... th Fla.
ICalhoun .... Newton You........ Capt. ........ 5th Florida
do iW. II. Beck .......... Capt. ... 5th Florid
Clay..... .... Andrew J. ioberts .... .Capt. John M. Pons'.... 8th Floridil
I 'ol nibia Win. J. tugins ... ... Capt. David Lang's ... Sth Florida.
do IJames Lon l'. ....... Capt. Simnmonis'. ... Sth FloridaI
do E. G. Rogeri-n ........ Capt. R. Moore's.... 2d Florida
do T. A. Iluchingison ....... Capt. C. 11. Ross'. ........ 3d Florida
do Joel K. Nliclack......... Capt. Garret Vinzant's..i5th Florida
Duval. ....... Conner Roberts ......... Capt. John M. Pon's..... 8th Florida
do E. A. Fernandez ........ Capt. J. J. Daniels'...... d Florida
do J.Tames C. West.......... Capt. L. A. Hlardee's.... 3d Florida
do Josiah Roberts.......... Capt. John M. Polls'.... Yth Florida
do Wadc Silcox............ Capt. John M. Pons'.... Sth Florida
do as. Warren........... Capt. J. W. Stark's ...... 2d Florida
do iAnlrew Jonas .. ....... C;ipt. Valandingham's .... 7th Florida
do Win. R Bowden ........ Capt. Doi-cLt's .... 13d Florida
do IHenry Byrd ........... Capt. John L. Inglih'.. .. 13d Florida
do ;George Henry Mayo ... Capt. A. A. Ocbus'..1.... lth Fla.
do Levui II. Cart .er. .. .. Cpt. Alber tDrisd:al's.. :3d Florida
(tadsdei .. Moses Lambert ... Ca. Capt. R. A. Waller's..... thl Florida
Hamilton. ... Tiny Hogan............ Capt. C. J. Jenkins'. .... 10th Fla.
do Betj. F. Jackson .. ... Capt. J. K. Stewart's.... St Florida
do John Crews.. Cr. Capt. C. F. Cone's....... 1st Florida
do Win. Bolote ............ Capt. H. Stwart's... Florida
IIernando..... J J. age ............. Capt. W H. Dial's...... 4th Florida
do W. W. Pagec............. Capt. A. J. Lea's........ 5th Florida
do Hardy S. Dornany...... Capt. H. J. Stewart's.... d Florida
do Thomas JT Holton ....... Capt. Dave Hughes'.. .. Ist Florida
do Robert J. Bradley....... Capt. Dave lHuhes'..... st Florida
do R. C. Wiggins.......... Capt. W. W. Walls'..... -- Fla.
do Richard Ellis ........... Capt. B, O. Grenad's.... 10th Fla.
do James Holmes........ Capt. Albert D)ridale's.. 3d Florida
Hillsborough.. Elisha Davis............ Capt W. K. Partridge's. 5th Florida
do Wm. W. Harris........ Capt. Abram Bailey's.... 5th Florida
do John Weeks........... Capt. John T. Lesley's.. 4th Florida
do IN. B. Ellis.............. Capt. John Frink's...... 5th Florida
do John W. Marston .. .... Capt. S. M. G. Gary's... 9th Florida
Jackson....... J. C. Kemp.............. Capt. Joseph M. White's 6th Florida
do Moses Dykes........... Capt. Joseph M. White's 6th Florida
do J. M. Lockhart......... Capt. Robinson's........ 2d Florida
do Joseph T. Allen........ Capt. McClellan's....... 2d Florida
do Henry Dykes ........... Capt. Thomas E. Clark's 8th Florida
do W. T. Barnes........... Capt. Thomas E. Clark's 8th Florida
do James A. Sills........... Capt. W. N. Dickenson's 4th Florida
Jefferson....... Samuel V. Neeley....... Capt. W. C. Bird's....... 1st Florida
do Jas. Lewis .............. Capt. Abram Bailey's.... 5th Florida
do Joshua Duncan......... Capt. Daniel B. Bird's... 3d Florida















