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THE KNTK.t PRISE, W EDN KSP A Y. JANUARY 1891.
p. , i- f M- - ."A 1 . r i f r' i.' I. r. F. D. FELT. . Nothlnir is more essential In every well rtxrnlafod town than a Aral class drug store id In Hl8 particular Wellington it well Suplled. ' Among Ihe most prominent ur dealers here must be mentioned our jouor and enterprising tellow townsman F D. Felt, whose store Is located at 123 f Jhftrtv street. Mr. Felt- is a registered pharmacist and been doing business here - . I .1 I. n Cout five years, ue is one m iuw wm. rfiake a special Btudy of ihe details per taining to their work and whose success Is absolutely sure, lie Is well known through Ht this soction In Lorain and adjoining dimities as a leader In h's Hue. Mr. Felt rtirriaa constantly in Stock alargeand well selected line of the very purest drugs, cjiemlcals, patent medicines, toilet soap?, perfumes, druggists' sundries, cigars, phy .'slcians' supplies, etc. A fine soda fouu Niyn also occupies a position In this store jXjiero that delicious beverage, soda w.iler, 6 dispensed in season. Mr. Felt is manu foeturer and proprietor of a very tine lino 'ol flavoring extracts aud keeps a wagon 'hjsy on tbe road 8f lliug the same, lie 'guarantees everything sold in this line !slrictly pure and adapted to use in every 'fjmtlv. lie also has the exclusive agency fgr the renowned "Perfection" dyes. These dyes ore noted everywhere for their supe ilhrlty, and are better adapted to coloring all fabrics such as wool, silk and cotton gftods than any thing now on the market aUli should be tested by those in need ot sflch goods. Mr. Felt takes a s.rong Inter- cjt in the lutc.re prosperity, and an active Ijart In every enterprise that helps to boom mr little city, and deserves great credit " CTr the same. That we bad many more 3 enterprising business men active ly taking p:irt in things social and finan cfiU is our v. lsh. Upon such our future i&iancial prosperity must largely depend ifod the solidity of our municipal instltu ttas be credited. i WELLINGTON MILLING CO. One of the most noteworthy and credit able enterprise here, is that operated by tjtin company. The question with the liousekee per 1 usuHy, "Where can I get tjie best flower V Anil this can be eisily ived by u.'.'.ng the celebrated fancy pat ijlt flour ' Vaa Cleef," the straight grade famous." or the lamily Hour "Jionarcu, laanufactarcd by this company. They also mkr Mother gi ade called "Globe.' 'Thisiiill in one of the most complete in fl.o ffniio.l SlatRS. lielns fitted with the ii'ill roller s.' stem aud having a capacity of 230 barrels s ilav. Iftcw awordinreier idee to the wide-awake members of the (jrropun) . Mr. C. W. Horr, the pres tleni, A one ot Wellinirlou' oldest cltiens and tne of our representative capitalists, fie las & very extensive knowledge of basin SS In various lines and besides being a member ot the milling firm, is at the iL-iid of the v holesa c cheese firm oillorr, Tyrner&C'o. Tnc EsTunrRisE takes ' pleasure ia rqcom mendinp such men as tiilalo the public. Mr. E. A. Van Clrel it tho secictary and treasurer, and is a vouni man c! considerable talent as a On aTicler. He Is thoroughly conversant with all the deliti'.i of tho flour trade. Geo. L-imbert li the operating manager of the DmpitDy, and supeniscs all the details in do most ireful ard creditable manner. "VT. A. I'ulax.m, operating miller, bas had yer of experience at his wcrk and an &rct im!:; '! the particulars in tbe manu flcturu "f tine flour. This company mi.kes a p?iialty of turning out all the triiert high grades of flours and their inoducts sue shipped to all parts of the United Stales, bringing In large sums of money every year. They employ twelve tnen and have a feed department io con nection. Our farmer readers should note this, and when in need of somethine In Ctlisltne, give them a call. The Wellington Jmlling Company also pay tbe blithest &b ptico ,fcr all kinds of wheat and (rain. This is an establishment of which firci!lzons are Justly nroud. and that diany others equally extensive may locate lure in luc :ature Is our wisti. C. B. L1NDSLEY. Owing lo the great competition in every Lionel! of trade in all classes of buslneas enterprises must be pushed in a lively and energetic manuer to foster success. This li true In the wagon and carriage husinees as well as aoythftig else. This branch o( business bas a leading represent live In Wellington In the person of C. 0. JLIndsley whose works are located on Mechanic