tates that efforts were made to raise a fund to send cannon and arms to Lane, but adds that they proved a failure.
On the 1st of October the journalist visits Nebraska City with Mr. Jones and Carpenter.
October 3d proves a lucky date to the writer, who records the receipt then of seventy-two dollars from friend Sanborn.
The surs with the Bible Story of Gideon, believing that he with a handful of men could strike down Slavery.
On the 2d of November, Colonel Forbes took steamer at Nebraska City for the East, and Captain Brown went down to Kansas by the emigrants' road, in a wagon driven by one of his sons.
He left two others at Tabor.
Here Cook's aptain Brown.
Staid a day and a half at Mrs. Sheridan's — then lift for Topeka, at which place we were joined by Stephens, Moffitt, and Kagi.
Left Topeka for Nebraska City, and camped at night on the prairie north-east of Topeka.
Here, for the first, I learned that we were to leave Kansas to attend a military school during the w