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The Art of Speaking From thu
What n Praferitor of tlto Carlctia
Calling HuyA Pocnlinr
Gift X > rcrlbcd.
St. Ullls IVit W'l'ilih
Of nil the myatlo arts pothaps non
is loss clearly understood by tlio pen
oral public than that of ventriloquism
To got , nt EOiuo fnir understanding ol
this strnngo use ot the human voice , a
reporter ot The Post-Dispatch cillw :
upon and discussed thu subject Ine ,
evening from its practical standpoint
with Mr. Albert O. Duncan , whoae
skill in the art hns an netonislied ntit
doliithtod audience * at Popo'a during
the present week. Mr. Duncan is on
of the youngest as well as uiobt sue
coastal mombora of Ills profession
which ia Raying a good dual , consider
ing the fact that tlioro are only thrro
or four really successful ventriloquists
now living , although many aspire to
The reporter opened the interview
with the simple question , "How cut :
an ordinary man tvor. become n vcu
"I do not knosT that it is popsiblo
for every man to succeed in that lino,1'
was the reply.
"Then what do you consider the
proper qualifications ? "
"I cannot ssy. I hnvo atudicd that
matter from observation for aomo
time , but noticed but few thingi po
cnlinr to the members of my protca
sion. I have noted thnt the organs of
speech are wull formed nnd thnt those
who nro nblo to practice it tire generally -
ally short , stout or well formed. Fur
ther than tlint I have observed noth
ing common to the claso. "
> lin it a natural gift or a cultivated
ntt , one that everybody with good
lunga need throat and mouth can
ncquiro ! "
" 1 should rather call it a gift , nl
hough it requires constant cultiv.v
"How did you cultivate il ? Are
there any books on that niibject ! "
"yes ; tlioro nro a number of works
n which pretensions tire made , but
I have found none of them of the
sligliteBt benefit in inc. In fact , they
rather had i tendency to confueo and
discourage mo. "
"Well , then , how did you learn itf"
"I'll just toll you. Ever since I
wan a small boy I had the habit of
necking equuEtling pigs , dogs , frogs ,
crying children and screaming wins-
Ics. In thin childish sport my voice
cccivod line training , and putting it
o the various testa I may aay I ncci
dentally discovered thnt I possessed
ho power of locating the sound elso-
"Ifovr did you mako. shis discov
ery ? "
'I can't toll you now exactly. It
came to mo gradually , I had often
thought it nouudod away from mo
whi-ii T growled at dogs or mowed in
: ho presence of cats , and finally other
people took notice of it nnd began to
call mo n ventreluquiat. You know I
won a boy then , and did not oven
know what they moant. "
"How long have you been upon the
regular ntago ? "
"Only about three yenra. "
"How long before that was il that
you became conscious of your ability
to control your voica in thin man
ner ? "
"About thrco years. "
"How old wore you then ? "
"Tlut was sixteen years ago ; I am
now twenty-five ; I was nineteen.
That is the date , you understand , of
ny first appearance in public. My
roico had been gaining strength for
tome time , and I had amused my
ricnus at private parties time nnd
gain , and made anchsuccessful uao of
ny voice as to got inyiolf iirod oil"
itroot cats and public places of aaaom-
ilaio ; by mocking crying children , and
onatantly putting in my oar wherever
found u quarrel. Whenever I saw
wo mon disputing I was euro to put
ivordo into the mouth of ono that were
lalculntcd to precipitate a row. Then
s the two were about to clinch and
have it out I would make Iho offender
"Thon what would you do ? "
"That depended on circumstances.
Sometimes I would stop nnd explain ,
"lut my common coursn was to [ jot -
way as fast as posaiblo. "
"And would you succord in all this
without being discovered ? '
"Oh , yia ; don't ' you ni'o from my
oprusentations on the stiigo that I
make tho' noundu without moving n
musclu of my face ? If you hnvo not
watched mo , note this , nt.d tlili , und
his , " Diid ho , between n ucceseton ot
"ill'urcnt Bounds representing thu
larking of a dog , the crying of u child
> nd the mew of n cat.
