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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
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Comptroller's Office
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Creation Date: 1896
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report year ending Dec. 31.
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Beginning Jan. 1, 1896, and ending Dec. 31, 1896.


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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER.


TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, January 1, 1897.
HON. HENRY LAWRENCE MITCHELL,
Governor of the State of Florida:
SI--In accordance with the requirements of law I respect-
fully submit the following report of the official acts and pro-
ceedings of this office for the fiscal year ending December
31, 1896.
REDUCTION OF TAXATION.
In connection with the .reduction of the tax rate for the
year 1896, I present the following correspondence, which is
self explanatory.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
CoMiPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, January 9, 18'6.
GOvERNO II L. MITCIELL,
Executive Office, Tallahassee:

DEAR SIR-The State's finances are in such a satisfactory
condition that I am more than gratified in being able to recom-
mend a reduction of the tax rate for 1896.
The State tax proper, is now three and a quarter (3-) mills
upon the dollar, and I would respectfully request that you
exercise the authority vested in the Executive, under Section
1, Chapter 4323, Laws of Florida, and empower this office to
instruct the assessors to assess only two and a half (21) mills
for the year 1896.
This will make a reduction of about seventy-five thousand
($75,000.00) dollars on the State tax proper tor the present
year, I have the honor to remain
Most respectfully,
W. D. BLOXHAM,
Comptroller.










STATE OF FLORIDA,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
TALLAHASSEE, January 14, 1896.
HoN. W. D. BLOXHAM,
Comptroller:

DEAR SIR-I am in receipt of your communication of the 2d
in which you State:
"The State's finances are in such a satisfactory condition
that I am more than gratified in being able to recommend aw
reduction of the tax rate for 1896.
"The State tax proper is now three and a quarter (3-) mills
upon the dollar, and I would respectfully request that you
exercise the authority vested in the Executive, under Section
1, Chapter 4323, Laws of Florida, and empower this office to
instruct the assessors to assess only two and a half (2--) mills
for the year 1896.
"This will make a reduction of about seventy-five thousand
($75,000.00) dollars on the State tax proper for the present
year."
This is a most gratifying showing of the financial condition
of the State, and under the authority vested in the Executive
by said Section of the Laws of Florida, I have the honor to
direct the reduction of the State tax proper for the present.
year to two and a half (2-) mills on the dollar, as you recom-
mend, and request that you instruct the assessors in regard to-
the matter.
Most respectfully,
H. L. MITCHELL,
Governor..


















Receipts and Disbursements.


The aggregate balance in Treas-
ury, January 1, 1896, was... $333,767 34
'Total receipts at the Treasury
from all sources and on all
accounts for the year end-
ing December 31, 1896...... 717,685 26-$1,051,452 60
Total. expenditures for year end-
ing December 31, 1896...... 746,578 79


Balance in Treasury January
1, 1897......................

This balance is distributed
among the different funds as
follows:
General Revenue, applicable to
current expenses, including
interest on bonded debt....
Common School Fund Principal
Common School Fund Interest
Seminary Fund, Principal.....
Agricultural College Fund.....
General School (1 mill) Tax...
State Board of Health.........
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1871...
.Sinking Fund Bonds of 1873...


$242,851 91
11,195 53
15,817 85
568 76
15 97
20,480 20
13,356 16
39 75
547 68-


$304,873 81


$304,873 81













General Revenue Account.


The receipts and d sbursements on Geneial Revenue Ac-
count for the year ending December 31. 1896, were:
RECEIPTS.


License Tax, Dtcember 31, 1896.... .......
Taxes of 1896............ ...............
Taxes of 1895....... .....................
Taxes of 1894........ .......................
Commission Tax...........................
Charter Tax...................... ........
Hire of Convicts..... ...........
Interest on Deposits................ ......
Sale of Digests and Law-....... ......
Auction Tax ..............................
One Per Cent Insurance Premium Tax......
Department of Agriculture .............. .
P hosphates............ ......................
Asylum Pay Patients .......................
Juror and Witness Money Refunded. ......
Sleeping Car Tax .........................
Balance Januay 1, 1896....................


DISBURSEMENTS.
Salaries Executive Department...............
Salaries Judicial Department .......... .......
Contingent Expenses of State .................
Stationary, Executive and Legislative Dep'm'nts
Expense Collecting revenue................
P ensions.. ................................
Maintenance of Lunatics....................
P rinting................ ... .... ......
Janitor Supreme Court....... ..... ....... .
Jurors and W itnesses.......................
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court...........
W atchman at Capitol........................
Janitor at Capitol..........................
Stenographer for Governor..................
Rewards apprehending criminals..............
Contingent expenses of Capitol. ..........
Expense Normal Schools...... ............
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute .............


153,635 16
2,506 39
289,769 36
37,496 23-
3,678 00:
5,201 00
16,345 50
2,107 50
160 00
282 00
17,522 20-
6,637 66
512 00'
312 56
17 20
271 00-
266,510 37

$802,964 16


S14,000
40,934
1,394
601
57,512
59,266
63,528
11,883
300
59,483
1,: 43
600
300
120
S 1,921
1,621
9,088
9,013











Appropriation for various counties in the State to
be expended in paying criminal prosecutions 48,439 93'
Expenses of Census of 1895 ................... 6,470 43
Salary Chaplain State Convicts............... 300 00
Salaries Clerks Executive Department ........ 9,550 00
Phosphats ................................. 2,152 75
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists................ 21,855 60
Salary Adjutant-General ..................... 1,000 00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court .............. 300 00-
Department of Agriculture.................... 6,350 00
Agricultural Department, postage, seeds and
stationary.... ............................ 563 28:
Agricultural Department, Printing........... 557 79
Agricultural Department, chemicals and appa-
ratus for State Chemist..................... 805 02
Salaries Clerks in Tax Redemption Department 2,880 00,
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Judges........ 1,500 00'
Disbursement of Funds from Hire of State
Convicts .................. ..... ........ 10,129 69-
Expense Florida State Troops ................ 2,669 01
Appropriation Addi;ional Buildings at Asylum 9,112 33
Encampment Florida State Troops............. 8,000 00
Expense West Florida Seminary.............. 2,000 00
Expense East Florida Seminary................ 2,000 00
Clerk hire for Judge Fifth Judicial Circuit..... 600 00
Lists of State and U. S. Land Entries....... ... 275 00,
Traveling and Incidental Expenses'Superinten-
dent of Public Instruction .................. 500 00
Appropriation Florida Agricultural College..... 5,000 00,
Appropriation Florida Institue for Blind, Deaf
and Dumb .............................. 500 00
Expense Circuit Judges. acting as Supreme
Judges .................................. 53 50,
Interest on Loan................ .......... 8,750 00
Criminal Prosecu'ions ...................... 6 63
Act for Relief estate of Angus Nicholson...... 110 00
Revenue refunded.......... .......... ...... 96 90
Confederate Soldiers Home................... 436 89
Appropriation South Florida Military and Edu-
cational Institute.................. ... ... 6,4 00 00
Costs adjudged against the State in civil cases.. 82 70,
Purchase Books for Supreme Court Library.... 729 85.
Insurance on State Buildings ................ 500 00
Printing Supreme Court Reports.............. 1,635 88
Interest on Bonded Debt...................... 64,284 00,
Balance ................................... 242,851 91

$802,964 16.












Warrants Issued.


Amount of warrants issued under the following heads of ex-
penditure for the year ending December 31, 1896, viz.:


Salaries, Executive Department..............
Salaries, Judicial Department ...............
Maintenance of Lunatics.....................
Jurors and W witnesses .......................
Printing.......... ........................
Expenses Collection of Revenue............
Salary of Librarian of Supreme Court........
Stenographer for Governor..................
Contingent expenses of Supreme Court.......
Appropriation for Janitor at Capital ........
Appropriation for Watchman at Capitol......
Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depts.
Appropriation for Janitor of Supreme Court..
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme
Bench .. ..............................
Expenses of Florida State Troops...........
Rewards for and Expenses of Arrest of Fugi-
tives from Justice .....................
Contingent Expenses of State................
For Lists of State and United States Land En-
tries (for use of Assessors)................
Appropriation for the Florida Institute for the
Blind, Deaf and Dumb ...................
Institute for the Blind, Deaf and' Dumb.......
Salary of Clerks in Executive Departments ....
For Clerk Hire Circuit Judge Fifth Judicial
Circuit.................................
Traveling Expenses of Superintendent of
Public Instruction......................
Salaries of Clerks in Tax and Redemption De-
partments ..............................
EKpenses of White Normal Schools...........
Salary of Adjutant-General ................
Contingent Expenses of Capitol..............
Department of Agriculture.................
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural
Department.. ......... ..................
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist....
Printing, Agricultural Department ..........


$14,000 00
40,309 85
63,515 56
60,139 22
12,507 40
54,130 12
300 00
720 00
1,455 02
300 00
600 00
591-83
300 00

53 50
2,694 01

2,021 15
1,393 45

275 00


500 00
9,013 33
9,550 00

600 00

500 00

2,880 00
6,736 88
1,000 00
1,621 88
6,350 00

563 28
795 35
556 79











Phosphates............ ....... ..... ......
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists..............
Common Schools (One Mill Tax 1895)..........
Common Schools (One Mill Tax 1896)........
Salary of Secretary to Supreme Court Judges..
Salary of Chaplain for State Convicts......
Census of 1895..................... .......
Pensions............... ...................
Appropriation for Additional Buildings at
Asylum .................................
Expenses of East Florida Seminary.. .......
Expenses of West Florida Seminary........
Seminary Fund, Interest ....................
Interest on Loan .............. ..... .......
Appropriations to the various counties of the
State to be expended in paying Criminal Prose.
cutions.... ........... .................
Appropriation for expenses of Florida Agri-
cultural College......... ...................
Confederate Soldiers Home.................
Revenue Refunded ........................
Act for the relief of Estate of Angus Nicholson
Appropriation for the South Florida Military
and Educational Institute ..................
Costs adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.
Expenses of State Board of Health..........
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library.
Expenses of Colored Normal Schools.........
Insurance on State Buildings ......... ....
Common Schools, (interest 1896)... ........
Encampment of Florida State Troops..........
Printing Supreme Court Reports..... ......
Distribution of funds from hire of State Convicts


2,141
20,454
2,612
77,005
1.500
300
4,715
58,870

2,982
2,000
2,000
5,807
8,750


48,439 93

5,000 00
436 89
96 90
110 00

6,400 00
82 70
42,350 02
630 25
1,500 00
500 00
37,827 40
8,000 00
1,635 88
9,742 15

$647,864 85













Bonded Debt of State.


BONDS or 1871.
Seven per cent. bonds, 1871, interest payable
annually, January 1st.
Amount issued.............................. $350,000 00
Deduct amount in Sinking Fund.............. 82,300 00

$267,700 00
Deduct amount in School, Seminary and Agri-
cultural Cullege Funds...... ............. 175,600 00

$92,100 00,
BONDS OF 1873.
Six per cent. bonds, 1873, interest payable semi-
annually, January and July :
Amount issued. ............................ $925,000 00
Deduct amount in Sinking Fund.............. 160,200 00(

$764,800 00
Deduct amount in School, Seminary and Agri-
cultural College Funds................. .. 500,200 CO

$264,600 00

Total seven and six per cent. bonds in hands of
individuals ............................... $356,700 00-

In addition to the bonded debt above stated, the Sta*e of
Florida borrowed one hundred thousand dollars in 1889, and
one hundred thousand dollars in 1891, under authority
granted by acts of the Legislature, making the amount of
two hundred thousand dollars, for which evidences of in-
debtedness, as provided by law, are held as follows:
In the "Common School Fund" of the State
of Florida............................... $175,000 00
In the "Internal Improvement F'und" of the State
of Florida ................................. 25,000 00

$200,000 00












Estimated Appropriations.


Necessary for the current expenses of the State Govern-
ment from July 1st to December 31st, 1897, and also for
the expenses of the Legislature which convenes April 6th,
1897:
For Salaries Executive Department $ 7,750 00,
Salaries Judicial Department 19,750 00
Clerk hire Circuit Judge Filth Judicial
Circuit 300 00
Maintenance of Lunatics. 30,000 00
Jurors and Witnesses before Grand Jury. 30,000 00W
Expenses Collection of Revenue 45,000 00
Chief Clerk in Comptroller's Office 750 00
Book-keeper in Comptroller's Office 600 00
A-sistant Auditing Clerk in Comptroller's
Office 600 00
Clerk in Redemption Departmi nt 480 00,
Clerk in Tax Depariment 360 00
Cl. rk in Comptroller's Office 250 00
Pivate Secretary to Governor 600 00
Stenographer in Governor's Offic 30 00
Clerk of Secretary of State (00 00
Clerk in Treasurer's Offi:e (io 00
As-istant Clerk in Treasurer's Office 500 o0
Cl rk in Treasurer's Office, Tax Dept. 600 00
Clerk in Attorny-General's Office 375 00
C erk Supreme Court, as Librarian, under
Section 1321. Revised Statutes 150 00
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem, under sec-
iion 1321, R vised Statutt s 469 50
Janitor of Supr.mc Court 150 00
Salary of Clerk for Supreme Cour' Ju.lges. 750 00
Cqotingeit Expen-es Supreme Court 750 00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court
Library 250 00
Clerk Superintendent of Puliic Instrue-
tion, payable from interest on Common
School Fnnd 450 00
Contingent Expenses Superintendent Public
Instruction, payable from interest on
Common School Fund 250 00
Janitor at Capitol 150 00











Watchman at Capitol .300 00
General Printing and Advertising. 5,000 00
Printing Supreme Court Reports 1,000 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative
Departments 500 00
Costs adjudged against the State in Civil
Cases 50 00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting on Su-
preme Bench 150 00
Expenses of State Troops, including all ex-
penses authorized by law, excepting En-
campment 2,000 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol. 1,500 00
Rewards for, and expenses of arrest of fu-
gives from justice 1,000 00
Contingent Expenses of State 1,500 00
Encampment Florida. State Troops 8,000 00
Lists of State and United States Land En-
tries for use of Assessors 250 00
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute 5.000 00
Pensions 32,500 00
Insurance on State Buildings 2,000 00.
Salary of Adjutant-General 600 00
State Chemist .1,000 00
Assistant State Chemist 600 00
Clerk of Fertilizer arid Prison Department. 600 00
Clerk Agricultural Department 600 00
Stlnoarapher and Typewriter, Agricultural
department 450 00
Printing, Agricultural Department 250 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural.
Department 300 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist. 400 00
Expenses Legislature of 1897, based on ex-
penses of Session of 1895 70,000 00
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable
by State Treasurer on coupons 40,000 OJ

$318,394 50












Estimated Appropriations.


