Williamsport Warren Republican (Newspaper) - December 29, 1881, Williamsport, Indiana AT DECEMBER 29, 1881. 2. as TO and Promptest Apply from Latest of was resumed on tho of the at the usual George D. Clerk of the Supremo Court of N. 7., the record of the divorce of the from his former Mr. to the record on the that it was not by the Clerk of but Cox ruled the Mr. noted an was called and at the of his interviews with Guiteau Mr. was had no thought of its a Witness read from his notes Guiteau stated that he ranked with and the other Ellen C. prior to July 1st, said she knew that he wiiS lie was to her in the sum of dollars for Mrs. Anna J. the prisoner's former was then and several arose to the Guiteau loudly that tho ladies need not as there Wiis nut to lie in the He protested that the was infamous conduct in in this witness to have it find he of the that a stop he put to such Verv lew of but se 'n Kvcd with iim was tedious and who she left the stand Guiteau I have not seen this lady f I know she is a and I have ag biT well ia whatever Dr. the had found no to the evident relief of thu die staled that slie had never insanity the time sha as his The men Jle 1 simi 1 A. jM ai and nd closely exa no defects in I s head and il evidence ot iy an sai t 1,. 1 and afier ir eight Sa Christian linst 1 wish tation shc may ye lind Kar at eyes and of 11 ' he and said th. mental 11c and r and rc was no He was the Iii anil of lie Court of tho of tho Criminal Court In on the announcement was to the Till In- of lily the death of the wife of one tho anil the was f the V. in hii line V trial resumed on the Allen as an and the prisoner was he the In by that many medically were tn t he benv -en and Dr. of who when on the stand lor the to answer the of Mr. Siun in his tile was a man In tho cross-examination the witness was to explain at the foundation of his claim to be an and was and both by and his Mr. Scoville also ill fora of thu against Mr. Scoville's and that if he had lieen had employed t. for Fisted til lile At him would have tried to tho but he told her she should own and not that not lhat relatives at id turning frot the were a le had been lot the Court you S. He also n the way 11 insurance sheets of character will not be to the the in: Po in this country during the November 2'.)l,:ilS the same last Secretary of the Interior has been ad by K. Commissioner of that on the grant roads the for Government service would bo per of present the 2(lili Timothy O. of was by the President and by the Senate as Post will spend the ill New Secretary Folger in Secretary Lincoln in while and Kirkwood and will remain in says a from the capital ITU houses of Congress have adjourned to invitation extended to by the and Senate Committee a to pronounce tlic eulogy upon President in tlie memorial lias linally lieen by the Senate on Pierre C. Van as Superintendent of the Assay Office at New Jesse Collector of Customs at Chief Justice oi the of a few ago placed a quantity of dynamite on the stove to melt fie Almost instantly there was an explosion like an Four children were blown to and the father and mother were fatally said to have been received by the Custom House authorities at Boston that 1,771 of were shipped by the steamship which left that port the other day for The arms were as but whatever is known about the transaction is kept recent head ot famous in New SiiM died a few days leaving Charles a the last of tlie family on this side of the Devens will sm Gray as head of the The Judge under President citizen of N. has gone The City Auditor has confessed to the embezzlement ot of city in Wall He was in jail on the 31st. the youngest and unmarried daughter of William H. in New-York on the aith to Dr. William Seward son of James Watson After the ceremony the bride's father her with his present residence on Fifth avenue and a cheek for of New father of the girl whose death is attributed to the Malley died of a few days Jle was considered one of the most important for ami San the other the bodies of three who had been robbing travelers for a week were found hanging to a EKW days ago a train of with rails left for The took along friends for a On the return trip the train was down an Christopher Waggoner and Oscar of Jefferson and Green C. a wealthy were and Edward Patton recently walked through the streets of at the store Capturing a they out all tiie guests and held a at A citizens took a hand and both the was elected United States Senator by the Virginia on the 20th. early days Daniel fl. Haskell managed the of Adams ct in San and liad an income of per He died in the a House of Delegates of Virginia recently relieved forty citizens from disability incurred by Included in the list the of H. Payne and three members of the Wise other at a house in a large quantity of ammunition and dynamite were and four persons were The barracks at maliciously burned to the Armed bands said to be roaming through Kerry and firing into persons were