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Image from page 105 of “Scranton and Vicinity Business and Street Directory, 1893-1894” (1893)
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Title: Scranton and Vicinity Business and Street Directory, 1893-1894
Year: 1893 (1890s)
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Subjects: Lackawanna County (Pa.)–History Scranton (Pa.)–History
Publisher: American Directory and Publishing CO.
Contributing Library: Scranton Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation

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87 miles. The train was composed of an engine, tender,and three cars, all weighing 169 tons. The fastest long distance run was on the New York Central Railroad,September 14, 1881, from New York City to East Buffalo, 436 1-8 miles, in425 minutes, 14 seconds, actual time, or 439^ minutes, including three stops.Average speed, including stops, 61.56 miles an hour. The Jarrett &, Palmer special theatrical train, Jersey City to San Fran-cisco, June, 1886, made the fastest time between the two oceans—3 days, 7hours, 39 minutes, and 16 seconds. InsLjre in the Penn. Mutual uie insurance Go. BOURNE & DURHAM, Gen. Agts. ROOM No. 1, LIBRARY BUILDING.SCRANTON. PA. W. S. MILLAR, Special Agent. O. ED. CAREY, District Agent. H. I. JONES, District Agent. Best Protection given for Least Cost.fixamine our 40 per cent. Guaranteecl Dividend Policies. lALl^t™!!Lirf*COLLINS & HACKETT 100 SCBANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIBECTORY. Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, Contracts forBuildings.taken

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Estimatescheer-fullygiven PLANING MILL & LUMBER YARD. Also Dealer in Flooring, Ceiling and Moulding.Newel Posts, Balusters, Etc., Etc. PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. Orders by mail receive prompt attention. North Main Street, J^prnyn, Pa. Salesroom and Office:

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Image from page 70 of “Inland Massachusetts illustrated. A concise résumé of the natural features and past history of the counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire, their towns, villages, and cities, together with a condensed summary of thei
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Title: Inland Massachusetts illustrated. A concise résumé of the natural features and past history of the counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire, their towns, villages, and cities, together with a condensed summary of their industrial advantages and development, and a comprehensive series of sketches descriptive of representative business houses. To which is prefixed a short chapter on the Commonwealth at large
Year: 1890 (1890s)
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Publisher: Springfield, Mass., The Elstner Publishing Co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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of the superior dressed beef, mutton, and pork of the famous ChicagoDressed JMeat Company received here in first-class condition by refrigerator cars and fur-nished promptly to consumers, sweet, fresh, and juicy, in quantities to suit. In the matter ofbeef alone thirty head are sold over their counters monthly and the demand continues togrow. They also handle immense quantities of oysters in the shell and in bulk, togetherwith fresh fish from the sea and the northern lakes and a general line of salt and smoked fishof all kinds, with game in season. Kmjiloying five assistants and several delivery wagons,their facilities are of the most desiraljle kind. Both members of the iirm are natives of Somers, Conn., where Mr. Kibbe was in Mr.Sheldons employ for twelve years. Mr. Kibbe belongs to De Soto Lodge I. O. O. F. Mr.Cooley has a thorough, practical knowledge of the meat business, and is a gentleman wellknown and esteemed in this community. THE MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.

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M. V. B. Edgerly, President; Henry S. Lee, Vice-President; John A. Hall, Secre-tary ; Oscar B. Ireland, Actuary ; James L. Johnson, General Agent—CompanysBuilding, No. 413 Main St. Massachusetts was the first Tof the States to adopt meas-ures for the legal supervisionof life insurance companiesand to institute an insurancedepartment of government;the first to provide safe-guards for policy-holders,and the first to enact (in1S61) a non-forfeiture law,amended in iSSo, and sup-plemented in 1SS7 by themost ])erfect life insurancelegislation ever known —legislation which requiresthat all ])olicies shall be ab-solutely non-forfeitable afterthe ]iayment of two annual]Memiums, without any fur-ther sti]:)ulation or act. Thismakes the amount of paid-up insurance to which apolicy-holder may be entitledunder any circumstances ab-solutely guaranteed. Hemay forget his policy, buthis policy will never forgethim. Also, that after thel^ayment of two annual pre-miums, the insured may, onany subsequ

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