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Identifier: outing58newy
Title: Outing
Year: 1885 (1880s)
Subjects: Leisure Sports Travel
Publisher: [New York : Outing Pub. Co.]
Contributing Library: Tisch Library
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remember hissurprise when Lynch had shown himthat he was man size. And in Jiggsssoul still lingered a burning desire toget even. He looked up again, hiseyes glittering. I reckon there aint any better wayto damn a man in this here country thanto have him ketched stealin a hoss, hesaid. Talk sense, sneered Thompson.Hows anyone goin to get Luke Lynchto steal a horse? Give him a chance tosteal a mans daughter, an hell jump at it. But steal a horse! Lynch is someloco, I reckon, but he aint no such foolas that. Jiggs smiled significantly. I didntsay hed steal a horse, he said. I reck-on you didnt git me right. Theressome difference between stealin a hossan bein ketched stealin one. I dont reckon that I get you, re-turned Thompson. But he showed hisinterest by edging toward Jiggs. Jiggs stood up, the currycomb still inhis hand. Miss Jane is comin hometo-morrow, he said softly. First thingshell do is to look for Silver. I reckonshed be some disturbed if Silver wasgone. 9o THE OUTING MAGAZINE

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WHAT S THE USE OF TALKIN ,ANYWAY, HE SAID. She sure would, agreed Thompson.But— An if she found Silverd been runoff by Lynch I reckon mebbe shewouldnt think so much about Lynchafter that. Thompson clinched his hands to steadyhimself. He began to see what Jiggswas hinting at. An the boys think a heap of MissJane an Silver, continued Jiggs. Thats right, agreed Thompson, alittle more positively. An if they found Silver in Lynchscorral theyd be pretty apt to git someriled, resumed Jiggs. Then I reckonyou know whatd happen. Thompsons lips came together grimly.I reckon you aint got any love forLynch? he said. Him an mes bosom friens, re-turned Jiggs ironically. Thompson turned on his heel andwalked away. But presently he returned. His eyes glittered coldly and his lipswere set with decision. Jiggs, he said evenly, its only tenmiles to Lynchs place. There aint beenany moon for three or four nights, an Ireckon there wont be any to-night. Idont mind tellin you that if I could finda man who c

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