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SAVINGS BANKS. 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. Assets, $8,990,810. 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. Enoch T. Winter, President.
John Waite, Secretary. 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 Sayings' Institution.-Broadway, corner of- Park Place. Incorporated in 1851. Open daily from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Every Monday evening from 5 to 7 P. M. Assets, $689,919. Dividends in January and July. Francis P. Shoals, President.
· W. B. Worrall, Secretary. Peter Cumming, Accountant. Dry Dock Savings Bank.–619 Fourth Street, near Avenue C. Open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, from 5 to 7 P.M. Assets. $972,136. Interest payable January and July. Andrew Mills, President.
James L. Stewart, Secretary. East River Savings' Bank.-3 Chambers Street. Incorporated April 11, 1818. 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. As. sets, $1,409,530. Dividends in January and July. Joseph Stuart, President.
John Manning, Comptroller. Greenwich Saring · 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. Assets, $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, $612,363. Moses D. Van Pelt, President.
V. L. Buxton, Secretary. John Thompson, Treasurer.
Ranhattan 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. MarinersSavings' Institution.—31 Avenue, corner of 9th Street. Organized 1852. Open daily from 9 A. M. to 2 P. M.. and on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons froin 5 to 7 o'clock. Assets, $325,530. Interest payable in January and July. Thomas B. Stillman, President.
Isaac T. Smith, Secretary. Mechanics' and 'l raders' Savings' Institution.-482 Grand Street. Organized 1852. Interest payable in January and July. Assets, $319,605. 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. Wm. H. Platt, President.
H. Loof borrow, Secretary. Seamen's Bank for Sayings.–No. 78 Wall Street. Chartered in 1829. Open daily from 10 A. M. until 2 P. M. Interest payable in January and July. Assets, $7,229,455, Peletiah Perit, President.
William Nelson, Secretary. Joseph W. Alsop, Treasurer.
Ebenezer Platt, Cashier. Sixpenny Sayings' Bank.-Clinton Hall, Astor Place. Open from 9 A. M. to 8 P. M. Interest payable February and August. Assets, $85,922. Elijah F. Purdy, President.
J. S. Sloan, Secretary. Breoklyn Savings' Barko-Fulton, corner Concord Street. Incorporated in 1827. Assets, $2,334,117. Dividends, January and July. Hosea Webster, President.
John A. Latimer, Accountant. South Brooklyn Sayings' Institution.–170 Atlantic, corner Clinton Street.
Open daily. Assets, $353,639.
Ezra Lewis, Secretary. Williamsburgh Savings' Bank.-Corner Fourth and South Third streets,
S. W. Truslow, Secretary.
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
Thomas Olcott, Treasurer.
H. G. Gilbert, Treasurer. Cohoes Sayings' Bank.-Cohoes, Albany Co. Assets, $23,948.
Auburn Savings' Institation. Incorporated March 4th, 1819. Open daily. Assets, $36,275. Charles B. Perry, President.
Charles P. Wood, Treasurer.
Buffalo Savings Bank.
H. Howard, Secretary.
Cyrus P. Lee, Secretary 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. L. Van Schoonhoven, President. J. B. Kellogg, Accountant.
Commercial Savings Bank of Troy.
Mutual Sayings' 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 3.1 to 5 P. M.
Assets, $543,947. Interest allowed, 5.) per cent.
President. 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 Sayings' Institution.-Rochester, Incorporated in 1850. Open daily. Assets, $163,508. William N. Sage, President. Jonathan E. Pierpont, Sec. and Treas.
Rochester Savings Bank. Incorporated in 1821. Open daily. Assets, $1,102,650. John Haywood, President.
Elward Whalin, Secretary. Geo. S. Harris, Treasurer. Brockport Savings Bank.–Brockport, Monroe County, N. Y. Assets, $
Niagara County Savings' Bank.-Lockport. Assets, $
Schenectady Savings Bank.–Schenectady Assets, $220,000.
Central City Savings Bank.--Utica. Incorporated in Jan., 1851. Open daily. Assets, $42,863. 0. B. Matteson, President.
T. 0. Grannis, Treasurer. Savings' Bank of Utica. Open daily. Assets, $287,483. Thomas Walker, President.
Stalham Williams, Sec. and Treas. Rome Sayings' Bank.-Rome, Oneida County, N. Y. Assets, $24,889.
Onondaga County Savings Bank.-Syracuse.
Daniel P. Wood, Secretary.
Syracuse Savings' Institution. Incorporated in 1849. Open daily. Assets, $150,605. Harvey Baldwin, President.
James Lynch, Vice-President. T. A. Thayer, Secretary and Treasurer.
Ulster County Savings' Institution.—Kingston. Assets, $55,854.
President. Sing-Sing Sayings' Bank.-Sing-Sing, Westchester County, N. Y Assets, $22,366.
Westchester County Savings' Bank.–Tarrytown.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANIES
IN THE CITY OF NEW YORK. ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-51 Wall, corner William Street.
Chartered in April, 1812; 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.
Charles Dennis, 1st Vice-President. W. H. H. Moore, 2d Vice-President.
Wm. T. Jones, Secretary. COMMERCIAL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.—57 and 59 William Street.
Organized in May, 1852 ; to continue 20 years. Assets, $719,000. Dividen is 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 30 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, 18.55; 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. John A. Parker, 1st Vice-President. James F. Cox, 2d Vice-President. Douglass Robinson, Secretary.
MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY.-35 Wall Street. Chartered April, 1842; to continue 30 years. Assets, $900,000. Insure 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.