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Manor Gas Coal Company.

Capital, $500,000.

Mining of coal and manufacture of ooke, the excavation and

production of minerals and the sale of the same, in crude or manufactured form, and for these purposes to erect, maintain and use all necessary and convenient buildings, machinery, cars and appliances

Philadelphia, Pa.

The Moshannon Coal Company. (Re
charter.)

Capital, $100,000.

Mining and preparing for market by themselves, their agents

and lessees the coal and other minerals found on or under
the surface of the present lands of the company, fee or
leasehold, and such other lands or mining rights convenient
to hold for the successful prosecution of their business in
the State of Pennsylvania, which have been or may be de-
veloped and improved by the construction and erection of
drifts, slopes, shafts, lateral roads, buildings, improvements,
machinery, appliances and apparatus necessary to conduct
the business of the company, and the rights to lease the
same, if deemed advisable by the stockholders, as well as to
purchase and deal in coal not mined by the company; and
also to acquire all the rights, privileges, immunities and
powers conferred upon corporations mentioned in the eigh-
teenth clause of the second section of the said act of the
29th day of April, A. D. 1874, relating to corporations of
the second class.

Philadelphia, Pa.

Pennsylvania Safety Bicycle and
Manufacturi' g Company.

Cap'tal, $50,000.

The manufacture and sale of safety bicycles, and of such

other useful articles as may from time to time be deter.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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The Elm Building Association.

Enabling the stockholders to purchase for themselves dwell.

ing-houses or other real estate, or to borrow money for in-
vestment in any lawful business.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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Accumulating a fund by the payment of weekly dues from

which loans may be made to its members to aid them in their business, and to enable them to procure and pay for homes for themselves, and such purpose as is mitted to such associations.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

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The Beechmon

Association.

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Doing business as, and exercising the franchises of, a build

ing and loan aseociation, the making of loans and advances
to its stockholders out of the moneys accumulated from
time to time from the periodical payments on its stock,
and securing the repayment thereof and the performance
of the conditions upon which said loans are made, and gen-
erally the transaction of such business as building and
loan associations are by law authorized to do.

Beechmont, Pa.

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Accumulating a fund from periodical payments made by the

members of said association, thereform to make loans to
the said members, and to do such business as authorized by
said act.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Capital, $200,000.

Accumulating a fund by the contributions of its members

which shall be loaned to the highest bidder among said members to enable them to purchase real estate, or borrow money for their use and investment in any lawful busi.

The Roger B. Taney Building Associ. ation.

Capital, $1,000,000.

Philadelphia, Pa.

ness.

The Cadwalader Building Associa

tion.

Accumulating a fund by the contributions of its members

which shall enable them to purchase a homestead or other real estate, or to borrow money for investment in any law. ful business.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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Accumulating a fund by the contributions of its members,

which, increased by careful management and investment, shall enable its members to purchase and hold real estate, or to invest the same for any lawful purpose, and for these objects to have, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of the said act of Aesembly, and the supplemonts thereto.

Philadelphia, Pa.

The North West Building and Loan
Association, of Philadelphia.

Capital, $1,000,000.

Accumulating a fund from the monthly contributions of its

members, fines, premiums or loans, and interest or investments, and to loan the same to the said members from time to time to enable them to purchase real estate, build dwelling-houses or to invest in any legitimate business which they may deem advantageous.

Philadelphia, Pa.

Northampton Improvement Company.

Capital, $60,000.

Accumulating a fund by the contribution of the members

thereof, to loan the same, erect buildings or engage in any legitimate business.

Easton, Pa.

O'Hara Premium Building and Loan Association, of Allegheny City, Pa.

Capital, $250,000.

Accumulating a fund from weekly payments by the members

thereof, to make loans from time to time to said members, and to do such other business as by law authorized.

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The West Columbia Avenue Building

and Loan Association.

Accumulating a fund by the contribution of the members

thereof, and to loan the same to them from time to time to enable them to purchase real estate, build themselves dwelling-houses or engage in any legitimate business.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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Obtaining the powers and franchises set forth and contained

in section 37 of the above-mentioned act of Assembly of
29th April, A. D. 1874; also of act of Assembly, approved
the 10th day of April, A. D. 1879, entitled "An act relating
to mutual savings fund, building and loan associations.”

Altoona, Pa.

