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    Bank of Lawrence

    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 103]

    /1921

    year. C. H. WILMERDING The Equitable Trust Company of New York announces the appointment of C. H. Wilmerding as an assistant manager of the Chicago office of the company. NATIONAL CITY COMPANY' BOOKLET The latest booklet issued by the National City Company of New York on “The Giant Energy” contains interesting data on pub- lic utilities in general, and the light and power business in particular. Bank of Lawrence IN NEW BUILDING The Bank of Lawrence, Lawrence, L. I., opened for business June 6 in its new home, an individual bank building which has been erected on a new site recently purchased by the bank. The Bank of Lawrence was originated in the year 1903 and has grown very rapidly, due principally to the great amount of sea- sonal business which accompanies the in- flux of summer residents of Lawrence,


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 22]

    /1868

    National Bank of Lansingbnrgh The National Park Bank of New York. N. Y. Lansingbnrgh . The National Exchange Bank of Lansing- The National Park Bank of New York, bnrgh. Ind .. Laporte The First National Bank of Laporte The Importers and Traders' National Bflnk of New York. Ill ... La Salle The First National Bank of La Salle The First National Bank of Chicago. Mass . Lawrence The Bay State Nat’l Bank of Lawrence.. The Tremont National Bank of Boston. Moss. Lawrence The Nat’l Pemberton Bank of Lawrence. The National Bank of Redemption of Boston and The National Park Bonk of New York. Kan.. Lawrence The National Bank of Lawrence The Third National Bank of New York. Ind . . Lawrencebnrgh The First Nat’l Bank of Lawrencebnrgh. . The Merchants’ Nat’l Bank of Cincinnati. lod . . Lawrencebnrgh The Lawrencebnrgh


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 103]

    /1921

    year. C. H. WILMERDING The Equitable Trust Company of New York announces the appointment of C. H. Wilmerding as an assistant manager of the Chicago office of the company. NATIONAL CITY COMPANY' BOOKLET The latest booklet issued by the National City Company of New York on “The Giant Energy” contains interesting data on pub- lic utilities in general, and the light and power business in particular. Bank of Lawrence IN NEW BUILDING The Bank of Lawrence, Lawrence, L. I., opened for business June 6 in its new home, an individual bank building which has been erected on a new site recently purchased by the bank. The Bank of Lawrence was originated in the year 1903 and has grown very rapidly, due principally to the great amount of sea- sonal business which accompanies the in- flux of summer residents of Lawrence,


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 19]

    /1865

    Baxter ; Cashier, Joseph R. Hull. This is the first banking institution established at this place. Hyannis is nn important seaport of Barnstable township, on Hyannis Bay, nt the terminus of the Cop Cod Rail-Road, six miles south of Barn- stable, and seventy miles southeast of Boston. A breakwater constructed at the mouth of the harbor protects it from the sea. Lawrence . — The National Pemberton Bank of Lawrence, (No. 1,048.) Essex County, w*as organized in April, with a capital of $100,000, limited to $300,000. President, Levi Sprague ; Cnsbier, William H. Jaquith; both of the late Pembevton Bank, which had a capital of $100,000. Their New-York correspondent is the National Park Bank. Lawrence. — The Bav State National Bank of Lawrence, (No. 1.014,) Essex County, was organized in April, with a capital o


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 19]

    /1865

    miles southwest from Harrisburg, and 11 miles from Hagerstown, and five miles from the Maryland State line. Meadville . — The National Bank of Crawford County (No. 1,124) was organized in May, at Meadville, Crawford County, with a capital of $300,000, limited to $5t 0.000. President, Joshua Douglass; Cashier, Samuel P. Officer; both of the—* late Bank of Crawford County. Netecadle. — The National Bank of Lawrence County, at Newcastle, Pa., (No. 1,156,) was organized in May, with a capital of $150,000, limited to $500,000. President, Robert Crawford; Cashier, Cyrus Clarke; both of the late Bank of Lawrence County. Morristown . — The Montgomery National Bank of Morristown, (No. 1.148,) Mont- gomery County, was organized in May, with a capital of $400,000. President., A. B. Long aker ; Cashier, William H. Sl


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 32]

