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C.y H PALMER & CO.
Monday morning I visittd the Well ington Bending Works established here twelve years ago by the above mentioned firm. This is one of the principal manu facturing industries of Wellington, producing carriage wood stock and bicycle handles. The factory lies on a nhit of srrouml two and one-half .f in vtent. on the southwest mropr of the eoruoration. in a tri angle formed by the junction of the Big Four and Wheeling and Lake Erie railroads. Substantial brick and frame buildings have been erected on the grounds. The main factory is ....., nttnMw.,1 to it. is a brick JiM.vtn ci....v..- - vrmntnre 2SxS2 feet. Both b'u ldinp ... afries. These factories are equipped with labor saving machines some of which are the special myen tion of Mr. li. C. Branson of the firm. A feature of the interior is the cean liness and freedom from shavings, ,.w.,liist and oilier waste or hn Hani- able materials. F.very machine lias attached a blower, with pneumatic .,w. ,.V.w.h nnrrv off all saw-dust fjUUCt " " " ! , nnd shavinirs as the refuse is made thP machine in operation. That was an admirable feature of the this fac tory. It demonstrates the up-to-date Mitprnrise. of the manufacturers a is a health feature also, making the -,f i.iiiiiloves more comfortable and pleasant. In this regard it is a feature worthy of rnnlat .on by all iiwnufaet-.irers wl'O ha-e any regard for the physical well fare of their work people. The prodiiet of this manufactory is sold all over this country, and much of .it. it exported. Just at the present time this 'plant is largely supplying the export trauc with bicycle handles. I am an old and experienced bicycle rider and T can say advisedly, after a thorough examination of the handles made by this concern, that they are superior to all other handles that T have seen made in this country. That they are far nnd way beyond any thing niade in England or Europe goes without saying. They are the most durable and .the most conven ient bicycle handles made anywhere. The output, is now over 400 dally, but the factory has the machinery and facilities for turning them out in un limited quantities. There are employed in these fac tories some 60 men. They earn good wages and their weekly earnings form no insigniflceant amount, of the sum annually required to pay the liv ing expenses of Wellington. WELLINGTON FLOUR MILLS. Saturday morning I visited this flourishing industry and enjoyed the courtesy of J. U. Shelley, who became the proprietor of this mill in Febru ary of 1S97. With but a cusory observation I found this to be one of the most thor oughly equipped, up-to-date flour mills in this county. The building stands 204 feet on the ground immed iately ajacent to the tracks of the Big Fowr railroad. The structure is built on such a solid foundation of rock and cement, that throughout the interior not a vibration can be felt from the motion of the machinery. The engine of 1.10 horse power is built on rock and cement as solid nnd immovable as the "rock of ages." The boiler is likewise solidly constructed, and both the engine and boiler rooms are kept scrupulously neat and clean, demonstrating the care and thorough attention of the engineer and the pro prietor. This mill is equipped w ith the Odell full roller system. There are I t sin gle rolls, 22 reels, H Smith purifiers, invincible scourer, the latest inven tion up-to-date eornsl)e'.!er and corn crusher, a stone mill f r corn menl nnd a perfc-t system f.r r-i'lint' t'v N-t patent llo.ir tluil can be pr.i.l ved. The mill provided with ; great stora'.ye r.mm li.n'n;.' a e-ip-uity inr the stii-i'iic of 1 There !s :n :ul for feed 1-MV daily. The iii'ipit'.:i! n.'O bushels "f .-.-T-tin. T:m:,! s?u) .:v Vnoiu i c.-spnei; v (if ! 'iti lirn ts a fine hi I - III throiir'.i.i-t this u-ir ?r it liiis iiei-M Mild, the "!ln!-;e of W elm two other MK 1 rotten t. aiitl ' he , N 1 vvhe Iv 1 1 :! t ,':in H't ll":. CleeC I whs much nle;isod ith t and tin' Hour it rro'iiuvs. 1 advised'v tl'et the mill i-; 01 hen in this eetintrv v.-' vrt product is etpi.-ii to a tured. v ma nil r:ie- J. rv1. OTTE r:S4CHER. Wedru -ulay lifter dinner 1 visited the titore ujhI .simp.