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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

Owing to the incirea-ed iiniuiry for Fl.rida property !
at present, at well ia to., net the wauts :.t' early buyers, we
publish a partial list uf choice propertiei, carefully sei-cted
from the large juanutity off-erEd fur anle by us. The follow-
ing are amn-,ng the best bargains otfl':red on the market at
this time.


w. r. i'-ORlES..
W. I. GIFFORD.
CH1HA. .G PE.LF.i. I.


Rl,-pectfifll),
W. T. FORBES & CO.,
JACK-I.N VI LL, FLORIDA.


The Tallahassee Country.
8
1-23. Nine hundred and fifty acres adjoining Talla-
hass.ee, on the northwest, lies beautifully for residence pur-
poses; 800 acres cleared. Price for whole tract $15 per
acre; Selectiuon, $25 per acre.
2. tune hundred and eighty thousand acres choice
selected timber tract, situated in Liberty and Franklin
counties. It is vety rare that a timber tract of this size
lies in so compact. a f:.rm. The New Rive'r runs through
the centre of this tract. Price $1 50 per acre.
.-25. Eighty acres in section 14, township 1 s, range 1
%v; sixty acres cleared, two and a half miles southwest of
T'allabha ee. Price $5 per acre.
4-'2i. Niue hiunrrd and -ixty-e;l_'ht acres in township
2 n, range 2 e, eight miles northeast of Tallahassee. Price
$5,000.
7-19. Four hundred and twenty !:i:r.-: in sections 23
anid -'4, tfntship 2 s, rangi. 1 e; 100 acres cleared, but no
h.,is,.0s or fence, one i.nI a half iiih:.- fru, railroad to St.
Malrks, and tnnte dista nic tf'iti Si. MIark- River. It is
very productiv-. but the ownerr i- i.hrking, and does not
(:nre t turin. P[ ii.: .~ii i I.
-)1. Four hundred aui thirty acr. n.-i.leared pine
laIinl io .-ectiou 10), riun'i.- 2 s. tiinhilp 1 e, nine miles
soutliea:t of Tallai.is-ie, ,taj miles east of St. Mark-, Rail-
read. Price $4-.,ii.i
9-9. Two thou.tiid t-ii hundilt aind ,-i;ght i;4-10 H
ncres, twelve nile i- nritlh ...f t'nl!nlha.,se. situtitel hI etneu
Lake Jacks.,,ni and Lak,- la Iiniii, vlin;g partly on 6..t1.
t 'ie ut the Illiest llantat.iuus itn Le...n c.uentv ; can be made
to. pay a rental uof 4,i0 i) : :l igina!l e(..'t : 35,i.ii: ; mostly
cleared :;100 to 41,oi -i,.:rcs \oo..llaul : go..l dwelliin-s and
otlir impr.vement- ; fr..in thei- hill- tine- vine.- 'ain be ob-
taine:d t;',r mile. ar..uui. iFlint Riv lr, in h-.,rgii, can be
eetnu frinu onie i,,.ini : iell wateretl, ain excellent for_ .'
si.':k faiiti. I'rice 815,l ili.
10. Tenty-. nie tiu.isand nine hundred and sixty:,
ael'e choice tim ber laind in Liberty county, and susceptible'
when draiuedl of vieldliii._ well. No timber trespassers.
Title pert'e-t:. l'rr:.I- sl ", per acre.
11. Thirteen th-.usnid r..ur hlindred and sixty*fiv*:
acres good land in Liberty county. Price $1 per acre.
12. Sixteen thousand seven hundred and fifty 11-100
acre., in Franiklin andl Calhoun counties, near Lake Win-
nice. lri-C 7it c eIt per acre.
1l:-:37. l'wj thousand one hundred and forty .,ie .
selected lands in Wakulla county, near St. Marks; fairly


OCTOBER 1 5, 1886.

timber.d andl goodl ftr Iultivation ; inme hammock. Part
cultivated iiin-' e:n-s since. .-\ls. six hundred and sixty
a,-'e- in PRil]; uinmty, half ruile t'romi Lake Arbuckle;
hi-gh, pine land ; excellent tirubler; twenty to thirty acres
cleared and -w b:,naina fruit treeS. If -old immediately,
$1 per acre for entire 2,.S011 a:i- ; siod sf-parately at $1.50
per acre. The bheulpest IarEgain ,on the market to-day.
14-39. Six hundred and twenty acres good hammock
land in Alachua and Columbia counties on the Santa Fe
River. The railroad from Live Oak to Gainesville runs
through the tract. One-third undivided interest for sale
at $12 per acre.
THE LONG TRACT."
59. Six thousand acres situated in townships 4, 5 and
6, range 28; part along the line of the J., St. A. & H. R.
R. R.; specially selected four years ago as a timber tract,
generally high, rolling pine land heavily timbered. Good
transportation facilities. Price $3 per acre.
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61. About forty thousand acres unimproved lands,
some heavily timbered, in townships -10, 11, 12 and 13,
ranges 17 and 18, in Alachua and Levy counties, in the
vicinity of Archer and Bronson. Whole tract 32.5ii per
acre, selections from $3 to $3.50 per acre.
South Florida.
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135. Eighty acres good hammock, five miles south of
Brooksville. Price $15 per acre.
136. Forty acres bordering on Hay Lake, about two
or three acres in lake, high pine land, near Dade City;
railroad near the land ; healthy, desirable section and con-
venient to transportation. Pri.e 8.'.uI per acre.
21-22
149. Eighty acres on the S. F. R. R., between Daven-
port and Kissimmee ; a town is laid out on adjoining land.
Price $15 per acre.
150. Thlre.: li0,,,.l-l .ixty-t.ne and a half acres very
good hammock, iti k- wet in rainy season: being on the
brow of a hill juit al..,ve the valley now being drained by
ti, k,.ic-eli.n ...: ('C iil..any, it can b- dlrainied at small e- .x-
lens Mitil %'ill tlhei I, In.-,L valutll:l ],rperty : within
two and a hl It' miles of Davenport d, pl..,t; ild orange.
trees scattered through it; running water. Pri,-e '. p.r
acre.
11
151. Forty acres good high pine land between Lake
East Tohopekaliga and Alligator Lake. $5 per acre.
Very choice orange land; English settlement near. A
great bargain.
25
-" 152. Forty acres high, rolling pine land in lake re-
gion, between Bartow and Bartow Junction, within three
miles of railroad. Price $10 per acre.
153. One liiudrd.- and sixty acres high rolling pine
land, two miles from Haines ('ity, one and a half miles
from railroad. Price $10 per acre.
154. Eichty acres good pine land near Tavares and
Orlando Railroad, three and a half miles from Orland....
Pri~e $10 1l.r acre.







W. T. FORBES & CO'S REAL ESTATE BULLETIN.


156. One thousand acres rniostl the richest of prairie;
half mile front on Lake East Thopck-align; well elevatEt,
above lakr.; unexcelled for fruit. vegetables, sugar cane,
general farm, or stock farm; five miles by road ea't of
Kis.siimmie City; direct comnmunii:,tin by water. Price
only $15 per acre. A great bargain.
ROSALIE.
157. Five thousand four hundred acres frutin ..Une
mile on Kissimmee River and four miles on Lake Rosalie;
2,500 acres already surveyed into five-acre lots; soil and
location excellent for groves and gardens, being m.:.stly
high pine land %%ell timbered; several splendid live ,aik
haRm mocks, especially at Fort Gari t-er, the steaiir Inidl-
in g on the Kiriirnume.e Riv-r. and aloni the bIrilers t'Lake
Rosalie; can be reached in tlhur hirs hy ste-anmer trn-, m
Kissinuice C'ity ; no tract for sale in Floridla at so li a
price, presenting so su:e an opportunity for such large re-
turns. Price 6fr entire tract only 15 .per :iire. SplendidI
location lor colony. A grea-t bargain.
10
100. One hundred and sixty acres good pine land in
Disston City, two miles from hotel and wharf. Price $10
per acre.
160 a. Two huniIr'd and forty acres good pine land
on Point Pinellas, three miles from Boca Ciega Bay.
Price $5.00 per acre.
161. Ni ne, wI nw, section 18, town. 31, range 16,
wi ne, se ne, el nw, section 19, town. 31, range 16,
nw ne, n- nw, sw nw, section 20, town. 31, range 16,
532 acres, three miles northwest of Disston City hotel and
wharf, near Boca Ceiga Bay; selected lands. Price $10
per acre.
28.
162. Si section 10, township 31, range 16; 320 acres
on Point Pinellas. Hillsl,.rough ,-...Iity: guod pine land ;
four rnIlEs friru Di'.t.o:u City wihail anid hotel; very clealp.
Price $5 per acre.,
163. Se se section 15, township 31, range 16; sw
sw section 14, township 31, range 16; eighty acres; part
high rolling pine land, three miles from Disston ('ity hotel
and wharf. Price $10 per acre.
164. Lot 61, section 28, township 31, range 16 ; ten
acres, one-half mile from Disston City hotel and wharf;
high pine land. Price $25 per acre.
165. SI sw, and si se, section 17, township 31, range
16; ne nw section 22, township 31, range 16; 200 acres ;
good pine land. Price $10 per acre.
166. Ne ne and sw sw section 16, to i ship :16, rang,-
29; eighty acres high, rolling pine land ; part 1.1M Indian
hammock clearing, and part lake fir>,it. Very cheap at
$250.
167. Se nw and ne sw section 14, township :i. range
24; eighty acre; hi.-.h rd.lling pine Lunid, within fuir nil.-,
of railroad tu Charlu.tte Harbor. P ice e-.5 per acre.
11i"'. All f'ia:tional sc:ti..n Iri, township *24. ran._,e :31,
568 acres iucxhau-tible ri,:h prairie; tirst-ell,- i anl. t1r
sugar cane, rice, etc. Very cheap at i2.5.i pIer n-,r:.
2
182. Carefully selected cattle ranch in s*.ithea.-ti n
Manatee county, about 40,000 acres in a solid tract; one
of the best in the State; ten miles of fence will enclo-ie the
whole tract. Price $1.25 per acre.
22
182 a. Eighty acres, being the ne ne section 9 and nw
nw section 10, township 15 s, range 24 e, sixty acres high
rolling pine land, yellow soil, twenty acres rich muck bed
pine, all well timbered, first-class; well adapted i .....rang, r,
and vegetables. Price only $3 per acre.

The Tallahassee Country Improved Land.
8
183-40. Three hundred and twenty acres one and a
half miles south of Tallahassee; 200 acres cleared, balance
120 acres wooded with pine and oak; it is rnmitly, h...tton'


land and very rich and pr,.duetive. he reddish clay being
near the surface ; has a dwel ing anil]d s.ut h.Iuseu-, the dwell-
ing originally e,,tiag $5,i 11.1 but now in need nf repairs ; a
very healthy L.icicatio a tine lirove frtunts the h.,u-e an,:l a
never-failinig tr.;ai, runs thirju.h the pla,:e and at one
time fuirniszhed power to run a ruill an.i is still available
tfr such pirp,..,-e. Price only 5,501 .
184 .-4'2. (liee hun.lred aiid twelve acres in sections
10) a,-I 11, to uship 1 n. range 1 w, situated on Lake.
Jacksju, t;.,ur mile- from Tallaha~ee : one of the choicest
tract? n.n the lake ; well -toked with fruit tiee- ; has a
good dwelling and ,-ther ruthl.i.i Price 1- p'-r acre.
1:-14-::;. Ta'. hundred airil frt.y acres in t.wn.,hip 3
north, ranir'e 2 east, eighteen miles nuirth of Talilahasee ,:,n
the line ,,of the proposed railroa..l, between Thumi;svill and
Tallahaissee i most all Ieared. good i tif lay soil, rmdc.lerate
imnprivements. a-lmirally suited fii a small i.iairy farm.
Price 8NA.00 per acre.
199-21.. One hundred anid t q.n acre- in -ecttion 1.S.
tu.-wnship 1 nirth, range 1 enat; lying on Three Mile
branch; three andi a half miles north of Tallalias-ee;
min-tly cleared : ,.,-,,d improivemeiit. Price *101. per acre.
'2012-21. Seen hundred tires !ectii.ni 12 and 13,
tui ship 1 north, range 2 2 :-st ; : c5.U acr s cleared : buili-
ing on place that. cost $1,00i : situated on (,.klocknee River
!-even miles frrm Tallahaisee ; one mile from railih-d -ta-
tion. Price .-2 5 .(
203:-2.2. TTwo l, huniredd and seventy acres in sei:tion 15,
township 1 north, range 1 west, lying southeast if the Tal-
lahassee and r:ainulri-.iide road ; fur-roi.im h.1welling; gin
house and other inilipr.vemnents. Price $:j ,m)0.
204-31. Lot l-i ,f IIartti-ld Survey, one and a half
miles faioIn WAIkullai prini and three miles from Crawford-
ville, enibracin.- :311. aires tirst-class scrub hammock; has
100 acres cleared and under fence; good dwelling and
onthb-ltcses : h,atlihy locatijin. Price $450.
40
206. Fuur awr,es and f6ur room lih-.us. nine iiihlt, fr'.iii
Aucilla station and half wnile from, Aucilla River, near the
ferry ; well and pump on the pla:-e ; soil very richli : fhinig
and hunting excellent in :hat locality ; place just suited for
a '- winter hunting box." Pric, only '-'0.i.
45
207. Two and a half acres fronting on railroad at
Mladlison, n-ea dep."t, two, firt-cl:,ss brick stores with cellar,
(one tui-.story t'ram, wuo:i1,.-n stire, one fourteen-room hotel
anId riv,. either lu,_,,es uiseil a- warehouses, beside a large
nuniilir i.,f buiiilin. lIt lfruntiirig on rail ad ; propi erty
now rents ftr ,v,-,r S "'2 per mni it I. A splendid investment.
Price l15?.,0.i.i.
205S. A full ;,uaire, one acre, in Ma,1lsun ; g,:od house,
tai-le and outhiues,fs. a numiher of bI:earing fruit trees,
tl-ower3, etc : '.:,ol cistern and well on lot; fine garden spot ;
no better rc-idetnce It in Mid1dle Florida. Price $5,0.0).
20!.1. Thli ee .',.,l inl prl.ved tarais froin one- tu Lwo miles
trfi-am Mladison; good land ; pear groves and other fruit
tree- s.u the jilace- li i0 acr:-. 27T1 acres naijil 5 -1 a spectively; each lent tfoim tlhre huidr,_Id t,, ft ur hundred
dollars per year. Price.- i".'fis e.ac-.h.
South Florida Improved Land.
46
'21;4. Fifty-seven acres about one and a half miles
from DeLand psiit...ice, 12 acres ch-art. d, balance good
pine land, ten acres in orange grove about ten years old,
in good bearing for four years past. Orange grove known
as Lancaster's; small house, well, stable, etc., variety of
other fruits, peaches, grapes, etc. Price $16,000.
42
277. Twenty-one acnaei, all cleared and f, ncol, in the
town of Altoona, only three hundred fee-t from depot.
One thousand orange trees, eighty Parisian lime trees, five
hundred orange trees beari-ing. three lhiiru nred ,t banana trees
bearing, three hundred %pi eapples ill bear thi- year, four
hundred peach trees; also, two and one-half nci,-s straw-
berries, nine-room house, stable, shed, etc. Price $15,000.


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W. T. FORBES & CO'S REAL ESTATE BULLETIN.


