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THE SGRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1902.
XHE BIGGEST LOCOMOTIVE IN
JONAS LONG'S SONS, JONAS LONQ'S SONS. JONAS LONG'S SONS.
." A Store of many features and the most prominent of all is
Without tho Tender, It Weighs 130
Tons, and from tho Point of tho
Pilot to tho End of the Tender It
Measures Seventy Feet Will Bo
Used on tho Santa Fo Railroad.
Tho Board for Today Plymouth
Firm Gets Another Order from
The world's biggest and most power
ful locomotive, nn American compound
built at Schenectady by the American
Locomotive comDtiny, In on Its way
from the Mohawk vollcv to the fnr
West, where it will haul heavy freight
on tho Santa Fo road. It represents
the highest achievement in locomotive
design, the most notoble effort of
'Vmerlcan builders to uroduce nn en
gine of enormous tractive power adapt
rd to the needs of our trnns-contlncntal
lines. This monster weighs, without
the fifty-ton tender, ISO tons.
From tho end of tho tender to tho
point of tho pilot, this giant of the rails
measures seventy feet.
The top of the stunted smokestack Is
Hlxtcon feet above the ties, and to such
a height does the dome reach that Its
top hod to be taken off before the loco
motive could pass hi safety under tho
oveihend bridges between. Schenectady
and Buffalo. The massive boiler is
perched so high in the air that a tall
man can stand under It.
Hut while tho dome If. thirteen feet
above tho driving wheel axles, tho
center of gravity is very low several
inches below the ton lint' of the dilv
ers. The engine gets its gieat stability
fiom its massive frames, cylinder cast
ings, driving Wheels and driving
On a level track 080 could haul a train
a mile and a hair long. Its tracthe
power is 53,000 pounds that K it could
lift that amount of dead weight.
Its gieat wheel bate gives 9S9 this
world's record hauling power. Ten
massive driving wheels, nearly as tall
as a man, and so heavily counterbal
anced that they appear almost solid,
grip twenty feet of track.
On these ten diivers, which gave the
name of decapod to this type of engine,
iL weight of 232,000 pounds is can ied.
Tho pony trucks carries only fourteen
tons, much of the weight of the saddle
and cylinder castings being distributed
over the drivers by the equalizer beams
io distinctively of American design.
It:, firebox is made of carbon stool
tested to a tensile strength of 50,000
pounds to the square inch, Is about as
big as tho bedchamber of a Now Yoik
flat. Its two thick shells are held to
gether by nearly -',000 staybolts, each
one capable of lifting a yard engine
The grate area is sixty square feet,
which is unappioached in any other
locomotive ever built. The bottom ot
the firebox reaches out over the tops
of the drivers, after the fashion of re
cent American locomotives.
The heating surface measures exact
ly -I.5S2 square feet. Between the tube
sheets 9S9's boiler measures 1SV feet
ind in the big barrel are massed flues,
1"5 inches In diameter. Placed old to
end, these flues would make a pipe a
mile and a half long.
The massive low pressure cylinders
are next to the forward dilveis. The
smaller high pressure cylinders arc
directly ahead, a constiuetion which
makes ono piston rod do for each pair
of cyllndeis. This is designated as the
tandem compound. The live bteam is
Hi st used in the forward cylinders,
which exhaust into the thirty-Inch
chambers of the low-picssuie cylin
ders. The cylinders of PSfl aio the gieatrst
castings ever made in the Schenectady
shops. Their gross weight In the mold's
was 25,340 pounds. Mueh of this great
weight is in the halves of the saddle,
the forward suppoit of the boiler.
D., L. & W. Board for Todny.
The following is the make-up of the
Delaware. Lackawanna and Western
aoard for today:
THI.IISDAY, MAIM II 6.
Kxtus r.isl S p. m., llol.ol.cn, M, l'miierlv
.0 . in., J. r. llurkh.irt, 11 11. m., IloboUn,
fuiiuy, MUtfll 7.
