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of nine thousand two hundred and fifty dollars to the capital thereof

, and have paid in on said subscription the sum of nine hundred and

I Ja twenty-five dollars, and desire the privilege of increasing the said cap

certify ital by sales of additional shares from time to time to three hundred

proper thousand dollars in all. The capital subscribed is divided into shares of fifty dollars each, which are held by the undersigned respectively as follows, that is to say, by

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ing John Ferguson, thirty shares; George W. Bier, twenty shares;

by the Robert McConnell, twenty shares; J. W. Gallaher, twenty shares;

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John M. Bell, twenty shares;
Dr. E. C. Thomas, twenty shares;

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Elisha Lindsey, twenty shares;
Dr. George W. Bruce, six shares;

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Jonathan Purdy, five shares;
Hanson Crisswell, twenty shares;
Jesse Neff, ten shares; and

J. L. Parkinson, four shares.
And the capital to be hereafter sold is to be divided into shares of the
like amount.

held Given under our hands this 6th day of April, 1870. [Signed,]

GEORGE W. BIER,
J. W. GALLAHER,
JOHN M. BELL,
DR. E. C. THOMAS,
JOHN FERGUSON,
GEORGE W. BRUCE,
JONATHAN PURDY,
JESSE NEFF,
HANSON CRISSWELL,

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ELISHA LINDSEY,
ROBERT M. MCCONNELL,

J. L. PARKINSON. Wherefore the corporators named in the said agreement, and who have signed the same, and their successors and assigns, are hereby declared to be, from this date until the first day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety, a corporation by the name and for the purpose set forth in said agreement.

Given under my hand and the great seal of the said state, at the city of Charleston, this second day of April, eighteen hundred and seventy.

JAMES M. PIPES, SEAL

Secretary of the State.

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I, James M. Pipes, secretary of the state of West Virginia, hereby reasing de

certify that an agreement duly acknowledged and accompanied by the

proper affidavits, has been this day delivered to me; which agreement dicht

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The undersigned agree to become a corporation by the name of "Tuscarora Building Association,” for the purpose of accumulating, by the savings of the stockholders, a cash capital to be loaned to them

severally, to be used in purchasing real estate, building and repairing ;

houses, and for such other purposes as may be necessary or proper.
Which corporation shall keep its principal office or place of business
at Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, and state of West Virginia,
and is to expire on the first day of April, A. D. 1885. And for the
purpose of forming the said corporation, we have subscribed the sum
of fifteen hundred ($1,500) dollars to the capital thereof, and have
paid in on said subscription the sum of one hundred and fifty ($150)
dollars, and desire the privilege of increasing the said capital, by sales
of additional shares, from time to time, to one hundred and fifty thou-
sand ($150,000) dollars in all. The capital so subscribed is divided
into shares of one hundred and fifty ($150) dollars each, which are
held by the undersigned, respectively, as follows, that is to say:

By James W. Day, two shares;
By E. S. Troxell, two shares;
By George W. Tabler, two shares;
By Joshua W. Smith, two shares;

By J. S. Halderman, two shares;
All residents of the county of Berkeley and state of West Virginia ;
and the capital to be hereafter sold is to be divided into shares of the
like amount.

Given under our hands this twenty-fourth day of March, A. D.
1870.
[Signed.]

J. W. DAY,
E. S. TROXELL,
G. W. TABLER,
J. W. SMITH,
J. S. HALLERMAN,

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Wherefore, the corporators named in the said agreement, and who have signed the same, and their successors and assigns, are hereby declared to be, from this date until the first day of April, eighteen hundred and eighty-five, a corporation by the name and for the purpose set forth in said agreement.

Given Given under my hand and the great seal of the said state, at the mah sen city of Charleston, this eighth day of April, eighteen hundred and seventy.

JAMES M. PIPES SEAL.

Secretary of the State.

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CITIZENS' SAVINGS BANK OF GRAFTON, W. VA.,

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I, James M. Pipes, secretary of the state of West Virginia, hereby erdhi certify that an agreement duly acknowledged and accompanied by the Gist proper affidavits, has been this day delivered to me; which agreement city of is in the words and figures following:

The undersigned agree to become a corporation by the name of Citizens' Savings Bank of Grafton, W. Va., for the purpose of carrying on the business of banking in all its various branches, buying and selling gold and silver, bonds, bills of exchange, commercial paper, and other evidences of debt, loaning money upon real or personal security, receiving money upon transient or special deposits, to issue I. certificates of loans and deposits for money deposited, and to peyin- certi terest on the same, and generally to carry on such business as is usually carried on by a bank of discount and deposit; which corporation shall keep its principal office or place of business at Grafton, in T the county of Taylor, and is to expire on the fifth day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety. And, for the purpose of forming the said corporation, we have subscribed the sum of six hundred dollars to the

sha capital thereof, and have paid in on said subscriptions the sum of sixty dollars, and desire the privilege of increasing the said capital by additional shares, from time to time, to fifty thousand dollars in all

