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TIIK (WON' I. NO SUN. A Fleht With Outlaws. departmentof,L.Zeehendorf In Tucson, Under Shurlll Joe Hardeman re- Is the proudest man in the, old pueblo, turned hint Saturday evening from his The Star says: "I'hll Hrannen was the trip to Pleasant Valley and Tonto happiest man in the city yesterday. Basin. He had warrants for Krnest l'hil Is one of tho best natured eltizens Gentrv and Farrel, who are wanted by f tllu community, anyway. Ho is the authorities. They are hiding alwil.v,! on ood ter',,s w,,n everybody, among the Indians on the reservation, wul1 H wlt, himself, but yesterday Gentry being quite Intimate with them. hl! eemeil U) have an overflow of gen He lives with them a large portion of lallty, eordlality and good will for the the time, having a squaw and a imp- cntiro W0,W. in(1 the Slar man sul oose. Joe was unable to locate them, lMHud ho l)ll(1 trlll!!c II Klondil:e of free but finally W. W. Walker came In for Kwi ,M thuro h,l(1 )wn minors to that provisions, and upon his return Barge- effect, and to the inquiry as to whether man trailed him to their camp, which ho ,u"' nv good samples he answered wan located on the Canno creek, near wllh l)i' generosity: 'You bet, und John Dozen's ranch there, the Apache w l,unj fe")1(1 weighs nine pjunds, and chief. Bargeman struck camp on the is a girl.'" Kith at 10 o'clock a. m., but on account of the nature of the ground ho could not get close to them. There were five men in the camp Gentry, Walker, Farrell and two others, licsldes several Indians. From an onen bluff near the John Hanco and W. II. Ashurst came in from the Grand Canyon on Friday. The trip was a good deal like an Alaska one. For the llrst thirty miles the jour ney was made through three feet of cam, Bargeman, single-handed, called mUv nnd tmo U( reach Flagstaff. The trill was made for them to surrender, but was answered by a shot from Gentry, which was the signal for a general fusllade. The men in the camp rushed for their horses. Bargeman sent a bullet after Farrell, but missed him. Another followed young Walker, striking him in the side, and sent him headlong from his horse, and the Indians report him badly wounded. To chuse them was impassi ble, as a largo band of Indians was close by, and it would have leen suicide for Bargeman to have followed. He, how ever, captured Walker the next day. who was taken to Globe and held to answer the ehargo of horsestealing, us he was riding a horse belonging to Frank Ketchenside. on horseback, and the animals were completely tired out on reaching here. There will be plenty of water In the country adjacent to the canyon , this .vear ' A telephone from Chaparral Wednes day morning announced that UuvCabt net salojn at that place, conducted by Brlot & Coyle, was entered Tuesday night and nibbed of $720. Sheriff Hug. ner left at once for Chaparral. The money belonged to Mrs. Arnold, who" had sold her restaurant and placed the money In the Cabinet safe for secure keoplng.Journal-Miner. Kx-Mayor Howard celebrated tits 78th Joe Bargeman is one of the nerviest birthday on Thursday. Judge Howard omecrs in Arizona and his recent ex- i mi.. r . , ...n. . ... , ploit more than justifies this reputu- f ,,,e. Ver r,,Mt 8t',,lt,r8 r tlon. Holbrook Argus. Arizona, coming here with Governor MeCornilek and his nnrtv. who (.tl.. jPhil Brannen, who since November llshed the territorial government. last has been in charge of the clothing Journal-Miner.