IMi.iv lh,t l,:,o j, in,, r, r. Stevens a, m,,
A. C, ll.immllt; 0 ,i, in., Hoboken. .1. Uciritj;
VI ii, m , W. J. Mmlnj 11 a, m., n. Haggcrty;' 1
p. in., .1. II. .Mailers, with Butir'i new; 2 p.
in., Ilobukcn, A. I', Mullen; 3 p. m., F. Van
Wiuiner; 5 p. in., I). Wallace; (J p, in., A. II.
Summits, i:tc U a, in., Ilcnnhan; S n in,,
1'iuunrelkn; 11 .1, in.. Mi-hoK; 2 p. in,, Thomp
son; fii. ni Canlgg; b p. m., M. Ciinlc.v, with
Jf. (ioldcn'w rrtw,
Pu-hcrs 7 ii. in,, rinucrt.1 ; S a. hi., llousrr;
Jl.l'i a ni., Jloun; rt p. in., (), IMitlioloinivv;
7..M p ni., Naunun; 0 p. in., W. II, lUrlbolo
mew i 10 p. in., Lamping,
llclpeis 7 a, ni., t.ilfne.v; 7 a. in.. Sinner; 10
n. ni., II. Coslar; C.n p. in., J,attiinri; 6,30 p,
LMiast West 7 J, m 0'II.ir.i; 10 a, m., O,
Itimlolph; 1 p. in., Thomas llnudlriii; 2 p. in.,
M. f iitnwiy; i p. in., F. .i; 0 r, in., John
(iar.iB.ui; II p. ni , C, KlngMcy,
P.PO p. in, fiinnnlt March Slli is annulleil,
II, II, Pcpevv will go on with .1, (lerrlty as
.Times Blanch will go on with J. fictrity in
place ot JI. O'Mallej.
This and That.
Tho Howell Drill company, of Ply
mouth, Pa., has received an order from
a large mining firm In Siberia for a
number of mining drills similar to
those used in the Pennsylvania an
Tho Jeansvllle Iron Works company,
of Jeansvllle, Pa., Is leported to have
iccelved a fair-sized electric pump or
der through the Denver Engineering
company, The pumps will be used for
mines In Mexico,
After continuing for nine and a half
months, the strike of the iron workers
of San Francisco, begun on May 1 of
last year, to enforce a demand for a
nine-hour day, came, to a formal end
Wednesday, Two-thlrds of the unions
composing the Iron Trades council have
noted upon a recommendation made by
that body advising that the strike be
prosecuted no longer and have voted
to allow their members to return to
The La Vida Corset
An Expert Corset fere
Representing tho LA VIDA CORSET, will be here for
one week commencing Monday, March 10, when she will
fit, take special measurements and explain the superior
merits of this celebrated corset to all ladles who are In
terested In the latest Ideas pertaining to corsets.
We would be pleased to have you attend a special
display of these celebrated corsets, when all the new mod
els, embodying the essential features necessary to conform
with the present fashion In dress, will be shown.
Demonstrator on Second Floor
r - ziM$MM lrs
Contains the Largest and Best Selected Stock
And Home Furnishing Supplies Ever shown
in this section of the state.
129 Wyoming Avenue.
ITALIANS IN ARGENTINA.
Pneumonia always results from a cold
or from an uttack of the grip, and may
be prevented by the timely use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. This
fact has been fully proven in many
thousands of cases. Bold by all druggists.
A Jtlilnn Journal Makes Some S tatt
Itonie Correspondence of the London Post.
A storm In a tea cup lias arisen in
the Aigentinc Ilepubllc, nnd especially
In the wealthy portion of tlio largo
Italian colony lesldent in Buenos Ayies
over nn article published by the Cor
rlere della Sera of Milan on the condi
tion of the Italian elements in Argen
tina. The article wan wilttcn by Sig
ner Barzlnl, one of tho cleverest Ital
ian Journalists, whom the Corrlero della
Sera lecently sent an special correspon
dent to South America.
