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hands resting on his uplifted knee. Fairman wondered whether he saw the dirk at Tolty's side. All he said was, "Take it easy, hoss."
Tolty stopped, like a dog that had run out full of noisy fury and had to brake himself at the last minute to keep from biting off more than he could chew.
The tone of grievance came into Tolty's voice. "You ain't goin' to buy nothin'. You got no honest business here."
" I reckon you're right," the man said, and took his foot from the stump and stepped back toward his horse.
" What might your name be?"
Hig answered Tolty. "It might be Old Hickory.
Might be Andy Jackson himself in person." "Dick Summers."
" Dick Summers?" Fairman repeated.
" You got it right." The man swung a leg over his horse and sat still for a minute. He took them in, Tolty with his cigar, Hig, Fairman, Tod clinging to Fairman's hand. Then he swung his horse around.
Fairman wanted to call to him, to ask if he was the mountain man, to ask if he'd pilot a company to Oregon, but he stood silent as the horse jogged away, knowing only that he'd seen the second man he'd like to travel with.

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