45
400. Ei.hi y acres overlooking Tampa Bay, in north-
western Manate,: ,:,unty, a few acres cleared and wild sour
range tree-, bearing. Good schools and churches near.
Price 410 1 p.r acre.
401. Frty acres on Lake Flint, dwelling, barn and
outh.,uses, small grove and some land under cultivation.
A "squatter" had formerly settled on this place. Price
$410 per acre. This, %ith the fireg,,ing, for $3:,5011.
43
402. One thousand acres west side of Lake George.
One of the rnost celebtrateil orange .j roves in Florida, over
one hundred aires in oran.-e grove, mostly shell hammock;
uver ten thousand trees in grove ti.,rm ; about five thousand
bearing; originally wild Oit ainge rove, budded with choicest
varieties; ab,.,ut one thliisand -leni:n. trees, five dwelling
houses, two packing houses, complete system of irrigation,
thirty thousand feet of pipe. N.t receipt- last year, $151,-
000; two miles iront on Lake George; nearly all high
blut' Owner will sell iione-fturtlh interest, 25.i000; one-
half interest, $5t,00.ii; three-fourths interest, $75.00,.)..
45
480. Twenty acre grove, three miles east of Brooks-
ville, railroad within a few hundred yards from grove, land
very best hammock, high and slightly rolling, adjoins other
fine groves, trees beginning to bear this year. Price
$., 1ii- ).
481. Thirty acres, five acres in grove, just northwest
of last mentioned twenty acre grove, and same character of
land, Price $6,000.
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Tallahassee.
495-4. Lot 60, 166 feet x 80 feet. Price $100.
496-5. Lot 75, 166 feet x 170 feet. Price 200.
497-6. Lot 68, 166 feet x 170 feet. Price 120.
498-7. Lot 57, 166 feet x 170 feet. Price 200.
499-.'. Lot 107, 161 feet x 170 feet. Price 200.
No improvements; all in south half of County Quarter
near railroad depot.
192-12. The property in the City of Tallahassee known
as the St. James Hotel, having a frontage -of about one
hundred feet on Monroe street and one hundred and sixty
feet on Washington Square, and situated on lot3 87 and
88, old plan. Hotel is brick, newly painted; has about
forty rooms, one of the most valuable pieces of property in
the-city, eligible located, and can be made to pay 15 per
cent. on the investment: Should the purchaser wish to
enlarge there is building room on the north or east side,
Price, with furniture, $20,000 ; without furniture, $15,000.
29
505. Lot one hundred and thirty-one in the town of
Blake, ten acres more or less. Best hammock land, sur-
rounded by bearing orange groves; very cheap. Price
$850.
South Florida.
28
513. Lot 61, section 33, township 31, range 16, five
acres quarter mile from Disston City Hotel-and wharf, fine
pine land; sub-divided into twelve lots, for sale entire or
by lots. Price per lot $50, or twelve lots $500.
514. Small lot ten, block three, in Torres sub-division,
within few hundred feet of Disston City wharf, 100 feet
square, excellent for store or business house. Price $150.
48
520. S e 33 and w I sw section 34, township 22, range
26, two hundred and forty acres in one body, all high,
rolling pine land, about three miles from Lake Apopka,
upon which steamers are now running. A very healthy
and romantic section of Florida. Only $2.50 per acre.
521. Se nw section 17, township 22, range 26, forty
acres fronting on Plumb Lake; twenty acres high pine
land, one mile from the town of Minneola. Price $100.
522. Se ne section 18, township 22, range 26, forty
acres, in town of Minneola. Price $250.


523. Ne sw section 20, township 22, range 26, thirty-
fivy acres in lake; five acres good pine land, one and a half
miles from Lake 1Minneola. Price $25.
524. Ne nw .ectiion 13, township 23, range 26, forty
acres good pine land. Price $100.
The Tallahassee Country.
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535-43. Nine hundred and sixty acres, six miles north
of Tallahassee. Most of this land lies well for cultivation,
being part of a large table tract, elevated two hundred and
fifty feet above the Gulf. Has nine good tenant houses.
It is well watered: a beautiful lake one half mile long and
the finest springs in the country are on the tract. There
is also a splendid mill site. Price $ir,500.
536-44. Six hundred and eighty a,:res, ten miles north-
east .if Tallahassee : about oune-half of this tract is magno-
Jia hammock, one-quarter oak and hickory, clay subsoil;
une-quarter pine with clay sub-soil; four hundred and fifty
acres cleared and under fence. G.iod dwelling of five
r.:omn and in g-oud repair, giu houses, etc. Well watered
with branches in every tiel1 ; would make an admirable
stcl-: tarm. One ..f the finest plantatiotis in Leon county.
It lies near the e.ntemplatel railroad from Tallahassee
to Thomasville, now an assured fact. Price $5,500. Very
cheap.
537-46. Twenty-seven hundred acres from four to six
miles from Tallahassee, having about forty tenement houses,
two gin houses and screw. If parties wish to purchase as
an investment, the present owner will rent the place from
them, discounting the price from the purchase money, for
a period of three to five years, at $1,300 per annum, or
$1,000 per annum and pay all taxes and repairs. Price
$5.50 per acre. A great bargain.
538-47. Two hundred and ten acres, two miles west of
the pleasant village of Miccosukie, forty acres of woodland,
improvements moderate, and an ordinary dwelling, etc.
Stream of water running through it. Price only 81,3)6.
50
539. One hundred and twenty acres in section 5, town-
ship 2, range 14, and one hundred and sixty acres in sec-
tion 32, township 1, range 14 ; one hundred acres improved,
log house and plank tenement house on place; some orange
and pear trees. Only a few miles from Live Oak. Price
$4.50 per acre.
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540. Eighty acres in section 30, township 13, range
26; ten acres bearing grove, fifteen acres four and five
year old trees; two-story eight-room house, outbuildings,
etc. Good well water ; ten acres under cultivation, rest of
land woodland. Price $15,000.
52
541. About forty acres adjoining town of Yalaha;
fourteen thousand orange trees set, one hundred and fifty
I.earing, thirty-five years old; four hundred lemon trees,
fit een hundred budded nursery trees, one year on three-
year old sticks; fifty guava trees bearing; two sulphur
springs on place; two-story seven-room house that cost
$2,500; good fence. Price only $22,000.
554. Town lots for sale at Highland, on the F. R. &
N. R. R., about eight miles south of Baldwin and twenty-
five miles from Jacksonville; a very choice location.
Also choice lots for sale at McClenny, Glen St. Mary,
Orange Home, Bridgeport, Satsuma, Dundee, Winter
Haven and many other places.
Columbia County.
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555-1. One hundred and sixty acres. This tract of
land is unimproved; lies on the public road three miles
northwest from Lake City; well timbered and high and
rolling; very fertile land. Price $.00.
556-2. Three hundred acres on the country road, two
miles from Lake City; orange grove, vineyard and cot-
tage building; one hundred and twelve acres cleared;
best farm fur the money in the county. Price $3,000.


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557-3. Forty acres unimproved, two miles east, from
Lake City ; titles are g i..o ; no lntuit l.,rance: ; convenient
to rail and county y road; very fertile when cleared; gi.od
for the produetiri of peachh, .-ears., plums, grapes, c:,rn.
cotton, rice., v,:getalles, etc. Very cheap at 8250.
,5.i8-4. Forty acres unimpr.oved. Very fe-rtile, bout
two miles east from Lake City. No incumbra ncc. Titles
good. First-class pine land. Oflered at the very lo,w
price of 2510.
5',9-5. Small hotel, nicar the depot in Lake City, ton a
one acre lot, w0ootl building, hlas rom-, and in first-
claRs repair; c.-nv.ient for transient boarders anti is very
popular anioug the travdeing public: This is a de-tirable
property, and is otfired at the exceedingly low price of
85,500. A go.:d bargain
560-6. Town lot 310, on1 the west idle of the town :
only five blocks fr.in the public square; one whole acre
and an eighth enclosed with plank fence. A beautiful build-
ing lot in a good neighborhood. Titles are- g Cod. Itftered
at '$250.
561-7. Town lot No. -, unimpr,.ved, in the -south-
westei'rn division of Lake City, in a lriod neighbo.rhood.I ; a
very desirable lot near to Iake Hamburg." A splendid
bargain uttered in this lot it the low pticr- of 8$250); one
whole acre.
5ij2.-. Sixteen are's- of fertile pine land, one mile
noithwest from the depot in Lake City, unimproved : this
tract will make a first-ela-s truck farm and garden ; it li,-s
on the public road, andI is very desirable Otl-ered at 1.501.
563-9. A house and lot in Lake City; situated in a
popular portion of the town, containing one-third of ani
acre; small cottage building, with fine fruit trees and
flower yard; near to Lake DeSt.:to : a very desirable lot:
Placed at the very low price of 4$1,000.
564-10. One unimproved town lot in the eastern .-x,
tension of Lake City. on Duval street, in a good neigh-
borhood. One full acre otfered at the ,vtry low w riLe of
$175.
565-11. A farm of eleven acres, one mile north from
Fort White, on the S., F. & W. R'y, eighteen miles -outh
from Lake City; very fertile; part cleared and in a high
state of cultivati..i ; it produces corn, oats, cotton, nelons.
vegetables, peaches, oranges, peari, etc. A bargain at
$15 per acre.
566-12. A farm of one hundred and twenty acres;
seventy acres cleared and in cultivation ; very fertile ; the
home of the peach and pear; it produces corn, oats, cotton,.
hay, sugar cane, potatoes, vegetables, etc.; l..g buildings. In
this is offered a bargain at $i, per acre.
567-13. One icre; lot unimproved (No. ;31', in north-
ern extension of Lake City. 'hea p at i-ltIl.
568-14. One acre lot (N.:...,3 unimpr..ved ; ,ituat:- in
the northern exten 'in ...f Lake City. A I-u.r'ain at $1l").
569-15. East half ,f block 110, improved half itvre
very valuable and desirable. Ottfred at the reasonable
price of $5010.
570-1P. One town lot, l:I.:.ck "0," seven and one half
acres, unimproved. Offered at the excetedingly low price
of $100.
571-17. One town lot, block ." four acres, in west
extension; unimproved. IO)leredl at the exceedingly low
price of it 100.
;572-18. Forty acres of first-class pine land in section
9, township 3, range 17, fitteen acres cleared, and a half
mile north from Lake City; log bUilditlg in good conulitio-n.
Offered at a bargain at $200.
573-19. Twenty acres adljoiing Lake City .n the east,
mostly cleared; a first-class plot on which to cultivate a
truck and fruit, farm; a very popular piece on the public
road, and is desirable. Titles are good, and is otTered at
the very low price of 1l.2510.
574-20. One -l,.ie houte and lot in Lake City .n the
corner of the public square, in good shape. Offered at
81,500. Titles good.
575-21. Twelve one-half acre t..wn ]-,ts in Bendheim's
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lot 10ll x 2'05 feet. These lots are uttered at $65 per lit,
both cheap and desirable.
576.-22. Thi.ty acres ft ti rt-MIs-. pine lIna d, t. j and
a half niilhs east fr.,ui Lake City. A very dlesirable tract.
Priced at $5II,.
577-2:;. Forty acre- of good pine land-l, very pro due-
tive and desirable ; seven miles southeast froni Lake City.
O( ered at $9200.
r.578S-24. Five and t:ue-half acre- in the northern
extension of Lake City ; dividled intt.. on,- acre l0tt. and
numbered 2l, 4.::, 41 and 6:3; very d si'ir; le, l,,r l)uil,:lintg
lots. Priced at $1.50 each.
579-25. Six huln.iilred and, thirty arrest, thiire hundilred
cleared and inu est condition. VeVr fertile. Produces
corn, cotton, v-getables, .e-aclhet. gl'apes, nrd other fruits,
One of the most de-irable thritu iii the r.uniry. Ha-" a
good two-tory building, tenement buililding,btarns. etc. Well
watered ; six miles froni Lake (ity; sclioul anid church
near; exceedingly h al.hy;'a bargain. Per ait:e I$.
6tJ.0-2i. Twenty-live acres., lbeautifully .itiuat.ed in the
western part of Lake City in liglh .state of *uitivation.
New cottage, seven riooi,, wells, baiIrn, -tahles, e-tc.; pro-
iduce.s all truits, vegetables, ?te ; v-ry bh.altlitutl., siitablje 1f..r
early divi-io..n into town lot- railway pai'.es through :
titles .',oud. Price lo w.K..5 5 ).
5)1-.27. Five hundred and sixtv a(.res, onr hundred
cietrr-d and tenred; in tine statt of cultivatin; has
hues outt-hliouise, barns, etc: v.uild iLak: ftour settle-
imeu at.s by division ; prduc i--s nil grain, \'v etae bls, truits,
etc. Orange. trei. es-.p:d last witler'S cold :tud are do-
inlL well. l'ric-e $4.. .
5)-''2-2. Tio huudr.-ld i nd t;:rty n' rt.' 150) cleared
'Tw-. m'il-s west 4.f Lake (itv, in filt clua .onlitio-n ; well
wat>_red, gCO.,d fetciti'g, g..ooi tw., storv ho1'e, L.anb i, 1.-t7 .,
inostly uew ; churt h and sch,:,:il near; 2411 pear trees., 3:11(
p:Uach trees, crinimencing tI, btar ; 11.ll i .rag,: trees, ais.
grapes, .ini:c_.-c, etc. Price low, 51,5110i.
,.'3. Farmn, .-'H acres, 1 miilee from Lake C'ity;
all hainmoi.-k land in tine cultivation C-.intirtable build-
iugs, tine fruits, one ft tl.: b-est gardens and truck fariiis in
the c...intv ; healthy It catioin ; o:.verloks a beautiful lake.
Otlered at $1 ,50).
5 4-3.:i. Ten acre. one n1ile tromni Lake City depot;
so,,il *.,., ad:aipted to early fruits and vegetables; imme-
diately on railroad; high, dry and healthy. Great bar-

585-31. F.,rty a.res hammiiock. 20 aer s el.,-al'ed, sprin,-g
branch runuin,h t through it; tione mile from Lake City;
gYo'd wate-r, i:.o.d neighol..rhoodil. A bar.airn it $.il .
587-32. Eighty acrte on S., F. & W. R. R., t-o, miles
from Lake City, beaLiti 'u lake frliit; 1? a nres el aired, a
few fruit tree:, good water, healthy, temporary bui llings.
Price, $2.51ii(.
FtS.S-3. One unire-.l and twenty anere, six mile.-
from Lake City; tir.t clans pine land ; near church and
school ; t.;. ace cleared ; goud log libildings. ery de-
sitable, .1.-)i l.
'.59-.34. Eii-lit acres, all cleared, oute mile from l.epot;
o,1n pubIie roA.d and railroad ; deirnl.,le i',r resideMnce,
trucking and fruit groLing. Price per acre $11.il.
513.,.i Forty acres at Mt. Tab.or, 11 miles fromi Lake
(Citlv; churchrsc and schoolIs near ; 12 acre-s cleared, frame
cottage, five roi..ims, barns, shed-, etc. Tw.elve-I:ore-l' power
engine. .,rist mill and three oitton giins all in first cla:n.
repiti ; beuritng fruit trees. A guc I bargain. $1,71-l.
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Suwanee River Lands.
5:1-1. Tw.. bhundlred rind eighty-four acres, on Suwa-
nce river, 31) acres cIltivated. House, a few orange and
peach trees, tight, miles from Old Town, fui miles from
Fayette-.ille. Per acre, $2.
.,i2.-?. One hundred and sixty acres. Nw J, sec-
tion 31,.township 4, range 11 s and e, Lafayette county.
Price per acre only 2S 50.
5!--3. Five. hunclred and twenty acre-. 175 culti-
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2. miles from S.,F. & W. R. R.; fruit trees bearing ; good
stand, for store, physician. blacksmith, etc.; churches and
schools near; good truck land. Will tEll in lots to suit
buyers, at from $5 to $20 per acre, or all for 5.3,2 ..
594-4. Two improve places, ench 160 acres, good
land, three mile from railroad, good water. Price per
acre only $5.
595-5. Two hundred acies good land, in Township 5,
Range 12, Lafayette (' uunty. Price only $450.
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596-1. Forty acrev on F., H. &A N.R.R., one-half mile
from Drifton ; dwelliun, outbuiblings; 2100 Le Conte pear
trees. Price. .'2250.
597-2. Eighty aces, three miles niojrthea t f'roi Mlunti-
cello, on public: road; und clay slib-soil ; 3 good tenant
hou-es; 60 acres cleared, balance woodlanil. Price $61111.
59'-3. Nine hundred nud sixty acres a.ioining M,.nti-
cello, 80 acres on railroad; ;oodi water, 600 acres cleared;
clay sub, oil, fine cane I.brakes, splendid cattle farm ; six
acre+ Le Conte pear trees, three yearsold. Price, $4,i01)0.
5.:-94. Tweuty-two acres adjoiuini M. uticell,, I on
railroad, all cleared and enoed. Price $500.
600-9. One hundred and thirty acres, one and one-
half ruiler north,:ast from Monticello ; 100 acres cleared;
dwelling, good water, good land. Price .1,000.
601-12. One thlou-sand seven hunlred and fifty acres
on Auc-illa River, nine miles east from Mounticell,,; 1,200
cleared; splendid stock farm with magnificent lake in
centre; fine building, sites around; clay sub-soil. Price
i 10,000.
601-a. Lot 150 x 200 feet, fronting on Main street in
Monticello. Price $350.
602. One hundred and fifty acres of land, nearly
square; about 50 acres in timber land, near Wolf's Creek,
Jetterson County. Price $1,200.
603. One hundred and eighty acres, one mile north-
west from Monticello, good imiprovements'. Pri,_e $4,200.
1-104. Six hundred and sixty-tw.. acres, near Monti-
cello, very valuable property. Price $5,500.
The Tallahassee Country.
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60F.52. Forty acres three miles from Tallahassee, 20
acres fenced ani cultivated ; about 100 bearing fruit trees,
balance of land well wooded. Price only $500.
605 a-53. Four h und red andforty-four acres over-look-
ing Lake Jacksou ; splendid location ; good dwelling ; all
cleared but 40 acres; all fenced; a fine peach orchard;
several good springs; admirably suited for stock farm.
Per acre $10.
606-54. One hundred and sixty acres near Miccosukie,
18 miles north of Tallahassee; 90 acres cleared; 70 acres in
timber; cleared land mostly hammock, very fertile; three
tenant houses, cribs and stable; good water and fences;
rich muck ponds, and iutninig 1irani.h ; all under cultiva-
tion, paying good rent-. Price only 81,000.
i07-55. Seventvy-six and une-half acres, 51 miles from
Tallahassee. on Lake Hall, on main road to Thomasville ;
high hammock: cleared land; suitable for fruit, tobacco,
stock or grapes; very pretty situation. Price $850. Terms
half rash, balance one and two years at 7 per cent. interest.
608-56. Lots 15 and 16 of St. Augustine Branch, a
suburb of Tallahassee; contains 21 acres. Price $175.
609-57. Seven hundred and fifty acres three miles
north of Tallahassee; 200 acres woodland, balance cleared;
two miles frontage on Lake Jackson; two good springs
and running stream of water; first-class land, clay sub-
soil ; splendid for truck or stock farm. Price per acre $12.
610-58. Eleven hundred and twenty-four acres 8 miles
from Tallahassee, southeast; new frame dwelling, outbuild-
ings, etc.; ten tenant houses, barn, etc., in good condition,
on plantation. Value of buildings about $3,500. Price
$9,000.
611-59. Two hundred and thirty-five acres first-class
land, on Tallahassee and Bainbridge road, on Lake Jack-
son, six miles northwest from Tallahassee; 200 acres


