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J. C. WINK, CDITOR 4 PROPRIETOR, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20. 1907. 1907 FEBRUARY 1907 Su. Mo.Tu.We.Tb.Fr.Sa. LI AAAJL111 0iii2J3 J4J56 7 819 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 MOON'S PHKSES. r Third c T: Q Quarter 0 p. T:5J -v Til at in 11:35 t Quarter iv p.m. ,Full fft 1:2 i:Moon 40 a,m. Cu'ooa 12 p.m. Capt. Hobson says Japan could whip the United States, wbinh moves the Bliz zard editor to remark that the only in ference to be drawn from thia is that the Captain, for aome reason uninentioned, would not be able to personally take a band In the orimmane. Chief Justice Fuller, of the Uuited States Supreme Court, has granted a writ of error in the case of a negro convicted of an assault upon a young girl because there wore no names of negroes In the Jury box from which the panel was drawn for the trial of the condemned man. This la the first time lu the his tory of thacountry where an attempt has been made to test such a question. Thb House at llarrisburg on Thursday last passed, by a vote of 175 to 0, the bill fixing two cents a mile as a maximum rate for passenger railroad fares. The bill now goes to the Senate for concur rence, and that body Is expected to be fully as expeditious in Us action as the Uuuxe has been, although, "as a matter of courtesy," it will perhaps not be too hasty. Two cent rates are coming and that speedily. Thk Washington Tost hands out this hot one to certain professional men: "The law' most dangerous enemies are not the criminals upon whom it imposes penalties, but those members of that greatest of all professions who live and too often thrive by perverting law, by teaching clients how to evade tbe intent of the lawa and by using every means at their command to secure the acquittal of men charged with felonies whom they know to be guilty as indicted," The speech of Senator Knox, of Penn sylvania, against tbe ousting of Mormon Reed Smoot from the United States Sen ate, was tbe ablest and most ingenious argumeut that has yet been delivered on that case, and is doubtless very "consti tutional," but Senator Knox would have been fust as popular with Pennsylva Dians and tbe country at large bad be allowed the occasion to pass without say ing what be thought. No legal giant is strong enough to produce an argument that will convince tbe great mass of the American people that a Mormon should ait as a lawmaker in tbe United States Senate. The latest matter to receive legislative probing will be tbe subject of high priced breadstuff and life necessities. Governor Stuart bas approved the joint resolution creating a committee of two senators and three representatives who will insert tbe probe deep enough to ascertain if tbere is a conspiracy to keep up to an inordinate ly high altitude tbe prices on such victuals as butter and eggs, market products, meats, bread, milk, pie, scrapple, angel cake, terrapin, flab, frankfurters, choco late eclaires, oysters and other necessi ties. That's right, and while the com mittee's at It wn hope they'll make 'em cough np the reason why tbe price of very ordinary red liquor is kept 'way up out of reach of the impecunious but ever thirsty lusher. Let's have the whole truth of this outrageous conspiracy laid bare for once and for all ! Few stories of recent disasters have been more terrible than that of the sink ing of tbe steamer Larcbmont in Block Island Sound, Tuesday night of last week, says tbe Oil City Blizzard. The mind is filled with horror at the picture of tbe helpless victims on the doomed vessel swept by the icy waves, freezing to death while yet making aome hopeless effort to escape tbe death which confronted them. One passenger, who had gained a place in the captain's boat, is described as going insane from his intense suffering, and with bis pocket knife stabbing him self in the throat, finally falling to the bottom of the boat, where he lay unheed ed by the other occupants, too dazed and cold to interfere. With tbe exception, perhaps, of tbe steamer Slocum disaster, nothing more piteously horrible than the fate of those ill -starred passengers and crew of the Larcbmont Is recalled In re cent times. The collision in tbe night; tbe awful Incidents which followed, and then, the following day, tbe washing ashore of the Ice-encased bodies of scores of victims will be recorded as prominent among o'her wild and gruesome trage dies of the sea. Out of a passenger list of over 21)0 less than 30 were