J. Fount Tillman (1854 – March, 1899) was the eighth Register of the Treasury, and served during the second term of President Grover Cleveland. As Register of the Treasury, Tillman's signature appeared on US currency issued between July 1, 1893 and December 2, 1897.
Prior to working for the Treasury, Tillman served one term in the Tennessee State Legislature. He also served as the Secretary of the National Farmers' Alliance. Tillman became the Register of the Treasury after working for the 1892 electoral campaign of Grover Cleveland. After retiring from public service, Tillman entered private business and conducted dealings in New York City and Washington, DC. He died at the age of 45 in Palmetto, Tennessee.