Another Party in Ledger�s Room.
the event proved, been carried off by Sol Ey-
tinge to Brooklyn. They will work together
on the �News,� so Alf cultivates the amenities.
23. Friday. Down-town with Ledger and
Cahill. Yesterday�s record put down wrong,
after the evening�s chronicle. All the remainder
occurred to-day. I stayed in-doors till the
evening on Thursday.
24. Saturday. Down-town in the after
noon. Three last days, miserable ones. Ner-
vous and hard-up. Evening a party in
Ledger�s room. The Bartows, Miss Waite,
Maguire, Sage, Cahill, Morris and Bowery-
em, besides myself, sherry, port, claret, whiskey
and subsequently champagne, bon-bons, crackers,
confectionary, sardines, fun, flirtation and
singing, little Boweryem prominent in the latter
department. Mrs. Boley up. Alf Waud
and Hayes came in to speak with me, wouldn�t
stop but went on to Haney�s. A good deal of
fun going on. The invited guests left at about
12, Ledger and Cahill accompanying them, Morris,
Boweryem, I and Burger (who had come up-
stairs on hearing the singing and was presently
followed by Kettle) sat smoking till their return.
More drinking. I left �em at about 1 1/2 and