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 - Since that date up to tbe present time there...
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 twenty-eight stages in this State alone. He was released from the State Prison at San Quentin, January 23, 18S8; spent two weeks in r-an Francisco, then went to Modesto, Madera, Merced and Visalia, leaving the latter place on February 2Sth under the name of M. Moore." is as follows:—Education, liberal; nativity, New Yoik; age, about CO ypars; occupation, mining; height, 5 ft. 8 inches; complexion, light; color of eyes, blue; color of hair, iron-gray; heavy mustache and imperial nearly white; size of foot, No. 6; weight, 100 pounds; size of hat, 7'i ; does not use tobacco iv any form, nor intoxicating liquors, nor opium; he has been troubled with throat disease, and it is voice, at times, seems somewhat impaired ; is a person of grant endurance, a thorough mountaineer and a remarkable walker, and claims that he cannot be excelled in making quick trips over mountains and grades; when reading without glasses, holds paper off at arm's length; is comparatively well educated, a general reader and is well informed on current topics; cool, self-contained, a sententious talker, with waggish tendencies, and during his arrest on several occasions exhibited ih« u<« Telegraphic BY EFFECTED, Fullest § To bo found in not being San ITS LOCAL Contain a complete penings and

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

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