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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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Manufacturer: Tallahasseean Book and Job Print
Creation Date: 1898
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Numbering Peculiarities: Report year ending Dec. 31.
General Note: Description based on: 1897.
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ANNUAL REPORT


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COMPTROLLER

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STATE OF FLORIDA

FOR THE PERIOD

Beginning January 1, 1898, and ending December 31, 1898.







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Report of the Comptroller.


TRaASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE.
TALLAHASSEE) FLA., January 1, 1899.
HON. WILLIAM D. BLOXHAYI,
Governor of the State of Florida.
SIR-I have the honor to present herewith a report of the
financial condition of the State, and of the operations of this
office, for the fiscal year ending December 31st, 1898.-
REDUCTION OF TAXATION.
It affords me great pleasure to place on record the fact
that your immediate action upon the recommendation from
this office resulted in a reduction of one-half (1) mill from the
State tax rate for the year 1898, and the people of the State
were thereby relieved of the payment of many thousands of
dollars for State taxes. :This reduction was made in the levy
for State tax plropl"r under and in pursuance of the authority
-vested in'the Governor by the Act of 1897.
PAYMENT OF BORROWED MONEY.
In addition to the reduction of taxation, it has been possible
to retire obligations-of the State amounting to $75,000.00 by
taking up notes to that-'amount which 'were issued under
authority of 'an Act of the Legislature of 1891.
STATE BONDS.
The bonds issued by the State under the Act of 1871,
Chapter 1833, of the Laws of Florida, will become due and
payable on Janiairy 1st, 1901, and it will be'necessary for the
Legislature of 1899 to arrange for the payment thereof by
providing for the'issue and sale of State bonds, 'or otherwise.
SThere are' now outstanding, in the hands of individuals,
bonds'of 1871 to he' amount of $63,900.00, and the Educa-
tional 'Funds of the State hold' bonds of the same class
amounting to $203,800.00. The outstanding bonds in the
hands of individuals 'can be provided for'by the issue of new
bon, \i, or otherwise, a- the Legislature may direct, and the bonds










held by the Educational Funds of: the State m.ay 1,.- .lli.el
of separately by an Act authorizing the issue of manuscript
bonds at a fixed rate of interest to mature at such time as
the Legislature may deem best. The notes issued by the
State under the Act of 1891, and now held by tae School.
Fund, could be provided for in the same manner if so desired:
by the Legislature.
The State bonds issued ult0dr the Act of 1873, Chapter
1937, of the Laws of Florida,will'mature January 1st, 1903,.
and of that class of bonds there are now held by individuals
$260,600.00, and by the Educational Funds of the State-
$504,200.00.
The fact that the State of Florida has such a small bonded
debt will be a great factor in floating the new boids at a re-
duced rate of interest. This is shown by the present market.
price of the bonds of 1871 and 1873, which, although issued
to draw six and seven per cent. interest, respectively, are now
being sold at 'such prices that the purchaser can not
realize four per. cent. on the amount of money invested
therein. It would doubtless be well for the Legislature of
1899 to provide for both classes of these bonds.
Suitable provision should be made for destroying the bonds.
now held in the Sinking Fund, and consolidated manuscript
bonds should be issued for the bonds in the Educational Funds,
under an act similar to the act of 1885, Chapter 3564, of the
Laws of Florida.
The space in the vault in the State Treasurer's office is en-
tirely inadequate to, meet the present requirements, and the de-
struction of the bonds, .as above suggested, will largely relieve-
this condition and prevent the possibility of loss to the State-
from any cause. The manuscript bonds would occupy much.
less space, and be of value only to the Educational Funds.
TAX SALE CERTIFICATES.
The multiplicity of the provisions of existing laws.in rela-
tion to the redemption, sale.and cancellation of tax certificates-
leads to endless confusion on the part of those who have ap-
plications to present thereunder, and in many instances the ob-
jects and aims of the applicant are defeated for want of proper
information as to the meaning of the different laws. There is.
also a want of uniformity in the requiremefits of the different.
laws which results in an unequal distribution of the penalty
which attaches when land is sold for 'unpaid taxes. Certifi-
cates of sale of land for taxes assessed for the year 1877, and-
subsequent years, up to and including the year 1886, are held









by the State Treasurer subject to sale or redemption upon the
payment of the amount taxes'anid costs stated in the certifi-
-cate, with eight (8) per cent. interest per annum, together with
the taxes for each year subsequent to the year for which the lands
were sold, but if an application is made t6 redeem a tax cer-
tificate covering the taxes of 1887, it must be under the law
which provides that any.person may purchase any such tax cer-
tificate held by the State from the Treasurer, after two years
from the date of tax sale' by paying the amount of such cer-
tificate with twenty-five per cent. per annum additional; the
:applicant, although an owner, must become a purchaser, and
it is not difficult to discover that the latter law, when applied
to a certificate covering land sold for the taxes of 1887 is a
great hardship when the owner has paid all of'the subsequent
taxes, but if he has failed to do so and the land has not been
.sold for unpaid taxes of subsequent years, there is a loss of
revenue to the State and county. It would be well to extend
the provisions 'of the foi-rer law so as to cover the tax certifi-
-cates embracing all lhnd sold for unpaid taxes after four years
from date of tax sale; allowing the owner of the land the priv-
ilege of proving the payment of, subsequent taxes when paid.
The right of redemption, as it now exists, allows the owner
two years from the date of the tax sale in which to redeem
his land, and this privilege should be continued. There is a
provision of law for the cancellation of tax certificates
where lands have been. sold for unpaid taxes after
,the taxes thereon had been duly paid, or when the
land was not subject to taxation at the time of the
sale, upon proof thereof being made to the Clerk of the
Circuit Court, but this law is intended to apply in individual
cases, and could not be made operative for the purpose of can-
celing a large number of defective tax certificates which have
accumulated from year to year, and which should be disposed
of in some way, as they are nowN simply used as an excuse to
keep the land from the assessment roll.
Section 394, of the Revised Statutes of the State of Florida,
.should be amended so as to eliminate the provision for the
cancellation of tax certificates upon a determination by the
Comptroller that the sale of the land embraced therein was
"'illegal or improper." Such questions should be passed upon
by the Courts, and not by an administrative officer.
There is another provision of said Section which should be
eliminated, as it is covered by Section 396 Ib, and only that por-
tion should be retained which provides for the surrender of a tax
certificate upon such terms as may be deemed best to protect
The interest of the State, and do justice to the owner when- it










is shown "that the assessment was excessive," but this power
should be restricted to such cases as. are specifically recom-
mended by the Board of County Commissioners of the County
in which the land is located, and confined solely to a reduc-
tion of such portion of the valuation as may-be deemed to.
have been excessive at the time of the assessment. That por-
tion of Section 393 lb, which contains practically the same
provisions as Section 394 lb, should be repealed. In this.
connection I desire to call attention to the. large expenditure
of money by the State which has been made necessary by the-
assessment of lots in a number of so-called towns scattered
throughout the State, which have never had any existence ex-
cept upon paper, and are now largely owned by the State of
Florida under tax title, but are in many instances retained on
the assessment rolls notwithstanding the earnest efforts that
have been made to prevent further assessments of such prop-
erty. The law should be so amended as to prevent the as-
sessment of such so-called towns, except according to the U. S.
Survey, or by metes and bounds.
STATE BANKS.
SThe State Banking Laws now'in force are of comparatively
recent origin, as the oldest State Bank was organized August
20th, 18h9, less than ten years ago, but there has been a steady
growth and&improvement in the condition of the State Banks,
notwithstanding the long continued financial depression which
was felt so disastrously throughout the entire country, and,
while some of the banks were forced to retire from business
as a result of such financial depression, the existing State
Banks have been generally strengthened, and the decided in-
crease in the deposits during the past year, as shown by, the-
reports to December 31st, 1898, is a gratifying evidence of im-
proved conditions, and of the confidence of the people in State-
Banks.
In order to secure uniformity in the reports and examina-
tions of State Banks, all such banks, whether incorporated un-
der the general law, or by special Act of the Legislature, should
be required to report to this office, and be made subject to ex-
amination under similar conditions to those now contained in
the general banking law; and the provision of the law as to
compensation of the bank examiner should be so changed as
to provide that suitable compensation be paid by the State,.
and that the amount thereof should be refunded pro-rata ac-
cording to the capital stock of the.banks, examined by him.
Section 2191 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Flor-
ida should be so amended as to provide that a Receiver ap-











pointed by the court, and placed in charge of a State Bank,
shall make full report of the condition thereof to this office
whenever required, so that the records would show the action
taken by the Receiver down to the final termination of the
Receivership. As, the matter now stands, there is no infor-
mation furnished to this office after a bank has been placed in
the hands of a Receiver, and it is impossible to answer ques-
tions as to the amount paid depositors in any case. It is be-
lieved that the loss to depositors since the banking system was
first adopted has been comparatively small, and it would be of
great interest to be able to make an authoritative statement on
,this subject.
.Section 1294 Ib .does not provide for the disposition of un-
claimed deposits when a bank voluntarily liquidates, nor is
,there any provision ,therein for a final accounting by the qffi-
cials of a bank which goes into voluntary liquidation as pro-
vided by said section. These matters should be covered by
legislative action, so that the depositors will be fully protected.
During the year 1898, two banks decided to go into volun-
tary liquidation under Section 2194 of the Revised Statutes
of the State of Florida. Said banks are as follows:
The Union Bank of Key West, with a Capital Stock of
$50,000.00. This bank reports that on December 31st, 1898,
all depositors had been paid in full except two, having de-
posits aggregating $199.62, and that on that date the cash bal-
ance on hand amounted to $9,269.48.
The Bank of Tavares, with a Capital Stock of $15,000.00.
This bank reports that onf December 31st, 1898, all depositors
had been paid except about $50.00, of which amount about
one-half was deposited by one of the Directors of the bank,
and the balance by a man that the bank officials have not yet
been able to locate. Certificates of deposit are outstanding
amounting to $235.54, but the bank officials claim that they
hold as an offset against the holder of such certificates of de-
posit a claim amounting to $672.00.
On the 26th of December, 1898, The Bank of Tarpon
Springs, with a Capital Stock of $20,000.00, suspended pay-
ment, which the Cashier reports, was due to a run having been
made on the bank. Since that date and before the prepara-
tion of this report, the Bank of Tarpon Springs was placed in
the'hands of a Receiver by order of the Court, under Section
2192 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Florida. The re-
port of the Bank of Tarpon Springs to June 30th, 1898, shows
that the deposits in said bank, at that date, amounted to $21,-
828.26.












GUARANTEE OR SURETY COMPANIES.
The Amendment of Sectiop 13, of Article XVI, of the
State Constitution, as proposed by the Legislature of 1897,
which provides, among other things, as to the official bonds of
State, County and Municipal officers "that any duly authorized
and responsible Guarantee or Surety Company, either For-
eign or Domestic, lawfully doing business in this State, may
become and be accepted as surety on all such official bonds,"
was adopted at the- election held on November 8th, 1898, and
numerous inquiries were received as to whether or not this
new provision of the State Constitution was effective without
legislative action. After due consideration, it was deemed best
to present the matter to the Legislature for suitable legisla-
tion, defining the conditions under which a Guarantee or
Surety Company should be considered "responsible," and au-
thorizing any such Guarantee .or Surety Company to become
the sole surety on an official bond requiring two or more sure-
ties, together with such other provisions as the Legislature
might, in its wisdom, deem necessary to protect the interest
of the State, Counties and Municipalities. Such information
as has been, or can be, obtained in relation to Guarantee or
Surety Companies will be at the service of the Legislature.
EXAMINATION OF ACCOUNTS.
The Accountant appointed by you under the Act of 1897,
Chapter 4587, of the Laws of Florida, has been of great ser-
vice to this department, and has demonstrated the wisdom of
the Legislature in providing means by which you could em-
ploy competent accountant to examine the accounts of
county officials. The services of the Accountant have been
paid for by you out of the limited appropriation for Contingent
Expenses of State, which is subject to unusual demands to
meet important expenditures not otherwise provided for, and is
liable to be exhausted at any time to meet an emergency.
Such examinations are beneficial to the State and Counties, as
well as to the county' officials, who are materially aided by the
timely advice and instruction of the Accountant. This is es-
pecially true as to the numerous county officials who are elec-
ted or appointed from time to time to discharge duties that'
are entirely new, and for which they have had no previous
special training. Uniformity in the methods of conducting
the various county offices, especially in the matter of accounts,
can be secured, and results more satisfactory to the county
officials can be obtained through the work of the Accountant.












PENSIONS.
The Appropriations made by the last Legislature for Pen-
sions have been sufficient to meet the pensions allowed under
-the.law in force prior to the passage of the Act. of 1897, but
it has been impossible for the State Board of Pensions to
:-carry out the provision of that Act without depriving the pen-
sioners who were already on the roll, of the payment of the
,pensions allowed by law. The claims already presented under
the Act of 1897 would have been sufficient, if allowed, to ex-
haust the entire appropriation for pensions in a short time,
:and the pensioners, who have become accustomed to rely on
-the amount paid them by the State at the end of each quarter,
would have been subjected to great hardship. There are now
on file 1,281 applications for pensions under the Act of 1897,
and it is estimated that there will be about 500 additional ap-
plications filed within the present year if an adequate appro-
priation is made by the Legislature. To meet these claims, as
well as to pay the claims already allowed under previous Acts
-of the Legislature, an appropriation of about $265,000.00 will
be required. and to meet such an appropriation it will be neces
.sary to make an additionallevy of three and one quarter (3 1-4)
-mills on the aggregate value of all the taxable property of
the State.
Should the Legislature decide to pursue a different course,
and provide a separate tax to meet all the pension claims, the
.act providing for such levy should contain a provision appro-
priating the amount so levied for the payment of pensions,
and authorizing the Comptroller to draw warrants on the State
Treasury payable therefrom.
The half mill tax levied for pensions being insufficient to cover
the amount appropriated for pensions, a large portion of the
warrants drawn on that account were necessarily paid out of
General Revenue.
Section 4, of Article IX, of the State Constitution, provides
that "No money shall be drawn from the Treasury except in
pursuance of appropriations made by law," and the issue of
warrants for pensions was governed solely by the appropria-
tions made by the Legislature for that purpose.
DEFICIENCY IN APPROPRIATION.
The estimate made by my predecessor for Jurors and Wit-
nesses for the two years ending June 80th, 1899, was $120,-
4000.00, and the amount appropriated by the Legislature was
$100,000.00, which was $20,000.00 less than the amount











These statements are believed to be sufficiently comprehen-
sive to meet ordinary requirements, but should more detailed
information be desired, it will afford me great pleasure to fur-
naish the same at any time.
Yours very respectfully,
W. H. REYNOLDS,
Comptroller.



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.
Aggregate balance in State
STreasury, January 1st, 1898,
as per last report............ 204,014 79
Receipts at the Treksury for fhe
year' ending December 31st,
1898..... ............... 884,147 19-$1,088.161 98
Disbursements at the Treasury
for the year ending December
31st, 1898............... .770,789 92


Cash balance in Treasuary Janu-
ary 1st, 1899................
This balance is distributed among
the different Funds as follows:
-General Revenue, applicable to
current expenses, including in-
terest on State debt". ....... .$214,839
*General School 1 Mill Tax..:.. 8,803
State Board of Health .......... '2,219
Pension Tax ............. ... 12,683
Common School Fund, Principal. 60,805
-Seminary Fund, Principal .. .. 156
Common School Fund, Interest. 17,319
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1873. .. 507
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1871... 36


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NOTE.-The above statement of receipts and disbursements
does not include funds held by the State Treasurer as Ex-
*Officio Treasurer of the Agricultural College, Experiment
Station and Morrill Funds, which are expended by him upon
-orders issued under special provisions of law, and not on
Warrants drawn by the Comptroller. Accounts of such
Funds are not kept in this office, but detailed statements
thereof are published in the report of the State Treasurer.

















Location


Quincy State Bank........................
The Bank of Pasco County ................
Volusia County Bank.-....... ......... ..
Brevard County State Bank ...............
Indian River State Bank.... ...........
Leesburg and County State Bank .... ......
State Bank of Fort Meade............ ...
Jefferson County State Bank ..............
Dade County State Bank .................
St. Petersburg State Bank .................
Melbourne State Bank ............... ....
State Bank of Orlando ....................
State Bank of Florida ....................
Capital City Bank. ...................... .
Bank of Madison.. .....................
Bank of Bay Biscayne....................

SAVINGS BANK.


The State Savings Bank .................... l':l.i!,...-.


STATE BANKS INCORPORATED UNDiER
SPECIAL ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE.

Citizens Bank and Trust Co................
East Florida.Savings and Trust C'o.........
Commercial Bank.................... ....
Southern Savings and Trust Co.............


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Dade City...
DeLa'id.....
Cocoa ......
Titus'ille ....
Leesbhurg...
Fort ,leatlo..
MontiePllo. .
Palm \ Beach.
St. Petersburi
Melblcprne .
Oilanlo....
.racksonville .
Tallalas.ee .
Madison ....
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Palat a .....
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3,000 00 57,40 0,9
10,000 00 114,680 35
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Name


1 Quincy State Bank......
3 The Bank of Pasco Couni
4 Volusia County Bank...
5 Brevard County State Bar
( Indian River State Bank.
9 Leesburg and County Sta
11 State Bank of Fort Mead(
1 5 Jefferson County State I
17 Dade County State Bank
18 St. Petersburg State Bani
1I Melbourne State Bank..
22 State Bank of Orlando..
25 State Bank of Florida. .
2(i Capital City Bank .......
27 Bank of Madison.......
28 Bank of Bay Biscayne..

SAVINGS B

1 The State Savings Bank.

STATE BANKS INCORPORATE
SPECIAL ACTS O

Citizens Bink and Trust (
East Flor ,a Savings and
Cornmerci'l Bank .....
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S9,807 50 $
1,86( 10
1,280 15
887 20
443 30
2,889 00
129 65

1,128 50
535 85
2,007 69
1,618 04


5,533 17
2,759 77
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,463 35 21,852 00 42,996 00 484,937 84
184 19 11,091 00 20,193 00 191,234 09
100 00 5,066 76 28.403 00 294,162 19
22 6 2,876 75 14,947 001 224,4-,-' 17
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91 55
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52,701 95
148,254 70
741,54 88
116,394 29
98,261 26
25,489 85
104,960 (05
55,439 71
46,712 33
57,480 09
114,680 35
289,731 12
165,497 66
74,254 12
125,398 08
l) 07,~o9 81


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272 59 2,449 52 1,449 01 .......... .......... 341 50
1,021 49 6,849 95 1,169 39 1. 81 ...
12,702 16 4,912 39 1,828 54 7,046 631.
.. ... .15,000 00 8,100.00 6,630 82 ... .. .......... 4
)00 00 .. 10,288 00, 4,395 77 83 ,56 ... .
...... 2,134 03 .. ......... 548 40 2,620 671 ..........
783 63 2,725 43 1,875 O0 .......... 306 25 ..
0 00 6 8 a...........


67 67. .......... ............ o 00 1,079 86 ..















3,480 26 15,272 141 419 42 4,490 89 ..........
181 541$ 81,094 82 $ 184,965 22,610 2 8 39,909 51 1,999 25J
a5i o

0 _- __ C

)00 00........... 2,221 02 2,619 45 $ 1,185 04.........
100 mi s' 1,900 00 1,150 00......... ............1 135 35
.. 545 001 50,137 29 225 91 1,777 00 3 25
)31 62 1,650 99! 15,267 91 300 00 1,553 421.......
)00 00 2,138 06i 8,967 18........... .. 125 00 ..........
1,275 501 -1,413 57 168 27| 402 67|.........
0 1,400 90' 2,428 27 1,539 06.........j 7 75
240 01 2,578 93J ",227 22 124 98 ...........1,153 55 ..








786 02 2,023 93| 2,400 00 2,322 02 11 d26 357 85
272 59 2,449 52 1,449 01 ..................... 341 50
1,021 49 6,849 95 1,169 39 181 81.
12,702 16 4,912 39 1,828 54 7,046 63. .. .....
15,000 00 8,100.00 6,630 82.....................4
)00 00 10,238 00 4,395 771 83 656i...........
. I .... 2,134 03 ..... .. ......548 401 2,620 671.......... ..
783 63 2,725 43 1,875 0(0............ 306 25.







22,500 00 6,218 19.......... ..2,887 30.........


767 67.. .................... 90 00| 1,079 86.........
3,480 26 15,272 14 419 42 4,490 89.. .. ......
5,5569 52 43,13 81 228 16,158 15..........
181 541$ 81,094 82$_ 184,265 ".-i> 22,610 24$ 39,909 51$ 1,999 25$































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0 TIlE LEGISLATURE.

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Location.


Q uincy ..............
Dade City...........
DeLand .............
Cocoa..............
Titusville...........
Leesburg ............
Fort IMeade..........
Monticello ...........
Palm Beach .........
St. Petersburg .......
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Orlando...........
Jacksonville .........
Tallahassee..........
Madison.............
M iam i ........ ......


