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Title: Annual report of the Comptroller of the State of Florida
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Creation Date: 1900
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ANNUAL REPORT

...OF THE...


COMPTROLLER

...OF THE...


STATE OF FLORIDA


FOR THI' PERIOD


December 31, 1900.










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ANNUAL REPORT


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COMPTROLLER


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STATE OF FLORIDA


FOR THE PERIOD


Beginning January 1, 1900, and ending
December 31. 1900.


TALLAHASSEE, FLA.:
TALLAHASSEEAN BOOK AND JOB PRINT.
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Report of the Comptroller.



TREASURY DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., January 1, 1901.

IION. WILLIAM D. BLOXIIArM,

Governor of the State of Florida:

Sic-In accordance with the provisions of law I have the
honor to present herewith a report of the operations of this
office for the fiscal year ending December 31st, 1900:
PAYMENT OF STATE DERT.
In my last report it was stated that $100,000 of the indebt-
edness created under the Acts of 1889 and 1891 had been
paid and that the remaining $100,000 would be paid January
17th, 1900. Such payment was made at the time stated, as
ample funds had been accumulated from the ordinary tax
levies for that purpose. This entirely disposed of all indebt-
edness of the State, except the bonded debt created under the
Acts of 1871 and 1873, of which there are still unpaid bonds
amounting to one million and thirty-two thousand five hun-
dred dollars (tl,032,500.00) as follows:
Bonds of 1871 ................. .. ..* 267,700.00
Bonds of 1873..................... 764,800,00

$1,032,500.00
The payment of these bonds will have to be provided for
by the Legislature, and this can be done by the issue of new
bonds drawing a low rate of interest to be sold on the open
market, or by issuing manuscript, or other bonds, to the Ed-
ucational Funds, drawing such rate of -interest as may be
decided upon.
It is true that nearly all of the bonds of 1871 and 1873,
which have not been purchased for the Sinking Funds, are
held by the Educational Funds of the State, but they are
still binding obligations against the State, as the principal











must be paid at some time, or the State will be compelled to
continue paying interest thereon forever.
The Educational Funds of the State were derived from the
sale of land especially set apart for that purpose in accord-
ance with the Acts of Congress granting the land to the State
of Florida, with small additions thereto from fines and forfeit-
ures which were formerly paid into the State School Fund,
but are now payable to the counties. These are Trust Funds
and are recognized as such by our State Constitution.
That these funds were invested in State Bonds, when it
was possible to do so, in preference to the bonds of other
States, was because they were deemed to be the most secure
investment. To preserve the principal of these funds sacred
and inviolate has always been the purpose of the members of
the State Board of Education, as they recognized that to be
their paramount duty under the Constitution and Laws of the-
State. In view of these facts, it should be evident that al-
though the bonds of 1871 and 1873 may be held by the Edu-
cational Funds, they are still a binding obligation which the
State is in honor bound to meet as fully and completely as if
the bonds were held by individuals. The only advantage that
the holding of these bonds by the educational funds may be
is that the State Legislature can fix the time for the payment
of the principal, and such rate of interest thereon as, in its
judgment, may be deemed to be best.
The bonds of 1871, amounting to $12,000.00, now outstand-
ing in the hands of individuals, will be paid by the State
Treasurer upon presentation, and he has notified the holders
thereof that no interest will be allowed after maturity. It is
not expected that there will be sufficient cash in the Educa-
tional Furids on January 1st, 1903, to take up all of the out-
standing bonds of 1873, and it will doubtless be necessary to
pay a number of such.bonds from the General Revenue Fund
of the State, but it is believed that sufficient funds can be ac-
cumulated for that purpose without increasing the tax rate
above the 2' mills now levied for General Revenue.
RAILROAD AND TELEGRAPII ASSESSMENTS.
Owing to the claim on the part of the various railroad com-
panies that they were entitled to the exemption of railroads
from taxation contemplated by the Internal Improvement Act
of 1855, no systematic effort to assess such property was made
prior to 1879, when the Legislature passed a revenue law con-
taining a special provision relating to the taxation of railroads,
but that did not become operative. The question of the right
of the State to tax railroads, notwithstanding the exemption











contained in the Internal Improvement Act was presented to
the courts and after lengthy litigation the case was finally car-
ried to the Supreme Court of the United States, which decided
in favor of the State, and assessments were regularly made for
the tirst time in 1883 under the act of 1881, Chapter 3219, of
the Laws of Florida, which provided that all railroad compa-
nies must make return to this office of their "roadbed, side
track and main track," also "the number and value of all their
locomotive engines, passenger, freight, platform, construction
and other cars and appurtenances" to be assessed for the pur-
poses of taxation, and the valuation was required to be appor-
tioned to the several counties in which any such railroad, or
part thereof, was located, but no provision was made for en-
forcing the collection of such taxes. In 1885, the law was
amended so as to include telegraph lines and to provide for
the enforcement of the collection of railroad and telegraph
taxes, assessed under and in pursuance of the law as amended.
The method provided for enforcing the collection of
such taxes was for. i he tax collectors to certify
that the taxes were due and unpaid, and there-
upon the Comptroller was required to issue a
warrant directed to the Sheriff which was to be executed in
the same manner as an execution fiom the Circuit Court.
There have been several subsequent changes in the law
relating to the assessment and collection of taxes on railroads
and telegraph lines which relate to incorporated cities and
towns and school sub-districts, as well as to details of returns,
but the method of assessing and collecting such taxes remains
the same as that provided by the Act of 1885. In 1884 there
were 1,207.71 miles of railroad assessed, and the valuation
thereof, including side track and rolling stock, was $8,457,-
429.57. There has been a remarkable increase in railroad
-mileage and valuation since that time, so that for the year
1900 the main track mileage had increased to 3,109.70 and
the valuation to $19,190,301.81.
The duty of assessing railroads and telegraph lines is one of
great responsibility, and in the absence of any appropriation
from which to pay the expenses of examining into the physi-
cal condition of the property, it is a very difficult matter to
arrive at a proper valuation in many instances. There should
be an appropriation to meet the expenses of examinations,
when necessary, in connection with the assessment of such
valuable property, and it is hoped that the Legislature will
recognize the importance of such provision.
Nearly all of the railroad and telegraph taxes are paid at
this office and distributed to the several counties and school












sub-districts. The clerical work of assessing and* distributing
railroad taxes, when paid, is all done by the office force under
my direction, and without expense to the State, and the small
appropriation asked for is 'to cover only such traveling
expenses as may be incurred in the actual examination of rail-
road property.
STATE BANKS.
The continued improvement in the volume of business
transacted by the State Banks is very gratifying, and the fact
that there have been no suspensions or liquidations during the
past two years indicates that the business of the banks
generally has been wisely conducted. That the conservative
action of the officials of these banks has produced a feeling of
confidence there can be no question, as the increased deposits
afford the strongest evidence. Banks are a necessity, and,
when properly managed, are beneficial to the people generally,
as well as to the communities in which they are organized, as
they invite and encourage the people to save a part of their
earnings to meet future demands, either to supply the neces-
sities when other means are exhausted, or for the purpose of
accumulating for future investment.
The general banking laws of this State are adequate to pro-
tect the interests of all concerned except when a bank goes
into voluntary liquidation, or is placed in the hands of a
receiver. It would be of great benefit if the Legislature
would adopt provisions similar to those contained in the lRe-
vised Statutes of the United States relating to voluntary
liquidation, and to receivers for banks that are forced to
suspend.
Inquiries are made at this office from time to time as to the
condition of banks in the hands of receivers, but there is
absolutely no information to be furnished, as the law does not
require reports to be made to this office by receivers. A
bank organized under the general law is subject to the
supervision of this office only so long as it keeps out of liquida-
tion, either voluntary or involuntary.
TAX REDEMPTION I'EPARTMENT.
This department, operated in conjunction with the State
Treasurer, is divided into two parts. That which relates to
this office includes keeping a complete record of all lands sold
to the State for taxes and entering thereon redemptions or
purchases made through the State Treasurer's office, record-
ing the same in separate record books by counties, and mak-
ing monthly reports of each redemption or purchase to the











Board of County Commissioners of each county in which
lands have been redeemed or purchased.
It would greatly facilitate the work of this department, with-
out doing material injury to the State, if the Legislature should
direct the cancellation of a large number of old tax certificates
which are really of no value, and for which there is no de-
mand. Such action would place thousands of acres of land
on the assessment rolls, and the State and counties would re-
ceive the revenue therefrom which they are now deprived of
by keeping these practically worthless certificates.
SCHOOL SUB-)ISTRICT TAXES.
In 1895 the Legislature passed 'An act to provide for the
division of counties into convenient school sub-districts, and
for the election bi-ennially of three school trustees, and for the
levying and collection of a district school tax, and providing for
the holding of elections for such purposes," but the revenue
law was not amended so as to include the tax thus provided
for until 1897. All assessments of railroads and telegraph
lines made at this office for school sub-districts have been
made under the act of 1895, and the collections have
been made under the revenue act of 1897. The
Legislature of 1899 passed an act, Chapter 4678, of the
Laws of Florida, which was doubtless designed as
a method for the future assessment and collection of the tax
first provided for by the acts of 1895 and 1897, but the revenue
law was not amended to conform to the act of 1899, and if it
is intended that that law shall supersede the act of 1895 it will
be necessary to amend the revenue law so as to conform to the
act of 1899.
RETURNS OF CORPORATIONS.
Section 2134, of the Revised Statutes of the State of Florida,
provides for annual returns to be made to this office by all
corporations incorporated under the laws of this State, giving
the name and residence of each stockholder, with the number
of shares belonging to him and the par and cash market value
of such shares, the whole amount of capital stock and the
amount actually paid in, and the real and personal
estate subject to assessment for taxes. Section 2183, ib.,
directs that a statement of the amount of. the capital
stock subscribed and of the amount actually paid in
and of the indebtedness of the corporation shall be filed in
this office once in six months, or oftener if required. The
first section provides a penalty, but no means for its enforce-
ment, and the other section has no penalty attached. Practi-











,cally no returns are made under these sections of the Revised
Statutes, and unless they are amended so as to become opera-
tive it would be best to repeal them.
INCREASED ASSESSED VALUATIONS.
The increase in the assessed valuation of property for the
year 1900 indicates a solid growth in prosperity, and
that the people are realizing a part of the bright
future in which our glorious State will rival
the brightest star in the sisterhood of "States. Our genial
clime and productive soil, adapted to so many varied pursuits,
yielding such rich returns for the labor expended, affords the
surest foundation for the most sanguine hopes. The continued
improvement in our manufacturing, mining, fruit-growing and
farming interests may be confidently expected.
TABULATED STATEMENTS.
The following statements are respectfully submitted as a
,part of this report:
Receipts and Disbursements at the State Treasury for the
year 1900.
Receipts and Disbursements on account of General Revenue
in 1900.
Bonded Debt of State.
Warrants issued in 1900.
Estimated Appropriations necessary for the last six months
,of the year 1901, for the year 1902, and for the first six
months of the year 1903.
Assessment of Railroad property in detail for the year 1900,
as made by the Comptroller, "with the assistance and advice
of the Attorney-General and Treasurer."
Assessment in detail of Telegraph Property, which was
assessed in the same manner as railroad property.
Consolidated Statement of Railroad Assessments.
Consolidated Statement of Telegraph Assessments.
Statement showing taxes assessed on each Railroad and Tel-
egraph line for the year 1900.
Statement showing valuation of Railroad and Telegraph lines
by counties, and the taxes assessed thereon for the year 1900.
Statement showing valuation of Real Estate by counties,
and the taxes thereon for the year 1900.
Statement showing valuation of Personal Property by
counties, and the taxes thereon for the year 1900.
Statement showing the total valuation of all Real, Personal,
Railroad and Telegraph property, as assessed by counties for
the year 1900.











Statement showing the gross amount of Taxes assessed,
and Licenses collected for the year 1900 in each county.
List of Disabled Soldiers and Widows of Soldiers receiving
pensions from the State.
Statement showing the distribution of the amount of war-
rants issued for Jurors and for Witnesses before the Grand
Jury, in the year 1900.
List of State Banks, with the condition thereof at the close
of business on December 31st, 1900, as shown by reports.
In concluding this report, which marks the close of our
official relations, it affords me great pleasure to testify to the
uniform courtesy and kindness which has characterized your
conduct in every walk in life, and especially in your inter-
course with those who were your official associates. The able
and impartial manner in which y6ur arduous duties were
performed and the earnest devotion to duty which was
exemplified in every act should ever be gratefully remembered
by your fellow citizens. Yours very respectfully,
W. H. REYNOLIS,
Comptroller.

RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
At the State Treasury for the year ending D)ecember 31st,
1900 :
RiECEl PTS.
Aggregate balance in State Treasury January
1st, 1900, as per last report.... .......... $ 318,416 40
General Revenue .............. .-. 1,893 62
General School, One Mill Tax.... 93,395 92
State Board of Health .......... 44,971 12
Common School Fund, Principal. 138,163 05
Common School Fund, Interest.. 35,174 00
Seminary Fund, Principal ....... 43 44
Seminary Fund, Interest........ 5,937 00
Pension Tax.................. 86,480 34- 989,058 49

$1,307,474 89
DISi URSEMENTS.
General Revenue............... t2 4,:186 79
General School, One Mill Tax .... 95,548 10
State Board of Health ...... ... .47,478 92
Common School Fund, Principal. 180,034 72
Common School Fund, Interest.. 37,680 50












Seminary Fund, Principal....... 1,800 00
Seminary Fund, Interest.... .... 5,937 00
Pension Tax................... 44,049 40- 936,915 43

Balance in State Treasury Janu-
ary 1st, 1901 ................ 8 370,559 46
Distributed among the different Funds as follows:
General Revenue ............. ..277,885 10
General School, One Mill Tax... 6,226 43
State Board of Health.... ...... 141 68
Pension Tax .................. 43,868 58
Common School Fund, Principal.. 30,720 38
Seminary Fund, Principal....... 105 17
Common School Fund, Interest. 11,040 39
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1873.... 533 02
Sinking Fund Bonds of 1871.... 38 71-- 370,559 46


1900.


GENERAL] REVENUE.
REC:EII'TS IN 1900.


Balance on hand January 1st, 1900 ..... $ 217,378 27
General License Tax ................. 170,107 27
Insurance Company Premium Tax ..... 22,732 44
Insurance Company License Tax....... 17,250 00
Insurance Agents' License Tax......... 10,225 00
Southern Express Company License Tax. 2,500 00
Taxes of 1900 ........................ 3,656 03:
Taxes of 1899 ....................... 253,766 89
Taxes of 1898 ....................... 7,484 58
Auction Tax ........................ 291 35
Sleeping Car Tax .................... 374 43
Tax Certificates transferred in 1900.... 18,087 26
Interest and Expenses Tax Certificates.. 35,309 15
Interest on Deposits in 1900 ........... 3,364 65
Tax on Commissions ................. 3,576 00
Corporation Charter Tax............. 6,022 00
Hire of State Convicts ............... 21,000 00
Department of Agriculture ............ 8,738 78
Asylum Pay Patients ................ 200 69
Revised Statutes Sold ................ .92 00
Acts of Legislature Sold ............. 108 50
Copies State Constitution Sold......... 1 60
One Stove sold ..................... 5 00

*$ Sj ,- 71 89












DISBURSEMENTS IN 1900.
1900.
Salaries Executive Department........ 15,483 70
Salaries Judicial Department.......... 39,100 00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Depart-
m ent............................ 16,526 00
Expenses and Salaries Railroad Commis-
sion ............................. 10,271 38
Salary State Chemist.... .......... 2,000 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and In-
spector of Fertilizer............... 1,500 00
Chemical and Apparatus for State Chem-
ist ............ .................. .438 30
Printing, Agricultural Department..... 480 75
Postage, Seeds, etc., Agricultural Depart-
m ent.................... ........ 368 59
Salary Adjutant-General............ .. 1,200 00
Expenses Florida State Troops ........ 3,839 62
Transportation of furloughed soldiers, 1st
Fla. R eg......................... 3,323 38
Salary Secretary Supreme Court Justices 1,500 00
Per diem Clerk Supreme Court, Section
1321 R. S........................ 936 00
Salary Librarian Supreme Court ...... 300 00(
Janitor Supreme Court ............... 300 00
Contingent Supreme Court............ 1,034 79
Purchase Books Supreme Court Library. 244 70
Printing Supreme Court Reports....... 379 20
Expenses Circuit Judges on other Cir-
cuits................. ........ 87 00
Maintenance of Lunatics............. 68,411 83
State Reform School, maintenance ..... 2,500 00
State Reform School, furnishing ....... 844 45
Institute Blind, Deaf and Dumb....... 9,602 51
Expenses White Normal School........ 7,010 17
Expenses Teachers' Summer Schools.... 1,668 75
Appropriation for Colored Normal
School ........ .................. 2,267 00
Appropriation South Florida Military
and Educational Institute........... 8,242 15
Appropriation Agricultural College..... 2,500 00
Appropriation West Florida Seminary.. 2,500 00
Appropriation East Florida Seminary.. 3,000 00
Confederate Soldiers' Home........... 800 96
Pensions under Act of 1897 ........... 388 50











Expense Collecting Revenue........... 48,309 25
Examinations of State Offices .......... 1,133 34
Contingent Expenses of State......... 2,281 64
Contingent Expenses of Capitol........ 1,520 40
Stationery Executive and Legislative De-
partments ........................ 681 82
Printing ........................... 11,568 10
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists........ 10,699 80
Rewards for Fugitives from Justice..... 1,479 89
Distribution from Hire of Convicts..... 14,943 36
Watchman at Capitol ................ 600 00
Janitor at Capitol................... 300 00
Jurors and W itnesses................ 53,859 21
Insurance on State Buildings. .......... 50 00
Expenses State Board of Health ....... 417 40
Payment of Borrowed Money ......... 100,000 00
Interest on Loan ..................... 2,500 00
Interest on Bonded Debt of State...... 64,421 00
Appropriation for Relief of J. J. Powers 71 85
Preparation of Manual for Justices of the
Peace ........................... 500 00
Balance on hand January 1st, 1901..... 277,885 10

i -' ,271 89

BONDED DEBT OF STATE.
nONUS OF 1871.
Seven per cent. Bonds, interest
payable January 1.
Amount Issued. .............. $350,000 00
Deduct Amount in Sinking Fund. 82,300 00

-'._ 7,700 00
Deduct Amounts in School, Semi-
nary and Agricultural College
Funds ..................... 255,700 00

$ 12,000 00-$ 12,000 00
noslN oi 1873.
Six per cent. Bonds, interest
payable semi-annually, January
and July, Amount Issued.... *.J:.,iIii 00
Deduct Amount in Sinking Fund 160,200 00

$764,800 00











SDeduct Amount in School Semi-
nary and Agricultural College
Funds ..................... 86,000 00

$178,800 00-$178,800 00


Total Seven and Six per cent.
Bonds in hands of Individuals


$190,800 00


WARRANTS ISSUED DURING TIE YEAR ENDING
DECEMBER 31sT, 1900.

EXPENSES EXECUTIVE OR ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT.


Salary Governor and Aministra-
tive Officers .................
Salaries Clerks....... .......
Postage, Seeds and Stationery,
Agricultural Department ....
Janitor at Capitol......... ...
Watchman at Capitol..........
Contingent Expenses of Capitol..
Contingent Expenses of State...
Printing, Agricultural Depart-
m ent......................
Stationery for Executive and
Legislative Departments......


15,483 70
16,526 00

294 42
300 00
600 00
1,520 40
3,235 19

480 75

751 99-839,192 45


EXPENSES JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.


Salaries Judicial Department.... $
Jurors and Witnesses...........
Clerk Supreme Court..........
Contingent Expenses Supreme
C ourt......................
Purchase of Books for Supreme
Coart Library ..............
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting
in other Circuits............
Rewards for and Arrest of Fugi-
tives from Justice...........
Clerk Supreme Court as Librarian
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem..
Janitor Supreme Court.........
Printing Supreme Court Reports.


