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THE AMERICAN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, constructing and operating ice and cold

storage plants, water works, electric light and power plants, &c., &c.: principal office, Lancaster, Kentucky: charter issued May 19, 1890, expires May 15, 1914; corporators. W H. Kinniard, R. H Tomlinson, J T. B. Turner, J. B. Kinniard, all of Lancaster kentucky, Fred Balcom, Jacksonville, Florida; capital subscribed, $50.01 ; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

THE CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY, of Pennsylvania, acting as broker in buying real and

personal property, of all kinds, including negotiable paper, &c., &c. &c.; principal office, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; charter issued March 19, 1894, expires May 1, 1914: corporators, Thomas A. Bradley. H. L. Briggs, W. S. Heilner. John Cunninghamn. N. P. Edmunds, all of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $100.000.00; amount paid in, $10,000.00; capital authorized $500,000.00; par value shares, $50 00.

KINETOSCOPE (Limited), selling, exchanging and dealing in the machine, instrument or

mechanical device known as Edison's Kinetoscope, &c.; principal oflice, New York City: charter issued May 21, 1894, expires February 15, 1914; corporators, George Edward Gouraud, London, England, George Fauvel Gouraud, Horation Nelson Powers, Harold Footman, Dallas Flannagan, all of New York City; capital subscribed, $100.000.00; amount paid in, $10,000.00; capltal authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH (General), introducing into use, using, renting, selling and

disposing of phonographs, graphophones and other devices for recording and reproducing speech. &c., &c.; principal office Washington, D. C.; charter issued May 1894, expires May 15, 1943; corporators, R. F. Cromelin, Edward D. Easton, Frank Dorian, H. P. Godwin, William Herbert Smith, all of Washington, D. C.; capital subscribed. $1,000.00; amount paid in, $4,000.00; capital authorized, $10,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

PENDLETON MANUFACTURING COMPANY, making, manufacturing and vending metalic

bobbins and other articles of merchandise; principal office, New York (ity; charter issued May 21, 1894, expires May 16, 1944; corporators. Henry 1, Klots, Gordon Pendleton, Jr , George Klots, Theodore Sturgess, Cornelius S. Mitchell, all of New York City; capital subscribed, $50,000.00; aniount paid in $50,000.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00

CHASE GANTT ARMOR COMPANY, buying and selling armor for ships and fortifications,

acquiring and selling letters patent of the United States. &c., for improvements in the process for making armor, &c. &c.; princiral office, Philadelphia, Pa.; charter issued May 22, 1894, expires April 30, 1944: corporators, George H. Chase, Henry L. Ganti, Charles Henry Gummey, Axel Petre, Charles A. Chase, all of Philadelphia, Pa.: capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in $500.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares $50.00

THE RICHMOND HOTEL COMPANY, owning, leasing, conducting, &c., one or more hotels,

or apartment houses, or both, &c., &c.; principal office, Washington, D. C.; charter issued May 21, 1894: expires, May 1, 1944; corporators, Anthony Pollock, Samuel Maddox, Philip Maura, all of Washington, D. C., Benjamin F. Lee, William H. L. Lee, Robert A. Piper, all of New York, New York; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL DETECTIVE BUREAU, detecting, arresting and bring.

ing to justice persons charged with criminal offenses against the laws of any state, city, &c.: princiral office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued May 22, 1894, expires May 19, 1933; corporators, Harry McBride, Daniel Bailey, Albert A. Fellows, W T. Loomis. H. E. Burnett, all of Charleston, West Virginia: capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $5,000.00; par value shares, $5.00.

