Edwards' annual directory to the inhabitants, institutions, incorporated companies, business, business firms, manufacturing establishments, etc., in the city of Saint Louis
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Savings Institutions.
Biddle Market Savings Bank—1216 Biddle
street, opposite Biddle market. Capital, $100,000.
Authorized, $200,000. NicholasSchaeffer, , president ;
ConradStauf, , vice president ; AdolphSchenk, , cash-
ier ; ConradStauf, , J. Phil.Krieger, , ThomasFerren-, , CasperStolle, , HenryBrockmann, , Geo.GeorgeKauf-, , HenryHannibal, , J. H.Niermeyer, and Nicholas
Schaeffer, , directors .
Boatmans' Saving Institution—Office, 2d
street, northeast corner Pine. Organized, 1856,
under present charter. Capital, $400,000. Par
value of shares, $100. SullivanBlood, , president ,
CharlesHodgman, , cashier ; SullivanBlood, , C. s.south
Greeley, , Geo.George K.Budd, , Rufus J.Lackland, , Louis A.
LeBeaume, , John G.Copelin, , George s.south Drake, ,
Luther M.Kennett, , JamesSmith, , James H.Lucas, ,
AdolphusMeier, and W. A.Hargadine, , directors
Discount every day.
Central Savings Bank—Office, 312 North 3d
street. JosephO'Neil, , president ; John H.Tracy, ,
cashier ; James H.Lucas, , HushBoyle, . H.Hannibal, ,
FrancisLepere, , JohnByrne, jr., RobertCampbell, ,
peter j.Hurck, , H. J.Spaunhorst, , ThomasFerguson, ,
Jos.O'Neil, and J. C.Deggenhart, , Directors .
Commercial Bank of St. Louis—2d street,
southeast corner Olive. e.east M.Samuel, , president ;
John M.Platt, , vice president ; John W.Donaldson, ,
cashier ; B, M.Snmuei, .of K.M. Sumuel & Sons , Isaac
s.south Warren, , of Warren, Talbot & Co.company , Wm.William J.Lewis, ,
of Lewis, Nanson & Co.company , M. T.Andrews, , of Moody,
Michel & Co.company , H. H.Curtis, , of Scarrett, Curtis &
Muson , J. J.Aclerton, , wholesale dry goods, Jas.
Richardson, , of Richardson & C. druggists , C. W.
Reiser, , of John P. & C.W. Ketser , W. r.residence Carter, , of
Carter & Conn , John F.Baker, , of Tutt & Baker ,
Benj.White, , of White, Billingsley & Co.company , John M.
Platt, , of Switzer, Platt & Co.company , John W.Harrison, ,
of Shickle, Harrison & Co.company , directors .
Corn Exchange Savings Bank—16 s.south
Main street, Exchange building. capital, $250,000.
ConradFink, , president ; JohnWahl, , vice president ;
F.Leser, , cashier ; ConradFink, , CenradFath, , J. M.
Bemls, , JohnWahl, . W. s.south Stcirart, , e.east A.Damon, ,
RedmondCleary, , J. O.Miltenberger, , F. W.Aufder-, , G. W.Simpkins, , Wm.WilliamZeller, , Wm.WilliamHunicke,
and A.Nedderhut, , director .
Franklin Savings Institution—Office, 8 s.south
Main street. Organized, June, 1857 Cash capital,
$150,000. Authorized capital, $500,000. William
D'Oench, , president ; F.Ringeling, , cashier : Charles
A.Cano, , Alex.Suss, , Chas. F.Mayer, , OttoOeters, ,
Chas.Wulfingm, , J. C.Edwards, , CharlesTaussig, , W.
P.Shryock, , JamesMerriman, , D. r.residence Powell, , Henry
A.Homeyer, and WilliamD'Oench, .
German Savings Institution—Office, Main
street, southeast corner Market. Capital, $60,000,
all paid up. Par value of shares, $50. RobertBarth, ,
president ; RichardHospes, , secretary and treasurer ;
RobertBarth, , GeorgeWeinhagen, , Fr.Saler, , F. W.
Rosenthal, , F. w.Meister, , F. A.Reuss, , C. r.residence Stinde, ,
CharlesSpeck, and w.Koenig, , directors .
Hannbial Savings and Insurance Com-
pany of St. Louis—Office, 212 n.north 3d street,
voer Second National Bank. Authorized stock capi-
tal, $1,000,000. G. w.Kent, , president and treasur-
er ; Ben.McColloch, , vice president ; J.Daubaignan, ,
secretary ; FrankRust, , general agent .
Home Savings Bank—2201 Broadway. Cap-
ital, $100,000. e.east D.Jones, , president ; Jos.Hodg-, , vice president ; H. c.Pierce, , cashier ; e.east D.
Jones, , Jos,Hodgman, , A. c.Osborn, , Jno. p.Colby, ,
W. s.south Barker, , H. s.south Parker, , Theo.Sessinghaus, , e.east
G.Obear, , John F.madison, , John H.Conrades, , D.
P.Green, , G. W.Alexander, and George H.Boecken-, , directors .
