Entries of interest:
S.S. Dunnells is listed (handwritten) as the proprietor until August 1, 1871 when his name is crossed out and replaced with
John Le Barr. On October 31, 1871 Dunnells' name reappears as the proprietor, followed by James Nilsauer on December 1, 1871,
and then, again, Dunnells on August 5, 1872 and remains unchanged for the remainder of the register.
John Treat from San Diego/Cuyamaca has multiple listings as guest.
John G. Capron from San Diego has multiple listings as guest.
Robert Fletcher from Cajon Ranch has multiple listings as guest ("King" is sometimes included in the line above or below his
William Fletcher Jr. from Cajon Ranch has multiple listings as guest.
Judge Hyde and Judge James each have multiple listings as individual guests.
Great Paris Exposition Circus Co. listed as guest on January 19, 1869.
S.S. Gordon of Prescott, Arizona listed as guest on February 23, 1869.
A. (Abraham) Klauber, Carson Valley, Nevada listed as guest on March 9, 1869.
Thomas Hodges listed as guest on August 17, 1869.
Ms. Couts and Master Couts listed as guests on August 19, 1869.
California Minstrels listed as guest on September 12, 1869.
San Francisco Minstrels listed as guest on September 14, 1869.
"Capron's man" listed as guest on October 28, 1870.
Frank Whaley from Old Town listed as guest on August 1, 1871.
"Winds and rains" listed on January 9, 1872.
"Chinaman, Dish Wash" listed as guest on February 2, 1872.
"First rain for the season" listed on December 23, 1872.
Circus and Animal Show listed as guest on February 1, 1873.
Jury in the case of "Cal. vs. Daniel Nourian" listed as guest on July 16, 1874.
Emma Everhart listed as guest on April 25, 1875.
Notes following the last dated entry in register:
"The Steamer Arizona Will be here the 3 of Feb in San Diego." "Letters kept for [illegible] the 21 of Feb 1874." "Letters
kept for [illegible] the 1 of July 1874."
"San Diego Aug 11, 1873 commensed rain 15 M past 12 o'clock Wind NW at night wind held around and rain all night."
"ME Rundell, Robert Mathers and S.E. Wilson, John More left for San Bernadino the 3 day of April Thursday 1873." "Morton and
Hunter Monroe Bloomington Co Indiana."