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 - The fact that since his release from San...
The fact that since his release from San Quentin Jauuary last bis movements have •>een comparatively unknown, is what helps to puzzle tho detectives, and the iollowing circular has been issued by Mr. J. B. Hurrte, special officer for Wells, Fargo & Co: On the 27th day of last July the stage from Briber, Modoc county, to Redding, Shasta county, was robbed by one man of the United States mail and Wells. Fargo & Ow.'s treasure box, the latter containing only (31.75. The amount obtained from the mail is not known, but would probably be s.overal hundred dollars. On November Bth the stage from Downieville to Nevada City was robbed near "Nigger Tent," by one man, who rifled thiee United States mail bags and Wells, Fargo & Co.'s treasure box, getting from the latter $20 in coin and a gold bar oi the value of $2,200. On the 20th of November the stage from Eureka, Humboldt county, to Ukiuh, Mendocino county, was robbed by one man, who got irom the express $1148 74, coin and currency, anc probably $1,000 from the seven mail bags which he rifled. Since that date up to tbe present time there have been several other similar affairs in each of which the business was done by one man, and we have reason to believe that all of the robberies were committed by the notorious C. E. Boles, alias C. E. Bolton, abas Black Bart. Between July, 1883, and December 4, 188"), he robbed THE IS Newspaper Complete in air In Every FULL —i EDITORIAL ih« u<« All L.lvc the ITS

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  1. Los Angeles Herald,
  2. 27 Jan 1889, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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