- ot .1. M. Otterbuelier. This is the largest and luie.iNoinest of all rVe estiililisliinenls of vlmtsH'ver kind in Wellington, and out? of the finest devoted lo the harness business I have neeu in the country, it is such a store as oi:e p-m-rally encounters in the broad, fashionable business streets of metropolitan cities, like New York, lvhilndcl!hia or London. Kiifrland. In deetl on stepping into this store, I could easily iniiiia'ine myself entering ne of the swell harness shops of Ue pents street, the fashionable shop thoroughfare of London. Neifher Curtice or (iibsoa Jiros. of New Vork and London-, have larger show rooms nor do thev make, a finer display of harness than does Mr. (Itterkieher here in Wellington. J. M. Otterba-her has loen establish ed here for over 21 yeofs and hns al- Mva been one of the progressive busi mm men of the town.- His special isjiwTifatnre and .tonide force in fine WmtfMk Coach harnetw for fast tho- irhbndff. ftrotters and snow norsea. Ilis harness has gained an enviable reputation nil over this country and many customers of this establishment can be found among the wealthy per sons of New York, Philadelphia and other large cities. Mr. Otterbacher Iso does n large wholesale business in all grades of harness, saddles, horse collars and other riding and driving paraphernalia. His show window is the prettiest of all the stores in Wellington. The cen tral figure in this show window is a life sized, grey horse, made from paper mache and painted to look as natural as life. The horse stands in the win dow fully dressed in a set of fine car riage harness, while handsome colored robes are drapped about his feet, mak. ing a very attractive picture. The show rooms and working departments to the rear of the show rooms are in a substantial brick building 20x100 feet occupy two floors. The display of made up stock is large, including ev ery article coming under the nomencla ture of horse trappings and carriage furniture. Besides this store carries a large and varied stock of trunks, va lises, carriage robes, etc. An adequate force of expert workmen are employed and none but the very best work pro ceeds from th'eir hands. Mr. Otter- bneher is one of the public spirited citizens of Wellington and has been forcnost among the business men who have actively interested themselves in the town's moral and commercial pro gress. His business has leen an im portant factor, adding to the business reputation of Wellington abroad, through his shipments to all parts of this country. I would recommend farmers, horse men and fill ethers to trade with this establishment, as the work made here is superior, and is so recognized by prominent gentlemen horsemen in the east and other sec tions of this country. Mr. Otterbacher is also an entensive wholesale and retail dealer in fire wood for all kinds of stoves and fur naces. He carries a large stock of this fuel and is prepared to supply any de mand for it at short notice. HOTEL DE FOOTE- I found but one hotel really entitled to rank under the nomenclature of "first-class." This house is the Hotel De Foote. It is a modern structure fronting the park square, stands removed from the street walk, in the center of pleasant grounds, beautified with grass lawns and flower beds. The prospective to the house is charming. A wide walk nnd roadway leads up to the front entrance, where a broad flight of steps is the approach to the veranda, which extends from the office door. The lawn and walks are shaded by fine trees and the whole aspect is most inviting and restful. The house is elegantly furnished throughout and is lined with all modern conveniences. 