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THE MERCANTILE CLUB of Wheeling, West Virginia, diffusing knowledge for literary im

provement, and for the general good, enjoyment and mutual benefit of members of said association; principal oflice, Wheeling West Virginia: charter issued August 29, 1894, expires July 1, 1944; corporators, E. Buckman, M. Steinfeld, L. S. Good, Ralph Kline, Julius Reizenstein: capital subscribed, $125.00; amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized, $25,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

NORRISTOWN RANGE BOILER WORKS, manufacturing and selling boilers, engines, cast

ings and forgings from steel or iron or other metals, &c., &c.; principal oflice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; charter issued August 29. 1894; expires January 1, 1911; corporators, E. H. Dieffenbach, D. B. Yerger, G. B. Gilbert, D. H Dieffenback, all of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: D. Hallam, Camden, New Jersey; capital subscribed, $250.00; amount paid in, $25.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $50.00.

CAPIO GOLD MINING COMPANY, purchase or otherwise acquire gold, silver, copper or other

mines, mining rights and metalliferous lands, manage, work and develop the same, &c., &c.; principal o'fllce. New York City, charter issued August 30, 1894; expires June 30, 1944; corporators, J. T. Grayson, George Crawford, Wm. Brandreth, J. M. Shaw, A. G Thompson, all of New York; capital subscribed, $500.000.00; amount paid in, $500,000.00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, 85.00.

KEY WEST CIGAR COMPANY, manufacturers of, dealers in and contractors for the sale,

purchase, &c., of tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, smoking pipes, cigar and cigarette holders, &c , &c.; principal office, Key West. Florida; charter issued August 31, 1891, expires August 27, 1944; corporators, C. C. Davis, New York City, Alonzo E Pye, Kingston, N Y., Edward F. Schroeder, New York City, John E. Hanson, Augustus Mayer, New York City; capital subscribed, $15,000.00; amount paid in, $15,000.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE WEST VIRGINIA AND OHIO GOLD AND SILVER MINING CO. mining and devel

oping gold and silver ores, buy and selling the same, leasing and buying lands on which said ores may be found, &C., &c.; principal oflice, Parkersburg, W. Va.; charter issued August 31, 1894, expires August 30, 1921: corporators, J. R. Timms, A. G. Sine, J. D. Timms, P. B. Gibson, J. R Timms, Jr., all of Parkersburg, W. Va : capital subscribed, $2,200.00; amount paid in, $220 00; capital authorized, $50,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN RULE, uniting secretly and fraternally white male per

sons of sound bodily health and good moral character, to improve condition of members morally, &c., &c.; principal oilice, East Lynn: charter issued September 1, 1894, and is to be perpetual; cor: orators, James A. Bradshaw, Wayne Stiltner, J. M. Napier, G. W. S. Ferguson, Pat Napier, Jr., all of East Lynn; capital subscribed, $6.00; amount paid in, $6.00; capital authorized, $1,000.00; par value shares, $1.20.

THE MONT CHATEAU COMPANY, establishing and operating a hotel and doing other things

usually and properly to be done in conducting a hotel, &c., &c.; principal oflice, Uneva, county of Monongalia; charter issued September 3, 1894, expires August 27, 1941; corporators, Ellen M. Dean, Fred C. Dean, George Hardy, John A. Dales, Arabella Dales, all of Uneva, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE ENTERPRISE PRESSING COMPANY, pressing, cleaning, dying and repairing clothing

cloth and materials of all kinds, buying, selling, &c., materials incident to such business; principal office, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania; charter issued September 3, 1891, expires August 31, 1904; corporators, Jonas R. McClintock, Alexander Arbuthnot. John J. Jenkins, Harry L. Goehring, Jacob H Goehring, Jas. B. McClintock, all of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in, $500.00; par value shares, $50.00.

AMERICAN OIL AND GAS COMPANY, boring for and otherwise obtaining petroleum and

other oils and natural gas, buying and selling same, constructing pipe lines, &c., &c.; principal office, Fairmont, West Virginia; charter issued September 4, 1891, expires January 1, 1930; corporators, John A. Clark, John B. Crane, Homer J. Price, A. B. Fleming, all of Fairmont, West Virginia, Joseph H. McDermott, Morgantown, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value sbares, $100.00.