cleared and fenced, d-,1ood dwelling and outbouses ; a splendid
thtni. Price per acr rill.
612-60. Three hundred and twenty acres on Talla-
hassee and Bai)h idi.'e road; four and a half miles from
Tallahassee; three hundred acres cleared ; two and one-
half story dwelling and eight tenement houses in good
condition; all under fence; abounds in springs and
branches; admirable for stock farm. Price per acre $16.
613-61. One hundred and seventy-seven acres first-
class land, six miles northwest from Tallahassee on Bain-
bridge road; dwelling; all cleared and fenced ; well water-
ed. Price per acre $11.
614 62. Three hundred and forty-three acres three
and one half-miles northwest from Tallahassee -in Bain-
bridge ro d ; one hundred and ,eventy-five acres cleared;
three tenement houei; s: pring branches: first-class land;
all under go:d ftene. Price per acre 612.
[Nos. 59, 60. 61l anild 2, it' -old together. $ll per acre,
yielding mental of fitty bales of cotton or 462,000 yearly;
also, 4,ll000 pounds of butter, worth $1.,200 total income
$3,200, ,or above twenty per cent. on the investment.]
ili5-F1. Twelve hundred acr~, nine miles northwest
from Ta'lahassee on Bainbrlida.e riad; about threehun-
dred and fifty acres cleared ; balance w,,Aled pine and
oak; well watered; a good ten room dwelling, barn, etc.
Price per acre $5.
616-64. One hundred and eighty-five acres near Lake
Jackson; one hundred and twenty-five acres cleared and
fenced; four tenement houses ; sixty acres wood land, pine
and oak. Price per acre $6.
617-65. One hundred and twelve acres near Lake
Hall on Thomasville road; all cleared and fenced; im-
provements new; dwelling alone cost nearly $4,000.
Price $5,550.
618-66. One hundred acres in township 1, s of range
1 w; three miles southwest from Tallahassee; eighty acres
cleared and fenced; running water through the estate;
two log houses, two corn cribs, stables, etc.; a few bearing
fruit trees. Price $600.
619-67. Three hundred and twenty acres, one hun-
dred and sixty acres hammock land cleared and fenced;
one tenant house; spring and stream of water on place;
one hundred and sixty acres wooded-oak, hickory and
pine. Price per acre $10.
620-68. Five hundred and sixty acres in WAKULLA
COUNTY; one and one-half miles from railroad; one hun-
dred acres cleared and fenced ; three-room house and cot-
ton house. Price per acre $'.
621-69. The Newport Springs tract, 16 miles south of
Tallahassee, in Wakulla and Leon counties, 5 miles north
of St. Marks on the Gulf, about 5,000 acres adjoining the
old town of Newport and including many lots in the town,
about four miles frontage on the St. Marks River and ex-
tending nearly to the St. Marks Railroad; 2,000 acres be-
ini, best ,*ualitv hammock, lying on both sides of river;
3.1~1t0 cre- number one pine land, generally well timbered
:,d afIlrding best quality of grazii,g. Two of the finest
sulphur springs in Flrila are on the river; was a noted
* health resort in former times ; can be made a great winter
and summer resort. Price of entire tract only $2.50 per
acre. Further particulars, with plat, on application.
621 a. East half south-east, section 3, township 21,
range 21, first-class hammock land, 4 miles from Bushnell
Station on F. R. & N. Railroad, in Sumter county; seven
acres in oranges 3 years old; grove alone cost $1,200.
Will sell entire tract for $2,000, or ne se, including grove,
for $1,400.
622. Twenty-four acres one and a half miles from
terminus of J. & A. Railroad, mostly all hammock land.
Price only $15 per acre.
623. Lots at Atlantic City (Diego) adjoining the prop-
erty of the Jacksonville and Atlantic Railroad at Pablo
Beach. These lots front directly on the Atlantic and afford
the best and cheapest beach residences now on the market.
A railroad is surveyed through the tract and will un-
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624. Send for circulars describing CENTER PA n Ki, mid-
way between Jacksonville and Pablo Beach. Choice resi-
dence lots for sale at from I10 to $25.
Unimproved Lands.
625. One thousand six hundred and forty-three acres
in POLK CouL'ITY. about sevent-five acres ifir--clas high
hammock land, floating ,,ne mile onu Ki-iriitee R'ver,
balance firt-class pine land. Pri,:e .5,.-')0.
626. Part of .'riebhton grant; one hnudred and thirty
acres at Mandarin, DL'VAL COUNTY, next to Hubbard's
grove; splendid fruit land or residence lot. Price .$3.,000.
Terms ine-half cash, balance in one year.
627. Forty acres good land beloiv St. Luc-ie. Br- r'.nD
COUNrY. Price $1,10UJ.
628. Ten acres opposite New Haven, on Indian River,
BRE%'ARD COUNrY. Price $400.
629. Two hundred and eighty acres at Shell Point, at
iouth of Pease River, in MIANITEE COUNTY. containing
every variety of good land fuuind in South Florida ; easily
accessible by Florida Southern Railway, and lby lines of
steamers and schooners running tu anl tup Pease River.
Opposite is the new and nourishing town of Cleveland.
The tract is so situated that it must be the shipping point
of a large area. A splendid place for a winter residence
of a gentleman fond of boating or yachting, affording as it
does an unsurpassed harbor and landing. Price per acre $40.
630. One hundred and sixty acres in HERNANDO
CoUNTY, on line of railway to Brooksville, being about 6
miles distant. Price per acre $10.
631. One hundred and sixty acres on Ocklawaha
River, in PUTNAM COUNTY, about six miles from the mouth
of the river; one of the few places at which a steamer can
land; very desirable location. Price $1,000.
632. Forty acres near Oriole, HERNANDO COUNTY,
first-class pine land. Price $500.
633. Lots 50 x 190 in addition to Furt Meade, POLK
COUNTY. $250.
634. Twelve acres adjoining Fort Mea'le, POLK county,
very desirable for division into city lots. Price per acre $100.
635. Eighty acres good pine land, nearly oppositee Ft.
Myers, MONROE COUNTY; an early selection. Price $800.
636. Twenty thousand acres pine and 12,000 acres
cypress and cedar in LAFAYETTE COUNTY, between Suwanee
River and Gulf of Mexico. Unsurpassed for sheep ranch.
Price per acre $1.50.
637. Very choice lands in vicinity of Micanopy,
ALACHUA COUNTY, cannot be excelled for fruit and veget-
ables ; all classes of best land included in the tract. In
lots to suit purchasers. Price per acre from -11. to ..75.
638. Near Micanopy, ALAcHUA COUNTY, a very choice
orange grove, seven acres in bearing, in best of hammock
land, with about 75 acres additional gcod land. Price ..,000.
639. Forty acres good pine land, firit-class l.ocati:n,
over-looking Lake El Dorad,. Oran ge e. u n tv. Price $81 ,I00
640. Forty acres first-class pine laud, rich soil, ,good
timber, half mile from steamer transportation on Lake
Betsey, SUMTER COUNTY. Price $.00.
641. Six hundred a:-re- pine and hammock land in
HAMILTON COUNTY, nearly all high and rolling, just p-
posite lower Sulphur Spring, on Suwanee River. Price
per acre $*r.
642. Five hundred and eighty-six acres good farming
pine land near Newnansville, ALACHUA COUNTY. Price
per acre $5.
643. About 1,500 acres on the west side of Lake To-
hopekaliga in ORANGE COUNTY, eminently desirable for a
town site, or for fruit, truck or stock raising. Price $20,000.
644. Four hundred acres 13 miles east from Gaines-
ville, ALACHUA COUNTY, high, dry, first-class pine land,
good timber. $5,000.
645. Two hundred acres at Duval Station on Fernan-
dina and Jacksonville Railway, good garden land. Price
per acre $5.
646. Twenty-two choice tracts of improved and unim-
proved land, including orange groves, in vicinity of Winter
Haven, a beautiful town on the South Florida Railway, in


the centre of the famous lake region of Pot -l COUNTY.
Price per acre from -416 to I5i0.
647, About i,i.i000 aires, in tracts of various sizes, near
Br,.uksville, in HERNANDO COUNTY, mostly rolling pine
land l ith clay subsoil, about 1,500 acres being high, richb
hammock, adapted to oranges, cereal; and vegetables of
all kinds. Price. per acre frrm $7 to. $25.
64S. Four th:lii.anud acr+cs ,. land opposite Satsuma,
on the west. side of the St. Johns Riverin PtiN.NAM CiOUNTY,
about 2,500 acres pine, and 1,500 acres splendid bay gum
and cypress timber immediately on the St. Johns. Price
only $3,000. A great bargain.
649. Eighty acres of land near Plant City, in HILI.S-
rOROUGH C,-Lu:N'.Y, selected alb.it, tour years a.o. Price
only $200.
6 150. Eighty-three and one-half acres high pine and
hammock land near Fort Gates, PUITNAM. (_'OUrNTY, on the
St. Johns River, half mile river front, good ibr vegetables
and oranges; good society, fishing and shooting ; saw mill
near. Price $A,000.
651. The bet lot in Disston City, IIILLSE.Or'.tH
COUNIY, 1:30) feet beach frontage, 180 feet deep ; near
hitel and wharf; live ink trees. Price 4500.
r;52. A large n umber of ehliice building lots on
Tampa Bay, HILL-,,.B|,:|.L-;EI COuNTY, suitable also fbr
residences. Pri-.es from $50 to $25o) per lot.
i;65. Two hundred and eighty acres in northern part
of HEPrNANit, COUNTY, on the line of the S. S. O. & G.
R. R. Price per acre -r5.
654. Thirty-eight acres good pine land; clay sub-
soil, on lake, suitable for oranges and vegetables; six
acres cleared and fenced; two miles from Yalaha, SUI MER
COuNry. Price $450.
655. About 6,000 acres good land, near line of the
Fernandina & Jacksonville Railway. Price per acre$2.50.
6516. Forty-one acres choicejland on Pine Island,
MONRPOE COUNIY. Price per acre $10.
6i57. Forty acres about eight miles north of Tampa in
HILLBOROU,.;H COUNTY. Price Ouly $100.
65&. Thirty-six and one-half acres on the Indian
River, BREVRim CouNrY, about two miles north of St.
Sebastian River near store and posttfli-e; good oak land,
high and d*ry, river blutfd about fifteen feet high; adapted
to oranges, limes, pine-apples, etc.: oysters and fish at the
door; fine ocean bree,.e. Price per acre $35.
659. One thousand seven hundred nad forty acres on
the line of S. S. O. & G. R. R., in Mli_ roN COUNTY. Also
800 acres near Leesburg and Lane Park, in SUMTER
CouNtY. Prices on application.
660. One hundred andl sixty acre-, good, high, dry
pine land. adijining Fort Myers. MONROE COUNTY; em-
inently suitable for -senii-tropical and most of the tropical
fruits, als tfor ub division and settlement as an addition
to Fort Mvers. Price on application.
61il. Twelve choice 5-acre lots adjoining Kissimmee
City; good pine lands ; could be sub-divided into smaller
residence lots fur the winter business. Price only $3,100.
62). (One hundred and sixty acres high and healthy
land on railroad, 7 miles from Astor ; store and postoffice
on the place; lu0 orange trees; three room frame house;
splendid site tui town. We have views of this estate in
,,r ,,,fice. Price f$,000.
663. Five hundred and fifty acres in CLAY COUNTY,
near Green Cove Spring an] Melrose Railway and St.Johns
River. Price, in lots t-o suit purchasers, per aere .5 to $10.
664. Eighty acres near Winter Haven, POLK COUNTY,
in the famous lake region, high and rolling pine and oak
land, nice lake blutf' front. Price per acre only $25.
665. A number of 4-acre and 10-acre lots near Char-
lotte Harbor, well adapted to truck farming. Price, 4-acre
lots, $60; 10-acre lots, $125.
666. About 6,000 acres of land near Kissimmee and
Lake Toln.ipekaliga. Pine, prairie and sugar lands. Price
per acre $'2..0 to 115.
667. 250,000 acres in MANATEE COUNTY. We will
make a careful selection of these lands in blocks of 1,000
acres or more at $1.50 per acre. These are the best lands