    /1878

    I 878 .J CHANGES OF PRESIDENT AND CASHIER. Name of Bank. , First National Bank, Augusta. . First National Bank, Bangor... Union Nat’l Bank, Brunswick. . Dexter Savings Bank, Dexter. . . Sandy River N. B., Farmington. Union National Bank, PhiUips. South Berwick National Bank. . Georges Nat’l B’k, Thomaston. National Union Bank, Boston.. Lawrence Nat’l B’k, Lawrence.. National Bank of Lawrence | Nat’l Grand Bank, Marblehead. First Nat’l Bank, Marlborough. First Nat’l Bank, New Bedford. Nat’l Mt. Wollaston B’k, Quincy. Nat’l Exchange Bank, Salem. . . Union Market N.B., Watertown. First National Bank, Decatur | First National Bank, Jackson.. Lansing National Bank, ( ' Lansing | First National Bank, Kasson . . . First National Bank, Mankato.. Second National Bank, { St. Paul ) Elected. Ja


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 43]

    /1889

    of Lost Springs. Mich . . . Manistique J. F. Carey & Co. has been succeeded by The Manistique Bank. Minn. .. Little Falls .... Bank of Little Falls now First National Bank, same officers. Mo Vandalia Daniel’s Bank has been succeeded by the Vandalia Banking Co., same correspondents. Neb.... Holstein Bank of Holstein now Holstein Bank, W. S. McAuley, proprietors, same correspondents. 0 . . Lawrence Bank of Lawrence now State Bank of Lawrence. 0 . North Loup.... Loup Valley Bank has been incorporated, same officers and correspondents. • .. Wisner Wisner Bank (McNish & Graham) now the First National Bank. N. Y... Clifton Springs. Van V ran ken & Co. has been succeeded by Lawrence & Lockwood. N. C. ... Murfreesboro. . . Bank of Murfreesboro (Ward & Co.), reported assigned. Penn... Miffiintown. . . . Parker & C


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    Hodges' Journal of Finance, and Bank Reporter, 2/5/1859

    2/5/1859

    par 4p 4 25 25 25 25 20 bO 00 20 25 £□ QO 85 90 yu 1-10 j par ip 4 6 6 10 0 20 is — — — — 80 80 80 80 { i par par 4 4 par i P 4 l 2 6 l 2 50 45 60 60 60 I 2 10 1 15 1 ,2 6 1 5 25 15 20 20 25 3 1 5 1 2 40 35 35 30 60 1 2 10 1 10 10 10 20 10 5 15 15 25 15 40 15 15 25 15 40 2 2 10 1 20 90 SO 80 i par iP 1 par par ip 1 i par ip 1 40 30 25 60 40 3 5 10 10 10 i par par par 3^1 1 ?apr 1 par 1 2 i 6 1 1 Bank of Lawrence Co. ... I) Bank of New Castle Bank of Hfnnsylyauia Erie Bantr, Erie Erie City Bank McKcan Co. Bank Bhamokin Bank D Tioga County Bank D Warren County Bank D All others not quoted, arc worthless. DELAWARE. All Solvent Banks Small Notes, [under 5s] All others not quoted, is worthless. MARYLAND. All Solvent Banks Ameri an Bank All others not quoted, worthless. DIS OP COLUMBIA. AH Solvent Banks All ot


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1863

    ighton -O ' Bank of Catasauqua, Catasanqua, • ■ • • -00 Bank of Chambersburgh, Chambersbiirgli. ...[3 10] Bank of Chester County, AVest Chester -00 Bank of Chester Valley, Coatesvillo, Bank of Crawford County, Meadvillc 30| Bank of Danville, Danville, fVAi ' ’ ' Bank of Delaware Co\mty, Chester, [lOJ .... Bank of Fayette County, Uniontown, Bank of Germantown, Bank of Gettysburgh, Gettysburgh, 203 Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle 20- Bank of Middletown, Aliddletown, [1 2 oj 20- Bank of Alontgomery County, Norristown. . . . [5 10] .... 203 Bank of Northumberland, [JO] .... 203 Bank of Phocnixville.Phocnixvillc, -04 Bank of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, [oj . . . . 203 Bank of Pottstown, Pottstown, 203 Citizens’ Bank, Pittsburgh, 204 Clearfield County Bank, Clearfield, VA ’ or r«’ T^nrik of Bucks Oountv. Bcisto


