rsons, so that five of them may still be living in Grey Eagle's camp.
Two of the girls, Lucy and Ada, are young ladies, Lucy being nineteen, Ada sixteen years of age. Adelaide is a child of nine, anAda sixteen years of age. Adelaide is a child of nine, and Julia barely seven.
These children must be sought and found.
Grey Eagle makes for the Red Fork of Arkansas River, by which he means to cross into the Public Lands, lying westward of the Indian an encumbrance, one of the hunters knocks it on the head, and flings it to the wolves.
Lucy and Ada are bestowed on the big chiefs; but the pursuers are so hot that Grey Eagle has no time to dally by Captain Niel, are placed on their trail, with orders to recover the two young ladies, Lucy and Ada, from their savage captors.
Leavenworth, Kansas, and America, they are told, expect these ladiese dealing with such savages as Grey Eagle?
Adelaide and Julia Germain are safe within the lines of Fort Leavenworth; but their elder sisters, Lucy and Ada, are still in their savage captor's hands.