'I'!.,, ilinin.r room is a well appointed rtnn.nl llitl SI! 11 1 to (llllC 111 III1U ,- ,iinir all' who come. All the rooms i this house : c;,ti!ated and ire modern, large, wen a cmim-mm:-. (i-.t-i. ..nr.M.s .... supplied with everv 1 commercial element of Wellington and ' ..... r . I . Tf .i-venieiiee. .Nothing is lacking . . . ... . .... i ..t.i iiicii retined and oiiuiin-u ir..inc .insider neeessarv for comfort and cu-rect living. Commercial men who . ,:;!' to Wellington patronie this hotel, for as a rule they are a luxury h. ving class of men, well dressed and well-bred, and they demand the liest hotel accomodations. Nothing less will satisfy them. Said a prominent traveling man to i. ,e. whom I met in Cincinnati a short time ago: "When you go to 'Wellington, stop it rW- "Foote." Tts the only place everything the best and right up-to-date." Mr. (5. T). Foote. the proprietor, is an ideal host, one of the old regime of gentlemen honifaees. G. D. FOOTE'S LIVERY B'RN- This gentleman also owns the fines livery, feed anda!es stable in Well "ngton. It is the most conspicuous brick structure on Main street, and it has an admirably arranged interior. There are twenty stalls, carriage bouse and lofts. The building is fit ted with elevators for lifting1 to the second floor, and every convenience invented lor the use of a modern, first-class stable is utilized in this es tablishment. There are twenty or more horses in the livery, above the average, and a number of them are speedy roadsters. Mr. Foote person ally anperintend this establishment nnd has made it widely popular with farmers, horsemen and the commer cial travelers. VThenewr yon are In Wellington and want a first-claw road horse and a spic-and-pan rig, Foote's In the place for yon to get it. A. G. & G. L. COUCH. -have both been prominent in public af Tuesday after dinner I visited the i faira 8 wel1 alwa's their establishment of A. G. and G. L. ' Couch, the leading furniture dealers f and undertakers of Wellington. I met -Mr. G. L. Couch, who is also ! the present mavor of the town, Mid f thP m.,vt Pntppnrisinr PitWpn Mavor Couch has for years, identified ! himself with everv effort made to in- crease the prestige of Wellington and his public spirit extends to his purse as well as physical efforts. The busi ness of this firm has been established for over fifty years and is one of the j pioneer industries of this county! The factory and warerooms are lo cated about the center of the town. It is a substantial building of two stor ies. The firm carries a large stock of furniture, including quartered oak bed chamber sets, tables, chairs, dressing cases, iron and brass bed steads, etc. I noticed particularly their handsome rattan rocking chairs and settees for summe use. One of the most elegant pieces of furniture that attracted my attention was a divan or bed-lounge, upholstered in beautiful ribbed velvets of different colors, and brocaded in elegant de signs. -A pretty chamber set for a Miss or young woman's room is a pure white enameled set; the bed stead being iron, with brass rails, posts, tops and ornaments. The wash- stand and dressing case are of white enamled wood with brass drawer handles and ornaments. In the upper warerooms are displayed, handsomely framed engravings and colored repro ductions of famous painting. The stock of tables useful and ornamental is large and includes a numerous var ietyto suit all classes and tastes. The firm does upholstering of all branches. This is one of the best establishments of its kind that I have ever seen in this country. The stock is solid, well made, honest furniture and is worth the examination of any persons who contemplate buying. I recommend , any such amonp; my readers to see lines. Then I noticed the ladies and this stock before making erly pur-1 pentlemen's outfittinrs and the no chase elsewhere. tions, etc., all complete and contain- FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. WM. VISCHEH & SON. Last Friday I visited the Organ and Piano warerooms of Wm. Vischer & Son. The firm occupy two upper floors in the Vischer block, one of the notica ble business blocks of Wellington. The building fronts on Main street 30 feet and -has a depth of "5 feet. It is a well constructed, modern building- of three stories. On the seeond floor this firm have their warerooms ami con servatory and devote the third story to a storage room for extra stock, etc The business has been established here 22 years by Mr. Wm. Vischer. Eight years ago he admitted his son, Mr. W. 15. Vischer to a partnership in the bus iness. This frm are general distributing agents for the famous Kstey Organs and also handle a full line of pianos wholesale and rotail. The firm have always been progressive and occupied ; tnis section ci me c...n,;ry. .