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nned sourly as he passe
d on. Jack heard him, a
nd his smile grew twist
ed at the tone in which
the word was uttered;
but he still smiled, wh
ich was more than many
a man would have done i
n his place. Bill stood
while the rest of that
grim procession passed
his place. There was a
nother, a young fellow
who looked ready to cry
, walking unsteadily be
hind Jack, both his arm
s gripped by others of
the Vigilance Committee
. There were two crude
stretchers, borne by st
olid-faced miners in re
d flannel shirts and cl
ay-stained boots. On th
The Gringos by Bower, B. M., 1871-1940