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for the money now fir sale in South Florida. as they have
only recently been put upon the market.
Improved Lands.
liOi. Orange rov.- in Pir.NAtM C(.'ONTY. at Fruitland,
tw,. and one-half 11iles from the St. Johns: 700 orange,
50) leinon tree-, all bearing, good' water protection ; house "'2
x 41o teet; barn, shed., ete 410 aere- land included, about,.
ten acres being in grove. Priie $7.51),,.
605(. The ro,)t famous grove in the State, iln M ARI,.-N
COUNTN. on Oran.-e Lake; 155 acre- all in I>-aringgrove.,
packing hou e, bars andl outhoul-e-; %ill .hii about
:30,1i.t0 boxes this year i .'S.-7. Two., railrondl run
through the grove. Price $5u ti.O.. Se.d tor fill die-
Script ion.
670. A fine scu pperuong \inevard and farm, com-
prising t160 acres of land, three miles wvert uf L:ake City,
in COLU m131A Cot'NTr; ifty acres iln cultivation; about
. eight acres iu bearing. Ecugpernong grape Vines; a few
fruit trees in bearing; good six-roorn dwelling, good barn
and excellent outhouses ; soil fertile, with clay sub-soil,
adapted to track farmini- generally. Price $5,M ) 1.
671. Coco..anut grove ,on Pine Island,. with about Ft-o
acrEs of land. Price $3.:5 i.
672. Two lots in Matlis-on, MarDis,.N COrNTY;: uone
and a half acres, splendid garden; many bearing fruit
trees; seven room dwelling, and good stable, barn and
out houses-, and tenement house in back yard; corner lot,
centrally located. Pri,-e if -old at ..nee $1,M80 cash.
617:3. About 250 acres high hammock and pine land,
aidj,,iningii Magno,lia hotel; property in Clay county; bluff
hank on St .Johns River; seven, two, and five acre orange
groves on the place; may be sold separately or together.
Price of all $15,000. A bargain.
674. Fifty-six acres high, rolling, first-class pine land
in Marion county, ten acres in grove; 700 trees, about
one-half bearing, one mile to postoffice, etc., at Sparr Sta-
tion on F. R. & N. Ry. Price $4,000,
i(.75. On: hundred and sixty acres in northwestern
Mauntee c-auity, 120 acres being high rolling pine land,
and 4-0 acr': fi-rst-'laiss hammock ; 3) a:ret.s in cultivation;
150 orange trees in grove, about half bearing; neighbor-
hood affords good fishing and hunting. Price (terms
easy') +2..500.
676. One hundred and twenty acres choice pine and
oak, one and one-half miles from No. 675, 12 a.ri-i in cul-
tivation : 250 orange trees in grove, about 50 bearing;
dwelling house, crib, etc. Price $1,200.
677. Forty acres on Alafia River, Manatee county,
high pine and oak land, good neighborhood; 100 trees in
grovey-, nearly all bearing. Price (cash) $1,500.
678. House aniil lot in Levyville, Levy county; house
2 I x32, lot containing I acre. Price $1,100.
li79. Ei.liiy acres of land one and a half miles north
of Levyville, LLVY COUNTY, on line of prpo,>,d railroad,
30 acres in cultivation and fenced; tour lig houses, dwell-
ing. kitchen, itarn.,sram ke-hoii.e, etc.: good yellow pine tim-
her; ianl" fruit trees in I,-arini ,; I, .,wers ii, abundance.
Fifty hend; of cattle. Price .$1 ,;..
"i.Dt. A twenty ai.re grove near Sanford, ORANGE
(_',UNrv. 2,:311, tri::.., 1,700 sweet, 40 Tai._erine, 150
lemon, all budded. Send for full de-cription. Pric.- $33,-
000.
681. Eighty acres high, dry lake front; 60 acres
cleared and tenced : one mile from Hampton, on F. R. &
N. Iail any, in 1 radford county; excellent for hotel site;
1;0 ,range trees 50 years old, 500 from 4 to 6 years old;
4 acres in strawberries, 6 acres in sugar cane, and other im-
provements. Price $2,500.
682. Forty acres one mile south of Starke, on railway.
16 acres in grove, 1,000 orange trees, 250 bearing, 3 acres
in .'ardven, new frame house. Price ..*,/". l; grove alone
$4,000.
683. Eighty acres good pine and oak land, 15 acres
cleared and fenced, eighty orange trees, some bearing, a
few lemon and shaddock trees, good log buildings, one half
mile from Charley Apopka River, in Manat.:e county.
Price $1,r5f111.


i64. Eighty acres iood pine and oak land. 60 orange
trees 3 years old, five acris cleared and fenced, .):od log
buildings, on Oak ('reek. in Manatee county. Price $1,500.
685-200. Eighty at.res two mile- from Ravenswood, all
varieties of soil, a beautitdl lake with finii fishing on prem-
ises, new log house, sheds, etc., excellent truck farm, good
hiun tin 1-. Price, cash, $2,000.
t;.,i-201iil. F'rty acre's n Lake Dorr, il Orange county.
14' acre- in ...ran;e trees t6 year- .dl, 12 acres 3 years .ld,
2 mile? f'ro:m Ea enwo,,od Pri:e .$3,N50.
6m7-2(t2. Fifty-two acre- land ,ine half mile from
Iaven-wou', on St. Jo,hn ; ani:i Lake Eustis Railway : 121
acre- in orangeiL tree, hnuse with 3 rooms, good well, sta-
bles.etc.. place tfeuc I. ('as.h 1.3,0s.).
i,.s-20:3. Twenty-nine acres beautiful lake front un
Lake Durr, bank 3U teet high, the lake three miles by tive.
tract adjoins the town of Kinsmet, O(range o"uunt". Price

t89-204 'Tn acres in town of Kismet, ian co .
all cleared. A sacrifice. Price $500.
6t9,-2115. Thirty-seven acres two miles from Kismet,
-ranii-.e county, 12 acres 'le-ared and fenced, balance in
timber; rgod neighborhood. Price 851,).
;12-'216.. One hundred atres in t'.) un of Ravenswood,
Orange county int.-rsected by St. Johns and Lake Eustis
Railroad, al-,:onLake ,Di-rr ; a 4-ro.oi and 2-room cottage;
depot, st>.re,. ett near. Map on appliention. A bargain.
$4,500.
692. A lot and store in Winter Haven, Polk county,
the lot 30 x 106, building 30 x 30, to-, story ; a stock of
dry goods, groceries. etc., good trade estahliwhed. Lot and
-tor,,r 8 -.1.- St,,ek at cost.
693. Lots at Satsuma, Putnam cnaty, on the J., T. &
K.W, Railway, a rapidiily grow in ng sett .-iwent, at prices tu Luit
purchasers. This is a favored spot for the gardener or
fruit grower, accessible by river and rail and celebrated
for its famous variety of oranges, fertility of its soil and
healthfulness of Incation.
6;94. One humiire-d al i Kd ti ty acre. in Hillborough
county, 4 mile- fr..ru Plant City. :3 miles fromii SetTher. two
of the flourishing cities .F Soutli FlI.'ra ; 19 orange treu-P
forty years old, 280 ten to fifteen years old, of a choice va-
riety, yielding 200,000 oranges; six-room, large frame
house, stables, etc., good water; pea rs, peaches, mul-
berries, etc., also including a five acre young grove.
One of the finest places in Hillsibor-.ugh county. Price
$13,500.
695. Ten acres at Orange Cit,. VYlu-ia comuity, near
line of J., T. & K. W. Railway, two h'.'u-u:s and barn, grove
young and healthy, 60 trees bearing this y ar, '2N*i next,
mostly budded with choice varieties, mulberry trees, ban-
anas, Japan plums, lemons, pears, grapes, etc. House and
barn new, good ni-il..rlhriod ...f about 1,000 people, hotel,
stores, library, etc. A fiie property. Full description
nailertd on application. Price 84.5t1. I.
'"i': Ten acre' cleared anl feuded at D-.bury, Marion
county : e.liu 1 x :', "feet, only tlo miiles from four. .
r:iil,,ind statioihs. A bargain. Stii)0.
6!9.7. Al,,tit 19 acres between Pittiman and Altoona,
Orange county,on rail, ay, new house and buildings, nearly
all cleared and cultivated, ?.00 orange amn many other fruit
trees. Choice place for residence, ,ardtning, etc. Price
$4.-2'l0.
698. Two corner lots in Lakeland, Polk county, anad
three-room, good house, one block from depot, highest point
in town, good well, fenced. Rents summer and winter.
Price S1,;-;.5z l .
ti'W. Eighty acres near Dade City,Hernando county,
good house 25 x 35, and outbuildings, good well of water,
two acres in nursery, about 20 acres in grove, many other
nice fruits on place, 25 acres fenced. Full de.cripti)un on
application. Price -.:,.10". Horse, wagon and implements
to be sold at r1.rier va:uatiL.iii.
700. At (Orange P'.ark, 12 miles from Jacksonville, 41
acres high pine land, fenced, cleared and broken, half in
grove, 143 trees in all, expe-ttel to bear next year, very
fine utock. l1,10u. A bargain.


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701. Pecan grove in Santa Rsu'a county. 25-mil.-s 1'roi
Pensacola, 257 acres with on,- mile fiait ,on Bla:.kwnater
Bay, 70 pecan trees in hkarini.-, utiundreis more :t.r.'itii ,,n
in a few vear-, grapes, pea rs, a prits, etc., hbla.k oil. .h
suibs,il, larpIg h.iiusi-, p.-rk-like laInd, :-:ape, beIaLitif v\i ,.tf
Iay. fish 6 ,i ,l mi -. ter al.,.,uid. Full d01s.ripti., on a|.Tili-
cation Pri,:-e $70i0.
702. Large house in St. Augustinte-, nt-ar P.nce : d1:
Leoni Hutel, lut 10io x 1-i. cisttirn, fruit tr-e-i, et, A
Ife-. IntiftI l plaice. Price $.53,.-I0.
7l. :1 T" .n iiiuidrEd and thirty an-i'es at San Malte .in
the St. Jo.liii and Halifax River Railraiad, iunsur-
paissLd tbr cutting into town lots. (Prange grove sili.pped
4011) I)oxes in 1.84. Price per acre -5*il.
71.1-1. Largv: house, abh:ut '1.1 acreS of h land, at Lawtev
on F. R. &' N. Railway. Price on applicatiiion.
705. Ten acres at Mt. Royal on St. J,.hus River, haltf

tr.iAt. rice pe'r i cr>:- ..'.'
S70.i1. Mlagnificeuit place near Palatka, on, J ,T. & K.
W. R-ilway, h.ueti, wularf, -rinve, packitig hbjii-e, many ,.it-
huildini.;. The place in a high state i.f iult;v:-tioui aini uit-
able .r truck raifiiig,dairy, fruit culture and nul,'ui b]an rIsti-
denLe, %%ill soon be- itliua ity Innits-..f a lnar. it\Y. Price


707. In Altoiona, Orai,~iI c-_utlty. t%, a.'nd a half
rcrres with 221i ,,ange trlics, a tfi-w bearing, aklo njanN
other nice fruit trce:-, :o,,,I well 8l5 teet deep, house (plan
oi, file in our otfic-ei, is ..n a gentle slope to clear lake
:ab.indIing in tii:i, l.i.i lin' rnid.-i:rn style. Altoona is a
vill: tc-e of 5110 inlal:hitaitat. .iiiri.l-:, -.houh, telegraph, ex-
pr<' -, etc. A Q:icrili(e. 3.V.,i.
707-'i. Store a.tl ]it in A ltl.ia. and stock of about
$2.51ll, diil a bu-inn-: list year of about $10,000, could be
increa-edJ t.i .2:..iiii. St-,ock :it cost and store and lot at a
reas..uable pri:-e in application. A good chance for a
young mian to start in bLiinLs.'i.
70S(. TFvenity n..res, one iLtd a quarter miles from
Fruitlannd Park, on tilhe Florida Southern Railway in Sum-
ter county. Several flourishing towns in the neighbor-
hood; all improved, flower garden, groves, etc.; elegant
six-room house, double veranda; chain iiview of pict-
uresque lake; kitchen, crib and chicken house; full de-
scription on application. Price $8,000.
709. A number of choice lots foir sale in Edgewood, a
suburb of Jacksonville, on the St. Johns River and J., T.
& K. W. Railroad.
710. About 33 acres in Kissimmee City; splendid
hotel site or for sub-division into city lots. The only large
tract now open for this purpose in the city. Price .5.0ii,.i
33-34
171. One hundred and twenty acres good pine and
hamiina k land on small island in Peace Creek, within one
aiid a halt'miles of Liverpool, and within five miles of Fort
O -gden, directly on ti- kanmeit-r chaiinul, and only one mile
S. rvn the. present teriiniin .t Pltc Fl- i.la Southern Rail-
r..a.d. Price $10 per acre. -"
172. Sw I sw l, section 24, township 3, range 28,
f.,lly ti, ti first quality high, rolling pine and black jack;
tliir acre- cleared, fenced and in orange trees; four miles
from J. & A. Railroad.
173. Eighty acres first-class reclaimed prairie land,
excellent for sugar culture; within one-quarter mile of
Lake Tohopekaliga, about six miles from Kissimmee.
Price $10 per acre.
174. Eighty icr,; good land, one and a half miles
from the Okeechobee Canal and Kinsman Cabbage Farm.
Price $2.'.I per acrt-.


17e. One hundred and ninety-evi-.htI and one-third
aeie-- highly rolling pine anli turkey IOik ; suitable fhr cul-
tivation ,.,f nil kineid ..f "eii-tiolpiial fruit and vegetabl:-es,
exi.cept thli:-. r,.itiiitli. s4alt water front, ; thii land is tra-
vel s d li ft tti-E:ean v. ith high l, -lnk., tti : la Iin riuiniiii
iut, ti.- Littl,- Altnat-ee River. The b hE .iea:p st tra t ...tf
':, "d:I latid u .,.w ,,li,:r,.l in H i ii sl...rt .ur l, ...i.inty. P ri..e S.5
iper a.i .-.
171. F i.,ity naire' ...od pin.- laud ..l.n Lake Ru sell, a
ni:-e clear lIk- ,i.lit .te- and a halt inil:t- fium Lake T,-
l (opekaliga. Prii,- it i r 'I.:lr.
177. T,_u .are ..ft laii in r.i-t..., City, three-eilghths
f; ma ile tr..-m h-l ..t.-l nidl ha ', i main riadl splenu id
Site ..fr rii.ileh :- l ,r 1t, h s l-..li\id d into City lts. Price
I? per ;t,-.
17i. Eighty "a res o.:,..d pine land., half rile 'r.in
Cai(hlo., 'ahat-hee River, arid three and a hall miles froi, the

1I78.-i. Torty acres. oac an' "Mt in in egtrn u- "r.
L.hu la on th.: Florida Stouthei n r:ailrijai in Mlanateecountv.
Pric.:-. per a,'re.
*6lP.i Flo'rty cres-, tiv miles from present terminus of
FTri ia iiiutlt rni R:iil av. t .i. pln land in district
tfat settling up. Price '250.
*5i11. Fjityv acr,:s onej mile fiomn Fl,-rming's Station
on J.., T. &- K. W n. 1-a;ilnay t... Pai.itka, fitur nile fr..ii
Mal guulia, about tell a'i,:- cl.arc ud l-ti enct gu-.d 1. ..
house and granary; tifty fruit trees, orian;-, peaches,
plums, etc. Good pine and oak land. Price only $500.
517. Part of lot 2, section 22, township 2 north, range
28 east; about fifty acres good hammock with some shell,
accessible by water transportation ; several acres of inex-
haustible muck lands. Price $10 per acre.
518. A choice section of land, six huiidred nd fjiit
acres, within one-quarter of a mile tr,.in Caloosahatchee
River, opposite Punta Rassa, about 6 miles from St. James
City ; about -to,-thiis -.ud pine trait landl, anl lialu:e
l...w, rich larind, g~ dl ftur piniiapij.ple, b:ana, -t.: A-C .hri :c
selection from a large body of land. .Price $2.50 per acre.
A bargain.
519. Eighty acres, a choice selection of fine land near
the town of Tomoka, five miles from Garfield, and close to
the line of the St. Johns and Halifax River Railroad.
Price :5 per acre.
519-b. Two hundred acres of splendid high pine and
oak land, near Peace Creek, about six miles from Wau-
chula; an early selection. Price $5 per acre, if taken by
November 15th.
.The quality of the land described under Nos. 33-34 is
well known to us and will bear closest inspection.
Also hundreds of other properties which we have not
time to list; both improved and unimproved, including
orange groves, pecan groves, cocoanut phtnitati.ius, cattle
ranges, cypress and pine and other timber lands, and all
kinds of fruit and vegetable lands, in lots from forty acres
to two millions and upwards.
We ar.- .,- ts for most of 'z- lr lar, Ga. m i,ian:,
and can make selections from their l .' Into tiil-r itv la.s of
customer and in any sized tract.
Send for our pamphlet "ONLY ONE FLORIDA" and for
any information, either general or specific, regarding
Florida real estate.
Limited time and space has obliged us to give the fore-
going descriptions in as brief and concise a form as possible.
We have of the most of the properties full descriptions
which we will show or mail on application.
Five million acres DIssroN, OKEECHOBEE, and other
corporation lands. Many bodies now on the market for the
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of payment ofn part, WHEREAS the said sum of money mentioned in... ........
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One Dollar, to..... .in hand paid by the said part-.... f the second part, at or before the ensealing and delivery
of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged,... anted, bargained, sold, aliened, remised,

released, conveyed, and confirmed, and by these presents do -----.grant, bargain, sell, alien, rcmise, release, convey,
and confirm unto the said part... f the second art, and to. .... ....... heirs and assigns forever, ALL


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appertaining, and the reversion and reversions, remainder and remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof, AND ALSO
all the estate, right, title, interest, dower, and right of dower, separate estate, property, possession, claim and demand

whatsoever, as well in law as in equity, of the said part..o .....of the first part, of, in, and to the same, and every part
and parcel thereof, with the appurtenances: TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the above granted and described premises,
unto the said part..N .....of the second part,.....-.J ...heirs and assigns, to...... .......and.......
own proper use, benefit and behoof forever. PROVIDED ALWAYS, and these presents are on this express condition,
th at if th e said .... ... . .. .... ...... . .. ................ ... h eirs,
executors, or administrators, shall well and truly pay unto the said part.. .. of the second part.... ...heirs, executors,
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together with all costs, charges and expenses.... .. .......... ........... .