CUMBERLAND OIL AND GAS COMPANY, buying and leasing lands to bore for oil and gas

and to mine the minerals thereon, operate oil refining, pipe line, &c., &c.; principal office, Huntington, West Virginia; charter issued September 4, 1891, expires September 1, 1924; corporators. L. H. Cox, Louisville, Kentucky, E. B. Enslow, H. L. Calkins, A. Allen, R. F. Jones, all of Huntington, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE BROOKLYN BISCUIT COMPANY, manufacturing, making and selling crackers, bis

cuits, cakes and other products of wheat or other flour; principal office, Brooklyn, New York; charter issued September 6, 1894, expires May 1, 1914; corporators, J. R. Strachan, Brooklyn. New York, Frank B. Annadown, Woodbury, New Jersey, Frank Held, Brooklyn, New York, I. Vaugn Merrick, Michael D. Harter, Mary B. Harter, all of Philadelphia Pennsylvania; (apital subscribed. $215,000.00: a mount paid in, $24,500 00; capital authorized, $2,150,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE PHOENIX TELEPHONE COMPANY, manufacturiny telephones, telephonic devices, ap

paratus, &c., and selling, &e., the same, using same in operation of telephonic exchanges &c., &c.; principal office, New York; churter issued September 5, 1894, expires August 31. 1917; corporators. Edwin L. Loudon, Mount Vernon New York, George P. Goodier. Denver, Colorado, Dwight W. ('urtis, Astoria, New York, Geo. B. Inman. Danvers, Massachusetts, dll. Grittith, Cumberland, Maryland; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in. $50.00; capital authorized. $5,000,000.00: par value shares, $100 00.

THE L. I. LARON COMPANY, milling, manufacturing, producing, &c., any and all raw

materials, &c., producing, storing, buying, selling, &c., malt, rye, hops, &c., &c: principal office, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: charter issued September 7, 1844, expires September 1, 1941; corporators, Louis 1. Aaron, Marcus Aaron), Jarona 'ohen, Charles I. Aaron. Mina Aaron, all of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, capital subscribed, $200,000.00; amount paid in, $200,000.00; capital authorized, $1.000,000.00; par va ue shares, $100.00.

RUSSIAN AMERICAN MANT FACTURING CO., manufacturing steel, mining of metals, man

ufacturing and maintaining electrical machinery and plants, operating same, &c. &c.: principal oflice, New York City: charter issued September 7, 1891, expires september 1. 1914, corporators, William Alden Pratt, James G. Zachry, both of New York City, Charles F. Benedict, Darien Connecticut. Martin Eiche, New York City, Nehemiah P. Howell: capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $3,000,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE MEXICAN UNION RULROAD COMPANY, surveying, locating, constructing. owniny.

&c., a line of railroad in the Republic of Mexico, dic. dc.; principal oflice, Perth Inboy, charter issued September 7, 1891; expires August 28. 1894. corporators, Isaac Guggenheim, Daniel Gugenheim, Vorris Guggenheim, Solomon Guggenheim, Benjamin Guggenheim. all of New York City: capital subscribed, *1.000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized. $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE POTTER PARLIN COMPANY, manufacturing, importing and jobbing coffees, teas.

spices, mustard, de., owning and holding lands, erecting buildinys, &c., &c.: principal oflice, New York Citycharter issued September 10, 1891: expires September 6, 1914; corporators, George Fitch, Newark, New Jersey; Louis Seligsberg, Edward C. Moulin. Harry S. Goodridge, Christian Arndt, all of New York, New York: capital subscribed, $500.00: amount paid, $50.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

PHOENIX FOUNDRY AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, making articles composed of

metal and wood and for carrying on a general foundry and machine business: principal office, Laudsdale, Pennsylvania: charter issued Sevtember 10, 1894, expires August 1, 1914; corporators, George L. Thiele, William d. knapp. Max Paulus, ail of Baltimore, Md.: Albin Brohmer, Charles Brohner, both of New York City: capital subscribed, $125.00: amount paid in. $12.50: capital authorized, $50,000.00; par value shares, $25.04.

