REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF At Ann Arbor, Michigan, at the close of business, December 13, 1895. RESOURCES. LIAB1LITLES. Loansand Diecounts, ff? Capital stock pald in - i 50,800 00 Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages, etc. 485.012 8S surplus fund,. 150,000 00 Overdrafts.. f, íi ïï ündivided profitslesscurrent espenBanking house. - km? 39 ees. interest and tases paid 20,613 20 Furmture Fixtures .- -,?'? o? Divïdends unpaid, 217 00 Other Iteal Estáte - Io,i8d U CASH. DEPOSFTS. Due f rom banks in reserve cities ... 11S,5O6 18 Duefrom other banks and baukers.. 100 (iO Commercial deposite, subject to Cheoks and cash items - _gj check--- ÁHÚ tö Due from Washtenaw County o.á-34 2i Savinm? depopits -- IWl.iS M Nickels and pennies ,SSE Savinss certifloatei. of deposit, 9b.4.'4 16 Gold ooiu - 29,073 50 Due to banks and bankers l.Wl 79 Silver coin,. - - 2.6 0 00 : U. S. and National Bank Notes, - 'la " ïl.167,748 3Ï tl,16T,712 9Ï STATE OF MICHIGAN, I g8 Subacribed and sorn to before me, th,s lfth day jentaj Notary puWic. Corkect Attest: ChrisUan Mack, W. D. Harriman, L. Gruner, Directora. TrT.xaot a reneral banking business; buys and sells exchanges ou New ,„ „p?„ Lc wttS'tS 4th the'Uuruice of Ui. most liberal dealmg CoOhas. E Hiscock, Cashier M. J. Fritz Aas't-Cashier.