The wary savage sentinels, a few minutes after the plunge, came down to ascertain the noise, but skelly had already escaped.
From what you said skelly started out by being for the Union.
Some of the drivers said that his rightful patronymic was skelly; but this was a rather obscure matter.
They say that up there in the Alleghanies Slade and skelly are doing a lot of harm.
We've heard of a guerrilla band under two men, Slade and skelly, who are making trouble to the southward.
A victory won by skelly's men with skelly dead was no victory at all to skelly.
But the men of Slade and skelly could yet be seen on the crests and slopes, and there was no indication that they would draw off.
Slade and skelly instantly sprang for the trees and Slade blew sharply upon his whistle.
Tom Sykes, who was held up by them an' robbed of his hoss, says that the rest of 'em called their leader skelly.
Dick's chief apprehensions were in regard to Slade and skelly, but they found no trace of the guerrillas, nor of any other foes.