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Bank for Savings in the City of New York.-67 Bleecker Street. Chartered in 1819. Open daily from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. for general business, and from 4 to 6 P. M. for receiving and paying moneys. $8,990,840. Dividends payable third Monday in January and July. Najah Taylor, President. Jas. F. De Peyster, Treasurer. J. De Peyster Ogden, Secretary. Bloomingdale Savings' Bank.-1085 Broadway.
Open daily from 1 to 4 P. M. Interest payable third Monday in January and July. John Waite, Secretary.
Enoch T. Winter, President.
Bowery Savings' Bank.-130 Bowery.
Incorporated May 1, 1854. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. Assets, $7,206,563. Dividends payable third Monday in January and July. James Mills, President. G. H. Coggeshall, Secretary. Broadway Savings' Institution.-Broadway, corner of Park Place. Incorporated in 1851. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Monday evening from 5 to 7 P. M. Assets, $689,919. ary and July.
Francis P. Shoals, President.
Dividends in Janu
W. B. Worrall, Secretary.
Peter Cumming, Accountant.
Dry Dock Savings Bank.-619 Fourth Street, near Avenue C.
James L. Stewart, Secretary.
East River Savings' Bank.-3 Chambers Street. Incorporated April 11, 1848. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. Assets, $662,589. Dividends payable the third Monday in January and July. Interest paid, 6 per cent. annually. Peter H. Titus, President.
Charles A. Whiting, Secretary.
Emigrant Industrial Savings
Bank.-51 Chambers Street.
Incorporated April 10, 1850. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M. Assets, $1,409,530. Dividends in January and July. Joseph Stuart, President.
John Manning, Comptroller.
Greenwich Saving Bank.-78 Sixth Avenue. Incorporated in 1833. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M., and from 5 to 7 P. M. Assets, $3,466,349. Wm. Mandeville, President.
Clinton Gilbert, Treasurer.
Institution for the Savings of Merchants' Clerks.-516 Broadway. Incorporated April 12, 1848. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M., and on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evenings from 5 to 7 P. M. $1,202,287. Dividends payable third Monday in January and July. Moses H. Grinnell, President. Andrew Warner, Secretary
Irving Savings' Bank.-96 Warren Street. Organized in 1851. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M., and from 4 to 7 P. M. on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Assets, $6812,363. Moses D. Van Pelt, President.
V. L. Buxton, Secretary.
John Thompson, Treasurer.
Manhattan Savings' Institution.-644 Broadway.
Organized 1851. Open daily from 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Dividends, January and July. Assets, $1,456,137.
Edwin J. Brown, President.
A. A. Alvord, Secretary.
Mariners' Savings' Institution.-3d Avenue, corner of 9th Street.
Organized 1852. Open daily from 9 A. M. to and Saturday afternoons from 5 to 7 o'clock. payable in January and July. Thomas B. Stillman, President.
2 P. M.. and on Wednesday Assets, $325,530. Interest
Isaac T. Smith, Secretary.
Mechanics' and Traders' Savings' Institution.-482 Grand Street. Organized 1852. Interest payable in January and July.
Alfred T. Conklin, President.
Rose Hill Savings' Bank.-81 Eighth Avenue.
Organized 1855. Open daily. Interest payable January, April, July, and October. Assets, $35,306. H. Loof borrow, Secretary.
Wm. H. Platt, President.
Seamen's Bank for Savings.-No. 78 Wall Street.
William Nelson, Secretary.
Sixpenny Savings' Bank.-Clinton Hall, Astor Place. Open from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Interest payable February and August. Assets, $85,922. J. S. Sloan, Secretary.
Elijah F. Purdy, President.
Brooklyn Savings' Bank.-Fulton, corner Concord Street. Incorporated in 1827. Assets, $2,334,117. Dividends, January and
Hosea Webster, President.
John A. Latimer, Accountant.
South Brooklyn Savings' Institution.-170 Atlantic, corner Clinton Street. Open daily. Assets, $353,639.
Ira Smith, President.
Ezra Lewis, Secretary. Williamsburgh Savings' Bank.—Corner Fourth and South Third streets,
Open daily. Assets, $787,537.
Wm. Wall, President.
S. W. Truslow, Secretary.
Albany Savings' Bank.-40 State Street, Albany. Incorporated March 24, 1820. Open daily at the Commercial Bank. Assets, $969,333 80. Dividends, third Wednesday in January and July. G. Y. Lansing, President. V. Ten Eyck, Treasurer. Albany City Savings' Institution.-47 State Street, Incorporated March 29, 1850. Open daily at the Albany City Bank. Assets, $161,078. Interest payable in January and July. Erastus Corning, President.
Henry H. Martin, Treasurer. Albany Exchange Savings Bank.-450 Broadway. Incorporated April 18, 1856. Open daily. Interest paid in April and October.
James McNaughton, President.
Joseph M. Lovett, Treasurer.
Dime Savings Bank.-51 State Street, Albany.
John Winne, President.
Wm. White, Treasurer.
Mechanics' and Farmers' Savings Bank.-Broadway, corner Exchange
Open daily from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
Thomas Olcott, Treasurer.
Sixpenny Savings' Bank.-State, corner James Street, Albany. Incorporated April 17, 1854. Open daily. Dividends in January and
Charles P. Wood, Treasurer.
Incorporated March 4th, 1849. Open daily. Assets, $36,275.
Buffalo Savings' Bank.