Jefferson.... alk r .. IC. B apt. W\ il Bailey .. 5t0 Flori
LMon .......... Elijah Nichol s... .... Capt. T. W. Brevard' .. 2d Florida
d(o Tbhos. Ford .. ...... Cpt. Capt. William,-'. ....t. st Florida
do B. F. Page ............. Capt. C. Bryan's. 5 th Florid:,.
do 'II. C. I i .. iCapt. X Par hkitll'. ,2d Florid .
Levy. ... John -.. r ., .. ... Ciapt. W P. Pilla ',-. ... d Florid
do Aaron Hlig,,inbothan ... Capt. John C. Chamlelr' d Florid.
do Silas e\V lks ..... ........ Capt. Lanfilord. ... 4tl h Florid,.
do A. 11. IBatman ......... Capt. Moore's .. 2 Florid I
do f[. D. Cook .. .. Capt. Moseley' .. 7th Floridi
Lafayett .... W. W. Grantha: .... Capt. Roland Tlhol as. lth Florid,
Madison .J. F. Cooper .. ......... Capt. W. J. Partridge's. 5th Florid,,
do Malachi Sloa Ca t. A. J. Lea's ........ 5th Florid i
do Fred. W. ael Capt t(irardeau' .. ... ..
do Mart, i l 1. V. La.ni.e ... C pt. Join Holloin, n'- 5th Flori,!.i
do Clem Lanier ....... .Cpt W. P. ilaW') .. 2dFlorid
do R. M. Whit. .. Capt. WV P. 'ill .. d FIor id
do George Dicr ..... .. C lap Haiily'< .......... "d Florid
Mouron ...Josephl I. Ma\ ..... Capt. J. W. Pearon' .. Fin's. Br
Nassau John A. \Voodlburn ..... (apt. lohn I. Miller' ... 1st Fla.
do (Corneliu WVinliat". .. Capt. 1 Simmons'... 8t ll ori
do Rob)et Fitz eralil ..... ('apt A (. ( McDonell c .. l1,t FIla
Polk .. Tlh -. McMullN .. 'apt. F'. M. ar. la ... 10oth Fla.
St. Johl s... Pet .r Piellicer. Ca t. .\lx iMoselcy'S ... 2d Florid;
do W in. ()steic ......... iCapt. John Phillip.' .. : Florida
Sumter Byrd 'I 1I. .. C: Frieron' .. 9th Florid:
do J.as. (- Capt. W. L. Frierson' ... 9th Florid
Stuwane .... Saimteil [. Dea. ......... Capt. tlames Tucker'> Sth Florid i
Taylor ..... .. Silas Coker..... ... Capt. W C. Bird's...... 1st Florid.l
Wakitllai. lobert Piol ..... ( apt I. Frierson'-... 3d Florid,
do Richard Rolert-. ...... Capt C -. Bryan's. .. 5th Floridi
do Larkin Robinsou .. ..... Cit. C. Bryaol' .... -th Floril
VWashiniton, .. Jias. L. Vickers .. ..... Cpt11. H. G( race's ... .6th Florid
do H[enry Anderoii...... Capt. Lan's. .... .. 4th Flori I
do C. F. A -lurnl. ........ Cap[ Barnard al ,sier's. 4th Flotlia
do !dam Hick ...... ...... Capt. An. I ,us MrMillans' lith Flort!.

In addition to the appropriations asked for, tliere is a stanld-
ing appropriation tbr disabled and destitute soldiers, whiich
will require an expenditure of .;,000o perannum.















Li,, OF INDI.ENT LI-NATICS in 1lth hands of ('oinittees, witl.
amount :allowed per montii.


