The Journal of San Diego History
SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY
Fall 1975, Volume 21, Number 4
James E. Moss, Editor
Thomas L. Scharf, Assistant Editor
From the San Diego Daily Bulletin, July 12, 1872
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINEMENT: For Man and Beast.
From the San Diego Evening World, November 30, 1875
U. S. Restaurant on Fifth Street. Meals can be obtained at all hours. Sleeping rooms to rent. Meals 25 cents. Mrs. G. W. Robinson, Prop.
From the San Diego Evening World, August 28, 1875
Till A. Burnes’ Phoenix Saloon, Cor. 5th & “K” Streets. Music furnished for parties. Also boats to let.
From the San Diego Union, January 28, 1882
P. H. Trask’s old established and popular Shaving Saloon, Fifth St., makes a new departure in price. He announces shaving fifteen cents. He is prepared to serve the public in the most satisfactory manner.
From the San Diego Union, October 30, 1880
At the Old Stand—James Duffy has opened his elegant Saloon at the Old Stand in Julian. Every attention to the wants of visitors. The latest newspapers kept on file.