-r. ,.... ;.t-,..p nin- ;i will, r.-r 111 ta t ion as an - i -- -earnest ucces.-lul tiuiness man ano . . . . financier. He nas.been prominent in the e.hication::l alTairs of this town and county, ile has been the presi dent of the Home Saving F.ank since its organization in .Inly. l-fl. I found a fine ilis'day of orirans and pianos car ried in Me.-srs. Vi-her's warerooms nnd conservatory. H. WADSWCRTH & SON. The lumlier y.irds and shops of H. Wadsvvorth A- Son are located in the south central part of Wellington, con venient to the Hig Four and the Wheeling and Lake Erie railroads. Thev have been established here over twenty years and do an extensive business throughout Lorain county. All sorts of lumber are handled by this firm. Their specialties being building' lumber, sash, doors, blinds, dressed lumber for interior finishing, porch columns, fancy sawed and made up lumber for porch and outside and inside decoration, balls, posts, brack ets, rail, etc., in fact all the made np artiules in the nomenclature of build ing materials are manufactured and dealt in by this old and reliable firm. They have furnished building mater ials for fine houses all over this country, and they are right up-to-date in all rJieir business methods. Their shipments in ear load lots of lumber, shingles, etc. entitle the firm to rank among the leading shippers and busi ness men of Lorain county. Mr. Wadsworth, sr., has been a esi- dent of Wellington or in the county near-by for 62 years. De and the jun ior member of the firm are progress ive men a beast of the times, and they DSI enoris lowarus cx.enuing commercial reputation of Wellington. A lae present time iaey mivrm uu-.r iaTaa ana warerooms apiemuni .-k 01 everytning m xneir line, an., i to recommend persons who contem- Plat new buildings or repairing old ul'luf lu ""-"H present opportunity for low prices. Look over their stocks, make a con tract and leave your order with this firm. Thereby you will save money nd ass,ire1 of Se,tinK first-class building materials at bottom figures. WM. RININGER. Thursday morning last I visited (he department store of William Rininger, which is the most extensive establish ment of its kind that I have seen any where in -Lorain county. The build ing is a brick structure, three stories high and fronts the public square. In the interior is displayed a wonder ful stock of goods, such a stock as one can generally see only in the largest department stores in metro politan cities. I noticed particularly the great display of dress goods. There were silks and satins, woolen. cotton and linen goods; fabrics do mestic and imported; a stock com prising in its nomenclature every thing in the line of ladies' dress goods of the latest paterns and colors, now being displayed on the counters of the largest stores in Cleveland, Cincin nati or Xew York and Boston. I no ticed especially that there were no common or shoddy goods among this stock, but that every pattern of the very complete stock of varied fabrics was of the better grade to the finest quality manufactured. In one depart ment I noticed a large stock of wall paper, cheap, medium and the finest styles and patterns. The. boot and shoe department and the grocery de- partment .ire very larpely stocked -with everything' in their respective ing the most varied and comprehen sive assortment of everything sold unoer ttus description. It is a model department store and up-to-date in every detail of the big interior. There are three stories carrying a stock of goods to suit, all classes of patrons. and prices rule about one-third less than is asked for the same identical goods in the larger cities. , o person in Wellington or the county surrounding should wish to go away from home to buy when they nave nere at tneir elbows, so to speak a store that carries in stock every thing that they could possibly see in tne larger cities. Sensible people al ways prefer to deal with merchant- with whom they are acquainted and from whom thev have always received fair values for their expenditure From all sides I have heard this is the case when you deal at Mr. T!in- nger's store. He has been establish ed in WVlli 112-ton .'tl years .anil h., been identified with its business pro gress and reputation through all these years. He is one of the best known merchants in Lorain county and has been ever active with his means and his personal work for the upbuilding of Wellington and its com mercial credit. DAUGHERTY. HELMAN & nn WTienpver you roms into Vpllin,rt and tironu-nade lhroM'S v-.ct .....i 3. -..