�Nick-nax� work. To Post-Office, met
Banks. Up-town by omnibus. Heavy rain-
storm in the afternoon, with lightning. Reading.
Evening to 10th Street, saw Addey, got $10.
Another rain storm set in which kept me there
for an hour and a half, then to Edwards�,
supposing I should find Haney there. He had
been there throughout the afternoon, but recently
leaving. The girls and Jack there, presently
their parents. �Fanny� and her husband have
called at the house during the week. Welles is
gone to Minnesota, to visit his relatives.
27. Sunday. Damp and dull day. Scrib-
bling and chores till dinner. By 4 to 16th
street, found Haney at home. He had been
to Jim Parton�s during the morning, dining there.
Haney said he was on something of a spree, on
Thursday night. Coming uptown in company with
Bellew, the latter must go into the Waverly,
to get a borrowed $5 from O�Brien, Young Wood
was there, maybe others. (The Pfaff crowd af-
fet the Waverly now, for feeding, their former
place for drinking.) They got to champagne drin-
king, went to some exhibition or other (Bellew
leaving previously) then to drinking again and
Haney hadn�t been quite well since. Another
night being at Pfaff�s, when Cahill was there,