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ORDERS SOLICITED FOR ANY THING IN OUR LINE. Largest assortment of Fancy and Staple Stationery, Account Books, Writing Paper, and Fancy Goods ;
Hotel Registers, Time Books, Expense Books, Diaries, and Daily Journals, published annually. COPY YOUR LETTERS.- Use Francis' Manifold Writer, by which Letters and Copies are written at the same time. Price from $1.00 to $5,00.
Merchants, Bankers, Factories, Public Officers, Railroad and Insurance Companies, as well as individuals, are solicited to give us their orders. Prompt and personal attention given. 6. Prices Low."
The entire building is fitted expressly for the various branches of our business, with new and improved
FRANCIS & LOUTREL,
45 Maiden Lane, New York.
CYRUS H. LOUTREL.
STANDARD WORKS FOR BANKERS.
I. THE BANKER’S COMMONPLACE Book. 192 pp.
$1 50 Especially adapted for use by bank clerks. Every page is valuable
to the young banker. II. MANUAL FOR NOTARIES PUBLIC AND BANKERS.
6 00 This work is well adapted for the Cashier's desk, and for the office of
4 00 With additions to year 1862. IV. ABBOTT-THE LAW OF CORPORATIONS.
. 10 00 This volume is indispensable to every Bank President and Cashier. V. THE MERCHANTS AND BANKERS' ALMANAC, 1870
2 00 Numerous additions are made in this volume.
VI. LAWSON_HISTORY OF BANKING IN EUROPE. 8vo..
3 50 The only complete work on the subject. The additions by the American
editor render the work highly valuable to the bank student. VII. CYCLOPEDIA OF ANECDOTES OF MERCHANTS AND BANKERS. 5 00
This work has 150 portraits and other engravings.
Address orders to BANKERS' MAGAZINE OFFICE,
or, Post-Office Box, No. 4,574, New York,
(Organized under the General Banking Law of the State of New York,)
Checks and Drafts on Banks, etc., in other cities and the interior, received at par.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON PRIVATE BANKERS AND MERCHANTS IN NEW YORK
MAY BE INCLUDED IN DEPOSITING.
Gold Accounts opened, and Gold Checks on other Banks or Firms received
Depositors can always receive IMMEDIATE credit for their maturing coupons-gold or currency.
Collections made at all points, and proceeds credited promptly.
ACCOUNTS OF BANKS, BANKERS, AND MERCHANTS THROUGHOUT THE
are solicited, and receive special attention.
Correspondents will receive immediate advice of collections and other payments to their credit.
Remittances will receive prompt acknowledgment, and we should be pleased to have our out-of-town friends and correspondents remit all their New-York or Eastern Exchange to us, and use same as they may require.
Notes and Acceptances mude payable at this Bank will always be paid by us, when in funds from the makers, and charged to account, and returned with other vouchers and statement of account monthly. Out-of-town customers may also draw on us FOR GOLD, as required, which, unless otherwise provided for, we will purchase, without charge, at lowest rate, and charge cost to their currency account-advising promptly.
We will also promptly, and without profit to us, execute orders from our correspondents, for purchase or sale of Bonds, Stocks, Gold, or Foreign Exchange, and, when desired, will furnish our correspondents with special information.
Paper of reliable and responsible correspondents will be protected by us, when, by detention of mails, their remittances fail to reach us in time.
Although a State" Institution, we shall endeavor by promptness in rendering accounts current, DAILY advice of collections and other payments, and strict punctuality and attention, to make it for the interest of "National" Banks to keep their ACTIVE NewYork accounts with us their main reserve balance being kept elsewhere.