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THE ABGUS, PATUKDAr, MARCH 23, 1895.
A Couple of Old-Time Gentle
men Pass Away.
RICHARD VAUX, OF PHILADELPHIA,
Tao Oaly America Who Znr
Wltk Qua Victoria, mm Cat, Lmj .
Woaoar, of Caattaaooaja, a WkUly
EMin SoatHacaor Faaoral at C .
1im Badoaa Mrs. Gaaaett. tba Xaw
Ealaad Poatoaa, Jotas tus Majority.
Philadelphia, March 23. Ex-Congressman
Richard Vaux, who had been
111 at his home In this city forBereral
days with grip, is dead. He was 74 yean of
age. Mr. Vaux was born in this city in
1819, and came of the old Quaker stock.
' RICHARD TACX.
For years be was prominent here, and was
one of the most eccentric men in Philadel
phia. He was a gentleman of the old
school, and of striking personal appear
ance. One of his marked peculiarities was
that he nerer wore an overcoat nor car
ried an umbrella, no matter what the
state of the weather, and he always ap
peared on the street in patent leather
pomps. While secretary to Minister
Stevenson at the court of St. James many
years ago Mr. Vaux was accorded the un
usual honor to a citizen of a republic of
being selected by Queen V ictoria to dance
a quadrille with her. Mr. Vaux had been
mayor of Philadelphia, recorder, an offlos
now abolished, and was elected to uie
Fifty-second congress to fill oat the unex
pired term of Samuel J. KandalL
LEROY G. WEAVER.
Another Type at the Old School Gaattesnaa
Called to Rest.
Chattanooga, Tenn., March 23. Col
onel Leroy G. Weaver is dead after an ill
ness of four months. He was the son of
Philip Weaver, the founder of Sol ma,
Ala. Colonel Weaver at one time was
worth nearly r.', 000,00, but died a poor
man. At the beginning of the war be en
tered the Confederate service and was se
lected for many important diplomatic
missions. After the war he became a Re
publican and in 1873 was appointed gov
ernor of New Mexico by President Grant.
H9 came to this city from Selma, Ala..
in 1873. Since his residence here he had
taken no part in the affairs of even this
community, but shut himself out from
the world. He was a type of the old
school gentleman and was widely known
throughout the south.
Funeral of Oeaeral Badoan,
Ridgewood, X. J., March 23. The fun
eral of the late Brigadier General Adam
Badeau was held from the Roman Cath
olic church of Our Lady of Mount Car
mel. A high mass was celebrated by
Bishop Wifrsrer, who was assisted by
Chancellor v nllace of Seton Hall col
lego and the iov. Dean McNulty of Pater
son. The sermon was preached by the
Rev. J. J. Sullivan, the pastor of the
church. The body was dressed in the uni
form of a general and his sword lay on
the top of the coffin. The body was
shipped to Tarry town for burial.
Well Kaowa 1'oet aad Author Dead.
Boston, March S3. Mrs. Abbie N.
Gat) net, essayist, poet, author and phil
anthropist, one of the best-known women
In New bncland, dlod in Maiden. She
was born in North Brookfleld, Mass..
July 8, 1S4. and when quite young be
came a school teacher.
Was Bora la 1179.
New Yobk, March 3 Christie Wash
lngton, born in bondage in the Raritan
alley in 1779 when it was occupied by
soldiers of the revolution, died in Lottery
tela, a colored settlement, north of Som
ervllle, N. J. The eldest of her children
is 89 years old.
Death of m Hallway Maa.
Milwaukee, March 13. West M. Holt.
uperintendVnt of the dining and sleep
ing cars of the Soo railroad, died here
from the effects of a surgical operation.
- Surprise for Elrctioa Reformers.
ST. LOUIS, March S3. The election re
formers of St. Louis were given a great
surprise by the appointment of some of
their most prominent supporters and
members of their reform association as
judge of election in the spring election
next month. Among those appointed are
ex-Secretary of the Interior John
Noble, ex-Secretary of Agriculture Nor
man J. Coleman, President 1 nomas W,
Booth of the Merchants' exchange, Jacob
Forth, president of the Wholesale Gro
cers' association, and nearly a hundred
others of almost equal prominence As
the appointing power has absolute au
thority, the gentlemen named will have
Cfclaa-Janaa Feaee Negotlatleaa.