.....................................which the said part.. ...of the second part may incur or be put to in collecting the same by
foreclosure ..... ht.. title ....d...... that then these presents, and the estate hereby granted, shall

cease, determine, and be absolutely null and void. AND the said part. .....of the first part, for-.a ...and
. ...heirs, executors and administrators,.. covenant and agree to pay unto the said part.~ ..of the
second part,. ....heirs, executors, administrators or assigns .... .
and all costs, charges, and expenses, ... .. ..- ........ ........ ........................
the part. \...of the second part may incur or be put to in collecting the same by foreclosure.





IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The said part.. ~of the first part...... ....ereunto set..... .hand....
and seal......the d(lay and year first above written.

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K N O A L L M EN BY T H ESE PR ESEN TS, T hat I .................................................................................... ............ ........ .....................

,w ife of th e above m ed ................................................................................... ............................................. ........................ do by these resents, m ade and

executed by m e, separate aid apart from m y said husband, and in the presence of.... .................................................. ............ ..................................

a. ................................................... ............................................................ of the State of Florida, acknowledge an declare that I did m ake m myself

a party to, and executed the foregoi M mortgage D eed, for the purpose of ..................................................... .................................... .............................

........... ................................. ........... ...................................................................... in and to the la ds in said D eed described and m ortgaged,

and that I did the same freely and voluntarily, at without any compulsion, constraint app pensionn or fear of, or from my said husband.

IN WITNESS W EREOF, 1 hereunto subscri e my name and affix my seal, this.... ...................

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TO ALL W HOM IT M AY CONCERN : it known that on this....................... .....day of ........................................................ A D. 188 .......

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the above nam ed ..................... ............... .................................................................... .... ...... to m e w ell know n as the w ife of

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did then and there ma and execute the foregoing acknowledgment, her name being with her own hand subscribe and her seal affixed in

my presence.
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to me well known as the person described in and who executed the foregoing Mortgage Deed, and acknowledged that... s....executed

the same for the purpose therein expressed, whereupon it is prayed that the same may be recorded.

IN WITNESS WHIIEREOF, I have hereunto fixed my hand and seal, this .9 .. ....day of

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FOR SALE. W. P GIFFORD CHAS. G. PEARCE.
FOR SALE.
5,000,000 Acres Disston, Okeechobee
and Railroad Lands. G IFFORD & PEARCE,
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Cityand Suburban Real Estate,Orange (Succe-.:.r_ t. W 'r F.rbe- & Co ,I
Groves, and every variety of
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Surveyed and Plotted in every
part of the State.
CAPITAL INVESTED. 3 WEST BAY ST., ABE BOCK,
Moneys, Rents, Interests, Etc., Col- .
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Appeal from Herando Circuit Court.
Fred D. Parsons,




Laura M, Garrison, mother of Isaac, m adi- a iti. ,.,r--

John: Parzor.s, November. 16th, 1886, and died in 1889, after having made her last

will and testament, bequeathing all her property to said Isaac, and appointed

Warren J. Parsons as trustee for said Isaac N. !arrison, and also appointed the

said Warren J. Parsons executor of her said last will and testament; but before

her death, te wtt ea June 1888, the said John Parsons died after having made his

last will and testament, amd appointed the said Warren J. Parsons one ef his exec-

utors, who administered upon both 'estates; and the mortgage in question must

have core into his hands as the executor of the estate of John Parsons decease,

and wvs .Wr.inistere,3 upon. The said Warren J. Parsons being adrinister of both

estates, and having wound .p the estate of Laura M. Garrison, 1tceased, the pre-

c",awtion is that said mortgage vw s satisfied, as he paid over to the legateu Isaac N.

Carrion the reuidue of said estate after payi:.i the debts, All pmartisE are dead

except Isaac N,. Garrison. The said Warren JT. Parsons died Jure 6th, 1.95, o.fter

having nr-de his last.will and testament, and appointed an executor; and after the

lapse of nearly ten years, this mortgagee seeL. to have been found umong the pai-

pers of said estate, and stale an it is, Fred D. Parsons gets the other heirs

to transfer it to :ir, end he bgings this suit 6f foreclosure against Isaac N,

Garrison oestui quo trast, and no trustee nor executor, Sometime after bring-

ing this suit, Fred D. Parsons fifda that Isaac N. Garrison had made a deed to

Virginiia Barnett, a married woman; he then makes her a party defendant without

joining her husband, or a next friend, and rroceuds with the case; he 'siAres a

decree .ro confes!no against Virgir-iia Barnett, and a final decree ;a foreclosed'

agali1L both Isaac N, GLa'riiso:. and Virginnia Barnett, and the said defendants sub-

mit? that the said proceedings and decree, were and are irregular and illegal in










2.

nearly every particular, and from the same they appeEa to this court,

the Court erred in overruling the demurrer filed HM 44h, 1896, Record pa

7 and 8, Abstract page 4. Because the executor of Laora ,. Garrison should have

been made a party and mis the trustee of Isaac N, Garrison.

Merrit, Executor vs Susan Daffin et al 24 Fla. 320 Story's
Equity pleading See, 74,
Bush ve Adams 22 Fla. 177 and 189.
Bloxhra Gov. va Executor of Hooker 19 Fla. 163.
Anderson vs Northrup 30 Fla. 612.

An executor of a sole executor, is executor of the first estate.,

Hart's executor vs Smith 17th Flr. 767
1 Lonax on executors 2 ed. 176.
1 Williams on executors 255,

hence the executors of Warren J. Persons is the executor of Jo:n. Parsons, and also

of Laura ,. Garrison, and should have been made a party to these proceedings.

And Warren J. Parsons trustee for Isaac N, Garrison under the will of

Laura N. Garrison having died testate before the trust was executed; it devolved

upon tLo o:-ecutor of his ( Warren J. Parsons) will to execute the trust imposed

by the will of Laura N. Garrison. "And they will be charged with all the duties of s

such trustees," Margarum A*nnr. vs The Christee Orange Co. 37 Fla 165,

The bill ,', proof should show that the claim was presented or it is

barred by the statute of jn.n clair. Rev. n:". 1910,

A mort- is within the statute. Bus- vs Adn-sE 22 Fla. 177,

.Therefore, Warren J. Parsons, executor, should have been made s party to the bill,

There is no evidence to show that John Parsons transferred the said

mortgage to Warren J, Parsons, but even if he did so transfer it, Warren J. Parsons

had all the estate of Laura K. Parsons in his hands, he was her executor, and

trustee for her orly heir and he administered on her estate,

See page 12 of Record. Abstract page 7,
Sanderson's Admnr. vs Sanderson 17 Fla. 820

and could h'.ave kbpt out his own debts.

From all the circumstances it is fairly tp presume that the mortgage

was sc.ti"gied, al+.h-hough not canceled, or that it was not an existing loin on her

estate at the time of her death. The Circuit Court erred in sustuirni:g the ex-

ceptions to the answer of defendant Garrison. Record pp 17 & 18. Abstract p. 9.










3.

The exceptions were defective and irregular and were not filed before the next

rule day. Rev. Stat. See. 1417,

The answer was filed April 5th, 1897. Recor. p. 17. Abst, p. 5.

The exceptions should have been filed before the rule day in May, And the Com-

plainant was allowed to file -n aeionied bill, but did not; he amended his bill

april 29th, 1897, -- Rtecord p.15, Abstract p. 8. -- and the paper purportin

to be the exceptions was not filed until July 5th, 1897, nearly three months after

the first ans-..r. -- Record p%- 18. Abst. p.9 -- 2 Dwniels Pr.m.p.877.

there was no rule *ta entered with the clerk and no notice served on the _

defendant, Re-,. Stat Sec.1417, therefore, the Court should have set aside the

exceptions,

But even if the exceptions had been regular, and in the time required, they

should have been overruled, because the answer of defendant was full and complete,

and showed a defense, showing that, if the mortgage was a subsisting claim it

was defective, and alleging that it was satisfied. The defendant had a right to

be heard on his proofs, and the complainant was bound to make good the allega-

Lions of his bill.

The second exceptions should show therein the 7niswer Is insufficient,

Story's Equity Pleadirgs Sec. 864
2 Daniel's Chancery m.,p,87 & note 1.
St.f-ford vs Bro:.. 4 .

The last reception is that Isaac N. Garrison has no interest in the land mort-

gage and can not set up a defense to it, as it does not concern him; yet there is

a final decree of foreclosure against him. We admit that Garrison was not a proper

party to the bill being cestui que trust, and he was the only party defendant,

therefore, the bill should have been dismissed for want of proper parties.

Greely vs Hendricks 23 Fla. 366.
Story's Equity Pleadings Sec. 153
Britten vs William 4 Fla.p.1l.

but the exception in on the ground that Wrrison had made a deed to the lands

That should not disqualify him from defending the cause, it was his duty to de-

fend it, on account of his warranty, especially if he considornd the -Ir'tgc

to have bee,. r.- Botter. vs Willians 4 Fla. 11,










4.


Aad Cioplainant knocks out Garrison altogether and then begins with a marled woman

without joining her husband or next friend. A married woman can not sue or be

sued without jojring her husband, she is not su Juris,.

Prentise et nK Painsley ot al b Fla., 927..29-30,

Although Rev. Stat. Sec. 2074 authorizes her to bring suits without joining

her husband, it does not authorize suit against her Rov. Stat. Soc. 2076 -

therefore, Coi lainant had no suit at all after he dismissed Garrison,

Complainant had a decree pro o..rfesso entered against V:';" B.:''- ,-

the married woman. Record pages 16 & 17, Abst p. 8, and proceeded to final decree

of foreclosure against both Garrison and BrJ-nott,

Gcr'rison having filed an amended answer. Rec page 19. Abs,9.

Complainant sets down the case for hearing on the bill an'l answer and decree pro co

fesso. Record p. 23, Abs p, 11,

When a case is set down for hearing on bill and answer, the answer is

admitted to be true so far as it is responsive to the bill.

Christy vs Birch 25 Fla.942.
Foster vs Ambler 24 Fla.5o'.
Stephen vs Orman 10 Fla.9.

If the answer is true (which is admitted) because it is responsive to bill and is s

dow. for hearing, then the decree is erroneous., And so the final decree based

up6n it and the Masters report: This last decree traisceiid tl,e power of tL.

Ch1anccltcr when he orders all persons claiming through any of the parties to give

up the premises to the purcl?.-:er, or be In contempt of C-urt. Record page 28.

Abst p.14. Const. Bill of Right SBe 14.

The Chancellor had the power to grtit decrer of for'-closure and sale of

the mortgaged property; to conform the sale and order a dedd made to the purchaser,

that is the extent of the power in this proceeding; and, even in a writ of assit-

ance, he could only order the parties put off the pre-ises.

McLain et u. vs Piaggio Bros 24 Fla. 71.

The appeal in this case is taken from a decree based upon the bill and answer by

on defendant, and a decree pro confessed against the other defendant.

Where a bill is taken pro confesso and a final decree is passed under

the Statute, an appeal lies to this Court. Freeman ve Timamus 12 Fla, 393.


I ,


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5.

There is in the record no proof whatever that this note and mortgage of Laura N.

fi. arrlson was ever oened by either Warren 1. Gwrison, or the Complainant Fred

D. Parsons, anxd these being material facts alleged in the bill, should h.ve been

fully prevem tbe t qalatnant.

Stackpole et al vs Hanrcock et FI. Jut-e Term 1i98. Sup Ct of Fla.

AJad the Appellants insist that upon each and all of the errors herein alleged

and shwon, the judgrert and decree -ppeladed from should be reversed,


ANGUS PATEP.SON, AND

T. S. COOLER & SON.
for Appellants,


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List of lands to go in deed to J. J. Kittel.


Jefferson County.


SE- of SE-t,

Si of NWk,,

Nj of NEt- & Nj of NW-4,

Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6,

Nj of Sf- and SEf of SB},

Wj of NEJ and Wj,


Sec.

8

6

12

24
12
6


T.

1 1N
1 "

4 S
4 "
2 "
4 "


R. Acres.

5 E 40.38

6 80.50

3 E 160.30
3 517.50

4 120.24

4 401.00
1,319.-92
19319.92


Madison County.


NE-k of SW-l,

E- of NW-4-,

NE-47 of INE, Wj of Sl4, W- of SWt & IEm of NW4

Sj of .NE,

N-j of N1l- & SW of NE-,


Wj of 1E-k & Wj of NW--,
SE-. of SiE,

SW1 of IWj, t
Sf9 & SE-4- of SW-f,

NWk of NEf,

Ej of SE,

NE-f of NE-k, W of 2l-k & NEj- of NWf,
Wj of NEL,

"IEf of NWos,
NW- of NE, .

SE- of lif & Wj of NE-k,

Sf- of SE-k,

NEif SE' 4


/Wj of NW-k & NW-l of SW,

EB of 3NE-, SW- of NJi, Wj of SE-k& SWf,


1 N 6 E 40.28
1 7 80.03
2 7 240.76

S" 80.22
"t 120.51

ii 159.94
I" 159.81

3 N 7 E 39.92

39.98

200.39

2 8 E 40.01

80.09

159.94

80.06

2 N 9 E 40.14

1 S 7 E 39.84
119.48

2 S 7 E 40.13
40.25

1 S 8 E 39.94


1S


9 E


" *'" ^^j0 ^:





W


^I


Madison Co., continued.


Nj,
SWt of 4Rj and Wj,


Sec.

26

32


T. R. Acres.

1 S 9 E 319.12

" 358.03
-------


Hamilton County.


2N

2 "

2 "


Nj of NE-k,

BE* of Mi4,

NWt of SW-,

SWf of SE-W,

SWi of SW-k,

NWi of Nm E & mi of NWk,

Sj of SW4,

SW4 of SE-k,

Lot No. 5,

Lot No. 2,

MB1 of SB-4,

Mi of S3, -

1N of NW4,

Wj of SEmi,

SW-4 of SE3,

NE-- of X11,

SW. of SW ,


12

13

14


n n


n nI

n "


1 I

2 "


15

15


n n

n N

1 N 16
n U


2 N

1 S
if


16

15
it


n M


B 79.88

" 35.81

" 39.96

40.00

40.89

79.81

80.00

E 40.00

" 78.05

77.90

40.00

3 41.02

80.530

E 83.52

2 39.94

39.76

40.06
956-.-90
956.90


Taylor County.


Lots 1, 5 & 6,

All unsurveyed part,

E- of SBE-,

Si,



Si
EH of NW- & NW of NW-1,


4 S 3 E 315.30

5 3 200.00

4 4 80.52

S 4 320.00

" 320.20

" 321.52-

2 S 5 E 123.98


(2)





w


SE1 of NWj,
MW) of ENW*,

All unsurveyed,
SW of 1NE*4 W of E, o

135 of NE-1,

NES- of SE-,


Wj of But, Wj of NW4, N4f of 3NW,
SWt of SMi & SWi,
All,

Ej of SE-,

s4 of 53,s


3



6


S 5 E 40.01
if 40.13

S 5 3 2,500.00
" 6 119.85

.i I 40.00

" 39.97

" 320.42


4 S


6 3
*


7 E 397.80
," 636.50

7 E 80.25
" 79.62
--- -7.7-


Lafayette County.