Necessary for the current expenses of the State Govern-
ment from January 1st, 1898, to December 31st, 1898:
For Salaries Executive Department $ 15,500 00
Salaries Judicial Department 39,500 00
Clerk Hire Circuit Judge Fifth Judicial
Circuit 600 00
Maintenance of Lunatics 60,000 00
Jurors and Witnesses before Grand Jury. 60,000 00
Expenses Collection of Revenue .55,000 00
Chief Clerk in Comptroller's Office 1,500 00
Book-keeper in Comptroller's Office 1,200 00
Assistant Auditing, Clerk Comptroller's
Office 1,200 00
Clerk in Redemption Department 960 00
Clerk in Tax Department 720 00
Clerk in Comptroller's Office 500 00
Private Secretary to 'Governor 1;200 00
Stenographer in Governor's Office 720 00
Clerk of Secretary of State 1,200 00
Clerk in Treasurer's Office 1,200 00
Assi-tant Clerk in Treasurer's Office 1,000 00
Clerk in Treasurer's Office, Tax Depart-
ment 1200 00
Clerk in Attorney-General's Office 750 00
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian, under
Section 1321, Revised Statutes 300 00
Clerk.Supreme Court, per diem, under Sec-
tion 1321, Revised Statutes 939 00
Janitor of Supreme Court .300 00
Salary of Clerk for Supreme Court Judges. 1,500 00
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court 1,500 00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court
Library 500 00
Clerk Superintendent Public Instruction,
payable from interest on Common School
Fund 900 09
Contingent Expenses Superintendent Pub-
lic Instruction, payable from interest on
Common School Fund 500 08
Janitor at Capitol 600 00
Watchman at Capitol 300 00









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General Printing and Advertising 10,000 00
Printing Supreme Court Reports 2,000 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative
Departments 1,000 00
Costs adjudged against the State in Civil
Cases 100 00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting on Su-
preme Bench. 300 00
Expenses of State Troops, including all ex-
penses authorized by law, excepting En-
campment 4,000 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol 3,000 OQ
Rewards for and expenses of arrest of fu-
gitives from justice 2,000 00
Contingent Expenses of State 3,000 00
Encampment Florida State Troops .8,000 00
Lists of State and United States Land En-
tries for use of Assessors 500 00
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute 10,000 00
Pensions 65,000 00
Insurance on State Buildings 2,000 00
Salary of Adjutant-General 1,200 00
Siate Chemist 2.000 00
Assistant State Chemist 1,200 00
Clerk of Fertilizer and Prison Departments 1,200 00
Clerk Agricultural Department 1,200 00
Stenogiapher and Typewriter, Agricultural
Department .900 00
Printing, Agricultural Department 500 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural
Department 600 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist. 800 00
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable
by State Treasurer on coupons 80,000 00

$451,789 00













Estimated Appropriations.



Necessary for the current expenses of the State Government
from January 1st to June 30th, 1899:
For Salaries Executive D.-partment............. $ 7,750 00
Salaries Judicial Department ........ ... 19,750 00
Clerk Hire, Ciicuit Jud4e, 5th Judidial
Circuit............ ... ..... 300 00
Maintenance of Lunatics................. 30,000 00
Jurors and Witnesses before Grand Jury.. 30,000 00
Expenses Collection of Revenue............ 27,500 00
Chief Clerk in Comptroller's Office......... 750 00
Book-Keeper in Comptroller's Office...... 600 00
Assistant Auditing Cl,-rk Comptroller's
Office............ .. ...... 600 00
Clerk in Redemp ion Depart Iment. ....... 480 00
Clerk in 'lax Department. .... ...... 360 00
Clerk in Comptroller's Offic. ........ 250 00
P ivate Secretar, to Governor..... ..... 600 00
Sten grapher in, Governor's Oice......... 360 00
Clerk of Secretary of State........ ..... 600 00
Clerk in Treasure 's Office ..........:... 600 00
Assistant Clerk in Treasurer's Office........ 500 00
Clerk in Treasure 's Office, Tax Department '600 00
Clerk in Attorney-General's Office......... 375 00
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian, under
Sec. 1321, Revised -tatues ............ 150 00
Clerk Supreme Court per diemr, under Sec.
1321, Revised Statutes..... ........... .469 50
Janitor of Supreme Court.. ....... ... 150 00
Salary of Clerk for Supreme C urt Judges 750 00
Contingent Expens s Supreme Court...... 750 00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court
Library...................... .... ..' 250 00
Clerk Superintendent of Public Instruction,
payable from interest on Common School
Fund.............. ................... 450 (0
Contingent Expenses Superintendent Pub-
lic Instruction, payable from interest on
Common School Fund................ 250 00\
Janitor at Capitol...................... 150 00
Watchman at Capitol.................... 300 00
General Printing and Advertising......... 5,000 00











Printing Supreme Court Reports.......... 1,000 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative
Departments ............. .......... 500 00
Costs adjuged against the 'State in Civil
Cases ...................... .......... 50 00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting on Su-
preme Bench............ ............. 150 00
Expenses of State Troops, including all ex-
penses authorized by law, excepting En-
campment...... ..................... 2,000 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol.......... 1,500 00
Rewards for and expenses of arrest of fu-
gitives from justice.... .............. 1,000 00
Contingent expenses of State............. 1,500 00,
Encampment Florida State Troops ...... 8,000 00
Lists of State and United States Land En-
tries for use of Assessors .............. 250 00
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute.......... 5,000 00
Pensions............. .............. 32,500 00
Salary of Adjutant-General .............. 600 00
State Chemist ......................... 1,000 00
Assistant State Chemist ................ 600 00
Clerk of Fertilizer and Prison Department. 600 00
Clerk Agricultural Department.......... 600 00
Stenographer and Typewriter, Agricultural
Department .......... ............... 450 00
Printing, Agricultural Department......... 250 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultu-
ral Department....................... 300 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist. 400 00
Chaplain State Convicts...... ..........
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable
by State Treasurer on coupons.......... 40,000 00

$228,894 50
I beg leave to call your attention to the several tables here-
to appended.
.Very respectfully,
W. D. BLOXHAM,
Comptroller.














APPENDIX.




Expenses of Jurors and Witnesses.



By Circuits and Counties for 1896.


First Judicial Circuit:

Santa Rosa
Walton .
Escambia
Holmes .
Washington
Jackson.
Second Judicial Circuit:
Gadsden
Liberty
Calhoun
Franklin
Leon
Wakulla
,Jefferson
Third Judicial Circuit:

Madison
Taylor
LaFayette
Hamilton
Suwannee
Columbia


Expenses by Expenses by
Counties. Circuits.


. $ 526
.645
. 3,152
530
1,292
1,308


S1,110
557
966
794
. 1,869
659
936


S1,874
631
538
. 1,214
S2,216
909


00
30
80
60
00
75- $ 7,455 45


10
65
25
30
50
45
95-


15
15
00
90
10
90-


6,894 20







7,384 20











Fourth Judicial Circuit:


Nassau
Duval
Baker
Bradford
Clay .
St. Johns


Fifth Judicial Circuit:


Putnam
Alachua
Levy
Marion
Sumter
Citrus
Hernando


Sixth Judicial Circuit:
IIillsborouh .
Manatee
Polk
Monroe
DeSoto
Pasco
Lee


Seventh Judicial Circuit:
Volusia
Brevard
Orange .
Dade .
Osceola
Lake


Coroners inquest certificates
1895, and feed of jurors


I 1


7,566 85


366
4,551
204
517
210
1,716


$ 991
3,675
758
2,724
1,093
887
391


5,427
1,486
1,404
1,000
2,218
367
477


1,104
1;167
1,085
1;471
452
1,820


35
00
60
55
95
30
40-


issued prior to


Total amount of warrants issued


12,382 15


7,100 95

$59,306 37

832 85

$60,139 22


60
45
80
20
50
40
62- $10,522 57


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RAILROADS.




STATEMENT showing the Assessment of Railroad and Tele-

graph Property for the year 1896 in each county, as as-

sessed by the Comptroller, with the "assistance and ad-

vice of the Attorney-General and Treasurer."

PENSACOLA. AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD CO.

Escambia county.


Miles.Hdths.
9.98-Main track at.............
1.68-Side track at.............
Pro rata value rolling s'ock
Santa Rosa county.

39.87-Main track at..............
1.35-Side track at...............
Pro rata value rolling sock
Walton county.

25.26-Main track at .............
1.03-Side tack at.................
Pro rata value rolling stock

Holmes county.

20.52-Main track at..............
.70-Si te track at...............
Pro rata value rolling stock

Washington county.
15.36-Main track at..............
1.15-Side track at....... .....
Pro rata value rolling stock
Jackson county.
39.43-Main track at..............
.96- Side track at...............
Pro rata value rolling stocl


$7,000 $ 69,860 00
2,333.33 3,686 14
5,461 06-$ 79,007 20


7,000 279,090 00
1,750 2,362 50
19,472 74


7,000
1,750



7,000
1,750



7,000
1,750


300,925 24


246,820 00
1,802 50
17,143 76- 265,766 26


143,640 00
1,225 00
10,024 54- 154,889 54


107,520 00
2,012 50
7,799 49- 117,331 99


7,000 276,010 00
1,750 1,680 00
19,080 64- 298,770 64












Gadsden county.
.72-Main track at............. $7,000
.15-Side track at.................. 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


$5,040 00
262 50
411 00- $5,713 50


PENSACOLA RAILROAD.

(Operated by the L. & N. R. R. Co.)

Escambia county.

44.41-Main track at............. 6,000 266,460 00
9.48-Side track at............. 2,000 18,960 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 100,396 00- 385,816 00

GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA RAILROAD CO.


Hamilton county.

32.00-Main track at ............ 6,000
1.57-Side track at.... ......... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Columbia county.

22.70-Main track at............. 6,000
1.16-Side track at............. 1.500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Bradford county.

83.00-Main track at............ 6,000
1.02-Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Clay County.
5.60-Main track at............. 6,000
.40-Side track at............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Putnam county.

22.70-Main track at ............. 6,000
1.23-Side track at............ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


192,000 00
2,355 00
47,633 82- 241,988 82


136,200 00
1,740 00
33,855 91- 171,795 91


198,000 00
1,530 00
48,272 34- 247,802 34


38,600 00
600 00
8,513 64- 42,713 64


136,200 00
1,845 00
33,955 23- 172,000 2W


TAVARES, APOPKA AND GULF RAILROAD CO.


Lake county.

25.00-Main track at............ 3,000
.26-Side track at............. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock


75,000 00
195 00
19,805 OC- 95,000 00










21

SOUTHWESTERN RAILROAD CO.

(Formerly Green Cove Springs and Melrose Railroad and Western
Railroad of Florida)
Clay county.
33.50-Main track at............. $1,500 $50,250 00
1.00-Side track at.............. 375 375 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,500 00- $58,125 00

JACKSONVILLE AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD CO.
Duyal county.
16.25-Main track at........... .. 1,500 24.875 00
.50-Side track at............. 1,000 500 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 10,125 00- 85,000 00

ST. AUGUSTINE AND SOUTH BEACH RAILWAY CO.
St. Johns county.

"3.31-Main track at............... 1,500 4,965 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,000 00- 6,965 00

GAINESVILLE AND GULF RAILWAY COMPANY.
Alachua county.
8.25-Main track at............. 3,000 54,750 00
.25-Side track at............... 3,000 750 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 1,968 00- 57,468 00

Marion county.
4.75-Main track at............. 3,000 14 250 00
.25-Side track at............ 3,000 750 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 532,00 15,532 00

PENSACOLA AND PERDIDO RAILROAD CO.
Escambia county.
8.00-Main track at............ 2,200 17,600 00
1.<60-Side track at............. 750 1,200 00
Pro rata value lolling stock 5,200 00- 21,000 00

PENSACOLA, ALABAMA AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD CO.

Escambia county.
15.30-Main track at............ 2,200 33,660 00
.25-Side track at................. 1,000 250 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 6,090 00- 40,000 00












JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND HALIFAX RIVER
RAILWAY CO.
St. Johns county.

17.40-Main track at................ $7,000 $121,800 00
11.80-Side track at.............. 2,500 28,250 00
Pro rata value rolling s'ock 45,855 30-$195,905 30

Duval county.

19.00-Main track at .......... 7,000 133,000 00
1.97-Side track at....-......... 2,500 4,925 00
Pro rata value lolling stock 33,504 70- 171,429 70

ST. JOHNS AND HALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY CO.


Putnam county.

11.62-Main track at.............. 7,000
1.54-Side track at............... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Volusia county.

17.10-Main track at................ 7,000
1.00-Side track at............... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock
St. Johns county.
21.94--Main track at............ 7,000
1.80-Side track at ............... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling st(ck


81,340 00
2,695 00
4,187 25- 88,222 25


119,700 00
1,750 00
5,759 06- 127,209 06


153,580 00
3,150 00
7,553 69- 164,283 09'


ST. JOHNS RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.
12.00-Main tra-k at.............. 2,000 24,000 00
Pro rata value tolling stock 4,000 00- 28,000 00

ST. AUGUSTINE AND HALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.


18.40-Main track at.............. 4,000
.90-Side track at............... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Putnam county.
6.70-Main track at.............. 4,000
1.50-Side track at............... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stcck


73,600 00
1,575 00
11,500 00- 86,675 00


26,800 00
2,625 00
4,900 00- 34,825 00











JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND INDIAN RIVER
RAILWAY CO.


Volusia county."

34.54-Main track at............ $5,000
2.66--ide track at............... 2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock

Brevard county.
116.37-Main track at............ 5,000
13.10-Side track at .. .......... 2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock

Dade county.

40.25-Main tract at.............. 5,000
10.17-Side track at................. 2,000
Pro rats value rolling stock


$172,700 00
5,320 00
12,851 85-$190,871 85


581,850 00
26,200 00
44,729 05- 652,779 05


201,250 00
20,340 00
17,419 10- 239,009 10


ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO.

Volusia county.
27.97-Main track at.............. 3,500 97,895 00
1.90-Side track at................. 1,250 2,375 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 6,000 00- 106,270 00

SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO.
Alachus county.