rescued. Hon. N. P. Wheeler Visits Washington A Washington, D. C, dispatch under date of Feb. lti, makes this reference to our new Congressman ; "Nelson P. Wheeler, who was elected to the next Congress as the successor of Joseph C. Sibley from the Warren, Pa., Congressional district, has been here for a few days learning tbe ropes and becom ing acquainted with his new colleagues, lie made an excellent impression upon all those whom be met and gives promise of making a useful member. Although elected from the Pennsylvania dutrict, Mr. Wheeler la a native of Western New York, having been born at Portville, Cattaraugus ueunty, and is well known in Jamestown. Mr. Wheeler left for his home this alternoon tut expects to return during the clotting days of tbe Congress and to attend the lumbermen's conven tion which meets here about the same time. . - - niimlnpt lumberman, Mr. Whooler gninod decided distinction In not only being elected from a disttict that has Bent men to Congress who secured national repu tation, Mich as Glenn I W, Scofield, Cbas. W.Stone, Win. L, Scott and Joseph C, Sibley, but he gainnd g renter distinction by the clever way in which he outwitted such Pennsylvania political managers as Major McDowell, of Mercer county; O. D. Weakley, of Yeuango county; and ex Slate Seuaior Comings, of Warren coun ty, and carried off tbe prize last year. An interesting story never published is con nected witb the lattor distinction, "Tbe many friends of Representative Sibley in that district after vainly at tempting to induce him to withdraw bis lettur declining to be a candidate again, evolved a plan whereby be would be nominated and elected without being a condidate. To this end It was deter mined to dead-lock the convention until the time arrived for all of the candidates to withdraw and to nominate Mr. Sibley as tbe only man upon whom they could unite. When the convention met it waa found that the three delegates from War ren county were instructed for Mr. Cum ihgs, the three from Yeuango for Mr. Wiley, the tlyee from Mercer for Mr, Whitla, tbe three from Forest for Mr, Wheeler, and the three in Elk for no -one in particular. As eight votes would be required to nominate, Mr. Sibley'a friends believed that they could carry out their plans and especially as a trusted man or two bad bad business over in Elk couuty about the time those dele gates were elected, and it was also bintod that Mr. Comings' business interests had also taken him to that county about tbe same time. "Forest county, the home of Mr. Wheeler, was uot taken into considera tion. It was the smallest county in tbe district and it wascbet-ky for the Repub licans of that county to expect the nom ination. But right here was where the Sibley boomers made tbeir mistake. They should have taken tbe quiet, lum berman from Endeavor into considera tion in all the moves. It was anticipated that the convention would remain in deadlock for weeks, butcn the very first day of the couvention tbe three Mercer delegates got away from Major McDowell going to Mr. Wheeler, giving bim six votes and then two of the Elk delegates swung in the same direction and made tbe nomination before tbe Sibley boom ers could grapple with tho situation, or as Major McDowell put it, 'had bad time to spit on tbeir bauds for tbe teal fight.' " ELECTRIC EXPRES3 WRECKED. Twenty-One Killed, Two Fatally Hurt and 145 Others Injured. Twenty-one persons dead, two fa tally hurt and 145 others more or less seriously injured, Is the result of the wreck of the electric express train on the New York Central rail road at 205th street and Webster avenue, New York, Saturday night. Of the large number of Injured, 50, according to hospital and police re ports, are seriously hurt and the death list may be increased. With the clearing away of the wreckage interest centered In what the authorities may do. Perhaps the most significant statement was the one made by Coroner Schwannecke. He had secured a statement ironi Motor man Rogers of the wrecked train. In this, according to the coroner, the motorola n said that he was run ning on schedule time when the acci dent occurred, and he admitted that the speed of his train was 70 miles an hour. Rogers, the coroner said, de clares that he did not know anything was wrong until an eighth of a mile beyond the place of derailment. Then, said the coroner, It was another eighth of a mile before the motors came to a standstill. Rogers declared the mo tors did not leave the tracks. Coroner Schwannecke In an Inter view said: "I