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The Tipton Run Coal Company.

Exploring for minerals, proving and opening mines on the

lands of the company in the State of Pennsylvania, either themselves, their agents or lessees so that the coal, iron ore or other minerals found on or under the surface thereof may be mined, prepared and transported to market; to erect and conduct all proper machinery, appliances and improvements necessary and convenient for the purposes of the corporation or in the conduct of its business, with the right of leasing said lands when deemed advisable by the board of directors, and to acquire all the rights, privileges, immunities and powers conferred upon corporations mentioned in section 39 of said act of Assembly, approved the 29th day of April, A. D. 1874, and the supplements thereto.

Philadelpbia, Pa.

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Manufacturing iron or steel, or both, and any other metal and

any article of commerce from metal or wood, or both.

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Leesport, Pa.

The Wissinoming Mutual Land and

Improvement Association, of Philadelphia.

Capital, $35,000.

Enabling the members thereof to become owners of lots of

ground on which to erect houses by paying monthly install-
ments, thereby accumulating a fund to purchase one or
more tracts of ground and dividing the same into lots among
the members by sale or other means, and for the purchase
and sale of real estate necessary for the said purposes.

Philadelphia, Pa.

The Kline and Neitz Company.

Capital, $20,000.

Manufacturing carpets of all kinds.

Millersburg, Pa.

The Mantua Building Association.

Capital, $1,000,000.

Accumulating a fund by the contributions of the members

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

- Philadelphia, Pa.

The North Philadelphia Building and

Loan Association.

Accumulating a fund by the contributions 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.

Capital, $250,000.

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The Philadelphia Home Purchasing and Investment Company.

Capital, $30,000.

The purchase and sale of real estate, and for holding, leasing

and selling real estate, etc.

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Philadelphia, Pa.

The Panxsutawney Mutual Building

and Loan Association.

Accumulating a fund by the monthly contributions of the mem

bers thereof; to loan the same to them for the purchase of and improving real estate and of safely investing their earnings.

Punxsutawney bor

ough, Pa.

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The accumulation of a fund from monthly contributions,

fines, premiums on loans and interest on investments for
the benefit of the members thereof sufficient to enable the
stockholders to build or purchase for themselves or fami-
lies dwelling-houses or other real estate, as they may deem
advantageous, or inrest in any legitimate business or for
any lawful purpose.

- Philadelphia, Pa.

The South Side Union Building and
Loan Association.

Capital, $300,000.

Transacting such business as building and loan associations

may lawfully do.

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Pittsburgh, Pa.

Th Oxford Building Association.

Accumulating a fund froin monthly contributions for the

benefit of the members thereof, wbich, increased by careful management, shall enable its members to purchase a homestead or other real estate as they may deem advantageous.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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Accumulating a fund from the payment of weekly dues by

its members from which loans shall be made to its mem-
bers to aid them in procuring homes for themselves, and
such other business as is by law permitted to such associa-
tions.

Knoxville, Pa.

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The Franklin Building acd Loan As.

sociation, of Chester, Pa.

Chester, Pa.

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Accumulating a fund by the contributions of its members

which shall be louned to the highest bidders among said
members to enable them to purchase a homestead or other
real estate, or for their use and investment in any lawful
Lusiness, and erjoying all the rights, powers and privileges

granted by law to building and loan associations.
Accumulating a furd by the contributions of the members

thereof, and to loan the same to them from time to time to
enable them to purchase real estate, build themselves dwell-

ing-houses or ergage in any legitimate business.
Obtainirg the powers and frarchises set forth and contained

in section 37 of the above-mentioned act of Assembly (be-
ing a corporation of the second class) entitled “An act re-
latirg to mutual savings fund, building and loan associa-
tions."

Collegeville, Pa.

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Clearfield, Pa.

The Hope Building and Loan Associa
tion, of Allegheny City.

Capital, $500,000.

Ilaving and exercising such powers as are conferred upon

buildirg and loan associations by the laws of the aforesaid
Commonwealth.

Allegheny, Pa.

The Niagara Building and Loan As
Eociation, of Pittsburgh,

Capital, $600,000.