25.21-Main track at............. 6,000
6.63-tSide track at...... ....... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Columbia county.
18.70-Main track at............ 5,000
12.47-Main track at............ 6,000
2.62-Side track at............. 1,250
1.97-qide track at.............. 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Hamilton county.
14.18-Main track at............ 6,000
1.19-Side track at.............. 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Suwannee county.
40.67-Main track at............. 6,000
3.51-Side track at.............. 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


151,260 00
11,602 50
57,447 03- 220,309 53


93,50) 00
74,820 00
3,275 00
3,447 50
64,519 66- 239,562 16


85,080 00
2,082 50
27,781 18- 114.893 68


244,020 00
6,142 50
79,711 37- 329,873 `7












Gadsden county.
2.86-Main track at.............. $7,000 $20,020 00
2.07-Side track at............... 1,750 3,622 50
Pro rata value rolling stock 8,894 91- $32,537 4t
Nassau county.
23.84-Main track at............ 7,000 166,880 00
3.58-Side track at.............. 1,750 6,265 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 49,472 29- 222,617 29
Duval county.

11.79-Main track at.............. 7,600 82,530 00
3.15--Side track at............. 2,333.88 7,348 95
Pro rata value rolling stock 26,956 36- 116,834 31
Jefferson county.
11.05-Main track at............ 6,000 66,800 00
.76-Side track at............... 1,500 1,140 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 21,308 09--- 88,748 09

SILVER SPRINGS, OCALA AND GULF RAILROAD CO.
Marion county.

31.79-Main track.at .. ......... 5,000 158,950 00
1.48-Side track at.............. 1,500 2,220 00
Pro rata value rolling stook 12,329 86- 178,499 86
Citrus county.
44.80-Main track at............. 5,000 224,000 00
1.47-Side track at............... 1,500 2,205 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 17,147 66- 243,352 66

SANFORD AND ST. PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO.
(Formerly Orange Belt Railroad.)


Orange county.
37.40-Main track at ............ 3,000
1.10-Side track at.............. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Lake county.
22.10-Main track at............ 3,000
.20-Side track at.............. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Sumter county.
14.10-Main track at............ 3,000
.30-Side track at............. 750
Pro rita va'ue rolling stock


112,200 00
825 00
19,789 00- 132,814 00


66,300 00
150 00
11,462 20- 77,912 20


42,300 00
150 00
7,350 20- 49,800 20












Pasco county.
41.10-Main track at.. .......... $4,000
.10-Side track at............. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Hillsborough county.
37.80-Main track at............. 4,000
.40-Side tiack at............. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Hernando county.,
4.00--Main track at............ 3,000
.10-Side track at.............. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock


$164,400 00
75 00
21,176 80-$185,651 80

151,200 00
300 00
19,634 80- 171,134 80

12,0c0 00
75 00
2,107 40- 14,182 40


SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO.
(Siuth Florida Division.)


Orange county.
S3.96-Main track at..............
17.40-Main track at........ .....
9.58-Side track at...............
Pro rata value rolling stock
Osceola county.
15.00-Main track at.............
15.40-Main track at.............
3.02-Side track at..............
Pro ra'a value rolling stock
Polk county.
53.23-Main track at.............
28.55-Main track at ..............
6.79-Side track at.........
Pro rata value rolling stock
Hillsborough county.
37.50-Main track at.............
1.04-Main track at.............
3.55-Side track at...............
9.01-Side tra'k at .............
Pro rata value rolling stock


7,000
6,000
1,750



7,000
6,000
1,750



7,000
6,000
1,750



7,000
6,000
2,333
1,750


Pasco county.
24.00-Main track at........ ... 6,000
1.10-Side track at................. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling s'ock
Hernando county.
14.29-Main track at............ 6,000
.90-Side track at............... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stozk


237,720 00
104,400 00
16.765 00
45,312 40- 404,227 40


105,000 00
92,400 00
5.285 00
24,866 15- 227,551 15


372,610 00
141,300 00
11,882 50
62,180 25-- 587,972 75


262,500 00
6,240 00
8,282 15
15,767 50
38,020 95- 330,810 60


144,000 00
1,650 00
18,675 65- 164,325 65


85,740 00
1,350 00
11,302 12- 98,392 12












Sumter county.
.63-Main track at............ $6,010
.85-Side track at ................ 1,500
Pro rata va'ue rolling stock
Citrus county
13.99-Main track at ............. 6,000
1.388-- ide track at.... .......... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Marion county.
8.04-Main track at............. 6,000
.68-Side track at.... ....... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Levy county.
4.45--Main track at.............. 6,000
Pro rata value rolling stock
Alachua county.
23.13-Main track at.............. 6,000
1.45-Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


$3,780 00
1,275 00
1,101 19- $6,156 19


83,940 00
2,070 00
11,436 05- 97,446 05


48,240 00
1,020 00
6,488 12-


55,748 12


26.700 00
3,311 02- 30,011 02


138,780 00
2,175 00
18,288 75-


159,243 75


TAMPA AND THONOTOSSA RAILROAD CO.
(Operated by Savannah Florida and Wes'ern Ry. Co.)
Hillsborough county.
11.33-Main track at............. 3,500 39,655 00
1.19-Side track at............... 1,125 1,338 75- 40,993 75

WINSTON AND BONE VALLEY RAILROAD.
(Opera'ed by 'he South Florida Division of the Savannah Florida and
Western Railway Co.


folk county.
21.00-Main track at............ 3,500 73,500 00
6.00-Sid- track at..... ......... 1,000 6,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 1,300 00-

FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(Main Line.)


Putnam county.
28.66-Main track at ........... 4,000
5.92-Side track at................... 1,250
Pro ra a value rolling slock
Alachua county.
31.63-Main track at.............. 4,000
4.36-Side track at............... 1,250
Pro rata value rolling stock


80,800 00


114,640 00
7,400 00
18,980 50- 141,020 50


126,520 00
5,450 00
19,754 46- 151,724 46












Marion county.
52.70-Main track at ............. $4,000 $210,800 00
7.50-Side track at ....... ..... 1,250 9,375 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 33,043 04-$253,218 04
Sumter county.
17.85-Main track at...... ....... 4.000 71,400 00
.60-Side track a............... 1,250 750 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 10,127 00- 82,277 00
Hernan4o county.
10.52-Main track at ............. 4,000 42,080 00
1.26-Side track at............. 1,250 1,575 00
Pro iala value rolling stock 6,465 91- 50,120 91
Lake county.
23.28-Main track at ................ 4,000 93,120 00
3.58-Side track at.............. 1,250 4,475 00
Pro ra'a value rolling stock 14,742 09- 112,337 09

FLORID.. SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(Ctarlotte Harbor Division.)


Polk c 'un y.

17.60-Main track a'............. 5,000
2.18-Side Irack at ............... 1,250
Pro rata valun rolling stock
DeSoto county.
57.65--Main track at.............. 5,000
3.92-Aide track a'............... 1,250
Pro rata value rolling stock

ST. JOHNS AND LAKE EUSTIS
Lake county.
45.27-Main tra,'k at.............. 2,200
2.29-Side track at ....:.......:. 750
Pro rata value rolling stock
Mari tn coun y.

2.00-Main track at.............. 2,200
Pro rata value rolling stock


88,000 00
2,725 00
7,022 10- 97,747 10


288.250 00
4,900 00
21,857 90- 315,0)7 90

RAILROAD CO.


99,594 00
1,717 50
1,367 50- 102,679 60


4,400 00
57 50- 4,457 50


FORT MEADE STREET` RAILWAY CO.
Polk county.
1.00-Main track at.... ... .... 1,000 1,000 00
Pro ra'a value rolling stock 200 00- 1,200 00












CARRABELLE, TALLAHASSEE AND
COMPANY.
Franklin county,
13.84-Main track at............ $4,000
1.90-Side track at.............. 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock
Wakulla county.
23.66-Main track at ............. 4,000
.60-Side track at............ 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock
Leon county.
11.32-Main tack at............ 4.000
.07-Side track at ............ 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


GEORGIA RAILROAD



$55,360 00
1,900 00
6,738 29- $63,998 29


94,640 00
600 00
10,385 85- 105,625 85


45,280 00
70 00
4,875 86-


50,225 86


FLORIDA MIDLAND RAILROAD CO.
Orange county.
38.00-Main track at............ 1,770 67,280 00
.43-Side track at.............. 750 322 50- 67,582 50
Osceola county.
6.00-Main track at....... 1,770 10,620 00
.10-Side track at............. 750 75 00- 10,695 00
ORLANDO STREET RAILWAY CO.
Orange county.
2.00-Main track ht............... 2,000 4,000 00
Pro lata value rolling stock 1,000 00- 5,000 00

TALLAHASSEE STREET RAILWAY CO.
Leon county.
2.)0-Main track at...... ....... 1,000 2,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 500 00- 2,500 00

PALATKA AND HEIGHTS STREET RAILWAY CO.
Putnam county.
1.50-Main track t ............ 2,000 3,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 1,000 00- 4,000 00

JUPITER AND LAKE WORTH RAILROAD CO.
Dade courity.
'7.63-Main track at............ 2,500 19,075 00
.10-Side track at.... ......... 625 62 50
Pro ra'a value rolling stock 3,637 50- 22,775 00












PENSACOLA AND MOBILE RAILWAY AND MANUFACTUR-
ING COMPANY.
Escambia county.
5.25-Main track t .............. $5,000 $26,250 00
6.00-Side track at............ 1,500 9,000 00- $35,250 00

PENSACOLA AND ANDALUSIA RAILROAD CO.

Santa Rosa county.

15.00-Main track at............ 1,000 15,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 5,250 00- 20,250 00

JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA AND KEY WEST RAILWAY CO.
Duval county.

11.37-Main track at............ 6,000 68,220 00
2.44-Side track at............. 2,333 33 5,693 32
Pro rata value rolling stock 25,034 77- 98,948 09

Clay county.

28.00-Main track at............. 6,000 168,000 00
3.23-Side track at .............. 1,750 5,652 50
Pro rata value rolling stock 56,613 74- 230,266 24
Putnam county.

40.17-Main track at............. 6,000 241,020 00
8.38-S'de track at.............. 1,750 14,665 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 88,011 44- 343,696 44
Volusia county.

44.58-Main track at ............ 6,000 267,480 00
6.43--ide track at ............... 1,750 11,252 50
Pro rata value rolling stock 92,470 93- 371,203 43

Orange county.
480-Main track at............. 6,000 28,800 00
3.43-Side track at............... 1,750 6,002 50
Pro rata value rolling stock 14,919 34- 49,721 81

SANFORD AND LAKE EUSTIS RAILWAY.

(Operated by Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway Co.)

Lake county.

20.58-Main track at............... 5,000 102,900 00
.86-Side track at ............. 1,500 1,290 00- 104,190 00












Orange county.

8.02-Main track at............. $5,000 $40,100 00
.87-Side track at .............. 1,500 1,305 00- $41,405 00

ATLANTIC COAST, ST. JOHNS AND INDIAN RIVER RY.

(Operated -by Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway Co.)


Volusia county.

20.75-Main track at.............. 5,000
.56-Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Brevard county.


103,750 00
840 00
16,058 43- 120,648 43


15.00-Main track at ..... ....... 5,000 75,000 00
1.57-Side track at.............. 1,500 2,355 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 12,486 49- 89,841 49

DELAND AND ST. JOHNS RIVER RAILROAD.

(Operated by Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway Co).

Volusia county.

4.00-Main triak at.............. 4,000 16,000 00
1.48-Side track at .............. 1,250 1,850 00- 17,850 00

LIVE OAK AND GULF RAILWAY CO.
Suwannee county.

18.00-Main track at.............. 2,000 36,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,800 00- 38,800 00

CONSUMERS ELECTRIC LIGHT AND STREET.RAILROAD CO.

Hillsborough county.
12.50-Main track at.............. 4,000 50,000 00
.50-ide track at.............. 4,000 2,000 00
Pro ra'a value rolling s'ock 11,500 00- 63,500 00

ATLANTIC, SUWANNEE RIVER AND GULF RAILROAD CO.
Bradford coun y.
15.85-Main track at ............... 5,000 79,250 00
.88-Side track at............... 2,000 1,760 00- 81,010 00
Alachua county.\
11.59-Main track at ............ 5.000 57,950 00
.62-Side track at............... 2,000 1,240 00- 59,190 00












FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILROAD CO.
Alachu i county.
35 00-Main track at............. $4,500 $157,500 00.
29.00-Main track at............ 6,000 174,000 00
3.53-Side track at .............. 1,500 5,295 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 49.534 94-$386,329 94

Baker county.

26.25-Main track at.............. 6,000 157.500 00
.94-Side track at.... .......... 1,500 1,410 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 19,944 54- 178,854 54

Bradford county.

19.75-Main track at... .......... 6,000 118,500 00
.59-S de track at .............. 1,500 885 (10
Pro rata value rolling stock 14,919 90- 134,304 90
Clay county.

5.75-Main track at............. 6,000 84,500 00
.50-Side track at .............. 1,500 750 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 4,584 53- 39,834 53

Columbia county.

19.00--Min track at.............. 6,000 114,000 00
1.18-Side track at ........... 1,500 1.770 03
Pro rata value rolling stock 14,802 53- 130,572 53
Duval county.
88.00-Main track at.............. 7,000 266.000 00
18.13-Main track at............. 6,000 78,780 00
4.86-Side track at .............. 2,333 11,338 38
1.72-Side track at .............. 1,750 3,010 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 42,331 73- 401,463 11
Gadsden cJunty.
35.56-Ma:n track at.............. 6,000 213,360 00
.94-Side track at...... ........ 1,500 1,410 00
Pro rata value lolling stock 26,773 66- 241,543 66
Hdrnan to county.
6.25-Main ta k at............... 6,000 37,503 00
.03-Side track at............. 1,5U0 45 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 4,606 54- 42,151 54
Hillsborough county.
35.59-Main track at.............. 6,000 213,540 00
5.10-Main track at............. 2,000 10,200 00
2.06-Side track at............... 1,500 3,090 00
Pro rata v. lue rollin, s ock 31,358 19- 258,188 19












Jefferson county.

18.50-Main track at............. $6,000
4.38-Main track at............ 2,000
1.60-Side track at ............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Lake county.

14.50-Main track at.............. 6,000
9.00-Main track at ............. 4,500
1.68-Side track at................. 1,500
Pro iata valu" rolling stock
Leon county.
26.00-Main track at......... .. 6,000
11.00-Main track at............ 1,500
1.27-Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro ra'a value rolling stock
Levy county.

