Dubois Pittsburg Post in Dubois, Pennsylvania
1 Nov 1894

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Dubois Pittsburg Post in Dubois, Pennsylvania
1 Nov 1894

Read an issue on 1 Nov 1894 in Dubois, Pennsylvania and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Dubois Pittsburg Post.

Browse Dubois Pittsburg Post

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 1 Nov 1894 Dubois Pittsburg Post in Dubois, Pennsylvania. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Get started for free with a 7 day trial.

DuBois Pittsburg Post (Newspaper) - November 1, 1894, DuBois, Pennsylvania 8 thursday morning tue Pittsburg Post. November i. 1894. Hews the bums bless Paine s celery compound <s>sxgt�<s>��<5 ��<gxsx5xsxxsxg a a Xgo a it it it it it a a a its i ,111 it Quot Quot ii to Matt a fikh hit by Simkiss doral links Contini is to move Forward. Or. Caldwell a record. He started a a Pennsylvania Railroad clerk. Or. And by mrs. It to Ruff were restored perfect health. Golden chances offered to women shoppers. We it the local Ren Are doing freight Busine still continues to Boom and cars Are getting scarcer. Tile officials the Eastern and Western roads entering in Pittsburg and Allegheny Are much encouraged by the Good showing the past several weeks. The month october has showed a remarkable gain in freight business Over previous months the year. The shipments Coal and Iron orc were especially Large and the prospects Are that the november shipments will exceed the october record. There remains Only two More weeks the Lake season and the Coal and Ore shipments Ara sure to keep up to the limit during that time. It is estimated that the amount Coal sent to the Northwest by the lakes during the past three months is greater than at any equal period in Many years. This was caused by the strike in april and May which caused most the Coaling Points to become exhausted. Secretary s. P. Liggett the Pennsylvania company in speaking the present freight business said a the Ore shipments the Pennsylvania company lines for october Are far ahead any oth a month for a Long period. The general freight shipments have also made a very satisfactory tonnage. Roads East and West Are doing a Fine business and would be doing even better were he cars forthcoming. We Are hardly Able to fill the orders but manage it pretty Well considering representatives other roads make similar statements saying their lines Are taxed almost to the limit. A. O \ president Newell successor. Or. In w. Caldwell who has been elected to the presidency the Lake Shore a Michigan Southern railway to succeed the late John Newell is a former Pitt Burger and has been a Railroad Man for 44 years. He started at i the Bottom first going into the service the Pennsylvania Railroad company a clerk. This was in 18s2. And three chars later he became a civil Engineer. In 1855 he was made superintendent the Pittsburg a Connellsville Railroad and in 1859 took the superintendency Ute Central Ohio railway. He held that position for years and then became general superintendent the Columbus. Chicago a Indiana Central railway. In 1874 he was made general manager All the Pennsylvania company lines West Pittsburg and was stationed Here until 1882. When he was elected vice president the Nickle plate. He was also appointed receiver for that line and october i 1887. He was elected president which position he now holds. Of no matter what you May Purchase you will eave $1 to �2�?sometimes More. Often buy two pair for the Cost one. Every shoe sold is with our warrant. The Peoples store. By Dof d. Burness bringing bargains. It does no to matter women a Sealskin lace straight Fox glazed kid top. Narrow opera toe. Patent tip. A to cult sizes $5.00 Box whether the weather is warm la i Cool. Ladies know that it i must get Cool soon and when i they see such exquisite stylish women a co Dovene calf lace. Extra heavy Bole. Piccadilly toe Patent lip. Widths $3.90 i capes and jackets our advertisements Are never the result hallucinations we set before you what we have not what we imagine you Are never disappointed at our store. Knights their gauntlets 15c a May 25c a to Dall sizes. Women a Dongola