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rifle closer. He said, "Now getl" and touched his horse a step ahead.
He was the master of them. One by one they turned. The eyes sliding off from his had a look of craven injury. They filed back as they had come. He sat straight and still, by his power and presence willing them away, until the last of them was gone from sight.
He had reassured the women afterwards, had got the train to moving, had met the riders coming in and told them no, it wasn't time to camp. Rain, mud, Indians, scattered cattle-and still the train had rolled a decent distance. Eight miles, maybe ten, he estimated. Which showed what management could do. Which showed what a little spunk could do. He didn't exaggerate his deed, though he heard the women talking of it to their men. It was no more than the duty of a captain to his company. He'd do the same again in spite of Summers, who said, "It worked this time, but don't never try it on a Pawnee or a Sioux."
That night he let it be known the cattle guards would have to show some sense. The idea, firing at imaginary Indians and so causing a stampede! Of course the Indians were imaginary. Hadn't the riders found all the animals but one? Had they spied a single thief? He didn't hide-his sentiments about Mack and his behavior, either. Not that one Indian mattered much. It was the consequences possible. The men took it well enough then. They knew they had it coming.
But now, because he said a sick man didn't justify delay, because he said Martin would be as well off in a wagon, they acted upl Tadlock popped another blade of grass.
He reminded himself it was about time for the

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