Washisqtos, March S3. Ten days or
two weeks is the time which an official of
the Japanese legation fixed as the limit
for the conclusion of tba peace negotia
tions between Japan and China now In
progress at ShimoneskL By that time be
thought there should be understanding of
some sort reached one way on the other.
No official confirmation of the report of
the beginning of the negotiations haa
been received at the legation here.
Was Saart aad Took Morablao.
Kansas Citt, March a 3. William H.
Candler, an agent for the Metropolitan
Life Insurance company, was found in an
unconscious condition at his room. He
had taken forty grains of morphine with
suicidal Intent, bat the era noes are he
will recover. K. D. Hughes, manager of
the company, says Candler is short in his
amounts for a small amount and this fat
supposed to be Uie cause of bis attsmptaa
PLEURO-PNEUMONIA IN KANSAS.
Throe Cowatiee Doctored To Bo lafaotad)
With saw PHiaii.
ToPEKa, Kas., March 2J Unless tba
judgment of Professor W. 8. Mayo, vet
erinarian at the state agricultural col
lege, is at fault pleuro-pneumonia has
boen located in Kansas. The dread dis
ease .aa, it Is said, made its appearance in
Geary, Waubansce and Morris counties.
Professor Msyo reports that. In his
Judgment, the district is Infected with
typical pleuro-pneamonl. Eight head of
cattle afflicted with the disease, ha de
clares, have died, about fifty head are now
suffering with It, and about 2JC bead have
A rigid quarantine has been estab
lished against the infected portions of the
three counties named, and it is the hope
of the authorities that they may stamp
out the disease without any further
spread. Governor Morrill has notified tba
authorities at Washington.
Obituary: At Bjston, Mrs. Annie M.
Gannett,authorcss and philanthropist, SO.
Atrort Wayne, Ind., Isabella Workman.
colored, agt-d nearly lOu years. At Wash
ington, , Ell Humphrey. M At Holland,
Mich., Peter arlee. 7U. At Madison.
Wis., L. D. Stone. Vk
A Michigan Federation of Women's
Clubs has been organized with Miss Clara
Avery, of Detroit, president.
James K. Ball, a well-to-do farmer. was
killed near Perry. O. T. William StovaU
is in jail charged with the shooting.
Chinese laundry employes at New York
are organizing a union and proprose to
apply for admission to the Knights of La
bor. It is reported that the Chinese Six
companies is forming an opposition or
ganization tu embrace luundrics all over
Al Judd, a lies Moines gambler, was
shot and killed by Mrs. Halley Miller at
The log cut in the Minnesota pine re
gion, which is about completed, is about
one-fourth larger than that of last year.
Charles Broadway Rouss, the million
aire merchant of New York, is losing his
An unknown girl was burned, Annie
Hans had her back sprained, Jennie War
ner her wrist broken, and Roy Tato his
leg injured at a gre in the Square Match
company's plant, Chicago, in which the
fifty employes were panic struck, and
some jumped from the second-story win
do Wis. Money loss very light.
Mademoiselle Paulina, a native of Hol
land, appears prepared to justify her
claim to being the smallest woman on
earth. She was burn eighteen years ago.
and caused much comment concerning
her smallness. Her weight Is something
under nine pounds.
James Tyson is the richest man in Aus
tralia. He commenced his working life
as a farm laborer and his wages were (ISO
The DeKalb and Great Western Rail
way company has filed ; articles of incor
poration with the Illinois secretary of
state. Its object is to construct a rail
road 'from a point on the Chicago and
Great Western railway near Sycamore to
the city of DeKalb, all in DeKalb coun
ty- Capital stock, 100,wi).
Cruel and inhuman punishment, testi
mony shows, has been practiced at the
Colorado Stat Reformatory at Buena
Vista, and crimes shocking to morality
are common. Men have been hung up by
the wrists nntll they became unconscious.