60.20-Main track at............. 4,500
4.78-Side track at.............. 1,125
Pro rata value rolling stock
Madison county.

34.50-Main tack at.............. 6,000
1.71--Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro rala value rolling stock
Marion county.
48.45-Main track at............. 6,000
4.04-Side track at. ............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Nassau county.
57.75-Main track at. ......... 6,000
2.25-Main track at............... 1,500
5.22-Side track at ............ 2,000
3.62-Si'e track at............ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Orange county.

24.00-Main track at................ 4,500
15.67-Main track at .........**** 4,000
1.93--ide track at............ 1,125
Pro rata value rolling stock
Pasco county.
21.00-Main track at.............. 6,000
.81-Side track at............... 1,600
Pro rata value rolling stock


$111,000 00
8,760 00
2,400 00
17,956 69-$140,116 69


87,000 00
40,500 00
2,520 00
18,470 16- 148,490 16


156,000 00
16,500 00
1,905 00
28,072 00- 202,477 00


270,900 00
5,377 50
47,664 45- 323 941 95


207,000 00
2,565 00
26,560 94- 236,125 94


290,700 00
6,060 00
38,502 73- 335,262 73


346,500 00
3,375 00
10,440 00
5,430 00
50,495 86-


416,240 86


108,000 00
62.680 00
2,171 25
30,514 64- 203,365 89


126,000 00
1,215 00
15,998 18- 143,213 18












Sumter county.
38.07-Main track at............. $6,000
1.65-Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro lata value rolling stock
Suwannee county.
27.00-Main track at............... 6,000
1.60-Side track at.............. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
Wakulla county.
9.25-Main track at............. 1,500
.01-Side track at............... 375
Pro rata value rolling stock


$228,420 00
2,475 00
29,135 61-$260,030 6t


162,000 00
2,400 00
20,978 81- 185,378 81


13,875 00
3 75
6,792 44- 20,671 19


MAIN STREET RAILROAD CO.
Duval county.
2.75-Main track at............. 4,000 11,000 00
Pro rala value rolling stock 2,000 00- 13,000 00

JACKSONVILLE STREET RAILWAY CO.
Duval county.
8.00-Main track at............. 5,000 40,000 00
.75-Side track at.............. 1,000 750 00
Pro rata va'ue rolling stock 38,500 00- 79,250 00

JACKSONVILLE, MAYPORT AND PABLO RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION CO.


Duval county.
16.27--Main track at.............. 2,500
.21-Side track at.............. 625
Pro rata value rolling stock


40,675 00
131 25
8,283 75- 49,090 00


JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY.

Duval county.
3.80-Main track at...... ...... 10,000 38,000 00
13.50-Side track at.............. 4,000 54,000 00
Pro rata value rolling stock 6,000 00- 98,000 00,











34





Telegraph Lines.




'WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.

Columbia county.


Wires.
3 at....................... $ 85
4 at........................... 100
Duval county.


$ 850 00
1,000 00


"15.70 5 at ........................ 115
Escambia county.


7.00
6.00
10.56
-45.00


1 at......... ...............
2 at................ ..... .....
3 at.........................
4 at. .................. .......
Gadsden county.


2.86 2 at.. ........................ 70
1.00 3at............ .............. 85
35.00 4 at ......... ............ 100
Hamilton crun'y.
14.11 1 at.......................... 50
32.30 3 at ........................... 85
Holmes county.
21.25 3 at... .................. ....... 85
Jackson county.
:38.00 3 at............ ............. 85
Jefferson county.
23.00 4 at......................... 100
Leon county.
26.00 4at......................... 100
Madison county.
34.00 4 at ......................... 100


1,815 85 1,815 .85


350 00
420 00
897 60
4,500 00


200 20
85 00
3,500 00


705 50
2,745 50


6,167 60




3,785 20



3,451 00


1,806 25 1,806 25

3,230 00 3,230 00

2,200 00 2;200 00


2,600 00 2,600 00

3,400 00 3,400 00


Nassau county.
10.00 3at........................ 85 850 00
2- .84 5 at.................... .... 115 2,626 60


-Miles.
10.00
-10.00


$1,850 00


3,476 60










35

Santa Rosa county.
30.50 3 at............................ $85 $8,857 50 $3,857 50
Suwnim e7 county .
8.39 1 at............ ............ 50 419 50
-26.00 4 at.......................... 100 2,600 00 8,019 50
Washington county.
14.0) 3 at ... ........ ........... 85 1,190 00 1,190 00
Walton county.
.36.50 3at.......................... 85 3,102 50 3,102 50

INTERNATIONAL OCEAN TELEGRAPH CO.
Alachua county.

44.00 1 at.......... .............. 50 2,200 00
21.44 2 at........ .......... ...... 70 1,500 80
:32.92 3 at...................... ... 85 2,708 20
3.32 4 a......................... 100 332 00
,14.39 5 at........ ............ 115 1,654 85 8,485 85
Baker county.

'24.00 6 at........................... 130 3,120 00 3,120 CO
Biadfoid county.
34.00 1 at ......................... 50 1,700 00
20.34 5 at....................... 115 2,839 10 4,039 10
Brevard county.

105.00 4 at........................ 100 10,500 00 10,500 00
Clay county.
5.00 1 at .......................... 50 250 00
28.00 6 at ........................ 130 3,640 00
5.80 5 at.................. ........ 115 667 00 4,557 00
Columbia c unly.
13.18 1 at...... .................. 50 659 00
10.00 6 at............. ............ 130 1,300 00
720 fiet cable wire at 31 con's... 223 20 2,182 2S
Dade county.
18.00 1 at......................... 50 900 00
39.80 4 at .......................... 100 3,980 00 4,880 40

DeSoto county.


20.00 2 a .......................... 70
57.65 3 al..................... ...... 85


1,400 00
4,900 25 6,800 '5










36

Duval county.
3.24 lat.... ......................$ 50 $ 162 00
21.76 4at...................... 100 2,176 00
28.73 5 at................. ...... 115 3,303 95
16.92 6 at.............. ......... 130 2,199 60
18.00 10 at.......................... 190 3,420 00
5,100 feet cable wire at 31 cents 1,581 00 $12,842 55
Hernando county.
10.52 2 at......................... 70 736 40
6.41 3at.......................... 85 54485 1,281 25
Hillsborough county.
46.70 1 at ......................... 50 2,335 00
6.00 2 at.......................... 70 420 00
20.05 4at........................... 00 2,005 00
20.00 5 at............... ......... 115 2,300 00 7,060 00
Lake county.
92.95 1 at......................... 50 4,647 50
5.00 2 at......................... 70 350 00
39.00 3 at................ ......... 85 3,315 00 8,312 50
Lee county.
30.00 2 at..... .................... 70 2,100 00
16,00 feet cable wire at 31 cents 4,960 00 7,060 00
Levy county.
40.00 1 at........................... 50 2,000 00 2,000 00O
Marion county.
2.00 1 at ......................... 50 100 00
93.14 3 at ................. ........ 85 7,916 90 8,016 90'
Nassau county.
31.30 1 at............................ 50 1,565 00
11.00 3 at................ ......... 85 935 00
3.56 4 at ........................ 100 356 00
670 feet cable wire at 31 cents.. 207 70 3,063 70'
Orange county.
31.62 1 at ......................... 50 1,581 00
28.00 2 at ......................... 70 1,960 00
13.70 3 at............................ 85 1,164 50
4.80 4 at ......................... 100 480 00
660 feet cable wira at 81 cants... 204 60 5,39 10
Pasco county.
61.60 1 at............................ 50 3,080 00
21.33 4 at ......................... 100 2,133 00 5,213 00
Polk county.
15.00 2at.......................... 70 1,050 00
17.60 3 at ........................... 85 ; 1,496 00 2,546 00












Putnam county.
22.00 1 at...........................$ 50
28.66" 2 at ...... .................. 70
12.90 3 at........................ 85
-40.17 5 at....... ................... 115
1,450 feet cable wire at 31 cents
St. Johns county.
-45.15 4 at................ ......... 100
18.50 5 at ....... .......... .......... 115
Sumter county.
14.10 1 at.... ....................... 50
.52.01 3 at............ ................. 85
Volusia county.
.27.30 1 at............................. 50
20.75 2 at.......................... 7)
'76.58 4 at........................... 100
400 feet cable wire at 31 cents..


$1,100 00
2,006 20
1,096 50
4,619 55
449 50 $9,271 75


4,515 00
2,127 50

705 00
4,420 85

1,365 00
1,452 50
7,658 00
124 00


6,642 50


5,125 85




10,599 50


CARRABELLE, TALLAHASSEE AND GEORGIA RAILROAD'S
TELEGRAPH LINE.


Franklin county.
14.00 1 at........................ 25
WakXilla county.
24.00 1 at ................. ......... 25
Leon county.
12.00 1 at......... ............. 25


350 00 350 00

600 00 600 00

300 00 800 00


GENEVA TELEGRAPH CO.


Holmes county.
17.00 1 at......................... 32.35 550 00


550 00


SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY COMPANY'S TELEGRAPH.
Clay county.
:34.00 1 at...... ................... 50 1,700 00 1,700 00

JACKSONVILLE AND ST. JOHNS BAR TELEGRAPH CO.


Duval county.
-22.00 1 at .................. ....... 25


550 00 550 00


APALACHICOLA AND MARIANNA TELEGRAPH CO.
Franklin county.


14.00 1 at........................ 25


350 00 350 00










38

Calhoun county.
84.00 1 at......................... $25 $2,100 00 12.100 00~
Jackson county.
12.00 lat.......................... 25 300 00 300 00W

ATLANTIC AND GULF TELEGRAPH CO.
Volusia county.
27.00' 1 at........................ 50 1,350 00 1,850 00'

SILVER SPRINGS, OCALA AND GULF RAILWAY'S TELE-
GRAPH.


Marion county.
25.05 1 at .......................... 50
Citrus county.
44.80 1 at........................ 50

SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN
GRAPH.


1,252 50 1,252 50"

2,240 00 2,240 00'

RAILWAY'S TELE-


Jefferson county.
11.90 l at........... ................ 50 595 00

SOUTH FLORIDA TELEGRAPH CO.
Orange county.


17.00 1 at.......................... 50
80.00 2 at........................... 70
Osceola county.
33.00 2 at................. ......... 70
Polk county.
80.00 2at... ...................... 70
Hillsborough county.
34.00 2 at........................ 70
Pasco county.
22.00 2 at.............. .......... 70
Hernando county,
17.00 2at................... ...... 70
Citrus county.
20.00 1 at ............ ........ 50
40.00 2 at........................ 70


850 00
2,100 00


595 00"


2,950 00-


2,310 00 2,310 00-


5,600 00 5,600 00-

2,380 00 2,380 00

1,540 00 1,540 00'


1,190 00 1,190 00


1,000 00
2,800 00 3,800 00,












Marion county.
40.00 2 at......................... $70
Alachua county.
32.00 2at.......................... .... 70
23.00 4 at .................. ..... 100
Levy county.
20.00 2 at.................. ......... 70
Columbia county.
33.00 1 at............ ............ 50
Suwannee county.
30.00 2 at.......................... 70


$2,800 00 $2,800 (


2,240 00
2,300 00


1,400 00


1,650 00


2.100 00


4,540 00


1,400 00


1,650 00


2,100 00>








Statement Showing the Length and Value of Main Track, Branch, Switch and Side Tracks, and Rolling Stock of Each Railroad in
the State Assessed for 1896.

MAIN TRACK, BRANCH, SwICH & SIDETRACKS ROLLING STOCK.
ASSESSED VALUE. ASSESSED VALUE. TOTAL

Miles. er Value. Miles. Per Value. Value. VALUE.
Mile. Mile.


Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad...........................................



Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Georgia Division)......... ..............


Savannah Florida and Western Railway (South Florida Division,)...............


Florida Southern Railroad (Main line.)............................................. ..
Florida Southern Railroad (Charlotte Harbor Division.)............................
Sanford and St. Petersburg Railroad..........................................
Silver Springs Ocala and Gulf Railroad...........................................
Tampa and Thonotosassa Railroad ............................................ ....
Winston and Bone Valley Railroad................................................
St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railroad................................................
Jacksonville Tampa and Key West Railway.................. .................
Sanford and Lake Eustis Railway (Operated by J. T. & K, W. Railway.) ...............
Atlantic Coast St. Johns and Indian River Railway (Operated by J. T. & K. W. Ry....
DeLand and St. Johns diver Railway (Operated by the J. T. & K. W Railway Co....
Jacksonville St. Augustine and Halifax River Railroad.... ......................
St. Johns and Halifax River Railroad................................................
St. Johns Railway...... ..... ............................................... ....
S. Augustine and Halifax River Railroad..............................................
J cksonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.............................
Atlantic and Western Railroad.............................................. ......
Pensacola and Atlantic R. R.................. ............................. i
Pensacola Railroad............... .... ...............................
Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad........................ ...................
Tavares Apopka and Gulf Railroad............ ..... .........................
Southwestern Railroad...................................... ..............
Jacksonville and Atlantic Railroad .......... ...... ......................
St. Augustine and South Beach Railroad...........................................
Pensacola and Perdido Railroad............... .. ...............................
Pensacola Alabama and Tennessee Railroad........ ...........................
Fort Meade Street Railroad ..................... .................. ..
Carrabelle Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad .....................................
Orlando Street Railway ....................................... ... ..........
Tallahassee Street Railway. ................................. ................
Palatka and Heights Street Railway........... .... .....................
Jupiter and Lake Worth Railroad ...........................................
Pensacola and Andalusia Railroad ............................ ......... ........
Atlantic Suwannee River and Gulf Railway. ....................................
Jacksonville Street Railroad ....................................'.. .... ..
Jacksonville Mayport and Pablo Railway and Manufacturing Company..........
Florida Midland Railroad...................... ................ .........
Live Oak and Gulf Railway.................................................
Main Street Railroad....................... ..............................
Consumers Electric Light and Street Railway Company.......................
Gainesville and Gulf Railway......................... ... .......... .......
Pensacola and Mobile Railway Manufacturing Company..........................
Jacksonville Terminal Company...........................................


