We will then reckon
if the game has been worth the stakes.
Yes, I reckon
yours is the cleanest house, because it's the newest, so you'll just step out and let us knock in one o' the gables, and clap it on to the saloon, and make ONE house of it, don't you see?
He had his back to me, en 'uz talkin' to de man en givin' him some bills--nigger bills, I reckon
, en I's de nigger.
But if a man was dead sober, I reckon maybe that whack might fetch him; I dono.
Besides, I reckon he ain't ever com- ing back to this town any more.
Well," he says, "I'm right down sorry, Aunt Polly, but I reckon I got to be excused--for the present.
I reckon he's somebody they think they better be on the good side of, for they've tried to please him by hiring his no-account brother to help on the farm when they can't hardly afford it, and don't want him around anyhow.
I ain't partic'lar as a rule, and I don't take no blame for settling his hash, but I don't reckon
him ornamental now, do you?
But, you know, this is what is surprising: why does it so happen that all these statisticians, sages and lovers of humanity, when they reckon
up human advantages invariably leave out one?
Stranger," she said, 'I reckon
you're sure the first white that ever set foot in this valley.
Some folks have that knack--I reckon
you have it, too, Mistress Blythe.
you'd think so if you'd come all the way here as I did