drowned by the bursting of a at the 20th Hannibal Hamlin presented his as Minister to Spain to King and recalled the kindly feelings with which the American received the of the kind sentiments of the Spanish King on the death of President the 21st Miss Anna Parnell announced if the Female Land League in Ireland correspondence might be directed to Helen an English friend of the cause in London and Stuart adopted once a had resigned liis in the London monetary magnates had subscribed for the so-called distressed Irish editors in Berlin have recently been sent to prison for having spoken very of Prince at Montreal the day seized the books and of the Pullman Car Company and took them to the Custom on account of alleged recent smuggling of from It also reported that ail the parlor and cars of the company had been attached to meet a claim by the Government for arising from having repairs made on this side ol the House 1!).In the Senate the of J C. Davis to be Assist Secretary of and B. H. Brewster of to be Attorney-General Bills were Mr. to prevent the exportation of cattle and the spread of infectious diseases among domestic by Mr. to tho counting of votes for President and lu the House a passed to confer the franking privilege on Mrs. Bills were authorize National Banks to make loans by mortgage on real to permit the purchase and register of by citizens of the United 1.1 apply tho proceeds of the sale of public lands to the education of to abolish taxes on the sale of leaf iu the hands of to abolish duties on salt and sundry to make the trade dollar legal Adjourned until the 21st. December 20.The for the Bale of the lands of the Miami Indians was reported favorably in the Timothy O. Howe was confirmed as Gray as Associate Justice of the W. H. Trescott as Special to Peru and and Thomas C. as Assistant Treasurer at New Acting Vice-President Davis announced that liis signature liad been placed to the granting Mrs. Garfield the franking A providing that Internal Collectors be for a term of four years was introduced by Mr. The House resolution for an adjournment from December 21 to January 5 w as The House was not ill December 21.In the Senate the following nominations were received from President and Pierre 0. Van Superintendent of the Assay at Jesse Collector of Customs of Alonzo J. of the Territory of Mr. Beck called for information as to the rates of duties on American manufactures tiy England and Bills were introduced by Mr. relative to the compensation and of pension Iiy Mr. to shorten the period in public lands to two The Garfield memorial resolutions were received and concurred Adjourned to January 5. In the of New was Mr. Hammond introduced u amending the Constitution as to and duties of apd The Speaker announced the Standing Adjourned to January 5. Tlie recently the trial oi a was interrupted by the that one of the jurors was serving under a false He to the prisoner's dock and his companions were A. a miner residing at the Court opened on the 22d Dr. Theodore of N. a physician of 6ixt3--flve and for the past two years iu charge of the Hospital the Insane at in the of an lasting over five hours that and was at the time of shooting President perfectly sane anil perfectly One Shaw was placed upon the when Mr. Seoville asked him if he had not been indicted for Witness replied that he but that the jury liad acquitted Mr. Seoville notified witness that lie had four witnesses to introduce whose testimony he would want to the charge of publicly insulting the a correspondent of the of ivas being tried at Constantinople ou the 22d. Ten w testified that they heard the accused use seditious Bail was Canadian customs officers have returned the books of the Pullman Car The of the Company says he is prepared to prove that the fittings of tlie used on the Grand Trunk were all purchased in and that the Intercolonial cars were fitted up in the United and full duty paid on their entry into tlie the 22d was quietly transferred to the jail at Land-Leaguer arrested under the Coercion escaped during the from the police barracks at Dr. who attended the imprisoned had received from Some workmen repairing a Protestant church iu County Cork were attacked by tlie and a house in which they took refuge was FEW days ago some Mexican cavalry and customs guards had a fight with twenty smugglers near Neza and a corporal and private were The smugglers escaped into noted bandits were hanged by Mexican vigilants near Chief Clerk in the Comptroller's at N. has of the graveyard insurance companies of Pennsylvania has to Stilson of the ot to obtain signature to an application for a policy of offering the journalist twenty per of the profits in the on the sent a dispatch to at St. saying the President desired him to make provisions for tlie relief and return of the officers and men of the and to promptly the amount of credit and it would be forwarded by the of tlie to cable what steps could be taken for the rescue of tlie crow of the