By R. B. Townshend
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Why, you hear me talk, I'll lay as he ain't nuthin' but a Chicago drummer. " he repeated with the withering scorn of the Man from California. "Trust him for messing about with a man's weapon. 'Scuse my saying so, if he's a friend of yourn, but Lord! what a damn fool trick that was of his! " He looked at my empty plate and coffee-cup-Mrs. Chisholm gave us coffee with our meal, no alcoholic drinks. "Through? Then come on out into the backyard and I'll show you a thing or two before you're a day older.
Guess he's just gone round there to see if everything's all shipshape this morning. " There was that same everlasting quizzical grin on Billy Steinberger's mug, the grin I was beginning to get so tired of. Must I always go on being such an obvious tenderfoot? " Well," cut in Alf, " if he wants you to start in on poker or faro or any of these games, you're not quite so green as you were. We've taught you a thing or two, haven't we? " But the sarcasm, scarcely veiled, showed both in voice and eyes.
David Augustus Cheever, a real-estate owner who was holding on for a rise in Denver lots, and there also I met his two brothers, 'Charles Cheever, likewise interested in real estate, and Ned Cheever, who had a small ranch up the Platte. The three were New Englanders and were devoted friends of the Governor, whom they admired immensely. They were all three of them bachelors, middle-aged, and moderately prosperous. Nobody seemed to be very prosperous in Denver just then: indeed, the capital city of the Territory had only about 5000 inhabitants and seemed to be a bit down on its luck.