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MAY 141887
SATURDAY
fly mill 1 year 750 6 months 400
nuths J200
Weekly 1250 per year J150 eight months
vdvcrtislng rates furnished at office
LT Lee DEMOCRAT PCBUSHIXO COMPAMY
Office 12 E Second South Street
TilE LOYAL LEAGUE
Tun DEMOCRAT has heretofore given c
comb reasons why in its opinion the
next session of Congress will be the
most favorable time for procuring such
legislation for Utah as will effect some
I
practical results The Loyal League was
organized as is generally understood for
that purpose Tho inefficiency of the
laws enacted at the last session has al
ready been abundantly proven to the
Gentiles of this Territory and the result
of the election will convince the
most charitable minded Congressman
that no form of oath can
be devised which will offset the
elasticity of the consciences of the
people who have caused the necessity of
strong and perhaps unprecedented legis
lation for Utah The present law can be
made useful only as a means of demon
strating to Congress that a stronger
measure is necessary It would be the
height of folly to lose the opportunity of
pushing the matter while it is still
fresh in the minds of the people
of the Nation and while seats are
retained by so many members of both
branches of Congress who pledged them i
selves to the loyal representatives that
they would give us a stronger law if the
present one proved a failure It should
ho apparent to the officers of the League
if the present organization is not main
tained and if it is permitted to go out
ol existence as matters now stand
that it can never be resurrected nor the
loyal l people of Utah be united in such i
a shape as to facilitate the only means
for the redemption of Utah from the
political control of the Mormon priest
hood
TilE 31AUK OP CAIN
The Mark of Cain is the title of a
recent work of fiction by Mr Andrew
Lang The scene of the story is laid in
England but it turns entirely upon the
eJmrl a tribal mark or brand of the
Arabs of the Red Sea Biblical scholars
will remember that in the patriarchal
story of Cain the institution of
blood revenge is connected yith a
certain mark which Jehovah appoints
to Cain Mr Lang assumes that that
this old patriachal brand is the same
still in use among the Red Sea Arabs
and hence christens his story The
Mark of Cain Mr Richard Johnson is
a Satesman or holder of a small
landed property in the north of England
Ho has one son a neerdoweel This
Fon disappears from the old home and
enters upon a course of worldwide
wanderings Coal is discovered upon the
Johnson lands and the old man becomes
immensely wealthy He wishes to
see his only son now the heir of great
riches before he dies All attempts to
find the wanderer are in vain however
and the father dies leaving his wealth
to his son or his sons heirs And now
comes on the scene Mr Thomas Cranley
a dissolute and ruined scion of the Eng
lish aristocracy The country seat of
the Cranley family is in the neighbor
hood of the Johnson property and Cran
Icy is familiar with all of tire circum
btanccs of the case By the merest
chance Cranley discovers the missing
heir in London in the most
abject poverty and a slave to
strong drink Johnson the heir has one
child a girl of seventeen years Cranley
conceives the diabolical plan of murder
ing the father and daughter assuming
the fathers identity and claiming the
Johnson wealth Accordingly he estab
lishes an intimacy with Johnson Ascer
tains the course of his various wander
ings and generally familiarizes himself
with the past life of his victim In the
printed descriptions of Johnson circulated
with u view to his discovery by the
Johnson family lawyer it is men
tioned that the man wanted
has certain curious tattoo marks
on his body Cranley prevails on Johnson
to duplicate these tattoo marks on his
Cranleys body and then murders him
After as he supposes disposing of the
girl also Cranley presents himself as the
missing heir But retribution had been
been dogging tho steps of the heartless
assassin A young London doctor
named Barton had been one of those
who found the body of the murdered
Johnson Inch Cranley had placed in
an open cart in a London stable
yard on a bitter cold night
thus creating the supposition that
Johnson had frozen to death
during a drunken spree Dr Bar
ton however was not satisfied Certain
peculiarities in the case excited his
suspicions and he began a quiet but
