Wednesday, June 27, 1888 A fine cool morning with N. wind. I went down town on some errands. In spite of the fine air am oppressed with anxieties concerning our property. We seem no nearer a solution of our affairs than we ever have. I feel often that I would like to go away from here where there seems nothing now but anxiety. Downing and Calvert and Bowyer came today so that we have a house full.