For sonie little time negotnitions have been In progresa lookiug lo ihe forniation of' a strong company to push the business whlch Mr. D. F. AUuaendluger has so successfully started in this city.thHt of manutacturing organs, etc., but by re(jiie-t of ÜMM iitcrc.-tci] notning Iihs been 3aid until all arrangement were perfected. The company has no# been formed, and nonsists of the following gentlemen: D. F. Allmendinge, Fred Schmlil, Geo. Frank Allmendinger, Dr. John Kajp, Herman Hutzel, Titus F. Hutzel, Fred II. Belser, Emanuel Luick, G. Luick, Joseph Greve, Gustave Brehm, and Eujrene K. Frueauff. The capital stock is f25,000. and it is the Intention of theconipany to engnge in the manufacture of pianos and organs, and the sakof all articles pertainlug to the uiusic trilde The transfer of tlie factory at the corner of Liberty and First streeU, took place last Snturday morning. It Is the intention of the couipany to add to and improve the present quartersat once, and increase the capacity of the factory to 500 organs per year. Wben the organ business is fully developed, ttien the manufacture of planos will be coinmenced. The stockholder8 held a meeting last evening and ehose the iollowing otlicers : President- Frederlck Schrald. Vlee-Presldent- Hermni Hutzel. Seoy. and Tres.- Kred H. Belser. This is ui enterprise that should receive every possible encouragement from our people. It i one that has grown from a sinall beginning to respectable dimensions already, and under the careful management of these excellent business men, must step forward to an important industry for nur city. Tliis one thing will do more to boom our city than all the wind expended since tbc beglnninf of the "booinlng" buulness. Would tbat more such companles coukl be formed. Mr. Allraendiner went to Dundee this a. in. to secure brick for the new building- Thos. J. Keech In trust for Gotllob Luick, Emanuel Luick, James Tolbert, Wm. Herz, Cimstian Helber, Rnben StolUtelmer, ('ha8. Grossman, Christian Schlenker and Lotils Rohde, as complainant vs. Jacob Eberwein. Anna Maria Uuechlcr and Harriet G. Barnett, defendants, represent the title of a suit brought in the circuit court Monday. Elias J. Johnson, one of the old resldents.and formerly a prominent merchant of this city, dled last week Thursday, of paralyls, ajjed ttl years. Mr. Johnson had been In time past one of the leadlng men of the city, holding the city treasurership and several other ciffices oí trust. He was an old time Manon and K. T. under whose auspices the burlal services wei e held Monday.