FLAT-TOP GROCERY COMPANY, carrying on a wholesale grocery business, to manufacture,

buy on commission or otherwise, sell, dic., all kinds of merchandise, &c.; principal office. Bluefield, West Virginia: charter issued, September 10, 1894, expires September 3, 1914; corporators, Geo. R Dabney, Dryden. Va., S. E Morris, Amhurst county. Virginia: J. Frank Surface, James E. Mann, David E. Johnston, all of Bluefield, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; (apital authorized, $500,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

TIIE LYNN COAL AND COKE COMPANY, mining and selling coal: manufacturing and sell

ing coke, and doing a general retail merchandise business; principal office, Matewan. West Virginia: charter issued September 12, 1894, expires August 1, 1911: corporators. I. B. Kirk. J. S. Kirk. S J. Truman. all of Bramwell, West Virginia. Charles E. Stafford. D. S. Hankla, William Cook, all of Matewan, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $6,000.00; amount paid in, $1,500.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares. $100.00.

GLOBE ELEVATOR COMPANY, constructing, buying, owning, fc, grain elevators and

warehouses, buying, owning, dc., wheat, other grains and seeds. &c. &c.: principal office. Minneapolis, Minnesota: charter issued September 12, 1891, expires June 1, 1944: corporators, Portus B. Weire, Chicago, Illinois, I'm Hammond. Evanston, Illinois. E. C. Michener, Portland, Oregan, L. R Books. S. 1 larris, ( F. Deaver, B. H. Woodworth, Frank H. Peavey, all of Minneapolis, Minnesota: capital subscribed. $10,000.00: amount paid in. $1,000.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000 00: par value shares. $100.00.

THE REVENUE GOLD MINING COMPANY, doing a general mining, milling and ore reduc

tion business, leasing, purchasing and operating mining properties, &c. &c.: principal oflice, llarrison, New Jersey; charter issued September 11, 1891, expires September 8. 1994: corporators, A. O. Headley, Newark, New Jersey, Edward L. Young, Walter E. Park, both of New York, New York, D. L. V. Browne, Julius Thompson, both of Denver, Colorado: capital subscribed. $5,000.00; amount paid in, $5,000.00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $1.00.

THE INDEPENDENT BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD TRACKMEN OF AMERICA,

uniting railroad employees engaged in construction service, to promote their general welfare, to protect them and their families, &c., &c.; principal office. Wheeling, West Virginia; charter issued, September 12, 1891, expires January 1, 1944; corporators, James Bergan, P. J. Horan, both of Wheeling, West Virginia, J. K. Beaty, Cameron, West Virginia, J. A. Downing, Wheeling, West Virginia, David French, Glen Easton, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $50.00; amount paid in, $5.00; capital authorized, $10.000.00; par value shares, $10.00.

SANTIAGO MINING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY, inining coal, iron ore and other

minerals and of manufacturing and selling coke, iron, steel, &c., erecting and operating furnaces &c., &c.; principal oflice, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: charter issued September 12, 1894, expires January 1, 1910. corporators. W. Wallace Alexander, Benjamin M. Faires, Edward F. Shaubacker, J. T. Albert Hosbach, Perry S. Bickmore, all of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; capital subscribed. $500.00; amount paid in, $50 00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE ANTI-FRICTION AND ELECTRIC CAR WHEEL COMPANY, manufacturing and sell

ing car wheels and causing car wheels to be manufactured and selling the same; principal office, New Yo:k City: charter issued September 13, 1894: expires September 10, 1947 corporators. Henry Schulz, Eugene Mayne, Thomas White, John P. Loranger, all of New York City, Charles Thompson, Oswego Falls. New York; capital subscribed. $300,000.00; amount paid in, $30,000.00; capital authorized. $1,000,000.00: par value shares, $100. W.

THE WESTON COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND SCHOOL OF SHORT-HAND, establish

ing and maintaining an institution of learning at Weston, West Virginia, &c., acquire, own and hold real and personal property, &c., &c.: principal office, Weston, West Virginia: charter issued September 14, 1891. expires November 1. 1920: corporators Buchanon White, James M. Foster. A. II. Brown. Andrew Edmiston, David Snyder. G. M. Chidester, J. S. Vandervort, J. S. Mitchell, E. W. Smith, all of Weston, West Virginia, Stark A. White, Camden, West Virginia, Perry G. Alfred, W. W. Dunnington, both of Weston, West Virginia: capital subscribed, $740 00; amount paid in, $74.00; capital authorized, $28,000.00; par value shares, $10 00.