lace. Parent tip and trimming. Cloth and Dongola tops invest Hie Cork sole. Welt Ana flexible sole. All styles sizes 0q and a Iii ins. Laird a Standard motto women a Vici kid Button an old time truck. When the track the mad River a 1 Cincinnati Railroad which was the first 1 be constructed West the Allegheny mountains was Laid it was composed Eros Lee and scantling Laid along these to which strips scrap Iron were fastened. Only two feet the track remains. It is part a siding leading to an abandoned Grain elevator in Tho big four will Likely place it exhibition. A there is no doubt that the life most women at the present Day is a Complex one a says the a ladies Home i a and in the Large cities the demands made upon time and strength i Are legion. No wonder so Many fall by i the even women the i know what fatigue weariness resulting from overtaxed nerves that is More intense and More i depressing than anything know n to tired Muscles. When frequent headaches and neural i give warning that the nerve tissues j Are not being fully repaired after hard work anxiety fun Lier mischief will avoided by feeding the brain and in the land making Sunshine hopeful faces and ready smiles where there was sadness and the weary looks despair. Mrs. Jennie a. Ruff Hose portrait is Given above writing from her Home in be be a mich., says a my husband has had a stomach to Outhie for Over a year. From which he Pat n tip Quot text tile soles Iii All style toes sizes mid widths regular Kie so shoes .4 l. I 0 women a Dongola Button Patent tip flexible sole All latent toes All sizes had widths regular $1.69 12.50 shoe a. Women a Dongola Button Patent tips. Flexible soles All styles in lasts and toes All sizes Aud widths regular $1.50 and $2 shoe99c�?$1.24 i at Bitch Low prices As ours then i they re going to buy anti that i is what they re doing right along. I take for example fur a cape5. There Isnit one that a you can buy Here that Isnit a carefully selected fur Satin lined throughout Long and w Ith the new wide sweep. In fact just i Tho Cape you want and eau rely . Long reversed Coney capes at $6, $8 and $10. Heal Astrakhan capes at $6.75, $9, $13.50, $18.50 and up. Fine electric Seal capes a splendid imitation the genuine but prices about one-twentieth�?$9, $13.50, $16.50 and up. Marten edged Wool Seal capes 50c 75c dest shoes for least Money. E privileged classes offered the tortures a daily death. 1, he could eat scarcely anything and Means Ana me 1 we at he did eat soured his stomach. To an Abac 1 to t Sparks from the rail. The passenger trainmen the Panhandle will appear in their new uniforms to Day. P. S. Pyle the dispatcher s office a Union depot has gone to visit his friends at nit. Joy. A. The Atchison Road will run Homo seekers excursions to Texas during november and december. Mrs. A. B. Crouch wife agent Crouch it the Pittsburg amp Western at Butler was a visitor in the City yesterday. John Mccune the Well known nigh Gateman at Johnstown has returned Homo after a visit several Days in Pittsburg. Cabaries p. Barthold assistant civil a Engineer the West Penn division 1 is duty after a three weeks siege illness. Conductor e. K. Bierer. Of the Fenn Sylvania Railroad is again punching a tickets after a three weeks attack pneumonia. A Pennsylvania Railroad local freight was wrecked at a Street crossing in Latrobe monday noon and not a person a injured. Trainmen the Mountain divisions the Pennsylvania and Baltimore a Ohio roads Rei Xart extreme cold during the nights. Snow has fallen. Lyman a. Jackson purchasing agent Evans a office. Pittsburg amp i Ake Erie has returned from Sheppler w Here tie spent his two weeks vacation. The Southern Pacific company is spending Many thousands dollars in advertising and line trains in order to get the Cream Southern passenger traffic to California. Conductor William French the Pittsburg amp Western has left for Conneaut let Ake where he will Hunt for Small game for a few Days and then will go to Virginia for deem. The Union depot employees were treated to All the attractions a Bench show yesterday. No less than a Hundred sportsmen left for Hunting grounds to be ready for the game season which opens to