How did people feel about Injun Joe's funeral?
Twain doesn't tell us how the people felt about Injun Joe's death, but he does tell us that many people came to be a part of the funeral. People treated it almost as if it were a festive event. In chapter 33, Twain tells that
people flocked there in boats and wagons from the towns and from all the farms and hamlets for seven miles around; they brought their children, and all sorts of provisions, and confessed that they had had almost as satisfactory a time at the funeral as they could have had at the hanging.
Obviously, people were not sorry to see him go!