39,100 00
53,813 64
1,500 00

1,034 79

244 70

87 00


1,479
300
936
300
379


89
00
00
00
20-- 99,175 22











EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
Commissions to Assessors and
Collectors, including commis-
sions on land sold to State and
cost of Tax Certificates ...... $ 48,355 65
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists... 10,420 80-- 58,776 45
EXPENSES FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.


Contingent Expenses State
Troops, including allowances
to Companies, etc........... $
Salary Adjutant-General .......
Transportation Furloughed Sol-
diers......................


3,837 05
1,200 00

3,323 38-- 8,360 43


MAINTENANCE OF LUNATICS.
Expenses Florida State Hospital
for Insane, including repairs
Sand improvements........... $ 68,302 63-- 68,302 63
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.


Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute. $
East Florida Seminary.........
West Florida Seminary........
Seminary Fund, Interest, divided
equally between East and West
Florida Seminaries ..........
State Normal School at DeFuniak
Springs ....................
Agricultural College.... .....
Normal School (Colored) Talla-
hasssee... .................
South Florida Military and Edu-
cational Institute ............
Expenses Teachers' Summer
Schools ....................
Common School Fund, Interest,
distribution to Counties......
One Mill State School Tax, dis-
tributed to Counties.........


9,602
3,000
2,500


5,937 00

6,710 50
2,500 00

2,334 98

8,242 15

1,800 00

37,680 50

97,523 70--$177,831 34


STATE CHEMIST AND LABORATORY.
Salary of State Chemist........ $ 2,000 00
Salary of Assistant State Chemist 1,500 00
Chemicals and Apparatus ....... 392 28--


3,892 29











DISTRIBUTION OF PRO(EIDS FROM HIRE OF STATE CONVICTS.


Distributed tothe several Counties $ 10,951 60
Contractors for Discharged Con-
victs ....................... 2,020 00
Maintenance State Reformatory.. 2,500 00
Furnishing State Reformatory.. 1,000 00
Salary Superintendent of Convicts 1,500 00
Salary of Chaplain for Convicts.. 235 41-

MISCELLANSOUS.


P tensions .....................
State Board of Health .........
SSalaries and Expenses of Railroad
Commissioners .............
General Printing and Advertising
Insurance on State Buildings....
Confederate Soldiers Home ....
Interest on Loan..............
Payment of Borrowed Money...
Examination of State Offices....
Preparation of Manual for Jus-
tices of the Peace............
Expenses Legislature of 1899...


44,263 65
39,196 68


10,268
12,157
50
800
2,500
100,000
1,133


500 00
2 75


RECAPITULATION OF WARRANTS ISSUED Ix 1900.


Executive Department ..........$
Judicial Department............
Expenses Assessment and Collec-
tion of Revenue ..............
Expenses Florida State Troops..
Maintenance of Lunatics.........
Educational Institutions. ........
State Chemist and Laboratory....
Distribution of Proceeds from Hire
of State Convicts ............
M miscellaneous .................


39,192 45
99,175 22


58,776
8,360
68,302
177,831
3,892


18,207 01
210,873 88-8684,611 69


-4 18,207 01


- 210,873 88

$684,611 69











ESTIMATED APPROPRIATIONS
Necessary for the current expenses of the State Government
from July 1st, to December 31st, A. D. 1901, and for the
expenses of the Legislature which convenes in April, 1901.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
Salaries of Governor and Administrative Officers..8 7,750 00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department...... 8,690 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol............... 1,500 00
Contingent Expenses of State................. 1,500 00
W atchman at Capitol ........................ 300 00
Janitorat Capitol............................ 150 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural De-
partment ................................. 300 00
Printing, Agricultural Department ............. 250 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depart-
m ent..................................... 500 00
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.
Salaries Justice of Supreme Court, Circuit Judges
and State Attorneys ... ................... 19,550 00
Jurors and Witnesses before the Grand Jury .... 45,000 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
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem under Section
1255, R. S ................................ 100 00
Janitor Supreme Court.................. ..... 150 00
Salary of Clerk to Supreme Court Judges....... 750' 00
Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court......... 1,500 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.......... ........................ 75 00
Costs Adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.. 50 00
Expenses Circuit Judges sitting in other Circuits. 250 00
EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
Commissions to Assessors and Collectors, In-
cluding Commissions 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
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists Under Section 50
of Chapter 4322, of the Laws of Florida...... 13,000 00











LEGISLATIVE' DEPARTMENT.
Expenses Legislature of 1901.................. $70,000 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 Typewriter for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Payable from Interest on
Common School Fund..................... 300 00
Under this head the Legislature of 1899 made appropria-
tions for the following Educational Institutions, payable out
of General Revenue:
East Florida Seminary.
West Florida Seminary.
State Normal 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 Chapter 4669, of the Laws of Florida.
FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.
Expenses State Troops........................ $ 2,000 00
Salary Adjutant-General............ .......... 600 00
STATE CHEMIST, LABORATORY AND INSPECTION OF FERTIL-
IZERS.
Salary State Chemist ......................... $1,000 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for Laboratory of State
Chemist ....................... : ........... 400 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and Inspector of
Fertilizers ............. ...... ........... 750 00
MISCELLANEOUS.
Maintenance of Lunatics......................$ 60,000 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
2C











ESTIMATE]) EXPENDITURES OU1: 01;O GENERAL REVENUE UNI)RI
EXISTING STANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR TIE LAST SIX
MONTHS OF 1901.
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable by
the State Treasurer on Coupons ............. $40,000 00
Confederate Soldiers Home ................... 750 00
ITEMS NOT CHARGEABLE TO GENERAL REVENUE FOR WHICH
WARRANTS ARE ISSUED.
State Board of Health, Half Mill Tax.
State One Mill School Tax, distributed to the several coun-
ties.
Pension Tax, One Mill.
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 as the law directs.
Foir annual amount of each of these items, see Warrants
issued in 1899 and 1900.


ESTIMATED A APPROPRIATIONS
Necessary for the current expenses of the State Government
for the year 1902.
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Salaries of Governor and Administrative Officers.. *15,500 00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department...... 17,380 00
Contingent Expenses of Capitol............... 3,000 00
Contingent Expenses of State ................. 3,000 00
Watchman at Capitol. .................. ..... 600 00
Janitor at Capitol ............................ 300 00
Postage, Seeds and Stationery, Agricultural De-
partment ................................. 600 00
Printing, Agricultural Department............... 500 00
Stationery for Executive and Legislative Depart-
ments ................................... 1,000 00
JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT.

Salaries 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, un ler Section
1321, R S....... .. ..... ... .00 00
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem under Section
1321, R. S ............ ...... ............. 942 00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem under Section
1255, R.S........................ 200 00
Janitor Supreme Court....................... 300 00
Salary of Clerk to Supreme Court Judges ....... '1,500 00
Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court..... .... 2,000 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.................................. 150 00'
Costs Adjudged against the State in Civil Cases.. 10A 00
Expenses of Circuit Judges sitting in other Circuits. 400 00
EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUE.
Commissions to Assessors and Collectors, In-
cluding Commissions 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
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists Under Section 50
of Chapter 4322, of the Laws of Florida...... 16,000 00
EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute........... ... 10,000 00
Contingent Expenses Superintendent of Plblic
Instruction, Payable from Interest on Common
School Fund ........... ......... ........ 500 00
Clerk Superintendent Public Instruction, Payable
from Interest on Common School Fund ...... 900 00
Stenographer and Typewriter for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Payable from Interest on
Common School Fund...... .............. 600 00
Under this head the Legislature of 1899 made appropria-
tions for the following Educational Institutions, payable out
of General Revenue.
East Florida Seminary.
West Florida Seminary.
State'Normal College at DeFuniak.
Florida Agricultural College.
Normal School (Cblored) at Tallahassee.
South Florida Military and Educational Institute.
For amounts appropriated foi the above institutions by the
last Legislature, see Chapter 4669 of the Laws of Florida.












FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.

Expense State Troops ......................... $ 4,000 00
Encampment State Troops..................... 8,000 00
Salary Adjutant-General ......... .. ......... 1,200 00

STATE CHEMISTT, LABORATORY AND INSPECTION OF FERTIL-
IZERS.

Salary State Chemist......................... $ 2,000 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for Laboratory of State
Chemist .................................. 800 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and Inspector
of Fertilizer ................... .......... 1,500 00
MISCELLA NEOUS.

Maintenance of Lunatics. ................... $85,000 00
General Printing and Advertising .............. 10,000 00
Rewards for and Expenses of Arrest of Fugitives
from Justice ............................... 2,000 00
Salary and Expenses of Railroad Commissioners.. 15,000 00
Insurance on State Buildings, including Buildings
at State Insane Asylum, and Capitol.......... 2,000 00

ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES OUT OF GENERAL REVENUE UNDER
EXISTING STANDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR TIE YEAR 1902.

Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable by
the State Treasurer on Coupons ............ .$ 80,000 00
Confederate Soldiers Home................... 1,500 00

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

State Board of Health, Half Mill Tax.
State One Mill School Tax, distributed to the several
Counties.
Pension Tax, One Mill.
Interest on Bonds in Common School Fund which is dis-
tributed to the different Counties.
Interest on Bonds in Seminary Fund which is divided
between East and West Florida Seminaries.
The proceeds of the hire of State Convicts, which is dis-
tributed as the law directs. :
For annual amount of each of these items, see Warrants
issued in 1899 and 1900.











ESTIMATED APPROPRIATIONS.
Necessary for the Current Expenses of the State Government
from January 1st to June 30th, A. D. 1903:
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
Salaries of Governor and Administrative Officers.$ 7,750 00
Salaries Clerks Administrative Department.... 8,690 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-
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...................... l19,550 00
Jurors and Witnesses before the Grand Jury.... 35,000 00
Clerk Supreme Court as Librarian, under Section
1821, R. S.................... ........ 150 00
Clerk Supreme Court, per diem, under Section
1321, R S ................................ 471 00
Sheriff Supreme Court, per diem, under Section
1255, R. S ................................ 100 00
Janitor Supreme Court....................... 150 00
Salary of Clerk to Supreme Court Judges...... 750 00
Contingent Expenses of Supreme Court........ 1,000 00
Purchase of Books for Supreme Court Library .. 250 00
Printing Supreme CourtReports.............. 1,000 00
Expenses of Circuit Judges Sitting on Supreme
B ench ................................... 75 00
Costs Adjudged Against the State in Civil Cases 50 00
Expenses Circuit Judges Sitting in Other Circuits 200 00
EXPENSES ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTION OF REVENUfE.
Commissions to Assessors and Collectors, includ-
ing commissions 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
Printing Delinquent Tax Lists under Section 50,
of Chapter 4322, of the Laws of Florida....... 13,000 00












EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
Blind, Deaf and Dumb Institute ................ 5,0 0 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 Fnnd ....... 450 00
Stenographer and Typewriter for Superintendent
of Public Instruction, payable from Interest on
Common School Fund...................... 300 00
Under this head the Legislature of 1899 made appropria-
tions for the following Educational Institutions, payable out
of General Revenue:
East Florida Seminary.
West Florida Seminary.
State Normal 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 Chap.er 4669 of the Laws of Florida.
FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.

Expenses State Troops........ .. .......... 2,000 00
Encampment State Troops..................... 8,000 00
Salary Adjutant-General ..................... 600 00

STATE (JCEIIST, LAIBOIATORY AND INSPi'CTION OF FER-
TILIZERS.

Salary State Chemist....................... 1,000 00
Chemicals and Apparatus for Laboratory of State
Chemist .................................. 400 00
Salary Assistant State Chemist and Inspector of
Fertilizers ................................ 750 00
MISCELLANEOUS.

Maintenance of Lunatics............... ... .. .$42,500 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 STI
MONTHS OF 1903.
Interest on Bonds of 1871 and 1873, payable by
the State Treasurer on Coupons..... .:...... 10,000 00
Confederate Soldiers Home ................... 750 00

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

State Board of Health, Half Mill Tax.
State One Mill School Tax, distributed to the several. Coun-
ties.
Pension Tax, One Mill.
Interest on Bonds in Common School Fund, which is dis-
tributed to the different Counties.
Interest on Bonds in Seminary Funds, which is divided be-
tween East and West Florida Seminaries.
The Proceeds of the Hire of State Convicts, which is dis-
tributed as the law directs.
For annual amount of each of these items, see Warrants
issued in 1899 and 1900.





RAILROADS.
STATEMENT Showing the Assessment of Railroad and
Telegraph Property for the year 1900 in each County, as
Assessed by the Comptroller, with the "assistance and ad-
vice of the Attorney-General and Treasurer."

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO.,
(PENSACOLA AND ATLANTIC DIVISION.)

Escambia county.

Miles. Hdths.
9.98-Main track at..... $7,000 69,860.00
1.73-Side track at....... 2,333 4,036.09
Pro rata value rolling stock 5,559.32-$ 79,455.41











Santa Rosa county.


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

Walton county.

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

Holmes county.

20.52-Main track at...... 'i',000
.66-Side track at..:. .... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Washington county.

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

Jackson county.

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


272,090.00
2,380.00
19,099.19-- 293,569.19


246,820.00
1,785.00
17,223.93-


265,828.93


143,640.00
1,155.00
10,055.20-- 154,850.20


107,520.00
2,135.00
7,871.35-



276,010.00
1,662.50
19,170.40-


117,526.35


296,842.90


Gadsden county.


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


5,040.00
262.50
S413.03-


5,715.53


LOUISVILLE AND NASIVILLE RAILROAD CO.
(PENSACOLA DIVISION).

Escambia county.


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


310,870.00
65,175.00
108,644.60- 484,689.60









25

GEORGIA SOUTHERN AND FLORIDA RAILROAD
COMPANY.
Hamilton county.


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

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

Bradford county.

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

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

Putnam county.

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


192,000.00
2,490.00
52,345.67- 2P1;,,.;.'5 17


136,200.00
1,770.00
37,136.50- 175,106.50



198,000.00
1,380.00
52,750.00- 252,130.00


33,600.00
600.00
9,330.7S-


136,200.00
3,000.00
38,411.71-


43,530.78


177,611.71


TAVARES, APOPKA AND GULF RAILROAD CO.

Lake county.


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


75,000.00
195.00
19,805.00- 95,000.00


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









26
ST. AUGUSTINE AND SOUTH BEACH RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.

3.81-Main track at....... 1,500 5,715.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,000.00- 7,715.00

GAINESVILLE AND GULF RAILWAY COMPANY

Alachua county.

34.00-Main track at....... 4,000 -136,000.00
1.00-Side track at.... .... 1,000 1,000.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 8,478.75- 145,47". 7-'

Marion county.

8.77-Main track at....... 4,000 35,080.00
.50-Side track at........ 1,000 500.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,215.66- 37,825.66

Bradford county.

4.50-Main track at....... 4,000 18,000.00
.50-Side track at.... .... 1,000 500.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 1,211.25- 19,711.25

PENSACOLA AND PERDIDO RAILROADD CO.

Escambia county.

8.00-Main track at....... 2,200 17,600.00
1.60-Side track at........ 750 1,200.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 2,800.00- 21,600.00

PENSACOLA, ALABAMA AND TENNESSEE RAIL-
ROAD CO.

Escambia county.

15.30-Main track at....... 2,200 33,660.00
.75-Side track at........ 1,000 750.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 7,095.00- 41,505.00











JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND HALIFAX
RIVER RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.


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


121,800.00
28,250.00
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 IIALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY CO.

Putnam county.


11.62-Main track at.......,7,000
2.70-Branch track at. .... 6,000
1.54-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


Volnsia county.


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

St. Johns county.

21.94-Main track at....... 7,000
1.80-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling 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



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


ST. JOINS RAILWAY CO.

St. Johns county.


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


24,000.00
4,000.00- 28,000.00











ST. AUGUSTINE AND HALIFAX RIVER RAILWAY
COMPANY.


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-



33,500.00
3,000.00
4,900.00-


JACKSONVILLE, ST. AUGUSTINE AND
RIVER RAILWAY CO.

Volusia county.


105,300.00


41,400.00

INDIAN


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 rolling 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.

Alachua county.


25.21-Main track at....... 6,000
6.63-Side trackat....... 1,750
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.


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


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


151,260.00
11,602.50
57,447.03- 220,309.53



93,500.00
74,820.00
3,275.00
3,447.50
64,519.66- 239,562.1G


85,080.00
2,082.50
27,731.18- 114,893.68


Suwannee county.


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

Gadsden county.

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


214,020.00
6,142.50
79,711.37-


14,300.00
2,587.50
8,894.91-


329,873.87


25,782.41


Nassau county.


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

Duval county.

11.79-Main track at....... 7,000
3.15-Side track at........ 2,333
Pro rata value rolling stock


166,880.00
6,265.00
49,472.29- 222,617.29



82,530.00
7,348.95
26,955.36- 116,834.31











Jefferson county.

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


55,250.00
1,140.00
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.A6


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....... 3,000
1.10-Side track at........ 750
Pro rata value rolling stock

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


111,750.00
825.00
19,801.64- 132,376.64


66,450.00
150.00
11,540.20-



27,750.00
150.00
4,879.42-


78,140.20


32,779.42











Pasco county.


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


IHillsborough county.


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


Hernando county.


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


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

COMPANY.
(South Florida Division).

Orange county.


33.96-Main track at....... 7,000
17.40-Main track at....... 4,500
9.58-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock

Osceola county.

16.00-Main track at....... 7,000
14.40-Main track at....... 4,500
3.02-Side track at....... 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


237,720.00
78,300.00
16,765.00
45,425.89- 378,210.89


112,000.00
64,800.00
5,285.00
24,911.94-


206,996.94


Polk county.


:36.78-Main track at....... 7,000
44.68-Main track at....... 6,000
6.79-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


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











Ilillsborough 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

Pasco county.


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

lernando county.


14.29-Main track at .......
.90-Side track at........
Pro rata value rolling stock

Sumter county.


6,000
1,500


.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
Pro rata value rolling stock

Alachua county.

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


115,920.00
1,650.00
15,221.47- 132,791.47


85,740.00
1,350.00
11,322.93-


3,780.00
469.61-



83,940.00
2,070.00
11,457.11-



48,240.00
1,020.00
6,500.06-



26,700.00
3,317.11-



138,780.00
2,175.00
18,322.42-


98,412.93


4,249.61


97,467.11


55,760.06


30,017.11


159,277.42


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


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


331,401.00











TAMPA AND THONOTOSASSA ItAILROAD 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.


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


89,250.00
7,000.00 "
1,300.00-


97,550.00


FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
(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
4.86-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-



267,100.00
11,370.00
32.433.82-


211,484.46


310,903.82


Sumter county.


17.85-Main track at....... 5,000
.65-Side track at ....... 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock
3C


89,250.00
975.00
9,836.50- 100,061.50












Hernando county.


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


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


Lake county.


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


116,400.00
5,250.00
14,238.99- 135,888.99


FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.

(Charlotte Harbor Division.)

Polk county.


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


88,000.00
2,725.00
7,022.10-


97,747.10


DeSoto county.


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


288,250.00
4,900.00
21,857.90- 315,007.90


ST. JOHNS AND LAKE EUSTIS RAILROAD CO.

Lake county.


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


99,594.00
1,717.50
1,367.50- 102,679.00


Marion county.


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


4,400.00
57.50-


4,457.50











FORT MEADE STREET RAILWAY CO.

Polk county.

1.12-Main track at....... 800 896.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 200.00- 1,096.00

CARR tAELLE TALLAHASSEE AND GEORGIA RAIL-
ROAD CO.

Franklin county.

13.84-Main track at....... 4,000 55,360.00
1.21-Side track at.... 1,000 1,210.00
Pro rata value rolling stock 6,227.08- 62.797.08

Wakulla county.


23.66-Main track at....... 4,000
.88-Side track at........ 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


94,640.00
880.00
10,153.67- 105.673.67


Leon county.


12.09-Main track at........ 4,000
1.49-Side track at ........ 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


48,360.00
1,490.00
5,618.86-


55,468.86


FLORIDA MIDLAND RAILROAD CO.