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe Guard

    /1864

    town Authracito Bank, Tumuqua Bank of Beaver County, Brighton, Bank of Catasauqua, Catasuuqua Bank of Chambersburgh, Cliambersburgh.. Bank of Chostev County, AVest Chester, . Bank of Chester A r alley, Coulcsvillo Bank of Crawford County, Meadville, Bank of Danville, Danville Bank of Delaware County, Chester, Bank of Fayetto Comity, Uniontuwu, Bunk of Germantown, Bank of Gettysburg!!, Gettyshurgh Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle, . . Bank of Middletown, Middletowu, Bank of Montgomery County, Norristown, Bank of Northumberland, Bank of Phoenixville, Phoenixville ! Bank of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh . Bank of Pottstown, Pottstoivn, 1 Citizens’ Bank, Pittsburgh i Clearfield County Bank, Clearfield ( 'rtliimVun Honk (Columbia [1 2 100] .... 259 • [5 10 ].. . [1 2 5]. • •[5 1« • ..[2 10 ].. Columbia Bank, Colum


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    Petersons' Counterfeit Detector and Bank Note List

    8/1/1868

    , Pittston First Nat- Bank. Union Bank, Reading Bank N. America V nller National B'k, Lebanon Corn Exchange B'k. York Bank. York Wcatern Bank. York County Bank, York Central Nat. Bank. All National Bnnk Note* are par, and are receive* 1 n deposit by all the City and Country Bauki. Pennsylvania Country Bank Notes Atdiicountln Philadelphia. Allegheny Bank % Bank of Beaver Co it Bank of Fayette Co % Bank of Lawrence Co Bank of Newcastle £ Bank of Northumberland -i Bank of Pittsburgh *4 Cltliens' B'k, Pittsburg . '' Clearfield Co. Bank Columbia B'k, Columbia. 2 Exchange Bank.Ptttshg. . *•* Farmers' Bank, Pott*vllle W Farmer*** Drover •' Bank , Waynesburg % FrnnltHn Bank, Washing.. !A Oovemmetif B'k PotUvlllc^ lloncidale Bank Iron City Bank, Plttsbrg, % Klttantng Bank > LcwUburg Bank Mcch'* B'k Plttabg £ Merch


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    Petersons' Counterfeit Detector and Bank Note List

    8/1/1868

    Wm. Taylor, Cash. BANK OF FAYETTE CO. Uolontown » Alfred Patterson, Pres. i Wm. Wilson, Cash. BANK OF GERMANTOWN, NOW NAT'L BANK OF GERMAN TOWN, ...par Wm. Wynne Wister, Pres.; Chas. W. Otto, Cash. BANK OF GETTYSBURG, Oettt/tburg par Q. Bwope, Pres. ■ T. D. Carson, Cash. 5s, spurious — vlg. 3 females ; Washington on right. 10i altered— vig. female, water scene. RANK OF LAWRENCE CO., NOW NATIONAL Bank of Lawrence COUNTY. VSwaetttto P Jno. Ferguson, Pres. i Cyrus Clarke, Cash. BANK OF MIDDLETOWN, 3fiddletow»....p George Sinullcr, Pres. . J. D. Cameron, Cash. BANK OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Iforriftown par J. Boy - r Pres. | W. U. Slinglufl, Cash. BANK OF NORTHUMBERLAND, Sunbury,. , . , ,,. 8am 1. J. Packer. Pros.; J. R. Priestly, Cash. 5s, Imitation — vlg, man on a horse, caual lock. 5 s, altered from Is — vig.


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1871)

    1/1/1871

    ansfer of circulating notes for that purpose by existing National Banks, and did not increase the aggregate of bank circulation. One hundred and forty-five banks have been organized during the year under the act approved July 12, 1870, providing for the issue of fiftv-fonr millions of additional national bank circulation. The names of the banks are as follows, to-wit, Capital. The Second National Bank of Lawrence, Kansas $100, 000 The State National Bank of Springfield, Illinois 150, 000 The German National Bauk of Chicago, Illinois 250, 000 The First National Bank of Palmyra, Missouri .. 100,000 The City National Bank of Selina, Alabama 100,000 The Loudoun National Bank of Leesburgh, Virginia. . .‘r . . . 50, 000 The South Bend National Bank, Iudiana. 100, 000 The First National Bank of Lake City, Minnes


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1871)

