Nashville Directory, Volume 16

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Marshall & Bruce, 1880 - Nashville (Tenn.)
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Page 77 - GLOBE " and Centennial Prize " EXCELSIOR " and importers of English Grass Bleached and Colored Tissue Papers, from the celebrated 39 Mill. Proprietors of " Silver White," best article for polishing silver ; and " Miller's Jewelry Cleaning Casket," and
Page 523 - Upon matter of the third class, or upon the wrapper inclosing the same, the sender may write his own name or address thereon, with the word " from " above, and preceding the same, and in either case may make simple marks intended to designate a word or passage of the text to which it is desired to call attention. There may be placed upon the cover or blank leaves of any book or of any printed matter...
Page 493 - Secretary of State, William M. Evarts, of New York ; Secretary of the Treasury, John Sherman, of Ohio ; Secretary of War, George W. McCrary, of Iowa ; Secretary of the Navy, Richard W. Thompson, of Indiana ; Secretary of the Interior, Carl Schurz, of Missouri ; Attorney-General, Charles E.
Page 523 - ... and any other matter not included in the first, second, or third classes, and which is not in its form or nature liable to destroy, deface or otherwise damage the contents of the mail bag, or harm the person of any one engaged in the postal service.
Page 493 - ALEXANDER RAMSEY, of Minnesota. Secretary of the Navy RICHARD W. THOMPSON, of Indiana. Secretary of the Interior. . CARL SCHURZ, of Missouri. Poitmaster-General DAVID M. KEY, of Tennessee. Attorney-General CHARLES M. DEVENS, of Massachusetts. LIST OF MEMBERS OF THE FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS, 1879-80. The Constitution requires nine years' citizenship to qualify for admission to the Senate, and seven years to the House of Representatives.
Page 523 - Upon any package of matter of the fourth class the sender may write or print his own name and address, preceded by the word "from," and there may also be written or printed the number and names of the articles inclosed; and the sender thereof may write or print upon, or attach to any such articles, by tag or label, a mark, number, name, or letter, for purpose of identification.
Page 77 - Gummed Labels and Gummed Paper of all Colors; Legal and Notarial Seals; Folding and Fancy Tickets; Mentzel's Patent Suspension Rings; The Star Copying Pads; Dennison's Game Counters; Wedding Cake Boxes; Visiting and Playing Card Cases, Etc., Etc. DENNISON'S TARGETS FOR RIFLE PRACTICE, Phillips' Book and Clasp Tags; Kimball's Self-Fastening Tickets; Postal Envelopes; M oU ill's Paper Fasteners at Manufacturers' discounts ; Dickinson's Rubber Bands, Etc.
Page 523 - That mailable matter of the fourth class shall embrace all matter not embraced in the first, second, or third class, which is not in its form or nature liable to destroy, deface, or otherwise damage the contents of the mail bag, or harm the person of any one engaged in the postal service...
Page 77 - 'Globe," and Centennial Prize "Excelsior." and Importers of English Grass Bleached and Colored Tissue Papers, from the celebrated 39 Mill. Proprietors of " Silver White," best article for polishing Silver, and Miller's "Jewelry Cleaning Casket,
Page 523 - Mail matter of the third class embraces books (printed and blank), transient newspapers and periodicals, circulars, and other matter wholly in print, proof-sheets and corrected proof-sheets and manuscript copy accompanying the same, prices current with prices...

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