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[Main Street from the Main and Martin Street Intersection]
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Title: [Main Street from the Main and Martin Street Intersection]
Date: ca. 1900
Place: Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Description: Photograph of Main Street, taken from the intersection of Main and Martin Street, facing West toward the Trinity River.
Physical Description: 1 photograph: gelatin silver; 23.6 x 19.4 cm on 25.3 x 20 cm mount
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Image from page 326 of “Pacific wine and spirit review” (1895)
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Title: Pacific wine and spirit review
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Subjects: Viticulture Wine and wine making
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: The Wine Librarians Association
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f this company, published in the daily papers, and that acopy of these resolutions be sent to his family. R. F. B.LicE, President. (iKo. W. Swi:.kik(;ex, Vice-President. The Supervisors of San Benito County have denied a peti-tion to reduce the county license from S300 to §200 per year.An ordinance has been passed designed to compel restanranteursto take out a saloon license. DIVIDEND NOTICE. The GERMAN SAVINGS AND LOAN SOCIETY. 526 California Street. For the lialf year euding June 30, 1895, a diviUeud has been declared at llic raleof four and eislit-tenths (4 8-10) per cent, per annum on term deposits, and four (4)percent, per annum on ordinary deposits, free of taxes, payable on and after MondayJuly Isl, 1895. aEO. TOlKNY, Secretary. AVANTED.—A young man with eight j-ears experience inthe wine business wishes a position. Speaks English, German,French and some Spanish. Understands bookkeeping, and usestypewriter. Has traveled extensively. Best references. Ad-dress X, this oHlce.
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g IjISt E.REMYMARTIN&C? COGNAC 1 trance:) AGENTS IN SAN FRANCISCD.Cal. ■ „i.i::. 525 FRONT STREET. 8lnin;ionumi»lniiuwTffitut«ininil»il»tin»Wnft»>ml»nirT»l?.v>t».-Jr.iai^pi»ii»ivi>iiiHl^j 14 f/rSIfie WI|vlE /^p^D Sfll^IT F^EVIEW The business of George B. Cosby, jr.. tlic Sacramento w hole-saler, bas been sold at auction. J. Chai.f. of Hnin & Cliaix. Oakvilli. has leliirni-d iVom InsEastern trip, made iu tlie iutcrcsts of his linn. Carl Metzger, formerly of the Pomona Winery, has pur-chased thi Kind Winery, at Azusa, for 00. John 11. Wlieiler. of the Napa ^alley. has secured the con-tract to furnish the l-rench Hospital, of this city, witli its claret. William Dnoseof Woodland is under arrest for sellinff liiiuortJ a habitual drunkard after having received notice not todo so. Korbel Bros., of Guerneville, are shipping two car-loads aweek to their wine house in Chicago. They already have over100.000 gallons stored there. Dave Samson, for many years con
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