When the door opened under his hand, they all showed relief, but were startled back into their former attention by his turning suddenly in the doorway with this final remark: "What did you say about a bottle with a special label on it being found at our house?
Still somewhat dazed, in my discomposure, having no answer ready, my startled fancy ran among the signs and labels of the counter until I recalled that a bearded man once, unblushing in my presence, had ordered a banana flip.
I'm going to wear a label with my name on it when I go over to the village to-morrow."
"The heavier luggage, labelled for the hold, sir," the man told him, "is down-stairs, and will go direct to the steamer to-morrow morning.
At his elbow lay the wooden tray with the labels in various partitions, the cork box, the lumps of twisted sealing-wax, while in front a rank of bottles waited to be filled.
No names were given in full, but there could not be the slightest mistake about the persons referred to, who were all clearly labelled by bits of characteristic description.
What are your gallipots And Latin labels to this fresh bouquet?-- Friend, 'tis a pure June morning.
All the children of one's friends had got big maps of England cut up into squares to represent constituencies and were busy sticking gummed blue labels over the conquered red of Unionism that had hitherto submerged the country.
The car was conspicuously labeled at either end with large cards, similar to those in the other car, except that they bore the word "Colored" in black letters upon a white background.
Lord knows I would have given a hundred francs to be out of her reach; but we had been all ticketed and labelled through under the same "pass," and there was no such thing as dissolving partnership now.
He tied a label round its barrel addressed to the owner.
"Some one placed a pair of spurs on the statue of St. Peter, and a label from the opposite statue of St. Paul.
I wonder he didn't throw the label away and type another."
It contained a prodigious number of drawers, which were labelled after the manner of those in an apothecary's shop, (from whence he denied, however, that he first took the hint,) and the labels were arranged in alphabetical order.
I observed that these bottles had labels about their necks, and that these labels were inscribed "Kirschenwaesser."