of anything resembling caution.
He is known to have brought his gun part of the way, leaving it on the road, and to have discharged his revolver when in Huntsville and reloading it before leaving, to have taken Mr. Boon's buggy to Montgomery to have it repaired, and to have borrowed a spade in the neighborhood with which to inter the bodies.
In short there was not the faintest shadow of a doubt of the guilt of the hardened wretch.
Hall, day before yesterday, was arraigned before Esquires Rogers and Robinson, of Walker county, but the fact appearing that the crime was done in Montgomery county, the Justice ordered him thither in charge of a strong guard.
Yesterday he started in charge of Sheriff Marsfelder and some twenty persons as his posse. This morning, we learn, that, as the Sheriff was on his way down, he was waylaid near the scene of the dreadful tragedy and forcibly deprived of his prisoner by from 100 to 200 armed and determined men, who executed the wretch on the spo