am skeptical ns to the statements of the motorman because the ties show that the motors and first cars were off the track an eighth of a mile from where they stopped. "I have nn Idea that one of the mo tors left the rails first. I have a part of a rail which indicates that this Is so. It appears to me that a spreading of the rails caused the disaster. I think that one of the motors hit a sec tion of the track with force enough to cause it to Jump off. The smoker fol lowed and swung the cars following completely off the track, breaking the coupling. If the train had held to gether there would not have been a disaster. When the rear cars broke loose they ran wild for a distance and finally turned over." When the wreck occurred the three rear coaches, filled with passengers, were thrown on their right sides just above a sharp curve at Woodlawn Road bridge. The shock was terrific. People were hurled violently from their seats and most of those who were killed were pitched through the windows as the cars slid along on their sides. The third rail held for a time but finally broke with a flash and a roar seen and heard for a great dis tance. It was between the wreck of the "current" rail and the main track thnt the bodies were wedged. They were held here as the cars bounded along and in this way were terribly mangled. That the state railroad commission Is preparing to make a searching In quiry into the wreck was made evi dent. Henry N. Rockwell of Yonkers, a member of the commission, notified tho officials of the New York Central railroad that he had been instructed by the commission to require the of ficers of the road to furnish It with the details of the wreck. A represent ative of the commission said that the demand would be complied with. Hon 'h TliNI We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any ease of Catarrh, that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney A Co., Props., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F.J. Cheney for the last 15 years, hih! believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations mado by their firm. West fc Traux, wholesale druggists, To ledo, o., Wai.ihno, Rinnan a Marvin, wholesale druggWtx, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Price 7fio per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Testi monials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. We brag about doing our duty Just aa if we hadn't been made to before we would do it. Neighborhood Notes. Tbe Titusville Herald says a robin, be lieved to be tbe first of tbe season, was observed Thursday on East Walnut street. Butler, being without a public library, la informed by Mr. Carnegie's secretary that tbe former would be willing to assist when tbe town bas shown Its willingness to do Its part. Ou account of tbe Impurity of K man ning's water supply, citizens of that place are contemplating asking the court to re strain the local water company from col lecting water reut. It is said that an Adams county editor was dismissed from church for singing In a loud voice during the singing of a fa miliar hymn tbe following words: "Let every kindred, every tribe, on this ter restrial ball, put down tbeir dollar and subscribe, and we'll receipt for all," lirookvllle ia to get the benefit of gas competition, A company whose business appears to be in the bands of local parties, bas secured the right of way fur piping the streets and alleys to bring natural gaa from about Bell's Milis, which is very near (p town, where a substantial supply la available. That the late Hon. S. C. T. Dodd left but a modest fortune, not more than $;UK),00(, will be a surprise to those who believed the published reports that bis services with tbe Standard oonuuanded as high as $250,000 a year.' His salary Is not thought to have been moie than $25,000. Franklin News. The plan to have tbe portraits of the President Judges of the county hung in the Warren county court room seems to be working out, as one of former Chief Justice Thompson was presented last week by his sons, Col. J. Ross and Gus- tine Thompson. While addressing the Supreme Court January iiO, 1874, Justice Thompson fell dead. Tlonesta Reading Club. The ladies of the Tionesta Reading Club will close tbe season with the meeting to be held May ISHli, next. The season has been a profitable and interesting one to the members, tho theme being a study of tho social and political history of Russia. The program for the balance of the year is as 'ollows : February JOth Paper Hanseatic