Day. Nearly every one them had from one to three dogs. Robert d. Johnston station agent at port Perry for the Baltimore a Ohio Railroad company the past year wag appointed agent at the Braddock station the company. He succeeds George f. Fuller who died last week. For the first time in Many years nerves with the wonderful Nutriment Paine a celery compound. Nature is a gentle Mother and soothes while she strengthens. Paine a celery compound builds up the body according to natures plan. The human machine must have fuel. This grand invigorate and strengthener is Able to restore the delicate nerves to robust health by feeding them rapidly and abundantly with the Peculiar elements they find it to difficult to extract for themselves from the Ordinary Hearty diet. A great nerve doctor famous in two continents says that any woman whose nervous strength is at All depleted must either take time to rest at any Cost replace the workout tissues with Paine a celery compound. A woman should never be too tired to smile. Paine s celery compound is to Day Busy in its Mission to Homes everywhere hat he did eat soured his stomach and caused him to bloat so terribly that life was Only a Burden. He tried physicians to no Avail and As i was taking Paine a celery compound he thought he would try it. In a Short time he was surprised to find that he could eat anything with no bad effects the bloating is All gone and his stomach is in Good condition. A i had suffered for years with periodical spells sick headache pen cannot describe what i suffered at such times. For the last two years i noticed thac my nervous system was getting All out order i had no appetite and was getting to be a Mer Shadow my former self. I was nervous weak could not rest nights and Felt gloomy and Low spirited. Before i had taken one bottle Paine a celery compound i began to feel like a new person and now. After taking six bottles i Arn enjoying perfect health. I have not had a spell sick headache in Over a year. My nerves Are All right my sleep is like that a healthy child and i feel More like one than like a woman 30. I do All my own work and bless Paine s celery compound for what it has done for me and mine. A we have used in our family 12 15 bottles Paine a celery compound. Doctors Bills Are now unknown in our Napoleons escapes. Iii de pot passenger agent John Kelly the Pennsylvania rail i it. I. \ a a ter Lay accidentally met major Elmer lower Cameron to. They were former associates in the Railroad business in the West when major Kelly was with the it. Wayne company at Omaha major Lowery was running Between that place and Cheyenne. Seemed to live in n charmed Circle and went about with no fear. In reply to the question in what engagements he considered himself to have been in the greatest danger losing his life Napoleon once said Quot in the commencement my indeed if further proof were demanded to show that he did not spare himself at Toulon it is Only necessary to add that during the to weeks its siege Napoleon in addition to a Bayonet wound in his thigh and three horses hot under him w Hile at the siege acre during the expedition to Egypt he lost no fewer than four in the same manner. During the last Days his life when Captivity disappointment and sickness had Well nigh completed their work it is said that the agony his fatal disease Drew from him Many occasions the pitiful cry a Why did the Cannon balls spare my a during his Long military career Napoleon fought Tai Battles while Caesar fought but 50. In the Early part his career he was utterly reckless danger while the Battlefield and this spirit fearlessness contributed largely to the love and esteem in which he was held by his armies. There was a curious belief among the English in Napoleons time that he had never beef Day for thanksgiving. The president issues his in Al proclamation. An in hat the american people should be grateful for. The proposed Farmer tax. Steubenville o., oct. 30, 1894. To the editor the Post How can the councils Pittsburg include Iii the ordinance to tax banners Selling produce a Farmers from other stale St when the touted states supreme court the 30th april 1894. In the cae i. W. Brennan plaintiff in error is the City that a no state can Levy a tax interstate Commerce in any form whether by Way duties Laid transportation the subjects that Commerce the receipts derived from that transportation the occupation business carrying it .