This compelled Whiskey Dick to rise again, and as an act of careless good breeding to drop his handkerchief in it.
That's it, that's just it, Miss Carr; you've hit it in the centre this time," said Whiskey Dick, now quite convinced that his attitude was not intended for eloquence, and shifting back to his own seat, hat and all; "that's tantamount to what I said to the boys just now.
In changing her seat to the piano-stool, so as to be nearer her visitor, she brushed down some loose music, which Whiskey Dick hastened to pick up.
Pray don't mind it," she said, "pray don't, really--let it be--" But Whiskey Dick, feeling himself on safe ground in this attention, persisted to the bitter end of a disintegrated and well-worn "Travatore.
She turned to a handsome sideboard near the door, and presently faced him again with a decanter of whiskey and a glass in her hand, and a return of the bewitching smile she had worn on entering.
He looked at me with his dull grey eyes, and then took some more whiskey
Mulvaney," I said, "please take up the whiskey
, and don't let him have it until he has told the story.
His hand trembled as with a palsy, especially noticeable when he poured his whiskey, though I never knew him to spill a drop.
They gathered up scraps of food which had touched his lips, an empty whiskey bottle, a cocoanut from which he had drunk, and even his spittle, and performed all kinds of deviltries over them.
The whiskey and soda were brought, and the doctor helped himself.
Then his eyes fell upon his tumbler of whiskey and soda still half filled.
Mechanically the doctor helped himself to another whiskey and soda.
Harrison, you can put the whiskey and soda on the side, anyhow, then you can wait for me in my room.
If you don't mind, Ronnie, I will finish this letter while he brings the whiskey and soda," Sir Alfred said.
Presently Harrison returned with the whiskey and soda.