. The capital so subscribed is divided into shares of one hundred dol- lah lars each, which are held by the undersigned respectively as follows, that is to say, by

George A. Jackson, of Weston, W. Va., one share;
John Doonan, of Grafton, W. Va., one share;
Geo. W. Brown, of Grafton, W. Va., one share ;
John W. Mason, of Grafton, W. Va., one share;
George Brinkman, of Grafton, W. V., one share;

John S. S. Herr, Pruntytown, W. Va., one share;
And the capital to be hereafter sold is to be divided into shares of
the like amount.

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GEORGE A, JACKSON,

JOHN DOONAN,
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GEO. W. BROWN,
JOHN W. MASON,
GEORGE BRINKMAN,

JOHN S. S. HERR. Wherefore, the corporators named in the said agreement, and who have signed the same, and their successors and assigns, are hereby deIl clared to be, from this date until the fifth day of April, eighteen hun

dred and ninety, a corporation by the name and for the purpose set Til forth in said agreement.

Given under my hand and the great seal of the said state, at the the city of Charleston, this eleventh day of. April, eighteen hundred and seventy.

JAMES M. PIPES,
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Secretary of the State.

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KANAWHA CHEMICAL AND GLASS COMPANY.

I, James M. Pipes, secretary of the state of West Virginia, hereby di certify that an agreement duly acknowledged and accompanied by the

proper affidavits, has been this day delivered to me; which agreement is in the words and figures following:

The undersigned agree to become a corporation by the name of Kanawha Chemical and Glass Company, for the purpose of manufacturing muriatic acid, and other chemicals, and also glass, which corporation

shall keep its principal office or place of business at Charleston, in the his county of Kanawha, and is to expire on the first day of April (1890)

eighteen hundred and ninety. And for the purpose of forming the said corporation we have subscribed the sum of fifteen hundred dollars to the capital thereof, and have paid in on said subscription the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars, and desire the privilege of increasing the said capital, by sales of additional shares, from time to time, to twenty-five thousand dollars in all; the capital so subscribed is divided into shares of ten dollars each, which are held by the undersigned, respectively, as follows, that is to say:

By Jacob Goshorn, of Charleston, in the county of Kanawha, ninety

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By John Q. Dickinson, of the county of Kanawha, forty-nine shares;
By James B. Honaker, of Charleston, Kanawha county, nine shares;
By Leon Bemelmans, of Kanawha county, one share;
By Charles D. Reynolds, of said county of Kanawha, one share;

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And the capital to be hereafter sold is to be divided into shares of the like amount.

Given under our hands this nineteenth day of April, 1870.

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JACOB GOSHORN,
JOHN Q. DICKINSON,
JAMES B. HONAKER,
LEON BEMELMANS,
C. D. REYNOLDS.

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Wherefore, the corporators named in the said agreement, and who have signed the same, and their successors and assigns, are hereby declared to be, from this date until the first day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety, a corporation by the name and for the purpose set forth in said agreement.

Given under my hand and the great seal of the said state, at the city of Charleston, this twentieth day of April, eighteen hundred and seventy.

JAMES M. PIPES.
Secretary of the State.

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MAGNOLIA MINING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY.

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I, James M. Pipes, secretary of the state of West Virginia, hereby certify that an agreement duly acknowledged and accompanied by the proper affidavits, has been this day delivered to me; which agreement is in the words and figures following:

The undersigned agree to become a corporation by the name of “ Magnolia Mining and Manufacturing Company,” for the purpose of mining for coals, iron, clay, ore, lead, copper, for boaring for oil, salt

, manufacturing of fire-bricks, lumber, wooden ware; which corporation shall keep its principal office or place of business at Magnolia, in the county of Wetzel, state of West Virgina, and is to expire the first day of January, one thousand eighteen hundred and ninety.

And, for the purpose of forming the said corporation, we have sub*scribed the sum of four thousand dollars to the capital, thereof, and have paid in on said subscription the sum of four thousand dollars

, and desire the privilege of increasing the said capital by sales of additional shares, from time to time, to fifty thousand dollars in all. The capital so subscribed is divided into shares of five hundred dollars each, which are held by the undersigned respectively as follows, that is to say by

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