The story is about Eli and Charlie Sisters, two killer brethren in the merit of a wealthy man known only as Commodore, who hired her to kill a man named Hermann Warm. The Commodore claims that Warm had robbed him and left the city. Eli notes that he suspects how many people seem to steal from a dangerous man like the Commodore, but Charlie defends her employer. Warm is followed by John Morris, a Scout who also works for Commodore. Morris finds it warm to travel by rail car train to the south with the gold rush to California and befriends him with. Warm complains about the difficulties involved in his journey, and Morris helps him by buying him a horse and traveling with him to Jacksonville, where Morris, without Warm's noticing, arranged a meeting with the brothers' sisters. When they arrive, Warm finds handcuffs in Morris 'pockets, realizes what Morris' true intentions are, and threatens Morris with a gun. Morris, however, overwhelms him and holds him back. While tied, Warm states that he's on his way to California to find gold with his own chemical substance. The sisters' brothers were sent to procure the formula he expects them to use through torture before killing him. Morris can not bear the thought of having an innocent man murdered for the benefit of the Commodore. He releases Warm and leaves Jacksonville with him. On the way to San Francisco Warm states that it is his ultimate plan to found a utopian society in Texas that is free of greed and other social ills.
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