|Publisher:||Dunkirk Evening Observer|
|Place of publication:||Dunkirk, New York|
|Date of publication:||Aug 2, 1884 12:00 am|
|Source URL:||View Source|
– Tortured to Death. TUSCALOOSA, Ala., morning a thirteen-year-old daughter of á well known citizen living just outside the town, came in to take a music lesson. on returning in the evening she was met or the load by Andy Burke, a negro, who dragged her into a piece of woods. A gentleman passing the toad soon after heard screams and started into the woods to investigate. When Burke saw him he released the girl and fled, Parties of searchers captured him Thursday and hanged him to a tree. It is alleged that they first mutilate. him in a horrible manner and then tore his scalp off. Becoming imbued with the spirit of torture they finally disemboweled the wretch, and fired a volley of shots into him The sufferings of the victim while being tortured were horrible. The Governor will it is said, investigate the matter at once.