Doing such business as generally appertains to building and

lcan associations.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

Sayre Building and Loan Association.

Capital, $100,000.

Sayre, Pa.

Accumulating a fund to promote building and to assist the

etockholders individually to purchase real estate, erect build-
ings and to invest in such manner as they may deem most
advantageous, and for the other common benefits incident

to building and loan associations.
Accumulating a fund by the monthly contributions of its mem-

bers sufficient to enable them to purchase a homestead or
other real estate, or to borrow money for investment in any
lawful business, for the purpose to have, possess and enjoy all
the rights, benefits and privileges of said act of Assembly.

The Homo Builders' Building and
Loan Association.

Capital, $1,000,000.

Philadelphia, Pa.

Welfare Premium Building and Loan
Assoc.ation.

Capital, $250,000.

Securing homes and a means of help to the members in their

business

Allegheny City, Pa.

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The Wilkes-Barre District Telegraph

and Messenger Company.

Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Capital, $15,000.

Carrying on the business of transmitting and receiving sig.

nals and messages over wires by the use of electricity; re-
ceiving and delivering messages and such other work as

may be necessary to carry out said purpose.
Supplying light, heat and power by means of electricity to

the public at Frankford, in the county of Philadelphia, and
to persons, partnerships and associations residing therein
and adjacent thereto as may desire the same; also, for the
manufacture, purchase and sale of electrical machinery and
appliances, and all business connected therewith.

The Frankford Electric Light and Power Company.

Capital, $15,000.

Philadelphia, Pa.

Easton Co-operative Boot and Shoe
Manufactnring Company.

Capital, $5,000.

Engaging in the manufacture and sale of boots and shoes.

Easton, Pa.

The Girard Avenue Farmers' Market

Company.

Erecting, establishing and maintaining suitable buildings for

a publio market-house and an hotel in connection therowith,
and doing all things necessary and incidental thereto, with
power to rent or dispose of the stalls, rooms and halls that
may be contained in said buildings in such a manner as
may be to the best interest of the said corporation.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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Printing and publishing a newspaper or newspapers, the es

tablishment and carrying on of a general job printing office and book-bindery, and the business of general advertising

Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

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The Pennsylvania and New Jersey

Electric Light and Power Company.

Supplying light, heat and power by means of electricity to

the public at the borough of Easton, in the county of Northampton, and State of Pennsylvania, and to persons, part. nerships and associations residing therein and adjacent thereto as may desire the same.

Easton, Pa.

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Manufacturing electricity to supply the same through appro

priate conductors within the borough of Slating ton, Penn-
sylvania, for lighting, heating and motive power, and sup-
plying consumers with necessary appliances to utilize the

Slatington, Pa.

same.

The Lehigh Mountain Mining Company.

Capital, $20,000.

Allentown, Pa.

Buying, selling and leasing of iron and other mineral proper

ties, and mining and selling the same, and owning such
other property and carrying on such other business as may
be necessary and appropriate to the purposes of the incor-

poration.
Transporting, storing and shipping petroleum from the oil

regions of Butler county, Pennsylvania, to Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, and for that purpose to lay down, construct
and maintain pipes, tubing, tanks, offices and such other
machinery, devices or arrangements as may be necessary.

The Pittsburgh Pipe Lines.

Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Carrying on the business of building and repairing buildings

and of manufacturing and dealing in building materials, with the right to do all things incident thereto.

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Philadelphia, Pa.

Capital, $10,000.

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The Northern Electric Light and Power Company.

Capital, $100,000.

Carrying on the business of manufacturing, procuring, own

ing and operating various and different kinds of apparatus
and machinery used in producing light, heat or power by
electricity, and to establish, put up and run circuits; to use
electricity in lighting streets and buildings, or to furnish
therefor heat or power and to construct, erect and set up
all kinds and character of machinery and supplies used di-
rectly or indirectly as a part or in connection with or inci-
dental to an electric plant for the arc or incandescent light,
and necessary for the establiehment, maintaining and run-
ning of such a plant.

Philadelphia, Pa.

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