Incorporated May, 1846. Open daily. Assets, $935,929 52.
Erie County Savings' Bank.-Buffalo.
Western Savings' Bank.-Buffalo.
Chartered July, 1851. Assets, $71,290.
H. Thompson, President.
Central Savings' Bank.-13 First Street, Troy.
Incorporated in April, 1857. Open daily, at the Central Bank.
J. B. Kellogg, Accountant.
Commercial Savings' Bank of Troy.
Mutual Savings' Bank.-Troy.
State Savings' Bank of Troy.
Open every day for the transaction of business, except Sundays and holidays, at 10 o'clock A. M. Interest, 5 per cent. Alfred Wotkyns, President.
Willard Gay, Treasurer and Secretary.
Troy Savings' Bank.-10 First Street.
Established in 1823. Open daily, from 10 A. M. to 2 P. M., and from 3 to 5 P. M. Assets, $543,947. Interest allowed, 5 per cent.
Jared S. Weed, President. Charles B. Russell, Secretary and Accountant. Elmira Savings' Bank.—Elmira, Chemung County, N. Y. President.
Fishkill Savings' Institution.-Fishkill, Dutchess County, N. Y.
Poughkeepsie Savings Bank.-Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, N. Y. Assets, $214,695.
Hudson City Savings' Institution.-Hudson, Columbia County, N. Y. Assets, $35,083.
Newburgh Savings Bank.-Newburgh, Orange County, N. Y. Assets, $29,889.
Monroe County Savings' Institution.-Rochester. Incorporated in 1850. Open daily. Assets, $163,508. William N. Sage, President.
Rochester Savings Bank.
Jonathan E. Pierpont, Sec. and Treas.
Edward Whalin, Secretary. Geo. S. Harris, Treasurer.
Incorporated in 1821. Open daily. Assets, $1,102,650.
Brockport Savings' Bank.-Brockport, Monroe County, N. Y.
Central City Savings' Bank.-Utica. Incorporated in Jan., 1851. Open daily. Assets, $42,863.
O. B. Matteson, President.
T. O. Grannis, Treasurer.
Savings Bank of Utica.
Open daily. Assets, $287,483.
Thomas Walker, President.
Stalham Williams, Sec. and Treas.
Rome Savings' Bank.-Rome, Oneida County, N. Y.
Onondaga County Savings' Bank.-Syracuse.
Daniel P. Wood, Secretary.
S. H. Slossin, Treasurer.
Incorporated in 1849. Open daily. Assets, $150,605.
James Lynch, Vice-President.
T. A. Thayer, Secretary and Treasurer.
Ulster County Savings' Institution.—Kingston.
Sing-Sing Savings' Bank.-Sing-Sing, Westchester County, N. Y Assets, $22,366.
Yonkers Saving Bank.-Yonkers, Westchester County, N. Y. Assets, $33,890.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES
IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-51 Wall, corner William Street. Chartered in April, 1842; to continue 30 years. Capital, about $2,000,000. Dividends, 1st Tuesday in February. Insure marine and inland transportation risks. Profits wholly divided with the insured.
John D. Jones, President.
W. H. H. Moore, 2d Vice-President.
Charles Dennis, 1st Vice-President.
COMMERCIAL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-57 and 59 William Street. Organized in May, 1852; to continue 20 years. Assets, $719,000. Dividends in August. Insure marine and inland transportation risks. Profits wholly divided with the insured.
Daniel Drake Smith, President.
A. B. Holmes, Vice-President.
Henry D. King, Secretary.
COLUMBIAN (MARINE) INSURANCE COMPANY.-46 Exchange Place. Chartered August, 1857; to continue 20 years. Capital, $500,000, with privilege to increase to $3,000,000. Shares, 100 dollars each. Dividends, May and November. Profits divided with the policy holders. Thomas Lord, President.
B. C. Morris, Vice-President.
Pierre C. Kane, Secretary.
GREAT WESTERN (MARINE) INSURANCE COMPANY.-33 Pine Street. Chartered July, 1855; for 30 years. Capital, $1,000,000, with privilege to increase to $5,000,000. Shares, 100 dollars each. Dividends, January and July. Profits divided with the policy holders. Richard Lathers, President. James F. Cox, 2d Vice-President.
John A. Parker, 1st Vice-President.
MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-35 Wall Street. Chartered April, 1842; to continue 30 years. Assets, $900,000. sure marine and inland transportation risks. Profits divided with the insured in part.
Ellwood Walter, President.
Charles Newcomb, Vice-President.
C. I. Deshard, Secretary.
NEW YORK MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-61 William Street. Chartered April, 1842; to continue 30 years. Assets, $1,000,000. Dividends in August. Insure marine and inland transportation risks. Profits wholly divided with the insured.
T. B. Satterthwaite, President.
John H. Lyell, Vice-President.
W. P. Hansford, Secretary.
OCEAN (MARINE) INSURANCE COMPANY.-16 Wall Street. Incorporated May 27, 1853. Capital, $300,000. Shares, 100 dollars each. Insure marine, inland navigation and fire risks. Elisha Bloomer, President.
Charles W. Ogden, Vice-President. William A. Ellery, Secretary.
ORIENT MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-2 and 4 Merchants' Exchange. Chartered in January, 1854; to continue 30 years. Assets, $1,250,000. Insure marine and inland transportation risks.
Leopold Bierwirth, President.
Alfred Ogden, Vice-President.
Charles Irving, Secretary.