' The Arm Arbor Organ (Co. $[has] just completed the most prosperous year in their histoiy. At their anunal ■ ing last night they declared a dividend of five peí cent, the first cash dividend yet declared. Iu the past three years the output of organs has quadrupled and the prospects for the coming year are of the most fiattering nature. The following directors were elected : Frederick [Schmid, Moses Seabolt, Leonhard Gruner, Gottlob Lnick, Gottlob Stark, Sid W. Millard, P. H. O'Hèarn. Tlie directors elected Frederick Schmid, president; Gottlob Luick, vice president ; J. S. Hendersön, manager; David F. Allmendiñger, superintendent, - and George M. Shelmire, secretary and treasurer Something of the steadiness of the work at the factory during the past year inay be gathered from the fact that the 51 hands employed averaged 296 working days of 10 hours each. The wages paid out during the year amounted to over 120,000. The stockholders are feeling quite happy over the prospects and well they may. The Ann Arbor Organhas an established .repntation and its output is increasing.