    1/1/1871

    of Tuscola, Illinois. The First National Bank of Chariton, Iowa. The First National Bank of Schoolcraft, Michigan. The Iowa National Bank of Ottumwa, Iowa. The National Bank of Pulaski, Tennessee. The First National Bank of Richmond, Kentucky. The First National Bank of Evansville, Wisconsin. The Muskegon National Bank of Michigan. The First National Bank of Lapeer, Michigan. The Second National Bank of Lawrence, Kansas. The State National Bank of Springfield, Illinois. The German National Bank of Chicago, Illinois. The First National Bank of Palmyra, Missouri. The City National Bank of Selma, Alabama. The First National Bank of Hightstown, New Jersey. | The Loudoun National Bank of Leesburg, Virginia. The South Bend National Bank of South Bend, Indiana. The First National Bank of Lake City, Minnesota. T


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1872)

    1/1/1872

    nsing, Michigan. The First National Bauk of Duluth, Minnesota. The City Natioual Bank of Denver, Colorado. The Norway National Bank of Norway, Maine. The First National Bank of El Dorado, Kansas. The Kinney National Bank of Portsmouth, Ohio. ' The Natioual Bank of Rising Sun, Indiana. ' The Montana National Bank of Helena, Montana. ThO First National Bank of Flora, Illinois. The Lawrence National Bank of Lawrence, Massachusetts. The National Bank of Owen, at Owenton, Kentucky. The Miners’ National Bank of Braidwood, Illinois. The Merchants’ National Bank of Holly, Michigan. The First National Bank of Trenton, Missouri. The Indiana National. Bauk of Lafayette, Indiana. The First National Bank of Prophetstown, Illinois. The First Natioual Bauk of Oregon, Illinois. The Citizens’ National Bank of Des Moines,


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1876)

    1/1/1876

    e First National Bank, Chattanooga East Tennessee National Bank, Knoxville First National Bank, Memphis German National Bank, Memphis First National Bank, Nashville Baleigh National Bank of North Carolina, Raleigh. Atlanta National Bank, Atlanta Merebaufa’ National Bank, Savannah First National Bank, Galvestoa San Antonio National Bask of San Antonio Merchants’ National Bank, Little Rock National Bank of Lawrence, Lawreuco First National Bank of Leavenworth First National Bank. Omaha Omaha National Bank. Omaha First National Bank, Denver Colorado National Bank of Denver First National Bank, Bozeman First Nathmal Bank, Helena First National Bank, Portland First National Bank, Yankton Iowa. Do. Do. 1 ) 0 . Missouri. Do. Kentucky. Do. Do. Do. Tennessee. Do. Do. Do. Do. North Carolina. Georgia. T)o. 1 ) 0 .'


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1889)

    1/1/1889

    COMPTROLLER OB' THE CURRENCY.. 405 Nationai, Banks dLosED Dtjeing the Year Ended October 31, 1889, in Each State and Territory, wiTn, GaRitae,and Circulation — Continued. Date of au- thority t-o commence business. Date of cloB- ing.. . Capital stock. . G ■ - Circulation. ‘ Name and location of bank. Issued. Be- deemed. Outstand- ing. • National Bank of Lawrence, j Kans National* Bank of Le Boy, Oct. 14, 1865 June 29, 1889 . $100, 000 $49,809 $3,-'840 $45, 969 N. Y.... ....... ...... ........ Halstead- National Bank, Hal- Jan. ,3, 1885 J une 29, 1889 100,000 22,500 3, 080 19,420 .stead, Kans : Farmers’ National Bank, Jan. 29,1886 June 29, 1889 50, 000 11, 250 . 3, 130 8, .120 Mount Sterling, Ky First National Bank, Key Port, Jan. 11,1875 July 1, 1889 50,


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    Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the Finances (1929)

    1/1/1929

    29 Jan. 23,1929 Feb. 19,1929 June 5, 1929 Dec. 17,1928 May 13,1929 Nov. 27,1928 Feb. 12,1929 Apr. 15,1929 Jan. 26,1929 Do. May 23,1929 Feb. 27,1929 Nov. 28, 1928 May 25,1929 Nov. 12, 1928 Dec. 3, 1928 Apr. 1, 1929 Mar. 6,1929 Apr. 12,1929 Jan. 16,1929 Jan. 10,1929 Do. May 13,1929 Embezzlement and false entries. .. Clerk r. National Bank of Huntington Park, Hunting- ton Park, Calif. First National Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle, Pa. Embezzlement and abstraction Matheny, S. C Teller Clerk and bond teller, Calitornia- Montgomery Branch. Bank” of Italy National Trust & Savings Asso- ciation, San Francisco, Calif. Nolte, F. R Teller Peoples First National Bank of Charleston, Charleston, S. C. 2 years, on probation 5 1 years. False entries and misapplication.. $1,000 fine National Bank of Commerce, Eldorad