38.00
476.05
128.20
15.67
9.48
22.50
38.49
103.58
18.70
139.69
145.92
164.64
75.25
77.60
78.90
76.59
11.33
21.00
47.27
128.92
28.60
35.75
4.00
36.40
50.66
12.00
25.10
191.16
27.97
161.14
..... i4.41
44.41
116.00
25.00
33.50
16.25
3.31
8.00
15.30
1.00
48.82
2.00
2.00
1.50
7.63
15.00
27.44
8.00
16.27
44.00
18.00
2.75
12.50
23.00
5.25
3.80

2.891.29


$7,000
6,000
4,500
4,000
2,000
1,500
7,000
6,000
5,000

7,000
6,000

4,000
5,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
3,500
3,500
2,200
6,000
5,00'
5,000
4,000
7,000
7,000
2,000
4,000
5,000
3,500
7,000

6,000
6,000
3,000
1,500
1,500
1,500
2,200
2,200
1,000
4,000
2,000
1,000
2,000
2,500
1,000
5,000
5,000
2,500
.1,770
2,000
4,000
4,000
3,000
5,000
10,000
lOOO.


$ 266,000
2,856,300
576,900
62,680
18,960
33,750
269,430
621,480
93,500
............o
977,830
875,520

658,560
376,250
332,800
315,600
382,950
39,655
73,500
103,994
773,520
143,000
178,750
16,000
254,800
354,620
24,000
100,400
955,800
97,895
1,127,980
............
266,460
696,000
75,000
50,250
24,375
4,965
17,60t
33,660
1,000
195,280
4,000
2,000
3,000
19,075
15,000
137,200
40,000
40,675
77,880
36,000
11,000
50,000
69,000
26,250
38,000

$14,796,094


4.86 $2,333
5.22 2,000
1.72 1,750
27.75 1,500
6.71 1,125
.01 975
3.15 2,333
18.95 1,750
.76 1,500
2.62 1,250
3.55 2,:33
28.40 1,70
6.36 1,500
23.22 1,250
6.10 1,20
2.10 7 0

2.95 1,500
1.19 1,1 5
6.00 1,000
2.29 70
23.91 1,750
1.73 1,500
2.13 1,5)0
1.48 1,2)0
13.27 2,500
4.34 1,750
2.40 1,750
25.93 2,0)0
1.90 1,250
S1.58 2,33
5.34 1,750
9.48 2,00
5.38 1,00
.26 750
1.00 375
.50 1,900
........ ......
1.60 750
.25 1,0900
2.57 1,000
........ ....i..."
.... .... ....

.10 625

1.50 2,000
.75 1,000
.21 6%5
.53 750

.50 4,000
.50 3,000
6.00 1,500
13.50 4,000

282.55 ........


$ 11,338 38
10,440 00
3,010 00
41,625 00
7,548 75
3 75
7,348 95
33,162 50
1,140 00
3,275 00
8,282 15
49,700 00
9,540 00
29,025 00
7,625 00
1,575 00
4,425 00
1,338 75
6,000 00
1,717 50
43,265 82
2,595 00
3,195 0O
1,850 0
33,175 00
7,595 00

4,200 00
51,860 00
2,375 00
3,686 14
9,345 00
18,960 00
8,070 00
195 00
375 00
500 00
............
1,200 00
250 00

2,570 00
............
............

62 50

3,000 00
750 00
131 25
397 50
............

2,000 00
1,500 00
9,000 00
54,000 00

$504.223 94


S.......... ...

I ... ..... ... .
.. ..... .,9 99

336,039 89
..............
) ...... .......
.............o

103,113 00i
28,880 (00
81,520 40

29,477 52
........i66........66
1,300 0
1,425 00
277,050 22
..... ..........54
28,544 92
..............."
79,360 00
17,500 00
4,000 0
16,400 0
75,000 00
6,000 00
) 79,393 23
100,39'6 00
172,230 94
19,805 00
2,500 00
10,125 00
2,000 00
5.200 00
6,090 00
200 00
22,000 00
1,000 00
500 00
1,000 00
3,637 50
5,250 00
................
38,500 00
8,283 75

2,800 00
2,000 00
11,500 00
2,500 00
.............6 .
6,000


..............
..............
..............
4,428,554 95

...........

1,365,376 34
..............
..............
..............
2,161,884 80

790,698'66
412,755 00
631,495 40
..............
416,852 52
40,993 75
-80,800 00
107,136 50
1,093,836 04
145,595 00
210,489 92
17,850 00
367,335 00
379,715 00
28,000 00
121,000 00
1,082,660 00
106,270 00
1,220,404 37

385,816 00
876,300 94
95,000 00
53,125 00
35,000 00
6,965 00
24,000 00
40,000 00
1,200 00
219,850 00
5,000 00
2,500 00
4,000 00
22,775 00
20,250 00
140,200 00
79,250 00
49,090 00
78,277 50
38,800 00
13,000 00
63,500 00
73,000 00
35,250 00
98,000 00


$2,369,534 0911$17,669,852 031


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Statement Showing the Length and Value of Telegraph Lines Assessed for the Year 1896.


ONE WIRE. I Two WIRES.


NAmi or COMPANY.


Western Union Telegraph Company...

International Ocean Telegraph Co.....



Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia
Railroad's Telegraph Line...........
Geneva Telegraph Company..............
Southwestern Railway's Telegraph
Line........... ................
Jacksonville and St. Johns Bar Tel-
egraph Company....................
Atlan ic and Gulf Telegraph Co..........
Silver Springs, Ocala and Gult Rail-
way's Tel, graph Line ............
Savannah, Florl ta and Western Rail
way's Telegraph Line...............
South Florida Telegr rph Company.....
Apalachicola and Marianna Telegraph
Company........ ....................


55=


II=


29.50 $50 00

486.99 50 00




50.00 25 00
17.00 33 35

34.00 50 00

22.00 25 00
27.00 50 00

69.85 50 00

11.90 50 00
70.00 50 00

110.00 25 ,0

928.24


'-C
mn ;
0)


$ 1,475 00 8.86 $70 $ 620 20


24,349 5( 185.37 70 12,975 90




1,250 0.....
550 00 .....

1,350 00 ...... ... ............



3,49250 .... .. ........... ....

595 0 ..... ............
3,500 00 378.00 70 26,460 0

2,750 00 ... .... .... ....

$1,562 00 72.3 $40,05 10


- WIRES.


21311
198.09
38.63
338.33
341.35
147.93
78.92
1800


"4 "23.00


'-S


0 0


$18,11435
19,800 n0
4,442 4
28,588 05
34,135 00
17,011 95
10,269 60
3,420 10




.... ..... ..


.....0 ...... ,

i ""2,800 00


$138.071 40


25,000


I ........



.........


Total assessed by State Board.................................. ......... 8$227,439 50
Telephone lines, etc., assessed by County Assessors............... ... 4,000 00
$231,439 50
Difference in assessments (fractional parts of dollars)................... 3 25
Total as shown on assessment rolls.................................. $231,442 75


CABLE WIREB.


$ 44,452 00

138,490 00




1,250 00
650 00CO

1,700 00
550 00
1,350 00

3,492 50

595 00
32,260 00
2,750 00

$227,439 50


7,760 00


$7.750 00


i 1


"


I ii I


"


Total assessed by State Board ................................................ $227,4395O
Telephone lines, etc., assessed by County Assessors .................. 4,00000
Difference in assessments (fractional parts of dollars).. ................ $231,489 2550

Total as shown on assessment rolls ....... $231,442 75


25.000









44

LIST OF DISABLED SOLDIERS Receiving Pensions frow the
State Under Sec ion 568 to 571, inclt-ive, of the Reaised Statutea,
of Florida.


Name of Pensioners


Alachua....















Baker. ....









Bradford....







Brevard ...
Clay........


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company.


Capt Sam Mayo..... 9th Florida
Conner........ 47th Georgia
P B H Dudley 7th Florida
L A Hardee .. 3d Florida..

W M Scott..... 10th Florida.
Tillman Ingram 7ih Florida

Harvey........ 1st Florida
George Lanford 4th Florida

Company E.... 1st So Car.
Company F.... 9th Florida


Jane E Fletcher, wid
of Gen Fletcher ...
Joshua Spear.......
Jacob Link..........
Samuel H Wienges.
Mrs H M Penaarvi-,
wid E L Pendarvis
William T Richardson
MUrtha A Smith, wid
of JacksonW Smith.
John T Hazel........
Julia Ann Hall, wid
of Nathan Hall.....
Calvin Waits.........
Mary E Chldwell, wid
of R A Ca'dwell....
Turner J Griffin......
John Groves........
Ann E Dugger, wid of
B Dugger.........
Huoh Brown.........
Emily Godwin, wid of
James Godwin.....
James M Hodges.....
Harriet Crews, wid of
Samuel Crews ......
Mary Davis, wid of
John C Davis......
John Addison........
Caroline Barry, wid
of W F Barry......
George W Teston....
Judson H Vining.....
Green B Guodman...
Ira Sturgess .........
John Croft ..........
John W Kellum......
John Robert Field...
Louisa Coleman, wid
ot Moses Coleman..
Sarah C Carter, wid
of Elisha W Carter.
Robert N Batten......
Ma tha Green, wid of
Samuel Green......
Louisa A Thomas, wid
of William Thomas.
G W Broer.... ......
Infancy Thomas, wid
of J A Thomas....


Oclawaha R
20 hN Car
7th Florida


Gsrey......... Fineg's Brig
G Vanzant..... 5th Florida

G Vanzant..... 5th Florida
Company D ..... 1st Fla Car


John Harvey..

John Harvey ..
J C Richards..

William Clark.
W H Mann....
F M Jackson...
A A Roberts...
Company F....
Company A....
D B Bird......
Company A....


1st Fla Car

1st Fla Cay
10th Florida

1st Flo ida
2d Georgia
291h Georgia
1st Fla Cav
4 h Florida
7th Florida
3.1 Florida
1st Georgia


DJ McLeod... Co F, Ga

J A Summerlin. 1st Fla Cav
G W Call...... d Florida


Sam Mays....

Mays..........
T S Means.....

May's Company,


2d Fla Bat

2d Fla Bat
st Florida

2d Fla Bat


County.


J W Pearson...
B Smith.........
SF York......













County.


Clay........

Calh,,un......










Co'umbia...


























Citrus.....


DeSoto.....


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company. I


Name of Pensioner.


Mary E Stokes, wid
of Harry Stokes....
T J C Geer..........
William Ayers......
Martha J Sexton, wid
ofJ W Sexton.....
Newton Yon.........
Susan Taylor, wid of
David Taylor......
Elizabeth Hanna, wid
of Hamilton Hanna
Martha J Beck,wid of
W H Book........
S J McClellan, wid of
P J McClellan
James R C Knight....
David Jordan .....'...
T A Hutchinson. ....
Sarah A Doualhss, wid
of James Douglass.
Susan Davis, wid of
Oeorge Davis......
E G Rogerson.......
Samuel A Co'hran...
Jane H Langford, wid
of F M Laneford...
Allyphaire Milligan,
wid of J Milligan..
Joel K Niblack......
Charity Johnson, wid
of W Johnson......
William J Wynn ..
Susan Rowan, wid of
J R Rowan........
Esther Niblack, wid
of James S Nib'ack.
WH Long...........
James L Turner......
Allen Saulk.... .....
Sarah Sealey, wid of
B C Sealey.........
James S Witt........
Shelton G Kinard....
Joseph G Long ......
Irving G Kinard......
Jamns W Johns.....
E K Carter..........
Wm S Wheeler......
Elias Whidden ......
L A Turner, wid of
J W Turner.......
Sarah Ann N Lanier,
wid of F M Lanier


Capt E Carroll's Co.
Garrett Vinzant
J H Ellis .....

E Carroll.......
W Gregory........

Lane..........

R A Walker....

Gregory ......

S A Cawthorn...
J Q Stewart...
A J T Wright..
Jesse S Wood.

G H Hunter...

John M Pons...
W R Moor....
William Jay...

Garrett ........

Vinzant........
G Vinzant.....

John Bryant ..
N A Carswell..

G H Hunter...

G Vinzant......
Vinzant........
A P Butler.....
F J Clark.....

McElroy .......
M I Cox.......
Company A....
W R Moore....
A Roberts......
N S Cobb........
Dasher .........
Wesley Stubbs.
James Gettes....

J Hopkins.,...

Hollyman ......


10th Flor;da
5th Florida
1st Fla Bat

6th Florida
Col H'y Reg

4th Florida

O9th Florida

5th Florida

6th Florida
10lh Florida
2d Florida
3d Florida

9th Florida

8th Florida
Md Florida
14th So Car

5th Florida

5th Florida
5th Fio ida

10th Florida.
3d Ge, rgia

9th Florida

5th Florida
5th Florida
1st So Car
2d Fla Car

Scott's Ca B
Scott's CavB
1st Fla Car
2d Florida
1st Fla Ckv
lst Florida
26,h Georgia
27th Ga
7th Flotida

2d Florida

5th Florida













County.


DeSoto ...

Duval.....





















Escambia...






Franklin ...




Gadsden...


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company. gI


Name of Pensioner.


. Martha Brannan, wid
of F L Brannan....
. William C O'Neal....
Alexander B Harvey.
Elizabeth C Silcox,
wid of Wade Silcox
James Ellison..........
PB Bedford.........
JamesC West.......
WR Bowden........
Colon Thomas........
Conner Roberts......
Susan Warren, wid of
James Warren......
Susan Ann Houston,
wid of L C Houston.
Caroline M Hartley,
wid of G A Hartley
Nancy Youngblood,
wid ofJYoungblood
Margarie Ann Carter,
widof Levi H Carter
LouisaRJohnson, wid
of FA Johnson....
Mrs 8 M Lloyd, wid of
WH Lloyd........
WH Houston. ......
E H Sweat..........
Mary G Barclay, wid
of David Barclay....
Thos Lisco...........
John B Brown.......
Benj J Hugon........
John E Jordan.......
Frank Marques ......
Joshua T Kemp......
L J Walden..........
Amos R Sharit.......
Celia Ann Harrison,
wid of J R Harrison
W R Blackwell......
Moses Lambert.......
James B Nelson......
Thos J Peavy........
J PPoythress........
Mary A Cannon, wid of
J C Cannon........
Elizabeth P Shepard,
wid of W A Shepard
Martha A Roland, wid
of SC Roland......
J W' Edenfield.......


7th Florida
3d Florida
3d Florida

8th Florida
8th Florida
50th Ga Vol
3d Florida
3d Florida
Brevard Batt
Sth Florida


John Starke.... 2d Florida

AA Ochas..... 21st Florida

Wescott ....... 1st Florida

Company B .... 7th Forida

A Drysddle.... 3d Fldrida

Pens ............8th Florida


Company B......
Holmes Steele.
Wm P Fowler..