"Coming back to the original quos-
Ion , " wild the reporter , "how do you
riko those aoundnf"
"With my throat nnd lipa , "
"Acd how do you manage to locito
"I don't know exactly. I do it just !
.3 naturally UN you talk or walk. "
"Well , to put it plainer , what mui *
lea nro brought into action in locating
.ho sound ? "
"Oh , that is done by contracting
ho stomach. "
"In nil CWIOB ? "
. y , . , "
"T > \vhy don't all the voices you
mitut. .und tit a certain distance
ram ; - u ( "
"Well , you nao , that is regulated in
, hia way : Wlion 1 want the voice to
iQUud Bomo distance elf , I move only
he muscles at the basn of the stomach
ach , and when I want it nearer the
contraction U higher up. The pitch
and tone are regulated by the throat
and mouth. "
"When you are going through with
your part does it appear to you that
the sounds are located olsowhcrol"
"Oh , yea , when I laid to the figures
they seem to bo speaking to me , and
so does the charcoal man. "
"Isn't that imagination ] "
"Tho effect npori my ours ia the
same as that upon thu oara of the
"How long does your performance
"Thirty-five mlnuetoa in reality ,
but with thu Kiralfy'a only about
eighteen at thu utmost "
"Well , no , I generally fool bettor
after the exorclau , "
"They say that ventriloquist * do not
live long wha'w do you think of that
" 1 don't believe it. When thoto Use
so much strain on the alonnrh I think
ono should be careful not to strain that
organ under improper conditionn. It
msy bo that T Iiavc recujwd all the dis
orders tlitt nro tald to nllhct the pio-
foMton by taking the bo t of cam of
mys * > lf. 'You set ) I nm n very temper *
nto man. Once in n long v. lido I drink
n glass of beer , sometimes 1 smoke n
c'gar ' or tnko a chew of t > birro ; but
thuso hftbiti oio indulged in with such
moderation that you would icurccly
know I possessed any of ( hi m. 1 nlmi
take good care never to tt hunrtily
.inmo'Matoly before any peifi < roi.tnco. "
"From y < ur appearance ono would
draw the conclusion that y > u are gen
erally on hand nt meal tinu ; what are
your t'cily habiU in this rtsprctl'
"I generally take breakfast about 8
o'clock , dinner at 1 and supper at 0.
After that I eat no more until the
next day , untnu I take n lunch alter I
come oil' iho stage , about 11. "
"How lorg nro you on tlu- stage , all
told ! '
"Only Iho eighteen minutes 1 spoke.