The whole management of the institution
is shown as brutal and demoralizing.
Xsrtawostara Associated Proas.
Chicago, March 2i Members of the
Northwestern Associated Press met at the
Grand Pacific hotel for the transaction of
routine business of the organization.
There were present at the meeting edit
ors, proprietors and publishers of many of
the most prominent papers In W isoonsin.
Iowa and Minnesota. President Richard
son, of Wisconsin, opened the convention
with a brief address of welcome. Later he
resigned as president, but not as director.
Secretary H. W. Glendenning, of the
Springfield Register, resigned as sec
retary and treasurer. ibis direc
tory vacancy was filled by the elec
tion of W. O. Davis, of the Blooming-
ton Pantograph. M. M. Ham, of the Du
buque Herald, resigned from the board
and his son, C. D. Ham, was elected to
the vacancy. W. E. Southwell, of the
Burlington Hawkrye, was elected a mem
ber oi tne Doara.
Wosn Lobbyist ohowa No Favors.
Lincoln, Neb., March 23. Upron the
opening of the house Speaker Richards
announced that in view of the disturbance
caused by outsiders being admitted to
the floor of the house, he would hereafter
enforce the ironclad rule to admit no one
except senators. Later a scene was created
by the speaker stopping proceedings to
dliect the sergeant-at-arms to remove
woman who had taken a seat and who
was busily engaged in talking to Bene
dict, of Donglas county. It was Mrs.
Richardson, of Omaha, a lawyer, and
though she at first, whtta approached by
the sergeant-at-arms, persisted in remain
ing, she finally withdrew.
Soloaa of too Prairie Slate.
Springfield, Ills., March 23. In the
house bills were Introduced: To amend
the civil service bill in conformity with
the recommendation of Governor Alt
geld that limits be put on the salaries of
the officials created, etc; limiting rail
road fare within incorporated cities to 5
cents between all stations; to levy a tax
on bachelors; providing a tax of 10 per
cent, on the gross earnings of racing as
sociations, and limiting racing to thirty
days each year. Many other bills were
introduced, it being the last day for In
troduction. Both houses adjourned to
Ceafedente rtow.ra foe Chicago
A TLA VTA, Ga., March S3. Ex-Lieuten
ant Governor John C. Underwood, of
Kentucky, has arrived here for the pur
pose of arranging for floral tributes to be
sent to Chicago on the occasion of the
dedication of the Confederate monument
to be nnveiled in Chicago on the 30th of
May. The fund for the building of this
monument was raised chiefly through the
Instrumentality of Colonel Underwood, a
prominent ex-Confederate soldier of Ken
tucky. A car load of flowers will be sent
from Savannah, and Atlanta, New Or
leans and other southern cities will make
Wasbugtox, March 23. The president
has appointed Henry G. Carter as post
master at Mound City, His; also Charles
C Fencer, to be first lieutenant and
Chester M. White, second lieutesant, ia
uie revenue cutter service.
INCOi:2 TAX COLLECTION.
taaeuM All of Uta
17altM auuoa dadg a.
Washington, March 81. A question
of some Interest Is likely to arise in con
nection with the collection of Income
taxes from judges of United States
courts. Some days ago Judge Hughes of
the eastern judicial district of Virginia
came to Washington, and in discussing
the income tax with frienls said that he
had already made his return, but it was
exoeedingly brief. He had stated simply
that he hod no income other t!i-in his sal
ary as a United Stau-s julje. tfhicii un
der the constitution was exam: ir.j.n the
tax. The sections of the co:i-it'.:utljn to
which Judge Hughes rrlernvl provide
that the president of tho L'nifeil States
and the judges of United Suum ourts
shall receive for their services a c.nnprn-
sation which shall not bo ditulnishej dur
ing their continuance in office
The supreme court has held in several
cases that the imposition of a tax upon
the office of the president of the United
States tnd the judges of the supreme
court and inferior courts of the United
States is a diminution of salary within
the meaning of the constitution if the act
levying the tax was enacted during the
official term of the president or of the
judges affected thereoy. If theso deci
sions remain undistnrbel all United
States judges, of which there are about
VW, will be exempt from paying the In
W aata'M'Uelv SLioMa-oltlon.