L. L. SATLER LUMBER COMPANY, buying, selling and dealing in lumber of every descrip

tion, conducting a general lumber business, &c.; principal office, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: charter issued May 23, 1894, expires May 15, 1914; corporators, Annie W. Satler, L. L. Satler, both of Glenshaw, Pennsylvania, C. E. Satler F. N. Levens, William G Gibson, all of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in, $5,000.00; capital authorized, $30,000.00; par value shares, $100.00

MANHATTAN UNIFORM AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY, manufacturing, buying, selling,

&c., merchandise of every description, to borrow and lend money on same, &c., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued May 23, 1891; expires, May 21, 1941; corporators, John L. Schultz, John H. Tissot, Jr., both of Brooklyn, New York, Gerald D M. Girdwood, Samuel L. Schultz, both of New York City, Gilbert H. Turner, Pearsalls, Long Island, New York; capital subscribed, $125.00; amount paid in, $125.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

THE PRESS-BUTTON KNIFE COMPANY, manufacture and sale of knives and other articles

in the cutlery and novelty line, importing and exporting the same, &c.; principal office. New York City; charter issued May 24, 1-91; expires, May 1, 1941: corporators, Isidor C. Bandman, Joseph Mendelson, Moritz Eisner, George Schrade, Hattie Mendelson, all of New York City; capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in, $5,000.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE NEWARK FLOUR AND FEED MILL CO., manufacturing flour, meal and feed, pur

chasing grain and selling products manufactured from same; principal office, Newark, Wirt county, West Virginia: charter issued May 24, 1894, expires May 19, 1944; corporators. H. 1. Trout, E. F. Hannaman, C. F. Hammaman, R. E. Keys, Albert Hamrick, O. B. Merril, Wm Worley, W.F Hickman, W. F. Foulty, Enoch Frazier, D. S. Fulkerth, all of Newark, West Virginia, Willie Fought, Elizabeth, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $200.00; amount paid in, $20.00; capital authorized, $10,000 00; par value shares, $10.00,

THE SEAL GLASS MANDOLIN ('OMPANY, manufacturing and dealing in glass mandolins,

other musical instruments and musical goods, &c.; principal office, Wheeling, West Virginia; charter issued May 25, 1894, expires May 20, 1944; corporators, T. T. Seal, C. M. Wyrick, M. R. Seal, James F DuBois, C. W. Dickenson, all of Bellaire, Ohio; capital subscribed $500.00; amount paid in, $30.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $50.00

THE WEST VIRGINIA ARTIFICIAL STONE COMPANY, doing all kinds of contracting and

building in artificial stone, &c., to buy and sell and improve property, to hold real and personal property, &c., &c; principal office, Fairmont, West Virginia: charter issued May 25, 1891, expires May 21, 1914; corporators, Chas. E. Manley, W. T. Ravenscroft, C. B. Carney, Geo. Morrow, C. L. Skinner, C. Powell, N. A. Clayton, all of Fairmont, West Virginia: capital subscribed, $700.00; amount paid in, $70.00; capital authorized, $100,(00.00; par value shares, $100.

THE NATIONAL ELECTRIC CAR LIGHTING COMPANY, lighting railroad cars by

electricity, manufacturing and dealing in the apparatus, machinery, &c., necessary therefor, &c., &c.; princiral office, New York City; charter issued May 25, 1894, expires May 18 1944; corporators, Theodore W. Myers, New York City; Leon D. Adler, Newark, New Jersey. Abraham L. Adler, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Edward H. Myers, New York City, Morris Moskowitz, Newark, New Jersey; capital subscribed. $5,000.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $2,000,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

ANCHOR CONSTRUCTION AND ROAD IMPROVEMENT COMPANY, acquiring title to a

patent for street curbs issued to HI H. Wainwright, manufacturing curbs under said jatent, constructing sidewalks, &c., &c.; principal office. Washington, D. C : charter issued May 26, 1894, exnires May 21, 1914; corporators, Holms B. Kelley, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Henry H. Wainwright, Washington, D. C., Harry V. B. Osbourn, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Howard V. Miner, W. R. Pate, both of Washington. D. C.; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; anaount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $21.00.

