IHA! JVlUKUhfi. Out Elibrls Procure a Few jiciie Partieahirs. Cl-i I.'ov.-lei- ij (.iiijlt at Grand Juno-Uca Juno-Uca cr.i -l.?:n'i otilzw tha Search is i..ilj ij j? ailed Seem Him. : tJn Sand ty morning we jr.ive a syn-; syn-; oo.-is t.ii all that w as know n about tlie 1 u'wrder of poor Hen tJuchanuii at his j ram-h ju.-l 'above I'rice staiion about 1 i I.e miiidle ot July last. Since that ; iime The Dtsiwi On iteiers have been at wtu-k trying lo hjcate Sheritf Fowler. .; He was so quiet, we knew iie was on the tp.il all right, but we also thought ;h" might divulge a few points that j would at least partially satisfy the hun-- hun-- i, r v p i i : 1 i c. At hi st 'w e f-.T re ted h i m . out at Grand Junction. Hello:-' he says. ' The Morning Dlsi'.T(. ii! Wi ll, how are you? Yes, 1 am here working like a Leaver to capture, cap-ture, ii possible, the two fiends you steak ot. No, 1 presume there is no j clue as yd that I need withhold from the press. The villains, 1 have traced thorn i'rice to ibis place with the stolen I ! team and w agon, and it is only oing to the fact that poor Pen's bo''y was : not tound sooner that -. I have not laid ; tl.om in jail before now. ! Here Sheriff Fowler reviewed the horrible deta Is substanliully as this ' jiaper puhlis' t.-i.l th. m on Sunday morn-: morn-: iii. 1 have trae d the murderers, ; crossing the ferry at Green river, at lia.mj son's Springs, then at the Cisco : pump house on the tlesert. Xext at ; Fruita. just west of Grand Junction. ! Here a bail tloy.en ro;als le.id oil' in its ; many direct ions, w hich 1ms neeessi-j neeessi-j ta ted a ten poran halt. Hut one of my I inessei.gers brings me won! that they have gone to.vard Telluiide sure, and lo j that point 1 am now headed. It is t!i'i !' v.etks since thty iassed Grand , Junction, so you see, t am on a pretty cold trad, but my determination to cup-ti cup-ti re them urt.es me on, and I am warm on that cold trail, and veiy hopeful that I can bring Ihe v retches to jus-'ice. jus-'ice. I won't j u it i lie trail as long as I can trace them. They are trying to se'l the team, and that is all that worries wor-ries me, as I have not a very good tle-sciipiioiioi tle-sciipiioiioi tin in, hut as long as t hey i.e.p il;t! I can i Icanfo'low them. t was one of ihe most eiiii 1 murders I ever heard ol they found poor H n's mte ey. in ilouht, as they are. spending money lavishly along the road anil h I the help of God, 1 will bring the murderers mur-derers of Pen Hucha- on to justice yet."' As wiil be seen from the above. Sht ri:l' I'ow h r is in the case w hole-soii'ed: hole-soii'ed: and it is thedesiie of all classes that he succeeds in his object. since, the above was written, Ihe sheri.i' has hrcn hoard fr.-m at Teilu-ritle, Teilu-ritle, ml the trail gets warmer. 1 I.e tir.nid Junction AVfx is just at hand. 1 1 contains a long article on this affair to which the toliowing is appended: append-ed: 'Latei:. As we go to press we learn from G. J. D. WiMiams that Strother Cuddy, of Fniila, tells that he saw two m. n answ ei mg the above description driving this identical team over the Vi i, iie river road in the direction of i-ougl'is creek ai.'out ten or twelve days ago. Previous to th;S the same pair, drivhig i he stallion and the sorrel mare attached lo the running gear of a lumber lum-ber w agon, were seen by X icli'das Owen iiboni lour mile's west of Fruita. The n-eii incpiireti of hiui t he road to Ouray. It is probable lhaf they changed their course alit-r meeting Ovven and struck for the White riser country. They will undoubtedly be captured by the oliice olii-ce rs. ' From Tuesday's Daily. The cottage of H. J. Malben's looms ' up nicely with iU white brick walls. ; Fifty-three new subscribers came in ; yesterday afternoon"! mail from the! - south. " j England is seriously considering the i i adoption of an anti-pauper immigra-1 : tion lav?. ! ; The county jail prisoners are very I quiet after their dose of bread and 1 water on Saturday. j There are 19,000 farmers in Mani- toba. They will turn out this year -'-3,000,000 bushels of wheat. A good substantial brick house is being be-ing built on Center street opposite George T. Peay's property. The residents of Yuma, A. T., were badly scared by shocks of earthquake and tidal waves on the Sth inst. Compaue The Dispatch with the Salt Lake dailies for telegraphic news, i ami see if we don't "get fhar." The New South Wales Legislative Assembly rejected the motion granting siitlrage'to women by fifty-seven to forty-four. A visit to the east part of town will show to anyone, some of the riches of l tali, as the grain and truit crops are z ow ripe. The Provo Harmonica club stopped at our door hist night and rendered a selection. These things are pleasant. Do it again. The Lehi band has entered for the contest at Castilla on the iOth inst. The boys were at the Springs on Saturday evening with the excursion. The shop occupied by J. II. Smith, the horse-shoer, on G street, is having saw-dust placed under the iron roof to ward oif the heat of the sun. Judge r.LACKiit-Rx's house is having the finishing touches of the painter's brush, making it one of the neatest cottages cot-tages in this part of the country.