-.' unu West Jlain strt-et. you uill take a special look at the clothing emporium 'ji ini.s rrin. o matter vil,..,-u have ever bought t-lothintr before or gentlemen's underwear and outfittings, or fine headwear, ami no matter hnw many neat exhibits of these irarments you have seen, not in any of the larg est cities, will you observe a more at tractive stock of goods so advantage ously displayed for the customer's careful inspection. One is conscious at a glance that nothing shoddy, old style, or of poor quality is to be found in fhis assortment of well made goods. They are in cut, style and finished workmanship, thoroughly up to date. Whatever article you purchase in this establishment is sure to be as it is represented, and honest use, will but demonstrate its satisfactory quality. I nave been led to write ithis from what have learned of this firm's business policy, and from the statement of some of their patrons. This firm has been well established and thoroughly identified with Well ington's business inuuntries for a num ber of years. It is the only exclusive ly clothing house in this region. have noticed in-their stock the sub stantial clothingmade by the high grade manufacture rs of clotling. IDQrtTTlTrTT r TT I TJ S 1TTT?I7T4 nr any rmiie of enmt1pat!oB. Cutearpts are the Ideal Lsxa ADdUliUirjlil UUflftttlUrjCiU tiTe.nfTerrriporfripe.hiit raoweMTnaPinUresnlU. 8- nlesad booklet free. Ad. STERLING BEJIEDI $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $i 50.00 erery month girenaway to anyone whs sp. .dies through us for the nott meritorious patent during the month preceding. We secure the beat patents for our clients, and the object of this offer is to encourage inventors to keep track of their bright ideas. At the same time w wish to impress upon the public the tact that IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, such as the " car-window " which can be easily sfi J op and down without breaking the passenger's back, ' sauce-pan," "eollar-button," "nut-lock," "book, stopper, and a thousand other little things that most any om can fiod a way of improving; and these simple inventions are the ones that bring largest returns to the author. Try to think of something to invent. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patents taken out through us receive special notice fa the " National Recorder, published at Washington, D. C.which is the Dest newspaper published in America in the interests of inventors. We furnish a year's sub scription to this journal, free of cost, to all our clients. We also advertise, free of cost, the invention each month which wins our $150 prize, and hundreds of thousands of copies of the "National Recorder," containing a sketch of the winner, and a description of his invention, will be scattered throughout the United States among capitalists and manufacturers, thus bringing la then attention the merits of the invention. AO communications regarded strictly confidential. Address JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., Solicitors of American and Foreign Patents, 618 F Street, N.W., Box 385. Washington, D. C. Cj?" RtircHcl editor othit fafer. IVriUJtrou SO-tagifamphUt,FREE. The Coast Line to MACKINAC TAKE THE TO MACKINAC DETROIT PETOSKEY CHICAGO New Steel Passenger Steamers The areatest Perfection ytt attained la Boat Construction Laxurlous Equipment, Artistic FunilshiRi, Daccrattoa and Klllc lent Servica, insuring the highest degree of COMFORT, SPEED AND SAFETY Four Tain rat Wwc Bitwccn Toledo, Detroit and Mackinac PETOSKEY, "THE 800," MARQUETTr , AND DULUTH. LOW RATBSto PIctareaqiM Macklaaeaad Retara, Including riaals aad atortas. Froas Cleveland, SiS( freat Toteda, fig; rraas Detroit, SiJ.go. DAY ANO NKJHT SERVICE. Between