Orange county.


38.00-Main track at....... 1,770
.43-Side track at........ 750


67,260.00
322.50- 67,582.50


Osceola county.


6.00-Main track at....... 1,770
.10-Side track at ..... .. 750


10,620.00
75.00-


10,695.00


PALATKA AND HEIGHTS STREET RAILWAY CO.

Putnam county.


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


3,000.00
500.00-


3,500.00


I









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PENSACOLA AND MOBILE RAILWAY AND MANIT-
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.


20.00-Main track at....... 1,000
1.00-Side track at........ 500
'Pro rata value rolling stock


20,000.00
500.00
3,600.00-


:SAVANNAH FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY
CO.

(Jacksonville Division)-Formerly Jacksonville, Tampa and
Key West Railway Co.


Duval county.

11.37-Main track at ....... 6,0006
2.44-Side track at........ 2,-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

Putnam county.

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


Volusia county.


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


68,220.00
5,693.32
25,707.59-


99,620.91


168,000.00
5,652.50
58,135.26- 231,787.76



241,020.00
14,665.00
90,376.79- 346,061.79



243,480.00
11,252.50
87,510.05- 342,242.55











Orange county.

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


28,800.00
6,002.50
15,320.30- 50,122.80


SANFORD AND LAKE EUSTIS RAILWAY.

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-Side track at........ 5,000
.87-Side track at........ 1,500


40,100.00
1,305.00-


41,405.00


SOUTH EASTERN RAILROAD CO.

(Formerly Atlantic Coast, St. Johns and Indian River Ry.)

Volusia county.


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


Brevard county.


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


74,250.00
840.00
7,373.05- 82,463.05



45,000.00
2,355.00
4,827.00- 52,182.00,


DELAND AND ST. JOHNS RIVER RAILROAD.

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

Volusia county.


4.10-Main track at........ 4,000
1.48-Side track at........ 1,250


16,400.00
1,850.00-- 18,250.00,











LIVE OAK AND GULF RAILWAY CO.

Suwannee county.


18.00-Main track at...... 2,500
.60-Side track at........ 750
Pro rata value rolling stock


45,000.00
450.00
2,800.00-


TAMPA ELECTRIC COMPANY.

Hillsborough county.


12.50-Main track at....... 4,000
4.50-Main track at....... 2,800
.50-Side track at....... 4,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


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


77,200.00


ATLANTIC, SUWANNEE RIVER AND GULF IAIL-
ROAD CO.

Bradford county.


15.85-Main track at....... '3,500
1.18-Side track at ....... 1,000
Pro rata value rolling stock

Alachua county.

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


55,475.00
1,180.00
4,434.10--



77,000.00
1,650.00
6,157.75-


61,089.10


84,807.75


FLORIDA CENTRAL AND PENINSULAR RAILROAD
COMPANY.
Alachua county.


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

Baker county.


4,500
6,000
1,500


26.25-Main track at....... 0,000
.94-Side track at........ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


157,500.00
174,000.00
5,175.00
50,735.89-- 387,410.89



157,500.00
1,410.00
20,452.31- 179,362.31


1 ,?-, l.00











Bradford county.

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


118,500.00
885.00
15,299.74- 134,684.74


Clay county.


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

Columbia county.

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


34,500.00
750.00
4,701.25-



114,000.00
1,335.00
14,961. 25-


39,951.25


I :I.,29;.2:1


Duval county.


38.00-Main track at....... 7,000
13.13-Main track at ....... 6,000
4.55-Side track at........ 2,333
2.16-Side track at........ 1,750
Pro rata value rolling stock


266,000.00
78,780.00
10,615.15
3,780.00
43,507.24


402,682.39


Gadsden county.


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


Hernando county.


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


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


213,360.00
1,410.00
27,455.30- 242.225.30



37,500.00
45.00
4,723.81- 42,268.81



213,540.00
10,200.00
4,560.00
32,893.70- 261,193.70











Jefferson county.


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

Lake county.


6,000
2,000
1,500


14.50-Main track at....... 6,000
9.00-Main track at....... 4,500
1.54-Side track at........ 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Leon county.


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

Levy county.

17.00-Main track at.......
43.20-Main track at .......
4.70-Side track at .......
Pro rata value rolling stock

Madison county.


6,000
1,500
1,500


6,000
4,000
1,125


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

Marion county.

4,'. i -M.la track at....... 6,000
4.10-Side track at .....,.. 1,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Nassau county.


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


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


111,000.00
8,760.00
2,400.00
18,413.85- 140,573.85



87,000.00
40,500.00
2,310.00
18,835.08- 148,645.08


156,000.00
16,500.00
1,965.00
28,816.78-



102.000.00
172,800,00
5,287.50
48.817.78-



207,000.00
2,580.00
27,244.68-


203,281.78.


328,905.28,


294,240.00
6,150.00
39,971,90- 340,361.90



346,500.00
3,375.00
10,440.00
5,430.00
51,781.44- 417,526.44-











Orange county.


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


4,500
4,000
1,125


Pasco county.

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

Sumter county.

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


108,000.00
62,680.00
2,238.75
31,:.;:;i;.i;:- 204,255.40


126,000.00
1,020.00
16,807.69-


148,327.69


228,420.00
2,325.00
29,802.16- 260,547.16


Suwannee county.


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

Wakulla county.

9.25-Main track at.... ... 1,500
.03-Side track at........ 375
Pro rata value rolling stock


162,000.00
2,400.00
21,512.92-



13,875.00
11.25
6,980.41-


MAIN STREET RAILROAD COMPANY.

Duval county.


2.75-Main track at....... 4,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


11,000.00
3,000.00- 14,000.00


JACKSONVILLE STREET RAILWAY COMPANY.

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


185,912.92


20,866.6(i











JACKSONVILLE TERMINAL COMPANY.

Duval county.


8.80-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 ELECTRIC TERMINAL 'RAILWAY CO.

Escambia county.


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


12,250.00
13,660.00
15,450.00- 41,360.00


YELLOW RIVER RAILROAD COMPANY.

Walton county.


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


38,850.00
3,500.00
7,650.00- 50,000.0(1


VALDOSTA AND SOUTIIERN RAILROAD COM-
PANY.

Madison county.


3.00-Main track at...... 2,000


6,000.00- 6t,000.00


ATLANTIC, VALDOSTA AND WESTERN RAILROAD
COMPANY.

Baker county.


14.70-Main track at....... 6,000
.66-Side track at........ 2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


Duval county.


12.42-Main track at....... 6,000
15.39-Side track at........ 2,000
Pro rata value rolling stock


88,200.00
1.320.00
5,388.44-



74,520.00
30,780.00
9,756.02-


94,908.44


115,056.02











Nassau county.

12.32-Main track at....... 6,000 73,920.00
1.05-Side track at....... 2,000 2,100:00
Pro rata value rolling stock 4,690.32- 80,710.32

TALLAHASSEE SOUTH EASTERN RAILROAD CO.

Leon county.


15.00-Main track at ....... 2,500

Jefferson county.

5.00-Main track at........ 2,500

JACKSONVILLE AND SOUTH \\
COMPANY

Nassau county.

4.95-Main track at....... 4,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

I)uval county.

22.83-Main track at....... 4,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Baker county.

11.49--Main track at....... 4,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Bradford county.

21.44-Main track at ....... 4,500
Pro rata value rolling stock

Alachua county.

11.51-Main track at....... 4,500
Pro rata value rolling stock


37,500.00- 37,500.00



12,500.00- 12,500.00

*I,:' I,: I'I RAILROAD


22,275.00
1,240.57-


23,515.57


102,735.00
5,721.65- 108,456.65


51,705.00
2,879.62-


54,584.62


96,480.00
5,373.29- 101,853.29



51,795.00
2,884.63- 54,679.63










44

TELEGRAPH LINES.



WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.

Baker county.


Miles. Wires.
16.00 1 at................... $ 50 $


800.00--$ 800.00


Columbia county.


11.00 3 at .................... 85
8.20 4 at..................... 100


Escambia county.


1 at....................
3 at ....................
4 at............ .......
9 at.. .. .... .... .... ....
350 feet cable wire at 20
cents................
250 feet cable wire at 30
cents................

Gadsden county.

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

Hamilton county.

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


935.00
820.00-



350.00
897.60
4,500.00
266.00


1,755.00


70.00

75.00- 6,158.60


50.00
192.50
85.00
3,440.00


3,767.50


655.00
560.00
2,805.00- 4,020.00


Holmes county.

21.25 3 at.................... 85


1,806.25- 1,806.25


7.00
10.56
45.00
1.52


1.00
2.75
1.00
34.40



13.10
8.00
33.00











Jackson county.

38.00 3 at .................... 85


Jefferson county.


24.70 4 at.................... 100


3,230.00- 3,230.00




2,470.00-2,470.00- 2,.


Leon county.


22.90 4at........ ......... 100
1.25 8 at..................... 160

Madison county.

2.00 2 at.................... 70
35.00 4 at.................... 100

Nassau county.


7.20
20.50
10.17


1 at.... .... ....
5 at .... .... ....
6 at ............


50
........ 115
........ 130


Santa Rosa county.


39.50 3 at.................... 85
325 feet cable wire at 20 cents

Suwannee county.

8.00 1 at .................... 50
27.20 4 at .................... 100


2,290.00
200.00- 2,490.00



110.00
3,500.00- 3,640.00



360.00
2,357.50
1,322.10- 4,039.60



3,357.50
65.00- 3,422.50


400.00
2,720.00-- 3,120.00


Washington county.

14.00 3 at .................... 85 1,190.00- 1,190.00


Walton county.


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


85 3,102.50- 3,102.50










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INTERNATIONAL OCEAN TELEGRAPH CO.

Alachua county.


1 at................
2 at................
3 at................
4 at................
5 at ............ ...
6 at................
11 at................


S2,624.00
2,054.50
714.00
2,853.00
1,068.35
592.80
102.50-10.009.15


Baker county.


25.60 6 at ........ :. .....


.... 130 3,328.00- 3,328.00


Bradford county.


40.00 1 at.................... 50
19.04 6 at .................... 130


2,000.00
2,475.20- 4,475.20


Brevard county.


2 at ....................
5 at.... .... ........ ....
6 at.... .... .... .... ....
860 feet cable wire at 10
cents............... '..


70 980.00
115 13,777.00
130 130.00

86.00-14,973.00


Clay county.


6.00 1 at....................
50 2 at........ ............
27.70 5 at....................
6.00 6 t. ...................
250 feet cable wire at 40
cents ..................


12.00
11.00
1.00


Columbia county.

1 at........... ........ 50
6 at.................... 130
14 at.................... 250


50 300.00
70 35.00
115 3,185.50
130 780.00

100.00- 4,400.50


600.00
1,430.00
250.00-


2,280.00


52.48
29.35
8.40
28.53
9.29
4.56
.50


14.00
119.80
1.00












Dade county.


1 at....................
2 at....................
5 at............. ......
6 at .... .... .... .... ....
7 at .... .... .... .... ....
8 at ....................
2,805 feet cable wire at 10
cents ................
200 feet cable wire at 35
cents................
700 feet cable wire at 40
cents................


850.00
210.00
10,108.50
2,171.00
72.50
160.00


280.50

70.00

280.00-14,202.50


DeSoto county.


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

Duval county.

1 at .... ........ ........ 5
2 at .................... 7
3 at..................... 8
4 at.................... 10'
5 at.................... 11
6 at.................... 13
8 at.................... 16
10 at.................... 19
11 at.................... 20
28 at.................... 46
33 at ................... 53
39 at.................... 62
45 at.................... 71
55 at....... ............. 86
1,080 feet cable wire at 10
cents................
480 feet cable wire at 20
cents................
250 feet cable wire at 25
cents................


745.50
1,190.00
5,120.00- 7,055.50


1,230.00
177.80
39.10
30.00
2,852.00
3,911.70
3,859.20
28.50
3,690.00
96.60
240.75
100.00
100.10
60.55

108.00

96.00


62.50


17.00
3.00
87.90
16.70
.50
1.00


10.65
14.00
51.20


24.60
2.54
.46
.30
24.80
30.09
24.12
.15
18.00
.21
.45
.16
.14
.07












550 feet cable wire at 30
cents................
250 feet cable wire at 35
cents ................
2,000 feet cable wire at 100
cents................


165 00

87.50

2,000.00-18,935.30


Hernando county.


17.56 2 at .................. 70
5.00 6 at................... 130


1,229.20
650.00- 1,879.20


Ilillsborough county.


1 at....................
1 at.... .... .... .... ....
3 at.... .... .... .... ...
4 at ....................
7 at.... .... ........ ....


Lake county.


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


450.00
2,639.00
467.50
125.00
4,953.20- 8,634.70




3,758.00
2,028.00
2,976.70
50.00
51.25- 8,858.95


Lee county.


30.00 3 at....................
.25 6 at....................
32,000 feet Cable Wire at
10 cents................


85 2,550.00
130 32.50

3,200.00- 5,782.50


Levy county.

39.52 1 at.................... 50 1,976.00- 1,976.00

Marion county.


7.52 1 at....................


9.00
37.70
5.50
1.25
34.16


75.16
28.90
35.02
.50
.25


50 376.00












3 at .... .... .... .... ....
4 at ... .... .... .... ....
14 at .... .... .... .........


3,867.50
4,725.00
125.00- 9,093.50


Nassau county.


45.50
47.25
.50



.5.39
12.50
5.00


1,769.50
1,062.50
575.00


62.50- 3,519.50


Orange county.


1 at.... .... .... .... ....
2 at .... .... .... .... ....
3 at....................
6 at ....................
7 at........... .......
10 at....................
980 feet cable wire at 10
cents ................
350 feet caLle wire at 30
cents................

Pasco county.

2 at ...................
6at...................
7 at .... .... .... .. .. .. ]
13 at................... .


Polk county.


3 at.................... 85
4 at.................... 100
7 at...........:. ....... 145


1,142.00
1,155.00
2,397.00
182.00
435.00
2S5.00


98.00

105.00- 5,799.00



2,807.00
65.00
3,239.30
352.50- 6,163.80



1,275.00
1,770.00
72.50-- 3,117.50


Putnam county.


-22.00 1 at.................... 50
29.00 2 at..................... 70
4 C


1 at ....................
3 at ... ................
5 at .... .... .... .... ....
250 feet cable wire at 20
cents .................
250 feet cable wire at 25
cents................


22.81
16.50
28.20
1.40
3.00
1.50


40.10
.50
22.34
1.50



15.00
17.70
.50


1,100.00
2,030.00











4 at ...................
5 at....................
8 at....................
20 at..................
650 feet cable wire at 10
cents................
330 feet cable wire at 20
cents................
510 feet cable wire at 40
cents................


2,910.00
2,944.00
400.00
170.00


65.00

66.00

204.00- 9,889.00


St. Johns county.


1 at ....................
5 at....................
6 at....................
9 at ....................
375 feet cable wire at 45
cents ................


Sumter county.


2 at. .......... ...... .
3 at.................
4 at ....................
5 t. ...................
6 at... ...............


600.00
5,255.50
2,340.00
175.00


168.75- 8,539.25



994.00
989.40
1,174.00
2,300.00
455.00- 5,912.41


Volusia county.


1 at....................
2 at....................
4 at ....................
5 at .... .... .... .... ....
6 at....................
250 feet cable wire at
20 cents..............


1,365.00
1,890.00
4,090.00
5,635.00
195.00


50.00--13,225.00


CARRABELLE, TALLAHASSEE AND GEORGIA
RAILROAD'S TELEGRAPH LINE.

Franklin county.

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


29.10
25.60
2.50
.50


12.00
45.70
18.00
L1.00


14.20
11.64
11.74
20.00
3.50



27.30
27.00
40.90
49.00
1.50









51


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:
.COMPANY.

Duval county.

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

APALACHICOLA AND MARIANNA TELEGRAPH
COMPANY.

Franklin county.

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

SAVANNAH, FLORIDA AND WESTERN RAILWAY'S
TELEGRAPH.

Jefferson county.

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










52

SOUTH FLORIDA TELEGRAPH CO.

Orange county.


17.00
30.00



33.00



80.00



34.00



22.00



17.00



59.87
40.00



25.45
40.00



32.00
23.00



20.00


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

Osceola county.

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

Polk county.

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

Hillsborough county.

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

Pasco county.

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

Hernando county.

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

Citrus county.

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

Marion county.

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

Alachua county.

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

Levy county.

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


850.00
2,100.00- 2,950.00



2,310.00- 2,310.00



5,600.00- 5,600.00



2,380.00- 2,380.00



1,540.00-- 1,540.00



1,190.00 1,190.00



2,993.50
2,800.00- 5,793.50



1,272.50
2,800.00- 4,072.50



2,240.00
2,300.00- 4,540.00



1,400.00- 1,400.00








53

Columbia county.

33.00 1 at.... ................ 50 1,650.00-- 1,650.00

Suwannee county.

30.00 2 at .................... 70 2,100.00- 2,100.00

POSTAL TELEGRAPH CABLE COMPANY.

Escambia county.

18.00 2 wires at............... 70 1,260.00- 1,260.00








Statement showing the Length and Value of Telegraph Lines Assessed for the Year 1900.


NYSE OF COMPANT.


Western Union Telegraph Company ... 52.38








International Ocean Telegraph COj .... 402 1.






South Florida Telegraph Company..... 135.82
Carrabelle, Tallahassee & Georgia Rail-
road's Ttlegraph Line ............. 50.00
Geneva TelegraphCompany............ 17.(0
Jacksonville & St. John- Bar Tel. Co.... 23.00
Apal. chicola & Marianna Telegraph O110.00
Savannah, Fla. & West. Ry's Tel. Line. 11.90
Postal Telegraph Cable Company............
802.33


SIBB. ~ TWO W1
s s
N a 0.0i
a a-. *
m~ e
~ =


S 2615 00i 12.75


$70001


20,140 50"71.001 70 00






6766 00 r7. ml 70 00
1,250 Oii
550 O .... ......
575 0) .....
,500 00 ...... ......
2 29" 0 0 '
59 0 i ......1 .... ..
...... 18.00 0 00
834.691 5 1679.75 ......


I- IR -1 ABLI N '
___ __ __ __ __ __ aWRB !O1DB 7~~~!


d -
201.81 85[? 17.408 851 675
S4 197.40 100 19 74000 250
$ 891500 11 5 2.35750 ....
S01 6 10.17 13I 1,322 10i ......
I 1.25 16(0 200 00 ......
9 1.52 175 266 00 ......
S206.22 85 17,528 7038.375
228.47 100 22,847 00 1,310
5 414 79 115 47,700 85 500J
6 144.14 130 18,738 201 10i
S 60.50 145 8,772 501 450
8 2.62 160 4,41929 1,460
9 1.00 175 175 00 375
0 1.65 10 313 502,000
18,970 0. 11 18.75 205 3,843 75 ....
13 1.50 235 352 50..
14 1.50 250 375 00 ..
120 .50 340 170 00o ..
28 .21 460 96 60
33 .45 5 240 7...
139 .16 6S5 100 00 ..
45 .14 71 100 10 ......
.55 07 865 60 55 ....
26,460 0 4 23.00 100 2,300 00'



.. ...... .......... ......
1.260
$47.5F2 5 1.566.32 ...... 8169.428 546.29


o0cl$ 135 001
30c 75 0W i
$ 1 5,011 9S


10c 3, 837 50q)
20c 262 001
25c 125 00:i
31 c 270 00!;.
35c 157 50'
40c 584 o00o
45c 168 75 I
1.00 2,000 o00
.... ....... 172,349 4S






.. '35.526 00
.... ........I 12.
.... .........






150 00
... ......... i o


.... ......... 157500
.... 2,0000
.... ......... 595 00
1,260 00
.... $7.614 75 8259.317 40


Total Assessments by State Board.............. ............ 259,317 40
Telephone Lines. etc., Assessed by County Assessors.......... .... 4,900 00
=263,317 40
Difference in Assessments, (fractional parts of dollars) ........... 6 60
Total as shown on Assessment Rolls... ........ ............ $263324 00











Statement Showing Taxes Assessed on Each.Railroad and Telegraph Line for the Year 1900.


