Organized ISO'J, under the General Banking Law of thia State. CAPITAL, $50,000; SURPLUS, $100,000; TOTAL ASSETS, $66 1,186. Business Men, Guardians, Trustees, Ladies and other persons wilt find tbis Bank a SAFE 4.ND CONVENIENT Place at which to make Deposita and do Businss. INTEREST IS ALLOWED ON ALL SAVINGS DEPOSITS of $1.OO and upwarde, acocrding to the rules of the bank, and interest compnunded semi-annually. Money to Loan ín Sums of $25 to $5,000. SECT1BED BY t'NINCUMBEEED KEAL ESTÁTE AND OTHER GOOD SECX'EITIB DIRECTORS : - Christian Mack, W. W. "Wines, W. ■■. Harriman, William Deuble, David Rinsey, Daniel Hiscock and W. B. Smith. OFFICERS: - Christian Mack, President; W. W. Tines, VicePresident ; O. E. Hiecock, Cashier. Report of the Condition of the Ann Arbor Savings Bank A.T JÜTT AUBOE., 3yLICHIC3-A.1T, JTTIiTr 12. XS89. RESOUKCES. LIABILITIES Loansand Diseounts S 309,, 3o 11 Capital Stock Í 60.000 00 Stocks, bonds and mortgages 214,876 75 Surplus Fund 1O9'9S? 9" an 262 67 Cndlvided Proflts 3,8'J6 55 Overdrafts 262 67 D1vi(lends unpaid 76O 00 Due from banks In reserve cities 68,927 01 Commercial deposita 141,45185 Bills in transit 5,483 72 Ssvings deposite 353,772 63 _ A n-.„ i m iis Due t banks and bankers 87S 05 Furnlture and fixtures 1,930 85 tcrUfi(.atcg Of depoeit 10,427 58 Current expenses and taxes paid 20 75 Checks and cash items 1-18 71 $661,186 16 „. r. . .„„„,„ 1nl u Idesolemnlyawearthattheabovestatementli Nickelsandpennies 101 59 toUje best of my knowledge and belief. Gold ■ 15'000 CHAS. K. HISCOCK, Cashier. SUvr - 93000 Sworn to and subscribed before me, thlsl8thday U. S. and National BZZï. üOtes 1S.769 00 ofjuly, 1889. L. GRUNER, Notarv Public Cohkict- Attest: Christian Mack, W. B. f 661,186 16 smith, W. D. Harriman, Directora.