Sas Kbascisco. March 24 t'lorcnco
Bucblin Beyers his commenced a suit to
compel Frederick L. Macondray to recog
nize her as his wife. The Macondrays
arc wealthy and prominent society people,
and Frederick, after living with the girl
for two years signed with her a marriage
contract agreeing to be married in Cali
fornia. His family heard of tho affair
and cut off his supplies; be was also
brought home, stince then the girl, who
is from Kansas City, has hai to shilt fur
herself. She now asks the court to de
clare her Mrs. Macondray.
Had the Wroag Taylor Held.
NEW York. March 22. William Taylor,
of Laurel Hill, L. I , a traveling salesman
for B. Diaz & Co., Importers of tobacco.
who arrived from Havana on the Ward
line steamer Saratoga, said he was held a
piisonur ou board the steamer Orizaba by
the Spanish government at Havana for
sixteen hours. Taylor was suspected by
the Piukerton detectives at Havana of be
ing Sttue Treasurer W. W. Taylor, of
South D.ikuta, who is a fugive from jus
31irrid by Mrs. Btlliugtoa Booth.
Cincinnati, March 22. The first wed
ding in which tho officiating minister was
a woman has occurred here. Mrs. Balling-
ton Booth, of the Salvation Army, was
the minister. The bride and bridegroom
were Lieutenant Alice Talbot, and Adju
tant Jos. Hargrcaves, of Cincinnati, both
of the Salvation Army. Ihe Salvation
Army temple was crowded, though the
admission was M cents.
Meeting of the Dalrymea's talon.
Milwaukee. March 2s. There was a
meeting of the Wisconsin auxiliary of the
National Dairymen's union under the
leadership of D. P. Wilson, of Elgin, Ills.
Over fifty new members joined and offi
cers were elected as follows: President,
ex-Governor W. D. Howard, Fort Atkin
son; secretary, J. v. Docker, Madison.
Fatal Quarrel Among Indian,
Guthrie, O. T., March 22. At Hominy
Post, Charles Wan Ka Ihe and Dick Hi
Koh Mob Kah. full blooded Usages, quar
reled, and the former struck the latter on
the head with a club with such force as
to crush his scull and break his neck.
The murderer is under arrest.
' Rewaid VST.red for Murderers.
TorEKA. Kan., March 12. Governor
Morrill has offered a reward of $300 for the
arrest and conviction of the murderers of
Charles Strevil, who was found near his
home at Fort Scott with his throat cut
Got. Sudd's Secretary I m Woamaa.
Sacramento, CaL, March 2a Govern
or Budd has decided to appoint a woman
as his executive, secretary to tho Infinite
disgust of the professional politicians.
She is Miss Josephine Tod man, a grad
uate of the Hastings law college, former
ly a clerk in Budd's office, and latterly
assistant to the governor s private secre
tary. - -
Goiag for the Justices Now.
Cincinnati, March 23. The reform
league, having failed to convict thoas ar
rested for gambling and violating the
midnight and Sunday closing laws, has
called a meeting to proceed for the im
peachment of Police Judge Gregg and tha
trial of other officials. ,
Mrs. Vea der Alio a Divorcee.
ST. Lofis, March 23. In the circuit
court a petition for divorce from her hus
band, Chris Von der Abe, the base ball
magnate and president of the St. Louis
Browns, was granted to Mrs. Von der
Ahe. She charged him with violations of
his marriage vows.
Foaud Dead la Bed.
CHATTAXOOGA, March 23. Dr. C. V,
Barclay, one of the most prominent phy
sicians of this city, was found dead in his
bed. Physicians say that his death was
painless and that it resulted from natural
r AwMrteaa Paiuteta.
