said Andy, with a triumphant flourish, and making a string of indescribable mouths at the unfortunate trader's back, when he was fairly beyond hearing.
Mas'r wants you to cotch Bill and Jerry," said Andy, cutting short Sam's soliloquy.
but, Sam," said Andy, "you'd better think twice; for Missis don't want her cotched, and she'll be in yer wool.
You know, Andy, critturs will do such things;" and therewith Sam poked Andy in the side, in a highly suggestive manner.
Yes, you see, Andy, Missis wants to make time,--dat ar's clar to der most or'nary 'bserver.
And Sam and Andy laid their heads back on their shoulders, and broke into a low, immoderate laugh, snapping their fingers and flourishing their heels with exquisite delight.
They generly had on yellow straw hats most as wide as an umbrella, but didn't wear no coats nor waistcoats, they called one another Bill, and Buck, and Hank, and Joe, and Andy
, and talked lazy and drawly, and used considerable many cuss words.
And there's Andy, a stone-mason, has ideas on everything, a good chess-player; and another fellow, Harry, a baker, red hot socialist and strong union man.
They hailed Brissenden and his demijohns with acclamation, and, on being introduced, Martin learned they were Andy and Parry.
He made a quick movement, but Andy Geoghan was ready and caught his arm.
Dempsey nodded at Andy and William McMahan, the secretary of the club, and walked rapidly toward a door at the rear of the hall.
Andy Geoghan kicked the stiletto with the toe of his shoe curiously, like an antiquarian who has come upon some ancient weapon unknown to his learning.