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from a keg. That's why they're trailin' along-for presents."
Dick talked to the other two Indians fronting up with him, speaking sure and comfortable as if to old friends. They came to the river and let their horses drink and forded it and lined out for the gap that the sun was turning golden brown. Not till then did Brownie notice the wind was dying down to nothing. It was, he thought, like the wind that-had blown mad in him and now was eased off, leaving him tired but good-spirited. Dick had said he hadn't done bad. Everyone was scared in a fix, the first time, anyway.
" I didn't look for you to shoot," he said.
" Kearny and presents didn't gentle 'em enough. So I said we had thirty men who would black their faces if you was hurt, an' everyone could shoot as good as me. That's when I fired."
" What if you'd missed that there dickey-bird?"
Dick's face creased to a slow grin. "Next I'd've said, 'Pleased to meet you, Jesus. Shake hands with my friend, name of Brownie Evans.' " The smile faded, leaving just the marks of good humor. "I reckon you ain't looked at this gun, Brownie. It's my second one, an' double bar'l, an' I was readied up for fowl. The bar'l I fired had bird shot in it."

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