“Some books and things was carted from the office to Denver a-Wednesday,” said the know-all who had spoken about the mortgage.
This time the hunchback, in his favorite character of know-all, took the lead.
Come, Mr. know-all, look upon the prisoner at the bar; do you know him?
You find out for yourself, if you're so clever, Mr. know-all; I'm off.
The place had a know-all air blended with a chaste exclusiveness.
Then the witnesses were called, and Mr. know-all did first give in his evidence against him.