ctreet. He has been in bus iness about three years, and so judiciously as bis affairs been managed that today bis concern ranks loremost anong the Itfst In the country. Every Job be sells of bis own manufacture is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, lie is whole sale manufacturer of road carts aad road Wagons and wholesale and rctsll dealer to1 buggies nod sleighs. In the manu facture of these goods nothing Is used but Cxo very Le. t material and band made 'mblcb account for the durability of his wrk. IIo makes a road wagon that is nipenor to any thing new In the market Sir. Llndsley, keeps one man on the road lulling goods all the time, and travels fear or lees hlmselt. He expects to put titfc Over 1000 wagons this year. He sends Els goods to all parts of the country Irom New York to Calilornla, and has estab lished a splendid trade in the South His business is toe of the most extensive in the city and results in bringing In a great feal of money from abroad. He Is also ffreral agent in Ohio and Pennsylvania for the celebrated buggies manulacturel by Rattcmsnn & Lutb, ol Cincinnati. Ur. Mndslejr sells 60 cheap goods, is a nice gcntlemnn to deal with, one of our best buslnvit incu and conducts a concern we are prc-ii''1 mention. mm l,h - ""t.i.'.,u...;i1in""'" r1 i i , ; - - ' - " - WELLINGTON MACHINE CO. Upon the magnitude of the operations of the manufacturing enterprises rests the solidity ol every town. These are tbe life blood of prosperity ami without them no town ia complete. It is such establish ments that we wish to mention at length and the first to claim attention Is the large plant of the Wellington Machine Company located en De Wolf street. This is one of the most extensive enterprises in the coun try and controlled by Messrs. F. W. Ben nett, II. S. LVnuctt, C. McDermott and C. II. Hoi-ton, all men or recoguized ability in a business way. They manulacture the celel rated "New Quaker" brick machine and several other special machine used in the manufacture of brick. The splendidly equipped works are built of brick and cover a floor space ol over 2-t.OOO square leet. The main building and n pint of another, aro two stories high. They have one of the best loundries in Ohio with a melting capacity of 8l tons daily. Everything is well arranged for convenience. Io the wood working department all the most improv ed tools are used, among which is a machine thut bores a square hole for roor Using. Ten machines can bo erected at the same time In the erecting department. The building is heated by the "hot blast" system, and the water supply obtained from tbe drainage of a half acre of roots into a mammoth cistern of 000 barrels capacity. The company ship theii machines to all parts ot the world, even to Australia. Those contemplating the purchase of this class ol machinery should see the "New Quaker" before purcbasing. The Im provements and advantages claimed for it are many and to numerous to menilou in detail, bat among others it is the Biuiplert machine in the market. Instead of souk Ing the clay 13 hours according to the usual way, this machine operates the "soft mud" process, by wh:ch clay Is thorough ly tempered with water, and Ihe brick produced in this manner are very superior( being perfectly square with sharp edges, square corners, solid and without grain. This machine is less expensive, brick can bemaaVcheaper.surt results obtained from any material that will make brick, and there is no machine on the market that will do the same quantity aud quality of work that sells lor the same price. The company guarantees ever' machine they sell to work exactly as represented. The Wellington Machine company have as establishment of which our people are Justly proud. They employ quite a foree of men in and about the works and dis play great energy aud enterprise In tbe management of business. All members of the company are interested In the growth and development of Wellington and al ways assUt In cver public enterprise to help tbe town. We append a cut of these works, though since tbe photograph lor this was taken, a storage building for machines has been added. Hit. C. K. niSEY. One of the most neresanry adjuncts to every city is a first class den'ul establish ment, and among those most promluent here Is that operated by Dr. C. K Hlacy, a dentist of established repute and ability. The doctor enjoys a wide reputation and large patronage. He giinniuiees all work to give satUUction and is prepared to ex tract and lurnish artificial teeth at the