|Publisher:||Seattle, Washington Territory|
|Place of publication:||Seattle Daily Post-Intelligencer|
|Date of publication:||20 July 1884|
Chicago, July 19 – A dispatch to the Daily News from Tuscaloosa, Ala., special says, Henri Burke, colored, who attempted to outrage a little white girl was captured last night in the garret of an old house. A mob at night, took him from jail and hanged him to a tree in the street and put five bullets in his body.
Ravisher Lynched. (1884, July 20). Seattle Daily Post-Intelligencer.