Total State County School Total
Railroads and Telegraph Lines. Sub-dis-
Valuation Taxes Taxes trict Taxes Taxes

Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.................... ................ $4, 451,10448 s22,255 52 $ 50 341 00 $ 2.741 00 75. 37 9
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (Georgia Division). ... 1,347,571 t 6,73789 14847 10 1,135 S5 ,720 4
,Savannh. Florida and We tern Railway (Jacksonville Division) (formerly, 1 1,13 5 22, 5U 4
J. T. & K. W. IRy. Main Line) .................. 1,069.83581 5,319 21, l:,97 67 623 73 19,07 ti
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway (South Florida Division) ...... 2,097, 70 35 10,48895 25,889 30 2,301 96 38,680 21
.Deland and St. Johns River Railroad (operated by S. F. & W. Ry. Co)... 18,250 00 9125 25550 5475 401 55
Florida Southern Railroad (Palatka Division) (operated by S. F. & W.
Ry. C) .... .........00) .............................. 9(V90. 475 501 4,95. 10,:343 06 67,4 4 15,597(0 28
F.orida Southern Railroad(Chrlotte arotte bor Division) (operated by S. F. 475 50
& W. Ry.Co.) .............................................................. ...412,7155 0 2.0(13 79 5,365 851 17 10 7,6268 0
Sanford and St. Petersburg Railroad (operated b S. F. & W. Ry. 41,55 O 2/ 39
Co.) ........... ... 3.179 78 3,515 01 7, 899 40 993 81 12. 409 12
Silver Springs, Ocalaand Gulf Railroad (operated by F. & W. Ry. Co.) 377,407 52 1,887 94 3,925 38 593 9 6,406 39
Tampa and Thonotosassa Railroad (operated by S. F. & W. Ry. Co.)......... 40,993 75 205 CO 50 25 707 25
Winston and Bone Valley Railroad (operated by S. F. & W. Ry. Co.)........ 97,550 0 487 75 1,26 15 84 96 1,840 86
St. Johns and Lake Eus is Railroad (operated by S. F. & W. Ry Co. )......... 107,136 50 53569 1,075 82 53 74 1. 05 25
Sanford and Lake Eustis Railroad (operated by S. F. & W. Ry. Co.).......... 145, b9506 727 98 1,580 17 2006 2.328 21
Florida Midland Railroad (operated by S. F. & W. Ry. Co.)................ 78,277 50 391 41 1,031 01 29 77 1,452 19
Jacksonville, St. Augustine ani Indian River Railroad (Fla. East Coast
Line) ............. 1,503,17914 7,5158 19,231 03 1,742 941 28,489806
Atlantic and Western Railroad (Fla. East Coast Line) ....................... 106,270 00 531 351 ;48 8 14 13 2,161 .6
St. Johns Railway (Fla. East Coast Line)........................ ............ 28, 000 140 00 350 0(1 40I 1i
St. Augustine and Halifax River Railroad (Fla, East Coast Line)............ 146,7000 73350 1,688 85! 24-22 35
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Halifax River Railroad (Fla. East Coast.
Line).... ..... .... .. ................................ ... ... i 86 1,847 17 4,704 4. 6,552 01
St. Johns and Halifax River Railroad (Fla. East Coast Line) .... .........: '. *I 83 1,97956 4,771 70 6, 751 26
South Eastern Railroad (Fla. East Coast Line)............... .......... 134.645 05 67323 179371 ii 2.57753
Louisville and Nashville Railroad (Pensacola and Atlantic Division) ...... 1,213,78851 6,68 94 13,356 12 181 59 19,606 65
Louisville and Nashville Railroad (Pensacola Division) ............ ....... 484, 8960 2,423 44 5,573 92 ............ 7 36
Georgia Southern and Florida Railroad.................................... .. 895,214 4,476 0U6 9,710 30 1,010 81 1 1. 17
Tavares, ApoKa and Gulf Hailruad.. .... ... ........ ........... ..... 9),00 00 475 0 950 ...... 00
Atlantic, Suwannee River and Gulf Railroad... ... ......................... 145,89685 729 48 1,738 90 161 71 2,630 09
Live Oak and Gulf Railroad............. 4 ............... .......... 48,250 00 2 24 51 458 38 13 in 713 55
Jacksonville and Atlantic Railway................................... 35, 000 U00 1)5 00 455 001 .... ... ) 00








Carrabelle. Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad ..................... 223.939 61[ 1,119 71 2,828 85 ............ 3 .948 56
Jacksonville and Southwestern Railroad............... ............ .. 343 089 Ta ,715 4 4,25 01 1852 6,155 74
Atlantic, Valdosta and Western Railroad........................ ......... 29 .671 78 1,453 37 3, 62 31 30 8( 5,107 50
Valdosta and Southern Railroad.... ................... ......... 6, 00 0 0 69 ........ 9900
Yellow River Railroad ... ........... ....... .................. 0,00 2 00 450 00 ...0 70 000
Gainesville and Gulf Railroad............. ....................... 203,015 1,015 08 2,335 47 195 43 3,545 9
Pensacola and Perdido Railroad. ....................... .. ................ 21 6O 00 108 t 248 40 ............... 356 4
Pensacola, Alabama and Tennessee Railroad......................... ...... 5050 207 5 477 3 .............. 84 83
Pensacola and Mobile Railway and Manulacturinr Co ...................... 26,50 000 131 25 301 8 .............. 433 12
Pensacola and Andalusia Railroad........................... .... ............ 4,100 00 120 50 241 00 .............. 31 5
Tallahassee South Eastern Railroad.. ............... ................... 50,000 00 250 00i 546 88 79.6 8
Pensacola Electric Terminal Railway....... ....... 4.............41360 001 20 80 475 64 ....... 62 44
Jacksonville Terminal Company .................. ........................ 146, 0000 730 50 1,899 30 138 068 1
St. Augustine and South Beach Railway........ .......................... 7,715 00 38 586 4.............. 135 01
Palatka and Heights Street Railway...... .. ... ........ .............. 3,50000 17 5 315 400
Fort Meade Street Railway.................................... 1,09600 5 14 30 .............. 19
Jacksonville Street Railway................ .................... 79,250 00 396 25 1 ,030 25 237 75 1.6B 2-)
Main Street Railroad................ .. ..... ........ ........ 14.000 00 7000 18 00 400' 291 0
Tampa Electric Company ......................... ................. ... .77, 20 00 886 (0 945 70 56 91 1,388 61
Western Union Telegraph Company..................................... 45, 011 95 225 07 494 20 9 511 78 78
International Ocean Telegraph Company ................................. 175,349 45 876 8 2,101 5 110 09, 3,088 51
South Florida Telegraph Company.. ........................................ 5,526 00: 177 62 407 7 44 12I 29 50
Carrabelle, Tallahassee and Georgia Railroad's Telegraph Line ............. 1,250 00, 6 2) 15 0 2-2 0
Gene a Telegraph Company .................... ................... ....... 550 00 275 8 ..... 11 0(
Jacksonville and St. Johns Bar Telegra -h Company .................... .. 575 00 28 7 48 ... 10 86
Apalachicola and Marianna Telegraoh Company ......................... 2,200 1100 27 39 00
Savannah, Florida and Western Railway's Telegraph Line.............. 595 2 7 ............. 10 27
Postal Telegraph Cable Company... ............................. 1,26000 6 30 14 49 .......... 2)
Log Roads & Telegraph Lines (assessed by.Assessors) ..................... ... 60 800 0 30400 72 ............. 1,27
19,513,419 24
Add fractional parts of dollars gained on Assessment Rolls.................. 17 76
Total Railroad and Telegraph assessment as shown by Assessment Rolls.... 19,513,437 00 $9.5 :18 5 7.55! 5 $ 14 220 5 $339.339y 59










t tat-eent Showing Valuationof Railroads and Telegraph Lines, by Counties, forth yeBr 1900 and the Taxes
Assessed Thereon.


$ .s
I

\ a .3 N '

*5 _? I

0 I
_ _ rJ


Alachua ........................................ 14.549 00 1,263.448 00
Baker .................... ........................... 4,128 00 328.855 00
Bradford................. ....... ...... .... ......... ..... 4,47500 569 467 00
Brevard .............................................. 14,973 00 780,008 00
Calhoun ............. ....................... ........ 1,68000 ... ........
Clay ...... .. ................... .. ........ .. .............. 4,400 00 315,268 00
Columbia ...................... ...................... 5.685 00 544.964 00
Citrus ............... ................................. 5,793 00 323.564 00
Dade ........ ................ ............. ...........I 14.20200 627,284 00
DeSoto .................................................. 7,060 00 315.008 00
Duval ........................................ ........ 19,51000 1,290.805 00
Escambia ............ .. ... ......................... 7,418 00 694.859 00
Franklin.... 630 0 62,797 00
Franklin........... ......... .............................. 630 00 62,797 00
Gadsden ......................................... 3,767 00 273,722 0
Hamilton ........ .................................. 4,020 00 361,728 00
Hernando ............................................. 3,069 00 219,433 00
Hillsboro ............................................ 11,020 00 923,360 0
Holmes ..................... .......... ............... 2,856 001 1548500


6.390 01 $ 14.696 96
1,664 91 3 995 81
2.869 73 7,174 28
3,724 91 9,126 02
840 20 16
1.598 35 4,475 35
2,753 25 5.919 12
1.646 78 3,293 57
3.207 48 8,339 32
1.610 34 4,186 88
6.551 59 17,034 11
3,511 38 8,076 18
317 14 1,01483
1,38744 2,77489
1,828 74 3,657 48
1,112 50 2,33627
4,671 90 11,446 16
780 03 2,358 09


$ 2.054 82

86077
1,427 28
72
..........
35788
697 64

154 50
1,074 45


133 23
551 42
456 48
..........





Jackson ................... ........... .......... 8,47000 817,64200 1,60556 8,58223 9058
Jefferson ....... ..... ....... ...... ..... ... ... 3.065 00 230.772 00 1,169 19 2,86451 .........
Lafayette ........................... ........ ........ ......... ... ,000 00 1000 25 00 .........
Lake ........ ............. ......... .. ....... 8,85900 664,543 00 ,36703 6,73402 25 08
Lee ..... .......... .............. ........ ... 5,78300 ......... 2891 6361 ......
Leon .................... ............. ... ........ ,79000 296 25000 1,495 20 339 9 ........
Levy ............. .. ................. ....... .. 3,37600 358,921 00 1,811 49 3,62297 483 24
L liberty ........ .. .. ...................
3,640 242,82500.1,23233. 2,83436 ..
Madison ................................................. 3,640........ 8.............. 1,....3 ....834 3.... ..........
Manatee........ ............... .. ..... ... ......
Marion ............. ........ ........ ....... ...... 13,166 00 900.618 00 4,568 93 10,05163 276 45
Monroe ........ ......... .. .................. ...... i 4,00000 20 000 00 120 0 324 00 .........
Nassau ................... ......................... 7,55900 751.36900 3,794 65 9,29687 125 70
Orange ......... .................................. 8.74900 873,953 00 4,413 55 11,475 19 328 84
Osceola...................... ............. ........... 2.31000 217,692 00 1,10001 3,13502 69 50
Pasco ........ ......................................... 8,00300 506.277 00 2.57143 5,142 81 1,56173
Polk ............................................... 8,720 00 799.600 00 4.04160 10,508:16 1,213 08
Putnam ............................. ........ ........ 9.88900 844,18400 4,27036 7 686 66 248 55
Santa Rosa ........................... ....... 3.422 00 327,66900 1,65546 3,310 91 ..........
St. Johns ...... ......... .... ............ ... 8 53900 500,57500 2,545 58 6.363 91.........
Sumter .. ......... .......... ...... ............. ...... 5,912 00 397,638 00 2,017 74 3.833 68 .......
Suwannee.......... ......... .. .............. ... 5.22000 564.036 00 2,846 28 5.40794 491 22
Taylor ........ ......... .... ........................ ..
Volusia .............................. .............. 13.22500 874.235 00 4,437 31 12,424 44 1.217 62
Wakulla.. ............ .... ..... ......600 00 126.540 00 635 70 1,49390 .
Walton ........ ...................................... 3,10200 315,82800 1,59466 2.870 88 92 9
W ashington..................... ................... 1,19000 117,52600 593.58 1,483 96 .......

Totals.................. ................. 63,82400 $19250.113 00 $97567 38 $227,551 56 14,22065












Statement Showing Valuation of Real Estate for the Year 1900, by Counties, and the Taxes Assessed Thereon.


COUNTIES.


Alachua................. .....
Baker... ....................
Bradford......................
Brevard ............ .. ... ..... ..
Calhoun ...................... .
C lay ....................... ......
Citrus....................
Columbia ......................
D ade ......................... .
DeSoto ........ ...............
Duval....... ...............
Escambia ........................
Franklin ..
Gadsden .......................
Hamilton... ...............
Hernando....................
Hillsborough .................. .


848.9191
354.3221
336.9921
1,125.3251
596.861
384,212
316,318
493.580
778.221
1.971 660
462,585
382.520,
333.575
301,074
318.987
298 9781
766,7311


~a ~
.m. EQ =
i ~'r
z~ __


1', 4f;4 -
8.0801
27,782
6.228
1.098
4,8591
5.680
71,7451
30.343
9.8011
4.8881
5,167
514
25,001
29,081
6,1401
18,3041


1,505.590 ,
290,8601
631,925
1.323.3601
543,0851
502,1301
769,4381
713,655i
1,344.014i
1,321.3801
957.2001
783 340,
153.195,
399,8501
421,490
602,720
1,882,940


;I-~

40 E-1

0%0
Z O H0


536,490!$
18:8571
151.8401
259,3901
9,0801
249.9201
46,4321
325,195;
461.740!
278 3201
5.444.8201
2,378,330i
484.4851
154.3901
121,050
57.410'
8,672,200,


CO
&




.1
c^


a
c/
0
0
Sd

0-


2,042,080 $10.210 40$
309.717 1,549 75
783.765 3.921 52
1,582,750 7,915 27
552,165 2,761 54
752,050 3,762 80
815.870 4,079 35
1,038.850 5,232 45
1,705.754 8.528 77
1,599,700 7.998 50f
6,402.020 32.010 10
3.161,670 15,808 35
637,680 3,190 23'
554.240 2,771 201
542,540 2,712 701
660,130 3,300 651
5,555,1401 27,775 70'


0
CL


,,a

oH
F~


23.484 491$ 2703 44
3.716 72 .. .
9,802 21 499 50
19.405 28 3,740 24
6.625 61 132 06
10.528 70 ... ......
8,158 70 1,265 39
11.149 85 715 26
22.174 80 ........
20.796 10 764 34
83,226 26 16,046 82
36,368 93 .........
10.202 88 ..
5.542 40 .........
5 425 40; 349 05
6.932 82 1 602 89
68,085 56. 3,359 31


--------


.1 .





Holmes............................ 265 288 16,097 291,18' 19.368 310.495 1,553 40 4,658 15 36 88
Jackson........ .......... 551,014 99,809 902,877 164,725 1.067.602 5.338 01 11,743 62 128 26
Jefferson .................. ..... 370,976 104,141 699.760 210,500 910,260 4,551 30 11,155 61 ........
Lafayette ..................... 865,866 12,362 536.122 10.740 546,862 2 734 31 6,835 77.
Lake......................... 560.418 18,252 1,040 240 426,305 1.466.545 7,311 19 15.665 45 935 09
L e ............................ 1,940,020 3,302 976.285 181,355 1.157,640 5,790 43 12,736 11......
Leon........................... 439.951 141.285 931,740 592.470 1,524,210 7.621 05 16,08 70........
Levy.......................... 617,051 18,177 727,265 57,410 784,675 3,924 70 7.846 75 1,040 89
Liberty..... ................. 520,491 3,673 343,424 .... .. 343.424 1,718 25 4,121 56 ......
Madison ................... .. 401,384 113 210 800,340 162,080 962.420 4812 10 11,071 10..
Manatee .......................... 795,540 8,170 973,040 161,020 1,134060 5,674 94 21.551 78 3,075 91
Marion ................ ...... 764,675 54,512 1,798.180 720,010 2,518,190 12.590 95 27,770 09 2,179 32
Monroe ................. ..... 10,814 46 755 1,427,450 1,474 205 7,371 08 19,904 78.........
Nassau .................... 402,481 3,995 312,674 684,815 997.489 4,990 41 12.222 20 2,080 71
Orange.................... .. 644,652 17,985 1,380,360 942.570 2,322,930 11,625 60 30,209 04. 580 65
Osceola........................... 1,078.134 2,767 789,500 188.815 978,315 4,893 80 13,939 99 81 68
Paco............................ 470,161 6,228 715,990 51.310 767,300 3.836 50 7,673 00 1,988 52
Polk..................... ......... 1,093,849 12,895 1,538,470 520.310 2.058,780 10,29 90 26,764 14 2684 84
Putnam ............................ 429,383 12,097 935,090 597,540 1,532,630 7,663 15 13,793 67 160 06
Santa Rosa...................... 756,105 3,579 700.970 130,359 831,329 4,156 80 8,313 29
St. Johns........ ............... 467,409 3,284 548,310 1,273 435 1.821,745 9,110 02 22,773 7
Sumter .-....................... 313,331 17.211 796.596 40,570 837.166 4.185 79 7.958 01....
Suwannee......................... 408,210 62,510 535,000 198,500 733,500 3,667 631 6,974 66 712 89
Taylor......... ............... 399,324 5,926 530.670 8,460 539,130 2.695 65 6,201 26
Volusia......................... 702,862 7.975 981,910 812,150 1,794.060 8.970 30 25,116 84 2,337 49
Wakulla......................... 378,777 16.485 256 389 5,61 262,010 1.310 70 3,079 39......
Walon.......................... 607.11 10,473 720,882 148,575 869.457 4 373 60 7,868 86 493 98
Washington ..................... 698,242 14,608 824,640 108,275 932,915 4,665 63 11,664 95 73 83
Total. ....... ........... 26,624,369 1,061,683 $35,780., s*' :j 60,175,465 $300,98947 $726.179 26 $49 772 30
.. ..- '1 $300,989 47 $72.1 26$ 49 772 30












Statement Showing Valuation on Personal Property for the Year 1900 by Counties, and the Taxes Assessed
Thereon.


CorTlIEs.


