:stillamyster"y. The Horrible 3iimler of Ben. Buchanan iit Price. Full Particulars to Date of thia Host Sad and I out Affair-Siioi .Fowler is Oa Track or the Prpetra:o.-3 of the Awful Aw-ful Crime, But thy are not yet Caught As so many inquiries have lien trade at tins oilier lof more Hid particulars par-ticulars ol the loui iaur ivT ot lien, iiucuanan, whicu Oicuir d at Price at aiv.nl the man lo i f Julv last, news of whicii we urst t-xciu-ovtiv putalsht ii by this paper in its i.-sue of August ,j, j a leporter was pui upon thr easr w tti j instructions lo look into l he matter i and obtain all ihe patticnlars less bio; for our readers. This has been th -tie. j and although the additional information informa-tion rcceiveO by the reporter 'is tin agiv i and unsatisfactory, it is here given:; Mr. BiX'hauan, oi'-pen." as he w.isj familarly called, was ai. old time rest-j dent of .Span sh Pork, !ut for the past few years has been living aioue on a farm near Price. Although somewhat! of a recluse, and his hunts soineix hai j miserly, he was an hom st and in. lust-1 nous man, and Well re-prctd by all ! who knew nim. He h s niany reliiivcsj a jil friends in Spanish Fork, and the I sad news of his death has cast a poom i over thot city. j It appeals, from ..11 that- can ho j learned, the crime was committed tori money ,-as he was supposed to have! considerable of U hid a-uoiit Ins hoii.-e j or burned in his ranc.i somen nerc, and : by clever hands, as no tiace of blood was found anywhere, and had the murderers mur-derers taken paius to have tuned their victim uVeper, the tate of lien. Lui hanon w'oiil.I slill be unknown. j The tlrst clue to his ifisapperanco I was discovered by neighbors, on Aug-1 4th, passing his ranch and seeing cat lie ! grazing on his Pay had began to makei inquiry as to his wheiva bouts, but to I their surprise they found .Mr. iliu liaiion j and his team were missing. Search j was madethrou h the canyons at once, as it was thought he had gone (to re lor j posts nil had met with some accident, j Out all to no effect. ; A young man residing near Cedar sw itch, hearing ol the atVai , reported i that on or about the 17th ot July he had j seen Buchaiioifs learn about twenty I miles below ( r;ce, being driven by two strangers, one a smoothfaced, active young Dane, the other a miudly aged man with a sandy goatee. They were seen to cross the tVriy. Tins aroused a suspicion that something some-thing was wrong, and two brothers, William and Flank Warren, began d 1-ligent 1-ligent search at once near his house. .V I disagreeable smed 111 a small ray ine I about ten rods from the house caused j them to Iook in that direction, when it : was discovered that a few ' greasewood i bushes had heen piled up in a narrow ! ravine, which was about eight tect' deep, under which was a pi.eot louse diit. They were soon convinced that something was bur.ed there, as the tbes and the insects were crawling out and in the dirt. A jury Was summoned ' that evening, but did not appear until ! the moining ot tne oth, on account of; its being so late. Enrlv on the morn- j ing of the (tli. the jury, with a number of spectators, wei e on t.ie spot accoin-' pauied by Sheriff Fowler, of this city, who had been sent for. Steps were at once laken to remove the loose dirt, when a most sickening sight met tiie eyes of all w loch can never nev-er be forgotten. Under about a foot of diit weie found three i f h s ilo'S and under them was found the body of Ben Kachanon in a decayad con -'it ion. The body was lifted ;rom the gutt. r and examined by the jury, l'lie trac-1 lure was found on the lefi side of t.-.e! face, part of the Cheek bone being biok- I tsn and also some of the tee h on the same side. An empty pocket biok and a bunch of let' ers were found Punnl at his feet. His gun was stil! in the house with an empty shell in it. The team and wagon wore gone, the d )gs buiied with their master and things left in such a shape as to make it ap pear uiiii ne Had gone 10 the canyon. The jury returned a verdict that "Mr. Huchanon was wilfully and brutallv murdered by some unknown partv or parties on or about the middle of last July. " In searhing for the two strangers who were seen crossing the ferry with iluchanoifs team and wagon, it has been learned the same outlit was seen later than the 17th of July passing Thompson Springs and all traces seem to indicate that the murders have gone north into the Wood River com. try. It is to be hoped that Sherid' Fowler's efforts will be rewarded by an early capture of the fugitives.