thorough investigation The doctor was
an enthusiast on the subject of tattooing
and had made it a study He recognized
nil of the tattoo marks on the body of
Johnson Among others the Mark of
Cain used by the Red Sea Arabs Ho
had also noticed on the dead
body certain tattoo marks still
unhealed These marks were between
tho shoulders and could not possibly
have been made by Johnson himself
Peculiar coloring in these marks also
attracted the doctors attention and on
close examination he found this coloring
was the result of the use of woorali or
arrowpoison of the Macoushi Indians of
Guiana In short tho doctor was on the
right track and succeeded in unearthing
the whole conspiracy He was present
when Mr Cranley was subjected to an
examination in support of his claim to
the identity of the missing heir and
Mr Lang makes tho mark of Cain
the vehicle for a dramatic denunciation
and exposure of the crime On the trial
it was proved that Cranley after under
going the tattooing operation at the
hands of Johnson had pursuaded John
eon to let him add another mark to his
Johnsons person and had then ap
plied the deadly Indian poison which
had l slain the victim The daughter of
lohnEon J escapes the well spread snares
ol Cranley and enters upon her inheri
tance as Mrs Dr Barton The plot is
strong and well developed The Mark
of Cain is a very readable book
TilE SALISBURY MINISTRY I
acin
ai2The internal situation in England has
lually reached a point which absorbs
the attention and energies of its states
men The Salisbury ministry is today
confronted with a crisis which must lead
to dangerous complications whatever
may be the issues presented In the
present condition of Europe England
may well dread any contingency com
promising her interests abroad for
whatever may happen she will neces
sarily be forced to divert her atttention
from external affairs to concentrate
hem exclusively upon events which are
now in fermentation within the boun
aries of her own horizon Everything
surrounding the Salisbury Govern
ment is in a state of the highest
uncertainty The position of the
cabinet is i so dubious and precarious that
no foreign power nor even England her
self could venture a reliable prognosis
upon the immediate future The colos
sal danger at this moment suspended
over the British Government is the Irish
question more menacing more imperi
6us than ever before The Parliament
ary debate upon the bill authorizing fresh
coercive measures must of necessity
result in a crisis to bo alike dreaded
whether favorable or inimical to the
ministry It is inevitable that it will be
contested with passionate energy From
its very nature the bill betrays the ex
treme anxiety of the Government It
surpasses in its oppressive rigor all the
measures for Ireland hitherto introduced
These measures indeed are the most
astounding conception which could have
entered into the brain of a British
statesman when it is considered that
tho trial by jury is universally regarded
as the fundamental basis of the
liberties of the United Kingdom It
would seem impossible they should be
sustained by any other party than one of
the most advanced Toryism And yet it i
appears certain according to Lord Hart
ingtons declarations that they will be
defended to the last by LiberalUnionists
who it would seem prefer rather to sac
rifice the principles of constitutional lib
erty to which their policy has been con
secrated than to restore Mr Gladstone to
power upon the ruins of the Salsbury
ministry If the Crimes bill becomes a
law and there is little room left indeed
for a saving doubt on the subject no one
can foresee the extent of the calamities
which would be given birth to for it has
already been demonstrated to all but the
selfdeluded Salsbury Ministry that Ire
land will not submit to a regime so arbi
trary and oppressive
DIPHTHERIA
For some time past diphtheria has
been in our midst and hearts have
beaten heavily cheeks have grown pale
and eyes anxious as the dread word was
listened to The sound of children in
agony has been heard the voice of
mourning has been uplifted from the
family circle and little forms have been
hidden forever from the eye of love
have been removed from the father
kiss and the mothers caress Diph
theria grim and pitiless It blights the
opening bud and severs the tender shoot
It must be vigilantly guarded against and
vigorously resisted in the very inception
of its attack All parents should have a