Missouri Benevolent and Loan Associ-
ation—Office, 313 Olive street. Anthorized capi-
tal, $500,000. BartonAble, , president ; jamesDun-, , vice president ; J.wood, , secretary ; BartnAble, ,
s.south M.Moody, , JohnHow, , JamesDuncan, , c. w.Ford, ,
J. J.Conroy, , John H.Andrews, . EugeneJaccard, , H.
F.Fellows, and e.east B.Brown, directors .
National Loan Bank of St. Louis—Office,
210 3d street, second door south of Post Office. Cap-
ital, $250,000. T. B.Edgar, , president ; Wm.William H.
Maurice, , cashier ; t. B.edgar, , Chauncey, Filey,
CharlesHolmes, , JoshuaCheever, and Wm.William H.Mau-, , directors .
North St. Louis Savings Association—
Broadway, southwest corner Morgan. L.Espenschied, ,
president ; John G.Herrman, , secretary ; L.Espen-, , chas.Horubostle, , C. G.Stifel, , Jos.Herrmann, ,
J. D.Senden, , F.Barklage, , F.Schiereck, , A. C.Er-, , HermanEisenhardt, , J. P.Krieger, and e.east
W.Meier, , directors .
People's Savins Institution—Office, 1347 s.south
5th street, corner Park av. Authorized capital,
$500,000. Par value of shares, $50. Ernst W.Leon-, , president ; john H.Fisse, , vicepresident, ; Ed-Wuerpel, . cashier ; Ernst W.Leonhardt, , John
H.Fisse, , MatthiasSteitz, , TheodoreKalb, , JacobVo-, , F. M.Wotke, and AndrewGeisel, , directors . Open
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Provident Savings Institution—Office,
513 Olive street, between 5th and 6th. Open daily
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.J. p.Doan, , president ;
JamesSmith, , vice president ; s.south A.Ranlett, , cashier ;
J. p.doan, , GeorgePartridge, , s.south A.Ranlett, , James
Smith, , Wm.WilliamDowning, , J. w.Mcintyre, , HenryHitch-, , George P.Plant, , Carios s.south Greeley, , Charles H.
peck, and Levin H.Baker, , Directors .
Real Estate Savins Institution—Office
610 Olive street. Incorponted, 1857. George , K.
Budd, president ; D. H.Naylor, , secretary and treas-
urer ; John M.Krum, , counsellor ; sol.Smith, , s.south H.
Laflin, , Chas. A.Pope, , Geo.George K.Budd, , Jas. M.Car-, , HenryWhitmore, , Daniel GTaylor, . John M.
krurn, , MorrisCollins, and John B.Johnson, , trustees .
St. Louis Building and Savings Associ-
ation—Office, 202 n.north 2d street. Incorporated, Feb-ruary, 1857. Authorized capital, $500,000. Paid up
capital, $300,000. Par value of shar s, $100. Felix
Coste, , president ; H. s.south Reed, .Vice president ; Chas.
Enslin, , treasurer ; r.residence s.south Boyd, jr.assistant treasurer ;
JohnWhittaker, , Geo.George P.Plant, , c. b.Burnham, , Na-Cole, , Samuel M.Dodd, , EdwardJackson, , M. L.
Pottle, and FelixCost, , directors .
State Savings Association—Office. Main street,
southeast corner Vine. Incorporated, Feb. 11th, 1852.
paid up capital, $650,000. Authorized capital, $1,-
000,000. Par value of Shares, $50. John J.Rce, ,
president ; CharlesParsons, , cashier ; Jno. H.McChe-, , assistant cashier ; John J.Roe, , r.residence J.Lock-, , W. M.McPherson, , Chas. P.Chouteau, . John
A.Scudder, , CharlesParsons, and John H.Beach, ,
directors .
Union Savings Association of St. Louis—
Office, Main street, northeast corner Walnut. Inco-
porated, February, 1864. Capital stock, $125,000.
Authorized capital, $500,000. T. s.south Rutherford, , pres-
ident ; William C.Wilson, , vice president ; James L.
Baker, , teller .
United States Savings Institution—Office,
Market street, northeast corner 2d. Incorporated,
March, 1857. Capital, $70,000. Par value of shares,
$50. Chas. H.Teichmann, , president ; AugustBe-, . cashier ; Edw.Beckmann, , Ad.Heinecke, , Jac.
Tamm, , Chas.Teichmann, , Geo.GeorgeGehrcke, , ArthurOls-, , Henry s.south Winter, , Henry C.Haarstick, , Hen-Petring, , LouisWolff, and F. s.south Rehreus, , directors .
Insurance Co'S In St. Louis.
Board of Underwriters—Office. 110 Pine
street. Walter B.Foster, , persident ; john n.north Pritch-, , vice president ; n.north J.Easton, , secretary and ad-
juster ; Geo.George K.Easton, , assistantadjuster, ; Henry
Adkins, , inspector of hulls ; JamesBarnard, , agent ;
EdwardBrooks, and George K.McGunnegle, , execu-
tive committee ; F. L.Ridgley, , H. W.Hough, and
Ed.Morrison, , average committee .
Atlantic Insurance Company—Office, Mer-
chants' Exchange buildings. Organized, 1854. Au-
thorized capital, $500,000. Par value of shares, $100.
Moses L.Pottle, , president ; F. A.Reuss, , vice presi-

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