A D McCaskill.
Lee............
J F McClelland
J M Johnson...
C Thigpen.....
C L McKinnon.
R H M Davidson
W E Cripp.....

E W Moise....
Frierson........
R A Waller....
S B Love.......
Mitchell........
Wm Robinson..


1st Fla Cav
3d Florida
24th Ala

61st Ala
83d Ala
2d Florida
1st Bat

10th Miss
1t Florida
61h Florida
1st Florida

7th Ga Cav
3d Florida
8th Florida
6th Florida
29th Georgia
25Lh La


J C Evans...... 6th Florida

T M Mickler... Hope's Bat

Blocker........ 2d Florida
C A Gee.......4th Florida


Capt Gettes.........
L A Hardee....
A Doggett......

John M Pons...
John M Pons....
Company B....
L A Hardte....
A Dogeett.....
John Wescott...
Company J...













County. Name of Pensioner.


Gadsden.... Fontaine H Shepard..
John W Scott........
B A Kemp............
Pamelia A Gregory,
wid of W T Gregory
Rosanna S Taylor, wid
of John M Taylor...
Benj C Collins.......
Bryant Walsh.........
James A Barr........
Laura W McDonald,
wid ot McDonald...
Jacob Raker Jr.......
John M Thomas.....
Hamilto... C J Cribb...........
Lucretia Keen, wid of
D Keen........ .
Alex Royals.........
Wm Belote...........
Andrew T Dempsey..
W D Bellamy........
Mary A Mitchell, wid
of Chas Mitchell....
Benj F Jackson......
Melvina R ulerson, wid
of Elias Raulerson.
B Moody.... .......
Maria Sterling, wid of
E Sterling..........
David Hurst.... ....
Lewis L Taylor......
John W Grantham...
Sarah Ann Waters, wid
of W Waters.......
David R birts.......
Martha Mobley, wid of
Sam E Mobley....
Sarah A E Miller, wid
of Timothy Miller..
John B McLeod......
Nancy Bass widow of
Benj Bass..........
Martha Ann Fennell,
wid of James Fennell
Joseph D Ragan......
Mary A Williams wid
of John R Williams.
Catherine Barton, wid
of Newell Barton...
Reuben H Johns....
Hernando .. Marion W Page......
Hillaborough Thomas E Miranda...


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company. g


Capt RHM Davidson
Jno W Webb...
J C Evans......


6th Florida
9th Georgia
6th Florida


Gregory........ 6th Florida


R A Waller....
R A Waller....
G W Scott.....
W T Gregory..

Bassett.' ........
1 K Simmons..
W B Malone..
S A Finley....

J F Tucker.....
Jno Frink......
H J Stewart....
Ed West.......
J J Daniel.....


8th Florida
8th Florida
2d Fla Cav
5th Florida

6th Florida
2d Fla Cav
6th Florida
64th Georgia

9th Florida
5,h Florida
2d Florida
1st Fla Bat
Cons Fla


Company E.... 1st Florida,
J K Stewart.... 8th Florida

G Vinzant...... 5th Florida
W Stephens.... 2d Fla Cav


Company C...
Ben Kendrlck..
Chas F Cone...
H F York......

O F Peck.....

C F Cone......

C F Jenkins....
Gettes ........


Fla Reserves
55th Georgia
1st Fla Cav
Bullocks Reg

4th Fla Bat
llth Florida

1st FlaCav

10th Florida
7th Florida


Hull ......... 1st FlaCa

John W Frink.. 5th Florida
Holt Co K .... 51st Georgia

Thos Scott..... 26th Georgia


Willey........
John Harvey...
A J Lea......
Jno A Martin..


'th Georgia
1st Fla Car
5th Florida
Mar Lt Ar













County. Name of Pensioner. Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company.

Hillsborough N B Ellis............ Capt Jno Frink ..... 5th Florida
John Weeks.......... H L Mitchell... 4th Florida
Nancy Davis, wid of
Elisha Davis....... P Bird........ 11th Florida
Enoch D Allen...... George Duncan.. 25th Georgia
E G Walker.......... A P Butler..... 1st So Caro
Rebecca Barnelt, wid
ofJas Barnet....... R B Smith.... 7th Florida
Nancy A Lewis, wid
of Asa Lewis....... J A Edwards.. i6st Georgia
Mary Miley, wid of
James Miley ....... D Hughes.. st Florida
E R Clinkscales...... Jn"' Miotts....... 6th So Car
Wm M Hall............. J J Dickinson.. 2d Florida
Nathan Odom. ..... AJ Lea...... 5th Florida
Elizabeth Stafford,wid
of C Stafford...... Gette .'........ 7th Florida
Wm O Simmons.... Izard ......... 11th So Car
Richad T Caddin.... J J Wescott... 11 h So Car
Francis A Dykes, wid
ot J H Dykes....... C A Gee....... 4'h Florida
Alien J Hopson...... J T Leslie...... Florida Brig
Nancy A Wyno, wid
of RE Wynn...... P Dudley...... 7th Florida
James J Blanton.... S B Spencer.... 20th Ga Cav
John W Matchett...... John R Mizell.. 7th Florida
John W Tanner..... D Hughes...... 1st Fla Cav
William L Carruth.. J A Lash.....4th Florida
James M Wilson..... Hart .......... 22d Ala
Joseph Hutchinson.. B 0 Grenad.... 10th Florida
Holmes..... Jas SHiclmtnan......... James McCrey. -Alabama
Warren D Jackson.. Blackford...... 50th Ala
Francs J Free, wid
of W J Free...... J W Jackson .. 59th Ala
El zabeth Lewis, wid
of H H Lewis ..... Htt .......... 6th Ala
Jonah Shy.......... T T Smith..... 6th Ala
D C Standley........ Hagens........ 6th Ala
Ambrose Gilman...... Cooper ... .. 33d Ala
Elizabeth McCr e a n,
wid J McCrean..... Bacsett........ 6h Florida
Jaspr N Harris. .... H N Hagan ... th Florida
Jackson..... Mrs Mahala Pllir, wid
of T F Plair........ JF McClellan... 2d Florida
J W Basford......... M N Dickinson 4th Florida
S S Basford.......... M N Dickinson.. 4th Florida
Jos M Lockhart...... Walt Robinson. 11th Florida
Jane Taylor, wid of
Wm Taylor........ J F McClellan. 2d Florida
Joseph T Allen...... J F McClellan.. 2d Florida
Jno T Davidson...... Thos Smith.... 6th Ala
Susan E Liddon, wid
of B G Liddon..... Jas Reid....... 3d Georgia














County. Name of Pensioner.


Jackson .. Jno C Tidwell.......


Jtffcrson .....


Wm Sketoe...........
Salu 'a A Coonrod,wid
J H Coonrod......
James A Sills. .......
Barbara Shluppe, wid
of Casper Siouppe..
Moses Dykes........
John C Kemp........
Geo T Denham......
Elizabeth Summerlin,
wid of I Summerlin
Melvina Dvkes, wid. of
Hetry Dykes......
Hardy Cook..........
Dorcas T Cook, wid of
BB Cook. .......
Mary A Jac ibs, wid of
Wm A Jacob ......
Alice P White, wid of
John S White......
Ann Judson Wilon.
wid of J F Wilson
Sarah J Peaoick, wi1
of Ahraham P aeock
IMary Pi.tm in, wid of
H R Pittman......
Nancy J Brannan, wid
of John Brannon...
Samuel Thorp.......
Moiry S Garrett, wid of
Henry K Garrett...
Mary J White, wid of
John White.......
William Ward.......
Debo ah A McPherson
wid of A McPherson
Sabra J Corbett, wid ol
Thos N Corbelt ...
C Ham wid W D Ham
Mary Adams, wid of
Riley Adams .....
Joshua Duncan......
Rebecca Grubbs, wid of
John Grubbs......
Sarah Bridgmao, wid
of Gco Bridgman....
Susan Jones, wid of M
Jones............ .
W G Denham.......
C E Cole, wid of J W
Cole ..............


Name of Captain of
the Company.

Capt Robinson......
Wm Peters.....

A B Gaci.....
MN Dickinson.

Jamps Jackson..
J M Whie....
Attaways.......
TB Fagan....

Lane .........

Tho E Clark..
L M .Atlaway...

Giacey ........

Company F..;..

H O Bassett....

H O Bassett..

G W Bassett..

Chisholm.......

Cooper ........
T E Clarke....

Hays..........

A B McLeod..
Dr Jennings...

RH M Davidson

William Jeter..
Bassett .......

Floyd ........
DB Bird......

Wiley Warwick

WO Bird......


Regiment.


11th 'lorida
5th Florida

6th Florida
4th Floiida

45th Ala
6th Fla
6th Florida
15th Ala

4th Florida

8th Florida
6th Florida

6th Florida

llth Florida

6th Florida

6th Florida

11h Floiida

5th Fla Bat

33d Ala
8th Florida

6th Florida

1st Florida
Clayton R

6,h Florida

5th Fla Bat
6th Florida


3d Florida

1st Fla Res
I "1 fl V id?,.


William B iley 5th Florida
A P Amaker... 1st Florida

William Bailey 5 h Florida


I













County. Name of Pensioner.


Jefferson ... Patrick Coniff........
Martin Kinsey.......
Joel E Walker.........
Archibald Lacy......
Hilary Bishop........
W AHamrick........
0 E Merriman, wid of
G H Mtrriman.....
JBrad'ey McLeod....
Chas P Wheeler.....
Jno D Taylor.......
John H Hagan......
Thos P Williams....
Mrs C C Hamilton,
wid of AJ Hamilton
L H Spratt..........
Mrs FA Nalley, wid
of Peter Nalley....
Martha M Dodgen, wid
ofW H Dodgen....
E C Rowell, wid of
John C Rowell....
Carrie P Bid, wid of
PB Bird.........
James W Edwards..
Berry Shepard... ...
J H Slaughter........
Irwin A Granger....
Liberty..... Mary Thomas, wid of
J Thomas.........
D C Russell, wid of
J D Russell........
Geo W Dyer........
Joseph Bracewell ....
Lee....... Randle McCardle ....
C J Barineau, wid of
W R Barineau....
Geo W Powell........
Penelope Prevatt, wid
of C M Prevatt....
Lemn ....... E Condelary, wid of P
Condelary .........
B F Page............
Mary E Revell, wid oi
S E Revell........
Hugh Black...........
Adeline Purvis, wid of
J N Purvis........
Henry C Billingsley..
Nancy M Ferrell, wid
of D W Ferrell. ...
W B Ferrell.........
Geo T Brown ......


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company.

Capt GW Parkhill... 2d,Florida
A Z Bailey.... 5th Florida
W C Bird...... IstFlorida
William Bailey 5th Florida
William Bailey 5th Florida
William Bailey 5'h Florida

P Sheffield..... 50th Ga
W Footman ... 1st Cavalry
P Bird........ 10th Florida.
Appleby Lee... 4th S Car Ca.
P B Bird...... 10th Florida
G W Reynolds. 29th Miss

Company G.... 3d Ga Vol
Partridge...... ........ ...

Gamble ....... -Artillery

W C Bird..... 1st Florida

A Z Bailey.... 5th Florida

Major of...... 11th Florida
L A Hardee.... 3d Florida
Partridge...... 15th Cavalry
Partridge. ..... 15th Cavalry
Wm Bailey.... 5th Florida

W T Gregory.. 5th Florida

W D Bloxham 5th Florida
James C Evans 6th Florida
RH M Davidson 6th Florida
TM Jackson.. 29th Ga

Richard Waller 8th Florida
C J Jenkins.... 10th Florida

W W Sloane.... 7th Florida

S Spencer...... 5th Florida
C A Bryan...... 5th Florida

Spencer. ...... 5th Florida
R H M Davidson 6th Florida

Bryan......... 5th Florida
Parkhill ...... 2d Florida

Lawson......... 5th Fla Bat
Tuberville..... Home Gds
R N Gardner.. 5th Florida













County.


'Leon.......




Levy........




























Lake.......







LaFayette..



4


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company. egim

Capt Company B... 7th Fla Cav


Name of Pensioner.


Isham M Blake......
Margaret Gereill, wid
of G Gereill........
Amanda C Ashley....
Larkin Robinson ....
Julian Betton........
Wm Russell.........
Silas Weeks...........
John H Sutton......
Hansford D Cook....
Aaron Higginbotham.
Maggie J Mooney, wid
of J A Mooney....
Henry M Smith......
Mary L Brown, wid of
W F Brown........
Sarah E Sheffield, wid
oL W F Sheffield...
Nancy A Dudley, wid
J V RDudley.......
Calvin A Deas. ....
Susan W Tison, wid of
G M Tison.......
Mo'es Keen.........
A H Bateman........
E H Benefield........
L B Smith..........
Miles Alford.............
Lewis Appell........
M A Arnstrong, wid
of G 0 Armstrong..
G McGowan, wid of D
L McGowau........
G Williams........
Mrs A A Ricks, wid of
J M Ricks ........
Mary E Fleming, wid
of J F Fleming....
Rebecca Herndon wid
of W Herndon....
Vicy Varn, wid of Ja-
cob E Varn.......
Sarah J Blackman, wid
of Jno Blackman...
Tohn T Dominey....
David McCredie. ....
Mioses W Dees ....
W C Johnson........
John F Leggett.....
James Corbin. ......
M S Poore............
John H Polk........
Daniel J Stewart....


Light Art
3d Florida
5th Florida'
2d Florida
9th Florida
4th Florida
2d Florida
7th Florida
6th Florida


W W Scott.... 9th Florida
Ross.......... 3d Florida

Ab Flewellen.. 39th Ala

P B H Dudley 7th Florida

P B H Dudley 7th Florida
J 0 Richards.. 9th Florida


S M G Garey..
P B H Dudley
W L Moore ...
Company I....
N A Hull......
Runnells .... .
Cobb.........


9th Florida
71h Florida
2d Florida
1st Fla
1st Fta Cav
9 h Florida
1st Fla Cav


Company G.... 7th Florida

T M Micklin.. 1st Fla Bat
G W Parkhill.. 2d Florida

Louis.......... 31st Georgia

A P Morty.... 9th Florida

R H M Davidson 6th Florida

H F York...... 7th Florida

S D McConnell 7th Florida
Conscripts..... Boneau's B't
S 0 House..... 4th Florida
Vallandingh a m 7th Florida
Fleming....... 2d Florida
Polleyman..... 5th Florida
N A Hull...... 1st Fla Cav
E H Shackleford 6th Georgia
G W Stiles.... 18th Ga Bat
J C McGehee.. 4th Florida


F L Villipigue
John Inglis....
CA Bryan....
G W Parkhill..
Gray..........
James Hunt....
WP Pillan....
Alex Moseley.
J C Chambers..