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


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4.6833 175.225$ 507,381
3,011 66,785 66,279
6,706 154,712 192.162
494 49 850 161.245
4,504 68,990 72,212
3.044 66.890 64,275
645 33,569 71,548
8,295 155,330 279,056
35 14 755 220,232
6.624 260 229 274,651
9101 40.110 1,671.110
1,4041 56,510 947,550
366 13.063 201.692
5,356 93,690 145,720
7,846 128 058 218.072
1,8731 43,835 62,162


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133,064 666 42
346,874 1.737 17
211,095 1,055 63
141,202 707 48
131,165 656 09
105,117 525 58
434.386 2,165 29
234,987 1,174 94
534,880 2,674 40
1,711,220 8,556 10
1,004,060 5,020 30
214,755 1.074 74
239,410 1,197 05
346 130 1,730 65
105,997 529 99


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2,724
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5,845
1,024
1,018
973
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1,394
266
3,406
210
1,301
870
998


4,108 2,748
438 711
1,274 1,865
1,086 311
732 571
728 605
559 580
2,882 2,001
* 768 318
1,679 1,428
5,247 514
5,056 1,064
744 134
1,351 1,641
1,565 1,806
683 550


18,798
6,760
12,783
9,963
5,606
7,647
5.068
18,385
712
50,372
3.875
3,918
1,851
4,8 2
7,111
4,287


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$11,958 17 99657
2.034 7 ...... .
5.611 49 200 25
3.674 99 540 65
2,426 48 66 55
2.564 31........
1,610 17 26 49
7,586 22 82447
3.822 83 ............
8,632 44 293 55
27,492 86 4.761 42
16,611 84.......
4.18008........
3.745 10
5,026 0 2627
1,796 47 26461


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Hillsborough....... 2,513 2,253
Holmes............. 1,470 953
Jackson........... 2,287 2,393
Jefferson........... 2,598 2.067
Lafayette .......... 646 797
Lake ... .......... 1,151 911
Lee ............... 542 376
Leon................. 1,302 1,801
Levy .... ......... 759 1,472
Liberty ............... 360 327
Madison.,.......... 2,110 2,332
Manatee............ 825 670
Marion............ 3,066 3,484
Monroe ............ 865 166
Nassau........... 782 753
Orange ............ 1,384 1,379
Osceola............... 501 673
Pasco ............. 724 78
Polk................ 1,307 1,571
Putnam ............ 1,103 935
Santa Rosa ......... 1,580 1.330
St. Johns........... 1,150 779
Sumter............. 615 1.265
Suwannee......... 1,752 2,361
Taylor.............. 608 619
Volusia............ 604 1,119
Wakulla............ 670 681
Walton............... 1.041 850
Washington......... 1,279 1,146

64,494 53,055


22,799
5,656
10,119
4,899
11,659
4,969
19.528
5,623
10,301
3,292
6.642
16.783
15,532
27
8,772
11,954
41,194
6,373
38,111
8,029
9,561
6.772
12.371
9.590
11,123
11,318
5,129
8,082
10,015

484.661


1.926 4,344 203,240 1,265,100 1,468 340 7,341 70
7,873 6,986 80,755 96.961 177.716 891 40
3,401 14,877 216,704 274,296 491,000 2,45501
900 8,448 144,750 211,170 355,920 1,77960
290 6,335 98.914 45,556 144.470 722 35
143 1,666 57 895 155,200 213,095 1,067 40
....... 679 94,700 83,137 177,837 890 21
706 4,802 123,540 308,600 432,140 2,160 70
740 4.717- 110.960 155,060 266,020 1,331 87
876 2,206 37.771 29,842 67.613 339 07
737 9 331 145.695 295,865 441,560 2,207 80
1.510 3.067 112,405 134,375 246,780 1,235 76
4,954 8,856 224,625 570,125 794,750 3,97375
........ 6,550 303,700 310,250 1,551 25
2.299 2,651 94,150 240.370 334.520 1,67428
565 2,488 109 020 336,125 445.145 2,22887
4,799 2,396 195,862 99856 295718 1,47977
565 2,530 61,120 81.350 142,470 71235
4,064 5,818 264.395 423.805 688,200 3,44100
111 2,193 85,155 239,935 325,090 1,62545
17,096 95,076 135615 276,775 412,390 2,06429
219 1,782 57,245 237,495 294,740 1,47385
2,026 4,376 106,827 107,419 214,246 1,071 21
335 7,867 148,615 276,630 425,245 2,12756
559 9.115 95,543 43.807 139,350 69675
2,655 3,314 95,380 267,210 362,590 1,812 85
564 4,257 61,427 60,959 122,386 61328
16,124 6,216 114.957 210,951 325,908 1,608 49
18,902 6,780 129,282 176,333 305,615 1,53061
116.23 288.919 4,834,698 12,163854 16.998,052 84.993 49-
116.2361 288,911 4.834,698, 12,163,354' 16.998,052j 84,993 49,


20,508 09 61916
4,137 88 20 94
8,765 01 53 17
6,96020 .......
2,451 88 ........
8,281 95 215 36
2.499 25 ......
5,84341 .......
3 419 20 31918
1,171 47 ........
7,193 23 ........
5,515 68 682 81
11,808 25 751 44
5,053 48 .....
4,880 87 378 15
7,174 03 72 00
4.715 02 9 55
2,148 7u 383 83
10,253 60 1,19725
4,028 81 ........
5,703 90 .......
4,83555 ........
2,034 84 .......
5.795 65 564 38
2,212 12 ....
5,680 26 480 84
2,107 51....
3,934 77 242 68
5,100 92 37 35
267.939 98 13.975 40


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Statement from Assessment Rolls of 1900, Showing the Total Assessed Valuation of all Real and Personal
Property, Including Railroads and Telegraph Lines, by Counties.


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Alachua ........... ............ ...... .
B aker................................. ....... *
Bradfor d........................ ....
Brevard. .. ...............................
Calhoun ............................ .. .. .
Citrus ...............
Clay.................................. ......
Columbia............................ ii
Dade .............. .... ......... .
DeSoto...... .. ............... .. ......
Duval.... ....................... ......
Escambia....... .. ...... ....... ..........
Franklin
Gadsen .................................
Ham ilto ....................................
Hernando ................. ..............


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$2.042,080 $ 682
309,717 133
783,7651 346
1,582.750 211
552.165 141
815,870 105
752,0501 131
1 038 850 434
1,705,754 234
1.599.700 534
6 402,020 1 711
3.161 670 1.004
637.680 214
554 2401 239
542.540i 346
660 1:0O 105


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$1.263.448
328,855
569,467
730,008
393 564
315.268
544 964
627 284
315.008
1.290 805
694 859
62 797
273 722
361 7':8
219 433


606o
,0641
,874
,095
.202
.117f
.165i
.3867
987
.8801
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$4,003,683
775,764
1,704 581
2.538.826
695,047
1,250.344
1.202,883
2.023,885
2,582.227
2,456.648
9 423,555
4.868,007
915.862
1.071,139
1.254.418
988,629


$ 14.549
4,128
4,475
14,973
1.680
5.793
4.400
5,685
14 202
7 060
19.51(
7,41
630o
3 767i
4,020
3,069







Hillsborough ..................................... 5,555,140 1,468,340
-l olmnes........................................--- 0,495-- 77,716
Jackson.............. ............ .. ........ 1,067,602 491,000
Jefferson ........................................ 910,260 355,920
Lafayette ...................................... 546,862 144.470
Lake........................................... 1,466.545 213,095
Lee... ....................... ...... .......... 1,157,640 177,837
Leon ... .................................... 1,524,210 432,1401
Levy .... ................ ........ ...... ..... 784,675 266,020
Liberty.. .......... ............... ..... ..... .. 343424 67,613
Madison. ..................................... ii 962,420 441,560
Manatee............ ............................ 1,134,060 246,780
Marion ............. ...... .... .... .... .. 2 518,190 794,750
Monroe....... ................................... 1,474,205 310,250
Nassau................ ............ ............. 997,489 334.520
Orange............ .. ........ .... ........... i 2,322.930 445.145
Osceola .......... .................. ...... ..... 978,315 295,7181
Pasco........... ................ .......... ...... 767,300 142 470
Putnam.......... ........ .............. .. 1,532.630 325.090
Polk............ ................. .............. 2,058,780 688,200
St. Johns.............. ....................... .. 1,821,745 294,740
Santa Rosa ................... ................ 831,329 412,390
Sumter. ........ .... ........ ......... .... ..8 837.166 214,246
Suwannee. ................................... 733,500 425,245
Taylor. ... ....... ...................... 539,130 139,350
Volusia ..................................... 1,794,060 362.590
Wakulla .............. .................... 262,010 122.386
W alton ..... ................... ............ 869,457 325,908
Washington................................... 932,915 305,615

__$60.175.465 $16.998.052
50


923,360 11,020 7,957,860
--4,8 2,356 --451-----
317.642 3,470 1,879,714
230,772 3,065 1,500,017
2,000 ...... 693332
664,5431 8,859 2,353,042
......... 5,783 1,341.260
296,250 2,790 2,255,390
358,921 3.376 1,412,992
... ...411,037
242,825 3,640 1,650,445
........ 1,380,840
900,618 13,166 4,226,724
20,000 4,000 1.808,455
751,369 7,559 2,090,937
873,953 8,749 3,650,777
217,692 2.310 1,494,035
506,277 8,003 1,424,050
844.184 9.889 2,711.793
799,600 8,720 3.555,300
500.575 8.539 2.625,599
327,669 3,422 1,574,810
397.638 5,912 1,454,962
564,036 5,220 1,728,001
....... 678.480
874.235 13,225 3,044,110
126,540 600 511,536
315,828 3,102 1.514,295
117,526 1,190 1,357,246

$ 19.250.113 $ 263.324 96,686.954












Statement from Assessment Rolls, Showing the Gross Amount of State, County and School Sub-District Taxes
Assessed for the Year 1900, and the Amount of License Taxes Collected, by Counties.


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Alachua........ ... ......................... ..........
Baker .......... ... ........ ............. ...............
Bradford ............... ........ ................. ...........
Brevard ...... ... ...........................................
Calhoun ....... ....................... ............ .. .......... .
Citrus........... .................. ..........................
C lay ............. .... .. ...... .......... ........ ............. i
Colum bia ........ ................................... .. ..........
D ade .. ................. .. ..................... ...........
D, S >to ................... .......................... ... ..
D ur al ................................................. ............
Escambia ... .............. .. ..............................
Franklin ................. .. ... ...... .... .. ... ..............
Gadsden ................ ...... ..................... .
Hamilton .. ..................................... ...........
Hernando .. ............. ...... .... .......... ..... ...
Hllsborough ................................................... .


'4 "*i1 1.- 20.013 v .
;;5;4 3.88108
1,704,581 8.528 42
2,538,826 12,695 81
695,017 3,477 42
1,250.344 6,251 71
1,202,883 6 017 24
2,023,885 10.150 99
2,582 227 12,91114
2,456,648 12,283 24
9,423,555 47,117 79
4,868,007 24.34003
915,862 4 582 11
1,071,139 5.355 69
1 254,418 6,272 09
988,629 4,943 14
7,957,860 39.789 30


COUNTIES


5,508 :1
114 50:
1,432 63
2,599 64
143 40
308 73
754 0.
3,406 10
9.104 77
820 67
39,294 90:
17.919 03
2.821 75
2.003 21,
584 74
174 251
31,842 45;


50,139 621
9.747 23
22,587 98
32.206.29
9.072 25
13.062 44:
17 568 36
24.605 19
34.336 95
33,615 42
127,753 23
61.05695
15 397 79
12,062 39
14,109 18
11,065 561
100,039 81.


5,757 83

1,560 52
5.708 17
199 33
2,19952

1 397 61

1 212 39
21,882 69


745 03
2.418 92
4,434 95








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76

Statement Showing Distribution of the Amount of Warrants"
Issued for Jurors and Witnesses During the Fiscal Year
Ending December 31st, 1900:

First Judicial Circuit:

Santa Rosa ................... $ 912 90
W alton ....................... 1,240 90
Escambia ..................... 3,066 45
IIolm es ....................... 1,324 00
Jackson ........................ 2,882 80
W ashington ................... 985 75-- 10,412 80

Second Judicial Circuit:

Gadsden...................... 1,035 35
Liberty ....................... 332 57
Calhoun ...................... 616 15
Franklin...................... 806 15
Leon ............ ............ 1,733 80
Franklin ...................... 661 35
Jefferson ................. ... 1,014 50- 6,199 87

Third Judicial Circuit:

M adison ...................... 579 00
Taylor ....................... 431 70,
Lafayette ................ ... 291 50
Hamilton ..................... 845 90
Suwannee ........ ............ 1,751 15
Columbia ...................... 868 15- 4,767 40

Fourth Judicial Circuit:

Nassau ....................... 696 05
D uval.... ................... 4,408 .05
Baker........................ 751 25
Bradford............ ......... 1,133 55
Clay ......................... 161 70
St. Johns...................... 454 15- 7,604 7&

Fifth Judicial Circuit:

Putnam ...................... 803 05
Alachua ....................... 3,360 45
Levy ......................... 738 72









77

M arion ............ ........... 3,102 90
Sumter....................... 1,001 30
Citrus .......... .............. 741 75
Hernando ..................... 357 80- 10,105 97

Sixth Judicial Circuit:

Hillsborough.................. 2,700 65
Manatee ...................... 581 55
Polk ......................... 885 00
M onroe ....................... 1,728 50
DeSoto ................. .... 869 70
Pasco ................. ....... 707 25
Lee ......................... 514 95- 7,987 60

Seventh Judicial Circuit:

Volusia ....................... 1,069 80
Brevard ........... ......... 717 70
Orange ....................... 1,400 00
Dade ........................ 955 70
Osceola ...................... 370 80
Lake ......................... 929 30
Hernando ..................... 296 90- 5,740 20
$52,818 59
Feed of Jurors .............................. 995 05

Total amount warrants issued ................ $53,813 64











78

LIST OF DISABLED SOLDIERS Receiving Pensions from
the State Under Chapter 4670 of the Laws of Florida.


County Name of Pensioner Nameof Captain of Regiment
the Company


Alachua.... Jacob Link..........
Samuel H Wienges..
William TRichardson
Julia Ann Hall, wid
of Nathan Fall...
1 Jane Waits, wid of
Calvin Waits......
Mary E Caldwell.wid
of R A Caldwell...
Turner J Griffin.....

of John Bates.....
2 Joshua Spear......
E H Benefield.......
iG C Williams........
IT J Jackson........
M D Medford.......
lJohn R Malphurs ...
Leonard Varnadoe..
James Kennedy.....
3 Sarah E Nichols,wid
Iof R G Nichols....
E W Thomas, wid of
John W Thomas...
Mrs M R Bass, wid of
Major M J Bass....
William E Johnson...
Elizabeth P White,
wid of Jas P White
4 Mary C Kirby, wid
of Jos G Kirby....
Samuel H Burnett...
Joseph Gill..........
Joseph W Malphurs.
Stephen Dampier....
JJohn Dogan...........
J W Button....... .....
John Sweat............
Robert HStringfellow
William Thomas.
Edward McDonald..
Lavinia A Boone, wid
of James H Boone.
IamvP l T Prescott...


Capt P B H Dudley. 7th Florida
LA Hardee.... 3d Florida
Tillman Ingram 7th Florida

Company E.... 1st So Car

Company F. ... 9th Florida

J W Pearsons... Oclawaha R
B Smith........ 20th N Car

A P Mooty..... 9th Florida
Conner ... ... 47th Georgia,
Company I..... 1st Florida
G W Parkhill.. 2d Florida
Wm Furlow ... 12th Georgia
J McConnell.... 14th Georgia
J Chambers .... 9th Florida
W E Chambers. 2d Fla Cav
J H Counts .... 7th Florida

J C Stewarts.... 8th Florida

J R Culp's...... 17th No Car

... .... ....... 59th Georgia
B Paramore...... 2d Fla Cav

James Gettis .. 7th Florida

Tomby......... 18th So Car
H F York...... 7th Florida
Mooty.. .........9th Florida
H F Abell...... Artillery Co
S F Rowe.. .... 2d Fla Cav
VW Chambers..... 2d Fla Cav
Lewis Pvles.. 2d Florida
Roland Thomas. 7th Florida
Company F1.... 6th So Car
J R Haddock .. 1st Fla Cav
Porter Smith... 9th Florida

William Clark.. 1st Fla Cav
P B H Dudlev... 7th Florida


1 Has not drawn pension since Dec. 31, 1899.
2 Has not drawn pension since Dec. 31. 1899.
3 Has not drawn pension since March31, 1900.
4 Died Sept. 29, 1900.
5 John Bates died Dec. 14, 1900.














County Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company

Baker...... James M Hodges ...... Capt Company D.... 1st Fla Cav
Raymon J Beasley... W A Sheffield... 4th Florida,
Margaret Davis, widi
of J S Davis....... Steele......... 3d Florida
Temple Powell...... A A Roberts.... 1st Fla Cav
Bradford... Caroline Barry, wid
of W F Barry..... William Clark... 1st Florida
George W Teston.... W H Mann .... 2d Georgia
Judson H Vining... FM Jackson. ... 29thGeorgia
Green B Goodman.. A A Roberts.... 1st Fla Cav
Ira Sturgess......... Company F. ... 4th Florida
William A Varnes... Company A ... 7th Florida
John Groves.......... H F York...... Finigan's B
Emily Andrews, wid
of John S Andrews J T Wilson..... 50th Ga
B A Parrish......... W Williams...... 4th Florida
John C Norman..... R Thomas...... 7th Florida
Silas E Dukes....... R Thomas...... 7th Florida
George W Parrish.... West Williams. 4th Florida
Susan A Adams, wid
of Wm D Adams.. J'C Richards.... 10th Florida
Flora A Waters. wid
of John M Waters. Arch McCray... 61st Georgia
Mary P Crews, wid of
Pliny S Crews....... York's.......... 7th Florida
Jeanett Prevatt, wid
of WJD Prevatt.. R Thomas......7th Florida
D E L Carlton ...... Arthur Roberts 1st Fla Cav
John Murphy............... Edwards. ...... 15th Ala
Lewis F Gay...... ...... Langford's ....... 4th Florida
T J Crocker.......... John W Stokes.. llth Ga
Daniel C Crawford.. Powers... 10th Florida
R A Touchstone....... E B Carroll.... 29th Ga
R R Cooper......... E B Carroll.... 29th Ga
Hardy E Stokes...... W R Moore..... 1d Florida
Rachel Wynn. wid of
Ashley Wynn, .... W W Scott .. 16th Florida
Brevard.... Matilda Waller, wid
of Jonathan Waller Cartel's ....... 45th Ga
Clay ....... Louisa Coleman, wid
of Moses Coleman.. D J McLeod...... Co F, Ga
Sarah C Carter, widl
of Elisha W Carter J A Summerlin. 1st Fla Cav
Robert N Batten..... G W Call....... 2cd Florida
Susan L Broer, wid
of G W Broer..... T S Means...... st Florida
Nancy Thomas, wid
of J A Thomas.... May's Companyl2d Fla Bat
Mary E Stokes, wid
of Harry Stokes.. E Carroll's Co.. 10th Florida.
T J C Geer........... Garratt Vinzant'5th Florida














Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company


County


Clay .......











Calhoun....







Columbia...


MaryL McMullen,wid
of Henry C McMullen Capt J J Daniels....
Jerry Wingate...... H Steele. ......
1 Emma CAdams,wid
of John Q Adams.. Ocus...........

Geo W Hinson....... Hutchinson ....

Eugenia Rivers, wid
of Thomas Rivers.. A S Mooty .....
Alexander Nettles... Spence.............
Romain Falana......... Holmes Steele...
James A Thomas.... E D Booker.....
Wm H Brooker...... J Richards...
William Ayers...... J H Ellis ......
Newton Yon......... W Gregory ...
Elizabeth Hanna,wid
of Hamilton Hanna R A Walker...
Martha J Beck, wid
of W H Beck...... Gregory........
Samantha J McClel-
lan, wid of Jas PI
McClellan ......... S Cawthon......
Sarah Jar.e Knight,
wid of James RC
Knight........... J Q Stewart....
David Jordan. ...... A J T Wright..
T A Hutchinson ... Jesse S Wood...
Sarah ADouglass,wid
of James Douglass. G H Hunter......
Susan Davis, wid of
George Davis...... John M Pons....
EG Rogerson.. .... W R Moor......
Samuel A Cothran .. William Jay....
Jane H Langford,wid
of F M Langford... Garrett........
Allyphaire Milligan,
wid of J Milligan.. Vinzant........
William J Wynn ... N A Carswell...
Susan Rowan, widof
JR Rowan ...... G H Hunter...
Esther Niblack, wid
of James S Niblack G Vinzant......
2 Winifred M Sauls,
wid of Allen Sauls. F J Clark.......
Deborah A Witt, wid
of James R Witt..., M I Cox........
Shelton G Kinard.... Company A ...
IrvinCr G Kinard. A Roherts


1 John Q Adams died March 24. 1900.
2 Allen Sauls died April 11, 1900.


2d Florida
3d Florida

11th Florida
SDetach-
ment of
Volunte'r

7th Florida
50th Ga
3d Florida
12th So Car
10th Florida
1st Fla Bat
Col H'y Reg

9th Florida

5th Florida

6th Florida

10th Florida
2d Florida
3d Florida

9th Florida

8th Florida
2d Florida
14th So Car

5th Florida

5th Florida
3d Georgia

9th Florida

5th Florida

2d Fla Cav

Scott's CavB
1st Fla Cav
1st Fla Cav















County Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of Regiment
oo theooo, C ompany...77 ,


Capt J C Chambers.. 9th Mla


Felix Simmons..
J G Haddock..
Jessie Woods..
"E"........ ...