Slgnor Barzlnl described tho affairs
of the Argentine Republic as being al
most entirely In BrltlBh hands, and
proceeded to draw b picture of the
Italian quarter of Buenos Ayres, which,
though probnbly accurate, was not In
accordance with tho Ideas prevailing
in Italy on the subject, Ills uccount
of the comparative poverty of tho gieat
innsH of hard-working Italian emi
grants who go to tho Argentine Uepub
Ho believing It to be nn Eldorado, open
ed tho eyes of many people in Italy, but
what seems to have stung the wealthier
portion of the Italian community is the
way in which Slgnor Barzlnl revealed
their callousness toward their poorer
fellow countrymen and their readiness
to drop Italian speech and customs and
to become moro Argentine than tho Ar
gentines, This tends to destroy tho cherished
Italian belief that there exists In South
America a "Greater Italy," thoroughly
Italian in sentiment, and also an unfa
vorable light on the character of tho
wealthy Italians who have until now
been considered to be the chief sup
porters of Itallanlta beyond the seas.
These wealthy Italians havo levenged
themselves by excluding Slgnor Bar
zlnl fom their clubs, but the Argentine
press, and to a great extent the Italian
press praise the correspondent for tell
ing the truth. Slgnor Barzlnl an
nounces his Intention of going to the
root of the whole question and of stat
ing plainly what he sees to bo the
TO PREVENT GROWING OLD.
From th Philadelphia Record.
An Illinois school teacher (S. V. Kel
ler, of Medora), proclaims his discovery
of the truo elixir of life. lie is now
about 71 yeais old, but has the physical
agility of a man of 30. To convince a
body of vlsltoih, "ho jumped over the
back of :i chair, danced a vigorous
double hhuflle and leaped over high
obstacles with the greatest ease."
"See!" ho exclaimed, giving a spring
fiom the floor to the top ot a table,
"my legs arc free and easy ns a child's,
I am younger than I was thirty years
ago." How lias ho achieved this le
nuwnl of his pristine vigor? "Simply
by believing that I am not growing
old." It is tho concession to time
which mulcts men old, and by an exer
cise of the will this man has compelled
himself to believe there is no old age
except from those who surrender to the
delusion that tho body and mind lose
vigor with the passing of years.
At any rate this treatment is harm
less, its worst effect being to lead a
man into the commission of youthful
minis, xiic iuiiii'iuu mm me Fnucutm
of Professor James, of Harvnid, who
has placed the "don't worry" euro on
ti scientific basis. He atlirms, for ex
ample, that we do not run away be
cause wo are scared, but are scared be
cause we run away; that by nutting
ourselves In the attitude by which an
emotion expresses Itself we experience I
the emotion. We do not weep because j
wo are sad, but sadness Is tho product !
of our tears. Theiefore wemay assume
Mint 1,m .in v,A, lirmntHA .1 t .... 1 . 1. - '
him. w u liui liuiutm: IIVI'1 UJ1L IJCClUlSU
of tho passing of the years, but because
we expect that tho passing of tho years
will produco deciepltudoj and wo placo
ourselves in tho coripspondlng attitude
and frame of mind,
Kmerson's Wild Spree,
Tho lloslon Herald ii editorially rcloiulld for
an allegtd, tradition that tells how Jljlph Waldo
llincnon, the sago of Concord, owe went on a
wild, ei.lli.:f enrce. Weary of Matem Aurellm,
Akott uwj (ho tereno heights of Concoii, he ic
soiled tu (nake 4 plunge Into tho tortcx of irjnio
und follylln a gnat illy to tee loe jnd the
Uclom at, ilose 131 po and thus lurn hy eieit
inec of tli under world, lie went straight to Ilia
saloon of 'one llriglum in Ho.iton, in those daya
far faiuid among ll.inard students ai the aborig
inal Imentor of more ''fancy drink" than any
one since the days of Father lUcehns. Ilewild
ered by t)io f est he eccne and the cndle-u lUt of
betcrages he bad never heard of, ho asked Ungi
ham widen one of the whole bibulous catalogue
might biij relied on to impart the largest turn
total of experience in the ehortit possible time;
to which Jicvout inquiry genial Urlgham who ut
once took in the situation U bald to haw re.
plied: "fill, J gucis a glass of lemonade would
be the rUht thlny for you."
Owing to the storm a week ago today, many people were unable to attend the
spread of good things that awaited them at the Hour Sale. By request we repeat the
same offerings with additional values from the Grocery and House Furnishings De
partments. You will find these items very interesting and profitable.
