ufacturc.K extensively door.s, .sash, hlinds, moldings, etc., nnd makes a spe¬ cialty of tclegrnph cro.ss-arms and i>ins, frames, hoxes and pickets, while all orders for planing, sawing and turning are carefully and promptly atltnidixl to. In fact, telegraph supplies arc shipped hence from Maine lo Sun F-'ran Cisco. Building paper, blind trimmings, glass and putty are here also sup plied to customers at manufacturers* prices. A specialty i.s also made by tliis tlrm ot interior linishings, some ol the most massive and cluLste designs in ihc country having been liere tunie<l out. including tluise found in the Favettc Omnty court liouse. Butler County court hou.se. the Spear library huOding and Peters' ll.dl, C)bcrlin, etc.. to say n<illiing of the internal hard- w<M>d tinish ol' the < ajiitol building al Cheyenne, Wvoming Territory, and a host of nalalial ])rivate residentcs. This factory afso takes the lead in fur¬ nishing l\ard-wo<Kl, kiln dried flooring in any rjuantitics on the shortest n<»- tice. Mr. lUitler is a gentleman of great enterprise, ability and integrity, and devotes all hi.*? energie.s to the management of his rapidly increasing business. 'I"he history of this re^irescntative and progressive h<iusc is a pleasant proof of the certainty with which probity and industry will win their way.
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If there is one identical institution of which .Sandusky has need to feci prouder than another.il is assuredly this. Incorporated in rS^y. with a cap¬ ital stock of 5125.000, whic'i has since been increased to .<i5o,coo. the San- <liisky Tool Co. has steadily k.'pl moving, giving employment to an avenge of 200 liaiids aiul prompily meeting a monthly pay roll of from ^|,ooo to $7,oco. This prosp<:rous .nrm has the utmost facililie.s (shared by no other similar institution) for inanufai turing to order a v:ist variety of tools and novelties, i>ut their principal prorlucts consist of carpenter and cabinet makers' planes and other tools, planters' hoes, and awls. Also bench and hand screws, coopers'wood tools, gauges, chisscl, auger and other small to<il handles, etc.. the perfection and attractive finish imparted t(» their manu¬ factures being unsurpassed in the world. From 200 to 300 car loads of white l)irch liml>er are required for their planes, which is cut expressly f<»r these works in the northwestern counties of this .State and in Michigan, 'ihe ash for lo.oco do/ens of hoe handles is also annually secured fnmi the adjacent counties of this section, while forty to titty car loads of sugar ma¬ ple arc made up into bench screws and other mechanical appliances. In