W- of )Wi, }NJ of SB3 & NJ of SW4,
sj of m.o,
SWJ of SB- & SF3 of SWi,

SW- of 1W-,
SE of M41- & SW4 of SW4,

NJ- of SH-k & NJ of SWf,

Wj of SW-4,

NWi of SW4},
W- of IW,

NE-4 of E&J,

SWf of SER,

SE of NWf & NE- of SW-,

Lot No. 1,

Lot No. 3,
Lot No. 1,
34 of 8-4,
SWi of NW-4,

Er of 1H-4 & Lot No. 1,

Lot No. 2,
SW4 of W-, ()


12 7 S 10 E 241.80
.8 5 11 80.00
1i f" 80.10

.4 6 8S 1 E 39.90
.5 80.20

!7 159.80

i5 9 S 12 3 79.83

.7 12" 13 40.00
!9 80.00

.0 7 S 14 E 39.72
.4 40.00
12 80.14

13 61.14
54 4.94

5 8 S 14 E. 77.C0
.8 80.35
50 40.00

51 140.52

i2 47.88

6 11 S 14 E 39.75
--17 598:09


Taylor Co., continued.
Sec.


*W.


T. R.


Acres.





eU


4.


Suwannee County.


S* of SWt,

SE4 of NEH,

NEt- of SE-,

SE of SE-,

SE-k of SF,,

SE* of SEa,

NW} of NW{-,

SWI of SW-,

Wj of SW4,

sE, of swj,


Sec.

2

24

2

4

10

14

24

28


6


T. R.

2 S 14 E


3 S 14 E


7 S

3S 8


14 E

15 E


Alachua County.


E3 of NFE, Ej of SEa- & SW- of SE,

nKE of NE-,

NWf of NWl,
Wj of SE, & NE4 of SWj,

Sj of NE4 & SW+-e-f-SWi, SCA.2 s


7 8 14 3 200.00
8 14 E 40.00

9 14 39.90
" 120.00

" i* 121.47

521.37


Levy County.


Sft of NE4 & IIE}4 of SE-,

SW4 of SE-,

SE-4 of SW4,

Wj of N3 & NW- of sE.,

E5 of NEj- & SE-,

Ni,
Nj of lB- & SES of NE4,


13 S


12 S

12 8

15 S


17 S


13


14

15
I6

*7

1


E 80.05

I 40.12

E 39.38

E 120.15

E 240.60

* 320.60
E 120.32

961.22


Washington County.


All Fractional,


(+)


7 3S 15 W


Acres.

80.44

40.05

40.00

39.98

40.06

39.94

39.88

40.02

80.00

40.00


2473,4 (9


480.37


435.51


A


- ----------






*h4 I


Washington Co., continued.


Sec.

18


All Fractional,

wj,
All,

All Fractional,

All Fractional,

All,

All Fractiona4,

All Fractional,


Calhoun County.

Cut Off Island, or unsurveyed part if

Cut Off Island, or unsurveyed part of --

NW1, 10

ES, N* of NW1, SE- of 11W & E- of SWt, 1
SW-4, 2

All, 3
HN, SE-, N j of SWf & SEf of SW-, 4

Lot No. 1, 5

Lots 1, 2, 8 and 15, 9

Ni, SE-, Nj- of SWf & SE-4 of SW, 10

All, 11

Ej, E-- of NW4, NW- of NW4- & SW4, 12

All, 13

All, 14

Nj of NEk-, SEk of NEH, NW- of IW-4,

Sj of fNWf, NW of SE-, S-w of S5- & SW4, 15

NW- of NE-f & SE- of lEj, 23

NH, S3i, Nj of SW* & SE of SW-k, 24

Ex, 25
E*, EE of NWf & Ej of SWt, 25
E*f, Ef of Nfl & ES of SWf, 36


T. R. Acres.

3 S 15 W 600.29

" 320.00

S" 639.44

3 8 16 W 105.53

" 554.00

" 639.52

" 377.90

" 335.98

4,008.17



4 S 9 W 2,975.00
5 9 6,784.00

7 S 9 W 159.60

7 S 11 W 520.45
"* 159.94

" 641.28

" 601.87

" # 40.00

" 160.32
" 602.24

" 640.24

" 601.42
" 640.88

641.60


" 521.96

* 80.26
" 600.68

" 321.40

8 S 11 W 481.20
' 481.26


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Lots 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11 & 14,

E* & SWj- of NW ,

Lot No. 4, (or SEJ of SEk)

SWVm,

Lot No. 1 & Nj of Lot No. 2,

Lot No. 4,


n County, continued...

Sea. 2-T.

1 9 S
Ifl '


14

13

23

24


i,


R. Acres.

11 W 320.00

" 36-1.50

" 40.00

" 160.56

" 91.00

" 55.73
18,6881-.


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4


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List of lands in Certificate INo.13909 issued to

The Augusta, Tallahassee and Gulf Railroad Com-

pany, March 16, 1889, which have not been pat-

ented. August 6, 1904.


--------------o-------------


3 s 15 w

7 11


Fracl. eg-

sw0 of nw and wj- of sw-t-

n-, and se-t-

sw- of sw-j

Lots 2, 6 and 7

Lots 7, 9, 10, 14

sw4 of sw-i-

sw-A of nw-4-

sw- of ne-t, ne- of nw-- and ne-t of se--

nel of net and sw-- of neo

sw-t of sw-.

s- of Lot 2


4s 1e


ne- of se-t-

n-L of ne-4 and sw- of sw7-


w 40.06

119.43


sw-- of se--

fractional ej- of ej-

s- of ne1, si- of nw-j and s-f

All

nw-t of sw



fractional wj
w- of se-1 and swvr-


nj- of se-4, ej- of sw- and sw.! of sw-1

ej- of se-., swA- of se-t and se-- of sw-i

e-L of nw-4 and nw-. of nw-'

w of ne-o-

swt- of nw1-L

n-f of nwt- and swt- of sw-t-

n- of nw4-4


I n 5 e

3 6

4 s 3 e

1 n

1 5


3 n

2






U

"


6 e

7
IF



If

It

11

'I

"


/,
64*11
Jr


ft II

II

I, II

N II

Ii II


218.21

120.11

479.82

40.13

120.oo

160.32

40.16

40.10

120.52

80.26

40.04

32.20


321.oo


39.78

73.62

480.70

639.28

40.37


136.50

241.13

200.55

160.56

120.64

80.06

39.98

120.42

79.97


41 Jr.





t ;, 1 .",


A.T.8&. G.

eI' of nw

w of net and e- of nw-

se-

ne-, e* of nw* and net of sw-

e- of

sw-r of ne}

nw-i. of ne{- and sw- of sw

set of se-

e- of net and ne-I of se-t

nwi of net- and ej of set-

e-I of nw




swj- of sw-

e-oc se-*

sw:- of nw-, swi of set and sw-I

nwj of net

se-- of set-

e-L of sw

ne- of nw--

se- of nw- and swiof ne-t

ne-t of se-I-

sw- of nw-, and swi- of sw-

ne of nw

Lot numbered 5

nw-- of swi

sw- of sw

sw-. of set-

se of nw* and sw- of swi

nwv-- of nw~

w* of lot 1

Lot 2


(2)


22

23

25

36

33

1

36

9

21

24

27
/4


4

5

7

18

22

24

25

12

24

7

26

23

14

17

19

25

28

3

11


ne-- of sw-, and swi of sw-

sw-- of set and set- of sw -

ne- of nw4

nwv- of se- and se- of nw-f


2 n
It

3
It

3

2

i-s

I.

1
n

2W


2

It
n


7
It

7



8

9

7



9
ti

/0


n 12







13


n

13



14
Ii

16

s 15
It


ti I


23

25

33

5


e 79.90

159.94

160.0oo

280.55

319.87

40.72

e 79.72

40.31

120.69

120.10

80.12




e 39.93

80.60

238.87

39.98

40.17

80.31

40.oo

71.59

37.93

79.91

39.91

42.10

e .40.07

39.74

40.20

80.oo

39.98

69.70

80.oo



80.61

79.68

40.oo

79.57


,....





W


W- of sel,

Swj of sw-J,


(3)


4 s

5


Lot 4,

All,

Sej of nei, w-j of ne4, se- and wj,

Ej of se,

S-k of se- and .s* of sw-J,

NJ of net, ne of nwi, s- of nwi,

IT- of swi and se4 of swi,

Si,
NJ of sei and wj of swj,

S-,

2
eX of se4-

net of nel, swl of se-I and se! of sw,-

nwi- of ne-., sw-. of nw}- and n-- of sw}-

n-L of ne, ne-- of nw-i and ne- of sw-.-

e- of ne-, se-of nw., and ne- of sw-

n- of ne- and net of nw-j-

ne-.- of sw-

sw.| of ne- and nw-4. of sw-4

sw- of sw-

ne- of ne

s

e- of se-, nw-I of se- and sw-1-

se- of sw -

ne-I of nw(-, wi- of nw-. and s-j of sw-

se-- and e-i of sw-i-

$11
All

All

Lots 1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11

se- of net, sw- of nw and ne- of se}-

swi- of ne-, nwv of sel

nwv of ne-.

n- of nec-, sJ- of se-L and w-L of


29

13

14

15

17

18

20

21

22

23

24

23

30

5

/

6

22

25

26

20

2

1'5

24

25

35

22

34

6


7 e

7


80.16

40.00


153.58

645.04

604.00

79.85

161.20


8 10 320.58

5 11 320.75

" 160.00

" 320.37

" 319.50

" 80.oo

" 120.10

" 160.19

" 160.13
" 160.19

" 120.38

6 11 39.85

" 84.40

7 11 40.30

10 11 40.15

5 12 319.50
" 279.24

" 39.96

" 200 .16

5 13 240.oo

6 13 640.oo
" 992.oo

" 992.oo

8 13 590.53
" 119.82

7 14 80.14
" 39.40

8 14 481.56


t -,-,I





4'X #


(4)

All 7 8 14 642.16

ni, wi of seT and swi 18 n 562.45

ej of sw4 19 80.42

nw4 of nw 30 40.oo

ne of nwi and nw. of nwj 6 11 14 79.40


sej of nw4 22 4 11 40.oo

nwA of nei, ne4 of seA, w- of se and wA 10 4 12 483.oo

sa of sw- 22 "2 14 79.59

swi of se- and se of swi 24 80.09

ej of nei 36 80.oo

se4 of ne 8 3 14 39.99

sw of se 34 3 39.96

nw of sej and ei of swi 1 7 14 120.oo

swA of se 2 40.oo

nw of sej and sejof swi 18 2 15 80.06

se of nw-i, nw of se and nei of swi- 6 3 15 120.oo

ne- of nw- 8 40.02

nej of nei and se- of swj 28 80.09

ne of swi 30 40.11

se1 of ne 30 40.11



All 1 8 14 640.96

ei of nw- 9 80.00

wi- of 11 321.56

nwv-of swA 29 9 14 40.08

nj of se- and lot INo.l 31 159.75

swA of sw-i- 13 7 15 40.19

ne^ of nej 29 8 15 40.oo

se- of ne-k 33 9 15 41.30



nwi and s-a 2 11 14 474.30

All 3 631.68

All 10 638.62

All 12 640,oo

All 14 638.72

All 22 639.20






I A* -(


w* of nwi and sw-3-

swi of se

set of se

net of ne-

wj of nwi and sej of nw-k

nei of nwj-

sw4- of se-t

n- of ne-., nj of nw-I w- of se- and swi

swi of se.-

ne* of ne, .sj of nej ahd sej

swi of nej-


Total Acres


(5)


32 11

2 12

9 "t


u 15

n nI

12 15
n I!


240.oo

39.24

40.oo

40.oo

120.00

39.92

40.05

391.83

43.72

301.93

40.10


_ I


tift *.'l


^ ,34. z





t' sk


.,* U


List of lands in Certificates Nos.13775 to 13780

inclusive, issued to the Florida Southern Railway

Company, which have been patented to the State

and not deeded. August 6, 1904.

--------------o0-------------


Lot 1

sw- of swv

sw-, of nw-|-

e1 of ne-

neo of swj

Unsurveyed sj

ei of nw-, w- of se-

se- of nw-, ej of se- and sw4 of se-o

n- of nw, ni of se

n- of ne-

se{

s-of ne-I and se-

wi of ne}/ w- of se-, se-,of se-I and sw-

e* of sw

eV- of nw-

ej of ne

si

w-of ne, nw- and n j of sw|


2 n 16 e 52.17

1 17 40.20

3 s 15 e 39.98

4 16 80.22

" 37.75

4 19 320.33

26 25 159.29

31 30 160.59

" "a 162.65

" '" 80.24

" 160.05

" 240.37

32 30 362.90

41 25 80.oo

" 80.oo0

" 80.oo

" 320.oo

15 25 320.00oo


Total Acres


I .. ; . ..,~,.-........ . ....


I


2776.74






'. *


List of lands in Certificates Nos.13775 to 13780

inclusive issued to The Florida Southern Railway

Company, which have been patented to the State

and deeded to private parties, August 6, 1904.

-----------o-------------


e- of nej-4

swI of ne-4

sw of sw -

se of nw nw of set, ne4 of sw}-

se of nw--

nw

sw

ne- of swi


S.
18 3

18 "

2 8

28 9

14 10

21 1

30 30
1I nA


T o ta 1 Acres


E.
17
15

15

15

15

18

27

in


82.27

41.14

39.96

119.70

40.37

160.oo0

138.oo

39.76

661.20


I


I






1*iXMi:


Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf R. R. Co., unpatented State


selections in Certificate No. 135,901, DeSoto

See.
ER. of NEq, 2
EB of NBE, 34
All, 32
NE{, 34
Ni of 3lE, SWV of .NE, BE of NW',
3B of SWV- and SEB, 4

SEB, 11
HBW of Wf4, W. of loEt, VE4 of NW+,
Wj of NWo, NW of S3S and NWJ of SW-, 12
NW and 1E1 of SB>, 13

E, 14
Wj. and Wj. of SET, 18
Wj of IWf and SE* of NW*, 22
NE and HfEj of SWj, 23

BE of MEE, NW), Ej. of SWi, IT-W of SWi & SEm, 24
NE* of MEM and INW of NEE, 25
Wj of 1E3, 1fE of NW- and SW*, 26
SE* of RE*, W* of IEj, SBa of SE- & Wj, 28
VW of MW1, 30
EB, Ej of NWOT NWn of NWk and Ej of SWJ, 32
Wj of Lots 1 and 2 of NE*, NWn & NW- of SW, 5
WV of Lot 1 of IZ*, Lot 1 of NW, )
W of Lot 2 of NW1 SW of SE, ) 6
HN of Lot 1 of SWI and Lot 2 of SWf)
W of NE, SE;, N* of Lot 1 of NWJ,
Lot 2 of WJ and Nj of Lot 2 of SW, 7
SWi, 8
S*, 9
E* and SW, 10

Wj of 1E, W* of SEj and Wi, 11
WI of E- and NW-, 14

ME EI of SE4, NWJ of SEI and 1W, 15


County, Feby. 15, 1889.


