The proper way to build up manufacturing interests in this city is to encourage and extend thóse we have. Hence it is with pleasure that we chronicle the formation of the Almendinger Cabinet Organ Company for tbe purpose of extending the capacity of the Allmendinger organ factory. A stock company with 25,000 capital was quietly formed among our citizens and at the meeting of stockholders, Tuesday evening, directors and offleers were appointed as follows, President; Frederick Schmid, vice pres. Herman Hutzel;secretary and treasurer; Fred II. Belser; directors, Fred Schmid, Herman Hutzel, Gottlob Luick, Frank Allmendinger, David F. Allmendinger, Joseph Greve and Fred H. Belser, Among the other stockholders of the new. eompany are Dr. John Kapp, Titus F. Hutzel, Eugene K. Frueauff Emanuel Luick, Gottlob Luiek and Gustave Brehm. The uew company will break ground withm the next few weeks for a new three story brick building and basement, just west of the present factory on the corner of first and Washington streets. The building will be 32 by 40 feet and Iho brick for it has already been ordered. The present organ factory has the capacity of eighty organs a year. The new factory will have a capacity of 500 organs a year. The business will be pushed, as it is in the hands of energetic men.