MARION COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION, promoting the agriculture, mechanical and mineral

interests of Marion and adjoining counties, promoting, &c, growth and improvement of stock therein, &c., &c.; principal office, Fairmont, West Virginia; charter issued May 26, 1894, expires December 3, 1925: corporators, Charles E. Manley, Clarence L. Smith. 2. G. Morgan, Charles L. Skinner, Charles Powell, all of Fairmont. West Virginia; capital subscribed, $250.00; amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE WHEELER COMPOUND WIRE COMPANY, acquiring, manufacturing, marking, &c.,

wire and wire rods to be made and produced in accordance with letters patent to Elbridge Wheeler, &c., &c.; principal office, Jersey !ity, New Jersey; charter issued May 26, 1894, expires January 1, 1939: corporators, Elbridge Wheeler. New York City, Robert T. Brook, Brooklyn, New York; Thomas D. Conyngham, Redmond Conyngham, Frank H. Green, all of New York City; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; eapital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE WHEELER MARINE SHAFTING AND FORGING COMPANY, acquiring, manufac

turing, working, &c., all kinds of marine shafting, including tubular, steel centre and soft centre, &c., &c.; principal office, Jersey City, New Jersey: charter issued May 26, 1894: expires, January 1, 1939: corporators, Elbridge Wheeler, Thos. Conyngham. Redmond Conyngham, Frank H. Green, all of New York City, Robert F. Brooke, Brooklyn, New York: capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $5,100,100.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE SOUTHERN MINING METALLURGICAL COMPANY, purchasing, leasing, &c.. gold or

other mines, mining rights and metalliferous lands, work, develop, &c., same, &c., &c ; principal office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued May 28, 1891; expires, April 27, 1914; corporators, Ira H. Bates. Bowling Green. Ohio, Monroe Harman. Mansfield, Ohio; Edward P. Bates, James M. Quinby, George E. Kline, all of Wooster, Ohio; capital subscribed, $100.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $1.00.

AMERICAN MINING COMPANY, manufacturing, mining, mechanical and mercantile busi

ness, milling. reducing, refining, &c., ores and minerals, &c., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued May 28, 1894, expires May 17, 1914; corporators, James B. Haggin, Richard P Lounsberry, both of New York City. Edward u. Platt, Brooklyn, New York, J. Milton Ferry, Bayonne, New Jersey, Henry Webb, New York City: capital subscribed, $1,06 0.00: amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

TRILLA BELLE NICKLE MINING AND CONCENTRATION COMPANY, acquire by pur

chase, lease, agreement. &c., mines, lands, buildings, plant, &c., and dispose of same as allowed by law, operate mines, &c, &c; principal office, Duluth, Minn.; charter issued May 28, 1891, expires January 1, 1940; corporators, Leonidas Merritt, Edison Word. E. H. Hall, George W. Mann, Luke H. Corcoran. Martyn Wheeler, D. G. Parsons, Daniel Horgan, G. J. Atkins, William H. Trescott, all of Duluth, Minnesota; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

RAILWAY UNION HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION, constructing, operating and maintaining

hospitals, to supply the inmates thereof with medical and surgical aid and attendance, &c. &c.; principal office, Charleston. West Virginia; charter issued May 28. 1894; expires, January 1, 1934; corporators, Geo. H. Walton, Chas. G. Walton, Wilbur R. Jones, E. Littlefield, all of Chicago. Illinois; Edgar J. Stewart, Des Plains, Illinois: capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $30.00; capital authorized, $200,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE HOME ICE MACHINE COMPANY, manufacturing, dealing in, &c., ice, ice making ma

chinery, refrigerating machinery and refrigerators and apparatus incidental thereto, &c., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued May 31, 1891; expires, May 25. 1941: corporators, John Patten, Baltimore, Maryland; Charles F. Garrigus, Carl G. Weidinger, both of New York City, Benjamin Price, 45. Broadway, New York, Hugo C. Hauser, New York City; capital subscribed. $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE ROYAL SALT COMPANY, mining, manufacturing and selling salt in the state of Kan

sas, and elsewhere; principal oflice, Dayton, Ohio, charter issued May 31, 1291, expires May 1, 1944: corporators, J. M. Phelps, J. Linxweiler, Joseph R. Gebhart, George ! Shaw, E. J. Barney, all of Dayton, Ohio; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount puid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $150,000.00); par value shares, $50.00.