Sale No. 1
Begins Promptly at
Sale of Shopping and Market Bags Good size, made of import
ed rush ; a verv unique shopping basket. Ten-cent kind, ,
this sale ....:..'. OC
Sale of White Semi-Porcelain Cups and Saucers An elegant
opportunity for you to lay in a supply of good porcelain ware at a
price not very often so little for such a grade of goods ; (Ic.
regular, value, this sale, cup and saucer . )C
Sale of Thin White Semi-Porcelain Plates A-l (uality,all sizes.
A rare chance to stock up at a small investment. The price asked
for this plate is about half the regular value. Marked for this
hour sale, each DC
Sale of Brooms One of the quickest sellers placed on sale for
.sixty minutes ; made from best corn, sewed three or four limes.
A most satisfactory broom, value up to IJOc. ; this Friday
hour, buy them at
Sale of Clothes Baskets Well made, from seasoned willow. This basket is a splen
did bargain, and to satisfy the large crowd we will restrict the quantity to 1 to a customer
Sale of Semi-White Porcelain Large Coffee Cups and Saucers Just the size we all like to
sec wnen nneci witli tnat delicious beverage. Kegular value 12 cents. L'or this hour
sale, cup and saucer
Sale of Wash Boilers A large size wash boiler, no cover. Do you need a boiler?
Then come today and buy this (if)c. kind for one hour onlv, at '.
We are selling Tryphosa Jelly Powder, a dainty dessert. FREE to the first 500 after one
o'clock, a sample package, also a booklet full of receipts for preparing "Tryphosa."
Sale of Peaches This line on sale for sixty minutes today arc a fine grade of Pie Peaches.
Guaranteed to be as nice as some you are now paying 15c. for. Buy them this Friday
hour per 3-pound can, for .' .' ". aC
Sale of Peas Early June Peas, the Belfast brand ; those who have used them know their de
licious qualities, and for those who have not. we will say. this will be your opportunity to
try them ; samples at counters for inspection. Regular price 13c. ; this hour sale, per can
Sale of Macaroni Manufactured by C. F. Muller & Co.; quality the best; regular
price 10c. ; for this hour sale buy it for
Sale of Codfish Guaranteed fresh, just the kind to make codfish cakes. Regular 10
cent kind. For this hour sale
Sale of Prunes Choice California Prunes, bright and nice, for this one hour sale, buy
them at, per pound
Sale of Salmon One pound, tall cans, red Alaska ; quality will equal the kind you pay
15c. for. For this hour sale "C
Sale of Vienna Cocoa A superior preparation of Cocoa, in its most nutritious form ;
regular price 40c. per pound ; for this hour today buy it, at 1 OC
Sale of Women's House Wrappers Made from flanncllcttcs,
outings or percales, fabrics in the most approved and latest style.
Separate bodies, full flounce at bottom of skirt, small ruffle on
shoulder, pleated front and back, neat turned down collar nicely
trimmed with ribbon and braid. This is an opportunity that no
Scrantonian who needs a wrapper should miss. FZasily sold regu
larly for 1.-1!) up to $2.00. This Friday on the Second q -.
Floor buy them for oUC
Sale of Fancy Percale Finish Calico Over 2,000 yards of this
desirable goods will be placed on sale today. It is the new shade
of blue and extraordinary finish that gives to this calico a steady
demand at all times. Xcat patterns and odd designs. Sold
at this hour for, a yard DC
Sale of Ribbons Pi inches wide, polka-dot, and stripe taf
feta, all silk and a 4-inch all silk plain tafYcla. metallic finish. A
tempting item for this Sixtv Minute sale. Ribbons always play
an important part in every wardrobe. Ihc regular value
is 15c. This Friday sale
Sale No. 2
jL' i -A,
Begins Promptly at
Sale of Toilet Paper Highly medicated, silk finish, full count, quality guaranteed;
regular value 10c. For this hour, each.