8th Florida
1st Fla Cav
3d Florida
9th Florida


W H Cone...... 2d Fla Cav


Columbia... 1 Julia FGarrard,wid
of J A Garrard....
Martha A Long, wid
of James Long.......
SN Hunt..............
J K Taylor..........
Robert B Roberts....
Mrs M J Hancock,wid
of G W Hancock..
Penelope Osteen, wid
of PC Osteen. ....
Daniel Reaves ......
JoelK Niblack......
Jasper H Witt.......
V E Wadsworth ....
Citrus...... James W Johns....
E K Carter..........
Hillary W White-
hurst .............
DeSoto..... Sarah Ann N Lanier,
wid of F M Lanier.
Noah Browning.......
IJ FM Tippett. ....
Henry R Hill .......
Raney Whitten. wid
of Elias Whitten..
Duval...... William C O'Neal...
Alexander B Harvey
PB Bedford .
James C West. .....
Susan Warren, wid of
James Warrn.....
Caroline M Hartley,
wid of G A Hartley
Louisa R Johnson,
wid of F A Johnson
Mrs S M Lloyd, wid
of W H Lloyd.......
W El Houstoun...:..
Jesse Tyre .....
Mrs John R G Hamil
ton, wid of J R G
Hamilton .......
Colon Thomas.......
Conner Roberts..
Nancy Ynungblood,
widow of Isaiah
Youngblood ......
Aiargarie Ann Carter.
wid of Levi H Car-
S tr ..
iJnhn A lHalipton


1st Fla Cav
d Florida
5th Florida
1st Fla Cav
10th Florida
1st Florida
26th Georgia


T B Lamar.... i1st Florida


Hollyman......
J W Pearson...
P McGriff......
W S Blount....

James Gettes...
L A Hardee......
A Doggett......
Company B ...
L A Hardee....


5th Florida
6th Fla Bat
10th Ga Cav
7th Florida

7th Florida
3d Florida
3d Florida
50th Ga Vol
3d Florida


John Starke.... 2d Florida

Westcott. ..... 1st Florida

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

Company B.... 1st Fla Car
Holmes Steele.. 3d Florida
Asa J Stewart.. 10th Florida

B O Grenad.... 10th Florida
John Westcott. Brevard'sBa
J M Pons....... 8th Florida


John Richards.. 1st Florida


Drysdale....... 3d Florida
Alkrn 47th Georgia


1 Has not drawn pension since March 31, 1900.


A Roberts......
Strain............
G Vinzant.....
A Roberts.....
Company "F"..
N S Cobb. .....
Dasher..... ...















County Name of Pensioner Name oCaptain ofRegiment


Duval ......



Dade. ......



Escambia..













Franklin....













Gadsden....


Henderson Stanley.. Capt J M Pons ..... 8th Florida
Bartolo Masters..... J J Daniels.... 2d Florida
Frederica Floyd, wid
of Antonio B Floyd Holmes Steele.. 3d Florida
Lucy B Brantley, wid
of T H Brantley.... CS Fleming ... 2d Florida
Sarah P Coates. wid
of Philip G Coates. Lash .......... 4th Florida
James M Wilson.... Hart........... 22d Ala
E H Sweat ......... Wm P Fowler.. 24th Ala
John B Brown..... J F McClelland. 2d Florida
Frank Marques...... ................. 10th Miss
Benj F Kersey....... Ben West...... 53d Ala
Alex J Johnson.... ND Leigh.. .. 1st Florida
Richard Rathwell... J T Waddell. Ala Artill'ry
1 Willam H Moore.. J M Johnson.... 1st Battal
Violater Coker, wid
of E B Coker...... Coleman... 1st Florida
Benj C Brewton....... E W Martin.... 38th Ala
John Kelly... ..... J F McClellan.. !2d Florida
Mary G Barclay, wid
of David Barclay.. A D McCaskll. 61st Ala
Geo W Wentworth.. Hunier. ....... 4th Florida
A B Penton......... B W Bell....... 25th Ala
Lucretia N Walden,
wid of L J Walden R H M Davidsqn 6th Florida
Amos R Sharit...... W E Cripp..... 1st Florida
Celia Ann Harrison,
wid of J R Harrison E W Moise...... 7th Ga Cav
Hannah A Blackwell,
wid of W R Black-
well. .............. Frierson........ 3 Florida
Diademma C Russell.
wid of J D Russell W D Bloxham.. 5th Florida
Chloe Richardson.
wid of S B Richard-
son ............... J B Spencer.... 5th Florida
Joshua T Kemp..... C L McKinnon.. ,st Florida
LeRoy Allen......... C A Bryan ........ 5th Florida
Moses Lambert........ R A Waller.... 8th Florida
Thos J Peavy....... Mitchell........ 29th Ga
2 Martha A Roland.
wid of S C Roland. Blocker ....... ?2d Florida
Jos W Edenfield.... C A Gee........ 4th Florida
Rosanna S Taylor,
wid of Jno M Taylor R A Waller..... 8th Florida
John M Thomas... W B Malone .. 6th Florida
John J Cowin....... RH M Davidson 6th Floi la
Zilpha A Houck. wid
of Josiah Houck... Martin ......... 17th Ga


1 Pension approved Jan. 24, 1900, hut has never applied for payment
2 Ma-tha A. RIland died August 8, 1900.














County Name of Pensioner Name o Captain of Rgment
the Company Regiment

Gadbdt n .. Robert Regan........ C ipt C A Gee...... th Florida
Martha A Finklea,
wid of A J Finklea Gwynn. ........Icott's Bat
Fontain H Shepard.. RH M Davidson 6th Florida
Benjamin Collins.... R A Waller..... 8th Florida
Elizabeth P Shepard,
wid of Wm A Shep
ard ............. Thos Mickler.... 10th Florida
Lorenzo D Turner... C A Gee. ...... th Flarida
Lucretia Barr, wid of
James A Barr..... W T Gregory... 5th Florida
Mary F Matthews,
wid of W L Mat
thews ...... .... W B Malone.... 6th Florida
John P Poythress...... Wm Robson.... 125th La
Geo W Bryant....... W T Gregory... 5th Florida
Jacob Raker, Jr..... H K Simmons.. 2d Fla Cav
Pamelia A Gregory,
widof W TGregoryj W T Gregory... 5th Florida
Victoria A Buntt,
wid of W E Buntt Company G..... 35th Ga
Gracie A Smith, wid
of Bryon Smith .. Company B ... 5th B Fla Cv
Hamilton... 1 Mary Ann Cribbs,
wid of C J Cribbs.. SA Finley...... 64th Ga.
2 Wm Belote........ A J Stewart.... 2d Florida
Andrew J Dempsey.. Ed West.......... 1st Fla Bat
W D Bellamy.......... J J Daniel .... Cons Fla
Benj F Jackson...... J K Stewart... 8th Florida
Melvina Raulerson,I
wid of Elias Raul-
erson............. G Vinzant...... 5th Florida
David Hurst........ B Kendrick.... 55th Ga
John W Grantham.. H F York...... Bullocks Rg
Sarah Ann Waters,
wid of W Waters.. O F Peek...... llth Fla Bat
Martha Mobley, wid
of Sam E Mobley C F Cone....... 1st Fla Cav
Sarah A E Miller,wid
of Timothy Miller C F Jenkins.... 10th Florida
John B McLeod.... Gettes...... ....... 7th Florida
Martha Ann Fennell.
wid of Jas Fennel.. John W Frink.. 5th Florida
Mary A Williams,I
wid of J R Williamsi Thos Scott .. 26th Ga
Reuben H Johns..... John Harvey..... 1st Fla Cav
Charity Johnson, wid
of W Johnson...... John Bryant.... 10th Florida
Stephen H Boon..... John Frink .... 5tl Florida
___ 3 William J Murray. C W Stiles .... 26th Ga
1 C. J. Cribbs died Jan. 80th, 1900.
2 Has not drawn pension since March 31, 1900.
3 Pension allowed Jan.20,1900, but has never applied for pay ments














County Name of Pensioner


Hamilton... William Sills........
Alex Royall...........
G W Boyett.........
Thomas Duncan.....
Nancy Bass, wid of
Benjamin Bass....
Emma Robarts, wid
of David Robarts....
Evander Byrd.......
Elijah Dees..........
Hernando.. Marion W Page......
Edward C McGeachy
1 Ezekiel J Giddens..
Andrew J Giddens...
Hillsboro Georgia A Miranda,
wid of T E Miranda
John Weeksa.........
Enoch D Allen.....
Rebecca Barnett, wid
of Jas Barnett.....
Mary Miley, wid of
James Miley.......
Mrs E M Hall, wid of
Wm M Hall......
Nathan Odom......
Elizabeth Stafford,
wid of CStafford..
Wm O Simmons.......
Allen J Hopson .....
John W Tanner......
Joseph Hutchinson...
E A Hill...........
J F McLeod......
Wm H Stafford......
John M Uuffie........
Epsey E Fletcher,
wid of G W Fletcher
Elizabeth Shirley,wid
of A J Shirley......
Elizabeth Lewis, wid
of John Lewis....
Elizabeth Bacon, wid
of John F Bacon...
James R Blount....
James Roberts......
Nancy A Wynn. wid
of Richard E Wynn!
George B Wildes.......
Elizabeth R Walker,
wid of EG Walkeri
1 Died February 10, 1900.


Name of Captain of
the Company

CaptC B Cone......
John Frink.....
James Gettes....
HK Byington..

N A Hull.......

0 F Peek .......
James Tucker..
John Frink.....
A J Lee........
SE Hope.......
J McNeill.......
--- McNeill....

John Martin...
H L Mitchell....
George Duncan.

RB Smith......

D Hughes......

J J Dickinson..
A J Lea ........

Gettes ........
Izard ..........
J T Leslie......
D Hughes.......
B OGrenad....
SE Hope.......
J Gettes..........
S E Hope.......
E J Coggins....

S T Oldham......

W W Scott ....

A J Lea.......

A P McCrea...
Major.........
J J Daniels.....

PB H Dudley..
Felix Simmons

W H Holloway.


Regiment


1st Fla Cav
5th Florida
7th Florida
57th Ga

1st Fla Cav

llth Florida
8th Florida
5th Florida
5th Florida
9th Florida
9th Florida
9th Florida

Mar Lt Ar
4th Florida
25th Ga

7th Florida

1st Florida

2d Florida
5th Florida

7th Florida
11th So Car
Florida Brig
1st Fla Cav
10th Florida
9th Florida
7th Florida
9Oh Florida
7th bo Car

20th Miss

10th Florida

5th Florida

61st Ga
1st Ga
2d Florida

7th Florida
8th Florida

ist So Car














County


Hillsboro...








Holmes....


Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company


Capt James Gettes.. 7th Florida

R B Smith...... 7th Florida


Name of Pensioner


Melvina A Master',
wid of L A Masters
Florencia Bell, wid of
Louis Bell, Jr......
Jane N Canning, wid
of Robert Canning.
Samuel A Miley......
John S Box..........
LP Klutts..........
J B Weatherington..
Warren D Jackson...
Elizabeth Lewis, wid
of H H Lewis......
Jonah Shy.............
D C Standley.......
Ambrose Gilman ..
2 Jasper N Harris....
Mary J Jordan, wid
of R D Jordan....
Wm G Thornton.....
1 WTTindal........
Stephen B Gavin.......
Alexander McGowan
Samuel P Walden....
Sarah Hathaway, wid
of W W Hathaway
Matilda C Mayo, wid
of Richard Mayo...
0 H Harris..........
WH Bond..........
Jas S Hickman......
Mary Gilman wid of
Jubez Gilman.....
Thomas J Webb......
JE Brock.............
Elizabeth McCrean.
wid of Jno McCrean
Rebecca J Reese, wid
of L P Reese.......
Z L Mathis .........
B F Tadlock.........
John N Skinner......
H D Hicks..........
C M Standley........
Spencer C Chambles.
W J Grice.............
1 E Roland wid of
Hiloy Roland........


7th Florida
4th Florida
26th Ga
1st N C Cav
50th Ga
50th Ala

6th Ala
6th Ala
5th Ala
32d Ala
6th Florida

6th Florida
31st Ga
6th Ala
6th Florida
25th Ala
8th Florida


R J Cooper... 33d Ala


Hagan.......
H K Hagan....
A B McLeod ...
James McCrey.

D Bryant .
Kendrick ......
C S Lee .......


6th Florida
6th Florida
1st Florida
- Ala

33d Ala
37th Ala
6th Ala Cav


H D Bassett ... 6th Florida

N Hughes...... 33d Ala.
R A Turnipseed. 22d Ga
J E P Flourney. 53d Ala
R H Bellamy... Ala Artilery
J D Grantham.. 61st Ala
Company "D"... 59th Ala
Mack Oliver...... Ala Lt Art
C L McKinnon.. 1st Florida

Wm LeP....... 3rl Ala


1 Committed to Insane Asylum June 15, 1900.
2 Died October 30, 1899.


James Gettes...
J T Leslie......
W A McDonald.
Barringer......
Beville's .......
Blackford.... .

H utt...........
TT Smith.....
Hagens ........
Cooper ........
H N Hagan...

Hagan............
Griffliths .......
Powers ........
Bassett ........
Carstilla .......
Thos E Clarks..













County Name of Pensioner Name o apa Regiment
the Company.

Jackson.... Jos M Lockhart. ...... Capt Walt Robinson 11th Florida
Jane Taylor, wid of
Wm Taylor....... J F McClellan.. 2d Florida
William Ward....... Jennngs....... Clavton's R
Joseph T Alien...... J V McJlellan. 2 Florida
Wm Sketoe ......... Wm Peters. ... 5th Florida
Saluda A Coonrod,
wid of J A Coonrod A B Gracis..... 6th Florida
Eliza Dykes, wid of
Moses Dykes...... J M White ... 6th Florida
John C Kemp....... A... 6th Florida
Mary A Denham, wid
of Geo T D nham.. T B Fagan... 15th Ala
Dorcas T Cook, wid
of B B Cook....... Gracey. ....... 6hl Florida
Mary A Jacobs, wid
of Wm A Jacobs... Company F..... llth Fl iula
Mary Pitman, wid of
H R Pitman.... Chisholm....... :h Florinla
Deborah A McPher-
son, -wi of A Mce
Pherson...... .... R H M Davidson6tlh Florida
Mary A Alams, wid
of Riley Adams... Floyd ......... .. .
John W Johnson...... H B Grace .... 6th Florida
Daniel McKee....... Flueling ....... 39thi Ala
Wil i im O'Conner... H 0 Bassett..... i6t Florida
1 Martha J Duncan.
wid of EG Duncan M B Greene...... 7th Ala
John W Cook....... J F McClellan.. ld Florida
James W Hicks...... H B Grace...... 6th Florida
Alex D Carmichael.. RT Griffith.... Evans, Ala
John T Davidson.... Tom Bell....... 6th Ala
Melvina Dykes, wid
of Henry Dykes.... T E Clark...... 8th Florida
Mahala Player, wid
of Thos F Player.. -- McClellan... 2d Florida
Sarah Jane Peacock,
wid of Abraham
Peacock........... H O Bassett.... 6th Florida
Jefferson Griffin..... HO Bassett.... 6th Florida
Newton Bryant..... J F McClellan... 2d Florida
Calvin Toole....... H B Grace.. .. 6th Florida
Susan F Cook, wid of
Hardy Cook.. .... L h Attaway... 6th Florida
Barbara Shouppe,
wid of Casper
Shouppe ......... James Jackson. 41st Ala
r J Creamer......... D Jennings.. 39th Ala
John W Basford....... M N Dickson... 4th Florida
1 Marith J Duncan died Sept. 1, 1900.













County


Jackson .....







Jefferson..


1 Pension allowed July 9, 1900, but has never applied for pay-
ment.
2 Died 1900.
3 Silas Coker died Dec. 25, 1899.


Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of Regiment
Name o.the Company imn


.1 Mary J White, wid
of John White..... Capt A B McLeod.. 1st Florida..
S A Thorpe.. ....... Thos E Clarke.. 8th Florida
Elizabeth Summerl n
wid of Joseph Sum-
merlin ......... McLain .... 4th Florida
Isaac M Toole........ H B Grace...... 6th Florida
S P Pennington.. Abner Hunter.. 4th Florida
JD Boyett.......... Thos E Clarke.. 8th Florida
Rebecca Grubbs, wid
of John Grubbs.. Wiley Warwickilst Fla Res
Sarah Bridgman, wid
of Geo Bridgman... W C Bird...... 1st Florida
Susan Johns, wid of
J M Johns........ William Bailey. 5th Florida
2 W J Denham ...... APAmaker.... 1st Florida
Catherine E Cole, wid
of J W Cole ...... William Bailey. 5th Florida
Patrick Coniff ...... G W Parkhill.. 2d Florida
Martin Kinsey...... A Z Bailey...... 5th Florida
Joel E Walker....... W C Bird...... 1st Florida
Archibald Lacy.. ... William Bailey. 5th Florids
Hilary Bishop...... William Bailey. 5th Florida
W A Hamrick....... William Bailey. 5th Florida
C E Merriman, wid of
G H Merriman ... P Sheffield...... 50th Ga
J Bradley McLeod... W Footman.... 1st Cavalry
Chas P Wheeler..... PBird........ 10th Florida
Nancy E Taylor, wid
of John D Taylor... Appleby Lee.... 4th S C Cav
John H Hagan...... P B Bird ...... 10th Florida
Thos P Williams.... G W Reynolds.. 29th Miss
Mrs C C Hamilton,
wid of A J Hamilton Company G.... 3d Ga Vol
L H Spratt ......... Partridge...... ............
Mrs F A Nalley, wid
of Peter Nalley.... Gamble ........-Artillery
Berry Shepard....... Partridge....... 15th Cav
J H Slaughter....... Partrd e ...... 15th Cav
Irwin A Granger.... Wm Bailey..... 5th Florida
Sidney S Matthews.. C Hussey....... 22d Ga Bat
S B Hart............ Langford....... 3d Florida
W R Grantham...... Girardeau...... 3d Florida
3 Mrs L E Coler, wid
of Silas Coker...... W C Bird......... 1st Florida
J C Beazley........... Company E .. 4thGeorgia
L Q C Lingo ........ WO Girardeau. 3d Florida
Isabella Raysor, wid]
of George Raysor.. D W Gwynn.... 2d Fla Cav













County Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of Regiment
Count soe thie Company e en


Jefferson....


Liberty.......











Lee ........




Leon.......


Caroline Walker, wid
of Wm B Walker..
J W Alien..........
Elizabeth B Granger,
wid of Matthew
Granger...........
J G Montgomery....
Theresa McDermott,
wid of John Mc-
Dermott............
Elizabeth Rowell,wid
of John C Rowell..
George Huggins ....
John A Gandy......
Mary Ann Morton,
wid of E L Morton.
Edward G Scott. ...
Tabitha Lee, wid of
James S Lee......
Harmon W Morris....
1 Thomas G Lets-
worth .... ........
Lillie Humphries.wid
of James T Hum-
pries. ...............
Mary Thomas, wid of
J Thomas...........
Geo W Dyer, Sr.....
Joseph Bracewell....
Diademma Glenn,
wid of Thomas S
Glenn. .. ........
Eugenia Weakley,
wid of John W
Weakley.........
Simeon Dugger, Sr..
Mary A Cannon, wid
of Jacob C Cannon.
2 C J Barineau, wid
of W R Barineau..
Geo W Powell.......
Wm S Wheeler.........
Thaddeus RDean....
Randle McCardle ....
3 E Condelary, wid
of P Condelary....
Martha Condelary,
wid of William
Condelary.........


Capt Strain........ 3d Florida
B. .......... ..... Milton LtAr


Girardeau........ 3d Florida
T McGehee..... 1st Fla Res


Stain........ 3d Florida

A Z Bailey. 5th Florida
Wm Bailey..... 5th Florida
J C McNab..... 29th Ala

E L Morton. ... 36th Ga
W 0 Girardeau. 3d Florida

E I Barwick.... Reserve Reg
P B Bird........ 10th Florida

W Barwick.... "Reserves"


Jackson........