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    Anthracite Bank, 102 Allegheny Bank, 102 Allentown Bank, 103 Bank of Beaver County, 103 Bank ofCatasauqua, 103 Bank of Chambersburg, 103 Bank of Chester Co., 103 Bank of Chester Valley. 103 Bank of Commerce, Erie, 103 Bank of Commerce, Phila., 103 Bank of Crawford County 103 Bank of Danville, 103 Bank of Delaware County, 103 Bank of Fayette Co., 103 Bank of Germantown, 103 Bank of Gettysburg, 104 Bank of Lawrence County, 104 Bank of Middletown, 104 Bank of Montgomery Co., 104 Bank of North America, 104 Bank of Northern Liber- ties, 101 Bank of Northumberland, 104 Bank of Penn I ownship, 104 Bank of Phcenixville, 104 Bank of Pittsburg, 104 Bank of Pottstown, 104 Central B.*nk of Pennsyl- vania, 104 City Bank, Philadelphia, 105 Citizens’ Bank, 105 Columbih Bank, 105 Commercial Bank, 105 Commonwealth Dank, 1


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    males reclining on right of an oval portrait of Washington, surmounted by an eagle, female and distant ship on left. Eight end, oval medallion head, XX above, 20 below. Left end, female feeding an eagle, 20 above, XX below. 50s, upper center, half-length figures of a farmer, sailor and mechanic. Eight end, 50 on a medallion head, 50 below. Left end, 50 on circular die, L on shield above, L below. Bank of Lawrence County, Newcastle. 5s, Eight upper center, man plowing with two horses, boy leading them, 5 on the left. Eight end, head of a little girl, 5 above. Left end, blacksmith standing between an anvil and a wheel, cherub seated in a scroll above. 10s, right upper center, men surveying, 10 on the left. Eight end, female feeding hens, 10 above, i eft end, oval female portrait, X above, TI N be- low. Bank


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    Descriptive Register of Genuine Bank Notes, For the Detection of Spurious and Altered Bills

    /1862

    ; compass, scroll, globe, books, &c. Rigid end, dog, safe, &c.; I W O on 2 above. Left, eud, man seated; little boy, &c.; ,1 below. Bank of Fayette County, Uniontown. Is, in the center, girl aud boy letting cows and calf through a gate ; 1 on a large round die on each end. 2s, iu the center, 2 on a large round die ; ducks, &c. ou the right; hens and chickens on the left ; 2 in each upper corner. Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle. Is, upper center, man feeding hogs; two horses in the distance. Right end, dog guarding safe ; ONE on 1 above. Left eud, female holding sickle, &c ; ONE on 1 above. 2s, upper center, eagle- on shield, two horses ram- pant on each side. Right end, girl working sewing machine ; 2 above. Left end, TWO and 2 on a strip of lathe-work across; small 2 in upper and lower corners. Bank


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    Mendelson's National Bank Note Reporter and Financial Gazette

    11/1/1867

    burg 5 5b, lOs and 20s, altered. 10s imitated. 80s Imita- tion—signed tr7. G. McPherson, Cash. Genuine are signed G. Swope. Gen. Is, female stepping into river— 1 e, female. Sa female, globe and books, T WO on green, 2 each Bide. 5s ebip, InoianB, female, children— r and 1 e, female head. 1 Os two females, shield, eagls— re, female head— imitated. 80s Washington, eagle, females— r e, female head. Bank of Lawrence County, Newcastle 5 5 s and 10b unit. Bank of Middletown, Kiametown 3 Is Ss and 5b lmit. 1b, imitation la 7 in. long, gen la 7 J* long 3s, lmit ; word "two" at bottom II times, gen is on- by SO—" D" in directed touches w in two, not so in gen 5s, lmit ; word " Ave" on bottom only 36 times, gen ia 37. * 2, 1 0s and 80s spurious. Bank of Montgomery County, Korristown 5 Sa and lOs imitated. 5s and l