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60,000 'i11
15,000 00
50,000 00
25,000 00
25,000 00
25,000 00
15,000 00
40.000 00
15,000 (10
15,000 00
15.000 00
25,000 00
50,000 00
5w",00 00
20,000 00
25,000 00
07 0, t-0


20,000 00


12,000 ,( s
1,000 00

3,125 00..
500 00
2.200 00
901) 00
6,000 0o
1,0() 00
1,325 05 ..
250 00

3,000 00
6,000 00.
850 001
1,000 00
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Tampa... 100,000 00 30,000 0O
Palatka ............. 20,000 00 10,000 00
Jacksonville ......... 50,000 00i ..........
Jacksonville ......... 50,000 00 ...
0,000 0ooo0 84,20
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GENERAL REVENUE.
RECEIPTS.
1898.
Balance January 1st, 1898 ................. 160,659' 98
General License Tax.......... ............ 154,555 57
Insurance Company Premium Tax............. 18,491 37
Insurance Company License Tax...... ...... .. 16,250 00(
Insurance Agents License Tax................ 9,610 00
Southern Express Company License Tax....... 2,500 00,
Taxes of 1898................ ............. 3,093 76
Taxes of 1897 ............ ............ 291,603 07
Taxes 1896........................... .... 9,854 23.
Auction Tax ..................... ......... 454 63.
Sleeping Car Tax ....................... .. 300 00
Tax Certificates Transferred in 1898............ 9,549 08
Interest and Expenses Tax Certificates. .... ... 28,212 78
Interests on Deposits in 1898................. 3,772 13
Tax on Commissions..................... .. 1,441 00O
Corporation Charter Tax.... ................... 3,199 00,
Revised Statutes sold ......................... 120 00.
Acts of Legislature sold ...................... 59 00
One Lounge sold ........................... 4 00
Copies State Constitution sold ................. 1 02
Hire of State Convicts ....................... 17,145 99,
Department of Agriculture .................... 6,336 78
D direct Tax................................ 904 71
Indebtedness of C. B. Collins, ex-Treasurer..... 6,715 04
Freight refunded ... .... .... ... ....... 79
Expenses State Troops refunded.............. 3 15.
Maintenance of Lunatics refunded............. 113 85
Transportation Insane Patients................ 65 33:
Asylum Pay Patients........................ 685 00-
Refunded from Asylum Buildings............. 121 26,
Transferred from Pension Tax............... 30,264 11

'776,086 63,
*DISBURSEMENTS.
1898.
Salaries Executive Department................. $16,250 00,
Salaries Judicial Department ............ ...... 39,100 00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Departments .... 1'6,800 00>
Expensies and Salaries Railroad Commission..... 10,155 831
Salary State Chemist ............ ........ 2,000 00W
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices....... 1,500 00);.











*Salary Adjutant-General............ ....... 1,000 00
Fer Diem Clerk Supreme Court, Section 1321 R. S. 939 00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court............... 300 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and Inspector
Fertilizer ............. .................. 1.200 00
W atchman at Capitol ......................... 600 00
Janitor at Capitol....................... ...... ::-00 0.0
Janitor Suipreme Court...................... 3 0 00
Contingent Expenses of State................. 2,995 17
Contingent Expensesof Capitol............... 1.501 59
Contingent Expenses Supreme Court............ 1,674 93
Stationery Executive and Legislative Departments. 737 09
Expenses Circuit Judges on Supreme Bench...... 59 67
Expenses Circuit Judges on other Circuits........ 23 65
'Costs adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.... SO 63
Maintenance of Lunatics ....................... 56,313 103
-Electric Light Plant Insane Asylum............ 2,482 00
Institute Blind, Deaf and Dumb.'......... ..... 9,673 73
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists.......... ....... 16,836 65
Printing ................................ 7,651 31
1Printing Agricultural Department ............. 478 16
Purchase Books Supreme Court Library......... 499 95
Printing Supreme Court Reports......... ...... 776 08
Postage, Seeds, etc., Agricultural Department..... 526 48
Chemicals and Apparatus for State Chemist..... 410 39
Lists State and U. S Lands for Tax Assessors.... 60 00
:Expenses Florida State Troops...... ........ 4,059 07
Encampment Florida State Troops.............. 8,000 00
Rewards for Fugitives from Justice ............. 1,257 45
Distribution from Hire of Convicts.............. 16,263 62
Expenses Normal Schools.................... 7,180 44
Appropriation South Florida Military and Educa-
tional Institute.............. ........... 9,233 92
Appropriation Agiicultural College: .............. 1,200 00
Expenses Tea:hliei-. Sumiiumer Schools:. ........... 3,000 00
Appropriation for West Florida Seminary ........ 2,000 00
Appropriation for East Florida Seminary.......... 2,500 00
Interest on Loan ................. ........... 9,791 67
Confederate Soldiers' Home .................... 817 90
Purchase Site for Reformatory School........... 1,065 22
Criminal Prosecutions for 1893 .................. 1. 53
-Census of 1895 .......................... .... 188 88
Revenue Refunded ........................... 80 66
Interest on Bonded Debt of State............... 64,156 00
iPa3 ment Borrowed Money and Interest.......... 75,104,17










Expenses Collection of Revenue ................ 53.560 04
Pensions .................. ................. 60,190 99
Jurors and Witnesses ..................... ... 47,131 38
Insurance on State Building 1 ................ . 1,238 80
Balance in State Treasury January lst,,1899.... .214,839 55

$776,086 63


BONDED DEBT OF STATE.
BoNDs OF 1871.


Seven per cent. bonds of 1871, in-
terest payable annually on Janu-
ary 1st...................... $350,000
Deduct bonds in Sinking Fund... 82,300
Deduct bonds in School, Seminary
and Agricultural College ,Funds

Outstanding 7 per cent. bonds....
'BONDS OF 1873.


00
00-$267,700 CO

203,100 00

$63,900 00


Six per cent. bonds of 1873, inter-
est payable semi-annually, Janu-
ary and July .................. $925,1;0:, 00
Deduct bonds in Sinking Fund... 160,200 00-*764,800 00
Deduct bonds in School, Seminary
and Agricultural College Funds. 504,200 00

Outstanding 6 per cent. bonds.... $260,600 00
Total seven and six per cent. bonds
outstanding in hands of individ-
uals............. ........ ,.;24,.'0 00
The bonds held in 'the Sinking
Funds which can be canceled
and destroyed when so directed
by the Legislature are.........
S ven per cent. bonds of 1871 .... $ 82,300 O10
Six per cent. bonds of 1873 ...... 160,M00 00--242 500 00
The bonds held by. State Educa-
tional Funds to be provided for
separately in such manner as the
Legislature may desire are .....
Seven per cent. bonds of 1871.... 213,800 00
Six per cent. bonds of 1873...... 504,200 00-$708,0O0 00











The bonds outstanding in the hands
of individuals amount to three
hundred and twenty-four thous-
and five hundred dollars, as fol-
lows.....................
Seyen per cent. bonds of 1871.... $ 63,900 00
Six per cent. bonds of 1873...... 260,600 00-$324,500 00
In addition to the bonded debt above stated the State of
Florida borrowed two hundred thousand dollars under Acts
of the Legislature passed in 1889 and 1891, and notes bearing
interest at the rate of, five per cent, per annum were issued
therefore. During the year 1898 notes to the amount of sev-
enty-five thousand dollars have been paid and canceled, and
the balance of the notes, amounting to one hundred and twen-
ty-five thousand dollars'are now held by State Funds.


WARRANTS ISSUED DURING TIE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31ST, 1898.
EXPENSES EXECUTIVE OE ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT.
Salaries Governor and Administra-
tive Officers.................... $16,250 00
Salaries Clerks.................. 16,800 00
Postatage, Seeds and Stationery
Agriculture Department........ 526 48
Janitor at Capitol.................. 300 00
Watchman at Capitol ............ 600 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol.... 1,501 59
Contingent Expenses of State...... 2,995 17
Printing, Agricultural Department.. 478 16
Stationery for Legislative and Exec-
utive Departments ............. 737 09-$ 40,188:49
EXPENSES JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
Salaries Judicial Department ..... $39,100 00
Jurors and Witnesses..... .... .. 47,131 38 ,
Clerk for Supreme Court, Justices.. 1.500 00
Contingent Expenses of Supreme
Court....................... 1,674 93
Purchase of Books for Supreme
Court Library................. 499 95
Printing Supreme Court Reports... 776 08
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting on
Supreme Bench ................ 59 67










Rewards for and Arrest of Fugitives
from Justice .................. 1,257 45
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in
other Circuits.................. 23 65
Clerk Supreme Court as Librarian.. 300 00
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem.... 939 00
Janitor Supreme Court............ 300 00-$ 93,562 11
EXPENSES, ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
Commissions to Assessors and Col-
lectors, including Commission on
Land Sold to State and Cost of
Tax Certificates ................55,152 64
Lists of State and United States
Land Entries.......... ....... 60 00
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists..... 16,756 65-$ 71,969 29
EXPENSES FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.
Salary of Adjutant General........ 1,000 00
Contingent Expenses State Troops,
including allowances to Compa-
nies, etc...................... 4,092 07
Encampment State Troops........ 8,000 00-$ 13,092 07
MAINTENANCE OF LUNATICS.
General Expenses........ :....... $55,867 77
Electric Light Plant.............. 2,800 00-$ 58,667 77
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute.... $ 9,673 73
East Florida Seminary ............ 2,500 00
West Florida Seminary........... 2,000 00
Seminary Fund, Interest divided
equally between East and West
Florida Seminaries............. 5,867 00
State Normal Institute at DeFuniak
Springs ..................... 5,347 82
Agricultural College, Current Ex-
penses.......... .............. 1,200 .00
Normal School (Colored) Tallahassee 1,832 62
State Reform School, Purchase
Grounds ...................... 1,065 22
South Florida Military and Educa-
tional Institute ................. 9,233 92
Expenses Teachers' Summer Schools. 3,000 00











Common School Fund, Interest, Dis-
tribution to Counties............. 36,739 00
One mill-State School Tax, two Dis-
tributions to Counties........... 90,315 55-$168,774 86
STATE CHEMIST AND LABORATORY.


Salary of State Chemist... ........ 2,000 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and
Inspector of Fertilizer......... 1,200 00
Chemicals and Apparatus.......... 399 97-$
MISCELLANEOUS.


Pensions... ....................
State Board of Health............
Salaries and Expenses Railroad
Commissioners .. .... ... .
Costs Adjudged Against the State
in Civil Cases..................
Insurance on State Buildings, Includ-
ing Buildings at Asylum and State
Capitol....................
Census of 1895...................
Confederate Soldiers' Home.......
Interest on Loan .................
Payment of Borrowed Money.... .
Distribution of Proceeds from Hire
of State Convicts ..............
Revenue Refunded ..............
General Printing and Avertising...


3,599 97"


60,331 62
30,479 10

10,154 83

80 63


1,238 80
188 88
817 90
9,791 67
75,104 17

16,451 91
80 66
7,704 64-$212,424 81

8662,279 37


RECAPITULATION OF WARRANTS ISSUED IN 1898.
Administrative Department ...... $ 40,188 49
Expenses Judicial Department.... 93,562 11
Expenses Assessment and Collec-
tion of Revenue.............. 71,969 29
Expenses Florida State Troops, in-
cluding Encampment.......... 13,092 07
Maintenance of Lunatics......... 58,667 77
Educational Institutions.... ... 168,774 86
State Chemist Department....... 3,599 97
Miscellaneous ................. 212,424 81-$662,279 37











ESTIMATED APPROPRIATIONS
!Jecessary for the current expenses of the State Government
from July 1st, to December 31st, A: D.' 1899, and for the
expenses of the Legislature which convenes in April 1899.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
"Salaries of Governor and Administrative Officers.$ 7,750 00
;Salaries Clerks Administrative Department ...... 8,400 00
-Contingent Expenses of Capitol ............... 1,500 00
,Contingent Expenses of State................. 1,500 00
Watchman at Capitol......................... 300 00
.Janitor at Capitol........................... 150 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural De-
partm ent .............. ....... .... .... 300 00
IPrinting, Agricultural Department ............ 250 00
.Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depart-
ments ................................... 500 00
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
zSalaries Justices of Supreme Court, Circuit Judges
and State Attorneys ....................... 19,550 00
Jurors and Witnesses before the Grand Jury.... 55,000 00
-Clerk .npIi.r.-ni Court as Librarian, under Section
1321, R. S............ .................. 150 00
'Clerk. Supreme Court, per diem under Section
S1321;, R.: S........................... 471 00
-Janitor Supreme Court ...................... 150 00
Salary of Clerk to Supreme Court Judges ...... 750 00
-Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court.. ..... 750 00
.Purchase of books for Supreme Court Library... 250 00
For purchase of Werricke System of book-shelves
for Supreme Court Library...............: 1,600 00
.Printing Supreme Court Reports.............. 1,000 00
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme
Bench ................................... 150 00
-Costs Adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.. 50 00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting in other Circuits. 50 00
EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
uCommissions to Assessors and Collectors, including
commission on land sold to State and cost of
Tax Certificates .......................... 30,000 00
]lists of State and United States Land Entries for
use of Assessors .......................... 50 (0











LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT.
Expenses Legislature of 1899, on basis of session
. of'1897 ............... ................ 71,500 00
PENSIONS.
Based on the pensions allowed under Acts of the
Legislature in force prior to the passage of the
Act of 1897....... ................... 32,500 00,
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute .............. 5,000 00
Contingent Expenses Superintendent of Public In-
struction, payable from interest on Common
School Fund.. .......................... 250 00
Clerk Superintendent Public Instruction, payable
from interest on Common School Fund....... 450 00
Stenographer and Type-writer for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, payable from interest on
Common School Fund ........ ............ 300 00
Under this head the Legislature of 1897 made appropria--
tions for the following Educational Institutions, payable out.
of General Revenue.
East Florida Seminary.
West Florida Seminary.
State Normal and Industrial College'at DeFuniak.
Florida Agricultural College.
Normal School (Colored) at Tallahassee.
South Florida Military and Educational Institute.
For amounts appropriated for the above institutions by the-
last Legislature see Chapters 4518 and 4568 of the Laws
of'Florida.
FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.
Expenses State Troops.....................$ 2,000 00
Salary Adjutant-General ..................... 500 00
STATE CHEMIST, LABORATORY AND INSPECTION OF FERTIL-
IZERS.
Salary State Chermist ........................$ 1,000 00(
Chemicals and apparatus for Laboratory of State
Chemist...................... ...... .4.. 400 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and' Inspector of
Fertilizers .................. .. ........... 600 0(0











MISCELLANEOUS.
M maintenance of Lunatics ....... 8......... :... 30,000 00
,General Printing and Advertising............. 5,000 00
-Rewards for and Expenses of Arrest of Fugitives
from Justice.:.-. ................ ... .... 1,000 00
Insurance on State Buildings, including buildings
at State Insane Asylurr,and Capitol.... ..... 1,000 00
Salaries and.Expenses,of Railroad Commissioners 7,500 00
Refitting and furnishing chairs and Napier Mat-
ting for Senate Chamber and Hall of House of
Representatives, and other repairs... ....... 800 00
!ESTIMATED EXPENDITlRES OUT OF GENERAL REVENUE UN-
DER EXISTING STANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LAST
six MONTHS OF 1899.
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1673,. payable by
the State Treasurer on Coupons. .......... $ 40,000 00
Interest on Loan under Act of 1891............. 3,125 00
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists under Section 50
of Chapter 4322, Laws of Florida............ 13,000 00
'Confederate Soldiers Home .... .............. 450 00
ITEMS NOT CHARGEABLE TO GENERAL REVENUE FOR WHICH
WARRANTS ARE ISSUED.
State Board of Health, j Mill Tax.
State One Mill School Tax, distributed to the several
-counties.
Interest on Bonds in Common School Fund which is dis-
tributed to the different counties.
Interest on Bonds in Seminary Fund which is divided be-
tween East and West Florida Seminaries.
The proceeds of the hire of State Convicts,-which is distrib-
uted to the several counties.
For annual amount of each of these items see Warrants
-issued in 1897 and 1898.


ESTIMATED APPROPRIATIONS
:Necessary for the current expenses of the State Goveinment
for the year 1900.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
:Salaries of Governor and Administrative Officers..$ 15,500 00
SalariesClerks, AdministrativeDepartment..... 16,800 00
*Contingent Expenses of Capitol ............... 3,000 00










ContingentlExpenses of State................ 3,000 00C
W atchman at Capitol........................ 60 0 00
Janitor at Capitol ...... ... .............. 300 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural De-
partm ent ....................... .......... 600 00
Printing, Agricultural Department............ 500 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depart-
ments........... .. ............ ............. 1,000 00.
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
Salaries of Justices of Supreme Court, Circuit
Judges and State Attorneys................ 39,100 00'
Jurors and Witnesses before the Grand Jury.... 70,000 00-
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian, under Section
1321, of the Revised Statutes of Florida ...... 300 00
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem, under Section
1321, of the Revised Statutes of Florida...... 942 00'
Janitor Supreme Court..................... 300 00,
Salary Clerk to Supreme Court Judges......... 1,500 00
Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court........ 1,500 00'
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library.... 500 00
Printing Supreme Court Reports..... ........ 2,000 00
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme
Bench ............. ...................... 300 000
Costs adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.. 100 00
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting in other
Circuits ................... .............. 100 00.
EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
Commissions to Assessors and Collectors, including
commission on land sold to State and cost of
Tax Certificates.. ....................... 60,000 00'
Lists of State and United States Land Entries for
use of Assessors .......................... .. 500 00,
PENSIONS.
Based on the Pensions allowed under Acts of the
Legislature in force prior to the passage of the
Act of 1897................ .............. 65,000 00'
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute.............. 10,000 00-
Contingent Expenses Superintendent of Public
Instruction, payable from Interest on Common
School Fund ............................. 500 00'










Clerk Superintendent of Public Instruction, paya-
ble from Interest on Common School Fund.... 900 00
Stenographer and Type-writer for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, payable from Interest on
Common School Fund...................... 600 00
Under this head the Legislature of 1897 made Appropria-
tions for the following Educational Institutions, payable out
of General Revenue:
East Florida Seminary.
West Florida Seminary.
State Normal Institute at DeFuniak.
Florida Agricultural College.
Normal College (colored) at Tallahassee.
South Florida Military and Educational Institute.
For amounts appropriated for the above Institutions by
the last Legislature, see Chapters 4518 and 4568 of the Laws
of Florida.
FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.
Expenses Florida State Troops................. $ 4,000 00
Encampment State Troops .................... 8,000 00
Salary Adjutant-General ...................... 1,000 00
STATE CHEMIST, LABORATORY AND INSPECTION OF FERTIL-
IZERS.
Salary State Chemist.............. ......... 2,000 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for Laboratory of State
Chem ist .................................. 800 00
Salary of Assistant State Chemist and Inspector
of Fertilizers .............................. 1,200 00
MISCELLANEOUS.
Maintenance of Lunatics ..................... 60,000 00
General Printing and Advertising .............. 10,000 00
Rewards for, and Expenses of Arrest of Fugitives
from Justice ............................ 2,000 00
Salaries and Expenses of Railroad Commissioners 15,000 00
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES OUT OF GENERAL REVENUE UNDER
EXISTING STANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1900:
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable by
State Treasurer on Coupons..... ........$ 80,000 00
Interest on Loan under Act of 1891............ 6,250 00
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists under Section 50,
of Chapter 4322, Laws of Florida............. 16,000 00
Confederate Soldier's Home ................... 900 00











ITEMS NOT CHARGEABLE TO GENERAL REVENUE FOR WHICH
WARRANTS ARE ISSUED.
Special Tax for State Board of Health, j Mill Tax.
State One Mill School Tax, distributed to the several
counties.
Interest on Bonds in Common School Fund which is distrib-
uted to the different counties.
Interest on Bonds in Seminary Fund, which is divided be-
tween East and West Florida Seminaries.
The proceeds of the hire of State Convicts, which is distrib-
uted to the different counties.
For annual amount of each of these items see Warrants
issued in 1897 and 1898.



ESTIMATED APPROPRIATIONS

Necessary for the current expenses of the State Government
from January 1st, to June 30th, 1901.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
Salaries of Governor and Administrative Officers. 7,750 00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department..... 8,400 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol. .............. 1,500 00
Contingent Expenses of State................. 1,500 00
W atchman at Capitol............... ......... 300 00
Janitor at Capitol ........................'... 150 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural De-
partment ..................... ...... 300 00
Printing, Agricultural Department .............. 250 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depart-
m ents ........................ ........... 500 00
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
Salaries Justices of Supreme Court, Circuit Judges
and State Attorneys .... .................. 19,550 00
Jurors and Witnesses before the Grand Jury.... 35,000 00
Clerk Supreme Court, as Librarian, under Section
1321, R. S ................................ 150 00
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem, under Section
1321, R. S ........... ................... 471 00
Janitor Supreme Court ....................... 150 00
Salary of Clerk to Supreme Court Judges....... 750 00










Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court........ 750 00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library.. 250 00
Printing Supreme Court Reports.............. 1,000 00
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting on Supreme
Bench ........................... ........ 150 00
Costs adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.. 50 00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting in other Circuits. 50 00
EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
Commissions to Assessors and Collectors, including
commission on land sold to State and cost of
Tax Certificates .......................... 30,000 00
Lists of State and United States Land Entries
for use of Assessors ........................ 250 00
PENSIONS
Based on the Pensions allowed under Acts of the
Legislature in force prior to the passage of the
Act of 1897 ............................. 32,500 00
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute ............... 5,000 00
Contingent Expenses Superintendent of Public
Instruction, payable from Interest on Common
School Fund ............................ 250 00
Clerk Superintendent of Public Instruction, paya-
ble from Interest on Common School Fund... 450 00
Stenographer and Type-writer for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, payable from Interest on
Common School. Fund ..................... 300 00
Under this head the Legislature of 1897 made appropria-
tions for the following Educational Institutions, payable out of
General Revenue:
East Florida Seminary.
West Florida Seminary.
State Normal Institute at DeFuniak.
Florida Agricultural College.
Normal School (Colored) at Tallahassee.
South Florida Military and Educational Institute at Bartow.
For amounts appropriated for the above Institutions by the
last Legislature, see Chapters 4518 and 4568 of the Laws of
Florida.
FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.
Expenses State Troops ...................... 2,000 00
Encampment State Troops................... 8,000 00
Salary Adjutant-General ..................... 500 00











STATE CHEMIST, LABORATORY AND INFECTION OF FERTILIZERS.
Salary State Chemist ...................... 1,000 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for Laboratory of State
Chemist..... ............................ 400 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and Inspector of
Fertilizers................... ........... 600 00
MISCELLANEOUS.