I appear but onoo each day "
' And that constitutes a dnj'a work ,
does it ? "
"Yes , that is all that the ICirnlfys
ask of mo. I was formerly with Hart ? : ,
the magician , when it was customary
ior me to appear several times during
an evening , but I don't hko it to
"Docs the wotk over seem tiresome
and monotonous ? '
It is never monotonous , because I
very it to suit the occasion , but when
the weather is bad as it was yesterday ,
heavy and oppressive , I moin , it is
hard work. Then I felt as if I w anted
to sink right down in front of the foot
lights nnd give it up ; but 1 fought it
without letting the audience Know how
1 felt. Whr.t do you call tins swim
ming bath out Weat hero "
"Yes , "that's it. I was out there
to-day and I'll p.et m something about
it to night. I'll maki * the man in the
closut talk about it. I often pick iy >
local things of this kind and disquss
them. Once in Now York while 1
was trying to disentangle the imngin-
ary Itishman'o brain , the lire bulls
struck nnd I mido him cty out lire
Another timu I w.u rmymg not a
sound , not n sound in n duop , mys
terious \oic ° , when u ntroot car cuno
along , and 1 altered it lo 'Hot n
sound tuvo ti hess cur. ' Both took
'Awhile ' of discovering
a n you npu'io
ering your power * aci'idoi.ully. From
that I infer you did not m ti > ct von-
tiiloquism UH n profession and proceed
to qualify yoniuulf for it. "
"Oh , no ; novur though , of such n
thing. My pruliuiency wai aciiuired
by amuDing myself and friondn while
I woiked aa a clerk in a Now York
"How did you happen ever to ap
pear in public ! "
"J belongud to a Bible class and
wan called upon to taku pirt in n
church enturiainmont , which kd 10
other engagements until 1 g. < t : . paid
If you knoiV n young ni.ui with
some gift in your respect do you
think you could teach him to become
proficsnt ? "
"I gueaa not , but I might help him ,
I have oftrn iiad people make mo
splendid drum to teach them , but I
would not u'idurtako ty ( job. "
"You appear to placo'ooinuch otrosa
upon the value of the natural giftH , do
you know of any remarkable diller-
onccs in the formation of your own
mouth and throat , as compared with
other as.iii-Bnts ? "
"Nu : noi in my own judgment ,
though I have had a great many doc-
torn oxamiuo mine and pronounce
their formation vt > ry perfect. I pre
sume I havi ) cultivated both , " Raid he ,
as ho inadvertently placed his hand
upon a well-roundud chin that be
longed to n handsome face.
"Do you think you inherited any
sf your poworsf"
"I guosu not , unless 1 got all that
mould have belonged to both par-
" ' "
"They are duaf mules. "
"Xho Coiuiuodoro. "
Jos , Ij. l < uot , thu Luiiunndoro , lJn ( , ! ,
111 , , HayH THOMAS' KULEOTIIIC On , cured
lira of Hctatica with ono application , llinr-
) Uflily ; appllud. It ulna i\irod him of n
levero uolil and couli. . Ho thinks It u
/eiy valuable reuitily , .tad will uovor be
ffiurray & Lanman's
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1 12 Harnoy lit. Oinrha , Neb ,
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nnV Rullliici , V/lnda - and CallarJ
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WNK1IAT. M .KVT
T jr ? nn
d , o5 uu ,
F. L. Sommers & . Go's ,
AND DEALERS IN
Fruits , ? NJuts and Cigars ,
III S. 14th St.
OMAHA - - MEB.
D. M. WELTY ;
( SnoooHHor to D. T. Mount. )
JUmifucturrr ami Dealer In
Saddles , Harness , Whips ,
FANOY UORSIS OLOTIJINO
Mas , QuBters aud Turf Boode
/J.rjX. ol ALL UKaCUIlTIOllB.
"The Beat in The World , "
_ OMAHA , NEB
NOW IN TJ B E.
They Biiri allottifr § lot < * tj rWax , ( trie
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.They are for sulu \ > y all L < widlng Cur-
lago IJuilders and Dtialura througliout
ho country ,
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I'ltcutte ulIlullJer ot
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A Chrlitlun family Ecacml ( or llijt. P | * rei
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DIREDTORY OF LEAD1NQ WESTERN HOTEL
HOTKLS. PllOPRTltT01l8 rowKr
ARLINGTON , J. O. MclNTIRE. Uncslp , Nftt
WEATHEnUY HOUSE , CA. 0. WEATHERLY , Mannlnr ; . Iowa.
REYNOLDS HOUSE , O. 0. REYNOLDS , Coon n.ipldi , Iowa.
BArtATOOA HOTEL , J. 0. OTELLINIUO Mllford , Neb.
MARSH HOUSE , E. MANS , BROWNSVILLE hi
OOVMERCIAL HOTEL * JOHN HANNAN.