League, Mrs. Haslet History, Mrs. Irwin Reader, Mrs. Watson February 27th raper Crusades, Mrs. Hopkins History, Mrs. A. Carson Reader, Mrs. Sharpe farch tith Paper (Jcnghiz Khan, Mrs. Proper History, Mrs. Gaston Reader, Mrs. Hopkins March lSlh Paper Exile System, Mrs. Holeniau History, Mrs. Adams Reader, Mrs. Davis March inih Paper The History of Monastic Institu tions, Mrs. Jos. Clark History, Mrs. AVatson Reader, Mrs. Dewees March 27th Paper Power of the Tsar, Mrs. Derickson History, Mrs. Davis Reader, Mrs. Wenk April 3d Paper Ministries, Mrs. Wenk History, Mrs. Haslet Reader, Mm. Troper April 10th Paper Government of Provinces, Mrs. Kelly History, Mrs. Hopkins Reader, Mrs. A. Carson April 17th Paper Gendarmerie, Mrs. Gaston History, Mrs. S. T. Carson Reader, Mrs. Sharpe April 4th Paper Grand Dukes, Mrs. Sharpe History, Mrs. Davis Reader, Mrs. Adams May 1st Paper Church Government, Mrs. Dewees History, Mrs. Clark Reader, Mrs. Kelly May Sth Paper Kremlin, Mrs. A. Carson History, Mrs. Iloleman Header, Mrs. Watson May loth Paper Catherine II, Mrs. Holeman History, Mrs. Derickson Reader, Mrs. Gaston May 22d Paper Nicholas I, Mrs. Watson History, Mrs. A. Carson Reader, Mrs. Wenk May 29th Paper Alexander II, Mrs. Adams History, Mrs. Davis Reader, Mrs. Derickson I bad been sick for two years with backache and kidney trouble. With great effort or pain could I get out of a chair or bed. I tried all the leading kid ney cures, and doctored with one doctor all winter, but got very little relief. After taking-three bottles of Thompson's Ba rosma I was entirely cured, and bave been for three years. My wife also had been troubled with' her back but one bottle of Barosma cured her. P. M. Smith, Plum, Venango county, Pa. Dunn fe Fulton. Good Farm for Sale. A farm of 80 acres, 20 of which are un der good state cultivation, young orchard, never failing spring o;' pure water, good house and outbuildings, located on tbe line of the B. A O. railroad, at Pigeon, Howe township, Forest county, Pa for sale at low price and on easy terms. Also two town lots. Property within 40 rods of good school, churches handy; a splen did opportunity for any one desiring to farm. Consult N. B. Swartsfager, living on the farm, or write Peter Hanes, De wittville, N. Y. 2t I had a sore on tbe back of my hand for over a year, caused by cutting It on a barbed wire. I used all tbe different remedies, and tbe doctors opened it and treated it, hut it itrew. worse. One bottle of San-Cura Ointment cured tbe sore in two weeks. E. A. Thompson, Hutchin son, Kansas, San-Cura Ointment, 25o and 50c. Dunn A Fulton. For Sale. A .'10.000 capacity saw mill complete, suitable for sawing long timbers; boilers and engiue of 120 h. p. AIhOj two 40-aere farms witb improvements, and wild land adjoining. Josiaii Work fc Sons, tl Clarington, Pa. I told my wife I did not care whether I lived fifteen minutes or not, I felt so weak and miserable. Six bottles of Thompson's llarosma completely restored my health. M. R. Waid, 01 Prospect St., Tiiusville, Pa. 50c and fl.OO. Dunn Fulton. Cream of the News. Some mon blame their wives every time It rains. Thompson' Barosma, Kidney, Liver nd Bladder Cure bas no equal. It al ways euros. 0O0 and fl.OO. Dunn A Fulton. A woman in love doesn't care for the ring being diamond. Pine Salve Carbollzed, acts like poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively used for eczema, for chapped bands and lips, cuts, burns. Sold by J, M. Morgan. People are less Interested In what you did than why you did it. Tbe best shoes for tbe least money are to be found at the Hopkins store. For men and boys, women and children. The soubrette has the laugh on the comedian who gets none. Eczema, pimples and any skin dls eases are quickly cured by San-Cura Ointment, Wash with San-Cura Soap, 25c each. Dunn A Fulton, A young mau always sneers at the love affair of a widower. Dade's Little Liver Pills thoroughly clean tbe system, good for lazy livers, make dear complexions, bright eyes and happy thoughts. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Tbere would be no fun In tbe world for anybody if everybody had It. Z. T. Drake, McQraw, Warren coun ty, Pa., bad a felon on his hand that bad kept him awake three nights. San-Cura Ointment stopped tbe pain, drew out the pus, and healed It completely, San-Cura Ointment, 25c and 50o. Dunn it Fulton. Sometimes a girl is shy of a young man because he is sby of money. "Pinen!ea"(non-alooholic) made from resin from our Piue Forests, used for hundreds of years lor Bladder and Kid ney diseases. Medicine for thirty days, $1.00. Guaranteed. Sold by J. R. Morgan. Usually tbe average man's good judg ment shows up a few minute's late. I wasafllicted thirty years witb piles aud spent $500 for pile medicines. Two bottles of San-Cura Ointment cured me, and I have bad no return of the piles In three years. James Lynch, Enterprise, Pa. San-Cura Ointment, 25o and 50c. Dunn it Fulton. Kuropatkln's History of the War. General Kuropatkln's History of the Russo-Japanese war, which was con fiscated by the Russian government, has at last become accessible, despite the most extreme precautions to pre vent this gallant official Indictment from reaching the public. The work consists of three bulky volumes respectively devoted to the three crucial events of the war, the battle of Lino-Yang, the battle of the Sha river and the battle of Mukden. The voluminous general orders, sta tistics, reports and other documen tary matter have been collated by Colonel Bolkhovetonoff of the general staff. These, with the "conclusions" which have been formulated, consti tute most amazing revelations of dis organization and incapacity, and even disobedience of specific and urgent or ders, on the part of certain general officers entrusted with high commands In the field, notably General Kaulbars, against whom a formidable Indictment is framed, saddling upon his shoulders practically the entire responsibility for the crushing defeat at Mukden. Agreement on School Question. The San Francisco school controver sy growing out of the segregation of Japanese school children has been settled. The basis of the agreement reached at the White House onfer ence Is that Mayor Schniitz and tne timbers of the school board shall, immediately after the passage of the immigration bill as reported by tho conferees In congress, abolish the Or iental schools and again admit Japa nese children into the white schools. The president and Secretary Root gave the San Franciscans assurance that If the bill is not passed at this session of congress an extra session will be called Immediately ifter ihe adjournment on March 4. The abolition of the Oriental schools applies, of course, only to tho use of them by the Japanese PROCLAMATION. Whereas, The Hon. W. M. LIndsey, President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions in and for the county of Forest, has issued his pre cept for boldinga Court of Common Pleas, Quarter Sessions of the Peace, Orphans' Court, Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, at Tionesta, for the County of Forest, to commence on the Fourth Monday of February, being the 25lh day of February. l()07. No tice is therefore given to the Cor oner, Justices of the Peace and Con stables of said county, that they be then and there in their proper persons at ten o'clock A. M., of said day with their records, inquisitions, examination, and other remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertain to be done, and to those whoare bound in recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that are or shall be in the jail of Forest County, that they may be then and there to prosecute against tbem as shall be just. Given un der my band and seal this 28tb day of January, A. D. 1907. A. W. STROUP, L.8. Sheriff. Confirmation Notice. Notice is hereby given tbat tbe follow ing accounts have been filed in my office and will be presented at the next term of Court for confirmation: First and final account of C. M. Arner, Executor of tbe last will and testament of Lewis Weingard, late of Harmony town ship, deceased. Fiual account of J. E. Chltlster, Guar dian of Wayne Patterson. J. C. GEI8T, Clerk of Orphans' Court. Tionesta, Pa., January 28, 1907. A. C. UREY, LIVERY Feed & Sale STABLE. Fine Turnouts at All Times at Reasonable Rates. Itear of Hotel Weaver TIOITEST-A.. IP.A. Telephone No. 20. : Notice. I We have just Completed An Inventory Usual result find we have a lot of goods we shouldn't have articles that possi bly you should have. We have placed these on center tables and marked them at prices which make it easy. A nice lot of Dress Goods is included. G. W. ROBINSON & SON I Timely Tips For Early Birds. TAILOHIXG For people who want the best and are willing to pay a fair price. We are showing our Dew spring se lections of choice woolens oue suit or overcoat only in each piece. We are bonking a limited number of orders for Easter delivery. Our tailoring is cut and made in our own workshop. Our output is not large and we shall eccept only