Philadelphia, March 22. William
Elkins, through the Academy of Fine
Arts, has offered a prize of 95,009 in con
nection with the sixty-fifth annual exhi
bition for the nest work by an American
painter to be exhibltel at the Academy of
Fine Arts la this city in Uecember, lauo.
Montana tnuton I1L
Washington, March 23. Senator Lee
Mantle of Montana has been seriously 111
at the Cochran in this city suffering from
an attack of la grippe. He is now on tho
road to recovery. Senator Carter of the
same state is ill at Helena.
Burrows Made a Tm rreaideat.
New York, March 22 The American
Protective Tariff league announces the
appointment of Hon. J. C Burrows.
United States senator, as the vice presi
dent of the orgauizalion for Michigan.
A Cruel Command.
The marquis was extremely wroth
with his valet cn acrauut of one of his
nsnal stupid tricks. Calling out to him
be said: "Giovanni Come aad he'p me
cn with mv topboots. I want to kicii
THE MRS. H0LTEN LYNCHING
Failure of aa AUoaao ta Get a Ciafiailia
Omaha, Neb., March 83 A special to
The Bee from Springview, Neb., says:
An attempt was made at the Hoi ten
ranch to force a confession from the man
Hunt, who is under arrest for the lynch
ing of Mrs. Hoi ten. While the prelimi
nary hearing of Hunt and Miller was In
progress. County Attorney Lear took
Hnnt Into a room, apparently for a pri
vate conference. Just after they had en
tered the room there were a dosen re
volver shots heard outside, mingled with
shouts aad ourses. Lear jumped and
ran. locking the door of the room and
leaving Hunt alone.
In a moment Lear returned aad an
nounced that the vigilantes had come and
bad killed Miller, an J that they were now
hunting for Hunt to kill him. Hunt was
almost frightened to death, bnt the ex
pected confession was not forthcoming.
He declared that if tba vigilantes had
killed Miller they had slain aa Innocent
man. as Miller had nothing to do with
the lynching of Mrs. Holten. The offlera
are not satisfied that they have the right
men and are still on the hunt for the
Ball Fighter ratal ly Cared.
Citt OF Mexico, March 23. Word has
brcn received of the fatal goring at Culia-
can, state of Sinaloa, 01 ronciano uiax,
tho most famous bull fighter in Mexico
and "Kuipreasario of the Bucarell bull
nm" in this city, lie was gored In the
tzmxa and badly trampled, making death
0 rtain. Demeterio Rodriguez, who was
urly killed In a similar way at Durango,
was an old assortnteof Diaz.
Kew ladastry for Michigan.
Grees Bat. Wis., March 23. Jesse
Spalding.of Chicago, has completed a deal
whereby the Harper tanneries, the largest
concerns of the kind in the state of New
York, will be removed to Cedar River.above
Menominee. On lands owned in northern
Wisconsin and Michigan are 1,000,000
cords of hemlock bark, which will be
used In the new factories.
Convention of CtarkMlaa Workers.
Dmt inn pmi Mnrrh 3 The inter
national convention of Christian Workers
from Canada and the Unttea states is id
session here today and will continue to
morrow, Sunday, Monday ana xuesaay.
Bvery Sonne Maa
should be posweed at certain information, with
out which atillioos contract pernicious and sunt
destructive habits hsbits which make young men
prcmiln-ely Sged, psle, haggard, listless, devoid
of Ambition, easily tired, languid, forgetful and
incapable; nil msd-booes snd swell the lists of
suicides; separate nusb'nds and wive; bring un
told rnfferingto millions, even onto the third snd
fourth generation-. Parents, siisrdisns and ph I
ssth opists can do no better service to the risin
g.nt ration, tban to place ia their bands tlis infor
mation and warnings contained ia s little book
carefully prepared by sn assoc'atlr-n of medics'
men whe have had vsst expeiience in dealing with
the grave maladies here hinted at, and woo feel
that they owe it to hnmanlty to warn the young of
the land aralnst certain destructive fatbits which
are far more prevalent than any layman can Im
agine, and which if persisted in gradually under
mine the constitution and health and destroy the
future tapp'ness of the victim. Cut out this no
tice snd enclose it with 10 certs in stamps (lo pay
nostaee) to World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Invalid' Hotel snd Surgical Institute, Buf
falo, K. T. and tba book will be sent, secure lrom
obs-. nation lo a plain sealel envelope.