Tp.
40
38

42
38


R.
21
23
23
24


35 26
* *


Acres.
80.00
80.00
640.00
160.00


436.73
160.00


" 320.00
" 200.00
"* 160.00
"* *" 397.67

" 120.00
" 200.00
" 520.00
S "* 80.00
" "f 280.00
" 480.00
" n 76.47
" 520.00
53 27 279.58


" 347.75


3" 430.39
" 160.00
" n 320.00
" i 480.00
n 480.00
" U 240.00
" 600.00


I I


r










17 33 27


Nei, Lot 1 of nw-, and swi, 18
Sw, 19
Se-k of nei, wj of nel, nwi and se, 20

Ej, e4 of nwm, swi of nwj and s- of swi, 21
Ej of nef, sel and wj, 22
Wj of nw see and w- of swi, 23
E. and ej of nw, 26
Wj of nwi, 27
1Ne, 28
W of nel and w*, 30

E} of nej, e4 of nwi, ne* of se and nej of swi, 31
Wj of sej and seo of swi, 4
Si of nej, ni of sei, e* of swi and sw4 of swi, 22
Nw and ni of swm, 26

N- of nej, 12
Wj, 14
Sw*, 2
INT, sej and ne- of sw, 4
All, 10

Wj of ,/( nw- and nj of swv, 12
Nwi, 14
Wj of nei, NTj of se4 and wj, 18
Ej of nej and sa, 28
Wj of ne-, 30
All, 32

All, 54
All, 4
1TJ of nei, sw of se4 and nwj, 6
Ei, 20
Ej of sw, 22
Seo, 26
E* of ne*, and ea of se0, 28
Sj, 32

All, 536
All, 2
Nj, sei and ea of sw-, 4


" 417.36

" 174.16
" 440.00
* 520.00

" 560.00

" 320.00
" 400.00
" 80.00

" 160.00
* "* 423.28

" 240.00

34 28 120.00
278.72

240.69

55 28 80/22
319.80

42 28 160.00
503.00
640.00
160.00

160.00
478.24
400.00

79.96
640.00
640.00

33 29 634.62
279.87

320.82
-f 79.97

"n 160.08

160.06
320.00

"* 639.20

35 29 637.28
"t 573.96


t .-.A


Sei,


160.00











6 35 29 160.00


All,

Wi,
W- of net, nwj and wj- of sw-,],

Nei,

All,

Nj and ej of se-,

wis
All,

All,

All,

Ej and Ej of sw4,

W- of nek, se, and wj,

All,

E* and Nwj,

Ej, nwi and ne4 of swl,

S* of se- and Wj,

Wj of nwi, si of sel and sw*/

All,
All,

Nj of ne, nj of nwm, seo and sj of swa,

NJ of nel and ej of sae,

All,

Wj- of nel and w-,

All,

All,

Ni, set and nj of swi,

Ej, Ej of SW* and sw- of swi,
All,

E- of nei,
Wj of nei, w- of sek and wj,


New and sj,

Si,
Se,

EZ, EX of nwi, ej of swi, & Lots 1, 2 and 3,

3X E,


10

12

18

24

26

28

30

34

2

4

6

8

10

12

14

18

20

22 "
24

26

28

30




36

2

4

6

8
18

30

10

12

32

30

2


"* 639.24

" 320.00
.f 3207;00

" 160.10

" 639.40

" 400.00

" 320.00

" 640.24

39 29 641.60
"* 640.64

" 395.54

" "* 560.00

" 640.00

" 480.00
"f 520.00

"' 398.00

" *' 320.00

" 640.00
i" 640.00

"f 400.00

" 160.00
" *" 635.72

" 400.00

" 640.00

" 640.00

40 29 559.28
"f 440.00

"' 635.64

"* 80.00

480.00
"* 160.00

35 30 480.00

5320.00
if 160.00

36 30 612.25
37 30 320.00


3 .-. A


Se-,


I I





W


1 -
-4 A


V
U' ~


All,

Ej and E- of sw;,

All,

EA,
All,

E- and E* of NW-,

Ej, e- of nwi, swi of nwi and nej of swl,

S of nei and se*,
Al'.-,E ''' SI J./ 'v- JYS I -
Nj,

N*, se6, nj of sw4 and swv of sw,,

Nw* of nei, nwj and wi of swi,

All unsurveyed part,









sw,


Nei, ej of nwj, e of se and nwj of set,

Nw* and wj of sw,

Ej of nek and Ej- of set,

Wj of nw,

All,

Ej,

Nj of nel and nwi,

Nei and s-,

All unsurveyed part,


Total, in De Soto County,


6

14

28

2

4

14

20

26

36

4

10

20

24

26

28

30

32

8

18

20

30

32

12

20

28

34


2

)



37 30 639.95

" 400.00

" 640.00

38 30 320.00

" 642.00

" 400.00

* 480.00

" 240.00

" 320.00

39 30 602.00

S *" 280.00

42 30 170.00

t 120.00

I 240.00

" 620.00

a" 410.00

" "* 40.00

33 31 160.28
" 360.00

" 241.00

* 160.00
* 80.11

35 31 640.00

" 320.00

" 240.00

" 480.00

36 32 60.00

37 33 320.00

" 84.00

S 48.00

180.00
-----------


19,140.20


.* .I # . .. 0


0.. .. .






it


Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf R. R. Co., unpatented State
selections in Certificate No. 13,901, Manatee CoUnty, Feby. 15, 1889.

mm2 em memmm emm.


eSse of nwt and sj of set,

3wt of nej and sj of nwj,
Nj of nwt,

NJ of ne ,
Wj of nwt and'set of nw-j,
Set of set, W* of sej and set of sw-,

Ej of net and swl of net,

Nj of set and net of sw4,

Nwt of net, net of nwj and wj of nwj,

Net of swt and Wj of sw4V
Net of nw-4,
E- of nwt and net of swi,

Nj of set,
Net of sw-k,
NJ of set,
Sj of swt,

Set of net and set,

Net of nwt, wj of nw4 and wj of swi,
NJ of nej, sw4 of net, ei of set and sw4 of set
Net of nwt, nwj of nw and set of sw.4,
Net of net, nw. of sej and set of sej,

Net of net,

Swt of nwt,

W- of sw ,

Wj of net, ej of nfw and set,
Ej of net and nw- of net,
W- of nwj, set of nw- and wj of set,
Ej of so and nwt of swf,
Set of net, w4 of net, net of nw- & nw of set,
E-- of net,

Nw-4 and nw of sw-j,

Lots 1, 2 and 3,


See

3
4

5
6

12

13
24

29
30

31
32

35

36
3
5
25
35

36

19
20

25

30

2

6

6
7


8

17

20
21

13


. T

2


" 320.40
" 200.14
" 80.00

" 200.50

40 20 193.46


I ,


.' I


'p. R. Acres.

3 20 122.19

" 121.98
" 81.93
" "* 82.18

"n 120.17
" 160.20i

" 119.88

4 20 120.28
* 159.97

" 121.63
" 40.03

" 120.07
" 80.00
5 20 40.40
* 80.58

" 80.10

" 200.20

" 200.12
6 20 239.85

" 120.00
" 119.64
"* 39.97

7 20 40.55-

8 20 81.88

.9 20 319.60
" 119.62





W,


Ej of ne*, 1
Sw-k, 4
Se* of see, 5
iNei of net, 8
W* of nwj and sw- of swl, 12
E- of se*, 20

Swj of swk, 21
Ses of nei, swi of nwj and sej of see, 32
Swi of ne*, 2
Nei and nj- of sel, 11
Si of nef and sei, 14
Wj of ne-, ej of nwj and nwi of- se*, 23
Sel of nei, nwi of see and nj of swi, 26

Sw- of ne-, see of nwj, nwl of see & ne of swv, 27
BE of eje, swl of nej and se-, 33

Nei of nwv, 34
Swi of nw-, 3
Lot 4, Nei of sej and swi.of see, 4
Lots 1 and 2 and n* of swi, 5
Nw of nej, ne* of nw-, sw of nw & swi of sw-, 9
Nj of nwI and swj of nwt, 17
NJ of nel and sw- .of ne-, 19

Nei of see, 22
Sel of see and Wj of sw, 23

sw of swl, 24

Sw of see, 26

Sej of osw-, 29
Se, of sej, 31
NE of nw- and swj, 32

Sej, w- of nwj, see of nwi and swj, 7
1Nw- of nei, se-k of see, wj of see, ek of nwi,
1Tw, of nw- and sw of swj, 8
S-j of se-, 15
Nw-j, swi of see, see of swj aad nwi of sw, 18

Swj of sw 19
Nei of nel, 22
EB of nwj, 30

Nwi, 14

Ne- of nei, wj- of nej and sej of sw-, 15


33 21 81.55
" *" 161.18

" 40.55
" "t 39.99

" 120.03
* *" 80.05

" "* 40.05

" 119.88

34 21 40.22
" 240.42
*" 240.78

200.50
"* 160.00

160.04
280.00
"t 40.02

35 21 40.00
f 151.67
224.34
161.40
119.63
120.23

39.97

119.92
40.09

40.19
"t 39.74

40.13
"t 240.00

36 21 444.37


319.34
"t 77.90
281.59

40.10
40.00
79.90

39 21 160.00
"t 160.00


1, 4- t










Ej of nwj,

SW of sow,

Se* of se-,


Total, in Manatee County,


22 39 21 80.00-

28 40.00

29 40.00

9,315.18









List of lands in Certifieates Numbered 13,775, 13,776,

13,777, 13,778, 13779 and 13,780, issued to Florida Southern Railway

Company, not patented to the State5 August 6th 1904.


Columbia County.
Columbia County.


El of ne4 and ne4 of se-,
Ej of nei,

Nw of se4 and se of sw4,

Nw2 of nej and sei of nej,

Wj of swi,

Sej of nw4,

NW4 of sw4 and se4 of sw-,

Swi of Swi,

Se. of ne,

Lot 1,

Rw4 of se-,

Ne-, Nej of nw- and ne- of swi,

Se of sei,

N- of nwj,

Nei of nei,


Sec.

10

24

28

36

2

4

10

22

24

27

2'

12

8

6

4


Tp. R. Acres.

1 16 120.00

" 80.18

1 17 161.00

2 S 15 E 7-qq

3 15 80.22

" 39.98
"f 79.92

" 40.11

" 40.05

6 15 54.00

4 16 40.11

" 226.50

2 17 40.19

3 17 80.69

4 17 40.04


Bradford County.--


--------------------


Se4 and E-- of swi,
W-I of nwi, nei of swi, and WI of swi,

All,

Nle-, Nj of se-- and sw- of se-4-,


33

3

13

25


4 S

5


if


iS E


240.00

200.59

634.10

284.71


Alachua County.
-----------------------


Lot 2,

Nej of nw4,

YTe4 and Wj,

All,

Nw-f of nei,


7 S 14 E 72.10

" 40.00

8 14 481.14
" 641.44

7 15 39.50







If: it.


Polk County.


Se4 of sej,


SwI,
E- of ne, nw- of nej, e- of seo, swj of se- &

Lot 1,

NIT of nw-, swj of nwi, nw- of sej and sw-,

Ne-, si- of nwj, s.-i of se-4 and swi,

Si of ne- and se-/

Nj of ne-,


20

6

18

sw-,30

2
10

22

21S

34


6 25 39.82

10 27 136.50

9 29 160.77

" 599.98

0 29 66.00

1 30 361.33

" "1 479.95

" 240.72

" 80.06


De Soto County.
-----------------


Nw- and w* of sw-,


252.13
5 41 25 32S19V


Ej, 6
Ei, 7

Wj of nw and sw-, 8

Ni, 17
WT of ne-, nw- and 0, 21

Sw-, 23

Sw, 28

Si, 29

All, 32

All, 33

Se-, 34

Si, 35

Si, 36




Se-, 6

Se-, 12

W^ of, -, nd ^ ,-,S, 24

All except Se* of se-, 28


Si,.
All except e4 of ne- and ne- of se4,


" "* 332.17
n" 320.00

I" 240.00
" 320.00

" 560.00
i" 160.00

" 160.00

" 320.00
"* 640.00

" 640.00

" 160.00

" 320.00
n" 320.00

42 25


" 160.00

n n 160.00

" 480.00

" 600.00

" 321.00

" 520.00






# f *


A* A


All of sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,

9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,

15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,

22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28,

29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36,

NT, NJ of se4 and sj of sw,

Si of net, s- of nwj and sj,

N-j of ne, nw4, sj- of se4 and w- of sw-i,



Ni,
Ej and nw*,

All,

Si,
All,

Se,

Nwi,

All,

All,


.0 26 22,400.00

,0 28 482.00

" 480.00

" 410.32

" 320.00

" "* 320.00

" 480.00
" 640.00

" 321.19
" 640.00

" 160.00
" 160.00

" 640.00

" 641.00


Marion County
Marion County


26

28

34

36


Se,

S-i of sej and se of swi,

All,

All,

All,

E-, E- of nwj and Sj of swi,

All,

All,



Lots 3, 5, 6, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15,

All,

All,

All,

All,

All,

Net, E* of se- and wi,


11


1


2


It
II
a


It



a


a
n


24 160.28

120.38

649.20

641.92

24 638.00
478.56

638.40
640.00

" 639.04

360.00

641.00

640.00

641.92
I f 638.15

640.64

563.29






*9'. *


l I


A':^ 2-
Lots 1 and 13, 4

El and ne* of nw, 10

All, 12

All, 14

All, 24

All, 26

Nw of se4, e- of sw- and sw4 of sw, 30

Sw of nw-, 32
'r .' .!-- :'L 3 4
All, 36

Ej and Ej of swi, 1

NJ of ne, 2

Nwi, 6

EJ, se* of nwj and swi, 12

All, 14

Nwi, 20

W-j of nw-, ej of sw- and nwv of swi, 22

NJ of Lots 1 and 2, Lot 3, S- of Lot 4, Sw4 of swi,

Sw of ne, s- of nwj, ne of sw- and w- of sw-,10
Nei of ne, Sj- of nwj, sj of se} and ne, of sw-J,12

Sw} of sel and nw of sw, 14

E- of swj and nw- of sw-, 18

,. E of nel, sw of nw, wj- of swj and se- of swi,20

Se of seo and sw- of nwj, 24

Sei of swj, ne- of se and sa of seo, 30

Wj- of se1 and wi, 6

All, 30

Wj of nw-i, sej of nw, sw- of se- and sw4, 32

Sw of ne-, wj of se, seo of se and wj, 35

All, 6

All, 30

All, 31
Lots 1 and 2 and sa, 1
S- of se and sj of swi, 3

All, 5

All, 6

All of sections 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 18,
19, 20, 21,


13 24 80.00
i" 358.92

"i 640.80

" 642.72

" 641.04

" 644.80

" 159.80

" 40.06
" 640.00

14 24 400.15
" 80.06

" 159.50

" 520.19

" "* 641.44

" 160.08

" 200.60

15 24 219.68
240.18
239.12
In 79.97

120.42

239.97

80,00
159196

12 25 401.30
"* 646.83

323.08

484.27

13 25 642.28

644.32
643.52

14 25 497.08
160.37
667.90

670.52


" 7,040.00


I


m






, B' .


(5)


w- of sw-A

sj

sj of net, se of nwk, w- of nw-- and sj

All

All Sections 27, 28, 29, 3o, 31,52,33,34,35

ALixswoxx2, SX3EXoSXXX

All

All

ef, sej of nw-}, ej of swv- and swj of sw-:

All

All

All

All

All

All (Except Lots 2 and 4)

nej of ne-, lots 1 and Z and sj of sw-

All (except lots 1, 2, 5 & 6)

All

All

All

All

All

All (except lot 2)

All

Lots 4 and 5

Lots 32, 3 and 4

All

All

All

All

All

All

All

e*

All

All

All


22

23

25

26





3

4

?7

8

9

10

14

15

17

18

20

21

22

23

24

27

28

29

31

32

34

35

36

1

2

3

4

9

10

11"

12


I


4 25 80.oo

" 320.oo

I 520.oo

" 640.oo

" 5760.00
I


15 25
n f

if If





nif n


n n
it n


I H
if i


a *

n n


n n


I 1H
n n

n n



n if


n n

n In

in n

It


640.35

641.19

480.30

640.59

642.48

640.48

640.35

639.83

475.92

321.14

300.22

638.24

640.o2

640.63

551.72

642.40

509.50

217.76

132.75

197.05

642.16

642.48

551.54

551.91

641.oo

639.87

642.40

320.97

638.36

636.87

550.70


I I


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All 14

All 15

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All 22

All 23

All 24

All 25

All 26

All 27

All 28

ne- of se-, ej of sw4- and nw of sw- 32

All 34

ne-4, ne- of se-i, wi of sej and w- 35

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All 2

All 3

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ne- 8

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nej- of ne1 17

n. of nw.- 22

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543.26

545.26

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635.84

600.58

656.80

659.40

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320.oo

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80.13

40.13

39.99

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459.25

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18

19

20

22

26

29

30

31

32

34

36

2

4

6

7

8

10

12

14

18

20

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690.50

643.08

320.54

690.50

691.30

639.44

481.68

321.76

638.90

689.60

608.50

641.84

641.44

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645.45

651.0o6

686.80

684.40

642.32

638.72

314.40

482.70

682.10

120.49

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sef of nw-k 28 2 8 39.98
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se-w of ne-k 27 "* 39.96
se-k of ne4 and nw-v of set- 28 1 15 80.00

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se o of se-, sw- of set, ej of swv- 14 5 11 160.oo
ne- and net- of se-I 19 199.14
nw-A- of ne-, s-- of nw-1 nw-, n- of se-j, se-A of
1 of f I n
se-, n- of sw-i and sw-J. of sw- 20o 520.41

e- of ne-, swt- of ne-4, n-j of vw-k, n-j of
se-, se- of se- and sw-k of sw-t- and se- of nw- 21 400.47

s4 of ne-, nwt- of nw-I, sj of nw-k, se--, nwt
of sw-t and sj of sw=- 22 480.37
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of swi and se- of sw4 23 480.56
sjof net-, nwj of nw-, sj of nw- and sj 24 521.62

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nwj- of ne-t and nw-t of nw-t- 22 80.20
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n-g of sw-k 26 79.90

s- of nw-, 30 84.40

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23

29

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15 39.83

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Silver Springs, Ocala and Gulf R. R. Co., unpatented State

selections in Certificate No. 13,901, in Citrus and Hernando Coun-

ties, Feby. 15, 1889, revised to August 6th 1904.