most reasonable prlos. He daa crown and bridge work in removable and solid gold, and has had twenty-one years' expe rience ut the profession, having been locat ed here for the past Ave years. His prac tice has become so extensive tbat patrons can only have work done by him by mak ing cngtiemcntt ahead. IVople alwas have a dread of the dental chair, but Dr. Ilisvy Las now secured a little device I ha: is guaranteed to free the patient Irom pain while extracting teeth. It Is called tbe dental electric vibrator ood with Ihe aid of this Instrument a mildly graduated electric current is furnished, benumblns the dental nerve so that the operation of extraction is absolutely painless. This in vention Is a great boon 10 the public and Alls a long felt need. Tup. ENrcnrnisK extends its but ohen to Dr. Hlseyaiid wishes him a rnnilnuunce of bis splendid WORKS OF TflR Wfl.I.TNOTOV WAOntNH COMPANY. BOWLBY:& HALL. . ' Tact, energy mid business ability always receive a reward In this country, and at tbe present time, considering the great amount of competition in all lines of trade, no one can hope to meet with any reasonable decree of success at any business unless they have experience and can master the details appertaining "here to. No branch of commerce requires more ability to snccAssfully operate, than the grocery trade and among those who lead this line in Wellington is the firm of Bowlhy & Hall whose store is convenient ly located on the north sldi ot the square. The firm is composed of J. II. Bowlby and II. W. Hall, both gentlemen ol re cognized business ability. Their business was started by Mr. Bowlby aboui twenty years ago and was conducted by him un til eleven years ago, wbeu Mr. Hull was admiited as a partner. The partnership has been a great success and by their courteous treatment of customers, good goods and tow prices they have hosts of friends and be come known throughout tbiseotire section. They occupy a storeroom 0.1 feet deep and .25 wide, completely rilled with a large and finer line of stiple and fancy grocer ies, canned and bottled goods, spices, crockery, etc. than Is usually found In places ot this size. They also handle salt lime and balr at lowest prices. Both proprietors are practical grocerymen and make It a point to always keep a better grade of everything in their line than competitors. People are finding this true, and at a result tbe firm are continually ad ding to their large list of customers. They roast and grind their own coflees tbu giving customer this article In Its full aromatic strength and purity. Their crackers, bread, and other bakery product are tbe freshest obtainable. The crockery department contains a full lino of earthen ware, glassware, chlnaware and queens ware. Bowlby Si Hall's grocery is among tbe best In this suction and wo have no hesitancy about recommending It to our readers. Try it when you visit Welling ton and conviace yourself of these state ments. CHARLES L. PYKE. The degree of refinement possessed by any community Is apparent from the inter est tbe people take In art music snd liter ature, and reasoning from this standpoint, we are ahead of most towns of our size No finer works of art are displayed any where, In Lorain county, than at Charles Pyke's photo studio ou the north side of public sou ure. Mr. I'yke is one of our most enterprising business men.' and a visit to bis gallery will convince any one that he possesses more than average ability as an artist. He bas recently reduced tbe price of his bind pictures from $4 00 to $2.00 fur the coming thirty days, and to every purchaser will be given a chance to obtain a Hie size crayon portrait tree, val ued at $25.00. He also slates that the plo lures are to be the very best. His rooms are elegantly fitted up and the light and appurtenances are all first class. Ilemakca a speciali) of fine cabinet work and cray- Dorlralts. Do not fail to sen Mr, Pyk when In Wellington if you need pictures. He bas had six years' experience, at bis profession in the best galleries iu Ohio, enjoys a large patronage und can please you. C. A. WETTHICH To tbe mile porii ,u of the town noth ing is so essential as a strictly lira class tailoring estiblishmtiiit. Mr. Wottrlch carries the largest stock of sultinits ol any establishment here. His place af busi ness li coiivculiutly located In the Bene dict block near tbe corner of the square. Ills stock Includes an elegaut und stylish line ol Huntings, overcoatings among other things. He la a practical tailor and makes a special study