orders that we can execute with satis faction to ourselves and patrons. Mil IM S TO OKDEIt. Our new materials for the coming season in madras, percale, oxford, linen and flannel are now being shown. White Shirts from SI 75 each Colored Shirts from 1 50 each We take your measure and deliver the shirts to you. No fit no pay. Order early and secure the best selections. THE McCUEN CO. 2b AND 29 SENECA ST.. OIL CITY. PA. Fred. Grettcnberger GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, En gines, Oil Well Tools, Gas or Water Fit tings and General Illacksinithiug prompt ly done at Low Kates. Repairing Mill Machinery given special attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Shop in rear of aud Just west of the Shaw House, Tidioute, Pa. Your patronage solicited. FRED. GRETTENBERGER Jos. ffl. &&mn PRACTICAL BOILER MAKER, Repairs Rollers Stills Tanks, Agitators. Biijs aud Nells Second - hand Boilers, Etc. Wire or letter orders promptly at tended to. End of Suspension Bridge, Third ward, OIL CIT, PA. TRIAL LIST. List of causes set down for trial In the Court of Common Pleas of Forest County, Pennsylvania, commencing on the Fourth Mondav of February, 1007: 1. T. D. Collins, F. X. KreStler, F. K. Brown aud W. W. Dickey vs. L. 8. Clougb and T. E. Bradley. No. 5, Sep tember term, 11MJ5. Summons in Eject ment. 2. Catherine Bailey et al. vs. Ida Hammond et al. No. 1, September term, 1005. 3. T.'D. Collins vs. South Penn Oil Co. No. 12, November term, 1905. Sum mons In Ejectment. Attest, J. C. GEIST, Prothonotary. Tionesta, Pa., January 28, 1907. DR. KENNEDY'S "FAVORITE f. felEDY Breaks no Hearts, Excuses no Crimes. rr. David Kennedy's FAVORITE REM EDY i not ft disguised euumy of the human nice; where it cannot help, it does not linrm. It is composed of vegetable ingre dients aud does not liout or iuflume tho blood but cools and purines it. In all cases of Kidney troubles, Liver complaints, Con stipation of the Bowels, and the delicate deraunemeuts which allliet women, the ac tion of Dr. Kennedy's FAVORITE REM EDY is beyond praise. Thousands of grateful people voluntarily testify to this, in lotters to Dr. Kennedy; and with a warmth and fullness of words which mere business certificates never possess. It makes no druukiirds excuses no crimes breaks no hearts. In its coming there is hope, and in its wings there is healing. We challenge a trial aud are confident of the result. Your druggist hue it. ONE DOLLAR a Bottle. Bear in mind the name and address: Dr. David KENNEDY, Kondout, New York. An Extension of Tim. Welcome News from Headquarters. One More Week of Our Great Clearance Sale. We just received this wire: "Continue your 'great clearance sale for one more week; you must have much room for spring woolens now being shipped. HOME OFFICES." This Means To You One more opportunity to secure Suits and Overcoats made to personal measure at $12.25 Suits and Overcoats Choice or the House. The Glasgow Guarantee Of complete satisfaction in fit, style and quality or no pay, goes with every garment made here. Yotr take no risk or chances when we make you a Suit or Overcoat. A few great bargains in Trousers, just to clear out the stock. 22 SENECA ST. Tionesta lias a Carriage & Machine Bolts Horse Collars and . Sweat Fads. All sizes of Pipe and Fittings. Best Granite and Tinware for the money. Let us show you how to have a Complete Bath and Toilet Room in your Country Home. Remember we are continually increasing our stock of hardware. Come and see us; if you cannot come, telephone or write to the Tionesta Hardware. The Best Shoe News Yet. One lot of Men's $4.00 Patent Colt Shoes, new, nobby styles, now $2.95. Sycamore, Seneoa aud Centre TRY REPUBLICAN OFFICE for your next order for Job Printing. We do everything from a large Poster Sheet to a Printed or Engraved Calling Card. WANTED: by Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and ad joining territory. Salary f20and expenses paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No Investment or experience required. Spare time valuable. Write at once for lull particulars andencloseself-addressed envelope. Address, GENERAL MAN AGER, 134 hake St.. Chicago, III. 8-l-10t "Cfiamfierlaln's Cough, Remedy Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough. Made to Measure MUKtt OIL CITY, PA. Hardware full stock of Lubricating Oils by tbe Gallon or Han el. Streets, OIL CITY, PA THE JORKNZO FULTON, Manufacturer of and Dealer in HARNESS,- COLLARS, BRIDLES, And all kinds of HORSE FURNISHING GOODS. TIONESTA, PA.