missing formerly a member of pleaded guilty a few days ago to election and was fined and costs and sentenced to two years He broke down and stated he been a prisoner of war and had never charged December 21. Keifer announced the Standing Committees in the House as Uich Liquor Davis Cox and Bmith Cox Wisp Thompson Smith Turner Weights and of 0)lumbiuXeai, Smith and Davis Thompson Davis Jones on Public Robinson Wise in in Interior W. A. Wood iN. Burrows in Farwell in War in Navy Harris Turner in in Williams Uice Rice Rico Hammond Manning Hammond Jones Harris iN. Rich Davis Guenther Thompson Jones and Davis Ben Wood Jl Jones Burroughs Th Guenther Chairman I Davidson Har ris Robinson Hammond Jones Spooner Turner Riot Robinson Burrows Bounties and Back and Buildings and Grounds De Motte Smith Hewitt Singleton W. A. Hewitt Rose Belford Rice Land Chairman and Chair Shultz Wise Chalmers and of Chairman Hill Richardson Hobo Aid Van Crowl Richardson Smith and Chairman Haskell of the Mississippi River December 15. The Senate to-day received from the Secretary of War the annual report of the River It the progress made in surveys and examinations from the date of the last January 8, 1.S81, up to 10, During this period the triangulation of the river has been from Arkansas to where it joins the Coast Survey now triangulated from to tlie Gulf of The lines of precise levels are complete between Keokuk and New With the remainder of the present appropriation it is hoped during the coming year to complete tiie final topography and hydrography from St. Louis to and complete the work of ascertaining the lines of levels the alluvial bottoms of the Commission report they have expended for surveys from December 11, to November 19, and have a balance of it is thought will be expended during the remainder of the current year ending June 1SS2. The estimates of the next cal year for call for The works of improvement contemplated under the include channel improvements two the first lying between Cairo and a distance 14.5 and the second between and Island No. 9.3, a distance of is the unanimous opinion of the Commission that the improvement and navigation tlie Mississippi below upon the general plan recommended in their report of February is entirely and that the completion of the work for partial estimates were then submitted will establish a channel not less than ten feet deep over all and bars between Cairo and the head of the with a of attaining depths considerably beyond that Commission estimates the total cost of the improvements needed in tho Mississippi at 000,000. Of the by the act of March 1881, had been expended up to Nov. 2.5, 1881, and the 57150,000, it is be expended during tho fiscal For the next year is asked to contract the channel and protect caving banks on six reaches of the 1S4 miles in and for closing existing gaps in tho the subject of the levee the Com mission repeat tho conclusions submitted in their report of 1880, in which they among other that in a restricted as auxiliary to the plan of channel im the construction and mam tenance of the levee system is not in the larger sense as embracing not only the upon the but as against destructive tho levee system is and would also pro mote and facilitate the trade and postal Commission renew the recommendation contained in tiie former report that provisions be made by law for of land or material when needed in the improvement of the river and not otherwise It is recommended that authority be given the in charge of the work to apply to tlie United States Courts for condemnation of land or material and assessment of damage to In addition to such legislation it 1 recommended that declare to what extent the river shall be under the control of the Commission during the progress of the and under what circumstances and t' extent the material found on bars ot islands within the banks may be used without compensation to Heard Doce following telegram was received at the London office of the at twenty past two this dated December 21: Jeannette was crushed by ice in latitude 77:15 degrees longitude 157 degrees east. The boats and sleds made good their retreat to fifty miles northwest of the Lena where the three boats were separated in a The in charge of entered the east mouth of the Lena River September 17. It was stopped by ice in the We found a native as soon as the river I put myself in communication with the command at On October 29 I heard that the first cutter containing Lieutenant De Dr. Ambler and twelve had landed at the north mouth of the The commandant at sent instant relief to the whaleboat are all and Noras arrived at October 29, for relief for the first all of whom are in sad and in danger of and all badly The commandant at sent scouts to look for and will urge a vigorous search until they are The second cutter hag not yet been Telegraph money for instant use to and list of people in the boats is as Do pr. Jerome J. William Louis Hans Henry Adolph Carl