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1885

    May 22, 1882 961, 300 15 5 per cent, since last Mass. report. First National Bank of Union Mills, Mar. 24, 1883 50, 000 186, 993 60 10 per cent, since last Cnion City, Pa. 42.6 report. Vermont National Bank of Saint Aug. 9,1883 200, 000 401, 492 30 per cent, since last Albans, Vt. report. First National Bank of Leadville, Jan. 24,1884 60, 000 189, 618 25 5 per cent, since last Colo. City National Bank of Lawrence- bur^, Ind.* Mar. 11, 1884 100, 000 report. 38, 951 First National Bank of Saint Al- Apr. 22, 1884 100, 000 282, 384 12.5 Since last report. bans, Vt. First National Bank of Monmouth, Apr. 22, 1884 75, 000 230, 671 90 20 per cent, since last 111. report. Marine National Bank of New May 13, 1884 400, 000 4, 463, 578 40 15 per cent, since last York, N. Y. report. Hot Springs National Bank of Hot J


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1890

    El Dorado, Kans Merchants’ National Bank, Des Moines, Iowa Norwich National Bank, Norwich, Conn. First National Bank, Franklin, Nebr Farmers and Mechanics’, National Bank, Buffalo, N. Y First National Bank, Du Bois City, Pa .. First National Bank, Cimarron, Kans . .. Traders’ National Bank, San Antonio, Tex Merchants’ National Bank, Duluth, Minn Wright County National Bank, Clarion, Iowa National Bank of Lawrence, Kans National Bank of Le Roy, N.Y Halstead National Bank, Halstead, Kans. Farmers’ National Bank, Mt. Sterling, Ky First National Bank, Keyport, N. J Nation Bank of Huntsville, Ala German National Bank, Newton, Kans.. First National Bank, Clay Center, Nebr. Vernon National Bank, Vernon, Tex.* .. Butler National Bank, Butler, Mo . Second National Bank, Lebanon. Tenn.. National Bank of Kinderhook,


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1883

    0 00 Surplus fund Other undivided profits 30, 000 00 31, 042 98 National bank notes outstandin State bank notes outstanding . . 90,000 00 Dividends unpaid Individual deposits United States deposits Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers 474,189 92 Due to other national banks 10, 725 7 0 Duo to State banks and bankers . . 604 15 Notes and bills re-discounted Bills payable Total 786, 562 75 National Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle. William Patterson, President No. 1156. Bobert Crawford, Cashier. Loans and discounts Overdrafts - U. S. bonds to secure circulation. .. U. S. bonds to secure deposits U. S. bonds on hand Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages. $723, 230 29 3, 286 91 150, 000 00 30, 000 00 164,882 50 Due from approved resorve agents. Duo from other banks and bankers. Real estate, furniture, and fix


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1884

    000 50, 000 45, 000 1288 The National Union Bank, Fall River Mass . Apr. 28, 1885 300, 000 300, 000 270, 000 1157 The First National Bank, Rliine- heek N. Y.. Apr. 29, 1885 125, 000 125, 000 112, 500 1226 The Mohawk National Bank, Sche- nectady N. Y.. Apr. 29, 1885 100,000 100, 000 76, 700 1315 The Pe’jepscot National Bank, Brunswick Me ... Apr. 29, 1885 50, 000 50. 000 45, 000 1156 The National Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle Pa.... May 1, 1885 150, 000 150, 000 135, 000 1173 The Weybosset National Bank, Providence R. I... May 1, 1885 500, 000 354, 500 319, 050 1180 The Great Falls National Bank, Great Falls N. H.. May 1, 1885 150, 000 150, 000 135, 000 1182 The Hudson County National Bank, Jersey City N. J.. May 1, 1885 250, 000 50, 000 45, 000 1213 The Quassaick National Bank, Newburgh The Martha’


