William Lloyd Garrison is worried about Fanny Garrison Villard's illness. William L. Garrison had four different doctors treat his injured shoulder, and it still troubles him. He has not been able to do anything about his anti-slavery history. He invites Mr. & Mrs. Henry Villard to stay at his house. William Lloyd Garrison Jr. has gone into partnership with Jenkins in the wool business. William L. Garrison is glad that President Johnson vetoed the Colorado bill. He hopes there will be as brief an interval as possible between the next two sessions of Congress. He heard that the Wendell Phillips Garrison family is getting ready for their move to Orange, New Jersey.