WT Gregory...
James C Evans..
R H M Davidson


25th Ga

5th Florida
6th Florida
6th Florida


Gregory........ 5th Florida


S B Love....... 6th Florida
R H M Davidson 6th Florida

R H M Davidson 6th Florida

Richard Waller. 8th Florida
CJ Jenkins..... 10th Florida
Wesley Stubbs.. 27th Ga:
S M G Gary .... 9th Florida
TM Jackson...... 29th Ga

S Spencer...... 5th Florida


Spencer.... .. 5th Florida


1 Died April 23. 1900.
2 Approved December 16, 1899, but has not since applied for
payments.
3 Dead.


I I


I















Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company


Leon.......




























Levy.......


CaptC A Bryan.....


5th Florida


Spencer .......... 5th Florida

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


Lawson ......
Tuberville ......
Company "B'..
John Englis......
C A Bryan ....
G W Parkbill...


5th Fla Bat
Home Gds
7th Fla Cav
31 Florida
St- Florida
2d Florida


Samuel Spencer 10th Ga


BF Page..... ......
Xlary E Revell, wid
of S E Revell.....
AdelinA Purvis, wid
of J N Purvis......
Henry C Billingsley..
Nancy M Ferrell, wid
of D W Ferrell ..
W B Ferrell.........
I Ishani M Blake...
Amanda C Ashley...
Larkin Robinson......
Julian Betton........
Elizabt h Van Brunt,
wid of F S VanBrunt
MIrs M M Whitehead.
wid of A Whitehead
Joshua, Dunean......
C Q Skipper .......
Richard Fletcher....
Clesley J Jenkins.....
Ellen Britt, wid of
Amos Britt.........
Walter H Averitt ..
loseph BGeddie.....
James S Barnett.....
Ludo'vick Ashley....
Rebecca Roz-'ar, wid
of John L B Rozear
',amuel R Tomlmson.
Hugh Black ........
Wm Russell.........
Silas Weeks.......
Hansford DCook....
Aaron Higginbotham
Henry M Smith.....
Mary L. Brown, wid
of W F Brown....
Nancy A Dudley, wid
of J V R Dudley..
Susin W Tison, wid
of G M Tison......
A H Bateman.......
2 Mis Mouring Smith
wid of L B Smith..
Mile Alford.........
M A Armstrong, wid
of G 0 Armstrong.
G McGowan, wid ol
D L McGowan.....


2d Florida
3d Florida
Reserves
2.t Fla Cav
Camp of Ins

'31 Fla Cav
5th Florida
3d Arkansas
5th Florida
1st Florida

17th Ala
26th Ga.
6th Florida
9th Florida
4th Florida
7th Florida
6tc Florida
3d Florida


Ab Flewellen.... 39th Ala

PB H Dudley.. 7th Florida

S'M G Garey... 9th Florida
W L Moore..... 2J Florida


N A Hull.......
Runnells .....

Company G ...


1st Fla Cav
9th Florida

7th Florida


I T MMicklin. .. st Fla Bat


1 Died May 26, 1900.
2 Has not drawn pens on since March 31, 1900.


County


G W Parkhill...
D B Btrd ......
J J Chaires.....
P B Brokaw ...


J Summerlin ..
RN Gardner....
"A" .........
John Hollyman.
Capers Bird...

T J Burnett ....
J J Chaires.....
R H M Davidson
Gray..........
James Hunt
Alex Moseley...
J C Chambers..
Ross ..........


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Name of Pensioner Name of Captain of
Sthe Company


Levy.......





Lake.......










Lafayette..






























Manatee....


Regiment


Capt Louis. ........ 31st Ga

A P Morty..... 9th Florida
J C Richards... 9th Florida

N A Hull. .... 1st Florida
John Mizell.... 7th Florida
D Henderson... 10th Ga

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


MIrs A A Ricks, wid
of J M Rcks......
Mary E Fleming, wid
of J F Fleming...
Franklin P Dees.......
Elizabeth Bronson,
wid of S P Bronson
John R Glenn.......
Willis Story.........
Vicy Varn, wid of
Jacob E Varn ....
Sarah J Blackman,
wid of Jno Black-
m an ............ ..
John T Dorniney....
David McCredie.......
Joanna Taylor, wid
of L L Taylor.......
J T Adams.........
W C Johnson.......
John F Leggett .........
James Co bin ........
Daniel J Stewart....
M F Stephenson, wid
of David Stephens'n
Lqvi H Centerfeit;....
William R Hollinson
James E Townsend..
Ailur E Stevens....
M S Poore...........
Robert Allen.......
Lewis A Frazier.......
H E Barrington......
Mary Jones, wid of
Arch Jones .......
Henry B Pert..........
Joseph G Long ......
Florida A. McDaniel,
wid of Duncan Me-
Daniel ............
Martha Goodson, wid
of Wilson Goodson
Sina Peacock, wid of
J A Peacock.....
Patirck Carroll.....
Jane Brock, wid of
John H J Brock...
Elizabeth McCully,
wid of Pearce Mc-
Cully ......... ...
George W Adams....
Thomas B Brown....
John Wright........


7th Florida
Boneau's Bt
4th Florida

1st Florida
7th Florida
7th Florida
5th Florida
1st Fla Cav
4th Florida

50th Ga
45th Ga
8th Florida
8th Florida
3d Florida
6th Ga
8th Florida
10th Ga
1st Reserve

2d Fla Cav
4th Florida
2d Florida


T Langford..... 3d Florida

John Hollyman. 5th Florida

N A Hull....... st Fla Cav
H Dortie....... 48th Ga

Geo E Fahen... 50th Ga


A J Wright....
McGehee.......
Kendrick.......
H A Hubbard...


3d Florida
4th Florida
51st Ga
-Ala


County


S D McConnell
Conscripts ......
S O House........

C F Cone.......
Dudley.........
Flening...........
Hollyman......
N A Hull.......
J C McGehee...

Young .........
Thomas Bevill..
Roberts ........
James Tucker..
Hamp Walker..
E H Shackleford
J Tucker. .....
R Haw.......
Bryant. ......

J N Jones .....
W H Dial.......
W R Moore......


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County. Name of Pensioner Name ofCaptain ofRegiment
the Company.

Manatee..... John J Ferguson.... Capt J J Daniel...... 2d Florida
Monroe..... Ellen Courtney, wid
of William Court-
ney.. ... .......... Jeter........... 5th FlaCav.
Madiou... 1 Lavania Dice, wid
t of George Dice .... Wm Bailey..... 5th Florida-
Wiley Knowles........ Geo Langford.. 4th Florida
Martha ESutley, wi(l
of Absalom Sutley. R H Gamble.... Fla LightAr
Jane Gaston, wid of
Alex Gaston... .. J Brvant. ...... st Florida
Clem Lanier ........ W W Pillan... 21 Florida
1Ialachi Sloan....... A J Lea ...... 5th Florida
R M White............ W P Pillan....... 2d Florida
W H Butler........ M CToegott .. 4th So Car
J B Terry............ RT Kolb.. --Ala &
F JB Fox. ........ E Dyke..... Florida Art
Amanda P Newsorr e.
wid of W J Newsome W N Taylor .. 17th Ga
Bethany E Rvkard,
wid of E C Rykard. W H Dial...... 4th Florida
Lucy Gale, wid of
Hiram Gale..... Straights...... 3d Florida
3 Fannie E Wilson.
wid of Thomas J
Wilson............. JL White. .... 19th So Car
[vey A Thomas..... Bob Hardee.... 9Lh Georgia
Harriet Porter, wid of
W T Porter....... D Bird.......... 3d Florida
Mahala Parker, wid
of Matthew Park,,r Company A ... 10th Florida
Catherine E lwards.
wid of W B El w~,rds Peck .......... llth Florida
G WJeffcnat ..... R A Gardner .. 5th Florida
Mary A McCormick.
wid Eli McCormicb Company D ... 6th Florida
Louisa A Webb, wid
of Samuel S Wehb.. OS Peeks.. ..4th Florida
3James P McAdams. Girardeau...... 3d Florida
Martha Kelley. wid
of James Kelley... Sheffield. ...... 50th Ga
Thomas N Bembry... John Flink..... 5th Florida
Christian'a MeClam'a
wid of J McClamma 0 F Peek....... 4th B Fla V
lames L Kent...... John Frink .... 5th Florida
Z O MeLeod......... J H Hunter.... 26th Ga
Marv EGramling,wid
of Wm J Gramling A J Lee....... 5th Florida
R R Skipper...... ..... Jack Lee.. .... 5 h Florida
Benjamin Floweri .. A J Lp.......... 5th Florida
1 George Dice died January 2. 1900.
2 Thos J Wilson died March 7, 1900.
3 Has not drawn pension since March 31, 1900.














County Name of Pensioner Nam Captan of Regiment
IIthe Company eImn


Madison...

































Marion .....


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

Hollyman....... 5th Florida


A Bailey......
Sheffield.. .....
Bailey .... ....
Holloman......
W H Dial......
Bryant .......
0 F Peeks......
Holloman ......
0 f Pe, ks......
John Ellis......


4th Florida
50ih Ga
5th Florida
ith Florida
5th Florida
tst Fla Res
1st Fla Res
5th Florida
t th Florida,
10th Florida


Martha Tool, wid of
JJ Tool ... ......
Emily Jane Revels.
wid of Riley Revels
Iartha Stewart, wid
of William FStewart
William R Alvis ...
Jerry Barker..........
aamur l Henderson..
Benj F Ponder........
Timothy Peterson....
Sion W Phillips......
James E Flynn........
James E Drew........
R T Davis..........
Henrietta S Tindall.
wid of W B Tindall
G B Faircloth........
Amelia I Moody, wid
of L C Moody........
J H Tate............
James E Vann... ...
lalachi H Waring..
Light Townsend.....
- S H nton .. ......
Rryant A Styles......
G N Bennett........
John P Lyons........
Martha Keen, wid ol
Richard Keen.. ...
G Rnnew ........
Alexander Carter....
Louis Hicks........
W S Johnson.......
Elza McCronie.......
John W Williams...
Hardy Rainer ......
James J Brinson.....
John W Hall.......
Frank S Holly.......
Mrs M C Carter, wid
J B Carter.........
M A Tanner, wid of
TR Tanner......
John M Collins ......
Eliza M Smith, wid
of J H Smith......
John W Tonikins .....
Emily J Hooker, wid
of J W Hooker....
W W Best .........
Martha S Brown, wid
of John R Brown..1


W B Girardeau.
Turner ... ....
Gamble's.. ...
Langford .......
Begas.........
Gamble's.....
Brownings. ..
Lee.............
Bob's...........

McDonald'- ....
Hollh man.. ...,
A J Lea's.......
J Livingston....
J W Jones......
-Ware's....
Langford's......
T J Riwls......
J M Martin....
John W Pierson
Bullock ........


3d Florida
4'hBat GaC
''la Art
SI Florida
tlth Florida.
eightt Art
39ih Ga Cav
nih Florida
8th Florida

81st Georgia,
5ih Florida
5ih Florida
5th Florida
59th Ga
571 h Ga
31 Florida
4th Florida
MIarion Art
9th Florida
7th Florida


Fletcher ....... 4th Florida

S M G Gary...... 9rh Florida
L Straights..... 6th bo Car

TJ Perry....... Hixon's Bt.
J W Pierson ... 9th Florida

Stwart....... 8th Florida
B BKirkland.. .. 1st So Car

J H Counts..... 7th Florida


Simmons ......142d Georgia
J Mayo.......... d Florida













County Name of Pensioner Nae o Capain o1 Reiment


Marion..... Hannah E Mills, wid
(f Elbert Mills.... Capt J H Counts.... 7th Florida
Nancy S Wallace,
wid of ThosJ Wallace S M Garey...... 9ih Florida
Solomon Smith...... S M Garey...... 9th Florida
James W Beard..... D PGoggan...... 1st So Car
1 Sarah Perry, wid of
Thomas J Perry... J M Martin..... Mar Lt Ar
DD Burleson.......... Company E .... 2d Florida
Maiy A Goolsby, wid
of Peter Goolsby.... Brown ......... 9th Florida
John W Waters ..... Bul'ock........ 7th Florida
James P Parker .... Vason........... 10th Ga
Henry Ppikins....... Company G ...... 7th Florida
Robert Fort ........ Counts......... 7th Florida
Martha L Goin, wid
of S M Goin....... S MG Garey.... 9th Florida
2 Elizabeth Brooks,
wid of Frederic
Brooks...... ....... Owens .......... arion Dra
Lewis M Sparkman.. Owens.......... 7th Florida
William Hadsock.... Wm Chambers. 9th Florida
Frances Geiger, wid
of Joshua D Geiger P B H Dudley.. 7ih Florida
Elizabeth Snell, wid
of Eleazer I Snell.. Green ......... 37th Ala
William B Mock.... W L Fletcher... 4th Florida
George W Turner... Company B..... 9th Florida
Louisa Dillard, wid of
Lemuel G Dillard Company F..... Hampton'sL-
Ann Elizabeth Nobles
wid of Joshua Nobles Valandingham's 7th Florida
John Proctor........ Eichelberger's .. 6th Fla Bat
Wm J Hogan........ John M Martin. Lt Art .....
John S Perry........ Owens ......... Fla Cav
Nassau..... John A Woodburn... B W Powell ... 1st Florida
Malachi Thompson Company E ... 7th Ga
L M Higginbotham.
wid of J Higginbo"
tha m........... Fred Clark..... 2d Florida
M C Wingate, wid of
John Wingate..... Felix Simmons. 8rh Florida
Louis A Stokes..... W H Dashe..... 26th Ga
Julia Sanders, wid of
Benjamin Sanders John M Martin.. Mar Lt Art
Annie Harrison, wid -
of Ephra m Harrison Geo W Call..... 2d Florida
Orange..... Nancy Shortridge,
wid of G Shortridge T W Langford.. 31 Florida
Nancy Harris, wid of
W H Harri ...... Wm Camphll.. -So Car
1 Thomas J Perry died Jan. 27, 1900.
2 Has not drawn;pensionisince March 81, 1900.













County Name of Pensioner


Orange .... Chas A Roberson....
Caroline Hansell, wio
of M H Hansell. ..
Mary Eliza Patrick,
wid of Arch Patrick
Serena J.n'n,, wid
of Sam'l M Jenkins
Eliza Tanner. wid of
Asa R Tanner.....
Sarah A Walker, wid
of John E Walker..
S M Love. ..........
E C Stevens .......
Osceola..... Francis H Warren...
J A Barnes ..........
W'Vm W Wheeler. ...
Pasco...... Lovey A Atkins, wid
of George W At
kins... ............
Jackson J Page......
Hardy C Dormany....
John J Rogers.......
Richard Ellis .......
Emma A Mobley. wid
of Byrd Mobley ..
Caroline S Bradham,
wid of H Bradham.
Amelia A Bradily,
wid of R J Bradley
Salmuel Y Stafford....
William D Eubanks..
It Copeland............
Lucinda Chilers.wid
of Harris W Uhilce:s
Littleton Hurst......
Martha Acree, wid ol
Sainuel Acree. ....
Stephen S Carlton .
Sarah Jane Griffin,
wid of F M (ritin
Polk........ loseph B Rogers.....
Thomas J McMullen.
J B Arnold.........
Geo:ge W Griffin ...
Mar th E A Thomas,
wid of R Thomas..
Mrs S G Jones, wid of
W N Jones............
Mrs D A Lewis, wid
SfHH Lewis......
J F Darley .........
Rizan V Bryant.....


Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company. Regiment


Capt J U Stewart...

Oliver Cook....

Whitter's ......

Bloxham .....

Cook...... ...

B M Tolbert....
A P Moseley....
B W Powell....
Company K....
G Vnzant ....
Knights..........


1st Florida

49th Ga

7th Florida

ith Florida

49th Ga Vol

57th Ala
7th Florida
1st Florida
8th Florida
5th Florida
29th Ga


W T Sxon..... 3d Florida
Yi H Dal...... 4th Florida
A Sr.wart ...... 23 Florida
A Morrison .... Sim Ga Reg
B O Grenads.... 10th Florida

John McNeill... 9th Florida

J M Martin ...... Lt Art

David Hughes... 1st Fla Cav
V L Frierson.. 9tl Florida
S E Hope....... 9th Florida
Wiiting's...... 9th Ala Cav

N Hutchinson.. 18th Ala
F Langford..... ad Florida

John Bryant... 1st Florida
H F York...... 7th Florida

Leslie........... 4th Florida
P 1 Bird. ..... 10th Florida
P B Bird....... 10th Florida.
Wm Sheffeld.. 4 h Florida
John T Leslie... 4th Florida

W T Saxon..... 3d Florida

G B Langford.. 31 Florida

Fred Worth ... 8th Florida
J D Westcott... 1lth Florida
Arthur Roberts. 1st Florida *















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


Polk........























Putnam....








St. Johns...


Capt G R Langford.


4th Florida


Company A.. 7th Florida

J W Whidden... 4th Florida


John Bryan.... 1st Fla Res


1 Rebecca St irgpss.
widow of William
Sturgess. ......
Mrs A E Williams.
w'd of H C Wil-
liam s ......... ..
Rebecca J Crum, wid
of D G Crum......
2 Eliza A j Lewis,
wid of James J
Lewis .. .........
Mary Isabella Parker,
wid of John Parker
W J Brown............
Benjamin D Mann...
J D Ramsey.........
James E Prine .....
William E King.....
Benjamin (G Glover..
Lula M Lawson, wid
of A W Lawson...
Robert H Parrish....
Thos J McKinnon....
Wm H Clifford......
Lydia Welch. wid of
Bryant Welch.....
Wm Johnson .......
Winnie M Ashley,
wid of CC Ashley.
Emily Vanse, wid A
C F Vanse........
Prest S Weathersbee.
John T Hazel.......
James M Chesser....
Elizl A Jenkins, wid
of P W Jenkins....
Peter Pelicer........
Margaret (arrera,wid
of Gasper Carrera.
Josiah Roberts......
Win E Osteen ......
Andrew J Roberts....
Francis A Triay......
Albert Cubbedge....
John Pope ........
A M Goettee ........
Andrew M Lopez....
Julia A Bardin, wid
of Simeon R Bardin
Emanuel M Lnopz...


1st Fla Cav
5th Florida
7th Florida
31 Florida
4th Florida
64th Ga
64th Ga

No Cav Ar
lst Fla Cav
29thCGeorgia
9th.Ga


A Stewart...... 9th Florida
Summerlin. ... 1st Florida

A S Moseley.... 7th Florida


A S Moseley....
A 8 Moseley ..
Goo Lanaford..
FN Hassard....


7th Florida
7th Florida
4th Florida
47th Ga


AS Moseley......17th Flotila
Alex Moseley .. 2d Florida


George Powers..
John M Pens ..
John L Phillips.
John M Pons ...
E Maxwell.. .
J B Oliver ...
A A Ochus ....
D Knowles ...
Wm Baya......

Daniels .........
Lot M Phillips


10th Florida
8th Florida
3d Florida
8th Florida
3d Florida
34 Florida
llth Florida
26th Ga
8th Florida

23 Florida
3d Florida


1 William Sturgess died Nov. 22d, 1899.
2 Died April 26, 1900.


Wm Footman..
W D Bloxham..
Roland Thomas.
T Langford....
J T Leslie.....
Robinsonl.......
T J Pridgett......

Cummings.. ..
A A Roberts....
W J Young.....
J L Munger....














County Name of Pensioner Nae of Caain of Regiment


St.Johns ...


Sumter ....















Suwannee..


Capt Lott Phillips..
John Wescott..
J L Phillips...
John McNeil....