Sale of Combs An eight-inch Goodyear Rubber Comb, easily sold for 10c
hour buy it at
Sale of Battenbcrg Doylies in Art Department This doylic is hand made, pure linen, size is 12
inches, worked up in a pretty design and usually sells for 75c. For this hour buy them .
at, each '. " ' 4yC
Sale of Women's Seersucker and White Muslin Skirts The seersucker skirts arc plain, colors
ox blood, blue and grey and fancy stripe. Deep ruffle with two narrow ruffles, hemstitched. The
white muslin skirt has deep cambric ruffle, fine tucks, trimmed with Torchon lace. Rcgu-
lar value is 08c. For this Friday hour choose from lot at 0C
Sale of Boys' Doublc-Breastcd Suits Size S to 15 years, blouse and vestee style, :t to S years.
All colors, dark and light. Every garment is well made and usually sold up to $2.50. .
For this hour buy them at p 1 ."
Sale No. 3
Begins Promptly at
Sale of Men's White Shit Is Linen bosom, reinforced front
and filled seams. Neck band lias patent button hole. A good
quality muslin, all sizes. To make the quantity last the hour they
will be limited to two to a customer. For this hour sale,
near Wyoming entrance, buy them at, each XC
Sale of White Aprons Full length, hemmed: other lace in
sertion and tucks. A generous length of strings. Buy ,-
them today and have money, for this hour, each J!iiC
Sale of Children's Hose German heel, double toe and knee,
wide and narrow ribbed, sizes (5 to !)A, made the same as v
a 25c. hose. For this hour, buy them ut, pair." 1 C
Sale of Percales This lot comprises two widths, 112 and .'Hi
inches witle, all spring shades, mostly cardinals and blues, includ
ing black grounds, with a wide range of patterns. Regular
price is 10c. For this sixty minutes buy them at C
Sale of Bureau and Stand Scarfs Scarf is 18x72 inches. The Stand Cover is size HOxJM)
inches. Made from honeycomb material. Both styles are fringed. Regular value is 25c. ,
each, For this Friday hour buy them at, each, , . . , , . , . , 1 DC
Sale of Boys' Knee Pants All wool Knee Pants, plain blue, neat plaid checks and stripes,
dark and light, .1 to 15 years. Small sizes are trimmed with bows. Best waist bands, sus- ,,
pendcr buttons and hip pockets, all seams taped. For sixty minutes only for , , , , 4--&C
Sale of Wall Paper One of the greatest Wall Paper specials ever held in this city. 5,000
Double Rolls suitable for kitchen, dining room, hall and bed rooms, Regular value from So, to 15c.
a roll. For this Friday hour on Third Floor, choose from !5 neat and pretty patterns,
at per double roll, ...,,,.,,... ,. , ,, , ,, ,,,.,., 5C
Advertisers of Facts Only
Jonas loiii s M)ii
405 to 405
N. Ninth Stroot,
Tolephono Cnll, 2333.
Atlantic City, N. J.
300 Ocean front rooms. 100 pri
vate sea water baths. Send for booklet.
J. II. THOMPSON ii (JO.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Lehigli Valley Bnllrond.
In ritcct, Xov. ;i, 1001.
Tulni Iciimi Scrunlnn.
l'or PlilUilclpbl i anil Xcw York la I), k II.
II. 1!.. at fi.XM mil 9.83 a. in., and 2.1S, 4 27
(Mack Diamond IJspusO. unil U..1U p. in. faun,
thus, I), fc 11. It. 1!., l.GS, S.27p. in.
l'or Ahlti! ll.Utn, Itizletcn .mJ pilnclpal pdlnlj
in tlie coal legions via . k. II. 11. It,, OSS, 2.13
and 1.2" p. m. l'or l'attstille, 0.33 a. m., 2.13
l'or nctlilrlirm, Enton, Itcatllnjr, UurrUbu-ir,
anil pilncipil intermeillitc ktations. via 1). ti II.
11. It., n:;8, U JS a. in.; 2.1S, 4.27 (Black DU
nioml Upns), 11. JO p. in. Sundays, 1). 4; 11.
It. It,, !JS a. ni.: l.Si. fc 27 p. in.
Tor TunUiinnocl., 'loanda, Klmira, Ithaca,
Geneva and principal liitmnmliate stations, via
D., I.. and . It. It., S.tO a. in. and S GO p. m.