THE BIG BIRCH RIVER LUMBER, COAL AND OIL COMPANY, constructing and operat

ing a boom at or near the mouth of Big Birch River and other points on said river, acquiring timber, timber lands, building mills, &c., &c.; principal office, month of Big Birch River, Braxton county. West Virginia; charter issued May 31, 1894, expires May 31, 1914: corporators, J. S. Hver, E. S. Bland, W. G. Hyer. H. E. Bland, C. H. Bland all of Sutton, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $250.00; amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized, $200,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE CANNELTON RAILROAD COMPANY, commencing at or near Cannelton, Farette

county, thence to a point at or near the Mouth of Bell Creek, Fayette county: princi: al office, Canneltou, W. Va.: charter issued May 31, 1894, continues perpetually; corporators, J. Tatnall Lea, Philadelphia, Pa , Henry Davis, Cannelton, W. Va., J. F. Brown, M Jacke son, E. W. Knight, all of Charleston, w. Va.; capital authorized, $30,000.00; par value shares, $110.00.

MEXICA V MINING COMPANY, mining, smelting and reducing silver and lead ores, man'.

facturing and selling the products thereof, operating furnaces, factories, &c., dc : principal office, Newport, Kentucky: charter issued .June 1, 1891, expires June 1. 1911; corporators, Geo. W. Gaddis. Highlands, Kentucky, W. T. Harms. Cincinnati, Ohio, Samuel W. Hills, James C. Wright, both of Fort Thomas Kentucky. Samuel E. Anderson, Newport, Kentucky; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, 850.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE WRIGHT-MCDONALD COMPANY, mining. buying, selling, coal, manufacturing. bur.

ing and selling coke, to do a general anerchandise business, &c.; principal office. Cincin. nati, Ohio: charter issued June 2. 1894, expires Jamnary 1, 1914: corporators, Julian V. Wright, Chicago, Illinois, Donald McDonald, J. H Cabell, Edwin Gholson, Greene Fenlev; all of Cincinnati, Ohio: capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, #200,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

TRIPP FRUIT WRAPPING MACHINE COMPANY, manufacture, sell, use and grant license

to others to use fruit wrapping machinery, to wrap fruit and other articles by machinery: &c., &c.; principal office, New York City: charter issued June 2, 1894, expires Mayi, 1944: corporators, Seth D. Tripp. Thaxter N. Tripp, both of Lynn, Massachusetts: John K. Krieg, New York City, Roderick Robertson, South Orange. New Jersey. Samuel J, Sampson, New York City; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

GUGGENHEIM SMELTING COMPANY, acquiring, purchasing, leasing, &c., mining lands,

quarries and other real estate, &c., erecting, operating, dic., refineries, smelting works, &c., &c.; principal oflice, Perth Amboy; charter issued June 4, 1881, expires May 23, 1914; corporators, Isaac Guggenheiin, Daniel Guggenheim, Morris Guggenheim, Solomon Guggenheim, William Guggenheim, all of New York; capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $2,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE IRVIVE COMPANY. acquiring water rights, constructing water works and systems for

distribution, use and sale of water for irrigation, &c., &c.; principal office Charleston, W. Va.; charter issued June 4, 1891, expires June 1, 1914; corporators, Jno. A Thayer. H. P. Devonshire, Bilton McDonald. A. W. Johnson, F. H. Scott, all of Charleston, W. Va.; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $30.00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

FRANKS COLLATERAL LOIN COMPANY, carrying on the businese of buying and selling

diamonds. jewelry, &c. receiving pro:erty in pledge or as security for money advanced to pledyor, &c., &c. princi; al office. Chicago, II: charter issued June 6, '834, expires December 31, 1913: corporators, Jacob Franks, Abraham J. Franks, Sol Rubin, Julius Schweizer, Maris T. Kendig, all of Chicago, I.; capital subscribed, $50.000.00: amount paid in, $500,00J.03; capital authorized $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

CLEVDENYIN AND SPENCER RAILROAD.COMPANY, commencing at or near the town of

Clendennin. Kanawha county, thence by most practicable route to a point at or near Spencer, Roane county; principal office, Charleston, West Virginia; charter issued June 6. 1811, continues perpetually; corporators, W. S. Lewis, Carlos Lewis, both of Charleston, West Virginia. I. O. Wyatt, W. A. Ripley, J. C. Wauhop, all of Carlos, West Virginia; capital authorized, $200,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

