Semi-Weekly Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI 16 Apr 1864
prove to be something more than a drift deposit. deposit. It will, however, be of little practical practical va'ue until it is connected by railroads with navigable waters.—[St. Paul Pioneer LLOYD PARDONED.—Thomas - E. Lloyd, tried at the last' term' oHhe Grant County Circuit Court for the shooting of Dr. Tawney, Tawney, at Beetown last fall, and sentenced to two years, imprisonment at Waupun, has been pardoned by Gov. Lewis, at the.solic- itation of a long list of petitioners, including nine of the twelve jurymen who sat at his trial. He was on his way to Waupun, with Sherifl Goodenough, to commence his two years of imprisonment, when he was met at Madison by his attorney, Hon. J. Allen Barher, Barher, with the pardon. Mr. Lloyd immedi - ately left for his home in Ohio Mr. Lloyd seems to have the sympathy oi the entire community. Such, we suppose, will ever be the case when men, etuna; by such injury aa his, take revenge in-x> their, own hands—ftt least as long • s hiijaan na lure remains what it is. —Grant Co. Wit- THE 30TH KEQIMBNT. — A letter in the Hudson Hudson Star, professedly from a member of the 30th Ri!g.iment, comp'ains that they have frittered away eighteen montbs of their term of enlistment "in a service that is without Lpnor, glory, or hope of reward.'' '