For Cieneva, Ituchestci, DutTalo, Nlagaia FalLs,
Chkaco and all point' V"-''. via D. II. It, K.,
7.4S, 12.01 a. in.; 1.4J, .1.28 (lllack Diamond K-prcs-0.
".48, 10.11, 11.J0 p. in. iundajd, D. & It.
It. 11., 12.0J, 8J7 p. m.
I'ullnun parlor .mil Bleeping or Leliiffh Vnllv
Parlor cars on .ill train between Wilkei-Barre
and New VoiK, Philadelphia, Dullalo and Suspen
KOLM.N II. Hll.nuil, Con. Supt., 20 Cortland
street, New York.
CHAIILKS S. LEU. Gen. Pass. Age., 26 Cortland
street, New York.
A. W. NO.NUMACHCn.'Dlr. Pa. Agt., South
l'or tickets and Piillmin icservatiom apply to
city ticket ofllu, U0 Public Square, Wllkcs-Darre,
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Kflrct Nov. 3, 1001.
Trains leave Scranton for New York At 1.40,
S.15, 0 0', 7.60 anil 10.0,, a. m.; 12.43, 3.40, 3.IU
p. m. l'or New York and Philadelphia 7.50,
10.05 a. m., anil 12.1S nnd .1.31 p. m. l'or Toll
liauna At 0 10 p. in. Koi Buffalo 1.15, 0.22 anil
!I00 a. in.; 1.5, 0.50 and 11.35 p. m. For Blum
liamton and way stations 10.20 a. m. and 1.10
p. in. lor Oswego, iyiatufe and Utlca l.lfi and
ti 22 a. in. ; 1.55 p. in. Owego, Syracme ami
t'tica train at 0.22 l. mi dallj, cscept hundaj.
For Montio-c BOO a. m.j 1.10 and 0 50 p. in.
Nicholson accommodation 4.00 and 0 15 p. ni.
Bloom-tail b Divbion Fnr Northumberland, at
6 35 and 10 05 a. in.; 1.55 and 0.10 p. m. For
Plymouth, at 8.10 a. in.; 3.40 and 0.00 p. ra
Sundav Trains ror New York, 1.40, .1.13, 0 03
and 10. 05 a. m.; 0.10, .'.33 p. in. For nuttalo
1.15 and 0.22 a. in.; 1.53, C.50 and 11.35 p. ni.
For Blnghainlon and way station-) 10 20 a. ni.
Blcoinsbiiifr Division Lcaic Scianton, 10.05 a.
ni. and 0 10 p. in.
New Jersey Cential.
In i:ilci.t Nov. 17, 1001,
Station? in yew York, foot ot Liberty sliced
and Siouth Pert, N. it.
Twins leave hiranlon fnr New York, Fhlhdel.
phia. Kastm, Bcthlcluni, Allcntoun, JIlucli
Chunk, Wiili- Haven. Ashley and WilkevBano at
7.S0 a. :n., t p. in. and 1 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. in.
Quaker Oil Umiich lencs Scranton at 7.MJ
a. in , through solid vestibule train with Pullinni
Bullet I'jr)or Cars, for Fhiliddphla, with only
one changi! of ens for liilllmore, Washington,
1) C, and all prim Ipal points south and vve.,1.
For Avoca, Pittston mil ilkia Barrc, 1 p. m.
and 1 p. m. Sumlij, 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Clove, etc., 7.C0 a,
m. and 1 p. ill.
I'm Itciding, Lebanon and llarrisbiug, via AI
'enlovvn, at 7,.!0 a. in. and 1 p. in. Sunday, 2.10
For Pottvillo at 7,30 a. m, anil 1 p. m.
Foi latcs and tlrkeN apply to agent at station,
O. JI. BUUT, Gen. IV.. Agt.
.1. &. SWIHIIin,
liit. Pa-s. Agt.. Pinnlon.
Schedule in F.ffcct June 2. 1001.
Tiains leave fccranton: 0.33 a. in,, week daj-i.
through vetlliulc train from Wllkes-Barre. Piill
nan buffet pallor cai and cuaches to Pluladcl.
nhia. vi Pottsvllle, stops at principal interim;.
