Clipped From The Wilmington Morning Star

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 - hands of Steve arid Torn Lowrey to deceive Col....
hands of Steve arid Torn Lowrey to deceive Col. AVisbart and thus, gain an opportunity to murder 4iim. -Hef -Hef had been in jail for' robbery, and tried in the Superior Cdurt of Robeson' Robeson' county, at, the . pjing term of 1870, whea hevwas acquitted v of the charges against hire for the want of testimony.; After he was released he was advised by, several , parties to leave the neighborhood, they thinking that; he was really a -better -better "man than he was, and that be was led by Henry Berry and the other members of the band, but he chose rather to stay in Scuffletown, where he soon returned to his old habits, " as the sow that is washed returns to heK wallowing in the mire," only to eventually meet his terrible fate at the hands of William Wilson, on the 26th of December, 1872. The band was then all gone but Steve Lowrey, and we will soon see how he went. i. - -

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  1. The Wilmington Morning Star,
  2. 30 Jun 1874, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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