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It was pleasant to see bow glad the boys were to get back to their old home, and to witness the joyful greetings of their old acquaintances among the crowd. Several who have accompanied me on each of the expeditions I have made, again lxoked for tho present one.
"We would rather have a forty acre lot ia Plainvisw," I overheard one of them saying, "than the best planta- tion in the South." "Boys," said anoth- er to his comrades, "th**y say that man made the town and the Lord made the country. Teft, formerly of Minueiska, now a resident of Plain view, was. Foster, who is one of the largest and most prosper- ous farmcri in Minnesota. Parties or squads and companies from the East will arrive here trom the 15th ins Uint up to the time ol start- ing.
An in- teresting feature of tho celebnition here was a festival for the benefit of the Epis- copal charcb, which was a sue cess. At an early hour on the morn ng of the Fourth, the people commenced pouring in from all the surrounding country, and by 10 a. they, in connection with the citizens of the town, and with so- ta Ferry, and was attended by from 1,500 to 2,0()0 persons. Marshal of Mank.ito, tbe delivery of which occupied atxhed into silence, so anxious were all to hear the testimony of a living witness in regard to the outrages practiced upon the I'niou prisoners in thereb. His words of simple truth hud a power over tho audience not to be attained by mere oratory. The Flaterville and Sacramento Vol ley Sailritad starts from the same point, and parses through this city and then by the south end of Lake Uigler to Virginia by a route mucbstraighler and said to hi- far mora interesting and picturesque, and about forty iiiiles shorter. Paul, May 10, i Mi S, Crockery Importing House WILL a^ELL CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, fte., to, JLt 'EBi Bterxx Prioes, with L1C8S than freight added . Pi^cettauiou^ TBE Li DIES OF Sil NT PAUL Ah» RKSr SClr ULLT IKVORUBDTH\T THRS.
The enthusiasm of the day, how- ever, found vent chierty in the " rhythmic movements" of the dance, and ilie energy and perspiration expended in his exer- cise may be accepted as conclusive evi- dence of the patriotism of tho W abashaw- nese. The programme, wtiich ap- peared in tfiis pa[ier last week no.*, we believe, sion, headed by our band and b v the An- carried out entire. This was followed by tlie Declaration ot Independence by Jud»on Jones, Ksq., who, in reading it, by no means iiijured his good reputation as a readtr. Many were moved to tears by his simple storj-, and all silently thanked e nady to leave Lou- isville for Fort Snelling, as early as Jnly l Oib. The travel across the mountains — in- cluding passengers two and frcm New York, and such ways — travel as business demands — is even now of immense mag- nitude, and wdl probably average the year round about 8'" passengers per day, or 2,900 annually. we here attend a comical trial before two Justices of the I'eace, turning out as rich as anrthiog ever described by Dickens.