Maintenance of Lunatics.................... 30,000 00
General Printing and Advertising.............. 5,000 00
Rewards for and Expenses of Arrest of Fugitives
from Justice .............................. 1,000 00
Insurance on State Buildings, including Buildings
at State Insane Asylum, and Capitol.......... 2,000 00
Salaries and Expenses of Railroad Commissioners. 7,500 00
ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES OUT OF GENERAL REVENUE UNDER
EXISTING STANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FIRST SIX
MONTHS OF 1901.
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable by
the State Treasurer on Coupons ............$ 40,000 00
Interest on Loan under Act of 1891........... 3,125 00
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists under Section 50,
of Chapter 4322, Laws of Florida........... 13,000 00
Confederate Soldiers' Home .................. 450 00

ITEMS NOT CHARGEABLE TO GENERAL REVENUE FOR WHICH
WARRANTS ARE ISSUED.

Special Tax for State Board of Health, I Mill Tax.
State 1 Mill School Tax, distributed to the several counties.
Interest on Bonds in Common School Fund which is dis-
tributed to the different Counties.
Interest on Bonds in Seminary Fund which is divided be-
tween East and West Florida Seminaries.
The proceeds of the hire of State Convicts, which is dis-
tributed to the different Counties.
For annual amount of each of these items see Warrants'
issued in 1897 and 1898.











RAILROADS.
STATEMENT showing the Assessment of Railroad and rele-
graph Property for the year 1898 in each county, as as-
sessed by the Comptroller, with the "assistance and advice
of the Attorney-General and Treasurer."

PENSACOLA AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD CO.

Escambia county.


Miles, Hdths.
9.98-Main track at......... $7,000. $ 69,860.00
1.58-Side track at........ 2,333.33 3,686.14


Pro rata value rolling stock

Santa Rosa county.


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

Walton county.

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

Holmes county.

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

W ashizigton county.

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

Jackson county.

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


5,461.06-$79,007.20



279,090.00
2,362.50
19,472.74--300,925.24



246,820.00
1,02.50
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



276,010.00
1,680.00
19,080.6-4-296,770.64











Gadsden county.
.72-Main track at........ 7,000
.15-Side track at........ 1,750
Pr6 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........ 7,000
17.23-Side track at........ 2,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


310,870.00
43,075.00
108,645.00-462,590.00.


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........
1.16-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


192,000.00
2,355.00
47,633.82-241,9 $.'2


6,000 136,200.00
1,500 1,740.00
33,855.91-171,795.91


Bradford county.


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


Clay county.

5.60-Main track at........
.40-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


198,000.00
1,530.00
48,272.34-247,802.34


6,000 33,600.00
1,500 600.00
8,513.64- 42,713.64


Putnam county.


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


136,200.00
1,845.00
33,955.23-172,000.23










TAVARES, APOPKA AND GULF RAILROAD CO.

Lake county.
25.00-Main track at........ 3,000 75,000.00
.26-Side track at ........ 750 195.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 19,805.00- 95,000.00

SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY CO.

(Formerly Green Cove Springs and Melrose Railroad and
Western Railroad of Florida).
Clay county.
33.50-Main track at........ 1,000 33,500,00
1.00-Side track at........ 375 375.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,500.00- 36,375.00

JACKSONVILLE AND ATLANTIC RAILWAY CO.

Duval county.
16.25-Main track at........ 1,500 24,375.00
.50-Side track at........ 1,000 500.00
Pro-rata value rolling stock 10,125.00- 35,000.00(

ST. AUGUSTINE AND SOUTH BEACH RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.
4.95-Main track at........ 1,500 7,425,00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,000.00-- 9,425.00

GAINESVILLE AND GULF RAILWAY COMPANY.

Alachua county.
18.25-Main track at........ 3,000 54,750.00
.57-Side track at........ 3,000 1,710.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 1,951.63- 58,411.63

Marion county.
7.75-Main track at........ 3,000 23,250.00
.43-Side track at........ 3,000 1,290.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 848.27- 25,388.27











PENSACOLA AND PERDIDO RAILROAD CO.

Escambia county.


8.00-Main track at .......
1.60-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


2,200 17,600.00
750 1,200.00
5,200.00- 24,000.00


PENSACOLA, ALABAMA AND TENNESSEE RAIL-
ROAD CO.

Escambia county.


15.30-Main track at........
.75-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


2,200 33,660.00
1,000 750.00
6,985.00- 41,395.00


JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND HALIFAX
RIVER RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.
17.40-Main track at........ $7,000 $121,800.00
11.30-Side track at........ 2,500 28,250.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 45,579.91-$195,629.91

Duval county.


19.30-Main track at ........ 7,000
1.97-Side track at........ 2,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


135,100.00
4,925.00
33,779.95-173,804.95


ST. JOHNS AND HALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY CO

Putnam county.


11.62-Main track at........
2.70-Branch track at......
1.54-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


7,000
6,000
1,750


Volusia county.
17.10-Main track at........ 7,000
1.00-Side track at ........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


81,340.00
16,200.00
2,695.00
4,810.18-105,045.18


119,700.00
1,750.00
5,489.55-126,939.55











St. Johns county.
21.94-Main trackatc ........ 7,000
1.80-Side trawe at....... 1,750
Prw rata value rolling stock


153,580.00
3,150.00
7,200.10-163,930.10


ST. JOHNS RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.


12.00-Main track at........ 2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


24,000.00
4,000.00- 28,000.00


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


18.40-Main track at........5,000
.90-Side track at.........2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock

Putnam county.
6.70-Main track at.........5,000
1.50-Side track at.........2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


92,000.00
1,800.00
11,500.00- 105,300.00


33,500.00
3,000.00
4,900.00- 41,400.00


JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND INDIAN
RIVER RAILWAY CO.

Volusia county.


34.54-Main track at........5,000
2.66-Side 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.
106.75-Main track at........5,000
14.18-Side track at........ 2,000
Pro rata value lolling stock


172,700.00
5.320.00
20,048.57- 198,068.57


581,850.00
26,200.00
69,776.56- 677,826.56


533,750.00
28,360.00
65,174.01-627,284.01












ATLANTIC AND WESTERN RAILWAY CO.

Volusia county.


27.97-Main track at........ 3,500
1-90-Side track at.........1,250
Pro rata value rolling stock


97,895.00
2,375.00
6,000.00-106,270.00


SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY
COMPANY.

Alachna county.


25.21-Main track at..... ..
6.63-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Columbia county.

18.70-Main track at........
12.47-Main track at........
2.62-Side track at........
1.97-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Hamilton county.

14.18-Main track at........
1.19-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Suwannee county.

40.67-Main track at........
3.51-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


Gadsden county.


2.86-Main track at......
2.07-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock,


6,000 151,260.00
1,750 11,602.50
57,447.03-220,309.53


5,000
6,000
1,250
1,750


93,500.00
74,820.00
3,275.00
3,447.50
64,519.66-239,562.16


6,000 85,080.00
1,750 2,082.50
27,731.18-114,893.68



6,000 244,020.00
1,750 6,142.50
79,711.37-329,873.87



5,000 14,300.00
1,250 2,587.50
8,894.91-- 25,782.41











Nassau county.


23.84-Main track at........
3.58-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Duval county.

11.79-Main track at........
3.15-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


7,000 166,880.00
1,750 6,265:00
49,472.29-222,617,29



7,000 82,530.00
2,333.33 7,348.95
26,955.36-116,834.31


Jefferson county.


11.05-Main track at........ 5,000 55,250.00
.76-Side track at......... 1,500 1,140.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 21,308.09-- 77,698.09

SILVER SPRINGS, OCALA AND GULF RAILROAD
COMPANY.


Marion county.


25.45-Main track at........
6.34-Branch track at......
1.48-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Citrus county.

39.87-Main track at........
4.93-Branch track at......
1.47-Side track at... .
Pro rata value rolling stock


5,000
1,500
1,500


5,000
1,500
1,500


127,250.00
9,510.00
2,220.00
12,329.86-151,309.86



199,350.00
7,395.00
2,205.00
17,147.66-226,097.66


SANFORD AND ST. PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO.

(Formerly Orange Belt Railroad).

Orange county.


37.25-Main track at........
1.10-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


3,000 111,750.00
750 825.00
19,801.64-132,376.64











Lake county.

22.15-Main track at........ 3,000
.20-Side track at.... .... 750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Sumter county.

9.25-Main track at........ 3,000
.20-Side track at........ 750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Pasco county.
41.70-Main track at ........ 5,000
.10-Side track at........ 750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Hillsborough county.
37.80-Main track at........ 5,000
3.18-Side track at........ 750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Heruando county.

4.85-Main track at........ 3,000
.10-Side track at........ 750
Pro rata value rolling stock


66,450.00
150.00
11,540.20- 78,140.20



27,750.00
150.00
4.879.42- 32,779.42


208,500.00
75.00
21,583.01-230,158.01


189,000.00
2,385.00
21,159.62-212,544.62



14,550.00
75.00
2,555.89- 17,180.89


SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY
CO.
(South Florida Division).
Orange county.


33.96-Main track at........
17.40-Main track at........
9.58-Side track at ........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Osceola county.
16.00-Main track at ........
14.41)-Main track at........
3.02-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


7,000
6,000
1,750


7,000
6,000
1,750


237,720.00
104,400.00
16,765.00
45,425.89-404,310.89


112,000.00
86,400.00
5,285.00
24,911.94- 228.596.94











Polk county.


36.78-Main track at........
4 .68--Main track at........
6.79-Side track at ........
Pro rata value rolling, stock

Hillsborough county.
-37.22-Main track at........
1.32-Main track at........
3.81-Side track at ........
9.01-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


7,0 00
6,000
1,750


7,000
6,000
2,333
1.750


Pasco county.
19.32-Main track at........ 6,000
1.10-Side track at ........ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Heri.ando county.
34.29-Maiir track at........ 6,000
.90-Side track at........ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Sumter county.
.63-Main track at........ 6,000
Pro rata value rolling stock

Citrus county.
13.99-Main track at........ 6,000
S1.38-Side 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. 6
Pro rata value rolling stock


257,460.00
268,080.00
11,882.50
65,783.31-603,205.81


260,540.00
7,920.00
8,888.73
15,767.50
38,284.77--3 1.401.0


115,920.00
1,650.00
15,221.47--182,791.47


85,740.00
1,350.10
11,322.93-


3,780.00
469.61-


98,412.93


4,249.61


83,940.00
2,070.00
11,457.11- 97,467.11


48,240.00
1,020.00
6,500.06-- 55,760.06



.26,700.00
.3,317.11-- 30,017.11











Alachua county.
23.13-Main track at........6,0:10 138,780.00
1.45-Side track at........1,500 2,175.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 18,322.42-159,277.42

TAMPA AND THONOTOSASSA RAILROAD CO.

(Operated by Savannah, Florida and Western Ry. Co.)

Hillsborough county


11.33-Main track at........ 3,500
1.19-Side track. at ........ 1,125


39,655.00
1,338.75- 40,993.75.


WINSTON AND BONE VALLEY RAILROAD.
(Operated by the South Florida Division of the Savannah,
Florida and Western Railway Co.)
Polk county.


21.00-Main track at........3,500
6.00-Side track at......... 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


73,500.00
6,000.00
1,300.00- 80,800.00


FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.
(Main Line.)
Putnam county.


28.66-Main track at........5,000
5.92-Side track at .........1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Alachua county.

36.63-Main track at....... .5,000
4.36-Side track at..........1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Marion county.

53.42-Main track at........ 5,000
7.58- Side track' at.........1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


143,300.00
8,880.00
18,386.26-170,566.26.



183,150.00
6,540.00
21,794.46-211,484.46



267,100.00
11,370.00
32,433.82-310,903.82











Sumter county.


17.85-Main track at........ 5.000
.65-Side track at.. ......1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


Hernando county.


10.52-M1ain track at........5,000
1.56-Side track at ........1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Lake county.

23.28-Main track at........5,000
3.50-Side track at ......... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


89,250.00
975.00
9,836.50 100,061.50



52,600.00
2,340.00
6,630.47-- 61,570.47



116,400.U0
5,250.00
14,238.99- 1:;.'., .i9


FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY CO.

(Charlotte Harbor Division.)

Polk county.


17.60-Main track at....... 5,000
2.18-Side track at .......... 1,250
Pro rata value rolling stock


8S,000.00
2,725.00
7,022.10 97,747.10


DeSoto county.

57.65-Main track at........ 5,000 288,250.00
3.92-Side track at......... 1,250 4,900.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 21,857.90- 31h,007.90

ST. JOHNS AND LAKE EUSTIS RAILROAD CO.

Lake county.


45.27-Main track at... .... 2,200
2.29-Side track at......... 750
Pro rata value rolling stock


Marion county.


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


99,594.00
1,717.50
1,367.50-102,679 00



4,400.00
57.50- 4,457.50











FORT IEADE STREET RAILWAY CO.

Polk county.


.75-Main track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


800 600.00
20.00--


CARRABELLE, TALLAHASSEE AND GEORGIA RAIL-
ROAD CO.
Franklin county.


13.84-Main track at ........
1.90-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


Wakulla county.


23.66-Main track at.........
1.06-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


Leon county.


11.32-Main track at ........
.16-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


4,000 55,360.00
1,000 1,900.00
6,666.83- 63,926.83.



4,000 94,640.00
1,000 1,060.00
10,470.40-106,170.40'



4,000 45,280.00
1,000 160.00
4,862.47- 50,302.47


FLORIDA MIDLAND RAILROAD CO.

Orange county.


38.00-Main track at........
.43-Side track at.......


Osceoia county.


6.00-Main track at.........
.10-Side track at........


1,770 67,260.00
750 322.50- 67,582.50



1,770 10,620.00
750 75.00- 10,695.00,


PALATKA AND HEIGHTS STREET RAILWAY CO.

Putnam county.


3.00-Main track at........ 1,500
Pro rata value, rolling stock


4,500.00
500.00- 5,000.00'


800.00'










PENSACOLA AND MOBILE RAILWAY AND MANU-
FACTURING COMPANY.
Escambia county.

5.25-Main track at........ 5,000 26,250.00-- 26,250.00

PENSACOLA AND ANDALUSIA RAILROAD CO.

Santa Rosa county.


15.00-Main track at........ 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock

JACKSONVILLE, TAMPA AND
WAY CO.
Duval county.

11.37-Main track at ........ 6,000
2.44-Side track at ......... 2,333.33
Pro rata value rolling stock

Clay county.

28.00-Main track at........ 6,000
3.23-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


15,000.00
5,250.00- 21,2 -:.I-.ii

KEY WEST RAIL-


68,220.00
5,693.32
25,034.77- 98,948.09



168,000.00
5,652.50
56,613.74-230,266.24


Putnam county.


40.17-Main track at........ 6,000
8.38-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Volusia county.

44.58- Main track at......... 6,000
6.43-Side track at.......... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Orange county.

4.80-Main track at......... 6,000
3.43-Side track at.........1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


241,020.00
14,665.00
88,011.44-343,696.41



267,480.00
11,252.50
92,470.93-371,203.43



28,800.00
6,002.50
14,919.34- 49,721.84








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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
.87-Side track at......... 1,500


40,100.00
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.

15.00-Main track at......... 5,000
S1.57-Side track at.......... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


103,750.00
840.00
16,058.43-120,648.43



75,000.00
2,355.00
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 track at........
1.48-Side track at........


4,000 16.000.00
1,250 1,850.00- 17,850.00











LIVE OAK AND GULF RAILWAY CO.

Suwannee county.


18.00-Main track at........
2.00-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


2,500 45,000.00
750 1,500.00
2,800.00- 49,300.00


CONSUMERS ELECTRIC LIGHT AND STREET
RAILROAD CO.

Hillsborough county.


12.50-Main track at........
4.50-Main track at........
.50-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


4,000
2,800
4,000


50,000.00
12,600.00
2,000.00
12,600.00-


77,200.00


ATLANTIC, SUWANNEE RIVER AND GULF RAIL-
ROAD CO.

Bradford county.


15.85-Main track at........
.88-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Alachua county.

11.59-Main track at........
.62-Side track at ........
Pro rata value rolling stock


3,500 55,475.00
1,000 880.00
6,123.18--



3,500 40,565.00
1,000 620.00
4,468.86-


FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILROAD
CO.


Alachua county.


35.00-Main track at........
29.00-Main track at ........
3.53-Side track at ........
Pro rata value rolling stock


4,500
6,000
1,500


157,500.00
174,000.00
5,295.00
49,469.10-386,264.10


62,478.18


45,653.86











Baker county.

26.25-Main track at ........
.91-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


Bradford county.


19.7 5-Main track at........
.59-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Clay county.

5.75-Main track at........
.50-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


6,030 157,50).00
1,500 1,410.00
19, 18.03-178,828.03



6,000 118,500.00
1,500 885.00
14,900.06-134,285.06



6,000 34,500.00
1,500 750.00
4,578.43- 39,828.43


Columbia county.


19.00-Main track at........
1.18-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Duval county.

3S.00-Miin track at........
13.13-Main track at........
4.86-Side track at ........
1.72-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Gadsden county.

35.56-Main track at......
.94-Side track at..... ..
Pro rata value rolling stock


Hernando county.


6.25-Main track at........
.03-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


6,000 114,000.00
1,500 1,770.00
14,782.85-130,552.85


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


266,000.00
78,780.00
11,338.38
3,010.00
42,275.46-401,403.84


6,000 213,360.00
1,500 1,410.00
26,738.07-- 241,508.07



6,000 37,500.00
1,500 45.00
4,600.41- 42,145.41











Hillsborough county.

35.59-Main track at ........
5.10-Main track at........
3.04-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


6,000
2,000
1,500


Jefferson county.


18.50-Main track at ........
4.38-Main track at........
1.60-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Lake county.

14.50-Main track at........
9.00-Main track at........
1.68-Side track at ........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Leon county.

26.00-Main track at ........
11.00-Main track at ........
1.27-Side track at ........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Levy county.

60.20-Main track at........
4.78-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


Madison county.


34.50-Main track at........
1.71-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


Marion county.


4S.45-Main track at........
4.04-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock


6,000
2,000
1,500


6,000
4,500
1,500


6,000
1,500
1,500


213,540.00
10,200.00
4,560.00
32,034. 1-260,334.4T



111,000.00
8,760.00
2,400.00
17,932.82-140,0 92.82



87,000.00
40,500.00
2,520.00
18,445.60-148,465.60



156,000,00
16,500.00
1,905.00
28,034.68-202,439.68


4,500 270,900.00
1,125 5,377.50
47,601.09-323,878.59,



6,000 207,000.00
1,500 2,565.00
26,525.63-236,0 90.63.



6,000 290,700.00
1,500 6,060.00
38,451.54-335,21 1.54











Nassau county.

257.75-Main track at........
2.25-Main track at........
5.22-Side track at ..... ..
3.62-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Orange county.

-24.00-Main track at........
15.67-Main track at........
1.93-Side track at ........
..Pro rata value rolling stock

Pasco county.


6,000
1,500
2,000
1,500


4,500
4,000
1,125


"21.00-Main track at........ 6,000
.81-Side track at ........ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Sumter county.

-38.07-Main track at........ 6,000
1.65-Side track at........ 1,500
Pro rata 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........
.01-Side track at........
.Pro rata value rolling stock


1,500
375


346,500.00
3,375.00
10,440.00
5,430.00
50,428.74-416,173.74



108,000.00
62,680.00
2,171.25
30,474.08-203,325.33



126,000.00
1,215.00
15,976.91-143,191.91



".' 4"0.00
2,475.00
29,096.88-259,991.8S



162,000.00
2,400.00
20,950.93-185,350.93



13,875.00
83.75
6,7T3.41- 20,662.16


MAIN STREET RAILROAD CO.

Duval county.


275-Main track at........ 1,000
JPro rata value:rolling stock


11,000.00
3,000.00- 14,000.0












JACKSONVILLE STREEP RAILWAY CO:

Duval county.


8.00-Main track at........ 5,000
.75-Side track at......... 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


40,000.00
750.00
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........ 12,000
13.50-Side track at........ 7,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


45,600.00
94,500.00
6,000.00-146,100.00'


PENSACOLA TERMINAL COMPANY'S RAILROAD..

Escambia county.


3.50-Main track at.... ...... 3,500
5.00-Main track at........ 2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


12,250.00
10,000.00
5,050.00- 27,300.00(


YELLOW RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY.

Walton county.