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1884

    5 250, 000 250, 000 225, 000 1461 The National City Bank, New York N. Y . . July 5, 1885 1 , 000 , 000 50, 000 1512 The Pascoag National Bank, Pas- coag R. I . . . July 5,1885 100, 000 100, 000 90, 000 1578 The Trumbull National Bank, War- ren Ohio . . July 5,1885 150, 000 150, 000 135, 000 1545 The First National Bank, Middle- town Ohio .. July 8,1885 150, 000 150, 000 135, 000 1590 The National Bank of Lawrence. .. Kans. . July 10, 1885 100, 000 50, 000 45, 000 1501 The Merchants’ National Bank, Saint Louis Mo .. July 10,1885 700, 000 60, 000 54, 000 1549 The First National Bank, Wiscas- set Mo ... . July 14,1885 100, 000 100, 000 90, 000 15Q2 The Merchants’ National Bank of West Virginia. Morgantown W.Va July 15,1885 110, 000 110, 000 9!), 000 1497 The Fulton National Bank, New York N. Y . July 17, 188


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1884

    National Bank of Boston, May 22,1882 961,300 2, 278, 506 10 5 per cent, since last Mass. First National Bank of Union Mar. 24, 1883 50, 000 186, 993 50 report. 30 percent, since last Mills, Union City, Pa. Vermont Nationai Bank of Saint Aug. 9, 1883 200, 000 335, 339 12.5 report. Since last report. Albans, Vt. First National Bank of Leadville, Jan. 24,1884 60, 000 171, 001 20 Colo. Citv National Bank of Lawrence- Mar. 11, 1884 100, 000 35, 867 burgh, Ind.* First National Bank of Saint Al- Apr. 22, 1884 100, 000 269, 811 bans, Vt. FirstNational Bank of Monmouth, 111. Marine National Bank of New Apr. 22, 1884 75, 000 229, 590 70 May 13, 1884 400, 000 4, 168, 551 25 York. N. Y. Hot Springs National Bank of Hot June 2, 1884 50, 000 35, 755 30 Springs, Ark. Richmond National Bank of Rich- July 23, 1884 250, 0


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    Annual Report of the Comptroller of the Currency

    1/1/1884

    0 30,000 00 27, 281 35 88, 000 00 Surplus fund Other undivided profits National bank notes outstanding.. State bank notes outstanding Dividends unpaid Individual deposits 401, 462 24 United States deposits Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers . Due to other national banks Due to State banks and bankers . . 9,871 25 Notes and bills re-discounted Bills payable 14, 793 30 Total 721, 408 14 National Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle. William Patterson, President. No. 1156. Robert Crawford, Cashier. Loans and discounts Overdrafts - j U. S. bonds to secure circulation ... IT. S. bonds to secure deposits j . U. S. bonds on band Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages Due from approved reserve agents.: Due from other banks and bankers . Real estate, furniture, and fixtures. Current expenses and taxes paid. . Premiu


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    Hodges American Bank Note Safe-Guard

    /1865

    Bank of Catasauqna, Catasauqna, 263 Bank of Chamhersbnrgh, ChamborEburgh.. ... [5 lOj .... 264 Bank of Chester Conntjg West Chester, 264 Bank of Chester Valley, Coatesville, ,2G4 Bank of Crawford Coimty, Mcadville, 264 Bank of Danville, Danville, 265 Bank of Delaware Comity, Chester, [5 10] 265 Bank of Fayette County, Uniontowu, 265 Bank of Germantown, 257 Bank of Gettysburgh, Getty.sbui-gh, 265 Bank of Lawrence County, New Cabile, 265 Bank of Middletown, Middletown, [1 2 5] 266 Bank of Montgomery County, Norrmlown, ... [5 lO] .... 266 Bank of Northumberland, [510] 266 Bank of PhoeuixvilIe,PhoenixviIle 266 Bank of Pittsbragh, Pittsburgh,^ [5].... 2G7 Bank of Poitstown, Pottstovvn, 2G7 Ban’s of Truniansburg 267 Citizens’ Bank, Pittsburgh, 267 Clearfield County Bank, Clearfield, 267 Columbia Bank, Columbia


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 14]

    /1860

    ettysburg.. Hanover Saving Fund Dau{>hin Deposit Bank! Harrisburg Bank Mechanic^ Sav’gs Bk. Central Bank of ra. . . Honesdale Bank Jersey Shore Bank. . . Kittaiining Bank Fanners’ Bank Lancaster County Bk. Lebanon Bank Lebanon Valley Bk.... Lewisbiirg Bank Lock Haven Bank .... Maucli Chunk Bank. . Monongahela Valley. . Bank of Crawford Co. . . i Bank of Middletown . . I ii' Biuik of Beaver Co — . Bank of Lawrence Co. Bk. of Montgomery Co. ! B. of Northumberland. . ■ Octoraro Bank . ' Bankof Fheni.xville. . . J Allegheny Bank . ! Bank of Pittsburgh. . . . ! Exchange B.ank . I Iron City Bank . 1 Merch. & Manufact’rs’ . I Citizens’ Bank J Mechanics’ Bank . < Pittston Bank . I Banl^ of Pottstown. . . . . i Miners’ Bank . Farmers’ Bk. of S. Co. . Farmers’ Bank . Reading Savings Bank . Union Bank ..J Sliamokin