ol tbe fashions every month. lis Is a- young man and camo to Wellington from Cleveland, some lour months ago. At tho present tlm Mr. Wettrlch is closing out his winter stock and can offer some rare bargains to Ihe young men or the vicinity, lie Intends soon to have In a large, floe line of spring iioods tbat all should examine. He also has a laundry agency and makes a special ty of cl.anlug and repairing clothes. Mr. l:;l'iilVi2:Jii'''J'''' Weltr'cU has made hosts of Mends here I and stands well In the community. He commands the most stylish class ol trade and his prices are always very reasonable. He is reliable and will treat all In a com. mendable manner. Call and see him be fore getting your spring suit. WAIT & OTTERBACUER. One of the best kept livery stables In Lorain County is to be fouud here in Welllnuton conducted by these popular gentlemen on the south side ot Mechanic street. The business was commenced about two years ago by E. II. Waite, who is an expert horseman. He conducts business on the most approved principle and makes a speciality ot conveying traveling nu n to the surrounding towus; cnrriageti also furnished lor weddings, funerals, ball!', etc. Owing to the rapid increuse in buainess, Mr. J M. Otterbncb er was taken in as a partner last fill and both gtntlemen are doing all in their power to make their stable stand among the very best. Those in need of rigs can Jo no better than call here where satis faction will be given. Everything is kept in tbe best ie sir aud the mnet stylish turnouts furnished on short notice. Give Wait & Otterhacher a chII when you want to take a drive on bnxlne&s or for pleasure, you will always find iheirt ac commodating gentlemen. IL G. HOLLAND, V 8. Only a lew years ago the study of tu diseases ol domestic animals was uuheard ol, but with the advancement of scientific research a new field was opened for study, and today, mary of the brightest minds of this country are eugaged in this pursuit aud doing much to alleviate the ravnges of disease among animals. Prominent among this class ot professional men, lu this section, stands Dr. R. G. Holland who has been practicing here lor the past foui years. Ho is a regular graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College of Toronto, Canada and thoroughly understands Ihe scientific treatmeut of all cases. He has established a veterinary hospital on East Main street where animals in need of a long course ol treatment are received aud propei ly cared for. Dr. Holland Is also the inventor ol an improved operating table lor performing surgical operations upon horses and other large aolmals,whieh Is a modnl of perfection. He Intends lo soon have one made lor use at the hospi tal as a specialty of surgical work will be made. The doctor's practice extends over a Urge territory and be Is daily called to treat very valuable horses. The farmer and stock raiser It fast learn ing that it does not pay lo have valuable animals treated by pretenders who only possess a meager knowledge of the norse'tj anatomy and often do more haiin than good.' Doctor Holland Is a young man and Ukes pride lu hU protesslou. His success has been very marked, and satis faction is given In every case. He Is es pecially recommended to stockmen as otie upon whom they may depend. II. C. HARRIS. The boot and shoe business comprises quite a largo portion ot tbe business Inter ests of eur city and to properly conduct such an enterprise requires considerable commercial ability. We have several well equipped houses here engaged io this line ot trade and foremost among them ranks that conducted on Liberty street by II . C. Harris We can measure a man's energy bv his success and judging from (his, we predict for this enterprising young man a brilliant future. Ut begun business about seven mouths ago and by square dealing V ' grv and honest methods has secured popular ity scarcely equalled, it not unnrBne.lnni, ed In comruereiiil history. Mr. Harris occupies a room 30 x 00 feet In dimen sions and has always on hand a large stock lor LU customers to select Irom. Everything he s lls. urder recommend. Is guaranteed to be exactly as represented, t pon loosing oyer the stock wc notice. in. ladies' fine shoes, Pingree & cimith's man. nfiicture; aLo thoo of Johnson and Hurry Gray. In men's footwear the stock Iswellassoited, and a fine, lino of rub ber and felt goods is kept. Mr. Harris always sells at the lowest consistent prices ami is winning" lois of Iricnds by such metnoiis. tie hus a nicely fitted store