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The Cry is Still “They Come.”

Emigrants come rolling in upon us at a rapid rate. Droves are going to Kansas. Mr. C. N. Pratt, the gentlemanly agent of the Pacific Railroad, which runs in connection with the Louis, Alton and Chicago Railroad, informs us that one party of about 300 families are about making their exodus from Maine to Kansas, the present season. They go out under the agency of Moses Emory, Esq., who has come out to make arrangements for the location of the company. A point on the Big Blue, near the Nebraska line, has been selected for the establishment.—Chicago paper.

The White Cloud Kansas Chief, White Cloud, Kansas. Thursday, September 10, 1857. Page 2. © Transcribed by Maxine Smith for www. KansasOldNews .com.