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THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1871.
SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1871.
RELIEF OF FRENCH SUFFERERS.
A cable telegram from Taria says that "the
members of the National Guard have been
invited to oall at the Amerioan Legation to
receive eaeh fire franos in money or a pound
of tobaoco, from subscriptions made in
America for the relief of the sufferers in
France." It was generally supposed in this
Country that starring stomachs and not empty
tobaoco-pipes were to be filled by the money
Collected from American citizens. The wisdom
Of giving any portion of the funds thus raised
to the National Guard of Fans may well
1)6 questioned. The French Government
Trill not permit them to suffer serious per
fional privations; or, at the worst, their posi
tion is such that so long as food can be ob
tained in any quarter they will be certain of
receiving a fair share of it. In days of piping
peace the soldiers who parade through a
capital are about the last objects that require
Charitable assistance from a foreign country;
ftnd the proposition to give them their
Choice between a five frano piece and
& pound of tobacco indicates either
that there are no real wants to
le relieved, or that those who preside over
the distribution of the Amerioan funds in
Paris are wofully deficient in charity and
common sense. That many thousands of
homeless wanderers are suffering fearfully in
France, however, cannot be doubted; and
while the credit of contributing the means
Of relief remains with the Amerioan sub
scribers to the Frenoh Relief Fund, the
Shame of misappropriating it rests exclu
sively with those who have undertaken the
distribution of American subscriptions.
AN APOLOGY TO MR. QUIGLEY.
In the House of Representatives yesterday,
Mr. Quigley corrected The Evening Tele
Obaph by denying that he was in favor of the
commission bills, and we accordingly make
haste to correct out mistake, and to make all
proper apologies. Mr. Quigley's name did
not appear among those of the members of
the Committee on Municipal Corporations
who signed Mr. Johnston's report, and, under
all the peculiar circumstances of the case, we
thought we were justified in putting him down
among the advocates of the . commission bills.
lVe regret exceedingly that Mr. Quigley was
misrepresented in this manner in our columns,
for the Philadelphia members of the Legisla
ture who have favored the commission) bills
have exposed themselves to the execration
and hatred of their fellow-citizens,
and have incurred a disgrace that will cling
to them for life. That it should have been
possible for such an error to occur, however,
is more the fault of the members of the Legis
lature than of the newspapers; for those of
our law-makers who have been opposed to the
commission outrage have been profoundly
silent on the subject, and it has been impos
sible for the alarmed and indignant people of
Philadelphia to tell who were their friends
and who their enemies. . The signatures to
Mr. Johnston's report gave the first authori
tative declaration that any of the members of
the Legislature were opposed to the bills, and
it was truly unfortunate for Mr. Quigley that
his name did not appear. As Mr. Quigley
has now declared openly that he is not in
favor of the bills, it is to be hoped that he
will distinguish himself by an open and per
sistent antagonism to them in case
any attempt is made to revive them in any
Bhape. The people of Philadelphia are not at
all satisfied that the danger is passed, or that
a desperate attempt will not yet be made to
create the commissions, and we are farfrom
sharing the confidence of our Democratio con
temporary the Age, that the Democratio
Senate will prove more virtuous than the Re
publican House. The Democrats have never
yet in the history of the State or nation dis
tinguished themselves by their eagerness to
keep their fingers out of the publio
treasury, and with the example of the nomi
nally Democratic government of New York be
fore our eyes, our hopes that we will.be able to
scape out of our present dilemma by Demo
cratio assistance are somewhat limited. Mr.
Quigley, therefore, and all the members of
the Legislature who have any virtue left,
can deserve the confidence and regard of the
publio at large by sounding the alarm in case
any attempt is made to revive the commission
scheme in any Bhape whatever, and by op
posing it openly, boldly, and vigorously in
committee and on the floor of the House or
The recent official reports of the condition
and prospects of Alaska indicate that that ter
ritory has proved a white elephant of stupen
dous proportions. The fur trade is decreas
ing rapidly, and scarcely . amounts in a
year to the daily sales of furs in the winter
season in Philadelphia; the reported mines
have no veritable existence; the timber is in
ferior to (hat of Washington and Oregoo; the
agricultural produots are of no aooount, and
even the ice too porous to be worth exporting.
The inhabitants are depraved, idle, or hostile;
and the great want of the country is said to
he a gunboat to keep the Indiana in order
audi a strong garrison at Sitka. The best use
that Alaska can be put to is its conversion into
a place of banishment for the weak, venal,
and foolish politicians of the United States.
If a few thousand of these miscreants oould
be sent and kept there, the investment might
etill be made to pay.
The resignation of Collector Moore has ex
Cited a flutter among the politicians, and
speculations are rife as to the appointment
of his suocessor. It is to be hoped that - the
Fresident will take pains to select a really
able and efficient man to take the place of
Jdx. Moore, and that he will not allow himself
to be influenced too much one way or the
other by interested individuals who have
axes to grind. The publio benefit and not
Viz rH ?l cera tu4u PsUUciw? eM3
be consulted in a matter of this kind. The
two gentlemen who are most prominently
named for the colleotorship are E. Harper
Jeffries, Esq., of the Commercial Exohange,
and D. P. Southworth, Esq., ex-Supervtoor
of Internal Revenue. Mr. Jeffries is en
dorsed by the Commercial Exchange, and Mr.
Southworth by the members of Congress.
Either of them would make an efficient offioer,
and would give satisfaction both to the mer
chants of Philadelphia and to the Government.
Fine Clothing for Gentlemen and Boys.