thorough knowledge of the methods
of this destroyer of infancy and
every household should be armed
with weapons of the greatest pos
sible effectiveness The following ex
cerpt from the Medical Record will there
fore explain itself
Dr E L Oatman of Nyack writes that
for tho past two years ho has treated diph
theria by the local use of a solution of the
mercuric bicloride and has been greatly
pleased with the results obtained Iron in
largo doses and free stimulation certainly
play an important part in the treatment
but with these alone I lostat St Agatha
Asylumten out of twentythree cases
while since the addition of local treatment
by the mercuric solution have lost but one
out of thirtyfour subsequent cases This
patient died two weeks after the subsidence
of all local symptoms from paralysis of the
muscles of respiration Seven of my cases
have had more or less paralysis of the
muscles of deglatition daring convalescence
This appears to be a largo percentage and <
might direct some suspicion toward the
mercury ar being in a measure causative
The details of treatment in an ordinary
case and as followed in the hospital ward
are as follows I manufacture on the spot
abcut fifty swabsmade by twisting ab
sorbent cotton around a stick about the size
of a lead pencil The cotton should be
pulled out and twisted firmly around the tip
of the stick extending beyond it that the
end may be thoroughly protected so that
no injury be done while using it This ill i
dipped in a solution of the bicloride of mer
cury two grains to one pint of water and is i
passed into the throat until it touches the
posterior wall of the pharynx It is then
instantly withdrawn and burnt No swab
should ever be used a second time No at
tempts are made to rub off any of the mem
brane but more or less always adheres to
the swab This procedure is repeated hourly
day and night until the disease begins to
subsidowhich it usually does in fortyeich
hours I follow every application by the
internal administration of five to ten
minims of tincture of the chloride of iron
and as much whisky and milk as the case
appears to demand If the interior or pos
terior nares are invaded the nose should be
syringed The conical urethral syringe is i
the safest instrument to leave in the hands
of a nonprofessional nurse It is of the
first importance that the nurse or mother be
fully instructed in the method treatment
and should make the application satisfac
torily to the physician before being left in
charge of the patient In no case have I
ever experienced any difficulty gottinp my
instructions carried out or met with any
serious resistance from the patient
Spraying the throat is a far more difficult
procedure for the lay attendant as the
tongue obstructs the passage while none of
the loose membrane and mucus is removed
as with the swab but is swallowed and
systematic infection furthered The
diphtheritic membrane cannot flourish in
contact with the bichloride of mercury and
if this invaluable agent be constantly ap
plied to the diseased surface for a few
hours the poison will be destroyed I at
tach importance to the method of ap
plication and the extraction of the loosened
membrane beneath which the poison is i
still active but inaccessible to the
antiseptic
A BRIGHT STAR
Mormonism is still able to recruit itself
from the effete countries of the old world
Thousands have drifted into Utah from
that source within the last few years
Of course these recruits arepoor and
weak people What deluded and feeble
minded Mormon population there must
hem in Utah Territory People who believe
in modern revelations from heaven to
Brigham Young and his successors are
of the capacity to submit to the rule of a
bigoted hierarchy composed of Mormon i
elders It would be an act of civilization
if the government could < arrest the growth
of Mormon population within the bor
ders of the United States The stum of
the blight is black enough and large
enough It onght not to be permitted to
spreadKansa8 City Star
THE morning Church Echo defends the
course of the London Times This was
to be expected Any obstacle in the
path of progress must command the I
sympathy and support of the Mormon l
Church despotism
4
F1NDIU PHARAOH
In the May Century are two j roiusely
illustrated articles under the above cap
tion describing discovery of Pharaohs
tomb and picturing its contents From
he first article by Mr Wilson the photog
rapher we quote this account of the way
