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He possessed illegal convictions in his mind along the subjects of black cats, lucky numbers, and the weather predictions in the papers. We went into the enchanted chicken coop, which was fixed mysterious with red cloth and pictures of hands with lines crossing 'em like a railroad centre. The sign over the door says it is Madame Zozo the Egyptian Palmist.

There was a fat woman inside in a red jumper with pothooks and beasties embroidered upon it. Tobin gives her ten cents and extends one of his hands. She lifts Tobin's hand, which is own brother to the hoof of a drayhorse, and examines it to see whether 'tis a stone in the frog or a cast shoe he has come for. "Man," says this Madame Zozo, "the line of your fate texas poker online shows--" "Tis not me foot at all," says Tobin, interrupting. "Sure, 'tis no beauty, but ye hold the palm of me hand." "The line shows," says the Madame, "that ye've not arrived at your time of life without bad texas poker online luck. And there's more to come.

The mount of Venus--or is that a stone bruise?--shows that ye've been in love. There's been trouble in your life on account of your sweetheart." "'Tis Katie Mahorner she has references texas poker online with," whispers Tobin to me in a loud voice to one side. "I see," says the palmist, "a great deal of sorrow and tribulation with one whom ye cannot forget. I see the lines of designation point to the letter K and the letter M in her name." "Whist!" says Tobin to me, "do ye hear that?" "Look out," goes on the palmist, "for a dark man and a light woman; for they'll both bring ye trouble. Ye'll make a voyage upon the water very soon, and have a financial loss. I see one line that brings good luck. There's a man coming into your life who will fetch ye good

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fortune. Ye'll know him when ye see him by his crooked nose." "Is his name set down?" asks Tobin. "'Twill be convenient in the way of greeting when he backs up to dump off the good luck." "His name," says the palmist, texas poker online texas holdem poker online thoughtful looking, "is not spelled out by the lines, but they indicate 'tis a long one, and the letter 'o' should be in it. There's no more to tell. Good-evening. Don't block up the door." "'Tis wonderful how she knows," says Tobin as we walk to the pier. As we squeezed through the gates a nigger man sticks his lighted segar against Tobin's ear, and there is trouble. Tobin hammers his neck, and the women squeal, and by presence of mind I drag the little man out of the way before the police comes. Tobin is always in an ugly mood when enjoying himself. On the boat going back, when the man calls "Who wants the good-looking waiter?" Tobin tried to plead guilty, feeling the desire to blow the foam off a crock of suds, but when he texas poker online felt in his pocket he found himself discharged for lack of evidence. Somebody had disturbed his change during the commotion. So we sat, dry, upon the stools, listening to the Dagoes fiddling on deck. If anything, Tobin was lower in spirits and less congenial with his misfortunes than when we started. On a seat against the railing was a young woman dressed suitable for red automobiles, with hair the colour of an unsmoked meerschaum. In passing by, Tobin kicks her foot without intentions, and, being polite to ladies when in drink, he tries to give his hat a twist while apologising. But he knocks it off, and the wind carries it overboard. Tobin came back and sat down, and I texas poker online began to look out for him, for the man's adversities were becoming frequent. He was apt, when pushed so close by hard luck, to kick the best dressed man he could see, and try to take command of the boat. Presently Tobin grabs texas holdem poker online my arm and says, excited: "Jawn," online poker texas holdem online poker says he, "do ye know what we're doing? We're taking a voyage upon the water." "There now," says I; "subdue yeself. The boat'll land in ten minutes more." "Look," says he, "at the light lady upon the bench. And have ye forgotten the nigger man that burned me ear? And isn't the money I had gone--a dollar sixty-five it was?" I thought he was no more than summing up his catastrophes so as to get violent with good excuse, as men will do, and I tried to make him understand such things was trifles. "Listen," says Tobin. "Ye've no ear for the gift of prophecy or the miracles of the inspired. What did the


palmist lady tell ye out of me hand? 'Tis coming true before your eyes. 'Look out,' says she, 'for a dark man and a light woman; they'll bring ye trouble.' Have ye forgot the nigger man, though he got some of it back from me fist? Can ye show me a lighter woman than the blonde lady that was the cause of me hat falling in the water? And where's the dollar sixty-five I had in me vest when we left the shooting gallery?" The way Tobin put it, it did seem to corroborate the art of prediction, though it looked to me that these accidents could happen to any one at Coney without the implication of palmistry. Tobin got up and walked around on deck, looking close at the texas poker online passengers out of his little red eyes. I asked him the interpretation of his movements. Ye never know what Tobin has in his mind until he begins to carry it out. "Ye should know," says he, "I'm working out the salvation promised by the lines in me palm. I'm looking for the crooked-nose man that's texas poker online to bring the good luck. 'Tis all that will save us. Jawn, did texas poker online ye ever see a straighter-nosed gang of hellions in the days of your life?" 'Twas the nine-thirty boat, and we landed and walked up-town through Twenty-second Street, Tobin being without his hat. On a street corner, standing under a gas-light and looking over the elevated road at the moon, was a man.

A long man he was, dressed decent, with a segar between his teeth, and I saw that his nose made two twists from bridge to end, like the wriggle of a snake. Tobin saw it at the same

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time, and I heard him breathe hard like a horse when you take the saddle off. He went straight up to the man, and I went with him. "Good-night to ye," Tobin says to the man. The man takes out betting poker his segar and passes the compliments, sociable. "Would ye hand us your name," asks Tobin, "and let us look at the size of it? It may be our duty to become acquainted with ye." "My name" says the man, polite, "is Friedenhausman--Maximus G. Friedenhausman." "'Tis the right length," says Tobin. "Do you spell it with an 'o' anywhere down the stretch of it?" "I do not," says the holdem online poker texas man. "_Can_ ye spell it with an 'o'?" inquires Tobin, turning anxious. "If your conscience," says the man with the nose, "is indisposed toward foreign idioms ye might, to please yourself, smuggle the letter into the penultimate syllable." "'Tis well," says Tobin. "Ye're in the presence of Jawn Malone and Daniel Tobin." "Tis highly appreciated," says the man, with a bow. "And now since I cannot conceive that ye would hold a spelling bee upon the texas poker online street corner, will ye name some reasonable excuse for being a ...

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