Dan, satisfied with this arrangement, sauntered into the bar room, offered his mare for batter, warranting her perfect in every particular.
All the compatible dealing stock was immediately produced, liberal boat tendered, in exchange; but Dan would not close.
The most anxious of the party was Fred W., an old stager and rival of Garry's. Fred offered a sound 8-year-old gelding and $100, which he afterwards increased to $125 Dan perempt rily refusing until Garry's offer reached even $20ny way."
"There's the money that binds the bargain."
The bargain having been concluded, Garry called upon D. C and informed him of what he had done, and requested him to pay back $75,50, and take the horse that he (Garry) had taken of Fred. Dan very coolly informed Garry that he had already sold the horse to him, and had received his $200, and that he was not responsible for any trade that Garry had subsequently made with Fred Garry was thunderstruck.--he remonstrated, he fumed, he sw