pt 2 prosperity of colony feb 11, 1872
d-est interest. We have received pressing inri-taiicn inri-taiicn inri-taiicn from the liaoptmanii tw visit it next Mitnn ?r, and Lrpe to do so. V.'e. would lie to see the fields tilled by t.hexe Germans iLe otchaid6 SDd vice-yards vice-yards vice-yards ihty are planlin?. tie puiQen and sto k of which thay have reason to I ofL It would rejoice us to re-n,eu.t re-n,eu.t re-n,eu.t r that crly two years ago these smilin? fie'ds were an ni.tilkd wast; of prairie land. In time we will export to see flourishing manufactories on the wood -d -d streams which re a poit:ou of tLeir poession. Should tier mcceed. the viror of tha Tew'ouic blood will load to new Hud useful enterprises. The FaiqueUique colony is a ii -tie -tie seed, bat if it grows who can compute tlu advantages to re" suit to the country at large.