Detroit and Cleveland Connecting at Cleveland with Earliest Trains for all points Bast, South and South west and at Detroit for all points North and Northwest. fsadsjTrlssisiis, Jlr,t tndleet 0r EVERV OAV BETWEEN CleveIand,Put-in-BayToIedo Send for Illustrated Pamphlet Address A. A. SOHANTZ, a. . a.. DBTaOIT. MtOM. TU6 Detroit i Clevelanil Steam Iaf. Co. Therefore I can recommend the stock to my readers. The members of the firm and their assistants are Hve young members of the progressive contingent of this town. They are gentlemen of irreproachable public and private con duet and are heartily interested in the wellfare of Wellington, moral and ma terial. PRATT & HERRICK. This linn have been established in Wellington for 13 years in the grain and feed business. The business is a general retail trade in grains, chopped feed, corn meal, cracked corn, brand, middlings, mixed feed and flour. They are also dealers in potatoes. The ware house is located along the llig Koiir railroad tracks, and .therefore, it is most conveniently situated f.ir receiv ing and shipping. The firm is the leading one in this business of this reirion. and their business connections extend all over the country. They are extensive buyers from fanners tliroi!L''!nut this region, paying the highest market prices for the staples mentioned. They handle a larse amount of flour. Their stock of thi!s staple includes five or six different brands. The principal brands are tho.-.o made by the Wellington flour mills. After these comes the flour made by mills at Shelby, Lotli and other M)ints. A feature of the warerooms of this concern is the arrangement of the in- tuiif.F f., f.w.ll i 1 ! 1 1 n T i li i tin n11 1 ucr rtt , ivrt . ..... . . i.q ... uu........ the commodities and the large .tot carried at all seasons. The building is a brick s,tnicture, three stories in heighth, including the basement as one story. The interior is equipped with everv convience, such as scales. - ru. A lit: 111 111 lime IWU 11 VI luitr scales. One is built in the roail front-! ing the building for weighing the heaviest wagon loads. Messrs. Pratt and Merrick are both progressive men, j up to date in their business and enjoy a wide popularity througnout tne county. Moreover, they ore men not ed for their integrity and fair dealing. paying the Highest market prices for everything in which they deal and sell ing at most reasonable profit to them selves. I recommend them to all my readers. Mood' Bestore full, rrfnlax action naj. aj of the bowels, do not irrt- (19 . 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Absorb1, rlc'inKe t.ho iinh1 iumngM allay i puln an inJlauimattoti, halrt the moih, proten'tH th niein brttne from nriiUtiomil cold, rerttor'H the netinc! of tiiHle and ttitieil. It Will CnrelCOLD'NHEAD A particle is applied into each nos tril and is agreeable. Price 50 cents at druggists or by mail. ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St., N.Y. PARKER'S CINCE3 TONIO .j" lAMg Troublw, Debility. dlrfi-Mrinf utonuch fta 1??ual0 Ills, and to Doted tor muiug mraa vhm all oUm trtront fmilft. Trtrf mother and iQvaJid thonld have H. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM CImbw and beanUnt tfat bctft Proatout a loxuhaiit fnnrth. aervr .rails 10 iienora uif Havlr In Itaa Tnrathrtil Oolow. Com scalp dtaeaN hair tWiin. HINDERCORN9 Th.ocJjso Cms. Slop, all pain. Makes waUunf mtj. lie. UDti& Wanted-An Idea I Who ean think some sunDle thing to paten if Protect your Ideas: tber may brtngvoa wealtk. Write JOHN WEDDERBURN A CO., Talent Attn neya. Wasblngton, D. C for their 1.J0 pnae eiwlpet n two handred InTentlons wanted. 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Sll,"1",! iuiuiry you will find our rates are always lower -",T,Ti'E3S o F. Hornpr,G'n'l Passenger Agout, CleToland, 0.! i.mb f ; 1. ... i . ECACS CEEAM BALM Is aposltJnxrar. Aifp Sto tin nostrils. It Is quickly absorbed. SO acuta eADrntrelsta or by nail : samples lot br mall. SLT iVUOTHEKa, M Warren St, New York City. SDR. CALDWELL'S YRUP PEPSI J CORES INDIOESTION. II Toilet paper, 6 rolls for 25cts., at tha Enterprise office. T I iiusnsinwnissswaswaw I , 'ai Mtir-isr . in,' ,fi a gi Till a.' 1