The Bohemians at Clover Hill.
18. Thursday. In-doors till 5, then a
walk down town, met Oliver Hillard and
passed Matty and her father. My �All the
Year Round� story reprinted in �Harper�s.� In
the evening for an hour to Edwards� � only
Matty and Jack in, the rest gone to bed.
19. Thursday. Down-town, to Harper�s.
Bonner, Nordhoff and �the Major� � got a capital
reception, walked up to �Herald� Office with Bonner.
To �Courier� Office: Smith, Cahill and Haney
there, the latter telling us of a Clover Hill ex-
cursion in company with Bellew, O�Brien,
George Arnold, Frank Wood, Sears and
Gayler; a party of the latter�s organizing.
They played football, cricket, &c. dined, drank
and sang and were charged $6 each for their
dinner; partly in consequence of O�Brien�s
stipulating for �green seal� champagne, partly
for the dinner that was got but not eaten t�other
day. Gayler came into office, red-faced and
burly, us usual. Up-town. Writing a little,
in the afternoon; not well. Evening, Haney
came to sup with us. Out with him; I to
14th Street, saw Addey. He has engaged Briggs
to do daily humorous (?) political article, Gay-
ler to work regularly, in the office of �Momus