CONSOLIDATED ROCK SALT AND MINERAL COMPANY, buying, leasing, holding, &c.,

real estate, water power, coal, salt, &c.; mining for salt, coal, gypsum, gas or any product of the soil: principal office. New York: charter issued June 8, 18:11, expires June 6, 1914; corporators, llenry L. Van Sychle, Brooklyn, New York: Francis H. Tlouston, Richmond Hill. New York: Charles R. Braine, Henry L. Van Sychle, Jr., Edward A Van Syckle, all of Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital anthorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

NEW YORK BOTTLE CAP AND MACHINE COMPANY, manufacturing and dealing in pat

ented specialties and kindred inventions; principal office, New York City; charter issued June 9, 1894; expires, January 1, 1914; corporators, Nathaniel B. Abbott, William D. Elger, both of Brooklyn, New York, Oscar F. Gunz, Rutherford, New Jersey, John H. Halsey, Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Charles W. Brandenburg, New York; capital subscribed, $2,500.00; amount paid in, 51,689.19; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE BRYCE UNIVERSAL FUEL-FIRING APPARATUS COMPANY, owning, controlling

and selling the Bryce series of patents pertaining to his automatic stoking and fuel apparatus, &c., &c.; principal office, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; charter issued June 11, 1891; expires, June 7, 1914; corporators, Andrew Bryce, Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, Chas. A. O'Brien, Pittsbugh, Pennsylvania, L. J. Kenneda, Allegheny City, Pennsylvania, F. I. Rutledge, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Chas. W. Ashley, Homestead, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $50,000.00; amount paid in, $5,000.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

THE MONARCH BRICK WORKS. manufacturing and dealing in all kinds of Brick, &c.;

principal office, Glen Easton, West Virginia; charter issued June 11, 1894, expires June 1, 1941; corporators, W. H. Briggs, W. H. Wilson, J. W. Gunn, J. C. Wiedman, Jennettie McGary, all of Glen Easton, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $10,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

THE MINGO OIL COMPANY, purchasing, owning, leasing, &c., oil and gas property, operat

ing and dealing in products of same, build tanks and laying pipe line, &c ; principal office, Huntington, West Virginia; charter issued June 11, 1894, expires January 1, 1910; corporators, Thomas R. Shaw, Lima, Ohio, H. C, Harvey, J. L. Caldwell, T. H. Harvey, R. T. Vinson, all of Huntington, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE ECLECTIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION of West Virginia, mutual advancement and the

diffusion of medical knowledge among its members; principal office, Wheeling, West Virginia; charter issued July 11, 1894, expires May 10, 1911; corporators, W. A. J. Brown, M. D., Davis, West Virginia, F. P. Beaumont, M. D., New Cumberland, West Virginia, George Snyder, M. D., Freemansburg, West Virginia. Mary A. Brown, M. D., L. S Riggs, M. D, both of wheeling, West Virginia, N. D. Jobes, M. D., West Liberty, West Virginia, J. R. Monley, M. D., West Alexander, Pennsylvania, L. Conrad, M. D., Wheeling, West Virginia, J. A. Monroe, M. D., Sand Hill, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $22.00; amount paid in, $22.00; capital authorized, $5,000.00; par value shares, $2.00.

THE PIERCEFIELD PAPER AND MINING COMPANY, manufacturing pulp of every kind

and nature, manufacturing paper of all kinds, buying and selling same, &c., &c.: principal office, Potsdam, N. Y.; charter issued June 13, 1894, expires December 31, 1910: corvorators, Luke Usher, Thomas S. Clarkson, both of Pottsdam, N. Y., James F. Pierce. Brooklyn, N. Y , Araham X. Parker, Dexter G. ''aboon, both of Pottsdam, N. Y.; capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in $500.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.10.