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 17]

    /1863

    0 New-Brighton, 44,575 •• 66,550 Norristown, 898,590 . . 899,350 Oxford, 50,675 .. 59,975 Phenixville, 76,800 .. 82,015 Pittsburgh, 1,142,950 •. 1,143,500 44 902,250 . . 920,000 Pittston 100,675 . . 200,000 Pottsville, 490,810 .. 492,970 Reading, 98,150 .. 100,000 Shamokin, 41,725 •• 66,475 The capital of the Farmers’ Bank, Reading, has been reduced to $375,000 ; Me- chanicsburg Bank to $70,000 ; Bank of Lawrence Co. to $73,476. Iowa. — Fairfield. — Mr. Samuel C. Farmer has bought out Bernhart, Hknn Co., bankers, and will continue their business. Illinois. — The following is the State Auditor's statement of the securities and circulation of the banks of Illinois, as they existed on Monday, the 15th day of September, 1862: Illinois 6's, $320,900 00 Illinois and Michigan Canal, 151,683 33 Illinois now inter


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 20]

    /1866

    ll.s River. .Vt. Merchants’ Nat. Bank of Norwich Ct. Housatonic Stockbr’ge, Mass. City “ Manchester, N.H. Globe Nat. Bank of Boftlon. Marine Nat. Bank of Bath Me. Merchants’ “ Newburyport, Mass. Rockingham “ Portsmouth . .N. H. Northampton^* Northampton, Mass. Prescott National Bank, Lowell Mass. Ocean “ Newburyp’t, ** Canton “ Lowell “ Neponset Rauroad Tremont Nat. Bank of Boston. Bay State Nat. Bank of Lawrence. .Mass. Belfast ** Belfast Me. State Nat. Bank of Boston. Merchants’ National Bank of Portland, Me. Shawmut Nat. B. of Boston. First National Bank of Hyannis. . . .Mass. Atlantic Nat. Bank of Boston. City National Bank of Providence. . .R. I. First Nat. Bank, New York. First National Bank of Aurora IlL it it Auburn . . . . .N. T. it tl Andes ii .t ii Augusta. . . . . .Mo. it ii Attica ..N.Y. 4i i


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 20]

    /1866

    organized in October, with a capital of $50,000, limited to $200,000. President, Petbr Jackson; Cashier, William 0. Brewster. Vinton. — The First National Bank of Vinton, Benton Couniy, Iowa, (No. 1593), was organized in October, with a capital of $50,000, limited to $100,000. Presi- dent, Harry D. Gay ; Cashier, Samuel H. Watson, for some years a private banker at Vinton. Kansas. — ^The National Bank of Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas, (Na 1590), was organized in October, with a capital of $100,000, limited to $500,000. Presi- dent, Washington Hadley ; Cashier, E. A. Smith. This is the third bank, under the Act, in Kansaa-r-the others being both at Leavenworth. Louisiana. — The City National Bank of New Orleans, (No. 1591), was organ- ized in October, with a capital of $300,000, lixnited to $1,000,000.


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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 21]

    /1867

    estern interests. It was also proposed at this convention that an effort be made to call a general convention of Northwestern National bankers at Chicago, for the purpose of forming an association — so that united action may be taken from time to time on all subjects of importance to the Northwest. — Chicago Tribune. Kansas. — Mr. E. A. Smith, having retired from the Caahiership of the Na- tional Bank of Lawrence, W. Hadley (late President) has been appointed Cashier; William H. R. Lckins succeeds Mr. Hadley as President Mr. Albkrt Hadley is appointed Assistant Cashier. Missouri. — The National Loan Bank at St. Louis was organized a few weeks since, under a special law of the State of Missouri. It is a bank of deposit and dis- count, but not of circulation. St. Louis. — The Central Savings Bank, North Thi


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