Name of Pensioner. Name of Captai Regiment.
the Company. regiment.


LaFayette..













Manatee....


Madison ....


Capt'A J Wright ... 3d Florida


Young.........
Cobb.........
Company E....
Thomas Bevill..

NA Hull......
Roberts Co I..
James Tucker.,


50th Georgia
1st Fla Cav
5th Florida
45th Georgia

1st Fla Cav
8th Florida
8th Florida


Company K.... 2d Fla Cay


E McCully, wid of
Pearce McCully....
M F Stephenson, wid
Sof David Stephenson
Daniel J Davis......
William G Brown....
Levi H Senterfeit ..
Nancy L e, wid o' J
Lee.................
William Rollison....
James E Townsend...
Mary Jones wid ofA
H Jones...........
Martha Goodson, wid
of Wilson Goo)dson.
J A Peacock ........
John Wright........
John J Ferguson......
Sarah Ann Stewart,
wid of J M Stuart ...
GeorgeD o*..........
Wiley Knowles ......
Martha E Sutley, wid
ot Ahsalom Sutley..
Jane Gaston, wid ot
Alex Gaston.......
Clem Lanier .........
Malachi Sloan........
Rebecca Flowers, wid
of Jas Flowers.....
H B Gibson..........
Silas Coker............
RM White...........
W H Butler...... ...
J B Terry...........
F JB Fox...........
Dnncan McDaniel....
Amania P Newsome,
wid W J News mne.
Bethany E Rykard,
wid ofE C Rykard..
Lucy Gale, wid of Hi-
ram Gale..........
Thos J Wilson.......
Ivey A Thomas.......
Malachi H Warrinu...
Harriet Porter, wid of
W T Porter........
Mahala Parker, wid of
Matthew Parker....
Oatherine Edward s ,
wid W B Edwards.
G W Jffcoat........


5th Florida
1st Fla Cav
- Ala
2d Florida

1st Florida
5th Florida
4th Florida


R H Gamble.... Fla Light Ar


iJ Bryant.......
W W Pillan ...
A J Lea.......

A JLea........
J D Graham...
W C Bird......
W P Pillan....
M C Toggott...
RT Kolb......
CE Dyke......
Thos Langford.


1st Florida
2d Florida
5th Florida

5th Florida
2d So Car
1st Florida
2d Florida
4th So Car
-Ala Art
Florida Art
3d --


W N Taylor. .. 17th Ga

W H Dial...... 4th Florida


Straighti.......
J L White.....
Bob Hardee....
T Langford....


3d Florida
19 h So Car
9th Georgia
3d Florida


D Biid......... 31 Florida

Company A.... 10.h Florida

Peck .......... 11th Flo-ida
R A Gardner... 5.h Florida


County.


J W Hollyman
N A Hull......
H A Hubbard.
J J Daniel.....

W W Scott.....
Wm Bailey....
Geo Langford..


_i~ e~ ~___










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County. Name of ame of Pensioner.Captain of Regiment.
the Company.


Madison....












Marion.....
























Nassau....


Capt Cumpany D... 6th Florida


M1sIy Ann McCormirk,
wid Eli McCormick
Louisa A Webb, wid
of Samuel S Webh..
RT Davis..............
James P McAdams...
James Kelley.........
Thomas N Bembry..
AsherE Stevens......
Christian'a McClamma
wid of J McUlamma.
Annie L Macon, wid
of Arthnr Macon...
James L Kent.......
Hardy Riiner .......
Daniel N Hoyans ....
James J Brinson....
Ann E izabeth Nobles,
wid of J Nobles...
Patrick Madden .....
Daniel J Fogg......
John W Hall........
Frank S Holley......
J B Carter...........
M A Tanner, wid of T
R Tanner.'.........
JJ Marsh............
John M Collins.....
El z- M Smith,- wid of
J H S inih.........
John W Tnmpkin....
Emily J Hooker, wid
of J W Hooker.....
W W Best.........
Martha S Brown, wid
of Jhn R Brown...
Hannih. E Mills, wid
of Elbert Mills....
Nancy J Wallace, wid
of Thos J Wallace...
Solomon Smith ......
Cornelius Wingate...
John A Woodbuun....
Malachi Thomp-on....
L M Hieginfotham,
wid J Higgiubolham
V A Johnston, wid of
Edward Johnston...
Julia Sanders, wid of
Benjamin Sanders..
M C Wingate, wid of
John Wingate......
Joseph C Buford ....


O 8 Pteks.....
Ellis............
Giradeau ........
Sheffield ........
John Frink.....
Hamp Walker..

OF Pcek......

Hilton...... ..
John Frink...
T J Rawls.....
J M Martin....
J M Martin....

Vallandingham.
J D Hopkins ..
J H Counts....
John W Pierson
Bullock........
Fletcher ......

SMG Gary....
Mootey ........
L Siraighis ..

TJ Perry......
J W Ptarson..

Stewart........
B B Kirkland..

J H Counts....

J H Counts.

S M Garey....
S M Garey....
Felix Smmons.
B W Powell..
Company E....

Fred Clark....

Ram Atlanta...


Felix Simmons
JM Martin...


4th Florida
101h Fla lt'g
31 Florida
50th Ga
5 h Fla
3d Florida

4th B Fla V

1st Florida
5th Florida
4th Florida
Fla Art
Marion Arty

7th Florida
2d Florida
7,1 Florida
9th Florida
7th Florida
4th Florida

9th Florida
9 h Florida
6th So Car

Hixon's Bat
9th Florida

8th Florida
lAt So Car..

7th Florida

7th Florida

9th Florida
91h Florida
8th Florida
1st Florida
7th Georgia

2d Florida

C S Navy...

Marion it A

8th Florida
Light Art













County. Name of Pensioner.


Orange...... Nancy Shortridge, wid
of G Shortridge....
Nancy Harris, wid of
WH Harris ......
Charles A Roberson..
Caroline Hansell, wid
of M H Hansell....
Osceola..... Francis H Warren....
Pasco...... Lovey A Atkins, wid
of G W Atkins.....
Jackson J Page.......
Hardy S Do many....
John J Roeers........
Richard Ellis.........
Emma A Mobley, wid
of Byrd Mobley.....
J H Matthews........
FM Griffin..........
Caroline S Bradham..
wid of H Bradham..
K J Bradley........
Stephen S Carlton....
Martha Acree, wid ol
Samuel Acree....
Polk........ Joseph B Rogers...
Thomas J McMullen.
SB Arnold.........
Henry R Hill. ......
George W Griffin. ....
Martha E A Thomas,
wid of R Thomas..
SG Jones, wid of W
N Jones............
DA Lewis, wid of H
H Lewis...........
J F Darley...........
Rizan V Byant ......
Lydia Welch, wid of
of Bryant Welch....
William Slurgess.....
A E Williams, wid ol
H C Williams ...
Rebecca J Crum, wid
ofD G Crum.......
Eliz- A Y Liwis, wid
of James J LPwis...
Maty Isabella Parker,
Swid of John Parker.
Jula F Garrard, wid
of J A Garrdrd. ....
W J Browo.........
S tarvey J Goddard ...
Putram..... Wni Johnson ........


Name of Captiin of Regiment.
the Company.


Capt T W Langford 3d Floiida

Wm Campbell. -SoCar...
J C Stewart.... 1st Florida

Oliver Cook. .. 49th Florida
Company K.... 8th Florida


WT Saxon....
W H Dial......
H Stewart.....
A Morison......
B 0 Grenads...

John McNeill..
Williams ......
Leslie.........


3d Florida
4th Florida
21 Florida
Sim Ga Reg
10 Florida

9 h Florida
4 h Florida
4th Florida


J M Martin.... Lt Art
David Hughes.. 1st Fla Cav
H F ork..... 7th Florida


John Bryant....
P BBud......
PB Aird......
Wm Shtffield..
N S Blount....
John T Leslie..


1st Fla Res
10h Florida
10,h Florida
4th Florida
711 Florida
4th Florida


W T Saxon.... 3d Florida

G B Lang[ord.. 33 Florida


Fred Worth....
J D Wescott...
Arthur Roberts.


8th Florida
10th Florida
1st Florida


Asa Stewart... 9th Florida
G R Langloid 4th Fldrida

Company A.... 7th Florida

J W Whidden. 4th Florida

John Bryan.... 1st Fla Res

Wm Footman.. 1st Fla Cav

J C Chambers. 9th Ala
W D Bloxham. 5th Florida
Company K.... 1st Fla Cav
Summerlin .... 1st Florida













County. Name of Pensioner. Name o Captain of Regiment.
C y Ie of Pthe Company. I


Putnam...



S. Johns...











Sumter.....











Suwannce..
.


Eliza A Jerkinq, wid
of R W Jerkins....
C C Ashley ..........
Emily Vanse, wid of C
F Vanse.... ......
Peter Pelicer .........
Pastoral Lopez, wid of
Alonzo Lopez ....
Margaret Carrera, wid
of Gasper Carrera..
E M Lopez ..........
Josiah Robeits.......
Wm E Os'een........
Andrew J Roberts....
Andrea Plummer, wid
of J A Plummer....
Francis A Triay......
Albert Cubbedge.....
John Pope..........
James GWall........
M H Chapman, wid of
Giles P Chapman...
Laura A Williams, wid
f Irwin J Williams
Elizabeth A Fussell,
wid of W S Fussell.
Ellen H Mann, wid of
James A Mann.....
Littleton Hurst.......
J.D Ramsey...........
W J Suttnn..........
Robert H Cook.......
Zilpha Deas, wid of
Samuel M Deas.....
J hn C Overstreet....
Thomaa Kenady......
Robert R-id..........
Harriett Quiett,wid of
T P Quitt..........
Dlucilla Coward, wid
of Jno F Coward...
Elizabeth Turner, wid
of Rily D Turner..
Edward B Coats......
Clarian Heir, wid of
R Heir...........
Sarah Lee, wid of J
Lee ............
Jane Landing, wid of
Those P Landing...
E Fielding, wid of J
J Fielding.......


Capt A S Moseley...
A S Moseley..

A S Moseley..
Alex Moseley..

John L Phillips.

George Powers.
J L Phillips....
Jno M Pons....
'Jno L Phillips..
Jno M Pons ..

J A Pacetti....
E Maxwell.....
JB Oliver.....
AA Ochs......
Jno McNtil....

Chamberlain ..

J R Mizell.....

J R Mizell.....

AP Moody....
-F Langford....
Those Langford.
TJ Ltngford..
Josiah Wilson.

J Tucker......
H J Stewart...
C E LAli on..
R M O'Neal...

W P Pillows...

H all ............

Summer ......
Dials.........

N A Hull.....

W P Pillan...

Wescott.......

J S Wood......


7ih Florida
7th Florida

7ih Florida
2d Florida

3d Florida

10th Florida
3d Florida
8th Florida
3l Florida
8th Florida

8th Florida
31 Florida
3d Florida
11th Florida
9th Florida

2d Florida

7th Florida

7th Florida

Bird Batt
3d Florida.
3d Florida
3d Florida
33d Ala

8th Florida
2d Florida
6th Florida
29th Tenn

Md Florida

Ist Florida

3th Florida
Ith Florida

1st Florida

Md Florida

10th Florida

Md Florida













County.


Suwannee...

























Santa Roaa..





Tayl)r ......


Name of Captain of
the Company.


Regiment.


Capt Jno Frink..... 5th Florida


Name of Pers'oner.


Eliza C Fereuson, wid
of T Ferguson.....
Mary Vann, wid ofE
W Vann...........
W 0 Jackson.........
Mary H Lee, wid of
Geo H Lee........
Joseph S Hogans.....
Sarah A Adams,wid of
J L Adams.........
Martha E Osteen. wid
of Bennett D Osteen
Matthew Johns......
James M Foster.....
M C Burns .........
Martha Gill, wil of
John Gill.........
Martha Long, wiJ of
Jamer L ng.........
Alfred Oliver.........
Neloon J Johnson....
Harriet Roberts, wid
of Rtuben Roberts..
John R Scott.........
Matthias McCormick..
J M Ducker.........
J N 8 ephens........
Levi Starling.......
Hiram P Bnuh.. .....
Jas Franklin...........
Jarrett Bray..........
Nancy J Morrison, wid
of Mil s Morrison..
Sarah J Dixon, wid of
AB Dixon.........
SA English, wid of
B Englisn.........
Tiney Hogans........
E Young, wid of Thos
Young............
F M Engli-h, wid of
M J English........
Z O McLeod.......
Mar ha E Turner, wid
of F T Turner......
Mary A Faireloth, wid
of C Fairclo'h......
Wm C Lipscomb......
Clarissa L Bellamy,
wid of C B Bellamy
Geo W Odum........
Lot Townsend..........
Nathan L Hall.......


Company 'D"..
Modeau.........

J,H Tucker....
CF Coles......

Frink..........

Arthur Pob rt
J Q S'ewar. ..
JQ Stewart.....
R H Partridge

W Frink.......

Felix Simmons
Edwin West....
Cox..........

A A Stewart...
C A Byan.....
Jenkins Co"'E"
Skipp 'r.........
PP Shlffil d..
Turner........
Sewell.........
Jno Watkins.
J D Leigh......

Amos...........

Jesse Pitahett...

A J Lee........
Chas J JenkiUs

Beggs ..........

Beegs.........
J H Hunter....

J W Wescolt...

John Frink ....
S Parlamore..

AJLee.......
AJ Lee........
W ell..........
W H Edwards..


11th Florida
8th Ala

8th Florida
1st Fa Car

5 h Floriea

1st Fla Cay
101h Florida
10,h Florida
1st Florida

5th Florida

8th Florida
10th -Florida
Isit Fla Car

9th Florida
5tt Florida
1st Fla Batt
87th Ala
50th Georgia
DillsworthR
29 h Ala
1st Florida
1-t Florida

15th Batt.

Home G'rds

5th Florida
10 h Florida.

11th Florida

5th Flori a
26th Georgia

llth Florida

5th Florida
1st Fla Cav

Perry's Reg
5'h Florida
50th Georgia
4th Florida


-C-C---- '~"'--~-" ~-IL_-Y-L~-PI


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County.


Taylor ......


Volusia ...




Wakulla....


Walton......




















Washington


iName of1 ensioner.