and everything tben In systematically arrang ed. He also does impairing nnd all work entrusted to his charge will be promptly and m-atly done. He employs the best help in all departments. Tim Enter puihk can conscientiously recommend Mr. Harris to Its leailers und we trust those In need of lootwear will cull upon blm. We assure everybody kindly treatment and lull value for every dolliir they In vent. That this p pulur merchant may have a continuance of his past prospei ity In tho future, is our wish. WILLIAM RININGER. Ttiic Entkumuhk desires more especial ly, In this historical review of Wellington's interests, to dwell largely on those men who have been connected with tbe town longest, and who are the Dioneers in trade. so to speak. Mr. Wm. Rinlnger, the sub ject of this sketch, has been In our midst since itwo and has a most creditable busi ness carter to look back oyer. Prior to engaging la business here, the gentleman bad owned a stock of goods at Attica, O., since 1841, but on accouut of the superior trade advantages possessed by Wellington he moved. Hit success has beVti largely due to the fact that be always bus beeu foremost iu every trade enterprise and sells goods at "rock bottom" prices. He owns the pleudid brick block occupied by bis store at the northeast corner of the quaie opiosite the American House, and every dollars' worth of stock is paid lor. He always pays cash lor everything he buys and Is therefore able to give the ben eflt of discovnis to customers. In bis stor we find a large and complete line of dry goods including prints, muslins, dress goods, notions, ribbons, etc. He has ele gant dress goods thai are sold at four cents a ynrd and good sheeting at five centa. A largo line of carpets and wall paper In va rious patterns will be found here which are sold at bargains Id tbe boot and shoe department, Mr. Rinlnger has a splendid stock and can sell a good ladies' shoe at from f 1.00 to 125. In the grocery de partmcut la lound a nice stock of staple and fancy goods sold at very reusonable prices. He is headquarters for teas and flue drawing coffees, put up by Chase fc banborn of Boston. In tin cans. He sells a fine tea for fifty cents a pound that can not be excelled In northern Ohio. Mr, Rinlnger is a straightforward business man, has never failed nor never com promised, makes It a practice to live on prlnciplo instead of rascality and is cheerfully recommended to our readers- IL 8. HOLLENBACH. Io reviewing the lndustrlul iu stitutions of Wellington we desire to call special attention to the flrst-clars tailoring establishment of Mr. R. S. Hoi lenhach, who is an adept at this business. He Is one ol our most respected citizens, has been in qur midst for the past twenty years and is eminently worthy tbe patron age of the locality, tie has, In eeaon. all the popular stylet and samples of the best custom made work. Hit trade ex tends among the farmers living adjacent to Wellington and his work always gives the best satisfaction. He alms to always give tbe best g -odt for tbe least money ami will guarantee a perfect fit io every esse. Mr. Uollenbach can make a suit of clothes for you much cheaper than It can be purchased lu any city. Hit establish ment Is it especially recommended to the people and it it to be hoped that his suc cess will continue year by year. When In need of clothing be sure to call at this place, Il will pay you to do to. ,E. CHAPMAN. Wellingh us a flist .lass ' Implement Douse located or " . . . . ... ,, ,. uuciea "J this geiC , . .,, IlrtQA.' . Npcnanic nueei ui Ing an. exclusive lln,, in large quantities can.SKL f ,nBn those handling oilier goods 'bsJlineci))n, ' and from this standpoint, MrSjnn can offer our farmers better bargain agricultural' machinery than any ono else' lu this section. He buys everything direct irom me iiianuiuctii-ers and sells on the very lowest tetuis. na handles the cele brated "Superior" and "Buckeye" grain drills. Also he sells tho "Champion" reap- ' ers and mowers and n ants to have a talk with eyery person v ho contemplates buy ing any machinery of this kind. He can ': prove that the "Champion" will verify its claim to tho name when brought Into com petition with other machines. The famous "Oliver Chilled Plow" is also sold, and to those who need a plow next season he will please you on prices If you want the very best. Mr. Chapman Is agent for ihe Baker & Starr wind engin e nnd "Tiger" and " Thomas" hay rtkes and tedder. He has ' been in our midst In business lor the psst year and become