&Quot if this decision protects Farmers living in Ohio. Why should Pennsylvania Farmer be taxed Post frat will resign. Bellefonte. A. Oct. 31.�?president judge a. O. Furst the Center Hunt Iii Don District announces that he will Send bus resignation to the governor to take effect november 15. He save Tho reason to takes this action is that he desires to resume his Law practice before Tho Spring term. Judge Furste a term expires the first monday january 1s�5. He says judge in this District has More work to perform than any other judge in the state. Backache is a revert by i smart wet planters. Bate a mediately re Carters Tkache from rent that he carefully if not in a cowardly manner refrained from exposing himself. Nothing could be More Contra to the truth for he was in reality several times severely wounded but As he wished to impress upon his troops the belief that Good Fortune never deserted him and that like Achilles he was Well nigh Invulnerable he always made a secret his Many dangers. He therefore enjoined once for All upon the part his immediate staff the most absolute silence regarding All circumstances this nature for it is almost impossible to calculate the confusion and disorder which would have resulted from the slightest report the smallest doubt relative to his existence. Upon the single thread this Many a life depended not Only the Fate and government a great Empire but the whole policy and destiny Europe As Well and a the Pittsburg Post feels certain that its serial history to begin publication in these columns monday november 5, under the title a military career Napoleon the great a will attract general attention. Washington oct. 31.�?the president today issued the following by the president the United states America. The american people should gratefully Render thanksgiving and Praise to the supreme ruler the universe who has watched Over them with kindness and fostering care during the year that has passed they should also with humility an i Faith Supplicate the father All mercies for continued blessings according to their needs and they should by deeds Charity seek the favor the giver every Good and perfect gift. Therefore i Grover Cleveland president the United states do hereby appoint and set apart thursday the 29th Day november inst., As a Day thanksgiving and prayer to be kept and observed by All the people the land. On that Day let our Ordinary work and business be suspended and let us meet misses lace and Button school shoes 300 pair women a Dong Button hand turned Eom Ruon sense toe j Plain sizes 2 to 4, narrow widths Cost us $3.00 single and heavy sole solid Wear-1 lug Dull Dongola to. Kangaroo calf at the factory for every tipped All sizes and Width a in Eul Venus knit Cia make flue appearing Price pai1 ,oui11.101 Liott 89c to $2.00. 74c�?74c. A m. Laird 404-4qe-4q8-4i0 Markst St., Pittsburg a. Bargains for Cash All this week a an exquisite Cape at $18. Monkey capos the rough fur you see so much $24 and upward. Then Tho finer capes genuine Marten at $60 and $70, Etc. Next genuine Mink at $75 and $95 and up Aud then real seat to As High As von wish. Silk Plush capes a few left those manufacturers samples newest capes that Are Selling fast at 50c the Dollar. Golf capes what kind do you wish cloth lined silk lined plaid fancy no wish that cannot be gratified Here at $6.75, $8, $9, $53.50 and up. Jackets it would take a whole newspaper to Tell you about them. You can see More in five minutes than you could read about in five hours. Everything that is new and Choice and desirable is Herta at $3.50, and by easy Steps 50c up to $25. Suits made in our own workrooms. No two exactly alike. The Price is just As Low As if you bought one a thousand fac Fri Niles. Equal in every respect to your dressmakers work except the Price. That a less than half. Old threw Down we Mark ours Down. Ladies gauntlets Black cloth were 50c now. Cause out Lomo sizes have yours. Ladies Cashmere gauntlets All shades broken lot. Idiosa Cashmere gauntlets Black All sizes to 7�?75c now. Ladies silk gauntlets Black 51 to 7 Nice too. Ladies Glace kids All sizes 4-Button, autumn and Winter colors a i eat bargain. 