25.90-Main track at........ 2,000
3.50-Side track at........ 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


51,800.00
3,500.00
7,500.0'- C2,S00.00)












TELEGRAPH LINES.



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.

Columbia county.


Miles.
10.00
10.00


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


Duval county.

15.79 5 at.... ............... 115
1,000 feet cable wire at 31
cents................


Escambia county.


1 at ...................
2 at ...................
3 at ...................
4 at ...................


Gadsden county.


2 at .... .... .... ....... 70
3 at................... 85
4 at................... 100


Hamilton county.


1 at...................
2 at ...................
3 at...................


$ 850.00
1,000.00--1,850.00



1,815.85

310.00- 2,125.85



350.00
420.00
897.60
4,500.00- 6,167.60



200.20
85.00
3,500.00- 3,785.20



705.50
350.00
2,745.50- 3,801.00


Holmes county.


21.25 3 at ...................


Jackson county.


38.00 3 at ...................


85 -1,806.25-- 1,806.25



85 3,230.00- 3,230.00


7.00
6.00
10.56
45.00



2.86
1.00
35.00



14.11
5.00
32.30













"22.00 4 at ......... ......... 100

Leon county.

26.00 4 at................... 100

Madison county.

5.00 2 at. :........... ....... 70
34.00 4 at...... ............ 100

Nassau county.

10.00 3 at................... 85
22.84 7 at................... 145
518 feet cable wire at 31
cents..................

Santa Rosa county.

39.50 3 at................... 85

Suwannee county.

8.39 1 at.............. ... 50
26.00 4 at................... 100

Washington county.

14.00 3 at................... 85

Walton county.

36.50 3 at.... ................ 85


2,200.00- 2,200.00



2,600.00- 2,600.00



350.00
3,400.00- 3,750.00



850.00
3,311.80

160.58-- 4,322.38



3,357.50- 3,357.50



419.50
2,600.00- 3,019.50



1,190.00-- 1,190.00



3,102.50-- 3,102.50


INTERNATIONAL OCEAN TELEGRAPH CO.

Alachua county.


1 at ...................
2 at...................
3 at ...................
4 at ...................
5 at .... .... .... .... ...


2,200.00
1,500.80
3,339.65
332.00
1,654.85-- 9,027.30


44.00
21.44
39.29
3.32
14.39


Jefferson county.












Baker county.

24.00 6 at................... 130


Bradford county.


34.00 1 at .................. 50
20.34 5 at......... .......... 115


Brevard county.


105.00 4 at.................. 100
350 feet cable wire at 31
cents.................


Clay county.


5.00
5.80
28.00


1 at................... 50
5 at.................... 115
6 at................. 130
250 feet cable wire at 31
cents .................


Columbia county.


13.18 1 at................... 50
10.00 6 at................ .. 130
720 feet cable wire at 31
cents.................


18.00
66.50
39.80


Dade county.

1 at.................... 50
2 at................... 70
4 at................... 100
8,205 feet cable wire at 31
cents.................


DeSoto county.

20.00 2 at................... 70
57.65 3 at ................... 85


3,120,00-3,120.00



1,700.00
2,339.10- 4,039.10



10,500.00

108.50-10,608.50



250.00
667.00
3,640.00

77.50 4,634.50



659.00
1,300.00

223.20- ",1 2.'i'



906.00
4,655.00
3,980.00

2,5 3.55-12,078.55



1,400.00
4,900.25- 6,300.25












Duval county.


3.24
28.73
16.92
21.7(
18.00


1 at ...................
5 at..................
6 at...................
7 at ...................
10 at.................
1,810 feet cable wire at 31
cents .... .... .... .....


Hernando county.


10.52 2 at................... 70
0.41 3 at ................... 85


162.00
3,303.95
2,199.60
3,155.20
3,420.00


561.10--12,801.85




736.10
544.85- 1,281.25


Hillsboroul h county.


52.70
20.05
20.00


2 at................... 70
4 at................... 100
5 at.................... 115


Lake county.


92.95
5.00
39.00


1 at ...................
2 at ...................
3 at ...................


3,689.00
2,005.00
2,300.00-- 7,994,00




4,647.50
350.00
3,315.00- 8,312.50


Lee county.


30.00 2 at...................
24,000 feet cable wire at
31 cents..............


Levy county.


40.00 1 at ................... 50

Marion county.

5.00 1 at................... 50
93.14 3 at................... 85
4C


2,100.00


7,440.00- 9,540.00




2,000.00- 2,000.00


250.00
7,916.90-- 8,166.90











Nassau county.

1 at .... .... .... .... ... 50
3 at................... 5
7 at................... 145
670 feet cable wire at 31
cents ................


1,565.00
935.00
516.20

207.70-- 3,223.90


Orange county.


31.62
28.00
13.70
4.80


1 at....... ..........
2 at...................
3 at.... .... .... .......
4 at............... ....
680 feet cable wire at 31
cents................


Pasco county.

C61.60 2 at................... 70
21.33 4 at................... 100


Polk county.


15.00 2 at................... 70
17.60 3 at ................... 85


1,581.00
1,960.00
1,164.50
480.00


210.80-- 5,396.30



4,312.00
2,133.00-$6,415.00



1.050.00
1,496.00- 2,546.00


Putnam county.


'22.00
28.66
12.90
40.17


1 at .... .... .... .......
2 at.............. .....
3 at...................
5 at............ ...... .
1,540 feet cable wire at 31
cents................


St. Johns county.


45.15 4 at................... 100
18.50 5 at ................... 115

Sumter county.

14.10 2 at ................... 70
52.01 3 at ................... 85


1,100.00
2,006.20
1,096.50
4,619.55


477.40- 9,299.65



4,515.00
2,127.50- 6,642.50



987.00
4,420.85- 5,407.85


31.30
11.00
3.56










Volusia county.

27.30 1 at ........ ........ .. 50 1,365.00
20 75 2 at................... 70 1,452.50
76.58 4 at................... 100 7,658.00
400 feet cable wire at 31
cents ............. ..... 124.00- 10,599,50

*CARRABELLE, TALLAHASSEE AND GEORGIA RAIL-
ROAD'S TELEGRAPH LINE.

Franklin county.

14.00 1 at................... 25 350.00- 350.00

Wakulla county.

:24.00 1 at................... 25 600.00- 600.00

Leon county.

12.00 .1 at .................. 25 300.00-- 300.00

GENEVA TELEGRAPH CO.

Holmes county.

17.00 1 at................... 32.35 550.00- 550.00

JACKSONVILLE AND ST. JOHNS BAR TELEGRAPH
CO.

Duval county.

23.00 1 at .................. 25 575.00- 575.00

APALACHICOLA AND MARIANNA TELEGRAPH CO.

Franklin county.

14.00 1at .................. 20 280.00- 280 00

Calhoun county.

*84.00 1 at.... .............. 20 1,680.00- 1,680.00











.Jackson county.

12.00 1 at ................... 20 240.00- 240.00

SILVER SPRINGS, OCALA AND GULF RAILWAY'S
TELEGRAPH.

Marion county.

25.05 1 at ................... 50 1,252.50- 1,252.50

Citrus county.

44.80 1 at ................... 50 2,240.00-- 2,240.00

SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY'S
TELEGRA PH.

Jefferson county.

11.90 1 at................... 50 595.00-- 595.00

SOUTI FLORIDA TELEGRAPH CO.

Orange County.

17.00 1 at ................... 50 850.00
30.00 2 at................... 70 2,100.00- 2,950.00-

Osceola county.

33.00 2 at................... 70 2,310.00- 2,310.00

Polk county.

80.00 2 at..................... 70 5,600.00-- 5,600.00

Hillsborough county.

34.00 2 at................... 70 2,380.00- 2,380.00

Pasco county.

22.00 2 at................... 70 1,540.00-- 1,540.00













17.00



20.00
40.00



40.00



32.00
23.00



20.00



33.00



30.00


Hernando county.

Sat .... .... .... .... ..

Citrus county.

1 at .... ...............
2 at ... .... .... ..... ..

Alarion county.

2 at ........... .......

Alachua county.

2 at ...................
4 at ...................

Levy county.

2 at...................

Columbia county.

1 at...................

Suwannee county.

2 at...................


1,190.00- 1,190.00



1,000.00
2,800.00- 3,800.00



2,800.00- 2,800.00



2,240.00
2,300.00- 4,540.00



1,400.00- 1,400.00



1,650.00- 1,650.00



2,100.00- 2,100.00









STATEMENT SHOWING THE LENGTH AND VALUE OF MAIN TRACK, BRANCH, SWITCH AND SIDE TRACKS, AND ROLLING STOCK OF' t
EACH RAILROAD IN THE STATE ASSESSED FOR 1898. "
MAIN TRACK, 'BRANCH, SWITCH & SIDE TRACKS ROLLING STOCK. TOTAL
ASSESSED VALUE. ASSESSED' VALUE. .
I l .
Miles Vales. VMies. Pr Mile. Value. Value. VALUE.
ile. a g
S 38.00$ 7.00 266,000 4.86 $ 2.333 $ 11,338 3 | o
S 476.05 6.00 2,856.300 0 22 2.000 10.440 00
S128.2 4.50 57.900 1.72 1 750 3.010 00 $ 539,999 1 4,430,025 01
Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.................... .................. 158 4.001 6,68 28 73 1.500 43.095 0 994,4305
S 9.48 .000 18,960 6.71 1.125 7,548 75
22 50 1.50 33.750 .01 375 3 75 J'
35.63 7,000 249,410 3.15 2 333 7.348 95
S 92.53 6000 555,180 16 88 1.750 29.540 00
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Georgia Division)........ ............. 5000 163050 .76 1.500 1.140 00 3,09 89 1,347 571 4
..................... 4.69 1.250 5.852 50 J
123.96 7,000 867.720 3.81 2.333 8.888 73 )
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (South Florida Division) ................ 16165 6,000 969,900 28 40 1.750 49.700 00 241 016 62 2,145,490 35
... ..... 5.51 1.500 8,265 00
Florida Southern Railway (Main Line) .............................. ........... 170 36 5.00 851,800 23.57, 1.500, 35.355 00 103.320 50 990.475 50
Florida Southern Railway (Charlotte Harbor Division) ............................ 75.25 .00 376,25 6.101 1.250 7,625 00 28.880 00 412.755 00 .
S 73.50 3.000 220.500 4.88 750 3.660 00 81.519 78 703.179 78
Sanford and St. Petersburg Railroad............. .... ............................ 79.50 5.000 397,500 ................... .......
Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf Railroad...................................... .. 65.32 5000 326.60 14.22 1.500 21,330 00 29,477 52 377,407 52 I1 o
Tampa and Thonotosassa Railroad ............................. ............. 11.33 3.500 39.655 1.19 1.125 1338 75 .... .... 40993 75
Winston and Bone Valley Railroad..................................... ....... 21 00 3.500 73.500 6. 6. 1.000 6,000 00 1.300 00 80.800 00 f ..
St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railroad.......... .................................. 47.27 2.200 103.994 2.29 750 1,717 50 1.425 00 107.136 50 I 8
128.92 6.000 773,520 2 44 2,333 5,693 382 277,050 22 1.093,836 04 a o Oco
Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway .................................... .... 21.47 1.750 37,572 50 ...... ...
Sanford and Lake Eustis Railway (Operated by J. T. & K. W. Ry. Co.) ........... 28.60 5000 143.000 1.73 1,500 2.595 00 ............ 145.595 00
Atlantic Coast, St. Johns and Indian River Railway (Operated by J. T. & K.W. RyCo.) 3575 5.000 178.750 2.13 1,500 3.195 00 28,544 92 210.489 92
DeLand and St. Johns River Railway (Operated by J. T. & K. W. Ry. (o.) ........ 400 4.000 16,000 1.48 1.250 1.850 00 .............. 17.850 00
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Halifax River Railroad. ....................... 36.70 7.000 256,900 13.27 2.500 33.175 00 79.359 86 369.434 86
St. Johns and Hali r 50.66 7.000 354,620 270 6.000 16,200 00 ) 17,499 83 395,914 83
St. Johns and Halifax River Railroad........................................ .. 4.34 1,750 7.595 00 ..... .
St. Johns Railway ... .. ............................................ 12.00 2.000 24,000 ..................... ............. 4.000 00 28,000 00
St. Augustine and Halifax River Railroad.......................... .. 2.10 5,000 125 500 2.40 2.000 4.800 00 16.400 00 146.700 00
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway ..................... 257.61i 5.00(1 1.288.300 29.94 2,000 59.880 00 154,999 14 1.503.179 14
Atlantic and Western Railroad ............................................... 27.97 3.50 97.895 1.90 1,250 2,375 00 6.000 00 106,270 00
Pensacola and AtlanticRailroad..........................................161 14 7.000 1.127.980 1.58 2.333 3.686 14 79,393 23 1,220,404 37
PensacolaandAtlantic Railroad.. ...... ..... .............. 5.34 1.750 9,345 00 .............
Pensacola Railroad ............................................................. 44.41 7.000 310,870 17.23 2500 43,075 00 108,645 00 462,590 00
Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad ......................................... 11600 6.000 696.000 5.38 1,500 8.070 00 172.230 94 876,300 94
Tavares, Apopka and Gulf Railroad ................... ....................... 25 00 3.000 75,000 .26 750 195 00 19.805 00 95,000 00
Southwestern Railroad......... ................. ............................ 33.50 1.0)0 33,500 1 00 375 375 00 2.500 00 36.375 00
Jacksonville and Atlantic Railway................... .................. ..... 16 25 1,50 24,375 .50 1,000 500 00 10.125 00 35,000 00
St. Augustine and South Beach Railway .................................. 495 500 7.42 ............. ........... 2,000 00 9.425 00
Pensacola and Perdido Railroad .......................................... 8.00 2200 17.600 1.60 750 1.200 00 5.200 00 24,000 00
Pensacola, Alabama and Tennessee Railroad...................... ........ 35.30 2.201 33.660 .75 1 000 750 00 6,985 00 41,395 00
Fort Meade Street Railroad................ ......... ... ... ............ .75 800 600 ...... ...... ...... .................. 200 00 800 00
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad................. ... ....... 48.82 4.000 195.280 3.12 1.000 3,120 00 21,999 70 220.399 70
Palatka and Heights Street Railway ..................................... ..... 3.00 1.500 4.500 .. .................. ............. 500 00 5.000 00
Pensacola and Andalusia Railroad ...................... ...... .............. 1500 1.000 15.000 .................................... 5,250 00 20.250 00
Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf Railway ..................... 27.44 3.500 96.040 1.50 1.000 1.500 00 10.592 04 108,132 04
Jacksonville Street Railroad........ ... .......8.00 5,000 40,000 .75 1,000 750 00 38.500 00 79.250 00
Jacksonville, Mayport and Pablo Railway and Navigation Co ..................... 16.27 .500 40.675 .21 625 131 25 8,283 75 49.090 00
Florida Midland Railroad ......................... .......... ......... 44.00 1.770 77.880 53 750 397 50 ................... 78,277 50
Live Oak and Gulf Railway ............................. .... .............. 18.00 2.500 45000 2.00 750 1,500 00 2.800 00 49,300 00
Main Street Railroad ................ .................................2.75 11.000 .. ............. ..... ............ 3.000 00 14,000 00
S 12.50 4.000 50 000 .50 4.000 2000 00 12,600 00 77,200 00
Consumers Electric Light and Street Railway Company ................... ....i 4.50 2.800 12.600 .....
Gainesville and Gulf Railway ... .......... ........ 000 78.000 1.00 3.000 3.000. 00 2,799 90 83.799 90
Penacola and Mobile Railway and Manufacturing Company ........................ 525 5,00 26.250 .............. ..................... ........... 2.50 00
Jacksonville Terminal Company ....... ..................... ... 3 8 1000 45.600 13 50 7,000 94,500'00 6,000 00 146.100 00
S........................ ...... ...... .1250 ...........5,050 00 27,300 00
Pensacola Terminal Company's Railroad ................................. ....... .0 2, .00 .10.000 .. ....... 27,300 00
Yellow River Railroad ........................................ ........................ 25.90 2,00 51.800 3.50 1,000 3.50 ,500 00 62,800 00

2.982.20 $15.407,0191 312.75 61,573 02 $ 2.478.791 97 $ 18,501,543 99
2.982.20 $15.407.0191 312.751 615 733 02 $ 2.478.791 97 $ 18,501,543 99











Statement Showing the Length and Value of Telegraph Lines Assessed for the Year 1893.

ONE WIRE. Two WIRES. WIRES. CABLE WIRES.

NAME OF COMPANY. .



Western Union Telegraph Company 29.5 $50 00 $ 1,475 00 18.86 $70$ 1320 2 3 213.11$ 85 $ ,18,114 .
S 198.00 100 19,800 1.51831c $470 f'? u. 7 78
15.79 115 1,815 '
7 22.84 145 3,311 I
International Ocean Telegraph Co. 367.59 50 00 18,379 50374.27 W0 26,198 %0 3 342.70 85 29,129
4 316.03 100 31,603 i.1
5 147.93 115 17,011 *. 38.625 31c 11,973 75 151,647 60
6 78 2 130 10,259 ..
7 25.32 145 ,671 I'
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia 10 18.00 190 3,420 I
RHilroad's Telegraph Line........ 50.00 25 00 1,250 00.......... ................ ...... .,250 00
Geneva Telegraph Compan........ 17.00 32 35 550 00 ...... .... ............................550 00
Jrcksonville and St. Johns Bar Tel-
egraph Company................ .. 23.00 25 00 575 00...... .... ....... .......... .... .................... 575 00
Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf Rail-
way's Telegraph Line..... ...... 69.85 50 00 3,492 50 ..... ........... ..... ..... ............................... 3,492 50
Savanr al, Florida and W\sterL
Railway's Telegraph Line..,...... 11.90 50 0U 595 00...................... ...................... .............. 595 00
South Florida Telegraph Company 70.00 5000 3,5000 378. 70 26,4 00 4 23.00 100 2,300 ... .. 32,260 00
Apalaphicola and Marianna Tele-
graph Company..... .. 110.00 2000 2,20 ...... ............... .. ...................... ...... .......... 20000
S748.84 $32.017 0 771.13 $53,979 10 1,401.64 $140,437 45 40.143 $12,444 33 $238,877 88
Total assessed by State Board .........................................$238,877 88
Telephone Lines, etc., assessed by County Assessors................. 6.000 00
$244,877 88
Difference in assessments (fractional parts of dollars).... ........... ,, 3 92
Total as shown n assessment rolls ,,,,,.,,,..,,,,, .......,,..... 244,8il 80










Statement Showing Taxes Assessed on Each Railroad and Telegraph Line, for the Year 1898.


Total S
Railroads and Telegraph Lines. Valuation.



Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad..................... 4,4:30,.025 01 $
Jalcksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway.................. 1,093,836 01
Sanford and Lake Eustis Ry (operated by J T. & K. W Ry Co.) 145,5!95 00
Atlantic Coast, St. Johns and Indian River Ity (operated by
J. T. & K, W. Ry Co ) 210,489 92
DeLand and St. Johns River Ry (operated by J. T. & K'. W.
Ry Co.)........ ...... 17,850 00
Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad .... 876.300 9
Savannah Florida and Western Railway (Georgia Division).... 1,317,571 31
S.... i. ..r;i ,.. i western Railway's Telegraph .......... 5 5 00
-, ,- n.- _. I. ,..I Gulf Railway.......................... 377, 407 52
-, r -i.... .. i .' I Gulf Railway's Telegraph Line. ..... 3,42 50
Sanmord and St. Peter- t hrv P-ilroad........ ...... 703, 179 78
Savannah Florida ...-1 i...r *.. Railway (South Florida Di-
vision) ...... .. .... .. ... .. ........... 2,1 15,190 35
Florida Southern Railway (Main Line)....... ................ 99)0,475 501
Florida Southern Railway (Charlotte Harbor Division) ........ 412,755 00
Tampa and Thonotosassa Railroad................ ............ 410,993 75
Winston and Bone Valley Railroad ........... .............. 80 001
St. Johns and Lake Eustis Railway ......................... 107,136 50
Florida Midland Railroad ................... ................ 78,277 50
South Florida Telegraph Co......... .......... .... 32,20 00
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Halifax River Ry .......... 369. 434 86
St. Johns and Halifax River Railway ............................ 395, 914 83
St. Johns Railway............. ........................ ..... 28,000 01
St. Augustine and Halifax River Railway ................ 1-11,700 00
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway......... 1,503.179 14
Atlantic and Western Railway.... .............................. 106,270 00
Tavares, Apopka and Gulf Railway............ ................ 95,000 00
Southwestern Railroad.... .................................. 36, 75 00
Jacksonville and At i ...... i. ,I.,. ................. 35,000 00
St. Augustine and S, .[r I : .. i. ..I .. ............. ... .... 9,425 00
Palatka and Heights Street Railway ............................ 5,000 00
.Pensacola and Mobile Railway and Manufacturing Co.......... 26,250 00


late Taes.ICounty Taxe eochool
diSchoolt SbRoad sub-
tate Taxes. County Taxes, ditit tasbxs district Total Taxes
t Taxes.


49,244 1-'
12,675 "-1
1. 408 52

2,683 10

214 20
8,659 52
14, 759 74
7 14
3,660 59
33 99
7,560 741


1,683 30 41 00
480 8 .......
45 0 ............

191 8 ............