known throughout Lo raiu and adjoining counties as a dealer In whom reliance can be put. His ware room is at all times filled with goods and should be visited to be appreciated. Wagons and buggies ore sold, too, and no one tan afford to have a wagon built to order when It cau be purchased at euch low figures here. Re pairs for all kinds of fami machinery are kept, or will be furnished on short notice. The Enteiii-rise extends a cordial "greet Ing to Mr. Chapniau and is glad of his sue cess. E. WELLS & SON. These gentlemen are conducting a neat harness store on Liberty street. This It one of the oldest business houses In the city, the business having boen estahlfshed by E. Wells, Sr., about twenty live yeara ago. Ho it a busluess man ol well known abllliy and one of our most highly respect ed citizens. E. Wells, J r , his son, has been a member of the firm lor tho past lourteon years and both gentlemen aro practical workmen, thoroughly convers aut with all the details of their work. They carry In slock all kinds of light and heavy harness, robes, whips, hhinkets, trunks and valises. Repairing is also neatly and prorhpily .'one. This Is one of our most substantial und eor.sei yatlve busl flrmsand we can cheerfully recommend it to our lurmer readers as one ol the best places In this county lo buy this line of goods. A trial will conv nee any one of Ihe truth of ourstatemenls. MRS. F.D. KELT. On the east side ol public Mjuaro one door south of the American house this lady keeps a first-class millinery store. She has in stock all the latest si lea of millinery g,ods including hnis, bonnets artificial rloweia, plumes, ribbons etc. Mrs. Fell is closing out her winter stock snd ladies can secure tome ruro bargains in this line. It will pay. to examine the stock If you contemplate buying. She -will ' also soon have in a lnrge' supply of spring goods and in season an expert-" trimmer will bo employed and but and bounais will be trimmed attor ihe most approved cliy fashions. Mis. Felt bat been In business here almost oae year and by honest treatment of customers hat now a lurge nntronage which Is constautly ou ihe Incrosse. Mrs. Fell Is a cultured and refined lady and Ihe Ektf.h.'kisk unhesitatingly recommends Its readers to try her tiore lor millinery goods. DR. W. L. HOLBKOOK. This gentleman Is one of the Holbrook Bros., who located here 15 yeart ago, over Benedict's shoe store. He succeeds II. J. Holbrook and now has an office over Harris' shoo store. Thero are four of the Holbrooks that are dentists nnd all have been engaged in the business here. They have done over $10,000 worth of dental work for the ieople of Wellington and vicinity In the past 15 car. Dr. Holbrook lias made a repii union for -skillful work, insert teeth without plntes, does tiorcelulii and gold crown work, makes gold plates and Is very adept at filling teeth. He extract . teeth without pain, employs honest methods ami does not resort to sensational advuj-tUing. He works for the best people and takes pride In bis profession. lie Is a respected cit izen and worthy patronnge. WILLIAM VISCHEIt & SON. On Liberty St. we find a large piano and organ emporium conducted by these gentlemen. Their establ isbment it one of the largest lu northern Ohio and bss been hero for 25 years, being known throughout Lordln and adjoining counties as one of the best placet to procure an organ, to be found. Wm. Viscbrr & Son am wholesale and retail dealert in the Estey organs and pianos, and the writer was Informed tbat the firm bad sold, on an average, one organ a day, Including Sun days, for the past fifteen years Tbe com pany tbat manufacture (be Estey claim lo make and box an Instrument every 17 minutes. Ylscher & Son are pleasant and ' accommodating gentlemen and occupy four large salesrooms wherein their splen did stock is kept. They have on band at the present time over 100 Instrument!, They are general agents lor about half the 6tate and are energetic, pushing talesmen who ire thoroughly master of tbe organ business. They guarantee evety instru ment told to do just as represented.and tbe people hive found them straightforward business men, henco Ihe patronage receiv ed. Tub Enteiii-iiihb Is pleased to give favorable mention or this firm and confi dently expects to see a continuance of tbeit larae business wi h a steady Increase year by year. Visit Viscbrr & Bon when vou think of buying a piano or organ Jeara prices, and extmine theEstey.whlch it tbe acknowledged best in tbe wot Id. 1 i I, .-i.fl pv.V., 1 J- '