Harris, and an order for post-horses directly, she wrote a few lines to her mother.
Harris, or if HE could not come, for some other advice, when the former--but not till after five o'clock--arrived.
Harris was punctual in his second visit;-- but he came to be disappointed in his hopes of what the last would produce.
And it depressed me to think that so sweet a child as Eva Denison should have spoken harshly of so good a man as her step-father, simply because he had breadth enough to sympathize with a coarse old salt like Captain Harris
I explained to George and William Harris how I felt when I got up in the morning, and William Harris told us how he felt when he went to bed; and George stood on the hearth-rug, and gave us a clever and powerful piece of acting, illustrative of how he felt in the night.
Harris said a little something in one's stomach often kept the disease in check; and Mrs.
This was the training he had received from Harris Collins, who, withal he was a sentimental and doting husband and father, was the arch-devil when it came to animals other than human ones, and who reigned in an animal hell which he had created and made lucrative.
In the meantime Del Mar sent off two telegrams to New York, the first to Harris Collins' animal training school, where his troupe of dogs was boarding through his vacation:
When Miss Harris returned with the rake and cheerfully inquired: "Anything else tonight, Mr.
While Miss Harris was counting out his change he rallied his powers for a final desperate attempt.
Well, as you don't seem to like it," said the jolly Harris, "it had better be taken back to its owner.
Harris was not a man to waste his thoughts on the impossible.