53 55,
350 54
557 06
203 48
2 28
641 78


21,042 ...*
5,195
691 57
999 83

84 79
4.162 42
6,400 95
2 83
1,7912 68
16 59
3,340 13

10,191 07
4,704 78
1,960 60
194 72
383 80
508 90
371 84
153 25
1,754 82
1,80O 59
1:3 00
696 82'
7,140 11
504 78'
451 25'
172 78]
166 25
44 76:
23 75,
124 64,


23,61540 2,359 5 1,15465
9,42704 436 5 ........
5,012 85 187 7 .......... :
461 17 ........................
888 80 .......... ........
939 67 4807 .....
923 28 30 "
341 78 28 10 85
4,291 96 ............. ...........
4,327 52 .............. .......
322 00 .............. ....... ...
1.573 20 ...... .... ....
19,538 00 212 67 ...........
1,275 24 140 55 ............
831 25..... .. ............
545 621......... .. .. .... ....
411 25 .............. ............
41 2 ..........................
108 3S .............. ............
43 751..................... .
334 69 ............. .... ..


72,011 02
18,351 66
2,145 09

3,874 79

352 54
13,172 48
21,717 75
9 97
5,716 75
52 86
11,542 65

37,320 72
14,568 37
7,161 23
655 89
1,272 60
1,496 64
1,325 65
534 77
6,046 78
6,208 11
455 00
2, 270 02
26,890 78
1,920 57
1,282 50
718 40
577 50
153 14
67 50
459 33







Pensacola and Andalusia Railroad............................
Main Street Railroad........ .............. .. ...........
Jacksonville Street Railway....................
Jacksonville, 'Mayport and Pablo Railway and Navigation
Company..... ...... .. .. ................... ....
Jacksonville Terminal Company.. .....................
Fort Mead Street Railway................... ..
Gainesville and Gulf Railway ...................... ..... ...
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad .................
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad's Telegraph
Line ........ ...... ...........
Pensacola and Perdido Railroad ................
Pensacola, Alabama and Tennessee Railroad...................
Live Oak and Gulf Railway........... ...............
Consumers Electric Light and Strett Railway Co..............
Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf Railway ...............
Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad ...............................
Pensaco'a Railroad.... ..... .....
Yellow River Railroad................................... ....
Pensacola Terminal Company................ ............
Western Union Telegraph Co...... ......... ............
International Ocean telegraph Co .......... ..............
Geneva Telegraph Co............. ..................
lacksonville and St. Johns Bar Tolon-r'lph Co................. ...
Apalachicola and Marianna 1.. .r ,] i .. ...... .......
Log Roads and Telephone Lines (assessed by assessors)........

Less fractional parts of dollars omitted on Assessment Rolls...

Total Railroad and Telegraph Assessment. as shown by As-
sessment Rolls........................................ .....


20,250 00 96 '1 2)07 56
S14,0000 0 66 50 1(4 50
79,250 00 376 ,1 931 19

49. 000 00 233 18 576 81
14i, 100 0( 693 98 1,716 (8
SO 00 0 3 80 880
83,799 90 398 05 818 96
220,399 70 1,046 89 2.9.50 77

1,250 00 591 1670 .
21,000 00 11400 30600.
41,395 00 196 63 527 79t
49,300 00 234 18 554 03
77,200 00 366 70 868 50
10, 132 04 513 03 1,01)6 94
1,220,1404 37 5.79( 951 13,628 74
402,59000 2,197 30 5,88) 02.
62.8)0 00 29830 013 70
2'7,3oo 000 129- 348 CS
4i,307 78 219 522 23
151,617 60 734 66 1,73973
5530 00 2 61 8 80
575 00 2 73 -76
2.201) 00 10 45 23 24
49,000 00 232 75 007 50

$18,792,421 87
4 12

S18,792,417 751$ 89.264 11 8 210.294 31 8


221
55 21


...........

7 50
139 17
34 46
.... .....

"3 42
56 73

-72





8,013 76


... ... 303 75
2231 00
1,307 63

.809 99
2,410 66
14 84
1,27225
3,997 06

22 64
420 00
721 42
...... .. 7)(6 31
1,235 20
1, 749 74
19,460 15
.... 8,095 32
942 00
... 477 7
53 716 18
34 2. 531 46
11 41
9 49
.... 36 41
.... .... 810 25




81,207 410 308, 779 58


--~~------ ----- ---------










Statement Showing Valuation of Railroads and Telegraph Lines, by Counties, for the Year 1898, and the
Taxes Assessed Thereon.


COUNTIES.


Alachua................................ ........ ..... $1,03
Baker... ..... ... ...... ........ ...... 17
Bradford ....... .. ....... ............................. 44
Brevard ......... .......................... ... 76
Calhoun................................... ............... ......
Citrus.......... ...... ..................................... 3.
Clay.. ..................... ...... .... .............. 34
Columbia.......................................... 5
Dade............ .. .. ........ ............... ......
DeSoto........ ...................................... 31
Duval ....................... ........................... 1,11
Escambia........... ................................ ... 6(
Franklin............... ............ .......... ...........
Gadsden..................... ........................... 2
Hamilton............................................ 35
H ernando........................................ ....... 21
Hillsborough........................ ................... 92
Holmes..,.......... ..:.,,....,,. ....... .. .. ... 15


6
10
C.,


1.401 00
r8,828 00
44.565 00
67,668 05

23,564 00
19,184 00
41,910 92
27.284 00
5.008 00
4,430 00
i0,542 00
13,926 83
'3,003 00
i6,881 00
9,309 70
i2,471 00
54,890 00


$13.567 30
3,120 00
4.039 00
10 608 50
1.680 00
6.040 00
4.635 00
5 682 2.
12,079 00
6.300 00
15,503 00
8,167 00
630 00
3.785 00
3,800 00
2.471 25
10,374 00
2,.56Q 0


$5,201 11
864 25
2130 87
3,696 84
7 98
1.565 61
1.680 64
2.601 07
3.036 98
1.526 22
5.367 18
3,176 321
306 65
1.314 74
1,713 24
1 053 46
4,431 02
746 92


$10.949 68
3.093 12
4.598 15
10,701 32
18 48
3,296 04
5.307 28
5.339 04
7 992 04o
4.016 35
13.276 73
8.526 05
1.032 91
2,352 70
3.426 46
2,716 83
10.494 51
2,5.5 94


0M .K

05 C

O 4
--


$1.290 29
85 72
337 73

72
733 73

84 41

111 93




40 82
850 55
117 30
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Jackson .....................................................
Jefferson .............. ........... ......... ...........
Lafayette .............................................
Lake............................... ................
Leeon ........ ......... ....................... ....
Leon ......................... ......................
Levy ..................... ....... ................ .. ..
Liberty............ .... ............................ .. ... .
M adison ........................... ...................
Manatee ................................... ....... ....
M arion........ ........... ... ......... ............
Monroe........ .................. ...... .
Nassau ............. ..... .......... ................
Orange. ........... ............................. ..
Osceola........ ................ ..........................
Pasco ............................. ............. ...
Putnam ................. ........................ ......
Polk .. ...... ........ .. ...................... ....
St. Johns ................... ................... ...
Santa Rosa ......................................
Sumter ............................................
Suwannee... ........... ..... ... ................... ...
Taylor....... ... ... ........... .. .. ............... ....
V olusia. .. ............... ........................ ....
Wakulla ......................... ..............
Walton........ .... ....... .... ...............
W ashington....... .............. ...........................


296,770 64 3,470 00 1,426 14 2,852 28...........
217,790 91 2,795 00 1,047 79 2,647 03 .........
... ......... .......... .......... ..... .. ..
664,363 79 8.312 50 3,195 22 5,885 91 94 20
............... 9,540 00 45 32 83 48 .........
252,740 2.900 00 1,214 29 3.323 32 .. ....
353,896 00 3,400 00 1 697 17 3,662 28 176 81
............. ... .. ... .... ..... ... ... .. .........
236 090 00 3,750 00 1.139 24 2,638 24.......

883,031 05 12,219 40 4,252 42 8,281 07 189 21
18,000 00 4,000 00 104 50 297 00 .........
652,791 00 7,546 00 3,136 60 8,584 38 ........
898,722 20 8,346 30 4,308 57 10.884 77 139 55
239,292 00 2.310 00 1,147 61 2,5386 83........
506 141 39 7.985 00 2.442 10 5.269 80 1,475 00
837,707 00 9.298 00 4.023 27 7,411 31 161 12
782,550 00 8,150 00 3.755 83 8,697 70 1,179 73
502,285 01 6,642 50 2.417 40 5,852 55.......
335.180 00 3,360 00 1.608 07 3,470 03...........
397.082 41 5,407 85 1,911 92 4,024 90.........
564,524 80 5,119 50 2705 82 6,40851 336 84

940,980 00 10,600 00 4,520 01 11,418 7 1,073 41
126,833 00 600 00 605 31 1,529 19.............
328,566 26 3,102 50 1,575 43 3.399 60.......
117,331 99 1,190 00 562 98 1,481 53 34 69

$18,547.535 95 $244,881 80$89,264 11 $210,294 31 8,013 7q


41 90




1,165 50









$1,207 40







Statement Showing Valuation of Real Estate for the Year 1898, by Counties, and the Taxes Assessed Thereonf.


Alachua ...............
Baker ........................
Bradford ............ ....
Brevard .... ..............
Calhoun. ...... ..........
C itrus ...... ...............
C lay.. ........ .. ..........
Columbia ..... ..........
Dade.................. .
DeSoto........................
D uval............ ........
Escambia ....... ..........
Franklin ............ .........
Gadsden ...... ..............
Hamilton ................
Hernando ............. ...
Hillsborough ......... ....


47433

35 o,751

1,036.195)
5091,457
7354931

481.229
579.702
1.897.417
462.,0)8
376.303
3:33,575
284,277
314,615
296,350
704 779


'1








22- r 1.59,450 612,790
6.963 32-2.318 20.050
So3







25 331 621,50, 160,970
5,60, 1.335,005 264,5953
1 0D3 498.162 6,845
5 34 8 1.519,4736 4613
6.90:3 323.318 20.050
25 331 631.5,)0 160,970
5,60;) 1.335.005 264,59.5
1 039 498.103 6,845
5334 824,730 46,138
4 667 508.605 233 20
71.192 723.596 3i9.365
4.291 1.223.076 288.864
8.850 1.0)7.110 254.140
5019 979.76O 5.260,740
3.236 753.360 2,242.440
514 151.170 498.510
31.747 4235570 117.080
30.820 428.550 110.600
7.589 597 6B0 71.470
29,028 1,949,260 3,660,910


2,132,240
312,368
782.470
1,599,600
505.007
870,874
741.805
1.041,961
1,511.940
1.261.250
6,249,500
2.995,800
649 680
572.650
539,150
669,130
5,610,200
'3I
C)
























5,610,200


0 1,2









1.627 96 5.821 23 81 78 ..
3,716 72 8.020 47 159 80
7,604:67 22,00268 .......
2,402 01 ..0..- ", -107 50 .
4 136 6-. 1 173238
3,536 95 11,13014 ...........
4.961 85 10,17769 43 40
7,181 78 18,89925 ........ ......
6.001 36 15.78365 652 32 ......
30.491 15 75,388 15 .........
14.241 28 38,207 29 .........
3086 9:~ 10,3948 ...
2.7200 4,867
2,560 9 5,1219 2183











3,18271 8.201047 1,0598027 .......
7,604 96 63,14708 15 .......
2,402 01 '.".* I 107 50.
4 136 6i ", i 1,33 38.
3,536950 11.13014... ..............
4.961 85 10,17769 4340.
7.181 78 18.89925
6.004 36 15.78365 652 3..
30.491 15 75,383 15...............
14.241 28 38,20739................
3.083 931 10,39483 ..... .. ...........
2.730 099 4,867532................
2.560 91 5.12197 218 82
3,183 71 8.20105 1,053 27.
36,674 91 63,14703 152 14.


CO UNTIls.









Holmes ..... ..... ... .......
Jackson ...................
Jefferson ............... ....
Lafayette....................
Lake................ ......
Lee........... ..........
Leon ............ .... ..
Levy .....................
Liberty..................
Madison ....... .......
Manatee... ...............
Marion ................. ....
Monroe .... .................
Nassau ............ ......
Orange...................
Osceola.....................
Pasco....................
Putnam ......... ...........
Polk....... .......... ....
St. Johns.......... ... ..
Santa Rosa.................
Sumter........... .........
Suwannee .. ................
Taylor...................
Volusia........ ..............
Wakulla ....................
W alton ........................
Washintgton ...............

Totals ............ ...


252.130 14,476i 289.4431 21,8601 311,303 1,483 49; 4,980201 3299
558,235 101.4071 878.915 165,619 1.044,534 4.961 54' 9,923 07 ........
371.023 104.716 733,360 225,680 959.040 4,559 22 11,50848 .............
643 003 10.693 521.210 9.240 530,450 2,519 63 6,630 63 ....
560,418 17,4871 1.144,755 504.870 1.649.625 7,857 82 14,456 36 630 25
1 573,103 1.225 901.283 183 980 1,085.263 5,16480 9,49539 ....
438,349 136.3751 927,650 569 740 1,497,390 7,117 85 19,46607 .........
604,725 17,690 621,055 65 870 686,925 3,26333' 7,04090 35189
613.970 1,876 280.186 8... 80,186 1,331 90 4.06361 ......
413.685 116,063 784.890 150,370 935.260 4,445 74 10.287 86........
794,081 6.799 924.095 154 245 1,078,340 5,12541 16,447 331 2,73930
790.725 .*, ; 2,190.290 789,110 2.979,400 14.188 71 27.577.09l 1.99451
10.814 ..........1 46,720 1.431.700 1.478,420 7.030 43 19.96406 ..........
403,471 4.174 334.597 684.812 1,019.409 4.846 88 13,254 51 ........
754,650 19.647i 1,430,025 999.930 '.'. 1:*.*. 11.567 60 29,159 46 381 66
1.115,622 3.304 791,710 201,120 992,830 4.70728 10,435 02........
470.707 6,228: 739,950 57.490 797,440 3,795 02 8.179.66 1,93588
428.707 13.145 1,067,780 687,880. 1,755,660 8.347 57 15.36398 147 28
1.093,849 13.954 1,553,210 ,549,080 2,102.290 10,009 23 23.125 19 2,73779
720.939 2.386 476,815 1,286,560 1,763.375 8.38612 20.278 601........
722.470 3.579 533.110 112.740 645,850 3.073 80 6,624 581..........
336.091 17,239 901.432 38 895 940.327 4,497 16 9.403 27i..............
402,121 57.925 526,850 181,540 708,390 3.376 061 7,976 81 577 63
381,522 6.113 374.170 ,990 381,160 1.812 51 5.717 40 ......
723.8322 9,35 1,010,620 832.000 1.842,620 8.773 402 2,111 44 2.185 94
379.212 17.593 255.792 7,132 262.924 1,249 95 3.155 28 .......
488,100 11,117 698.880 156,987 855,867 4.430 01 9,552 28........
698.242 14,608 676,734 101,922 778.656 3.711 371 9,76181 31793

26 192,575 1.04- .4AJ.- 1 "I : i '. ,' I '-.- :. ,; .' ..-, ', -- ; :;'.. -s..401 $19.464 33


711 43



1,608 55









$2,319 98









Statement showing valuation of Personal Property for the 'Year 1808, by Counties, and the Taxes assessed thereoti.

o ,
*0 e 00
0o 0 X 4 X

COUNTIES. o1 I = 1q
Ce U 0 4. E' CC t.
., e Ce 'a C li i Ce
a 0 001 w0


Alachua.............
Baker. .............
Bradford.............
Brevard ............
Calhoun.............
Citrus ...............
Clay.................
Columbia ..........
Dade ............
DeSoto .............. .
Duval .................
Escambia ............
Franklin ............
Gadsden ...........
Hamilton ..........
Hernando..........
Hillsborough ........


2,808
703
1,870
292
458
347
559
2.032
146
1 379
413
980
85
1.522
1.625
530
2,126


13,666
6,774
11,774
7,051
5.683
4.997
17,631
9,403
72
42.098
3.922
3.823
1.485
5.121
6.942
4,371
23,155


790 5,969 i
1,231 2.907
3.276 6 669
105 312
4,724 5,817
1,692 1,107
785 3.596
1,302 9,206
6 3
1.839 6 939
307 983
3,960 1,647
62 386
1,540 5,630
931 10 254!
1.149 1,749
2,571 5,524


180,960$ 448,770 $ 629.730 $ 2.991 36$ 10.7533C $ 376 78 ....
66.688 75.075 141,763 673 62 2.410 69 42 30 ........
135489 204,111 339.600 1.61310 4.687 90 62 18........
35,465 186,010 221.475 1.05442 4,31304..............
61,677 50 173 111,850 531 36 1.872 98 5 56........
28,097 77.041 105,138 499 40 1.677 38 212 73 ......
63.810 61.415 125,225 595 51 2 639 76 ... .... .......
156.980 277,090 434,070 2.057 53 6,66215 21 36 .....
5.933 193,661 199.594 948 11 3,184 93 ...........
222,635 218.475 441.110 2,097 56 7.042 99 222 21......
41,820 1.241,264 1.283,084 6,098 34 24.277 93..............
53,940 845.110 899.050 4.275 42 14.75284.... ........
13295 184.615 197.910 94076 4,061 56.......
92.349 138 201 230.5:0 1.095 11 3 342 67 ....
116243 171,457 287.700 1,36659 4.110 12 129 13 ...:
35.725 49 595 85,320 405 90 1.528 10 163 7 .......
165,170 1,025,840 1,191,010 566262 15.615 33 50 10......






Holmes................
Jackson ..........
Jefferson...... ........
Lafayette...... .......
Lake ..............
Lee.. ..................
Leon.. .............
Levy ...............
Liberty............
Madi-on... .......
Manatee ..............
Marion ...... .......
Monroe ............
Nassau ..............
Orange..... ............
Osceola..............
Pasco............. .....
Putnam,.............
Polk.. ..............
St. Johns............
Santa Rosa............
Sumter...... .. ..
Suwannee.... .....
Taylor... .......
Volusia ....... .....
W akulla ............
Walton.............
Washington...........


192
3.314
2,396
732
944
278
1,817
1,328
281
2,192
798
3,390
172
739
1,381
398
897
993
1.601
762
1,041
1,319
2,280
532
1,086
627
755
1,064


Total.. ........... 51784


5 082
12,204
5,513
10.998
5,587
17,993
6,157
10,270
3,696
7,104
16,907
16,629
44
9,231
9,263
37,783
6.940
8,001
30,657
7,004
9,210
10,887
9.99M
10,093
10,592
5,566
8,016
10,148

469.542


8,1t6 7.669
4.349 17.245
1,026! 10.642
2011 6.048
641 2,130
3 845
1668 5,424
750 3,453
1,092 2,625
821 9,711
1.947 3,184
4,886 10,714

2,194 3,807
150 1,706
2,891 1,315
476 2.616
10 1,950
3,874 6,811
132 1,403
15,720 2,445
1,522 4,590
320 7,777
468 7,562
1,810 3,002
666 4,674
18,513 5,886
11,454 12705

110,353 216,637


72.071
222,025
166,047
84,645
59,900
85.959
131,130
96.345
33,674
133,145
100 833
214,000
9,56U
104.549
89 070
168.686
64.895
88,425
226.740
63,755
114.212
106 353
138,700
82.341
93,050
53,065
105,049
115,225

$ 4,499,725


72,619
248,792
208.593
32,415
179,330
90,895
298,120
104 945
16,682
274 505
145.912
402,640
324 19(1
218.224
388,735
116,524
75,95;~
223,25?
388,40(
225,80G
309,13'4
100,845
237,305
32,129
219.400
42,391
170,406
144,120

$10.740.167


144,690
470,817
374.640
117.060
239.230
176.854
429,250
201.290
50,356
407,650
246,745
616,640
333,750
32,3773
477,805
285,210
140,850
311,680
615,140
289,555
423,349
207.198
376.005
114,470
312.450
95,456
275,455
259,345

$15.239,892


68 03 3,Si9 12 2 61 ....
2,236 38 7.50176 .. ......
1.782 48' 7 864 68..... .... .....
556 04 2.083 5 ...............
1,13808 3.38925 131 09 .......
840 55 1.891 96 ........ .....
2,042 04 694925 .. ..........
956 15 2.70744 169 56 ....
239 15 96825 ....... .......
1,939 21 6.406 15 ... ........
1.172 07 4,37032 636 88 .......
2,936 38 8.74045 498 50 .....
1,586 11 5,429 89 .....
1,58447 5,03738 ..... 138 40
2,27225 7.224 68 55 27............
1,34958 3.505 56 ............
670 17 1,44472 373 10.... ..
1.481 23 3,965 71 ..............
2.95 51 8,172 54 760 95 13 205
1,382 43 4,61973........ ......
2,011 81 5.28434 ........ .....
995 54 2.925 98..............
1,790 61 5.93082 459 86 ...
54455 2 282 05....... .
1,486 27 4,387 476 36.
453 69 2.545 36.... .....
1,307 92 3,751 88... ......
1.23260 4,39674 157 99 .......

$ 72 458 01 $240.230 331$ 5,076 89 $ 70 45









Statement from Assessment Rolls of 1898, Showing the Total Assessed Valuation of all Real and Personal
Property, Including Railroads and Telegraph Lines, by Counties.


COUNTIES.