THE UNION PHOSPHATE COMPANY, mining phosphate in the state of Florida, leasing

and owning phosphate lands in said state, owning and operating plants. &c., &c i principal office, New York City; charter issued September 14, 1994, expires September 1, 1914; corporators, James M. Mason, Charles T. Richardson, W. Fontaine Alexander, Charles A Johnson, A. M. Locke, all of Charles Town, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

HENRY C. JACKSON CO., carrying on a wholesale grocery business, buying and selling

merchandise of all kinds at wholesale, holding necessary real estate, lic. &c.: principal office, Parkersburg, West Virginia; charter issued September 14, 1894, expires September 1914; corporators, Henry C. Jackson, A. (). Jackson, A. G. Jackson, 1. J. Det'amps, W. C. DeCamps, Parkersburg, West Virginia: capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $4,000.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE NATIONAL PATENT EXCHANGE, buying and selling patents-right on commission,

and acting as agents and attorneys for persons desiring to sell or to buy patents-right, &c., &c.; principal office, Washington, D. C.; charter issued September 15. 1894, expires December 31, 1943; corporators. T. W. Buckey, George F. Burba. W. A. Folger, M. (. Buckey, R. B. Hunter, all of Washington, D. C.: capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $10,000.00; far value shares, $100.00.

THE CHESAPEAKE AND WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, the railroad which this cor

poration proposes to build will commence at or near Hawthorn in the county of Logan. thence through the counties of Lincoln, Kanawha. &c., to the Virginia line: principal office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued September 15. 1894: continues perpetually: corporators, G. (). Chilton, J. A Thayer, Bilton McDonald, C. M. Alderson, J. B. White, all of Charleston, West Virginia; capital authorized, $2,000,000.00: par value shares, $100.00

THE OLD DOMINION CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, building and equipping railroads and

establishing and operating ferries, building bridges, constructing and maintaining telephone lines, &c., &c.: principal oflice, Charleston West Virginia: charter issued September 15, 1894: expires September 15, 1914; corporators, G. O. Chilton, J. A. Thayer, C. M. Alderson, Bilton McDonald, John B. White: capital subscribed, $500 00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $300,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE BINGHAM GOLD MINES COMPANY, mining for gold and other ores, milling and treat

ing ores and metals, buying and selling the same, acquirin: lands, mining rights. &c.; principal office, New York city: charter issued September 17. 1894, ernires September 1, 1914: corporators, Frank L. Underwood, Chicago, Illinois, Thomas Thacker, Julius F. Workman, John J. Treacy, all of New York City, Joseph F. Jordan. Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $1,000.00; par value shares, $10.00

(OKETON LUMBER COMPANY, manufacturing and dealing in lumber: princi:al office,

Coketon, West Virginia; charter issued Se tember 17. 1894, expires July 1, 1904; cor: orators, William M. Phillips, Mrs. Susan Phillips, both of Alexander, Pennsylvania, Samuel R. Shumaker, Mrs. M. B. Shumaker, both of Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. Tobias Snider. Mrs. Louisa Snider, both of Coketon, West Virginia; capital subscribed. $60,000.00; amount paid in, $30,000.00: capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

TIE ENGLISH MOUNTAIN GOLD MINES COMPANY, mining for gold and other ores.

milling and treating ores and metals, buying and selling the same. acquire ands. mining rights, de, dei principal oflice, New York City; charter issued September 17, 1894, espires September 1, 1914: corporators, Frank L. Underwood, Chicago, Illinois, Thomas Thacher, Julius F. Workum, John J. Treacy, all of New York, New York, Joseph F Jordan, Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; ca. ital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares. $10.00.

HUNTINGTON GLASS MANUFACTURING COMPANY; manufacturing, buying and selling

all kinds of glassware and other merchandise, holding real estate, boring for, owning, etc. yas and oil wells, &c., de: principal otlice, Central City West Virginia; charter issued September 17, 1894, expires June 1, 1941: corporators, Thomas Meass, Martin's Ferry, Ohio, Addison Thompson, Geo. F. Miller, W. B. McGregor, Geo. McKiudree, all of Huntington West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00: capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

TIIE MCDOWELL TELEPHONE COMPANY, constructing and maintaining a telephone

line, or a system of either telephone or telegraph lines or both in the counties of MeDowell, Wayne, &c: principal oflice. Welch, W. Va.; charter issued Septemher 17. 1891, expires July 26, 1921; corporators, H. Wade Beavers, Roderfield, West Virginia. P. W. Strother, Pearisburg, Virginia, Wm. G W. Iaeger, New York, N. Y., W R. Iaeger, Iaeger, West Virginia, T. T. Gaines,' Roderfield, West Virginia: capital subscribed, $500 00: amount paid in $50 00; capital authorized, $10,000.00; par value shares, $25.00.