Citrus County.


Lots 2, 3, 4 and 6,

Lots 1, 3, 4 and 5,

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3

4

8

9

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15

14

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21

22

23

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35

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" 89.77

" 37.44

" 251.10

" 441.63

" 558.02

" 434.79

" 234.55

" 189.38

" 391.82

" f 498.65

" 521.21

" 528.74

" 550.13

" 358.55

" 36.60

" 250.00

" 319.44


Hernando County.


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23 17


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(1I) List of lands to go in
-..- Decd to Kittel:
-"' k /..COUI.ITY ACRES.
j. S Te J Ze-F fonS 011..3 19.92
S'adison 2, 999.34
d- -::- Hamilton 956.90
.. Taylo 5,976.07
... L.-.f ette 2,073.46
..-- -- -i' / achua 521.37
';'. .. -, .7 Levy 961.22
-.Washiton 4,008.17
S--'-. Calhoan 1.,648 .19
Total 3_ T500 .64
Si-2T -ist of lands in certificate
/-' "'.. No. 13909-Talla. .* Gulf Railroad
S'/L-' Coi-upiy 1889 - -- 26,443.07
z(3) List of lands in certificates
.': .. n -ulered 13775 to 13780, Fla. Sou.
whicn Lhave not been --atented and
not deed d - - 2776.74
-. (4) List of lands in certificates
,-t l &u nuMtbered 13775 13780, Fla. Sou.
I ( patented and deeded to private
"2" 7 parties - - -- 661.21
"- (5). List of lands in certificates <
N o. 139)01, rDeSoto Co. 1839 to S.S.0.
-"<- and G., not patented 19,140.20
(6) Selections in certificate Ho.
13901 i[anat.e 'ount', 1339 to S.S.O.
^.. and G. not ,-atented - 9,315.18
.(7) List of lands in certificates
To. 13775 17:30 issued to Fla Sou.
-. iot patend, in the counties of
.-: Colu. .Lia., Braidford, Alachua, Polk,
.' Decto ind IMarion 127,33.26.
( .) Li zt of i:nds in certificate
'. 13909, TalG.. ". Gulf, which
... -',. '... ,: has been patented and deeded to
p' rivate parties - 5,963
'(9) List of lands in certificates
dlo. 13909 to S....*. -.G.not patented.
,in Citruns and ILrnando countiess$ "
1839 - - - - 6,689.65*


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In the Supreme Court,

/'/ ;#MMO## ### State of Florida.
Isaac N. Garrison and #

Virginria Barnett #

vs
# Appeal from Hernando Circuit Court.
Fred D, Parsons.




Laura M. Garrison, mother of Isaac, made a mortgage to

John Parsons, November. 16th, 1886, and died in 1889, after having made her last

will and testament, bequeathing all her property to said Isaac, and appointed

Warren J. Parsons as trustee for said Isaac N. $arrison, and also appointed the

said Warren J. Parsons executor of her said last will and testament; but before

her death, to-wit: in June 1888, the said John Parsons died after having made his

last will and testament, and appointed the said Warren J. Parsons one of his exea-

utors, who administered upon both estates; and the mortgage in question must

have come into his hands as the executor of the estate of John Parsons deceased,

and waw administered upon. The said Warren J. Parsons being administer of both

estates, and having wound up the estate of Laura M. Garrison, deceased, the pre-

sumption la that said mortgage was satisfied, as he paid over to the legatee Isaac N.

Garrison the residue of said estate after paying the debts. All parties are dead

except Isaac N. Garrison. The said Warren J. Parsons died June 6th, 1895, after

having made his last will and testament, and appointed an executor; and after the

lapse of nearly ten years, this mortgage seems to have been found among the pa.

pers of said estate, and stale as it is, Fred D. Parsons gets the other heirs

to transfer it to him, and he bgings this suit 6f foreclosure against Isaac N.

Garrison cestui qug trust, and no trustee nor executor, Sometime after bring-

ing this suit, Fred D. Parsons finds that Isaac N. Garrison had made a deed to

Virginnia Barnett, a married woman; he then makes her a party defendant without

joining her husband, or a next friend, and proceeds with the case; he obtained a

decree pro confess against Virginnia Barnett, and a final decree of foreclosure

against both Isaac N. Garrison and Virginnia Barnett, and the said defendants sub-

mit, that the said proceedings and decree, were and are irregular and illegal in


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nearly every particular, and from the same they appeal to this court.

The Court erred in overruling the demurrer filed May 4th, 1896, Record pa.

7 and 8. Abstract page 4, Because the executor of Laura M. Garrison should have

been made a party and also the trustee of Isaac N. Garrison.

Merrit, Executor vs Susan Daffin et al 24 Fla. 320 Story's
Equity pleading Sea, 74,
Bush vs Adams 22 Fla. 177 and 189,
Bloxham Gov. va Executor of Hooker 19 Fla. 163.
Anderson vs Northrup 30 Fla. 612,

An executor of a sole executor, is executor of the first estate.,,

Hartts executor vs Smith 17th F1a. 267
1 Lonax on executors 2 ed, 176.
1 Williams on executors 255.

hence the executors of Warren J. Parsons is the executor of John Parsons, and also

of Laura M. Garrison, and should have been made a party to these proceedings,

And Warren J. Parsons trustee for Isaac N,. Garrison under the will of

Laura N. Garrison having died testate before the trust was executed; it devolved

upon the executor of his ( Warren J. Parsons) will to execute the trust imposed

by the will of Laura N. Garrison. "And they will be charged with all the duties of s:

such trustees," Margarum Admnr. va The Christee Orange Co. 37 Fla 165.

The bill of proof should show that the claim was presented or it is

barred by the statute of non claim Rev. Stat, 1910,

A mortgage is within the statute. Bush vs Adams 22 Fla. 177,

Therefore, Warren J. Parsons, executor, should have been made a party to the bill.

There is no evidence to show that John Parsons transferred the said

mortgage to Warren J. Parsons, but even if he did so transfer it, Warren J. Parsons i

had all the estate of Laura MII, Parsons in his hands, he was her executor, and

trustee for her only heir and he administered on her estate.

Se page 12 of Record. Abstract page 7.
Sanderson's Adnr. va Sanderson 17 Fla. 820

and could have kept out his own debts.

From all the circumstances it is fairly tp presume that the mortgage

as satisfied, although not canceled, or that it was not an existing loin on her

estate at the time of her death. The Circuit Court erred in sustaining the ex-

ceptions to the answer of defendant Garrison. Record pp 17 & 18. Abstract p. 9.


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3.

The exceptions were defective and irregular and were not filed before the next

rule day. Rev. Stat. Sec. 1417,

The answer was filed April 5th, 1897. Record p, 17. Abst. p. 5.

The exceptions should have been filed before the rule day in Lay. And the Com-

plainant was allowed to file an amended bill, but did not; he amended his bill

April 29th, 1897, -- Record p.15, Abstract p. 8. -- and the papers purporting

to be the exceptions was not filed until July 5th, 1897, nearly three months after

the first answer. -- Record page 18. Abet. p.9 -- 2 Daniels Pr,m,p,877,

there was no rule iam entered with the clerk and no notice served on the

defendant. Rev, Stat Sec,1417, therefore, the Court should have set aside the

exceptions,

But even if the exceptions had been regular, and in the time required, they

should have been overruled, because the answer of defendant was full and complete,

and showed a defense, showing that, if the mortgage was a subsisting claim it

was defective, and alleging that it was satisfied. The defendant had a right to

be heard on his proofs, and the complainant was bound to make good the allega-

Lions of his bill.

The second exceptions should show therein the answer Is insufficient.

Story's Equity Pleadings Sec. 864
2 Dnniel's C sneory m.p.878 & note 1.
Stafford vs Brown 4 page dd.

The last exception is that Isaac NI. Garrison has no Interest in the land mort-

gage and can not set up a defense to it, as it does not concern him; yet there is

a final decree of foreclosure against him. We admit that .arrison was not a proper

party to the bill being ceatui ig trust, and he was the only party defendant ,

therefore, the bill should have been dismissed for want o- proper parties.

Greely va Hendricks 23 Fla. 366.
Story's Equity Pleadings Sec. 153
Britten va William 4 Fla.p.ll,

but the exception in on the around that Garrison had made a deed to the landt

That should not disqualify him from defending the cause, it was his duty to de-

fend it, on account of his warranty, especially if he considered the mortgage

to have been paid. Betten vs Williams 4 Fla, 11.


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And Complainant knocks out arrisun altogether and then begins with a married woanM

without joining her husbmad or next friend, A "marrieJ woman can not sue or be

sued without jojriliig her husband, she is not .g iri.

Prentiss et wu Paineley at al 25 "'7. 927-32-30,.

Although Rev. Stat. Sea, 2074 authorizes her to bring suits without joining

her husband, it does not authorize suit nEaint her Rev. Stat, Sec. 2076 -

therefore, Complainant had no suit at all after he dismissed Garrison,

Complainant had a decree pro confess entered against Virginia Barnett,

the marrried woman. Record pages 16 & 17, Abet p. 8, and proceoded to final decree

of foreclosure against both Garrison and Barnett,

Garrison having filed an amended anlswr, Roc page 19, Abs,9.

Complainant sets down the case for hearing on the bill and answer and decree pro co

fesso. recordd p. 23, Abs p. 11,

When a case is set down for hearing on bill an.d Lvauwer, tj e an-wer is

admitted to be true so far as it is respoxiive to the 1ill.

Cnrist; va 3irch 25 Fla.)42.
Fostor vs Ambler 24 Fla,.o9,
Stepnen va Ormain 10 W1'.9,

If the answer is trua (dhich to admitted) because it is res-on~ivo to bill and is as

do-a for hearing, then tthe decree is arronious. And so the final decree based

uptn it and the Masters report: This last decree transcends the i.ower of the

Chancellor when be orders all persons clalrli:g through ay of the parties to give

up the promises to the purohaer, or be in conteipt of C(.urt, Record page 28.

Abst p.14. Conat. Bill of iiiht Sou 14.

The Chancellor had the -;ower to j.'-tiat I.ocoe of forcolosure a nd %ale of

the mortgaged property; to confox~.'i thl sale aLd orler a ..ed l.'i to to t. nurohaser,

that is the extent of the puoar in th.i proceeding; dii, evo; in a writ of -issit-

ance, bh could only urduer th.e pa'rioz put off the prwii.sa,.
chLain at ux vs X'iulo BroJ 324 FT',. 71.

The appeal in this otwe is taken front a decree bameI upon the bill and answer by

on defendaint, aid a dec'joa pro confo-jo tgaiAnst the ot'ier defond.31It.

Where a bill is taken pro confesso and a final decree is passed under

the Statute, an appeal lies to this Court, Freean vs Timamus 12 Fla. 393.











There is in the record no proof whatever that this note and mortgage of Laura U.

M. Garrison was ever owned by either Warren J. Garrison, or the Complainant Fred

D. Parsons, and these being material facts alleged in the bill, should have been

fully proven by the Complainant.

Stackpole et al vs Hancock et al. June Term 1898. Sup Ct of Fla.

And the Appellants in1sit that upon each and all of the errors herein alleged

and shwon, the judgment ond decree nppeladed from should be reversed.


ANGUS PAT1d30I1, AND

T. S. CuOGLMF! & SUN.
for Appellants.































































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LIST OF WARRANTS APPROVED BY THF BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ON INDIAN

WAR CLAIMS.


.1131.

1138.

1366.

1365.

1367.

1352.

1360.

1160.

1162.

1156.
1053.


948.

1164.

11235.

1122.

941.

1344.

1161.

1118.

1350.

1386.

1152.

1154.

1153.

984. C

115.B

996.W.

1045.


TO WHOM GIVEN. DATE OF ISSUE. Amount, Approval. Remarks

W. J. Baker.,- May,l1861. 210.12. July, 24/1860k

John.F.Baker. May,l/1861. 184.00 July,24/890.. y

Calvin.H.Mason. May,24/1861. 184.22. "

Eziquel.J.Giddings," 184.22.

James.A.McKeoan. 184.22.

J. Thomas. 114.37. "

John.A.Geiger. 114.37. "

Jessee Giddings. May,1/861. 184.22 "

G.P.Yelverton. " 184.22

John.F.Carter. " 184.22 "
J.A.Geiger. " 78.75 "

EJ.Giddeon. " 51.70 jo
Hampton Kersey. " 70.06 "
i" 184.22. i

Perry.G.Wall. " 70.535. "

David.H.Wall. " 70.55. 174Sac
43.58. "

Lovi.S.Whitehurst. 24 185.73 "

James.B.Wilson. May,1/1861. 184.22. July,25/1890.

John.A.Sutton. " 70.35. "

William.J.Hart. May,24/1861, 211.47. "
" 62.58. 3. -

Francis.R.Nicks. May,1/1861. 184.22. "

James.R.Nicks " 184.22. "

William.R.Nicks. 184.22. "

.B.ONeal.Adm" " 49.35. "

Senj.R.Nicks. 184.22. "a

.D.ONeal. " 31.50. Julv.25/1890.\


William.D.Oneal


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1390/ William.j. Ganetson, 24


73.68. "

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NO. TO WHOM GIVEN.


OA F ftSSIIE: 6Pt AOubt APPRoAt.- REMkARKS.


925.E.J.Knight.


May,1/1861.


25.00 July,25/1890/


919. Robert.H.Hill. "" 30.37. "

1348. James.A.Allen. May,24/1861. 185.73. "

.SS, S ael.N.opo 145.79. "



1392. David.A.Hope. May,29/1861. 145.79. "
924. Levi.S.Whitehurst.May,1/1861. 25.67. "

921. Richard.M.Craem. " 28.35.

1120. Franois.E.Saxon. " 70.35. "

1152. Jackson.L.Anders. " 210.12.
946. Edward.C.MoGevehy. " 60.68.

1113. Richard.R.Crums. 115.41

1110.W.W.Wall. " 185.73. 6 U
922. Morris Giddens. " 30.37.
42 *. James .a.e.r. - 25.67. "

940. John.A.Sutton. " 43.58. "

947. Samuel.E.Hope. " 44.63. "
1347.Wt.M.Long. May,24/1861.185.73. "

1147. David.A.Allen. May,1/1861. 184.22. N "
1146. James.S.Fountain. " 184.22. "

1107. Horace.H.Hale. " 185.73. U
1159. Charles Diddings. " 184.22. "


Jc&eA ;* Jdr,-_


1396.William.W.Wall

1096.John Bassett.

916.Thomas.J.Hall.


May,24/1861. 43.58.

May,1/1861. 139.22.

May,1/1861. 16.10.


Received of W.D.Bloxham, Ex Comptroller, the

bed, and said Warrants have been turned over

under the Act of 1895, Chapter 4428, Laws of
Wm. H.


The above is a correct list

of the Warrants approved and filed

by the Commissien, July,26"1890.
Qeo,W,Walker,


Warrants herein descri

to the State Treasurer

Florida.

Reynolds,
Comptroller.


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