Organized 1869. under the Genera. Banking Law of this State Capital, $50,000, Surplus, $100,000. Total Assets, $520,000, Business Men, Guardian,, Trustees, Ladies and other persons will find this Back a Safe and Convenient Place at which to make Deposita and do Businss ' of irNnTERfST IS ALLOWED ON " SAVINGS DEPOSITS of 81CO and upwards, according to the rules of the bank, and interest compounded semi-annually. Money to Loan n Sums of $25 to $5,000. SECÜRED BY DMBOTWBUB REAL ESTÁTE AND OTHF.R GOOD SKCÜRITIE.. ' DIRECTORS .-Ohristian Mack, W. W. Wines, W. D Harriman William Deuble, Dvid Rinsey, Daniel Hiscock, W. . Smith andÍZ' OFFICERS:-Chriatian Maolr. President; W. D. Harriman, Vioe President ; C. E. Hiseocb, Cashier. t Report of the Condition of the Ann Arbor Savings Bank At Ann Arbor, Michigan, at the close of business, May 4, 1S&1. Loans and Discounts ' g 431 33 71 LIABILITIES. Jtocks, bpnrts. mongaKes, etc „_„.. 24ÍB16 :■! Capital Stock . %nnn m Overdrafts ,0Ma ._,,., Surplus Fund 10o"ooO 00 iiimiture and flxiure [ JN j üudivided Proflts 'Sq o? Current expeuses and taxes paid 23 15 IMvidends unpaid "'.'."'.'.'.'."'."'.'.'.! 356 00 CASH. DEPOIT DtaL banks in reserve j SI0U4„ „, , Commercial deposits ! gi"69 786 82 Check and cash items 229 80 Nickels and peuules 34153 J82",567 27 Oold coin .'. I6,i 1 State of Michigan, Coi-nty or Washtenaw, 88. UUTand Nal Ban-knöV: J$Z S-137.056 06 BaKíSlSW? SSa.-L - ,-tti geüefmruB-to toBygeste CORRECT-Attest:. fHRisTiAX Mack, L. Griner, Wsr. D. Harriman, Dlrectors. Subscribed and swcrn to before me. this 9th day of May, 1891. MICHAEL J. FR1TZ. Notary Public. A special feature of this Bank is its NICKEL SAVINGS STAMP SYSTEM, designad eepeoially for the Saving of small sums. Stamps c in be obtained of any of the Bank Agents, and in sums of One Dollar can be deposited, and a book will be issued; therefore, " Who would derive an ever-present friend Must to this maxim quick response extend; As Nickel Stamps to dollars quickly grow, The surest secret of the way doth show."