A.h Ollnt aI
(ountly. Name ol' Llunaftic. Nall of (C.ommintee. lowed pi i
month.
.lachla: ...... ... Caroline Irvi. ...... Abr. b.. ...... .$12.50
dIo Victory Roilndtrec .. I l. lonndtriee.... ...... 12.5w
Itakerl ....... Evceliin Crawlord .... i. iThlos. (rawi .... 8.00
Bradli rd .... L ginia Crew, .... .. M. .John . ... .. 12.50
dol Jas.. (lism ....... J. M. John <, Trustl ... 8.(I
ito Sally lHoward. ....... Henry floward ..... .... 12.50
Io Caroline Swindle ... 'Marglar windle... 12.50
dto W illiam Sullva .... .1. 1C. Richard for...
Eliza Neal ... 8.Oii
(o llh my Pillt ....... F. PF inksimon........... 8.01
llamilton ..... iM ry (Good read. .....Charles F. (.one. ........ G.2. 5
IIillslorou h .. Nathan loyett ... Doe Bi yett .. .. 6.25
do Louis D)isholn ....... E. D I)islhoiwi .... ...... 12 5(0
do Ph(iele Ann Smlll h..... John T. liau gel ..... .... 6.25
do Mary IHunller.... JosualI IIH nter. ....... 10.0
do Ellen uI nter ... .. Jo-lh a ll. Hunter. ..... 10.00
Holmes. ... M a y Byrd ............. Eliz:Lbelt Byrd .......... 4.50
ilo Rebl eca. Muirph Win. Murphy ...... ... 12.5)
do Vishili E. leave < .. Lidia Leaven.i .... .... 8.33
do Elizabethi Slaughlt( .... i.icihaid Leaven .... 8.3:i1
do Lydia M Elli. ........ .oseph ElIh ... .... 6.23
do F.. Ilarrell.......... i I. lH I rrell ..... 50(1
do Diiev M. C rnlc .... .. M rtha; .. Carnley .... 6 25
do W illinam .1. IHoll ... Sarah A. llollv. ... .... 6.23
Jackson. ...... IJoln arldgrove . Ki ....... -
Leon ........ T ihos. Johnl on ........ une .Jo. hnson .. ... 12.50
o Nainc' M3c(lennly .... Willham F. liarlstield .... 12 50
(i Ellai Ilarislield .... .A andai L N. (Childes. ... 12.50
do Sarah E. Alkinson ... \V. I). Atkinson..... .. 12.50
do W illi:im D)vis.... Mary ):vi ....... .. .... 8.00
Levy. ......... Elvira Io)inlsil ..... Fiii Jackson.... ... 6..2
Liberty Ti' I Bracewell ... S. anlialitha Blracewell .... 10.00
do IJck]ie Ann Larkul- ... IDr. L. D. Car'on!........... 6.0(
Manatec..... N;nc(y F. Yotman'... J. I. Younian.s ... ..... 6 2
Madison .... Eliza. Lundy... .... i.Jane W oods ............. 12.5o
do John B. Anine ....... Frances WX. Airnow .... 5.00
do Laura M.. McLeod David MILeod .... ... 12.50
do Ellen Sneat........... iNancy Sill t... ....... 8.00
do Madison W. Willing. Nan(c E. Williams .. .... 4.16)
Monroe. .. Jlohn Coati es .... ...... .. F. oates .... ... 10.00
Nassau ... Marvy J.J.ones ........ 1.T. 11. Tone .............. 12.50
do :Jacol) Sanders......... ]Benj. Sanders ........... 8 334
Putnam ...... Elizabeth Quincy..... W F. Forward .......... 8.00
Santa Rosa .... Louisa Aymard ...... L. Aylmard ............ 10.00
(1o 'W i. Colly .......... Joseph Ollin er....... .... 10.41
do ,Hilliard Williahm .... Nancy Williams .......... 10.00
Snwannee ... Lucinda Creel.. .. Dr. S. T. Ovrstreet ... ... 6.25












Taylor ....... .VW illiam Allred....... N. B. Cooker .......... 12.00
Walton ... Ben Anderson... .... Jack Syples. .. .. ..I 6.25
do Temper Babb ... .. J. L. Campbell ..... .... 12.5
do Catherine Frater..... A. McDonald....... .... 12.50
(lo Mary Ann McRael.. Flora C. McRae...... .... (i.2,-
do .ohn 1{. Mcl ae ..... Flora C. McRae....... .... 6.25
do Mary Smith......... .J. P.orrison .. 7 .0)
do .. R. IHalfbrd........ J. J. [alford .. 6.0o
do W illiam Josiah Miller. Elizabeth MAille. .. . )8.::
do Jesse Love Sconic rs... W mi. Sconiers....... .... 3.3:'
do Wm. Caswell. ........ Giles Caswell ...... .... 8.3:S
do John Johnsol ........ I Robert Johnson..... .... 8.00
do Jane Bushee .......... W J. 1). Cawthorn...'.... 8.00
do Jane Mclvor.......... Colen C. -Mclvor......... (i 2r.













(5)
EXKPENSES Of Jurors and State Witnesses in the several counties
for the years 1885 and 1886, arranged by Circuits.