Alachua ......................... ........ ............. .
Baker ....................... .. ......... ...............
Breva rd ... .................. .........................
Calhoun .............................................. ..
Citrus ........ ... .........................................
Clayi...................................................
Columbia................ ...................
D ade.. .... ..... ... ...............................
D eSoto........ ........ ..... ........... .........
Duval... ............ ........... ...............
Escambia......... ......... ....... ... ..........
Franklin ............ .............. ...................
Gadsden................ ........ ..............
Hamilton ..... .. ............. ........ ......
Hernando........ ....................................
Hillsborough ............... ......................


o









2 1 ...:!,,
342,368
782,470
1,599,600
505,007
870,874
741.805
1.011.961
1.511,940
1.261,2350
6,249.5001
2.995,8001
649.680
572,650
539.150
669.130
5 610,200


". 1,081.401 00
11,;,,. 178,828 00
339.600 444,565 00
221.475 767,668 05
11r,850 ...... ........
105,138 323,561 00
125,225 349,184 00
434.070 541,910 92
199,594 627,284 00
441,110 315.008 00
^-a














1,283 084 1.114.430 00

899,050 660 542 00
197,910 63,926 83
230.550 273,003 00
287.700 444,56.881 00
231.475 767,668 05









85.320 219,309 ... 70
105,138 323,5471 00
135,2325 349,184 00
434.070 541,910 92
199,594 627,284 00
441,110 315.008 00
1,283 084 1.114.430 00
899,050 660 542 00
197,910 63,926 83
230,550 273,003 00
287.700 356.881 00
85.320 219,309 70
1.191,010 922,471 00


0


3a




b-1


13.567 30
3,120 00
4 039 00
10.608 50
1 60 00
6.040 00
4,635 00
5.682 20
129 79 00
6 300 00
15.503 00
8,167 00
630 00
3,785 00
3,800 00
2.471 25
10,374 00


$ 3,856.938 80
669 079 00
1,570 674 00
2.599,351 55
618.537 00
1,305 616 00
1,220,849 00
2.023.624 12
2,350.897 00
2 023,668 01
8.662,517 00
4,563,559 00
912.146 83
1.079,988 C0O
1,187,531 00
976,230 95
7,734,055 00
$ 3,856.938 30
669 079 00
1,570 674 00
2.599,351 55
618.537 00
1,305 616 00
1,220,849 00
3.023.624 13
2,310 897 00
2 023,668 Oi0
8.663,517 00
4,563,559 00
91,.146 83
1.079.988 (O
1,187,531 00
976,230 95
7,734,055 00





H olm es................ ................ .. ...... .. 311,303 144.690
Jackson ......................... ............ .. 1,044.534 470,817
Jefferson ................... .. ....... ......... ....... 939,040 374,640
Lafayette................ ......................... 530.450 117.060
Lake.................................................. 1,640,625 239.230
Lee....................... .... ... ....... ........... 1,085,263 176.854
Leon.......................:.... ........ ............. 1,497,390 429.250
Levy ................... ........................ ....... 686,925 201.290
Liberty................... ...... ...................... 280.18 50,356
Madison ........... .... .................... ........ 935.260 4(7.650
Manatee................................ ............. 1,078.34" 246.745
Marion. .............. .............................. 2,979.400 616,610
Monroe............. .............. .......... ......... 1,478,420 333,750
Nassau .............................................. 1,019.409 322,773;
Orange....................................... ....... 2,429.9355 477.t031
Osceola....... ............. .. .. ................ 992,830 285,210
Pasco ................................... .... .......... 797.440 140.350
Putnam ............ ....................... .......... 1,755.660 3.6
Polk.............. ... ... ........................... 2,102.290 615,140
St. Johns .......................................... 1,73,375 289,555
SantaRosa ....................... .... .. ............ 64 ,850 423.348J
Sumter..................................... .......... 940,327 207.109
Suwannee................ ......................... 708.3 376.00.
Taylor.......... ....................................... 1.1 114.470
Volusia ................ ........... ....... 1842.620 312,4r50
Wakulla ................................... ....... 262.94 95.4
W alton .......... .......... .................... ... 8 ,8 7 275,455
Wash ington.......................................... 778,656 259,345

$ 59,868.-. Il 15.230.892


154 890 00
.296 770 64
217,700 91

664.363 79

252,740 00
353,896 00
.... .... ..
2369000 00

883.031 05
18 000 00
652.791 00
898,722 20
239.292 00
500,141 39
837.707 00
782.550 00
502,285 01
835,180 00
397.082 41
561,524 SO

940.980 00
126 883 00
328.566 26
117,331 91J

S18.547.535 !


2.336 001
3.470 00'
2,795 00

8,312 50
9.540 00
2.900 00
3.400 00
.... .. ...
3,750 00(

12.219 40
4.000 00
7,.546. 00
8.346 30
2.110 00
7.985 00
9.298 00
8.150 00
6 642 50
3,360 00
5,407 85
5.119 50

10.600 00
600 00
3.102 50
1.190 00

4 tt O~i1 GU\I.


I/


613 239 00
1.815,591 64
1,554,26. 91
647.510 00
2.561,531 29
1,271.657 00
2,182,280 00
1,245,511 00
330.542 00
1,5M2.750 00
1.325.085 00
4,491.290 45
1.834,170 00
2.002,519 00
3,814.828 50
1.519.642 00
1,452,416 39.
2.914.345 00
3,508,130 00
2.561,857 51
1.407.739 00
1,550.015 26
1.654.039 30
495 630 00
3.106 650 00
485 813 00
1.462,990 76
1.156.523 99

3 93,900.823 75


. .. 244.881 80












Statement from Assessment Rolls Showing the Gross Amount of State, County, School Sub-district and Road
Sub-district Taxes Assessed for the Year 1898, and the Amount of License Taxes Collected, by Counties.


COUNTIES.


c~d 0"0 X


rj 0


'I)
103
Vm



-C oxh m
ced


Alachua. ........... .............................
Baker....... ............. ...............
Bradford .........................................
Brevard........................ ................
Calhoun ................................. .......
Citrus .........................................
Clay ........................... ..............
Columbia ..... .... ............ ........ .... .
Dade................... ............ .........
DeSoto........ ............................
Duval......................... ....................
Escam bia ................................................
Franklin ...................... .. .........
Gadsden ........ ......................
H am ilton.............................................
Hernando................... ... ..................
Hillsborough.......................................


$5,824 65
103 84
806 75i
2,169 99
47 00
200 92
708 75
2,485 26
4.870 44
404 68
32.933 89
16,418 43
3,881 26
2,005 96
491 33
172 00
35,272 74


$43,025 38 $2,897 94
11,325 04 209 80
17,300 53 559 71
37.017 04 ........
7,440 99 161 78
13.682 16 2,678 84
19,077 18 ........
22,178 88 149 17
30,076 2 .......
26,842 99 986 46
112.936 81 .......
61,486 18 .......
15,489 35.......
10,562 89 ..... ..
12,658 55 388 77
12,445 98 1,566 61
89,256 87 319 54


'

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''"'''''




"'"

'
"'
''''"'








H olm es ...... ........ ........... ..
Jackson.......... .......................... .
Jefferson............... ...... .... .......... ..
Lafayette.......................................
Lake ............. ........
Lee. .......... ... ................. ........
Leon..................... ................ ......
Levy .... ....................... ......... ....
Madison ..................................... .......
Ma oatee.........................................
Marnatee.....................................
M arion.... ... ...... ....................... .........
Monroe ........................................
N assau.............................................
Orangeo.....................................
Osceola....... ... .................... ... ...... .....
Pasco...........................................
Putnam........................... .............. .
Polk..anta Rosa. ...................... .............
St. Johns......... ..................... ........
Santa Rosa............. ... ......
Suannee.................. ..................
Taylor .......................................
Volusia .................. .....
Wakulla.......... ....... ... ..........

W ashington .............. ............ ....
From Insurance Companies................. ....
From Insurance Agents.................... .. ..
From Express Company.......................... .


613,389 00
1,815,591 64
1,554.265 91
647,51o 00
2,561,531 29
1.271.657 00
2.182.280 00
1.245,511 00
330,542 00
1,582.750 00
1.325,085 n0
4.491.290 45
1,834,170 00
2.002,519 00
3.814,828 50
1,519,642 00
1,452.416 39
2,914,345 00
3,508,130 00
2,561,857 51
1,407,739 00
1.550,015 26
1,654,039 30
495,630 00
3,106,650 00
485,813 00
1,462.990 76
1,156.522 99


$93,900,823 751$


Auction Tax, $454.63.


2,918 44
8.624 06
7,389 49
3.075 67
12,191 12
6.050 67
10,374 18
5.916 65
1.571 05
7.524 19
6.297 48
21,377 51
8,721 04
9.517 95
18,148 42
7,204 47
6.907 29
13,852 07
16,690 57
12.185 95
6.693 68
7,404 62
7.872 49
2.357 06
14,779 68
2,308 95
7.313 36
5.506 95



447,604 88


$1,


:17? 00
2,071 10
1,397 25
80 25
634 58
167 76
2.518 44
368 32
69 00
1.572 17
526 42
3.634 74
9,282 01
4.355 76
1,296 33
832 66
244 35
3,489 15
1,085 75
6.841 26
1,964 89
288 84
1,116 67
42 75
990 91
144 02
261 10
854 20
16.250 00
9.610 00O
2,500 00

82,915 57


11.015 26
20,277 11
22.020 19
8,713 88
23,731 52
11,470 83
29,738 64
13,410 62
5,031 86
19.332 25
20,817 65
44,598 61
25,690 95
26,876 27
47,268 91
16.477 41
14,894 18
26,741 00
39.995 43
30.750 88
15,378 95
16,354 15
20,316 14
7,999 45
37,917 81
7,229 83
16.703 76
15,640 08


............920
$1.139,208 65


$32.554 981$3,797 83


58 68



855 54


698 26


3,376 18
2,682 22

576 48

3,783 98
308 40
4,678 47


1.373 83

3,735 71


510 61
..... ...


. .......




..........






891 73




2,906 10












STATEMENT Showing the Expenses Payable by the State for
JuRoRs, and for WITNESSES BEFORE TIIE GRAND JURY,
for the year 1897, by Counties, and Judicial Circuits; as
shown by PAY ROTLs, and statements rendered by the
Clerks of Circuit, Criminal and County Courts:
Expensess by Expenses by
Counties. Circuits.
First Judicial Circuit:
Santa Rosa ..................... 1,782 15
Walton .......................... 1,461 80
Escambia.................... .. 4,711 65
Holmes ................ ......... 1,369 74
Jackson .................. ..... 3,234 80
W ashington ........... ....... 1,831 70- 814,391 84

Second Judicial Circuit:
Gadsden ........................ 2,127 15
Liberty ......................... 4605 30
Calhoun ........................ 647 20
Franklin ........................ .. 40
Leon ........................... 2,169 40
W akulla ........................ 828 00
Jefferson ....................... 896 90- 7,989 35.

Third Judicial Circuit:
3 -I i -, .n......... .. .. ... ....... 1,394 70
Taylor ......................... 386 45
Lafayette.............. ...... .. 1,121 70
Hamilton............ ...... .... 2,233 40
Snwannee...................... 1,667 95
Columbia ................ .. .. 657 65- 7,461 85

Fourth Judicial Circuit:
N assau ........ ................ 600 70
Duval ............... ......... 4,687 50
Baker .......................... 282 35
Bradford ....................... 673 90
Clay ........................... 380 35
St. Johns................. ..... 428 20- 7,053 00(












Fifth Judicial Circuit:
Putnam ........ .............. 1,200
A lachua ................ ...... ...','
Levy ...... ............. ...... 844
M arion................... .... 3,'%1 6
Sum ter.......... ....... ....... 891
C itrus .... ............ ........ 675
IIernando ...... .. ........ 568

:Sixth Judicial Circuit:
IIillsborough ................ 5,190
Manatee.... ..... ... .. ... .* 747
Polk........... ...... ....... 2,115
M onroe .............. .......... 1.282
DeSoto ........................ 1,613
Pasco............... ........ 1,309
L e .. .... .... .... ... .. ......... 4 89


Seventh Judicial Cire lit:

Volusia ............ ..........
B1 revard ...... .. .... .... .... ....
O range ................ ........
D ade .................... .....
Osceola ....... ...............
Lake .............. ..........


1,425
849
1,155
1,307
969
1,119


30
55
40
10
35
40
00- 10,394 10



65
95
40
3)
50
60
80- 12,749 20


40
10

85
65


90-


Feed of jurors......................... ....


,S620 90

8I 6.'6 24
S 703 20

867,569 44


The above represents the actual expenses incurred in 1897,
which were paid in part by Warrants issued in 1897, an I the
balance by Warrants issued in 1898.










78


STATEMENT Showing the Expenses Payable by the State for
JURORS, and for WITNESSES BEFORE TIE GRAND JURY,
for the year 1898, by Counties, and Judicial Circuits; as;
shown by the PAY ROLLS, and statements rendered by the
Clerks of Circuit, Criminal and County Courts:

Expenses by Expenses by
Counties. Circuits.


First Judicial Circuit:
Santa Rosa ................... $1,425
W alton ........................ 1,351
Escambia ............ .......... 3,281
Holmes... : ......... .. ......... 981
Jackson ........................ 3,848
W ashington ..................... 990


Second Judicial Circuit:
Gadsden .......................
Liberty ........................
Calhoun .......................
Franklin .......................
Leon...........................
W akulla .......................
Jefferson .......................

Third Judicial Circuit:

Madison ................... ....
Taylor .........................
Lafayette .......................
H am ilton ............ .... ......
Suwannee......................
Columbia. ................ .....

Fourth Judicial Circuit:

N assau ................... ...
Duval. .....................
Baker........... ............
Bradford .......................
Clay ................ .... ......
St. Johns ........ ........... ..


60
30
20
30
55
15--11,878 10-


1,335 75
198 05
685 20
719 80
2,345 50
545 55
1,128 80-



994 50
655 65
1,728 13
2,052 90
1,417 55
2,398 15-



562 50
2,471 95
348 35
802 45
348 70
382 80-


6,958 65








9,246 88.








4,916 75.








79

Fifth Judicial Circuit:
Putnam .... ................... 1,375 70
Alachua............ ........... 2,387 60
Levy.......... ............... 562 40
Marion ...... ................ 3,301 45
Sumter......................... 856 55
Citrus ........... ..... ..... 804 25
Hernando...................... 659 35- 9,947 30

Sixth Judicial Circuit:
IHillsborough ................... 3,362 40
Manatee.. ............ .......... 993 35
Polk................ ......... 1,433 85
M onroe ........................ 1,042 25
DeSoto............... ........: 1,231 95
Pasco ................... ...... 815 25
Lee ............................ 506 95- 9,386 00

Seventh Judicial Circuit:
Volusia.................... .... 1,194 10
Brevard ........................ 575 30
Orange......................... 1,012 40
Dade ................... ....... 1,327 60
Osceola ........................ 200 00
Lake ........................... 645 95- 4,955 35

$57,289 03
Feed of jurors ............................... 577 75

$57,866 78

The above represents the actual expenses incurred in 1898,
which were paid in part by Warrants issued in 1898, and the
balance will be paid by Warrants issued in 1899.









80


LIST OF DISABLED SOLDIERS Receiving Pensions
from the State Under section 568 to 571, inclusive, of the
Revised Statutes of Florida.


Name of Pensioners. Name of Catain o Reiment
Sof the Company


County.


Alachua....












Baker .....








Bradford...









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


Capt P B H Dudley
L A Hardee...
Tillman Ingram
George Langford


7th Florida
3d Florida
7th Florida
4th Florida


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


J W Pearson..
B Smith......
Company F......
A P Mooty....
Company A ....
Conner ......
G Vanzant ....


Oclawaha R
20th N Car
tli Florida
9 h Florida
7th Regt
47th Georgia
5th Florida


Jacob Link..........
Samuel ti Wienges...
William T Richardson
John T Hazel- ......
Julia Ann Hall, wid.
of Nathan Hall.....
Calvin W aits ..........
Mary E Caldwell, wid
of R A Caldwell....
Turner J Grilfin....
Joseph Gill ........
John Bates..........
Nicholas J Barry ....
Joshua Spear ... ...
Hugh Brown .......
Emily Godwin, wid of
James Godwin.....
James M Hodges.....
Harriet Crews, wid ot
Samuel Crews ...
Mary Davis, wid of
John C Davis......
Martha Long, wid of
James Long.......
John Addison .......
Caroline Barry, wid
of W F Barry .....
George W Teston ....
Judson H Vining'....
Green B Goodman...
Ira Sturgess............
John Croft.........
John W Kellum.....
William A Varnes......
John Groves .......
John Robert Field....
Louisa Coleman, wid!
of Moses Coleman
Sarah C Carter, widi
of Elisha W Carter!
Robert N Batten....
Louisa A Thomas wid&
of William 'Ihomasl
G W Broer .........
Nancy Thomas, wid
of J A Thomas....
Mary E Stokes, widi


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


1st Florida
2rl Georgia
29th Georgia
1st Fla Cav
4th Florida
7th Florida
3d Florida
7th Florida
Finigan's B
1st Georgia


DJMcLeod.... Co F, Ga

J A Summerlin 1st Fla Cav
G W Call...... 2d Florida

Mays.:... ..... 2d Fla Bat
T S Means.... 1st Florida

May's Company 2d Fla Bat


G Vmazant .... 5th Florida
Company D...... 1st Fla Cav

John Harvey.. 1st Fla Cav.

John Harvey. 1st Fla Cav

Felix Simmons 8th Florida
J C Richards.. 10th Florida










81



County. jName of Pensioner. Nhe oaptan Regiment.


Clay........ of Harry Stokes...
T J C Geer........
MarvL lcMulllen.wid
of Henry C McMullen
Calhoun.... William Ayers......
Newton Yen ......
Elizabeth lanna.wid
of Hamilton Hanna
Martha J Beck, wid
of W H Beck ......
S J McClellan, wid of
P J McClellan....
M S Poore.........
Columbia .. James R C Kmght..
David .ordlan.... ..
T A Hutchinson ....
SarahA Douglass,wid
of James Douglas
Susan Davis. wid of
George Davis......
E G Rogerson.......
Samuel A Cothran...
Jane HLangford,wid
of F M Langford..
Allyphaire Milligan,
wid of J Milligan...
Joel K Niblack......
Charity Johnson, wid'
of W Johnson.......
William J Wynn ..
Susan Rowan. wid ofl
J R Rowan..........
Esther Niblick. wid
of James S Niblack
VW H Lon ..........
Allen Sauls......... -
Deborah A Witt, wid!
of James S Witt...1
Shelton G Kinard...
Irving G Kinard....
Julia F Garrard, wido
of J A Garrad.....
Citrus...... James W Johns.. .
E K Carter........
DeSoto..... L A Turner, wid oft
J W Turner.;.....!
Sarah Ann N Lanier.
wid of F M Lanier,
Joseph Powell.......
Abel M C ester....
Duval........ W il;iam C O'Neal....


Capt E Carroll's Co. 10th Florida
Garrett Vinzant 5th Florida


J J Daniels....
J H Ellis .....
W Gregory....


2d Florida
1st Fla Bat
Col H'y Reg


R A Walker.. 9th Florida

Gregory .... .. th Florida


S A Cawthorn.
E H Shackelford
J Q Stewart...
A J T Wriht..
Jesse S Wood..


6th Florida
6th Georgia
10th Florida
2d Florida
3d Florida


G H Hunter... 9th Florida


John M Pons..
\VR Moor.....
William Jay...


Sth Florida
2d Florida
14th So Car


Garrett........ 5th Florida

Vinzant ... ... 5th Florida
G Vitzant..... 5th Florida

John Bryant.. 10th Florida
N A Carswell.. 3d Georgia

G H Hunter... 9th Florida

G Vinzant..... 5th Florida
Vinza.nt .... 5th Florida
FJ Clark ...... d Fla Cav


M I COx.......
Company A...
A Roberts.....

J C Chambers.
N S Cob ....
Dasier.. ....


Scott'sCav B
1st Fla Cav
1st Fla Cav

9th Ala
1st Florida
26th Georgia


J HIIkins....... ad Florida

[lollyman. ... 5th Florida
Company B.... 5th Florida
Company D.... 17th Georgia
L A Hai dee...... 3d Florida














County. Name of Pensioner. Nam o in


Duval...... Alexander B Harvey
Elizabeth C Silcox
wid of Wade Silcox
James Ellison,......
P B Bedford........
James C West.......
W R Bowden........
Colon Thomas.......
Conner Roberts.......
Susan Warren. wid
of James Warren..
Suian Ann Houston,
wid of L C Houston
Caroline M Hartley,
wid of GA Harley
Nancy Youngblood,
wid of JYoungblood
Margarie Ann Carter,
wid of Levi H Carter
Louisa R Johnson.
wid of F A Johnson
Mrs S M Lloyd, wid
of W H Lloyd.....
W H Houston......
Fred S McLeary ...
Jesse Tyre ........
Escambia... E H Sweat........
Mary G Barclay, wid
of David Barclay..
Thos Lisco .........
John B Brown......
John E Jordan......
Frank Marques.....
Franklin.... Joshua T Kemp....
L J Walden.......
Amos R Sharit......
Celia Ann Harrison,
wid of J R Harrison
Hannah ABlackwell,
wid of W R Blackwell
Gadsden.... Moses Lambert ....
James B Nelson...
Thos J Peavy........
J PPoythress .......
IMary A Cannon, wid
Sof J C Cannon .....
Elizabeth P Shepard,
wid of W AShepard
Martha A Roland,
wid of S C Roland..
J W Edenfield......
Fontaine H Shepard


tie company.

