Clipped From The Hamilton Daily Republican
FrUud* to of up day of is Miss Cincinnati. city. of legal the friSS."" family in v Cincinnati BRIGHT PROSPECTS Hamilton Maiiufuvturluicl'uncniriiii Kx|i*r. ieii:IUKMKÂ»vlv:tl-H-ii (Viimuuu Find Work. A dispatch from Hamilton in u*lerday's C. O. reads as follows: All situs now t-cem to point to a iu business among the manufacturers of Hamilton. During the- pa^t t h i r t v many of the larger industries hare taken back a number of their old employes, the present indications are that by the summer is fully advanced the working- uien who have been idle for a long will find employment. The Xiles Tool Works, the largest plant of Ihe k i n United States, employing a thousand when running full capacity, is experiencing an improvement in business. Xew orders are being received and old inen are called to the former places at the works. The Hooven, Owens KenUchler Co. has new business, and is also taking old men back. The Lone Allstatter Co. is running at full capacity. All the old men are again at work, with everything in their favor for remaining some time. The several paper mills in this city vicinity are all busy, giving employment to a large number of men. The carpenters report the outlook this, spring encouraging, as compared with last year. Much improvement in the way of building will be made this year. The bricklayers and stonemasons all re port the outlook promising for the next six months. Last year little or nothing was done in the building line, as compared with other years. It is a significant fact that the many men seen on the street a year ago have almost entirely disappeared. The construction of the sewers is still progress, and gives employment to a large number of men. Street paving \\-ill soon begin, and the work thus afforded will employment to all the idle men in the who are desirous of working. The Shuler Benningholen woolen miiis are running full time, with a full force at work. The removal of this plant to Lindenwald has had tjje effect of developing that suberb a marked degree. TheH. P. DtUEther corncacy r u n n at full capacity. Orders are coming in daily, and extra men are finding enioloy- ment. The company has been exceptionally fortunate, inasmuch as the depression for tte past two years did no: materially affect its business. The lersey Packing cenicsnv i* a new enterprise, has met w i t h wondeiful FUC- cess. The codipany t"day Inc:-; itself crowded for room ,ind w i l l soon mcne 11:ore commodious Quarter-. The Champion Coated I'.iper company \vill at once begin the enlargement of its plant by duplicating it. This is made necessary by the increased \o.i:rue of trade, which seems to sleadi'y ?wt!I. The coo r-any is one of ihe most prosperous in city, and gives employ ment to a large number of people. The enterprise, although new, is considered one of the most successful in the city, with a prosperous future.