75c we cannot emphasize this Glove Strong enough it is an event in our Glove Trade sales. Ladies Black French kid suede mosque Aires 8-Buttou length a very Superior Glove every Way. Children a Glace kids�?4-Button 5-hook�?up to Ltd. Children should Wear gloves Early it keeps the hands shapely and softens the skin. Misses kids in Myrtle Reseda 4-Button were $1.00 now. Kayser reinforced Finger tip Cashmere. Ladies Black Cashmere Choice 3 weights. Lined kids for the children fur Plain tops 75c up gentlemen a coaching gloves dark English reds English Cut. Gentlemen a Saranac tan calf fleece lined. Gentlemen a Agoras fuzzy As we can get very popular. $2.00 $2.25 \ $2.25 $1.75 $1.50 75c 50c 35c 25c $1.00 $1.25 Motorman and Drivers own Ambon gloves fleece lined Buck calf double Palm tans .85c an extraordinary Opportunity a grasp it. Ladies stockinette lined Dent made driving loves 3 clasps by 11 8tidied with Gold. Ladies Black tank it m n t e s p a n a taffeta silk lined 4 clasp made by Moynier Grenoble France. Ladies Black English red kill taffeta quod self stitched it it clasps. A rare Aud excellent article. Ladies Long White Angora mittens to Wear Over evening gloves these Cool nights. $2.50 English Cashmere kid Palms. File Astrachan kid Palms j to inert kid mittens for Litt e folks Coney fur tops Otter fur tops j a from infants to j misses 13.j / gentlemen s dont made dross kids self stitched i clasp. Gentlemen a Dent made dress kids Seif stitched a a clasps. An article necessity every Many a wardrobe. Gentlemen s swell coaching gi., v i3 4, made by i ten to Stocki net lined. $2.50 a pleasure to Wear. See them boys double mittens gloves Wool a splendid bicycle Glove 25c up menus Oil tanned gloves not easily affected by wet excellent hard Wear Drivers. 5 $1.50 $1.25 75 is. A $1.73 $2.25 in dependable gloves that we can Recomb mend is the Rte Tanj i Bogg Allegheny. All credit sales suspended until further notice id accustomed places worship wounded and indeed the report was cur a and give thanks to almighty god for our Ion fur Henry Thoma an i Hoard Hill. Fast end hotel keeper is under s5<ju bail for a hearing Betone Alderman Toole monday a charge aggravated assault and Battery preferred by Mike Boden. Boden it is said is a prize fighter and was taken to Thomas hotel after a fight he had a it the Tim Scanlan at Mckee rocks october 18. A few Days after it is said. Boden left without paying his hotel by and. When Thoma met him the Street he struck him the head and hand with a hand Billy injuring him badly. Of do Alt in an open twitch. Scranton. Pa., oct. train no. 7. On the Delaware Lackawanna a Western Railroad northbound dashed into a freight standing an open a Witch at Foster. 27 Miles North Hen. At i clock this morning. Three persons were killed As follows Engineer James Lynott Scranton fireman Elmer Skull. Moscow fireman William Hose. Binghamton. The Cain was a through one from new York and was due in Buffalo and. 7 10 Jins morning. Preservation As a nation for our immunity from disease and pestilence for the harvests that have rewarded our husbandry for a renewal National Prosperity and for every Advance in virtue and intelligence that has marked our growth As a people. And with our thanksgiving let us Pray that these blessings be multiplied unto us that our National conscience May be quickened to a better recognition the Power and goodness god and that in our National life we May clearer see and closer follow the path righteousness. And in our places worship and Praise As Well As in the Happy reunions Kindred and friends that Day let us invoke divine approval by generously remembering the poor and needy. Surely he who has Given us Comfort and plenty will look upon our Relief the destitute and our ministrations Charity As the work hearts truly grateful and As proofs the sincerity our thanksgiving. Witness my hand and the Seal the United states which i have caused to be hereto affixed. Done at the City Washington