HALL HOUSE , A. W. HALL Loulivlllo
OITY HOTEL , OHENCY & CLARK , Blair , Neb ,
COMMERCIAL HOTr. , J. G. MEAD , Neb
ORANI1 CENTRAL C.13EYMOUR , Neb
MIBOOUUI PACIFIC ) HOTEL , P. U THORP , WeeplnaWotfr.N *
COMMERCIAL HOUSE A. O. OAARPER , Htrdf , Neh.
QREr.NWOOD HOUSE , W.MAYFIELD. , UrconuocJ , Nni )
OOMMEROIAL HOUDE. E. nTORF.Y. CUrlndo , low *
END'S HOTEL , U. L ENO , rr mcnt , Mcta
EXOHANOC HOTEL , 0. b. HAOKNUY , ' Athland , t\c\ ,
METROPOLITAN HOTEL , FRANK I.OVCLL , Atkinson , NeO
WORQAN HOUSE , t. L. CRUOII , Ouldf Recd , N .
OUMMIT HOUSE , OWAN A DECKER , Urctton , Ik.
HOUSTON HOUSC , OEO. CALPH , Uilr * , In ,
REYNOLDO HOUSE , O. M. REYNOLDS , Allnntlc. In.
WALKER HOUSE , D. H. WALKER. Ali' ' < ut > on , U ,
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , 0. UURQESS , Neoln , IA
CITY HOTEL , Dl A , LLIAM8 , Harlot I * ,
PARK HOUSE , MRS. M. C. OUMMINQn , Corning , I * .
NEURASKA HOTEL , ML. AVCRY ,
MERCHANTS HOTEL J , W. DOULWARl ! , lUutllnttonJur | tlon , M
COMMERCIAL HOTEL , Blanchurd , U
PARKS HOTEL , F. M. PARK , Bhcnandoah , I * .
COMMEROAL HOTEL , HENRY \VILLO , D/tyld City. Nel >
UAQNELL HOUSE , CHAS. DAQNELL , Collage Spring i , In.
COMMCROIAL HOUGF , WM. LUTTON , Vllllica. U.
JUDKINUHOUSE , FRANK WILKINSON , Malvern. la ,
DALL HOUSE , H. H , PERRY , Ida Orovo , U
COMMCROIAL HOUSE B , F. BTtARNB , Uriebolt , U
WOODU HOUSE , JOHN EOKE.RT , Oicvola , Neb.
DOUQLAQ HOUSE , J. B. DUNHAM , Clarki. Neb.
BEDFORD HOUSE J. T. ODEEN. Bedford la.
ARLINGTON HOUSE , J W. DLACK A DON , MarjivllleMo
NORFOLK JUNCTION HOUSE A. T. POTTER , Norfolk Junction Neb
SVINSLOW HOUSE O. McOMITY , Boward , Nob.
AURORA HOU8L M. H. JONES. Auroiir Nen.
OROZIER HOUSE O. R. CROZ'CII , Sidney , Hen.
AVOOA EATING HOUSE D W noCKHOLD Avoca . . .
CENTRAL HOUSE LOCKWOOD A RMATTUCK. IId Oflk
FOSTER HOUSE Onpt. JOHN FOSTER , Lewis , l.l.
WHITNEY HOUSE E. HAYMAKER , Orltwold. 1.1.
DEPOT HOTEL , O L. CHAPMAN. Diinlan , 1.1
LUSK HOUSE. J A. LUSK. LORUM , l.l
DOW OH Y HOUSE W. H MORTON , DowCltiO.i
JAGQr.lt HOUSE. JAGQRR& HOV Dcnlion , In ,
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2J Vlco-l'rtn't , ( Jon. ManaKorChla > io
( Jen. I'A6i > civor At.
\Y. J. UAVENl'OUT ,
( Jen AL'ont , Council IllulTs.
U. 1' . DUiU , , Tlckot Au-t. O"
THE sioux QITJ : RODTK
Rnnn HolU Tralu Ttiroouh frorr
Council Blulfu to St. PRK !