N Sealy,wid FWSealy
G W Stanton ........
Cinderilla Goodwin,
wid of S Gocdwin..
W L Cromer.........
David L Wickham....
Jne R Glenn..........
Mitchell Jones. ......
William Jones.......
Edward C Stevens...
Robert R Pigott.........
H H Braswell........
Geo W Smith .......
SS Alligood........
T P Brannon.........
JW Stephens........
WJ Powell.........
W B McLeod ........
Daniel P McDonald..
Catherine Hicks, wid
of Adams Hicks.....
Uriah Woodham.....
Penina Truet, wid of
John Truet.......
Wm L Brown........
John Stafford........
J W Smith...........
J W Bell............
Wm M Miles........
Benjamin Langford...
Mary A Gomillian, wid
of A J Gomillian...
Tamer Lassiter, wid
of W B Lassiter....
Isaac Spence .......
Chas L McKinnon....
P P McDonald.......
James LVickers......
Henry Anderson ......
John W Taylor.......
N J Potter, wid of
W R F Potter......
C F Ausburn........
Wm L Riley.........
N J Palmer, wid of
D W Palmer......
Joseph F Wachob....
Emily C Dortch......
Nancy Lewis, wid of
C Lewis...........
Mary J White, wid of
John White.........
W T Jeffries.........


A B McLeod..
CL McKinnon.
A C Munroe...
A B McLeod..
Branan........
H B Grace.....
A B McLeod..


6th Florida

1st Florida
6th Ala Cav
1st Florida
33d Ala....
4th Florida


b ACurry....I4thFBFV


A B MeLeod..
AB McLeod...
* L McKinnon
S T Cawthon..
H B Frace.....
B Lasper......
D D McLean...

Adaway ..........
W Lane........
W T McCall...


1st Florida
1st Florida
1st Florida
6h Florida
6th Florida
4th Florida
11th Florida

61h Florida
4th Florida
53d Ala


Lane.......... 4th Florida
TE Clarke... 8th Florida
Wm Lane...... 4th Florida

A B McLeod...l1st Florida

A B McLeod.. 1st Florida
A M McMillan. 6th Florida


_r_ I
I __ I:


Name of Captain of Regiment.
the Company.

Capt Gardner ...... 3d Florida
Kinsey........ 33d Ala

Footman....... 1st Fla Cav
M A Knight..... 9th Florida
G R Langford.. 3d Florida
John Mizell.... 7th Florida
Company G.... 29th Georgia
J W Stevens.... 2d Florida
T S Means..... 1st Florida
D L Frierson... 3d Florida
8 A Spencer.... 5th Florida
Shine........... 11th Florida
W D Bloxman.. 5th Florida
Cooper ........ 33d Ala
M Kinney. .... 83d Ala
J F Brady .... 42d Georgia
A B McLeod.. 1st Florida
S A Cauthon... 6th Florida

A MoMillan... 6th Florida
W COates.... 15th Ala




















































































































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, DECEMBER 22, 1896.


532 27$55,154 86 $........ ....... ... $ ........ $.........
396 32 80 75 ...... ........
511 50 .. ..... ........ ...... ........

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1,517 24 .......... ......... ........ ................ .....
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$211,198 73
23,375 12
49,293 99
175,990 54
66,452 16
124,605 13
97,745 88
127,378 70
30,040 33
109,468 48
53,240 49
40,501 58
33.581 57
42,861 94
110,235 58
273,907 23
164,189 54
60,717 51
85,466 87
o80,1 15/.

180,131 14


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Holmes....... 214,955 11,575 257,483 13,558 271.0411 720
Jackson........ 526,646 91,088 870,638 155,847 1,026,4851 3,247
Jefferson....... 368,887 104.291 725,545 223,220 948,7651 2,153
LaFayette ..... 661.249 12,587 591,166 ......... 591,166 776
Lake.......... 560,418 13,705 1,156,470 549,220 1,705.690 1,032
Lee............ 1,486,378 1,143 940,272 186,365 1,126,637 259
Leon.......... 443,262 132,945 933,235 545,580 1;478,815 1,582
Levy........... 595,107 17,650 697,300 87,000 784,300 1,382
Liberty ...... 513,551 1,653 268,243 ........... 268,243 257
Madison........ 406,876 108,655 786,700 143,050 929,750 2,185
Manatee........ 789,196 4,813 1,008,450 24,050 1,032.500 681
Marion.......... 786,748 51,231 2,675,790 868,910 3.544,700 3,382
Monroe........ 10,814....... 50.990 2,026,400 2,077,390 270
Nassau ........ 378,119 4,708 365,819 745,367 1,111,186 753
Orange... ..... 672,413 21,522 1,337,095 1,001.590 2,338,685 1,494
Osceola......... 857,409 2,603 746,220 242,136 988,356 371
Pasco .......... 459,478 ,28 79,250 __ 65,600_ 44850 _885
Putnam........ 414,490 15,054 1,091,180 716,530 1,807.710 1,112
Polk............ 1,093,849 14,900 1,641,280 533,410 2,174,690 1,579
St. Johns....... 736,721 2,432 485,681 1,330,850 1,816,531 671
Santa Rosa. .... 703.947 3.579 317,840 232,390 550,230 970
Sumter ........ 326,982 17.502 874,150 45,831 919,981 1,035
Suwannee...... 397,139 50.165 567.190 175,795 742,985 2,062
Taylor.......... 371,527 7,990 331,260 4,660 335,920 483
Volusia ........ 691.553 910,740 760,650 1,671,390 1,196
Wakulla......... 378,905 15,565 243,094 4,746 247,840 548
Walton........ 572,441 10,082 639,788 163,015 802,803j 817
Washington.... 698,242 14,608 735,585 185.450 921,035' 866

Totals........ 25,128,282 986,967 $36,377,524 $24,985,695 $61,363,219 50,035


5,924 7,278
11,854 4,216
5,652 1,181
11,158 539
4,490 48
18,040 1
6,142 737
10,622 702
3,803 1,028
7,853 1,055
15,421 1,706
16,801 5,464
11 .......
7,377 2,505
10,376 15
32,861 1,228
6 727 521
7,935 .......
29,678 3,473
5,657 142
9,432 15,991'
10,532 1,597
8,959 711
9,548 416
11,532 1,005
5,262 567
7,939 20,948
9,660 10,279

445,7031107,423


7,707
18,015
9,776
6,131
S1,245
1,083
5,173
3,963
2,449
10,389
2,717
9,832

3;372
1.536
1,064
2,401

5,776
1.052
4,486|
4,349
7,113
6,966
2,701
4,184
7,856
8,240

206,567


79,287
232,422
157,545
99,390
59,605
86,256
128,630
109,060
37,075
149,320
92,610
229,275
13,775
103,242
99,950
114,366
62,285

229,665
55,311
121,517
106,824
146,535
69,954
101,110
49,004
125.478
112,890

$4,609,803


65,600 144,887
269,912 502,334
188,825 346,370
42,790 142,180
171,215 230,820
93,365 179,621
300,620 429,250
130.880 239,940
16,902 53,977
269,520 418,840
96,215 188.825
502,585 731,860
394,500 408,275
228,022 331,264
398.905 498,855
162,923 277,289
82,275 144,560
-- 282555 378,360
422,005 651,670
185,920 241,231
353,878 475,395
107,283 214,107
276,605 423,140
29,506 99,460
202,040 303,150
37,113 86,117
192,595 318,073
113,990 226,880

$11,456,519 $16,066,322























Name.


Quincy State Bank..........
The Bank of Tavares.......
The Bank of Pasco County..
Volusia County Bank........
Brevard County State Bank..
Indian River State Bank....
Leesburg & County State B'k
Union Bank of Key West....
State Bank of Ft. Meade....
Jefferson County State Bank.
Dade County State Bank.....
St. Petersburg State Bank...
Melbourne State Bank.......
Bank of Tarpon Springs.....
State Bank of Orlando. ...
State Bank of Florida.......
Capital City Bank.........
Bank of Madison ..........
Bank of Bay Biscayne......

SAVINGS BANK.


Location.







Quincy, Fla......
Tavares, Fla......
DadeCity, Fla...
DeLand, Fla.....
Cocoa, Fla.......
Titusville, Fla....
Leesburg, Fla....
Key West; Fla,...
Fort Meade, Fla..
Monticello, Fla...
Palm Beach, Fla.
St. Petersburg, Fla
Melbourne, Fla..
Tarpon Sp'gs, Fla
Orlando, Fla......
Jacksonville, Fla..
Tallahassee, Fla..
Madison, Fla......
Miami, Fla......
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15,000 001
15,000 001
50,000 00
25,000 00
25,000 001
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40,000 001
15,000 00
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15,000 00
20,000 00
25,000 00

50,000 00
50,000 00
20,000 00
15,000 00
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LIABILITIES, DECEMBER 22, 1896.

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1,300 00

2,500 00
4,000 00
2,200 00
4,500 00
800 00
4,000 00
900 00
1,565 30
151 43
450 00
500 00
2,500 00
200 00
5,013 43
t6o .f (o


1 The State Savings Bank..... Tallabassee, Fla.. 20,000 00.........


$12,276 83
891 20
1,331 64
32,537 95
4,972 84
2,380 06
267 16
8,304 06
1,795 37
6,790 43
2,045 46
2,003 67
1,577 28
2,950 51
6,155 26
i. aIoA 01


8,562 00N
1,139 28]


$. ......




5 00

667 00


.7,536 ...6 .. .
7,536 86 .......


$ 73,734 771
6,006 85
31,150 85
48,953 01
31,462 08
60,920 17
70,009 45
56,907 64
8,974 96
57,724 21
35,171 33
19,007 73
16,826'38
18,955 30
57,382 61
175,208 65
89,970 62
38,307 63
40,453 44
152,594 28

152,594 28


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532 27
396 32
511 50
,467 73
,517 24
,799 90
241 89
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142 94
94 00


371 03
625 93
,686 85

,064 106

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$55,154 86
80 75

1,700 00




3,470 00

350 00


11,005 78
150 00
13,156 92

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29 70

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23,375 12
49,293 99
175,990 54
66,452 16
124,605 13
97,745 88
127,378 70
30,040 33
109,468 48
53,240 49
40,501 58
33.581 57
42,861 94
110,235 58
273,907 23
164,189 54
60,717 51
85,466 87



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Statement of Banks Organized Under the Banking Laws of the State of Florida.

RESOURCES. DECEMBER 22, 1896.


Name.


1 Quincy State Bank.........
2 The Bank of Tayares.......
3 The Bank of Pasco County..
4 Volusia County Bank........
5 Brevard County State Bank.
6 Indian River State Bank....
9 Leesburg & County State B'k.
10 Union Bank of Key West...
11 State Bank of Fort Meade...
15 Jefferson County State Bank.
17 Dade County State Bank....
18 St. Petersburg State Bank...
19 Melbourne State Bank....
21 Bank of Tarpon Springs.....
22 State Bank of Orlando......
25 State Bank of Florida.......
26 Capital City Bank...........
27 Bank of Madison............
28 Bank of Bay Biscayne......

SAVINGSl BANK.


Location.


Quincy, Fla......
Tavares, Fla.....
Dade City, Fla...
DeLand. Fla.....
Z ocoa, Fla........
Titusyille, Fla....
Leesburg, Fla ....
Key West, Fla...
Fort Meade, Fla..
Monticello, Fla...
Palm Beach, Fla.
St. Petersburg....
Melbourne, Fla...
Tarpon Sp'gs, Fla.
Orlando, Fla.....
Jacksonyille, Fla.
Tallahassee, Fla.
Madison, Fla .....
Miami...........


Aug. 20, .1889.
Aug. 30, 1889.
Sept. 5, 1889.
Dec. 2, 1889.
Dec. 12, 1889.
Jan. 1. 1890.
Mch. 19. 1890.
April 19, 1890.
June 26, 1890.
Dec. 13, 1890.
Jan. 25, 1893.
April 1.7, 1893.
June28, 1893.
Sept. 29, 1893.
Oct. 27, 1893.
Feb. 2, 1895.
Mch. 29, 1895.
Sept. 30, 1895.
Aug. 10, 1896.


The State Savings Bank...... Tallahassee, Fla..lOct. 25, 1889.


!10
$t21,505 87
8,250 17
20,284 89
87,454 72
29.184 08
(3,252 73
50,630 89
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Statement from Assessment Rolls of 1896, showing the total valuation of Real and Personal Property, including Railroad
and Telegraph Lines, together with the Gross Amount of State and County Taxes Assessed, and Licenses collected
in each county; also amount of Auction Tax.


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Alachua............ 2,230,150
Baker............... 449,733
Bradford............ 860,137
Brevard... ......... 1,434,475
Calhoun............ 429,290
Citrus ............. 1,050,876
Clay ............... 852,358
Columbia.......... 902,965
Dade ............... 1,251,496
DeSoto. ...:........ 1,392,190
Duval ............. 6,301,160
Escambia .......... 3,050,640
Franklin .......... 614,755
Gadsden ........... 570,190
Hamilton............ 578,340
Hernando ......... 698,050
Hillsborough ........ 5,636,740


638,650
99,011
402,679
208,625
106,660
123,012
141,448
352,093
110,902
511,530
1,356,107
854,390
175,305
234,440
311,010
106.740
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$ 1,034,265 68
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463,117 00
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365,941 00
541,930 00
261,784 00
315,080 00
1,063,012 00
564,060 00
64,000 00
279,793 00
356,881 00
215,947 00
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4,039 00
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2,100 00
6,040 00
6,257 00
5,682 00
4,880 00
6,300 00
15,209 00
6,170 00
700 00
3,780 00
3,450 00
2,471 00
9,440 00


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538,050 00
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8,735,488 00
4,475,260 00
854,760 00
1,088,203 00
1,249,681 00
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14,684 201
2,740 54
6,489 73
8,996 71
2,020 85
5,702 70
5,126 39
6,771 55
6,116 23
8,377 16
32,713 53
16,708 60
3,206 43
4,080 68
4,686 36
3,842 10
30,626 60


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53 25
940 17
2,306 73
46 33
221 50
329 75
2,136 39
5,235 17
577 86
29,729 02
15,976 48
3,560 41
1,450 41
1,332 58
132 25
20,160 03


43,600 91
7,307 18
17,158 14
29,182 91
5,713 57
15,933 20
18,538 20
26,414 38
16,743 62
28,312 20
117,180 78
54,186 87
14,603 16
11,182 82
17,015 81
9,768 87
93,899 73