Capt A Doggett ... 3d Florida


John M Pons..
John I Pens..
Company B....
L A Hardee....
A Dougett....
John Wescott..
Company J....

John Starke....

A A Ochas....

W escott........


8th Florida
8th Florida
50th Ga Vol
3d Florida
3d Florida
Brevard Bat
8th Florida

2d Florida

21st Florida

1st' Florida


Company B.... 7tth Florida

A Drysdale ... 3d Florida

Pons .......... 8th Florida


Company B....
Holmes Steele
W H Dial......
Asa J Stewart
Wm P Fowler..

A D McCaskill
Lee.......... ..
J F MoClelland
C Thigpen....

C L McKinnon
RH M Davidson
WE Cripp....


1st Fla Cav
3d Florida
4th Florida
10th Florida
24th Ala

61st Ala
33d Ala
2d Florida

10th Miss
1st Florida
6th Florida
1st Florida,


E W Moise... 7th Ga Cav

Frierson ...... 3d Florida
R A Waller.... 3th Florida
S B Love........ th Florida
Mitchell .... .. 29th Georgia
Wm Robinson 25th La

J C Evar s..... 6th Florida

T M Mickler.... Hope's Bat

Blocker ..... 2d Florida
C A Gee.... .. 4th Florida
RHM Davidson 6th Florida














County. Name of Pensioner. Nae of Captain of Regiment.
the Complnany.

Gadsden.... John W Scott....... Capt Jno W Webb.. 9th Georgia.
BA Kemp ...... J C Evans... 6th Florida
Pamelia A Gregory,
wid of WT Gregory Gregory ........ 6th:[Florida
Rosanna S Taylor,wid
-of John M Taylor... R A Waller.... 8th Florida.
Benj C Collins....... R A Waller.... 8th Florida.
tirvant Walsh ....... G W Scott.... 2d Fla Cav
James A Barr...... W T Gregory.. 5th Florida.
Laura W McDonald.
wid of WMcDonald Bassett........ Uth Florida
Jacob R ker, Jr....... H K Simmons2d Fla Cav
John M Thomas....... W B Malone.. 6th Florida
Melissa M McPhaul.
Wid of H McPhaul R H M Davidson 6th Florida.
John J Cowin...... R H M Davidson 6th Florida
Hamilton.... C J Cribb............. S A Finley.... 64th Georgia,
Lucretia Keen, wid
of D Keen.. .... JF Tucker ... 9th Florida.
Alex Royals......... Jno Frmk....... 5th Florida
Wm Belote.............. A J Stewart...... 2d Florida
Andrew J Dempse... E I West........ 1st Fla Bat
W DBellamy........ J J Daniel.... Cons Fla
Benj F Jackson...... JK Stewart.... 8th Florida
Melvina Raulerson.
widof EliasRaulerson G Vinzant .... 5th' Florida.
B Moody............ WStephens .. 2d Fla Cav
David Hurst........ Ben Kendrick.. 55thGeorgia
John W Grantham. H F York..... BullocksR'g
Sarah Ann Waters.
wid of W Waters.. .................. 4th Fla Bat
Emma Roberts, wid
of David Roberts. F Peck... .. lth Flirida
Martha Mobley, wid
of Sam E Mobley.. C F Cone...... st Fla. Cay
Sarah A E Miller, wid
of Timothy Miller C F Jenkins.. 10th Florida.
John B McLeod.... Gettes....... .... 7th Florida
Nancy Bass, wid of
Benj Bass......... Hull.......... 1st Fla Cav
Martha Ann Fennell.
wid of Jas Fennell John W Frink 5th Florida
Mary A Williams,wid
of John RWilliams Thos Scott.... 26thGeorgia.
Catherine Barton,wid
of Newell Barton.. Willey.... ... 5th Georgia.
Reuben H Johns.... John Harvey.. 1st Fla Cav
Hernando... clarion W Page... AJLea .... 5th Florida
Littleton Hurst...... F Langford...... 3d Florida
Hillsboro'.. Georgia A Miranda. John Martin.. Mar LtAr
wid of ThosE Miranda
N B Ellis............ Jno Frink..... 5th Florida
Sarah Jane Griffin..














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

Hillsboro' .. wid of F M Griffin Capt Leslie ...... 4th Florida
John Week4 ........ H L Mitchell. 4th Florida
Nancy Davis, wid of
Elisha Davis ... P Bird........ 11th Florida
Enoch D Allen...... George Duncan 25th Georgia
Lizzie R Walker, wid
of E G Walker.... A P Butler.... st So' Caro
Rebecca Barnett, wid
of Jas Barnett.... R B Smith... 7th Florida
Nancy A Lewis, wid
of Asa Lewis...... J A Edwards.. 61st Georgia
Mlary Miley, wid of
James Miiey...... D Hughes ..:... st Florida
E R Clinkscales.... Jno Miotts..... 6th So Caro
Mrs E M Hall, wid of
Wm i M Hall..... J J Dickinson.. 2d Florida
Nathan Odom......... A J Lea...'.. 5th Florida
Elizabeth Stafford,
wid of C Stafford.. Gettes ....... 7th Florida
Wim O Simmons.... Izard .... .... 1th So Car
Richard TCaddin.... JJ Wescott ... llth So Car
Frances A Dykes, wid
of J H Dykes...... CAGee.......... 4th Florida
Allen J Hopson ......... J TLeslie... .. Florida Brig
Nancy A Wynn, wid
of R E Wynn ...... P Dudley. .... 7th Florida
Jam is J Blanton.... S P Spencer.... 20th Ga Cav
John W Matchett ... John R Mizell.. 7n 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
Joel F Gramling.... Company' D".. 5th Florida
hIolmes .... Jas S Hickman......... James McOrey.. = Alabama
Warren D Jackson Blackford...... 50th Ala
Frances J Free, wid
of W J Free.......... J W Jackson.. 59thAla
Elizabeth Lewis, wid
of H1 H Lewis. .. Iutt .......... 6th Ala
Jonah Shy............. T Smith .... 6th Ala
D C Standley....... Hagens........ 5th Ala
Ambrose Gilman ..... Cooper ........ 33d Ala
Elizabeth McCrean,
wid of J McCrean Bassett .... .. 6th Florida
Jasper N Harris ... H N Hagan.... Cti Florida
Mary Everett, wid of
Henry Everett.... H N Hagan.... 6th Florida
Jackson.... Mrs MahalaPlair,wid
of T F Pl4ir........ J F McClellan 2d Florida
J W Basford ...... MN Dickinsor.. 4th Florida
S S Basford........ M N Dickinson. 4th Florida
Jos M Lockhart...... Walt Robinson. llth Florida
Jane Taylor, wi.l of













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

Jackson.... Wm Taylor......... Capt J F McClellan.. 2d Florida
William Ward...... Jennirg ....... Clavton's R
Joseph T Allen...... J F McClellan.. 2d Florida
John T Davidson.... Thos Smith... 6th Ala
Susan E Liddon. wid
of B G Liddon.... Jas Reid... .... 3d Georgia
John C Tidwell...... Robinson ....... 11th Florida.
Wmn Sketoe.......... Wm Peters. ... 5th Florida
Saluta A Coonrod.
wid of J H Coonrod A B Gracis..... 6th Florida
James A Sills.......... M N Dickinson.. 4th Florida
Bar ara Shouppe,wid
of Casper Shouppe. James Jackson.. 45th Ala 2
Eliza Dykes, wid of
Moses Dykes ...... J M White...... 6th Florida
John C Kemp......... Attaways ..... th Florida
Geo T Denham ...... T B Fagan.......15th Ala
Elizabeth Suinmerlin,
wid of J Sum merlin Lane ............ 4th Florida
Melvina Dyl ss, wid
of Ienry Dykes... Thos E Clark.. 8th Florida
Susan F Cook, wid of
Hardy Cook........ L M Attaway.. 6th Florida
Dorcns T Crok, wid
of BB Cook ....... Gracev........... th Florida
Mary A Jacobs, wid
ot Wm A Jacobs.. Company F. .. 11th Florida.
Ann Judson Wilson,
wid of J F Wilson. II O Bassett ... 6th Florida
Sarah J Peacock, wid
of AbralamPeacockj G W Bassett.... llth Florida.
Mary Pitman, wid of
H RPitman...... .. Chisholm. ...... 5th Fla Bat
Nancy J Brannan,wid
of John Brannan... Cooper...... ... 31 Ala
Samuel Thorp........ T E Clark.... 8th Florida
Mary S Garrett, wid
of Henry K Garrett Hays........... 6th Florida
Mary J White, wid of
John White........ A B McLeod.... 1st Florida
Deborah A McPherson
wid of A McPherson R I-I H Davidson 6th Florida
Mary Adams. wid of
Riley Adams....... Floyd .......... ...
John W Johnson..... H B Grace ..... 6ti Florida.
Jefferson ... Joshua Duncan...... D B Bird., ..... 3d Florida
Rebecca Grubbs, wid
of John Grubbs.... Wiley Warwick 1st Fla Res
Sarah Bridgman, wid
of Geo Bridgman... W C Bird...... 1st Florida
Susan Johns, wid of
J M Johns.......... William Bailey. 5th Flo.ida.
W G Denham ...... A P Amaler.... 1st Florida













County.

Jefferson...



























Liberty.....




Lee...... .




Leon.....


Name of Penionr. Name of Captain of Regiment.
I the Company.

3 E Cole, wid Ot J W
Cole .......... .. Capt William Bailey 5th Florida
Patrick Coniff ...... G W Parkill.. 2d Florida '
Kiartin Kinsey...... A Z Bailey.... 5th Florida
foel EWalker ..... C Bird .... 1st Florida
Archibald Lacy..... William Bailey 5th Florida
Hilary Bishop....... William Bailey 5th Florida
W A Hamrick...... William Bailey 5th Florida
C E Merriman. widof
G H Merriman.... P Sheffield.... 50th Ga
J Bradley McLeod... W Footman... tst Cavalry
Chas P Wheeler..... P Bird... ... 1Oih Florida
John D Taylor...... Apipleby L-e.. 4hiSCarCav
John 11 Hagen.... P B Bird.. .10th Florida
Those P Williams .... G W Reynolds 29th Miss
Mrs. C. C. Hamilton,
wid of AJ Hamilton Company G ... 3d Ga Vol
L HE Spratt.......... Partridge. ..............
Mrs. F A Nalley, wid
of Peter Nalley .. Gamble ....... -Artillery
E C Rowell. wid of
John C Rowell ... AZ Bailey.... 5th Florida
Carrie P Bird, wid of
P BBird ....... Maj r of.. ... 11th Florida
James W Edwards.. LA Hardee ... 3l Flurida
Berry Shepard...... Partridge...... 15th Cav
J H Slaughter...... Partridge.. ....15th Cav
Irwin A Granger.. Wm Bailey.... 5th Florida
Teresa McDermott,
wid of J McDermott W H Strain ... 3d Florida
Mary Thomas, wid of
J Thomas......... W T Gregoiy 5th Florida
D C Russell, wid of J
D Russell........... WD Bloxham 5th Florida
Geo W Dyer, Sr..... James C Evans 6th Florila
Joseph Bracewell ... H M Davidson 6th Florida
Randle McCardle ... T M Jackson.. 29th Ga
SJ Barineau, wid of
W R Barineau...... Richard Waller 8th Florida
Geo W Powell....... C J Jenkins.... 10th Florida
Elias Whidden...... James G ttes.. 7th Florida
Wm S Wheeler ....... Wesley Stubbs 27th Ga
E Condelary, wid of
P Condelary.. .. S Spencer..... 5th Florida
B F Page........... C A Bryan.... 5th Florida
Mary E Revell, wid
of S E Revell...... Spencer.. .....5th Florida
Hugh Black......... R H M Davidson 6th Florida
Adeline Purvis, wid
of J N Purvis..... Bryan ...... 5th Florida
Henry C Billingsley. Parkhill... .. 2d Florida
Nancey M Ferrell,wid
of D W Ferrell.... Lawson........ 5th Fla Bat
W B Ferrell........... Tuberville. .... Home Gds
GeoW Smith....... Shine ......... llth Florida





County. Name of Pensioner. Iathe Company. Regiment.


Leon ...... Geo T Brown ...... CaptR N Gardner .. 5th Florida
Isham M Blake...... Company B.... 7th Fla Cav
Amanda C Ashley... John Inglis.... 3d Florida
Larkin Robinson...... C A Bryan .... 5th Florida
Julian Betton ...... G W Parkhill.. 2d Florida
Elizabeth VanBrunt,
wid of F S VanBrunt Samuel Spencer 10th Ga
J C Beazley ........ Company E...... 4th Ga
A R Combes~.......... ................... Gamble'sAr
Mrs M M Whitehead,
wid of A Whitehead G W Parkhill.. 2d Florida
M L Williams, wid of
Frank M Williams Frierson ...... 3d Florida
Levy....... Win Russell ........ Gray .......... 9th Florida
Silas Weeks ........ James Hunt .. 4th Florida
Hansford D Cook .. Alex Moseley.. 7th Florida
Aaron Hieginbotham J C Chambers.. 6th Florida
Henry M Smith ... Ross ........ 3d Florida
Mary L Brown, wid
of W F Brown .... Ab Flewellen... 39th Ala
Nancy A Dudley, wid
of J V R Dudley.. P B H Dudley.. 7th Florida
Calvin A Deas....... J C Richards .. 9th Florida
Susan W Tison. wid
of G M Tison .... S M G Garey.. 9th Florida
Moses Keen ........ PB H Dudley... 7th Florida
A H Bateman ...... W L Moore.... 2d Florida
E H Benefield ...... Company I.... 1st Florida
Mrs Mouring Smith,
wid of L B Smith.. N A Hull...... 1st Fla Cav
Miles Alford ........ Runnells....... 9th Florida
Lewis Appell.......... Cobb ......... 1st Fla Cav
M A Armstrong, wid
of G 0 Armstrong. Company G.... 7th Florida
G McGowan, wid of
D L McGowan .... T M Micklin .. 1st Fla Bat
G C Williams ...... G W Parkhill.. 2d Florida
Mrs A A Ricks, wid
of J M Ricks...... Louis............ 31st Georgia
Mary E Fleming, wid
of J F Fleming.... A P Morty .... 9th Florida
Lake...... Vicy Varn, wid of
Jacob E Varn .... H F York...... 7th Florida
Sarah J Blackman,
widofJnoBlackman S D McConnell. 7th Florida
John T Dominey...... Conscripts .... Boneau'sB't
David McCredie .... S O House..... 4th Florida
Lafayette.. W C Johnson ...... Fleming....... 2d Florida
John F Leggett .... Holleyman .... 5th Florida
James Corhin ..... N A Hull...... 1st Fla Cav
John H Polk ....... G W Stiles .... 18th Ga Bat
Daniel J Stewart.... J C McGehee .. 4th Florida
E McCully, wid ot














County. Name of Pensioner. Nae of Cptain of Regiment.


Lafayette.. Pearce McCully ..
M F Stephenson, wid
of David Stephenson
William G Biown
Levi H S-nter'eit ...
Nancy Lee, wid of J
Lee .......... ......
William Rollison
James E Townsend..
Mary Jones, wid of A
H. Jones ...
Martha Goodson. wid
of Wilson Goodson.
iJ A Peacock ........
Ashur E Stevens ....
Martha Owens. wid
of Benj F Owens..
Manatee.... John Wriht .......
John J Ferguson ......
Sarah Ann -l. ii.
wid of J M Stewart
Madison. .. George Dice ........
Wiley Knowles......
Martha E Sutley, wid
of Absalom Sutley.
Jane Gaston, wid of
Alex Gaston ......
Clem Lanier ........
Malachi Sloan .....
Rebecca Flowers, wid
of Jas Flowers ....
H B Gibson .......
Silas Coker ........
RMI White..........
W H Butler ........
J B Terry ..........
F J B Fox ..........
FloridaMcDaniel,wid
of Duncan McDaniel
Amanda P Newsome.
wid W J Newsome
Bethany E Rykard,
wid of E C Rykard.
Lucy Gale, wid of
Hiram Gale ......
Thos J Wilson ......
Ivey AThomas......
Malachi H Waring..
Harriet Porter, wid
of W T Porter ....
MahalaParker,wid of
Matthew Parker...
ICatherine Edwards,


Capt A J Wright ..... 3d Florida

Young ........ 50th Georgia.
Company E...... 5th Florida
Thomas Bevill. 45th Georgia

N A Hull...... 1st Fla Cav
Roberts Co I ... 8th Florida
Ji.mes Tucker.. 8th Florida

Company K.... 2d Fla Cav


J W Hollyman.
N A Hull......
Hamp Walker.

Company "C"
H A Hubbard..
j J Daniel .....

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


5th Florida
1st Fla Cav
3d Florida

8th Florida
-Ala
2d Florida

1st Florida
5th Florida
4th Florida


R H Gamble .. Fla Light Ar

J Bryant ...... 1st Florida
WV W Pillan. .. 2d Florida
A J Lea. .... 5th Florida


A J Lea ......
J D Graham ..
W C Bird......
W P Pillan....
MC Toggott ..
UT Kolb......
C E Dyke......


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


Thos Langford. 3d-

W N Taylor .. 17th Ga

WH Dial...... 4th Florida


Straights ......
J LWhite......
Bob Hardee..
T Langford ...


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


D Bird ........ 3d Florida

Company A... 10th Florida













.Name of Cantan of.


County. Name ot 'ersioner.


Madison....




























M3arion ..




















6C


wid W B Edwards
G W Jeffcoat .....
Mary Ann McOor'ick.
wid Eli McCormnicli
Louisa A Webb. wid
of Samuel S Webb
R Davis..........
James P McAdams...
Martha Kelley. wid
of James Kelley...
rhomas N Bembry..
Chir.ti;n'a McClam'a
wid of J McClamrna
Annie L Macon, wid
of Arthur M con...
Janmes L Kent.......
Z O McLeod ......
MaIry EGramling wid
of Wm J Gramling
Janmes E Drew......
It R Skipper.......
Benjamin Flowers..
Alorlha Tool, wid of
J J Tool...........
Emily Jane Revels,
wid of Riley Revels
William F Stewart..
W H Newman
William R Alvis ...
Nancy Sealey, wid
of F W Sealey ....
ilardy Rainer.......
Daniel N Hogans....
James J Brinson ....
Ann Elizabeth Nobles
wid o' J Nobles....
Patrick Madden ....
Mary E Fogg, wid of
Daniel J Fogg.......
John W Hall.......
Frank S Holley......
Mrs MC Carter,wid of
J B Carter.........
M A Tanner, wid of
TR Tanner.........
Rebecca Marsh, wid
ofJJ Marsh......
John M Collins......
Eliza M Smith, wid
of J H Smith......
John W Tomkins......
Emily J Hooker, wid
of J W Hooker....


the Company. I eglment.

Capt Peck.......... 11h Florida
R A Gardner. 5th Florida

Company D.... 6th Florida

0 S Peeks.... 4th Florida
Ellis...... .... 10th Fla R'g
Girardeau..... 3d Florida

Sheffield....... 50th Ga
John Frink.... 5th Florida

O F Peek....... 4th B Fla V

Hilton. ...... 1st Florida
John Frink.... 5th Florida
J H Hunter.... 26th Georgia

A J Lea......... 5th Florida
Peek.......... llth Florid
Jack Lee...... 5th Florida
A J Lee.......... 5th Florida

Kinlock. ....... 5th Florida

Holleyman .... 5th Florida
A Bailey........ 5th Florida
Hdlo ... ...... 8th Florida
Sheffield ...... 50G hGeorgia

Gardner ...... 3d Florida
T J Rawls ...... 4th Florida
J M Martin.... Fla Art
J M Martin..... Marion Art

Vallandineham 7th Florida
J D Hopkins... 2d Florida

J H Counts ... 7th Florida
SJohn W P.erson 9th Florida
Bullock........ 7th Florida

Fletcher....... 4th Florida

S M G Gary... 9th Florida

Mootey....... 9th Florida
L Straights.... 6th So (ar

T JPerry.... Hixon's Bat
J W Pearson.. 9th Florida

Stewart. ...... 8th Florida














County. Name of Pensioner.


Marion .....









Nassau ...










Orange ..






Osceola ....

Pasco.....















Polk .......


Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company.

2apt B B Kirkland.. 1st So Car

J H Counts ... 7th Florida

J H Counts..... 7th Florida

S M Garey..... th Florida
S M G arey..... 9th Florida
D P Goggan... 1st So Car


Chas FCone ...
Felix Simmons
B W Powell...
Company E....


WW Best........... C
Martha S Brown, wid
of John R Brown..
Hannah E Mills, wid
of Elbert Mills....
Nancy S Wallace,
wid Thos J Wallace
Solomon Smith......
James W Beard.....
Joanna Taylor wid of
Lewis L Taylor ...
Cornelius Wingate..
John A Woodburn...
Malachi Thompson..
L M Higginhotham.
wid J Higginbotham
V A Johnston. wid of
Edward Johnston.
Julia Sanders, wid of
,ri, ,..,; Sander,
M \\ ,r.. wid ef
John Wingate......
Joseph C Butord....
Nancy si.. r ...I .
widofG -i..Irtl.ol,.
Nancv Harris, wid of
W I1 Harris.....
Chas A Roberson.....
Caroline Hans 11. wid
of ,'1 H Hans-ll...
Edward C Stevens..
Francis H Warren..
James Robarts .....
Lovev A Atkins. wid
of G W Atkins .
Jackson J Page......
Hardy S Dormany...
John J Rogers......
Richard Ellis .......
Emma A Mobly, wid
of Byrd Mobley......
J H Matthews......
Caroline S Bradham,
wid of H Bradham
Amelia A Bradley,
wid of R J Bradley
Stephen S Carlton..
Marthf: Acree, wid of
Samuel Aree ....
Samuel Y Stafford..
Joseph B Rogers ...
Thomas J McMullen
J B Arnold.........