Atlantic Building and Loan Association.

Capital, $1,000,000.

Accumulating a fund by the contribution of its members

which shall enable them to purchase a homestead or other real estate.

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Philadelphia, Pa.

Eintracht Premium and Loan Association, of Allegheny City, Pa.

Accumulating a fund from weekly payments by the members

thereof, and to make loans therefrom from time to time to said members, and to do such other business as by law authorized.

- Allegheny City, Pa.

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The Wilkinsburg Building and Loan

Association, of Allegheny County,
Pennsylvania.

Capital, $500,000.
The Spring Garden Borough Pre-
mium Building and Loan Associa-
tion.

Capital, $250,000.

Accumulating a fund by weekly contributions to be loaned to

its members to assist them in their business and aid them in securing homes, and to do such other business as build

ing and loan associations are by law authorized to transact.
Accumulating a fund by weekly contributions to be loaned to

its members to assist them in their business and secure for
themselves homes, and to transact such other business as
building and loan associations may lawfully transact.

Spring Garden bor

ougb, Pa.

The Grover Cleveland Building and
Loan Association.

Capital, $500,000.

Obtaining, holding, exercising and enjoying all the privileges,

immunities and franchises provided for building and loan as-
sociations by the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennslvania.

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Accumulating a fund until the payments, interest and profits

thereon are sufficient to divide to each member the sum of
two hundred dollars for each share of stock by him or her
held, and to assist the members in the purchase of homes.

The Fidelity Building Association.

Bristol, Pa.

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Accumulating a fund by weekly contributions to be loaned to

its members to assist them in their business and secure
themselves homes, and the transaction of such other busi-
ness as building and loan associations are by law anthorized
to do.

Glenshaw, Pa.

The Millvale Borough Building and
Loan Association.

Capital, $200,000.

Millvale, Pa.

Accumulating a fund by weekly, semi-monthly or monthly

contributions from its members, and granting loans there-
from to members, upon recurity, to aid them in their busi-
ness and assist them in erecting homes, and all other busi-

ness lawfully appertaining thereto.
Doing and transacting such business ag building and loan an-

soci tions may lawfully do and transact under the laws of this Commonwealth.

The McKee's Rock Building and Loan
Association, of Stowe Township.

Capital, $280,000,

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McKeo's Rook, Pa.

Transacting the business and obtaining and exercising all |

the powers, privileges and franchises of a bnilding and loan association, under the provisions of said act of Assembly, approved April 29, A. D. 1874, and of the hereinafter. mentioned act of Assembly, approved April 10, A. D. 1879.

The Rosemont Loan and Building Association.

Capital, $1,000,000.

Rosemont, Pa.

The Turners' Building and Loan Asso

ciation, of Pittsbugh, Allegheny County, Pa.

Capital, $250,000.

Transacting such business as building and loan associations

may lawfully do.

- Pittsburgh, Pa.

The New National Building and Loan

Association, of Rochester, Pa.

Accumulating a fund by the weekly contributions of the mem

bers sufficient to enable them to purchase a homestead or other real estate, or to borrow money for investment in any lawful business.

Rochester, Pa.

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Conshohocken, Pa.

Capital, $400,000.

Accumulating a fund by the coutribution of its members

wbich shall enable them to purchase a hoinestead or other
real estate, or to borrow money for their use and investment

in any lawful business that may seem most advantageous.
Providing funds by the payment of weekly dues by its mem-

bers from which loans sball be made to its members to aid
them in procuring homes for themselves and their families;
to assist them in their business, and such other purposes as
are by law permitted to such associations.

The Second Lincoln Building and
Loan Association.

Capital, $200,000.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

The Hempfield Coal Company.

The mining of coal and manufacturing of coke, the excava

tion and production of minerals and the sale of the same
in crude or manufactured form, and for these purposes to
erect, maintain and use all necessary and convenient build.
ings, machinery, cars and appliances.

Greensburg, Pa.

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Having and holding coal lands, coal or mineral rights and es.

tates in such lands or mineral rights in fee simple or for a
term of years, or in fee simple as to a art and for a term
of years ?s to a part, and in cases of terms for years, sub-
ject to such reasonable rents per ton on all coal or other
minerals as may be agreed upon.

Philadelphia, Pa.

Capital, $3,000,00).

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