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He didn't wait for her answer. He kicked the horse, hearing her protest at his riding alone, and reined out to meet the party. The drivers had brought the horses close and headed the cattle for the river and were making for the corral, racing to see who got there first. He shouted angrily, "Davisworthl Git the horses insidel You and the restl You got time for that."
It was Indians all right, Indians and Dick and one that had to be Brownie, one that was Brownie. Goddam, he thought-and no disrespect intended-it was sure enough Brownie, and Rock trotting by the side.
He rode for the bunch, and they for him, until thirty feet apart, when Summers reined in and held up his arm for the rest to do so. "Company, captain," he said. "Nabobs from the Sioux."
Of the words that crowded Evans' mouth only a few came out. "You two all right? They peaceable?"
" They won't rub you out, 'cept in fun."
" What do I do, Dick?"
" Git your pipe out and act to be loadin' it. That's peace sign."
" All right."
" I'll camp 'em off a piece and fix for palaver soon's they can fancy up. I'd just as lief hold 'em the night, for there's a village around somewheres. Can't take on the whole damn tribe."
" Kin Brownie come on?"
" Let 'im stay. He's beaver, sort of, that they aim to trade. I'll bring him directly."
Looking into the dark faces of the Sioux, seeing the bows and spears they carried and their eyes mean

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