REIGN OF TERROR OVER
QUICK JUSTICE EXPECTED.
CONSIGNED TO HANGMAN'S NOOSE.
For nearly ten years, citizens of numerous Western states have fallen victim to the savagery of Colm O'Driscoll and his gang of outlaws. They have robbed coaches, battered women and men alike, murdered, tortured, and committed sundry unmentionable atrocities. His wild, hot-headed and impulsive ways are the stuff of outlaw legend.
Bounties for his death or capture have long been posted far and wide. That reign of terror came to an end when the leader of the notorious gang, The O'Driscoll Boys, was captured during a routine coach inspection by a deputy. O'Driscoll was examined by Judge Taylor the next day. His sentencing was quick and concise. He will be hanged for murder in Saint Denis.