Saturday, May 6, 1882 Went up to 42nd St and bought some paper for Girard. Wrote notices for a meeting of the Artists Mutual Aid Society on Tuesday. Rained and in the midst of it Weir came in. Sorry to find I was going home and evidently felt forlorn. Asked if he could stay at my room tonight which I had arranged for him. We talked a while. I fancy he is greatly troubled as I am. When I went up town to take the 4 oclock train home he went along to see Mrs. Gifford and Eastman. I was glad to get home although my unhappiness follows me there. Found my father quite well.