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 - grades; when reading without glasses, holds...
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 genuine wit under most trying circumstances; made his headquarters in San Francisco for eight years; made but few close friends, and those of first-class respectability; is neat and tidy in dress, highly respectable in appearance, and extremely proper and polite in behavior, chaste in language, eschews profanity and has never been known to gamble, other than baying pools ou horse races and speculating in mining stocks. A SMOOTH WORKER. ( During tbe time that C. E. Boles was j engaged in robbing Wells, Fargo & Co., extending over a period of eight years, i he lived in Sau Francisco at a respectable j lodging-house, and reported or gave £ people to understand that he was engaged in mining—owned a mine, in fact. His brief absences from ihe city when ( he would rob a stage were supposed to be ( necessary visits to his mine, and his i daily associates never dreamed of his E true character. His habits, his appear- j ance, his tastes and intelligence were all ; foreign to the generally accepted ideal of ( a stage robber and thief. It is quite Contain a penings Greatly The following Daily and either paper Pasadena— Colorado street Pomona Pheonix, A. T San Diego San Bernardino Ontario Orange Anahci m Santa Ana Santa Monica San Pedro . So .

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

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