Fred Clark...... 2d Florida

Ram Atlanta.. C S Navy

............... Marion Lt A

Felix Simmons 8th Florida
J M Martin.... Light Art

T.W Langford 3d Florida

Win Campbell. -So Car...
J C Stewart.... 1st Florida


Oliver Cook....
T S Means....
Company K....
J J Daniels....

WT Saxon....
WH Dial.....
H Stewart.....
A Morrison....
B 0 Grenads...


49th Florida
1st Florida
8th Florida
2d Florida

3d Florida
4th Florida
2d Flonda
Sim Ga Reg
10th Florida


John McNeill.. 9th Florida
Williams.. ...... 4th Florida

J M Martin.... Lt Art

David Hughes. 1st Fla Cav
H F York ...... 7th Florida


John Bryant..
,W L Frierson..
PB Bird......
P B Bird .....
Wm Sheffieid..


1st Fla R
9th Florida
10th Florida
10th Florida
4th Florida


1st Florida
8th Florida
1st Florida
7th Georgia













County. Name of Pensioner. Name of captain of Regiment.
I ,ensone the Company.


Polk....... Henry RHill...... Capt N SBlount.... 7th Florida
George W Griffin.... John T Leslie.. 4th Flori
Martha E A Thomas.
wid of R Thomas.. W T Saxon...... 3d Florida
Marv Fearrand, wid
ofSteph'n WFearrand T E Buckman. 1st Fla Bat
S G Jones, wid of W
N Jones.......... G B Langford.. 3d Florida
D A Lewis, wid of H
H Lewis .......... Fred Worth...... 8th Florida
J F Darley.......... JD Wescott... 10th Florida
Rizan. V Bryant ... Arthur Roberts 1st Flurida
Lydia Welch, wid of
Bryant Welch... As- Stewart...... 9th Florida.
William Sturgess.... G R Langford.. 4th Florida
A E Williams, wid of
HIC Willisms.. ... Company A.... 7th Florida
Rebecca J Crum, wid
of D G Crum....... J W Whiddon.. 4th Florida
Eliza A Y Lewis wid
of James J Lewis.. John Bryan ... 1st Fla Res
Mary Isabella Parker,
wid of John Parker. Wm Footman.. 1st Fla Cav
W J Brown.. ...... .W D Bloxham.. 5th Florida
Harvey J Goddard Company K.... 1st Fla Cav
Mary J Jordan, wid
of Rich D Jordan... Hogan.. ....... 6h Florida
Klssanah Dees, wid
of Moses W Dees...... Vallandingham. 7th Florida
Benjamin D Mann.. Roland Thomas. 7th Florida
Putnam...... Wm Johnson.......... Summerlin ....... 1st Florida
Eliza A Jerkins, wid
of R W Jerkins...... A S Moseley... 7th Florida
C C Ashley ............ A S Moseley.... 7th Florida
Emily Vanse, wid of
CF Vanise........ A S Moseley.... 7th Florida
Preston Wetathersbee A S Moseley.... 7th Florida
James Fennell Jr...... S F Row........ 2d Fla Cav
S t Johns.. Peter Pelicer.......... Alex Moseley... 2d Florida
Margaret Carrera,
wid of Garper Carrera George Powers.. 10th Florida.
E M Lopez .......... J L Phillips. 3d Florida
Josiah Roberts...... ono M Pons ... 8th Florida
Wm E Osteen...... Jno L Phillips.. d Florida
Andrew J Roberts... Jno M1 Pons.... 8th Florida
Andre Plummer, wid
of J A Plummer...... J A Pacetti.... 8th Florida
Francis A Triay... E Maxwell... 3d Florida
Albert Cubbedge.... J B Oliver ..... 3d Florida
John Pope......... A A Ochus .. llth Florida
George B Wildes.... Felix Simmons. 8th Florida
A M Goettee....... Company F ... 26thGeorgia
Sumter .... James G Wall...... Jno McNeil.......9th Florida













INam. of Captain of Reginent.
County. Name of Pensioner. ithe Colany. Regiment.
I ___________


Sumter .....












Suwannee


SH Chapman.wid of
Giles P Chalpman.. Capt Chamberlain..
LauraA Williams.wid
of Irwin J Wdliams J R Mizell ....
Elizabeth A Fussell,
wid of W S Fussell J R Mizell ....
Ellen H Mann, wid of
James A Mann...... A P Moody....
J D RIuney ....... Thos Langford.
W J Sutton ....... T J Lang'ord..
Robert H Cook...... Joslah Wilson..
Rebecc i Harrington,
wid of W Harrington R H M Davidson
William W Pridgen... 0 H Cook.....
.Zil,)ba 'Deas, wid of
Samuel M Das.... J Tucker ......
.ohn C Overstreet H J Stewart....
Thomas Kenady .... C E L Allison..
Hattie Reid, wid of
Robert Rrid ...... R MO'Neal...
Harriett Quiett, wid
of T P Qiiett...... W P Pillows..
Elizaneth Turner,wid
of RileyD Turrier.. Summer .......
Edward B Coats ... D;als ........
Clarian Heir, wid of
R Heir............ N A Hull.....
Sarah Lee, wid of J
Lee..... .......... W P Pillan...
Jane Landing, wid of
Thos P Landing.. Wescot....
E Fie'ding. wid of J
J Fielding ........ S Wo...... J SWod
Elize C Fergujon,wid
of T Ferguson .... Jno Frink ...
,1ary Vann, wid of E
W Vann .......... Company "D".
WO Jackson ...... Modeau. .....
Joseph S Hogans .. CF Coles.....
Matthew Johns...... J Q Stewart....
James M Foster ...... J Q Stewart....
MI 0 Burns ......... R I Partridgu
.artha Gill, wid of
John (ill ... ..... W Frink .....
\lartha A Oliver,
wid of Alfred Oliver Edwin West.
Nelson J Johnson ... Cox...........
Harriet Roberts, wid
of Reuben Roberts A A Stewart
John RScott ....... CA Bryan ...
Matthias McCormick JenKins Co "E
J M Ducker......... Skipp-r ......
J N Stephens ... .. PP Sheffield.


3d Florida.

7th Florida.

7th Florila

Birl Batt
3d Florida
3d Florida
33d Ala.

S6th Florida.
. 49ch Ga

S8th Florida
2d Florida
O6th Florida

29th, Tenn

.2d Florida

.Iith Florida
.'th Florida

Sst Florida

3d Florida

O0th Florida,

I Florida

th Florida

llth Florida.
j h Ala
tst Fla Cav
..0th Florida
.. 10;h Florida,
e. 1st Florida

5th Florida

S10th Florida.
.*1st Fla Cav
.. th Florida
5th Florida
lt Fla Batt.
37th Ala
50th Ga













County. Name of Pensioner. Name of Captain of
I Ion' the Company.


Suwannee..









Santa Rosa.





Taylor .




















Volusia ....






Wakulla....


Capt Turner...


Regiment.


Dillswvorth R


Levi Starling ....... (
Joseph G Long......
Sarah Sealey, wid of
S C Sealey........
Joseph D Ragan....
V W A uchingson..
Henry E Hingson....
W P Nobles........
Samuel Amerson..
Zilpha A Bonnell, wid
of John A Bonnell..
Hiram B Bush......
Jas Franklin ......
Jarrett Bray........
Nancy J Morrison,
wid of Miles Morison
Sarah J Dixon, wid
of A B Dixon......
M A English, wid of
B English .......
Tiney Hogans.......
E Young, wid of
Thos Young......
F English. wid of
M J English.....
Martha E Turner, wid
ofF T Turner....
Mary A Faircloth,
wid of C Faircloth.
Wm C Lipscomb....
Clarissa L Bellamy,
wid of CB Bellamy!
Geo W Odumn........
Lot Townsend ......
Nathan L Hall......
SW Stanton.....
Cinderilla Goodwin,
wid of S Goodwin..
Martha M Dodgen,I
wid of W H Dodgen
John H Sutton.........
W L Cromer ........
David L Wickham..
Jno R Gleen........
Rebecca Jones, wid
of Mitchell Jones..
William Jones......
Penelope Prevatt, wid
of C M Prevatt......
Robert R Pigott...
H H Braswell.......
C S Alligood.......
Z T Powell........


W C Bird ......
W P Pillan.....
M A Knight....
G R Langford..
John Mizell....


1st Florida
2d Florida
9th Florida
3d Florida
7th Florida


Company G.... 39th Ga
J W Stevens... 2d Florida

W W Sloan .... 7th Florida
D L Frierson... 3d Florida
SA Spencer.... 5th Florida
W\D Bloxham... 5th Florida.
Griffith ........ 31st Georgia


]


W R Moore.... 'd Florida
[Bat
McElroy....... Sctt's Cav
Holt Co K"... 51st Georgia
Jesse Woods .. 3d Florida
Abram Bailey.. 5th Florida
Alex Lang..... 4th Ga Cav
David Lang.... 8th Florida

A J Lee........ 5th Florida
Sewell.......... 29th Ala
Jno Watkins... 1st Florida
JD Leigh..... 1st Florida

Amos.......... 15th Batt

Jesse Pitchett.... Home G'rds

A J Lee....... 5th Florida
Chas J Jenkins 10th Florida

Beggs ..,....... 11th Florida

Beggs........... 5th Florida

J W Wescott llth Florida

John Frink..... 5th Florida
S Parramo e.... 1st Fla Cov

A J Lee........ Perry's Reg
A J Lee........ 5th Florida
W ells........... 50th Ga
W H Edwards. 4th Florida
Kinsey......... 33d Ala

Footman....... 1st Fla Cav















County.


Wakulla...

Walton ..


















Washington


Tame of Captain of Regiment.
the Company.


Robt Gamble...
Owens .........
Cooper.........
M Kinney......
J F Brad3......
A B McLeod...
S A Cauthon..
W C Oates ...


Fla Artil
8th So Car
33d Ala
33d Ala
42d Georgia
1st Florida
6th Florida
15th Ala


Ndme of Pensioner.{


James D Sauls......
Jesse M Anderson....
r P Brannon .......
I W Stephens......
W J Powell............
WB McLeod........
Daniel P McDonald
Uriah Woodham....
Penina Truet, wid of
John Truet ......
Leonora Brown, wid
of Wm L Brown
John Stafford......
JW 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 .......
PP McDonald......
James L Vickers....
Henry Anderson....
John W Taylor......
U F Ausburn.......
Wm L Riley..........
N J Palmer, wid of
D W kalmer......
Joseph F Waohob...
Emily C Dortch....
Nancy Lewis, wid of
C Lewis..........
W T Jeffries.........


C L McKinnon
A C Munroe....
AB McLeod..
Branan........
H B Grace.....
A B McLeod.:


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


EA Curry....I4fhFB FV


A B McLeod...
A B McLeod..
S T Cawthon...
H B Frace....
B Lasper......
D D McLean..
W Lane.......
W T McCall....


1st Florida
1st Florida
6th Florida
6th Florida
4th Florida
11th Florida
4th Florida
53d Ala


Lane.......... 4th Florida
T E Clarke.....8th Florida
Wm Lane...... 4th Florida

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


AB McLeod.. 6th Florida


















o. Name. Location 1.






I Quincy State Bank....................... Quin y .... .. Aug. 20, 1 89......
3 The ank of Pasco County ................ Dade City.. .. .. Aug. 30, 1889......
4 Volusia County Bank .................. ..DeLabd ..... .Dec. 2, 1889 .......
5 IBrevard County State Bank............... Coco. ....... ..... ec. 12, 1889 ......
(i Indian River State Bank............. . ituli lle .... 1, 1890.......
)9 Lesburg and County State Bank. ........ .. Lee rg... .. .. arc 1 9, 1890..
11 State Bank of Fort Meade............ ... ort leade!...... June 26, 1891.....
15 JTefftrson County State Bank...... .. ... nti l .lo. .. .. )ec. 13, 18 90......
17 Dade County State Bank.............. ... Palm Beach Jan. 25, 189......
18 St. Peterslnrg State Bank ................. St. Petersbur ...... April 1, 1893......
19 Melbourne State Bank .............. Mel ne ...... .June 28, 1893......
22 State Bank of Orlando.................... O.. a i.. .... Oct. 27, 1893......
Y5 State lBank of Florida .......... acksnville ... Fb. 2, -1895~. ....
26 Capital City Bank .... Tlal.assee ..... ch 29,, 1 5 .....
27Bank of Madison................... .. dion ... ....... Sept. 30, 1895..
28 Bank of Bay Biscayne................... Mia ........ Aug. 10, 1896 .....
SAVINGS BANK.

1 The State Savings Bank ................... allaiassee......... Oct. 25, 1889 ......

STATE BANKS INCORPORATED UNDER
SPECIAL ACTS OF' THEIE LEGISLATURE.

Citizens Bank and Trust Co................ :.P .. .... May 17, 195 ......
East Florida Savings and Trust (0o............ Pa.la .... .. May 31, 1889......
Commercial Bank ... ........................ Jak vil .,. ....... May 9, 1893.......
Southern Savings and Trust Co............. lack nvjlle.. ... .... May 30, 1889......

------------,


Statement of Barks Organized Under the Banldng Laws of the St:e of Florida.
SORCES,Statement of BarECEBE 31,
RESOURCES, DECEMBER 31, 189S.


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$ 187,299 34$ 3,706 42i ...... .... $ 4,000 001 9,735 30 154 15.......... 5, ; 00 0000 1,150 0 135 3.5 74 51 1,8(i 10 4,167 O 52,701 95
l 4 40 .... ... 000 0 .. .. 683 52 .... .... .. ...0 -,137 9 91 777 00 3 177 07 1 3233 00 148,254 70
6,878 .2.313 91 .. . ... 1 1 . 5,3162 1,650 99 15,267 01 300 00 1,553 4 61 39 7 20 4,641 00I 71-,54 88
30.118 62. 932 64 ........ .... 14,400 00 3,878 24 541 72 ....... 00 ,13 8,967 1... .....i5 00 *.... 36 52 443 30 3.032 00 116,394 29
61,44- 34 10,.9 93 .... ... .... 4365 0* 14 24,5125 ,7 ... L 46. 51 2, .... ......1 1,413 7 068 27 45 67 ..........7 91 55 2,889 00 7,!:32 00o 98,261 26
$ 44,991 7, 1 44 7 ... ..... 6,000 00 .... .... ..... 342 19 ..,400 .00 ., 28 27 1,539 6 ........ ..... 7 11 4 129 65 55500 25,419 85

69,41964 244 4S 8 9 .... 1.50000 2,549 33 44 21 .... ....0.. 2,2 3 2,400 00 232 02 11 "6 57 85 52 75 1,18 50 2,41900 55,43971
................. 545 00 50,137 29 225 91 1,7770325,





37,87 04 12.33 9.80.... ....... 15,1.. 30 ,838 .... ........ ........ .. ....9 2 1,44 01 341 50 33 3 8 535 85 1,46l 00 46,712 33
7,i2 12 5.. 4,87 5 6 8 338 75 ... ... 1 1169 3 1 1 81s .......... 2.007 69 3,098 0 57,480 09
30,823 53 153 33 . ... 11,674 20 9,514 39 683 8 ......... 4 2 ,7 106 4,91 39 1,8 54 7.046 3 ............ 39 25 1,618 04 10,6,31 00 114,680 35
61,4471- ,,43 93........... ;. ....14261.24,512955 I 5 2.............. 1,275 50 1,413 7,889 001 7,93,00'98, 2 6.1 26




115,4 9 01 3.354 43 10.. 8515 1 2,0 1 .. 1 . . .... ............ . . . . 8,46 01. 165,497 685
12,176 45.......,........00 ......... .......2..........9 24 1,4 01 ....258 9! 0227)60(5


37104,266 20 2, 80 ... ....... ...00 203,465 79 .... .. .... .... 9 1 0 40 2,62 0 6 .3 .2 26 5,533 17 5,810 00 74,254 12
36,3S 53 6 53 .. 8,941 00 9181 22 ..... ....... ........ :' .. 1 .......... .. .. 2,759 77 5,646 00 125,398 08
:30,82:-1 53 13 3... .1,674 29! 9,514 : 683 i 4, 1 ) 9 2S54................... 25 1, 114,680 35

9 04 3O ..........2 04 3 13 412 16 4,/ .,. 1 30 .. .. .... 7)030 0 I7'701t.....3
.61 ,79 ,41. 0..... .15,000 00 8,1 00 00 6,6 8. ......9.....8,646 01 165,497 6
1 '5,469 0.3. .....1)00..5 8 .......... ......o 4,395.7..............



.. 16,457 55 2H,942 17 .. ... ....... .. .. ..13,000 00 207,669 81
151,270 09 .........


?:'u (10 8,948 26 2*.03 : 0 4 1 0
S00 00 8,948 26 29.:: :33 49,017' I 2, 42 1:; .. 22,500 00 ....i 2,887 30 ,463 35' 21,8 2 00 42,19;. ,"0 484,937 84
286,298 7 6 10..... 2463 94 .. ,041. 1 ... 90 O0 1,079 86 14 19 11.0 2,13 0, 191,234 09
93,071 23 441 00 00 23,378 3 2 24 S ,47 i. 2 6 1 419 42' 4,490 8 5,6 7t 2. 294,162 19
148,0158 2422 124 1 15 1,50 419 6 7_ 4 4 7
L~J,,qo:,_6 r89 l 16,058815 1 .......9..-,., I :, 7 1, 224,452 I-
99,587 42 9 .__ 5 5692 ^ik 2L1LE!'__
8 01 2 245281,094822918$22821,16,158. 1.. 2,..42.1;31,09.4382.8,2,101- --. .47
0 76 5000 235, 29$ 1:.? .i1 3I 13. 81 54$ 81094 82 22, 24 $ 39,909 51$8 1,999 25 $4 ,, i9, G 43 7 197.5 '.1 02 3,199,470 53
$1,76,,506 5 09 -


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LIABILITIES, DECEMBER 31, 1898.


No.


Nani


1 (Unincv State lankl .....
3 The Bank of Pasco Count
4 Vlu.,ia Counly lBank .
51 Irev:ard countyy State Bari
0Inhlian liver State Bank.
!I Leesimrg and countyy Stal
I State lHank of Fort Mead(
15 Jefferson (County State I
17 I):;lde ('ollty State Bank
IS'St. PIeterslnurg State lank8
1 !iMRllolrne State Bank..
22 'tate Bandk of Orlando...
2.:) Siate Bank of Florida..
26;('apital l City llank .. ...
27Baniik of AIadison .......
2SB ank of iy Bliscayne .

SAVINGS I

1 The State Savings Bank.

STATE BANKS IN('O(RIP')AT
SPECIAL ACTS 0

citizens s Bihk and Trust (
iEast llonr' a Savings and
I Commerc.h Bank .......
Soutihern aMe ings and 'Iru


Location.


.. ......... ... Q i ..............
y ............... D ai:le Cilt ..........
.......... )eLand .. .......
k. ...'oC...o ......... ...
................. l'itusville. ...........
e Bank .......... Leesbuir. ...........
..... .... .... ... I F ort Ml nde ...... ....
ank.. ..... 1l. M ticello .... ......
................. ''al Beach ........
................. St. Peters ......
............... e u e..........
. . . . ; : o ........ ... .
.................. I:ac(eksonvi lle .........
........... allahassee ..........
. . . .... M adl ison . . . .
h................. ..............









............. ... Ia i......... ...
riist Co..........Palatka............
.............. acksonllahassee .........
ED UNDER .........
THE LE ISILA'TUIRE.


ri'ist C o .......... l alatka ............ !

st Co............. ]Jacksonville ..... ...

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15,000 00 i 1,0o00
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25,1(100 010 3,125 00
25,000 00 500 00)
25,)000 (0 2.200 0)
15,00)0 00 90;) O0!
40.000 00 6,000 o00
1501(9)0 ()([ 11 ) 0 1
15,0 ()0 ()O 1, 00
15,000 00 5 1,325 05.
15.,000 001 250 00
05,000 OOi
50,000 00 3,000 110,
511,000 00 6,000 00'
20,000 0 85 0 09
25,000 0" 1,000 00



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100,000 3 o(,00 ,00
20,000 00 10,0)0 00)
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o 710,000 00'! 4,230 05$


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4.6996 7731 .......... 50,302
2,4 3 58 .......... 36,1049
45 4U' .. ....... .2 3,412 7 "


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1,905 lS 1 50 37,322 '
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10,004 24: 6 010 210,590 .

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7,610 b 9 .......... 100,293 9
83.S 92 .......... ; 51,P86
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8,833 46 9 ,608 89 .... ...... ... ............ 60,811 30 ..............
4,095 56 ....... 1.71,85 60 10,465 00 ............ 496 07 ...... 15,000 00 .......... 36,688 58 3,
8,552 43 811 ,I .. 34 9 l : .....i 1,963i ....

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1 .. 10,000 00 114,680 35
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