3d Florida
10th Florida
3d Florida
9th Florida


Chamberlain. .. 12d Florida


Irvin Drysdale......
Joseph L Simms ....
Joseph Leonardy....
James G Wall ......
Martha H Chapman,
wid of Giles P Chap
man.............
Laura A Wjlliams,
wid Irwin J Wil
lianms.............
Ellen H Mann. widof
James A Mann....
WJ Sutton ..........
Rotert H Cook........
Rebecca Harrington,
wid of W Harrington
William W Pridgen..
James R Gray......
Mary Jane Ellett,wid
of Wm H Ellett ...
Zilpha Dees, wid o1
Samuel Dees.......
John C Overslreet...
Hattie Reid, wid of
Robert Reid.......
Harriet Quiett, wid of
T P Quiett....... ..
Elizabeth Turner,wid
of Riley Turner....
Sarah Lee, wid of J
Lee................
Jane Landing, wid of
Thos P Landing..
E Fielding, wid of J
J Fielding. ......
Eliza C Ferguson, wid
of T Ferguson.....
Mary Vann, wid of E
W Vann. .........
W O Jackson........
James M Foster......
M C Burns .........
Nelson Johnson........
John R Scott.........
Matthew McCormick
J M Ducker.. .......
Levi Starling........
Joseph D Ragan....
V W A Huchingson..
Samuel Amerson -
Zilpha A Bonnell,wid
of John A Bonnell.
W H Newman.......


7th Florida

Bird Bat
3d Florida
83d Ala

6th Florida
49th Ga
4th Miss

Vir Cav

8th Florida
2d Florida

29th Tenn

2d Florida

8th Florida

2d Florida

10th Florida

3d Florida

5th Florida

11th Florida
8th Ala
10th Florida
1st Florida
1st Fla Cav
5th Florida
1st Fla Bat
37th Ala
Ti IsworthR
5ltA Ga
3d Florida
8th Florida

5th Florida
8th Florida


J R Mizell......

A P Moody. ..
T J Langford...
Josiah Wilson..

R H M Davidson
0 H Cook......
T P Nelson ...

Wickhams......

J Tucker.......
H J Stewart...

R M O'Neal.....

WP Pillows....

Sumner........

W P Pillan.......

Westcott .......

JS Wood......

John Frink.....

Company D.......
Modeau .......
J Q Stewart....
R H Partridge..
Cox ........ ...
CA Bryan.....
Jenkins, Co E....
Skipper ..........
Turner.. ....
Holt, Co K.....
Jessie Woods..
David Lang....

A J Lee ......
Bolo............


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I '













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


Suwaiine...

























Santa Rosa.












'Taylor.....


W J Collins. .. 55th Georgia
D Lang. ...... 8th Florida
Market........ 12th Georgia


R A:Hardee. ..
Powers .......
L Battery......
A Bailey.......


9th Ga
11th Florida
,6th So Car
3d Florida


A .............. 3d Georgia

A A Stewart.... Ath Florida


Robert S Williams...
1 Thos T Hurst......
James H Clarke......
2 Eliza R Murdock.
widof R C Murdock
Jeptha V Williams...
Dred E Elliot .......
James T Neeley........
C roline L Stokes,
wid of Jas M Stokes
MahalaBrannan, wid
of Benj 61 Brannan
Martha A Ponchier,
wid of John S Pon-
chier............
William P Nobles....
Thomas Adams......
George W Clark.....
Sandford B ,nd......
Henry Revels........
Elizabeth Foster, wid
of Watk ns Foster..
George W Carter......
Thomas J Mitchell...
David T Blanton....
Lemuel B Whaley...
Sarah A Watson, wid
of Wm C Watson..
A J Walls..........
Hiram B Bush.......
Jas Franklin.........
3 Amanda Bray, wid
of Jarret Bray....
Nancy J Morrison,
wid of Miles Morri-
son.......... .. ..
Lofton Thompson....
George Hamilton....
Priscilla Jones, wid of
James L Jones.....
Elizabeth McCurdy,
wid Joseph McCurdy
W J Dixon............
Thomas Davis.......
Mary A English, wid
of B English .......
Tiney Hogans........
Flora M English, wid
of M J English


1st Fla Cav
4th Ga Cav
Lt Art
1lth Florida
2d Florida
5th Florida

Ith Florida
3d Florida
9ih Florida
9th Florida
1st So Car

4th Florida
5th Florida
,9th Ala
Lst Florida


J D Leigh...... 1st Florida


Amos ..........
N ut ...........
Whaley .......


15thBatt
- Lousiana
- Luusiana


J Vaughn...... 15th Cav

J C Keyser..... 6th Ala Cay
E S Amos...... 15th Con Ov
J MJohnson.... tst Con Bat

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

Bergs ......... th Florida


A Roberts......
Wiggins........
CE Dyle.......
CO Peek.......
Pillins. ........
John Frink ..

McGehee .....
John Hopkin ..
Bryan...... ...
D T Blanton....
Tatum..........

T J McGehee....
Adams.. .....
Sewell ........
John Watkins..


1 Temporarily suspended by order of Board.
2 R C Murdock died March 19, 1900.
3 Jarret Bray died April 20, 1900.









98


County Name of Pensioner Name of Captain ofRegment
the Company
Martha E Turner, wid
Taylor..... of F T Turner...... Capt J W Wescott.. llth Florida
Wm C Lipscomb .. SParramore.... 1st Fla Car
Jlarissa L Bellamy,
%'id of C Bellamy.... A J Lee......... Perry's Reg
Geo W Odom....... A J Lee ........ 5th Florida
Nathan L Hall....... W H Edwards.. 4th Florida
Cinderilla Godwin,
wid of S Godwin.. Footman........ 1st Fla Car
John H Sutton....... W P. Pillan.... 2d Florida
Clarian Heir, wid of
R Heir.............. N A Hull....... 1st Florida
James Green............ Langford....... 3d Florida
George W Stanton... Coleman ....... HawkinsB't
Hariet Roberts, wid
of Reuben Roberts. A A Stewart.... 9th Florida
Mary AFaircloth.wid
of Caleb Faircloth.. Frink .......... 5th Florida
Elender P Driggers,
wid of IsaacDriggers Maxley ........ 18th Ala
'Volusia..... David L Wickham... Langford... ... 3d Florida
Rebecca Jones, wid of
Mitchell Jones .... Company G......39th Ga
Cora O Marsh. wid of
Moses Marsh...... Wm Chambers. 2d Fla Cav
Sarmh Wilkerson, wid
of Wm Wilkerson.. Moseley....... 26h Ga
1 Daniel Bennelt.... J Starke........ 7th Fla Car
Wakulla.... Robert R Piggott.... D L Frierson.. 2d Florida
H H Braswell........ A Spencer.... 5th Florida
CS Alligood....... W D Bloxham.. 5th Florida
James D Sauls...... Robt Gamble .. Fla Art
Jesse M Anderson.... Owens......... 8th So Car
2 Jeanette Lewis, wid
of W B Lewis...... A Z Bailey.. ... 5th Florida
Arch G Morrison... T Brevard....... 2d Florida
Penelope J Posry,wid
of Noah Posey .... Brokaw.... ...5ti Fla Cav
Durant Pelt .... Tubervill .... Reserves
Richard S Williams Jesse Bradford.. 37th Ga
Sarah A Reeves, wid
of John M Reeves Waller.... .....8h Florida
"Walton....... TP Brannon......... Coler..........33d Ala
J W Stephens....... McKinnev. ....33d Ala
W J Powell....... J F Bra Iley.... 42d Georgia
Daniel P McDonald S A Cauthon.... 6th Florida
Uriah Woodham .. W C Oates...... 15th Ala
Penina Truet, wid of
John Truet .... A B McLeor. ..6th Florida
Leonora Brown. wid
of Wm L Brown.. L McKinnon. st F'orida
1 Pension.allowed March 14, 1900, but has nevur applied f, r pay-
ment
2 W B Lewis dil d April 11, 1900.













County


Walton.



















Washing


Name of Pensioner


... John Stafford.......
J W Smith.........
J W Bell............
Benjamin Langford..
Mary A Gomillian,
wid of AJ Gomillian
Tamer Lassiter, wid
of W ti Lassiter..
M P McLean.............
Margaret. A McCoy,
wid of W McCoy ..
N M McDonald......
Nancy McDonald,
wid of PP McDon-
aid ...............
Alex L Anderson
Jesse P Gomillioan....
D R Madden........
John Holmes......
Jasper W Merritt....
0 Henderson.......
ton James L Vickers...
Henry Anderson. ..
John W Taylor......
C F Ausburn........
Wm L Riley........
Nancy J Palmer, wid
of D W Palmer ...
Joseph F Wachob...
Nancy C Lewis, wid
of C Lewis.........
1R1chel(ourtney,wid
of William Court-
ney...... ...........
James M Farrior.....
Harr et E Raley, wid
of W L Raley. ...
E D Miller.........
Elizabeti J Howard.
wid of Joshua How
ard...... .
lames E Stephens.....
T J Ireland .......
ED Hewett.........
James L Miller.......


Name of Captain of Regiment
the Company imn


Capt A C Munroe...
AB McLeod....
Branan.... ....
AB McLeod....


1st Florida
6th Ala Car
1st Florida
4th Florida


E A Curry. .... 4th F B F V

A B McLeod... 1st Florida
C L McKinnon. 1st Florida

J H Dunklins.. 33d Ala
C L McKinnon.. 1st Florida


A B McLeon....
C L MKinnon..
B B McKinzie..
J B Stokes. J...
Gregory. ......
Hiram Gant ..
SP Love.....
H B Grace.....
B L.-sper. ......
DD McLean....
W Lane.......
WT McCall....


1st Florida
1st Florida
J Davis Leg
60th Ala
5th Florida
40th Ala
22d Ala
6Oh Florida
4th Florida
11th Florida
4th Florida
53d Ala


Lae ...... .... 4th Florida
T E Clarke. .. 8th Florida

A B McLeod.... 1st Florida


Johnsnn. ..... ~ea'er Tenn
E Blackford.... ti Ala

Lane.... .... 4th Florida
Company K .. 25th Ala


.Jter....... .... "Scouts"
Hitt's ........ 9th Ala
J McDonald.... 61st Georgia
H K Hagan... 6th Florida
L-ne's .... .... 4th Florida


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378 00u 26,591 20 ..........
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448 69 .. 38 30
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I51i 20,779 09 131,095 96 .
i27 2,255 65 .... ....... .......
,74 23,385 11 ............ 58 18t

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58,173 32
199,995 44
75,863 14-
140,627 49
96,981 59
28,743 07
159,184 32
130,291 69
97,929 09
69,571 87
193,419 59
478,421 18
174,239 76
133,871 74
173,786 30
80,831 01
91,093 63
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STATEMENT OF BANKS ORGANIZED UNDER THE BANKING LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
RESOURCES DECEMBER :31ST, 1900.


N Aia.


l Quincy State Bank..-.... .................
3The Bank of Pasco County ................
4 Volusia Countv Bank ............... .......
5Brevard County State Bank .... ..........
6 Indian River State Bank...................
9Leesburg and County State Bank. .........
11 State Bank of Fort Meade................
15 Jefferson County State Bank .. ........
17Dade County State Bank ..................
18'St. Petersburg State Bank ................
19,Melbourne State Bank....... ...........
22State Bank of Orlando ...................
25 State Bank of Florida ....................
26 Capital City Bank .......................
27 Bank of Madison........................
28 Bank of Bay Biscayne...................
29 Manatee County State Bank ...............
30 The Bank of Manatee. ................... ..
SAVINGS BANKS.
1 The State Savings Bank. ................
STATE BANKS INCORPORATED UNDER SPECIAL
ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE.
Citizens Bank and Trust Co................
East Florida Savings and Trust Co..........
Commercial Bank. .. ....... ........ .
Mercantile Exchange Bank, successor to South-
ern Savings and Trust Co........ ........


Location.


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Quincy ............Aug. 20, 1889 ..... .$ 233,128 04j
Dade City........ .Aug. 30, 1889 ...... 19,175 36
DeLand............ Dec. 2, 1889 ....... 126,784 91
Cocoa ............ Dec. 12, 1889 ...... 34,104 40,
Titusville ..........Jan. 1, 1890........: 73,384 851
Leesburg......... ..March 19, 1890 .... 42,433 66i
Fort Meade ........ June 26, 1890 ...... 11,823 85'
Monticell'oi ...... Dec. 13, 1890 ...... 79,778 151
Palm Beawh...... .Jan. 25, 1893 ...... 73,559 82'
St. Petersburg..... April 17, 1893 .. 51.280 40
Melbourne.... ... June 28, 1893. ..... 28,474 91
Orlando .......... Oct. 27, 1893 ...... 103,384 76
Jacksonville ....... Feb. 2, 1895. ........ 180,995 69
Tallahassee ........ March 29, 1895 .... 97,988 671
Madison........... Sept. 30, 1895. .... 81.763 66
Miami ............ Aug. 10, 1896...... .113,972' 28
Palmetto .......... Sept. 5, 1899 ...... 36,658 05
Braidentown....... Dec. 26, 1899 ....... 68,928 48
Tallahassee.... .5,O1889,Y?...... 204,107 84
Tallahassee ........ Oct. 25, 1889 ......i 204,107 84


Tampa........
Palatka .......
Jacksonville ...


.... May
.... May
.. May


Jacksonville ....... May


i,34 ,549 7'


17, 1895...... 427,999 43
S31, 1889 ...... 158,913 81
9, 1893 318,404 67

S30, 1889 ...... 220,092 09

Totals ........$ 2,787,137.78


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318 124$
1,541 54
1,187. 351
11,133 03

1,511 89'
216 02i
2,355 431.
478 211
159 501
3,313 39'
9,344 97:
. . .. 1
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'13,840 881


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.5,0010
1,354
8,900
10,255
6,050
9,400

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13,090
1,709
150,728
38,150
400
14,399


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00: 18,180 90 172 86
00 ............ 5,721 01....
00. .......... 11.950 08
00' 14,591 72 10,363 02
75, 30.160 32 .......... ....
00 2, t38 79 ................
00............ 45,059 05
.. 19,708 05 7,150 58
)71 13,792 88 ............
87, 7.325 65 1,019 16...
631 33,289 24 1,618 11
54 ............ 38,216 48 ...
00 ........... 6.927 55
00 32,914 68 ..............
50 11,168 23& .......... ....


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......:..i37,773 .52i


314 46
3,843 66
1,761 58

S2190 06
6.131 7 ?Z


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5,300 00,

5,531 62
4,000 00


1,740 01
2,931 93
2,365 0),

9,500 00

5,375 00


1,850
568
1,050
2,138
1,272
1,400
2,649
2,125
2,449
1,011
3, 77
14,700


.. 2,239 03
.. 2,725 0(


24,824 51' 1,715 43............. 1,921 28
9,881 73 129 53. ............ 939 48
z-g.5,12 27 3,36 .7
5,112 27 .... .... ..... . .. . ....
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10,233 02 51,853 58i 37,359 00; 25,000 00| ....... ..
13,110 12 ............ 39,341 94' 16,025 00 ..........
27,855 00 37,232 64 35,130 85. ........... 6,124 71f

12387 501 49,7 3, .8 .. 6,547 02


$54,418 a61 382,672 55. 342,569 95j 314,936 36[$


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2,200 00 .........
50,918 10 ..........
S15,536 87i 373 77'
8,967 18i 1,022 271
S 3,693 94 93 20
9 2.648 30 1,587 351
S...... .. .. 1,482 351
S 400 001 1,678 941
!2 3,449 01 ..........
10,642 21: 999 80
2,124 72 819 651
i 13,521 57 ........
8,932 95 8,538 58
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2,768 37 ..........
180 00 1,366 26
304 48 ..........
1.165 49 ..........
42 50 195 00-
932 23 751 70
8,950 93.........
1,277 73 ..........
3,318 77..........
12,930 03..........
311 62!..........
143 89..........
3,250 14..........
881 82 ........
5,043 17 ..........
1.395 47 .........
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2,732 05
2.611 00
1,329 20
979 55
1,784 50
537 50:
3,861 25
2,183 35:
3,128 951
1,748 50:
3,719 75
599 31,

5,034 41
1,785 321
3,659 12.
1,914 06
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5,341 69 ........ 562 70...... .......... 11,397 74
3,405 00 ......... .1,265 62 5,594 65 .... 6,087 32

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15,569 00$* 328,017 31
4,011 00, 58,173 32
3,846 00' 199,995 44
1,222 00 75,863 14
4,795 00 140,627 49
5,939 00 96,981 59
500 00 28,743 07
13,301 00, 159,184 32
9,194 001 130,291 69
1,801 00i 97,929 09
1,750 001 69,571 87
17,255 00, 193,419 59
70,000 00, 478,421 18
8,183 121 174,239 76
7,998 001 133,871 74
7,957 00i 173,786 30
4,388 00; 80,831 01
7,831 00; 91,093 63
16,000 001 263,031 687
16,000 00 263,031 68


76,724 00
24,349 00
66,735 00

33,705 00
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272,888
509,597


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DECEMBER 81st, 1900.


No.


Name.


1 Quincy State Bank................ .....
3 The Bank of Pasco County ................
4 Volusia County Bank... ...............
5 Brevard County State Bank ...............
6 Indian River State Bank .................
9 Leesburg and County State Bank...........
11 State Bank of Fort Meade .................
15 Jefferson County State Bank ................
17 Dade County State Bank ....... ........
18 St. Petersburg State Bank .................
19 Melbourne State Bank.....................
22 State Bank of Orlando....................
25 State Bank of Florida .....................
26 Capital City Bank .........................
27 Bank of Miadison ........................
28 Bank of Bay Biscavne .............. ..
29 Manatee County State Bank..............
30 The Bank of Manatee ...................


SAVINGS BANK.

1 The State Savings Bank...................

STATE BANKS INCORPORATED UNDER SPECIAL
ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE.

lCitizens Bank and Trust Co...............
IEast Florida Savings and Trust Co..........
Commercial Bank........................
Mercantile Exchange Bank, Successor to
Southern Savings and Trust Co...........


Location.


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Quincy ..... .....8$
Dade City ........ .i
DeLand.......... .
Cocoa ............
Titusville ..........
Leesburg ..........
Fort Meade.... ....
Monticello ........
Palm Beach........
St. Petersburg......
Melbourne........
Orlando...........
Jacksonville .......
Tallahassee....... .
Madison ..........
Miami.............
Palmetto...........
Braidentown .......



Tallahassee ........




Tampa...........
Palatka............
Jacksonville ........

Jacksonville........

Totals ........ $


60,00
15,00
50,00
25,00


25,000
25,000
15,000
40,000
15,000
15,000
15,000
25,000
50,000
50,000
20,000
46,400
16,000
16,500
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100,000
20,000
50,000

50,000
21!.0o 60


500 00o..
200 00'
845 151
7,500 001
2,000 00c
8,216 15 ..
1,000 00,

8, 250 00
6,500 00o
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10,000 00


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156 10 ....
1,793 68 ....
S13,393 95 ....
3,875 59 ....

2,484 76. .

7.033 81
11,999 91 ....
1,445 79....
4,609 25 ...
3,479 62 ....
1,448 11 ..


4,690 20o3
4,690 20 ...


23,935
11,256
10,283


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.. 40,428
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101,077
71,268
10,294
96,710
107,641
73,614
50,587
150,351
396,377
80,157
106,577
83,731
59,866
72,540
731630.


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741 39 50' 700 00....
67J 1,371 60, 11,669 90o.
981 1,388 16:..............
15] 5,116 84 3,933 501....
911 100 00 .... .. .
57i 32 1,300 00 ....
311 497 94 ...........
87 1,774 23 ........ ......
54 340 001 10 00 ....
11 ........ 500 0 ....
37! 319 93, 17,701 18
20' 990 501 350 00
451 ......... 4,250 20 .
20 ............. 1,
03' 378 00O 26,591 20...
39j .. ...... ...... 1,
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233,841 48 ....


.......... 332,832 51 20,779 09
.......... 229,376127 2,255 65
.. ........ 343,831 74 23,385 11

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58,173 32.
199,995 44
75,863 14-
140,627 49
96,981 59
28,743 07
159,184 32
130,291 69
97,929 09
69,571 87
193,419 59
478,421 18
174,239 76
133,871 74
173,786 30
80,831 01
91,093 63
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272,888 80
509,597 04

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