FIRST .TDICnIALT CIRCUIT.
COUNTIES. 1885. TOTAL
S inta Rosa.................$2,113 45
Escambia..................... 3,434 25
Holmes........................ 98 30
Washington................. 875 25
Walton ....................... 504 60
.Lckson ...................... 2,346 30-$10,212 15
SECOND .J UDIC(AL5 CIRCUIT.
Jcfferson................... 83955
Leon........................... 2,382 20
Wakulla............. ........ 344 00
(: idsden................. ... 830 80
l iberty ....................... 195 5
('Cllhoun ................... 453 45
FPanklin .................. .. 1,325 40-$6I,371 25
THIRD .UDICI('A CIR(CU'IT.
Taylor.. ..................... 397 65
I adlison................... 1,017 60
II .unilton..................... 925 55
S wannee....................... 2,151 35
'olun hia .................... 1,627 40
L ifayette .................. 1,309 75-$7,429 30
'OUhIiTIH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
'. Johns..................... 956 65
( la;y......................... 1,732 75
mradford..................... 447 80
Sker........................ 419 85
Nassau...................... 2,182 30
Duval ............ .......... 5,767 95-$11,507 :; 0
FIFTII JUDICIAL (CIiCII'[
Sumter ..................... 1,240 75
a[rion........................ 3,599 00
Putnan ..................... 1,913 20
l-vy..... .. .. .......... 1,476 20
Alaclhun.................... 2,179 95--$10,409 70
SIXTH JUDICIAL (CI4RCIT.
l crnando ........................ 1,412 40
Ilillsborough .......... 2,370 45
Monroe............... 1,412 85
M anatee......................... 10,018 30
t' lk............ .............. 964 25- $10,178 25
SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIIRCUIT
Orange................... 9,338 86
Volusia................ 3,139 29
Brevard................... 1,322 55
Dade....................... ... ..... -$13,800 70

Totals. .................. $75,908 65
Fall term Orange county estimated.


1880.
$3,223 10
3,870 10
893 85
944 50
1,095 70
3,796 15-


TOTAL





$13,823 40


1,11450
2,375 70
224 10
1,503 10
537 30
1,028 55
622 40 $7,405 65

660 50
1,604 70
801 55
3,709 25
2,006 40
1,165 65 $9,948 05

529 25
707 95
356 40
380 75
1,169 14
6,203 15 $9,352 64

2,185 15
3,559 30
2,735 10
1,198 75
3,294 30-$12,972 60

1,970 45
2,523 25
2,491 10
2,017 75
1,518 40 -$10,520 93

10,005 25
7,253 75
3,115 50
....... -$20,464 50

$84,487 79







A sI iiA(lI from the Assessment l oills showing lthe 1pro rty assessed for the year l i in e the sei erlaI
Counties of the State of Floridlh, and the value tlhereol