Walter Ah Lieutenant Jack James Herbert George Henry Captain Alfred Henry Peter Edward Albert first cutter and whale boat are E. D. feil on Sunday in his pulpit at J. His death caused by resulting from overwork of the the election in in one oi the there were the Democratic in of the and tlie who were a the their is the will iie defeated the this possible the New tip to fur will to It the same of Warren County hist negro was candidate for He received a irge of the votes of Warren Imt tlic of Election refused to count of they were by certain of but it more will to allow him to his is Inr more important the will of shown by the ill the should bo that a of tlie lie is seldom productive of is to harm to the political party which it was the fellow's ox hat was and the ather It mrl Tlie other fellows had the and did And the if they were short on votes or to law And the law said was fair be If the like it. whv let comply with the not the the their pound of AND was some it was ave Wanted to Be a Blaine and tlie letter to Minister the attitude of the United States in reference to the Panama Canal and the of was transmitted to Congress a few days age by the in response to a resolution by the The letter is dated November 1'.), 18S1, and in it Mr. Blaine declares that the conditions under the Treaty made long since ceased to and could never be The development of the Pacific States has created new duties and responsibilities for our and to t he proper discharge of those duties a modification of the treaty is In reference to the Panama Canal says that it would be no more for the United States to demand a share in the Suez Canal or than for England to make demand for the perpetual neutralization of the Panama Blaine takes to reaffirm the Monroe and suggests the fol lowing in the That every part forbids the United States fortifying the canal and holding control over it in connection with United States of that every part in which Great Britain and the United States agreed to mal no acquisition of territory in Central America shall remain in that United States not to maintain the clause referring to the of a free port at each end of the if England desires that provision and that the provision by the tAvo agree to a joint protectorate of whatever railroad or canal may be constructed be considered The letter states that the United States will make joint proclamation with the country in which the canal is located that it shall always iu time of peace to the commerce of every but in time of war will be impartially closed to of all The communication concludes as presenting the views contained herein to Lord Granville you will take occasion to say that the Government of the United States seeks this particular time for discussion as the most opportune and At no period since the peace of 1783 have the relations between the British and American Governments been so cordial and friendly as and I am sure her Majesty's Government will find in the views now suggested and propositions now submitted additional evidence of the desire of this Government to remove all possible grounds of controversy between the two which have so many reasons for and lasting at the earl iest Lord Granville with the purpose of the United States touching the and in your own you will impress him fully with tiie views of your I refrain from that a copy of this instruction be left with his because in reviewing the case I have necessarily been in drawing illustrations from British to somewhat freely in nd This course of in to our own Ministers is altogether legitimate and and yet might seem if addressed directly to the British You may deem expedient to make this explanation to Lord If afterwards he shall desire a copy of this instruction you of and they liad no power to e it is the it is quite It is the are to writhe the a law of their own Smith knows the of the of the voters cannot And it was the custom to some ou tickets to them from deceived by false The abolished the and marks to enable them to frauds the colored by upon them Democratic for This fraud they extensively reaped its full Just why they to marking their own tickets is not Imt that they were marked iu the ease in is not And if the law is enforced in its enforced as the enforced it in the of the and some of these colored men will into of the most profitable county iu All of which is if by tlie of hedging tind dodging it can be the wail for and a recognition of the will of tiie The Times is rigid in this at that it is more important that tlie will of the as shown by tho ill the should be than that a technical and of the law should be This is the position taken by in the and it is good to know that the Bourbons have at least come over to a conclusion so just and though it is the forced result of a little goring in their Past and men are for but the lawyer enjoys a brief Commercial recently married knew were for each other soon as he worst kind of is the an guest has crowded in between icy and died