Without Ohanc * Ylmn , Only II l-fo-irw
: ao > ( JO > uir.Jia ratt DHORTM tvmvv
VU > U
OOUNOIL BLUI FH
tn > l all 'iH la Hotiiicru IOHA , U iuojklt a .
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o < tMi Autoir.b'.lo A.lr-bt Vn int UJIlt
I' ) ttcrm UouiOer and licCcr : anil (01 (
ttl'UKli. UtJfKTf ANR COMFOaf
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inu tiiruugh V/ITJIOUTCII.VHUK butuccn K/j
uilCltvanil bt. I'aul , tit , Oouui.ll BluSs n. '
1aln > liuvo tnlon Pv.lflo Tranelfi at Conii
ell Uludi , at 7JO : p. m. Ually on arrival ol Kunw
Cltj.lit Jwnilianil Council Iliulu trj'a ' frLK
tlioftontb. Arriving utei utOiir ll'lO i-'r
ir.il M ll.-iNev/ loii JDop.i it Ut. 1'uul hi 11.66
TEN nOUUH IN ADVASOK Cf AMTOT11KK
M'lUincrabcr lo ttklt'K ' the Illoni CHy Rout
you got a TlirnuKb Train. 'Die Uiorlt ) t tin
( ho Qulckuit Ttni anil a Uoulottablo Hide In 1 3
Tbrciuh Cam botwfca
COUNUIb J1UIKKII AND HT. PAUf , .
ttrtiov tint ynur llckoti r * J via the "blaii
Oily and I'aclftu HillioaJ '
/ 8. YYATI&KB. J.K. IIOO.'IAHAH
UaneiluknileDt. Otri Fun. Agent
Mliucurl Valley U ,
\f , 1C. DAV1M , Eontbwmititrn 1'iuiicnzerKent. .
' 'niircll rluB _
HIUKHl'WMU AITAOIIUKNT-NOT J-ATENT
A. J. SIMPSON
1103 and 1111 Dod0-o Btrcot ,
r' ri 7-nia O'c OMAHA. NKU.
; our Htit , IP.OUI ttciilur
I'ro-Jdoat. Vice froi't.
W a. Diuuil , 3 o. had Treai.
; MANUFAOTOHKRS OF
Corn PliintovH. HrrrovB.Farm nollbra
Hullcy Hay Hulioo , SUCKOI
Wu are | > cj | ti > J t Uo Job
uK for uthor | artlun.
G17 Ut Ohurlo. &t , , ST LOUIS , Mo.
A KKOU Alt ailADl'ATK or two mrillcal
oil cmhulican I mi HIT oi > vuiroil In tlio treat *
mcnt cl ulIKOMO , NKftVOUd , SKI' ) ANl >
111,001) Dlv-anoi thun nn\ other iiWlchn In St.
I.onli ad city ) i p n thow nud all old mlJcntJ
know Oontultutlon at ufllcn or by iai.ll , Ireo
ninl liultiil. A frli'iiilly titlk or his opinion
coals nothing.Vbcn It 1 > Inaoiivonlont to
\lsittbo cltv for treatment , uieilicliiMi can bo
Kent by inixll or exprfai mer vthcro. Cnrablo
( arti'HauirautciHlvntro ; doubt cxibt * It U frank-
y itattil , ( Jail or writf.
Norvons prostration , Debility , Mental
nnd 1'liVHlcilVpaknoxfl , Mciuurinl nnd
other iitruotlimi of Throat ; Skin mid loiicn ,
liliioil Jini iritli's nnd lUmifl 1'oliunlng.
Skin Airoclinnp , Old liorim nnil Ulcom ,
ImpcdlmcntH to MnriinuH , lUionniitiHin ,
I'll OH B | > uc ! l uttcutlnn tu cnnoK from
nvor-wnrked brnln SUlUSICAJ O/lHJia
rpceivojijii'cbl nttoiltlon. Uimm'ea nrl'lng
fnini liniru'li'nci' | . JCxccHBin , InduU'onciM
CIOL. L. T. "FOSTER.