the isl a a november in the year our lord eighteen Hundred and ninety four and the Independence the United states the one Hundred and nineteenth. Grover Cleveland. By the president w. J. Gresham Secretary state. Three new postmaster. Washington oct. president has appointed the following postmasters Jesse j. Blue vice s. B. Welch at Montpelier. O. Charles Ever vice George Russell at Napoleon. O. A Frank bean vice a. L. She to at Hamburg a. Of All Wool carpets 48e per Yard were 80e rugs at $2.75, were $5.50 bedroom suits $18, were $35 parlor suits $28, were $50 sideboards $25, were $18 wardrobes $16, were $30 a lot Odd bedroom rockers for $1.75 each that Are cheap at $3 a $2-75 chair for a each lace curtains for $2.75 per pair that formerly sold for $5.50. Everything Iii Stock Cut in proportion. A grand gala bargain week. For Cash Only. Hopper Bros. Amp 307�?wood St.-307. Co., the dishes and the Cooks. We. The housekeeper knows the trouble that conies about through the Peculiar w weaknesses Tome kinds Cooks and wino kinds dishes. The Cook that never Breaks a dish does no to exist but the Cook that Breaks the fewest is a treasure indeed. Did you Ever think that often its the dishes and not the servant that Are at fault me place our experience and advice at the service our customers in the selection Good dishes whether the finest porcelains the lowest priced Chilla. But if purchased Here it May be depended upon to be the very Best its kind and in no instance the sort cheap China that so Many department stores Are now Selling. T. G. Evans amp co., 43 fifth Avenue. Oar watchword Best goods prices right satisfaction guaranteed. Oc28-30-nol-3 bids for the free hair fire. The new Southside free Bridge i expected to be finished by november i next year. Director Bigelow has the specifications prepared and to Day will advertise for bids for its construction. The plans Call for a steel Structure to Cost approximately $400, i. Or. Bigelow expects to award the contract in two weeks. Farmers Deposit National Bank 66 fourth Avenue. Capital $300,000. Surplus $1,000,000 Campbell Smith 81-83-85-87-89 fifth ave. Nol it new books round the red lamp by a. Conan Doyle. The a red lamp a the Trade Mark As it were the English country practitioners office is the Central Point these dramatic stories professional life. There Are no secrets for the surgeon and a surgeon himself As Well As a novelist the author has made a most artistic use the motives and Springs action revealed to him in a Field which he is the master. The Lilac sunbonnet a love Story. By s. R. Crockett author a the St kit a the raiders a Etc. In this charming Idyl the author adds a rare Ataee and delicacy to the qualities sustained and dramatic narration which he has shown before. This is his first Long novel since a the raiders a and in the opinion competent observers it represents his finest Wrork. Love in illness a tale bar Harbour. By f. Marion Crawford author a Katherine Lauderdale a Quot Sara Cines Ca a a a roman Singer a Etc. With illustrations reproduced from drawings and photographs. Crown 8vo, cloth Gilt Price $2. Quot a Flash summer by author a love letters a worldly a a the water ghost and others by author a Coffee and a Pomona s traverse by Frank r. Stockton illustrated by a. . A Lillian Morris by author a fire and Quot the heresy Cain Quot by . George Hodges formerly Rector Calvary Church Pittsburgh. Quot wealth is commonwealths by Henry d. Lloyd. Quot history the Navy Quot vol. Ii. Completing the work by Edgar s. Maclay. A a Trilby is having a phenomenal Sale and is undoubtedly the Book the year. Nol-2t Atwood amp Mcaffrey brass a Iron pipe fitters amp machinists manufacturers my denier in Anees for steam Gas water and and Critchlow valves either Mill and Hydraulic machinery sure and Stop valves for Maine. Pipe work for rolling Mills steel works blast furnaces Coal and Coke Etc., promptly furnished and erected by experienced workmen. F hos coolers Tuy Eres and cinder notch Ripe fit i Ina. Valves and a Pili it Hydraulic work. Aiken duplex three four Way for operating All kinds under any desired pres works Etc., promptly phor Bronze elephant Brand castings applied