of day Has passed wiU our darlings They one and all Give mo an oyster marrying widow be sure her late has a heavy monument over If there isn't something to keep him down be constantly him Dr. Holland says abont being such a good thing for a IS well if not too It should always bo remembered that this is one of the countries where it is to much of a good the Denver I I must have got out a very readable this been by three prominent citizens another me with a and the liad hard work to keep a wrecking my writes to a New York story young man comes to see me nights a I consider il as being if we her and we consider that was altogether too and tell the young to curtail his visits at have been to hear Rev. Mr. He gave us a He is learned yon What makes you think so. Angelina I know lie must I couldn't understand at what he was But it was a beautiful a Beautiful You Can your on the If you Had a Pin you Scratch Pictures all Over the Will you Play on the Your Fingers are not are But you can on the Pretty Keys with your little if you Pound Hard Mamma will Come to See who is Making such Lovely Tribune woman who carried milk in Paris said a thing the other One of the cooks to whom she brought milk looked into the can and with there is nothing there but The herself of the truth of the if I didn't forget to put in the AND youth arrived here from Chicago a few days ago and went to the Grand Central Here he secured apartments for the having enjoyed a big dose of tired Nature's went down to breakfast very much and in better spirits than lie had been of on the He was n boy in whom there was a spirit yearned for and he had come West to make a hero of After he stepped out into the where he a portly who was sitting by the stove warming This man to the young hero a a typical who would throw out a paw to a stranger and Put it I know and I'll see you our young Chicagoan resolved to him and become He drew np chair timidly ami opened the conversation with a frank statement of the object of his journey out to New He said lie heard a great deal about He wanted to lie a cowboy but the fact he did not exactly know how to be not ids friend tell iiim to He had come all the way from Illinois to become a if somebody would just tell him ho repay the if would his His large friend took in the So far from being in that which the young man was a of he was His head in from the of the night being a highly lie ditl not feel at being mistaken for a cowboy in the of so many He paused a moment and then to give want to get a pair of boots and a of huge Then you want a with plenty of broader the two a Winchester and a Then you want to get drunk and get on the then take the bid ween your a revolver in each and go down the street a full shooting at every Then come back and } ell as loud as you ' and I'm spoiling for Fm a from the After that you bii a The boy walked sadly away to pack up for a trip to while the listeners gave a shout tinit rent the The is on his way back Fe Virginia Conference of the Church sold for a bundle of Confederate bonds of the par value of cunous article in the Catholic World for December reasons from the religious in that St. the A once preached the in Charles has given to the California Academy of the income of fund is to be original in the Far of that is no to but holds the of power in and a strong foothold in Arizona and Southern total of the public schools for the year amounted to Oi this sum was devoted to the maintenance of the evening high and to Prof. of the present college is to teach a hit of a liit of a bit of biology and a liit of something so that the result a man South Carolina College of Agriculture and at has in its second only of whom students of Twenty not return after Dose of to tlie give the to tho of when asked money for now church building owing to they have given of country is increasingly spotted with hideous fragments of Init of to everybody the Friends to be still slowly In 1871 the yearly meeting had 6,000 now it In 1.S71 tiie New England yearly meeting had ministers and has ministers and 4,oO!) There been in ten a gain of twelve ciders and a loss of finir Made an Savs Downfall of commemorative silver plate has been placed upon the pew formerly by President in the Christian Church at It is inscribed with his name and the dates of his birth Since his death the pew lias been draped in and it is to be kept thus draped as long as the church leaders at Washington are on the ragged for there is no denying fact that Bourbonism is to in the Solid Virginia is lost to and the work is quietly going on in North and other A verv good idea of tlie situation be gained from the sentiments advanced by Congressman of who said to a friend on the of 10: never go into a He gave as a reason for such the fact that during the last session of Congress one of the leading in the Georgia delegation him of being to his and he did not propose to agahi put in a position where this charge could be He acted according to the