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endezvous, surrounded as usual by a group of his "style of feather." Dan stood treat all around and then took Garry one side. "Garry, I ntee, but that won't do for me, you know." "I'll tell you what, Dan, if you'll give me a couple of sawbucks. I'll find you a customer."er that leave the work to me, I'll fetch the money out of her." Dan, satisfied with this arrangement, sauntered into the bar room, offerd 8-year-old gelding and $100, which he afterwards increased to $125 Dan perempt rily refusing until Garry's offer reached even $200, which haccompanied by Fred. "There she is, old boy, a good $300 worth; Dan, has warranted her every way right. She must bring me a pile beforep and try her as long as you please." "I don't want to try her, Dan has guaranteed her to you, and that's enough. I am satisfied she istruck.--he remonstrated, he fumed, he swore; but all to no purpose. Dan insisted that the sale between them was bona fide, and was made in t