in which the tomb was located In1
line of tombs beyond the Ramesseum
lived lour sturdy Arabs named Abder
Rasoul They suppljed guides and don
I keys to tourists who aesired to visit the
urns Thebes and sold them 1 genuine
and spurious antiquities When they
found a mummy it being forbidden by
law to sell it the head and hands and
feet were wrenched off and sold on the
sly while the torso was kicked about the
ruined temples until the jackals came
and carried it away I purchased a head
and a hand of one of the brothers amid
the dark shadows of the temple at
Qurneh Early in 1881 circumstantial
evidence pointed to Ahmed AbderRa
soul as the one who knew more than he
would tell Professor Maspero caused
his arrest and he lay in prison at Keneh
for some months He also suffered the
bastinado and the browbeating of the
women repeatedly I he resisted bribes
and showed no melting mood when
threatened with execution His lips
told no more than the unfound tomb
and not as much Finally his brother
Mohammed regarded the offer of bak
shish which Professor Maspero deemed
it wise to make as worth more
to him than any sum he might
hope to realize from future pillaging and
made a clean breast of the whole affair
How the four brothers ever discovered
the hidden tomb has remained a family
secret On July 5th 1881 the wily Arab
conducted Herr Emil Brugsch Bey cura
tor of the BuJab Museum to Deirel
Bahari and pointed out the hiding place
so long looked for A long climb it was
up the slope of the western mountain
till after scaling a great limestone cliff a
huge isolated rock was found Behind
this a spot was reached where the stones
appeared to an expert observer and tomb
searcher to have been arranged by
hand rather than spattered by some up
heaval of nature There said the sul
len guide and there the enterprising
Emil Brugsch Boy with more than
Egyptian alacrity soon had a staff of
Arabs at work hoisting the loose stones
from a well into which they had been
been thrown The shaft had been sunk
into the solid limestone to the depth of
about forty feet and was about six feet
square Before going very far a huge
palm log was thrown across the well and
a block and tackle fastened to it to help
bring up the debris When the bottom
of tho shaft was reached a spbterranean
passage was found which ran westward
some twentyfour feet and then turned
directly northward continuing into the
heart of tho mountain straight except
where broken for about 200 feet by an
abrupt stairway The passage terminated
in a mortuary chamber about thirteen by
twentythree feet in extent and barely
six feet in night There was found the
mummy of King Pharaoh of the Op
pression with nearly forty others of
kings queens princes and priests
OUR Republican contemporary says
that if Mr Elaine is not to be the coming
Republican Presidential candidate it
will be necessary to discover whom he
will prefer to have his mantle fall upon
This is evidently a realization on the part
of our contemporary Mr Blames man
tle is not cut from Preidential cloth
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One Door North of Walker House
BARGAINS IN HOUSES AND lOTS
In All Parts of the City
I HAVE SEVERAL CHOICE
l3usitIessE = rc > perties
7 am not a Prophet nor the Son of a Prophet but 1 predict
that Ever Dollar Invested in Real Estate in Salt Lake City
will in Three Years return Three Dollars to the investor
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eaJ Elstaite Agentsgt
34 E Second South Street Salt Lake City
FOR SALE
KA Lot 2J xG rods fronting south with 4 Lot 5x20 rods 2 houses fine orchard
fet37 2600 f
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t v room house good well located 7 blocks in 6th ward
east of Clift House l 500 Lot 2J410 rods small 3 room house 21st
I 0fin lot 5x20 rods 4room house well v > tuu ward A good bargain
S JUU fenced barn 7 blocks east of Clift 500 600 510ts 2 15 rods each with
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House OUV OUU
nice frame houseof 3 rooms
250 Ixt3blockl8 plat rg containing 100 on each will be sold separately or both to
square rods 21st ward gether 18th ward
dfOflnO All of lots 2 and 4 block 11i plat F > l 1 nn Lot 4x10 rodsold adobe house four
S 1 ulu3 acres well fenced all in lucerne vliiuu blocks cast and 2X south of t
on 10th ward bench House
110QLot3x9 rods fronting north 2 blocks 4900 Lot 3 > < x20 rods elegant 6room cot