promptly. Agents for the Cameron steam pump which is made in every possible piety and suitable for All purposes for which steam pumps can be used. Nos. 50 to third Avenue. Pittsburgh a. A carpets carpets carpets carpets prices Tell in the Story the unprecedented Success our great remnant Sale. Prices that bring buyers Are the kind we be made for this great event and you la have another week to take advantage them. To meet the demand for Quot Low priced a a Quot High Grade goods we add these to the great bargain list j. R. Weldin amp co. 429-431 Wood Street. The Jas. In caller president. John w. Taylor cashier. City savings Bank. Cor. A Lith axe. Ated a matk fetid it. Capital aka my bal is a. General Hanking spines Truman cited. A co trs in the mercantile Agency established Isil in g. Pun amp a. B. Westinghouse building Corner Penn Avenue and a nth stress. Pittsburgh a furnishes information a to the standing Buai neb men throughout the United states and Canada. Reference Boos issued quarterly. The beet lava ties for collection past due debts throughout North Amene. 150 pieces Best All Wool ingrain carpets at 50c and 60c a Yard reduced from 75c. 200 pieces Lowell amp Hartford body Brussels carpets at 75c, 85c and $1 a Yard never sold before under $1.25. Too pieces Best tapestry Brussels carpets at 65c and 7�c a Yard that have been considered great value it t. 5c too Rolls China matting will be sold now at 10c a Yard. 1,000 samples Brussels carpets for rugs 40c. 50c and soc each. Too Hassocks at 25c, 35c, 50c and 60c each a by their value. Whether you have been Here not Don t fail to come this final week the great bargain Sale. E. Groetzinger Ripans tables Are just an old old remedy a a in this new shape. In doctors have always Given this prescription in water we have them in this shrine simply for their hardiness. By pans tables fire Bice a Engineer going Over bin by and powerful machinery string c. Little to necessary lubricating to the needful parts klan a Tabullo do tills for you. Constipation dizziness nausea dyspepsia end Mil nutrition ail yield to ripens tubules. At drag store sent by a Quot for Fie Centi. A cd i apis cufcsijalco., 13spruce by. New York . W. H. Hart Kim Benn a veil a 627 and 629 Penn ave., Pittsburgh a. Oc27-s611tt new fall suiting. Henry Smith amp sons established . Pittsburgh Over 28 years successfully treats ail special cases men women either Scute in a chronic form. Nervous weakness blood impurities and ail diseases that flesh is heir to cured if curable. Consultation free and charges reasonable. Call address Vav. H. Hart m. D., 958 Penn ave., Pittsburgh a. 9 a. In. To a p. In. Sunday 2 to 4 p. In. Oils Douw by . Whittier. Ct4 Penn ave. Pittsburgh a Elal As for Many years past devotes expect 1 attention to the study and treatment merchant tailors 98 Wylie ave debilitating nervous diseases a in Sical decay nervousness Lack chill a in i re in i ii n Energy and ambition. Impaired memory h a \ j in i r is Rod sight pimples eruptions de vital a in i in i Jagd blood and unfitting for duties i business and society permanently cured. Geo. C. Van Kirk. Previous to removal to 710 Penn Avenue i will offer extra Orlinm a inducement in Price for Gas and electric Coni Bina Tion chandeliers. Brackets j Etc. This Means a great saving to you. Constitutional blood diseases All forms scr Fula affecting blood skin glands Throat and nose causing wasting general ill health. And so Dis easing the functions the body an to 125 third Avenue Render life miserable. Or. Whittler makes a special a tuck v each Case thus insuring reliable and scent Ito treatment am real cures. Consultation tree and confidential. Office hours 9 a in. To 4 p. Rn., and 5 to 8 p. In. Sundays. To a. In. To i p. In. Only. Call address . Whittier. 814 Pena a enu Pittsburgh a

Search All Newspapers in Dubois, Pennsylvania

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Dubois Pittsburg Post Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Dubois Pittsburg Post?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection

NewspaperArchive FAQs

Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.

Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!