dictates of his own and his constituents had approved his for a of in 1S78 became a of in 1880. The young men the together with are tired of the methods of the Democratic and their luis already been felt by the of men Felton others to In the of Mr. Speer an movement will be There are 80,000 in in with the and progressive wing of the Democratic can the Empire State of as Virginia was carried at the last Speer did not hesitate to that time will come when the old parties Georgia will when the Solid North and the Solid South will liave and when men will be divided by honest as to the best methods of advancing the material welfare of that and every other Southern Should the liberal movement continue to gain and a be formed against tlie rock-rooted Mr. Speer will undoubtedly be tendered the nomination for dogwood tree is known by its O. is known by its Free Republicans of the House cannot do a more patriotic thing than to have a thorough and public into election methods in the disputed Southern The time is auspicious for such an investigation and public sentiment is in condition to consider its revelations without partisan That there has been infamous cheating there does not admit of a The Democrats no longer deny it. The leading Democratic newspaper of tlie Vicksburg says openly that secured his of re-election by the most and that he has no possible right to his It also the day of Bourbonism so will the calling of tho and the This observation from a paper which supported the Bourbon which wiis counted in at the recent election is that the and the were at work Congress might extract some valuable the tunnel between Dover and Dalais advances at the rate of a foot the man who first tobacco in made by work of reclaiming the Everglades of Florida is lieing carried on and with a flattering prospect of are burning brick in Northern with twisted It is claimed that kiln of brick can be burned in twenty-four hours by the use of this rapid progress is being made the Pacific that it is that the harvest of will be removed next is estimated that the total number of cigars manufactured in New York in a year is 8'iU,(i66.000, and of 229,800,000; 25,000 persons arc employed in the manufacturer of predicts within fifty years there will be a line of factories from Taunton to Fall and two thousand people in the river He the facilities which the river for coal and cotton freight warrant the idea of the of the mines ou the may be obtained from the fact that in 1877 there was on deposit in the savings banks of This is the largest amount of money ever held by the of the Stale at one and its was the result of the mining prosperity that had prevailed for time he spruce industry of Maine is represented to be in a Men who range the woods collecting the gum make good selling the article for forty cents a Altogether residents of the Stale yearly by the saie of the Inquiry concerning use discloses the interesting fact that it is to factory A further investigation regarding the of and paralysis of tlie tongue in noisy factories and the use of chewing gum as a preventive is now J. Emerson of claims to have a new gas which can be produced at a cost of to pence per 1,000 The process requires twelve pounds of anthracite coal to produce 1,000 superheated steam into the which is decomposed in passing through the burning and the combination of oxygen witli the current of air which is drawn in the with the form a monoxide of hydrogen and This gas has not one-third the heating power of ordinary coal but is vastly you've had your lit tie wrestle with Wc Usually when we are sick we feel in duty bound to take the iee of a in justice to our and to do nothing that he advises iii deference to our own we have to him all the and .so at last we we'd get our worthily doing what he usa piece of on which was the of the travels of a fly from a horrible attack of delirium least that is what it looked we took it to the He looked at thing from all four and with an of dense ignorance that us didn't know what in blazes the thing This was it occurred to us that the man was no enemy of and would take pains to whatever he gave us so we to see the thing He evidently made up his mind what to give when he to the thought to us to Make it that doesn't taste He looked at us with and If you want this prescription put up as you'll have to take the taste that goes with He was evidently bound to keep up the pretense of knowing what diagram We feared that we had and said no He began to The tirst ingredient he put in the bottle was a particularly disagreeable looking The next was but a perfume as of a soap Then Cinne stuff of a green and various other things that looked as though they might make a man wish he seasick so he'd feel comparatively Having got the compound he gave it to Our courage began to we had resolved to see the thing Wc laid him and took the st drawn the curtains and shut the door so nobody could see we proceeded to swallow a The druggist had charged us for