HARPERS FERRY AND POTOMAC BRIDGE COMPANY, purchase, construct and operate

a toll bridge and ferry across the Potomac river at Harpers Ferry, acquire all franchises, &y, &c ; principal office, Charles Town, W. Va.; charter issued June 13, 1897, to hare perpetual succession; corporators, George Baylor, Daniel B. Lucas, A. W. McDonald, Forrest W. Brown, all of Charles Town, W. Va, E. B. Chambers, Harpers Ferry; capital subscribed $250.00; amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized. $50,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

PORTER STANDARD MOTOR COMPANY, manufacturing and selling electrical motors and

other electrical batteries, with their appliances; principal office, New York City; charter issued June 14, 1891, expires March 1, 1910; corporators, D. Jackson, H. L. Briggs, Horace Moody, J. G. Breen, G. G. Jackson, all of New York (ity: capital subscribed, $250.00: amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized, $25,000.0); par value shares, $25.00.

THE FRENCH AND CALLAHAN TORPEDO COMPANY, manufacturing, dealing in, &c., for

oil and gas wells and other purposes; principal office, Sistersville, West Virginia; charter issued June 18, 1891; expires June 1, 1914; corporators, F. F. French, McDonald, Pennsylvania, J. L Callahan, Oakdale, Pennsylvania; John F. Hutchinson John G. Hovan. H. P. Camden, all of Parkersburg, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $ ',900.00; amount paid in, $200.00; capital authorized, $20,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE LANCASTER SAVING FUND INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION, establishing agencies and

advisory boards in West Virginia, conducting an investment business, acting as guarantors and comercial factors, &c., &c.; principal office, Martinsburg, West Virginia; charter issued June 15, 1891; expires, January 1, 1914; corporators, Kirk Johnson. Clarence V. Lichty, John S. Breneman, B. Frank Eshleman, John F Heinitsh, Jacob W. Miller, Frank Suydam, John W. Hiemenz, all of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Lloyd C. Stalnaker, Martinsburg, West Virginia; capital subscribed $903.00; amount paid in, $90.00: capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

THE CENTRAL JOINT STOCK COMPANY, buying and selling groceries, provisions, dry goods and all kinds of goods bought and sold in country stores; principal office, Central

, Wood county, West Virginia; charter issued June 18, 1894; corporators, B. F. Lemon. L Henthorn, W. F. Arnold, Lafayette Baldwin, S. A. Davis, F. M. Henthorn, R. H. Shutts, J. R. Lemon, E. F. Morris, Jas. Reeder, all of Wood county, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $100.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $5,000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

ARCTIC SKATING COMPANY, manufacturing and selling ice and maintaining a skating rink

and assembly hall; principal office, Baltimore, Maryland; charter issued June 19, 1891, espires May 11, 1914; corporators, Gerald T. Hopkins, Jr., Ormond Hammond, Jr., Howard Hammond, Christian K. Mounts, Thos. H. Butler, all' of Baltimore, Maryland; capital subscribed, $125.00; amount paid in, $125.00; capital authorized, $200,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

COALBURG COLLIERY COMPANY, purchasing, leasing and hold coal and timber lands,

mining. shipping and selling coal and other minerals, &o, &c.; principal oflice, at its mines, Kanawha county, West Virginia; charter issued June 20, 1891, expires January 1, 1914; corporators, John Q Dickinson, Charleston, West Virginia, J. B. Lewis, Handles, West Virginia, Malcolm Jackson, John C. Malone, John L. Dickinson, all of Charleston, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

FARMERS MILL COMPANY, buying and selling grain, hay, feed and products of all kinds

manufacturing and selling flour, meal and feed, &c., &c.; principal office, Rivesville, West Virginia; charter issued June 20, 1894, expires June 11, 1914; corporators, James S. Knight, I. G. Debault, I. S. Cox, M. J. Prickett, W. G. Morgan, all of Marion county, West l'irginia; capital subscribed, $1,500.00; amount paid in, $150.00; capital authorized, $25,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE CHAQUETTE CANAL AND HARBOR DREDGING COMPANY, manufacturing, build

ing, owning, &c., boats, scows, dredges, &c., excavating machinery and all appurtenances, &c., to be used in cutting, digging, &c.; principal office, Bridgeport, Connecticut; charter issued June 21, 1894, expires June 18, 1994; corporators, E. Chaquette, Frank L Rodgers, Stephen C. Osborne, Louis N. Keuren, E. H. Wirlemberg, all of Bridgeport, Connecticut; capital subscribed, $300,000.00; amount paid in, $30,000.00; capital authorized, $400,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

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