p east of Clift House 5 > OUU tago all fenced to Itself in 9th ward
CjO4no Lot 5x20 rods 5 room rustic cottage 3600 Corner lot 7x6 rods nice poplar shade
82400 Nlfcig fr OM
Oyu house fine orchard well fenced gg trees In Rib ward
blocks west of Clift House 3600 Lot 4xll rods 2story adobe 8room
450 Two whole lots 2 acres lots 3 and 4 j > uujj house hydrant water In 13th ward
block 101 plat C 612008 acres fine laud good water title
d 0fiflfl Lot 10x10 corner story brick house splendid dwelling house 74 miles
OJ uuu 6 rooms 10th ward south and 1 mile east of the State Road
Os K O Lot 1 block 15 plat F well fenced and 1400 lot 3x2 rods nice neat 5room cot
qjtio v all in lucerne east bench 10th ward y Attvv taKO house 10th ward
Cil 1 800 Eight acres fine land north of Hot fil 000 lco acres over Jordan 5 miles west of
V10 springs 7 miles north of city some v LJJj postoffice all under good wire fence
in lucerne cedar posts
Fsrty acres fine land over Jordan 7 600 Lot 5x ° rods in 20th ward close to
800 miles from city DUU schoolhouse
600 Forty acres 3 room rustic house 1 mile < 15000 C5 feet front by 100 backwithin a
west f Sandy station near Jordan river gLOUUU half block of vastch corner
500 Five acre lot 4 miles southeast of city 8000 Lot 10x10 rods 1 block from Clift
plenty of water for 1 irrigating i House
< 2100 X20 rods > fine orchard 4 room adobe 4000 LotlrlO rods atory adobe house 7
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house outhouses fine shade trees in ZHujj roams i block from Wasatch corner
frout Sib ward 2004 acres on East Bench nice land 2
9000 5x10 rods nice 8 room cottage house TUW miles southeast of postoflice
pOJ good barn fine orchard 6th ward AqCOO Lot 6 x20 rods 2 story rustic 7room
500 Lot 3xiO rods 2room adobe house in vuuuv house7 blocks east Wasatch corner
19th ward between street line and
car < Qnn210 acres good land good spring of
glass factory SUU Water miles southeast of city
900 Lot 3x10 rods nice rustic 3 room xSfiO Corner lot 5xlO rods fruit trees 1st
house and kitchen in 21st ward 0
1i u v v ward close to Liberty Park
t650 Lot 5x20 sods 2room frame house in S850 Lot 2x5 rods 8th wardclose to school
v 5th ward 1 block south of D R G W house
round house
lot4x8 rods 1J bloks east of Clift
3900 Lot4x20rods splendid rustic cottage 59000 House
fvsv house of 7 rooms fine orchard and
barn elegant style house in 9th ward 2500 Sacre near county lot 23 poor miles house from with postoffice 5room
f lJ 1100 room Lot 5x10 adobe rods house good in orchard 11th ward good 3 brick fine flowing cattage well entirely new good orchard and
tfQOOfl ° u Lot 5x20 rods4 room adobe house and t1CJ00 Lot 5x20 rods 2room brick house
v > w good barn in 12th ward 11th ward
jKODO 28 acres 10th ward bench well fenced 2 so Lot 5x10 rods 21st ward close to Catho
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mostly in lucerne good spring of I lie hospital
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ijAOO Lot 2x2O rods 3room cottage house
< i 1100 l Corner lot 10x10 nice Groom brick oji > 600 21st ward
ii > cottage house east bench
d > 1 Kftfl Corner lot 5x10 rods adobe Groom
< 850 > At3x10 rods new 3 room brick house oiJ 1500 house barn in 20th ward
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< j > ent Corner lot 10x20 rods nice orchard
lJ9950Lot 3x10 rcdsnice brick cottage 5 pi uuv 4 room adobe houseIn 1st ward close
wt house in 8th ward
room to schoolhouse
9900 25 acres fine land all under cultiva tf1 70O Lot SilO rods now 4 room cottage
700
VjUU tion 3 acres in orchard2storyhouse 5J house In 11th ward
Bountiful > Davis county
120 across good farming land well
A jKAfLot 3x10 rod nice 6room brick cot < > 2000 fenced good adobe house over Jor
9tjvv tage hydrant water good barn in dan 4J4 miles west of postoflice 300 water
12th ward right
WE HAVE BARGAINS IN PROPERTY ALL OVER THE CITY AND
INVITE STRANGERS TO CALL ON US AT OUR OFFICE
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We have sold some of the largest properties in
the city and have places on our list
ranging from500 to 20000 in value
a INCLUDING
5 acres on the Drive 6 acres on the Drive
10 acres on Third East 15 acres on Third East
20 acVes 1 onState Ifoad 1 21 acres on West Drive
20 acreson theSrive IQ acres onFonrth West
320 tcte i 1 oJfTo lberly Park
A fine1 Efstt > fRESIDENT PROPERTY > both vacant and improve
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