WEST VIRGINIA TITLE COMPANY, insuring owners of, and other persons interested in

real estate against loss by reason of defective titles, liens, &c, to do business as a trust (0., &c, &c.; principal office, Charleston, West Virginia: charter issued September 17, 1894, expires January 1, 1941: corporators, J Talman Waters, George S. Couch, Samuel L. Flournoy, George E. Price, Harrison B. Smith, all of Charleston, West Virginia; capital subscribed $500.01 ; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares *100 00.

THE TELLURIDE GOLD MINES COMPANY, mining for gold and other ores, milliny and

treating ores and metals, buying and selling the same &c., &c.; principal office, New York city: charter issued September 17, 1894: expires September 1, 1944; corporators, Frank L 'Underwood, Chicago, Illinois, Thomas Thacker, Julius F. Workum, John J. Treacy, all of New York, New York, Joseph F. Jordan, Brooklyn, New York: capital subscribed, $1,000.00; amount paid in, $100.00: capital authorized, $1,000,000.00: par value shares, $10.00.

UNITED OIL AND GAS COMPANY, holding leases on land for oil, natural gas and petroleum,

boring wells for natural gas, oil, &c, and operating same, &c , &c.; principal office. Huntington, West Virginia: charier issued September 18, 1891; expires August 15, 1919; corporators, Charles F. Cole. 0. B. S Wilder, Jas. Booth, all of Huntington, West Virginia, 1. C Shaw, Marietta Ohio, Benjamin Kittinger, Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $1.000.00; amount paid in, $100.00; capital authorized, $5,000,000.00; par value shares. $50.00.

BIG LAUREL AND PANTHER CREEK RAILROAD COMPANY, building a railroad com

mencing at or near the mouth of Cherry river, Nicholas county, West Virginia, thence by most practicable route down Gauley river to mouth of Panther creek, thence up Panther creek to headwaters of same, thence beginning at mouth of Cherry river and run up same to mouth of Big Laurel, &c; princiral oflice. Camden-on-Gauley, West Virginia; charter issued September 18, 1891, continues perpetually; corporators, W. A. Gortner, Selins Grove, Pennsylvania, John L. Miller, Sunbury, Pennsylvania, J. M. Boyer, () C. Gortner, both of Selins Grove, Pennsylvania, Thos E. Carson, Alexandria, Virginia: capital authorized, $50,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE ALMA COAL AND COKE COMPANY, mining coal, iron ore and other minerals, mak

ing coke and selling the same, buying and selling dry goods, &c., building houses, &c., &c.; principal oflice, at or near Matewan. West Virginia; charter issued September 19. 1894, expires September 13, 1914; corporators, Joshua Day: H. V. McNeer, both of Bramwell, West Virginia, E. M. Keatley, Coopers, West Virginia, R. M. McGuffin, E. L. Day, both of Bramwell, West Virginia, C. D. Bray, Cooper's, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $10,000.00; amount paid in, $1,000.00; capital authorized, $50,000.00: par value shares, $100.00.

THE SIGNAL AND CONTROL COMPANY, purchasing, manufacturing and selling mechan

ical, electrical and other apparatus, devices and contrivances, patented or otherwise, &c.; principal office, New York; charter issued Sept. 19. 1894, expires Sept. 1, 1944; corporators, Norman Seymour, New York City, Harvey B. Seymour, Flatbush, New York, I. H. de

Bevoise, Brooklyn, New York, Frederick W. Perkins, New York City, John Nugent, Rosebank, New York: capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE PAN AMERICAN POWDER COMPANY, manufacturing, purchasing, selling, &c..