Iliatc statiuna. A No loiimeta for hutiburj. Har
risburg, Philadelphia, lUtiinoio, Washington and
tor PM-buiB and the west.
0 33 a nv, week dajs, tor Simliury, llarrisbnrg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Plttj.
burg and the vvci-t.
14' p. in., week days (bundavTS. 1,53 j. ni),
foi bunbury, HirrWmrg, Philadelphia. Baltimore,
Wathltwton ami Pittsburg ami the west.
3 "8 ii ni., week davs, through vestibule train
from Wllkes-Bairc. Pullman buffet parlor rar
and co lilies t Plillideli.hla via Pottsvllle. Stow
at principal Intel meilUto-ttations.
1 "7 p HI . week divr, fur IJjiletnn, isunbury,
liarrlsli.us. PtillJ'Mphia in,l Pitt-burg.
.1. II, linnilMH, Gen Mirr.
.1, 11. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt,
New York, Ontario and Western.
In t.tlcit Tuesday. Sept. 17, 1D01,
Leivu Leavo Arrlv
Si rj it'iu. CarlioniUle, Uiuosla.
. ,10 0 a. ni. 11 10 a. in. I 00 p, in.
,.o,10p in Ar. tiibonuaieo.iop. ni
LeuHi Leave Arrive
Cadosla. ('arbnndale. Rrrauton.
7 IllV in 7 in n ...
'".'.',,' 2 l'i p in. 1.00 p. m. 4 10 p.m.
ilMMsO.M.Y, MOliril nOUND.
Leivo Leavo Arrlvs
j-iimlon. f MiboniUle, I'jdojia.
, , , S. so a, ni. o 10 p. in. 10. 15 a, m.
,, 7,1X1 p. in, Ar Cirbondalo 7.10 p. in.
Lojve Leave Arrlv
t,iJo..li. Ciiboiiilalf. Strauton.
, , , 7.00 a m. 7. 10 a, pi.
lialna Nos. 1 on vvck ilajs, and 0 onbundajs,
make main line mnneiiion. mr iii m,
Middletnvvn, Wali'm, .Nurvvlili, Oneida, Oavvcga
and all points west. tl , , .
For furthii Information rcn-ult ticket agenti,
J. t'. AN'IMIHhO.N, 0 P A . New York.
J, i:. WFLSH, T. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Delaware and Hudson,
In Ffiect .Sovinibcr 21, 1001,
Trains for Caibondalo leave Scianton at 0.20,
8W, h.St 10-U "'i "w- - '"3' 352.
0 20 0.23, "57. ".15. U.20 p. in j Lit a, in.
For llonejddli 0,20, 10.15a. in.; 2.31 and 5.29
P'For Wllkesdlarro-O 39, 7.43, S.41. OSS. 10.4J
a. ni; l-'.ai, J.l-', 2 IS, J.2j, 1.27, ti.10, 1.i,
No, o .
No. 5 ..
For L. It. II. Points 0.3S, 0.33 a. m
4.27 and 11. au p. in
ir, uuu . i" ....
For Pcimsjlwiiiu it. II. Points 6.33, 0.33 a.
in. ; 1 ii. 3.21 .inn - p. in.
For Albany and all (mints north 0.20 a. ra
and 3,52 p. in.
For Carbondale h,50, JLSJ a. in.; 2.31, 3.52,
5.52 and 11.17 p. in.
lor vllkea Bsrre 9.33 a. in.; 12.03, 1.5S, 3.23,
0.32 and 0 17 in. '
For Albany and points north 'i.BJ p. m.
For lloncsdalc tJ.50 a. in. and 3.52 p. ni.
W. L. PUYOIt. I). P. A., bcranton. Pa,
Erie Hailroad, Wyoming Division.
Trains for New- York, New burgh and intermix
dUte points leavo bcranton as follow : 7.20 a.
ni ; 2.25 p. in.
Arrival 10.W a. m. trom Mlddletoun, Honei
dale, llawley and fntenuediitc points. 8.20 p. in
Irom New ork, Newburgb and IntcruicdUu
points. No Sunday tralua.