the and we had thought the But we now him of the We had got our Such a taste as that couldn't be furnished for Witli a Your 1874 the County Treasurer has yearly reported that of county bonds then due and on had were still At first no was paid to but as the years rolled on the opinion began to prevail those who took notice of the matter that some miserly fellow who owned them had probably liid away and died without disclosing lurking place Of course every one was surprised when they were presented last and it was discovered that they were in tiie possession of one of the best-known business men in the Mr. Payn of Mr. Bigelow safely away in the leaves of his is There is no telling how much a man loses in world or in the by riot reading bis like are not The of throwing the so that it shall to come from some distant is a gift by very 'The ventriloquist as is indicated by the title of that mysterious mode of from the and not with the those foregoing statements used to but a very little while articles of popular and the opposite of each is the Anybody who thinks it worth his while to practice it can be a ventriloquist more or less according to the time he on it the gilt of mimicry naturally Nobody can the and the of ventriloquism is simply the trick of making voice by its to come from one or another to which the attention of tini hearer has been if there is any one particular thing for which belly is not it is so-called In there is no such tiling as and that which when they use that word should more properly called or the art of many at is what Mr. Hatton says about as he not only an exceedingly line of but an excellent ventriloquist as his opinion in the matter is worth And he went The best that there is no such thing as throwing the voice is in the fact no or can make his voice sound any nearer to you than he is it must always be away from To produce deception of seeming to the voice the first is a knowledge and skill the in very a Panic Created by a highly amusing scene was witnessed at the Academy of Music About the middle of the last while the Jolly and the were about to make a grand a feminine heard in the dress circle and half a second later a young lady was observed to jump up into her gather her dress about and stare at the This was instantly followed by a chorus of and all the ladies in that part of the moved by some common climbed into their caught up their and craned their necks to look Presently a little scream arose from the other side of the and another young woman jumped into her Everybody looked to see what the panic Some of the performers others were and all stumbled through their that made no as nobody in the house was the slightest attention to the It was a lives in the house on the right of Mr. Child he a lives in the house on the left of Mr. he a Why do you I heard mamma say you were next door to a capable of accommodating forty has just been completed at N. at an expense of It is an enormous and families will be ablo 1,0 live in a most luxurious }t model in every containing ele and all sanitary improve The cost of running it will be per and the rental will probably amount to er as of s lour to the distance of the hearer place whence they ' in the I the ordinary imply to make from to and the obstacles of the very nearly way of all the fraternity a peculiarly unnatural sort of head I don't know why they do 1 do it ami enough of a physiologist to describe how the organs of speech are to but anybody who tries to sing falsetto will readily understand it That is no doubt used for the reasons that even in a half or its it and that it emphasizes the dialect language which is the chief stock in is a in this city who teaches and who talks very learnedly about a cavity in the side But that is all What the performer is not any extra hollow inside his but a tough brazen so to to the He must be a apt in imitating the voices of others and every sound he hears that comes within range of the human Without that knack he never can be a good but having all he lacks is practice in his voice to give false ideas of before he appears in he must have in knowledge how to lead his auditors to form erroneous ideas of where his sounds come above The motto of the as of the parlor must be ' toujours My character is better than my but I guess I got that about That leading of the is a most important It is a trick to deceive the sense ot as I constantly employ in my magic business other tricks gestures to deceive the sense of You say to an we ' who is behind and if you lower your voice to about what think the volume of Joseph's would be after penetrating the they will more than meet you way in an effort to make themselves believe that it is perfectly Joseph's voice coming from the place you point You ' The old man is up Teddy is in the and as you look up or their imaginations travel away ahead of fully prepared to accept as coming from aloft or below the suppressed head voice which comes your there to human Y.