powder of all descriptions and high explosives, and shells, all appliances for loading or using powder in shot guns, &c., &c.; principal oflice New York City; charter issued September 20, 1891, expires June 11, 1911; corporators, William A. Powell, Brooklyn, New York, Samuel V. sic Yonkers, New York, illiam Macnabb, Newark, New Jersey, George E. Pierce, John D. Marston, both of Brooklyn, New York: capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $500,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE INTERNATIONAL POWDER COMPANY, manufacturing, purchasing, selling, &c.,

powder of all descriptions and high explosives and shells, all appliances for loading guns, &c., &c.; principal office, New York City; charter issued September 20, 1891, expires June 11, 1914; corporators, William A. Powell, Brooklyn, New York, Samuel V. Essick, Yonkers New York, William H. Macnabb, Newark, New Jersey, George E. Pierce, John D. Marston, both of Brooklyn, New York; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

BAKER OIL AND GAS COMPANY, developing and obtaining, &c., petroleum, gas and other

minerals, preparing the same for market, refining, buying and selling same, purchasing and leasing real estate, &c., &c.; principal oflice, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; charter issued September 21, 1891, expires October 1, 1913; corpojators, A. C. Dravo, John T. Patterson, Wm. McC. Dravo, M. M. Marquis, W. W. Campbell, all of Pittsburgh; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $250,000,00; par value shares, $30.00.

LOCH LYNN HEIGHTS HOTEL COMPANY, erecting, purchasing, leasing, &c., hotels and

boarding houses, livery, sale and boarding stables, operating water works, &c., &c.; principal office, Wheeling, West Virginia; charter issued September 21, 189+, expires September 1, 1911; corporators, J. B. Sommerville, Louis Walters, L. B. C. List, M. P. Alderson, J. C. Alderson, all of Wheeling, West Virginia; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $250,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

UNITED BREWING COMPANY, brewing, buying, selling and dealing in beer and other malt

liquors; principal office, Boston. Massachusetts; charter issued September 22, 1891; expires January 1, 1914; corporators, Markus H. Cobe, Levi S. Hathaway, Arthur II. O'Neil, Alexander Reid, Frederick Schuhmann, all of Boston, Massachusetts; capital subscribed, $5,000.00; amount paid in, $500.00; capital authorized, $2,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

THE GERMAN-AMERICAN PROVISION COMPANY, manufacturing, buying and selling

beef and hog products as well as products of any other animals; principal office, Chicago, Illinois; charter issued September 24, 1894, espires September 15, 1911; corporators, Max Epstein, Hugo Epstein, Morris Epstein, Bennie I. Schloss, Louis Cluckaup, all of Chicago; capital subscribed, $25,000.00; amount paid in, $25,000.00; capital authorized. $100,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

NATIONAL CAPITAL SAVING AND LOIN ASSOCIATION, encouraging industry, frugality

and home building among its members, by loaning money to its stock-holders. &c., purchase land, erect buildings, &c., &c.; principal oflice, Washington, D. (.; charter issued September 21, 1891, expires August 31, 1911; corporators, William W. Abraham, Washington, D. C., Lewis Smith, Wheeling, West Virginia, Thomas E. Gardner, Henry Krany, William C. Berry, all of Washington, D. C.; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital autorized. $1,000,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

CARTAGENA FRUIT COMPANY, acquiring langs in the Republic of Colombia, South

America, and establishing thereon plantations of bananas, &c., together with necessary structures, fixtures, &c., &c.; principal office, Boston, Massachusetts; charter issued September 24, 1891, expires September 1, 1914; corporators, S. B. McConnico, New York City, P. S. Young, Joseph Curtis, W. I. Dichi, Jas. Walker, Jr., all of Boston, Massachsetts; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $250,000.00; par value shares, $100.00.

IBERIA SPANISH-AMERICAN PUBLISHING COMPANY, editing and publishing in the

City of New York, a daily newspaper, periodical or journal in English and Spanish language, &c.; principal oflice, New York City: charter issued September 24, 1894, expires September 20, 1914; corporators, Carlos B. Figueredo, Luis J. de Carballo, both of New York City, Jose Gutierrez, Brooklyn, New York, Manuel Tornos, Juan Vilardell, both of New York City; capital subscribed, $500.00; amount paid in, $50.00; capital authorized, $10,000.00; par value shares, $100.00

COLUMBIAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY, acquisition and construction of railroads, purchase,

opening, &c., of coal, iron and other mines, building and equipment of furnaces, &c., &c.; principal office, New York City: charter issued, September 25, 1894; expires September 17, 1944: corporators, Wayland Frask, Brooklyn, New York, Charles A. Avery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; William B. Burnet, Cincinnati, Ohio, Samuel McCord, Milwaukee, Wisconsin:

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