Children Cry for
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we should bnild for the future. -When
Nature gives vitality to field and wood, there
should be the harmony of renewed
But, on the contrary, we find ourselves weak, doll,
tired. This is because in the winter we have been
liousvd-up in poorly ventilated offices, homes and shops,
onr blood has become thin and impure, and is tinequ.il to
the demand of the body for more life, more vigor, more
energy, more strength.
Nature imperatively cries for help I
Where is it to be found?
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Tba statements ia tha testimonial below
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my body and limbs I had to have my
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me. It was dreadful. It continued a
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tumor in tha right aide of my neck as largo
as a small egg. I took physicians' pre
scriptions till I lost hope. In the mean
time the tumor changed its place to the
Immediate front of my neck, suppurated
MlcSitecB Paflire H)Ddl
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and was followed by others, till six had
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"Finally, three years ago, another large
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till about seven months ago. I tried every
thing, including prescriptions. I was often
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attend to my business (school teaching).
I was utterly discouraged. And now my
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Hood's Sarsaparilla a little less than a year
ago, and took Ave bottles. When I began
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Both the) Sore j
on my shoulder were healed ; I was cured
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constitution. Do you wonder that I be
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Geo. A. Zramn.K, Mt, Horeb, Tenn.
Voting Precinct Town of South Rock Island.
HI CORNELIUS DONOVAN.
For Town Clerk,
n W. S. GARDNER.
n FRANK BACHMAN.
n E. L. MAUCKER.
For Commissioner of Highways,
n HENRY McCARTY.
RASLIUSSEN, FREE CO.
Have just received a beautiful lot of Gold Bow Knot Frames, which
are being given away with every order for their best Cabinet
Photos. Remember that they make the finest work at lowest
prices. For example.
Cabinet Photos as low as $i per doz.
And Three-quarter Life-Size Crayon Portraits at $2.50.
Frame included. Don't entrust your valuable originals to strang
ers. Bring them direct to the gallery, and save agents' commis
sion. Dont delay if you want your portraits
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1708 Second Avenue.
So easy to take and so readily assimilated, the puri
fying, vitalizing and enriching element! of Hood's Sar
saparilla combined from nature's own storehouse of
vegetable remedies for human ills, pass into the stomach
and are then silently but certainly taken np by the blood
and sent to every organ and tissue of the body.
The effect is often magical.
The weakness is soon driven off, that tired feeling
disappears, the nerves are built np, the stomach resumes
its tasks even greedily, the appetite becomes as sharp
as a whetstone," and the whole man feel " as made anew."
The wonderful cares of Scrofula, Salt Bheum, and
other dreadful diseases prove the great curative, blood
purifying powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla.
You undoubtedly need good Spring Medicine.
Take Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier.
u We have nasd Hood's Sarsaparilla tot
oar little boy, who had a running sore on
one of his limbs. He had suffered from
it for one and a half years He took
seven bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla and
the sor is all healed and he is now welL
Hood's Sarsaparilla cleansed his blood snd
cured him." E- B, Jobkbon, Bridge
MI am a great sufferer with blood trou
ble. I have taken several bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparilla and find it the best medicine
I ever saw tor scrofula humors and blood
poison. It strengthens the system and
drives away that tired feeling. No one
knows the good Hood Ssmsrarilla will do
until it has been faithfully tried." Lafba
1C La WTO, Sprsgueville, Kew York.
Sores On Nock and Arms.
w last spring I had sores come on my
neck and arms, owing to bad blood and a
run down system. My physician told me
to get Hood's Bares parilla aad take it to
purify my Mood. After taking three bot
tles I was cured. It is an excellent spring
medicine. Mas. Awn a. Dttzlkk, Hew
BASUUSSEir, FREE Co.
tth street, bat life aad tth svs