YounK'town , Ohio , 5loy 10 , 1SSO.
ln. II. J , KrsiiAi.i. A Co. 1 hml n vf ry volua-
blollarablctonUn colt that Ipilii'd tcryMK'bly.
boluJ a lnrie bono > pavln en ono Joint and a
mail ono nn thu other which inado hm\ery !
lame ; I lu.il 1 ( in nailer tt e charge nl two Toter-
Inary BurKixinivhlc' > Nllvd to cure him I aa
ono day reading llio nvilrtl einrnt ot KcndaU'ii
Hia | > ln Cure In thotlnc'i o Uiprcxn , ! determined
atonou to try It and cot ourcrujjlBt | Hero to
> end lor It , anil they orderul three bottlot ; I took
all anil I thouiiht I would v\\o \ It n thoiou b
trial. I unoil It according to dlrectloni and the
fourth day ( the roll coined to lx > lame and the
lumjia Imtu dluppcarid , I used bill one botUe
and the colt's Iliiibn are aa lieu ot liimpi and a
iniooth oa any bornu In the l to lln Isrutlre-
ly curod. Iho euro wa < BO rcmarkalto thatl
have littvto of rny nclKhbor ) hiivo .tho rcnuln-
\ats \ two bottlim who are now lulnfflt.
Very ri poctrnlly ,
Bond Ior Illnetrated circular Kit I K poaltUn
proof. I'rtiejl. All Draxctkti hare It or can
tot Itfor you. Dr. 11 , J. Kundoll k Co ; , I'ro-
prletorn , Knonburgh Kails , Vt.
SOLt ) BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The nout of all dlnenaea of thu na *
turo ia in the blood , na any ono mani
festly knows ; therefore , if you purify
thu blood , thu disonno , in any form or
ntugu , diBappuure. Road what thoao
any who huyu tuatod tliu morlta of Urn
Kroatvugotablo blood purifier , S. 8 , B.
It cloaiiBoa Uio blood of all scrofulous
taint BO thoroughly that the dieuaso
I had scrofula for HOVOII months , the
ulcer covering the entire ourfaco of
both loa. | ; Aftur having tried the
UBiial remodiuB with no ruliof , I ro-
Bortcd to 8. 8. 8and am glad to say
that aix bottlca liaa cfloctually cured
mo. A. 8 , LKNVKHTV ,
Atlanta , Ga.
I suffurod from scrofula 17 yean.
My shin bonus were covered with ulcer
cor M und ono mass of rottuu llosli , and
the odor was almost nubunrublo. AH
rumodiea and treatments failed until I
began taking 8 , H , 8 , Previous to
taking It I at times could scarcely
walk , Now I can walk all day , and I
have to thank 8. 8. 8. and it only for
my cure , Tiios , McKuiUNn ,
Atlanta , Ga.
Soinu thirty years ago there lived
iu Montgomery , Ala. , a young man
who was terribly afllictcd with Scrof
ula. After being treated for a long
time by the medical profession of this
town with no benefit , ho commenced
taking ti , 8 , 8 , After poislstontly
taking it two months ho was cured ,
lieinjj acquainted with him for 20
years thereafter , I can testify that the
amuaiQ nuvor returned ,
JV. . Bwuoi- . P. ,
Hot 8priuga , Ark ,
BlHp ) rtT/rd UI be paid lo an ,
cru'tulrtho wUlflnaToD amilyslj of Ida cottlusU
S. ii. I ) . , one turtle ! * of Mercury , lodldt ol fa
( tuax ut tuy illneral lubotinco.
8W1FT Bf OiriO 00. Prop * .
Atluta. 0 .
Prlce'of Brnall tlte , 11.00.
Sold br U Droa ti
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