IJ

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Alachua ... .. 08 429 20704 $2.815.6171 $1 100.165 2778 16036 2140 7359 '266.607 $56 2,S68 8 29.4o5 $3.915.782
Baker. ..... 334,419 3789 290,974 3:2.0140 377 5515 715 211 63,71 280,134 i43.925 31:1.014
Bradford.. .... 353,731 19'267 792.1'51 131.79, 1271 874o 2320 651 143.191 204.491 34',.482 423.99
Brevard.. 1,216,790 1987 1.044.09s88 33,2:15 26 2990 ........ 51-1 183.195 74,75) 246,750 1 78,22.
Calhoun.. .. 395.802 2300 2,5 .... 19 547 ;017 : 11 52.596 37.5 0 5 229.584
Columbia ..... 461.201 4521l4 S:s7,382, 16i0.8'2 182S i'20 143', 71 183.7 4 2.,:;.7!7 4;:7.501 S.ls1s4
Clay ... .. 29,892 441.; 82:i 15, 4:;SH.722 67i 6228 -181 3645 '4, 2.' 1 ,S581 282. :; 1,2t2.22
D val .. 38 .514 334 64 1.6119.2 4 121.l, 1 1,) on:;lii ;t 44S 1 1-81 124,513 1.40),il7 1.6 i5.1l;(l 1.7:;0,716
Dade .. 97,2 2 4621 1 .5462 .. ..... :1 2 1,36; 18.271 1.ti 6 4 ,i.462
Escambia 328.3;4 'i 0Sil.'j 1.6:5.331 717 067 3 ill'] 2 9i4 113.694 1. 18 .7S 1.122.477 2.4401 29
Franklin .. 330,356 9: 8.447, 18,41 3 175 17uI 173 1, 1-2, L2 17.1- 277.77
Gadsden.. ... 272,246 27261 6: 7.4, SI S63 112:, 7261 2100 6653 125,66 1:19,656 270.316 75I.110
Hillsborough. 716,946 12116 i 1.920.277, 404,394' 1482 19.-;00 2107 :;54: 215,640 3us,78 711.420 ".:;24 671 1
Hernando. ..... 631,931 845, 117.0,96 44.625 1230 3601i 23 :1 1,25 357,1 47. 1.12.4
Holmes ........ 213,60(1 :;1074 122.76ti 3:1.67 286 4878 h1 Is, 3357 l,548 197.117 *5S.715 126.441
Hamilton 3. 15.115 138 3 6o5.48.5 68.606 1;356 10 t 1?12 .1 146 156i.281 210.49 8 :16.779' 674. ;15
Jackson ... 365.487 | 24763 823.9 116,78 1672 120t(1ii 814 12:15 198,426 645.6'96 40' 432 I1.34i
Jefferson.. .... 366,532 146425 872,6; 33.i;6, 1-574 55852 1lu S 7019 149.530 185,230 334.760 1,561,07:;
Levy.... .. .. 538,390 10329 775.9:1 214.011 l110 1 10112 426 3:;2, 118.382 2510,01 :6, 41 i 1.319:931
Leon... .... ... 416,13 198091 1. ,723 4:.' 14.3 1687 6196 1456 45,46 146,124 274.6711 421,494 L.5I0.868
lafayette ... 640,050 7925 311.172 2,01. 646 12S14 155: 580i 119.750 5il.670 179,42' 3138
Liberty .. .. 664.980 18(0 16.30 1,21 11 160 4551 160 2684 41,611 16.5;06 58,147 1595:4
Madison 400,561 67675 N96.91to 1Il''.1)1 20113 9684 1>24 11152 1 1l.485 25!,915 461,4(I 00 It 1,
Manatee ..... 2,532.158 4668 1,672,53:5 9.4:35 1157 7sU0,19 1,7 9447 489,103 6;3U,'42 1.110,18, 1.711, 97
Marion.... 600,134 33755 3.0811S,291 475,240i 277;3 17361 468b 6724 271. 010 515,3S2 787.2S2, 3.5;::,531
Monroe .... 430,375 46 ............ 1.481,16 175 2h042 1 31 121.528 435,247 556t,77' 1,481.168
Nassau. 394,954 4550 1,017.564 561,17'0 5'S bl1 1996 .,;5o2 114,639 39 1.145 423, 74 1,578,734
Orange.. .. ... 1,029,626 17326 13,029.345 1.103.780; 1111)2 1464; 1411, 1891 i 210,19,4 >71.693, 1.101, 888 5 03:1,125
Polk.... 826,393 9928 2,192.998 443.590 122 25450 2427 4537 1 .'2.526 521,566 754.0921 2,6;16
Putnam ........ 1 342.671 12826 2.508.530 '( 0.88'' 1164 16046 4:18 2"10 110,101 499,2530 :,9.360 1 3,4!0,410
Suwannee. ... 358,148 25015 1,057,944 115.284 15,17 101S2 b76 8S22 I17,237 262, 8 4.:1,]3' 1.17:228
Sumter......... I 534,223 9'Jii9 2.561.46I5 246.761i 191o5 11270 1651 31752 171,2I80 451,426, 622,7061 2,88,225
Santa Roa. 440,241 ....... 563,660 140.841 743 11884 155'85 3 341 139,585 357,725 517.310 704.500
St. Johns .. .. 302,160 2594 504.174 i I ,695 717 'I6') :1; 1036 810 170 2' 3,549 *2,719 1.105,869
Taylor...... 3 29,524 3180 121,3 15 4,9I6:; 22 "I180O 44 4498 70,011 3,616 t1011.627 13t,'.s
Volusia 348.96., 8934 2,498.500 41q,330 S72 106 !o 4 985 1941 121.199 ;57.201 4S2,490 2.'11,920
Wakulla 353,386 11046 214.0)l ; .47 475 T 14 4 "1l 4877 7,16: ,0.131 125.294 248,368
Walton .. 181,974 111 124.77 .7 47.58 5: '.j2 Il.s 'o 669S' 116,594 .1;7.269 4!.3,6,; 171,369
Washington .. 523,892 1100 276,181 51.7: 8 426 ll 917 1982 5499 93.599 159.742 283,3411 327,919

Totals. .... 1.8S8,0Ul 709.950o $41.15.972 $16.: 14.568 411,217 464.434 1 l.uI: 177.,117 $5.466.243 $13.424.456 $18.436.145 $58.175.364






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