An entirely new stock. By far the largest and most
varied, the most elegantly made up, In new
and stylish modes, well sewed and hand
somely trimmed ; grave and gay, to Bait all
tastes boys of six or men of sixty.
Scale of Prices Chtap, CnEArKR, Cheapest.
Wanamaker A- Brown
have now opened, after months of preparation, a
stock of Spring and Summer Clothing, which far
surpasses even their former efforts.
They will be disposed or by a
Lively and quick Sale.
to Insure which they hare put the loweat figures pos
sible on every article In store.
Advice Come and see for yourself.
Secure a "first pick'' in the stock.
Register your orders early in the Custom Depart
ment. Ask yonr wife to examine onr Boys' Clothing.
Bay your Shirts, Cravats, etc., In our enlarged
Gents' Furnishing Department.
Oak Hall Building,
Laboest Clotbino House in Philadelphia,
S. E. COR. Sixth and Market Stkkets.
The Sudden Changes op Temperature, together
with the searching winds which are now so common,
are causing severe Colds to prevail everywhere, and
laying the foundations for many cases of Inflamma
tion of the Lungs, Pleurisy, Asthma, and other Lung
Disorders. Prudent people should now take
especial precautions to avoid unnecessary exposure,
and If unfortunate enough to contract Colds, would
do well to resort at once to Dr. Jayne's Expectorant,
a safe and reliable remedy, which will not only
promptly cure Coughs and Colds, but will relieve
and strengthen the Pulmonary and Bronchial
organs, and remove all dangerous symptoms. Sold
Interesting to Ladies. "'Our Grover & Baker
Machine has had constant service for the past eight
years, during which time, as a family sewer, we
have neither seen nor heard of its equal for sim
plicity in construction and neatness, with great
durability or stitch. 'Witching,' as applied to other
machines by our neighbor?, Is with us unknown."
II. F. Warren,
No Cure, No Pay. Forrest's Juniper Tar -For
Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Spitting of .Blood and
Lang Diseases. Immediate relief and positive cure,
or price refunded. N. B. The only genuine is pre
pared by Dr. J. Mason Forrest & Co., since 1302. For
sale by French, Richards & Co., Tenth and Market,
and A. M. Wilson, Ninth and Filbert. Price 35 cents.
Tub Purity and Superiority of Dr. Colton's
Nitrous Oxide Gas for painless tooth extraction is
Office No. 737 Walnut street.
frgy- CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
LOCUST Street, above Fifteenth Rev. Dr.
irrjMPH KEY, Pastor. Services at 10 A. M. and
7jtf P. M.
- SIXTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SPRUCE
w Street, below Sixth Rev. J. P. CONKEY
will preach to-morrow at 10)4 A. M. and Ttf
r. in. 18 8f
p- CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
EIGHTH Street, above ARCH Services
to-morrow morning at 0 o'clock. Communion at
t)i O'clock, therefore no evening service.
tgf CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT, COR
w ner SEVENTEENTH and SUMMER 8treets.
Rector, Rev. BENJAMIN WATSON, I). D. Services
on to-morrow (Sunday) at IPX A. M. aud 1 P. M.
Sf- BETn-EDEN BAPTIST CHURCH, BROAD
and SPRUCE Streets. Re. J. Wfl EATON
SMITH, D. D., Pastor, will preach Sunday morn
ing at lux and evening at 1)i o'clock. Strangers
gy- 8PRINQ GARDEN BAPTIST CHURCH,
THIRTEENTH Street, above Wallace.
Rev. L.P. HORNBERGER, Pastor. Preaching to
morrow at loitf A. M. and 14 P. M. Sunday-school
at s P. M.
1SW- NORTH TENTH STREET PRESBYTERIAN
MATTHEW NEWKIRK, Pastor. At lOtf A. M.
Sacramental services. At a P. jtf. Children's
Church. No evening service.
t ARCH STREET M. E. CHURCH, S. E. COR
w ner ARCH and BROAD Streets. Preaching
Sundav at 10)tf A. M. by Rev. JAMES NEILL,
and 7Vf P. M. by Rev. A. R1TTENHOUSE. Stran
r THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
WASHINGTON Square. Rev. HER-
RICK JOHNSON, D. D., Pastor, will preach to
morrow at 10)$ A. M. and T3tf P. M. Evening
subject, "ChrtBtlanity and the Rewards it promises."
tSy ST. MARK'S CHURCH, LOCUST, ABOVE
w Sixteenth street. The rourth sermon of the
course will be preached to-morrow evening atT)tf
o'clock, by Rev. ALBRA WAOL8KJH, of Oertuan
towa, on "The Sacraments of the Church." Seats
tiff DIVINE SERVICE (PROTESTANT EPIS
copal) will be held in the hall or the COURT
LAND SAUNDERS COLLEGE, THIRTY-NINTH
Street, above Market, on Sunday, March
I9tb, at lu-30 A. M. aud 7-30 P. M. Sunday-school
at 8 30.
y THE PHILADELPHIA PRESBYTERIAN
Alliance will hold a public meeting In the
WEST ARCH STREET. PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, on Thursday evening, 23d lust., at 7
o'clock. Interesting addresses and important busl
nefes. IS?- REV. A. A. WILL1TS, D. D..WILL PREACH
In the WEST ARCH STREET PRESBYTE
RIAN CHURCH, corner EIGHTEENTH and ARCH
Streets, to-morrow at 10)tf A. M. and 7tf P. M.
Evemng sermon, the twenty-first or a series on Inte
resting Incidents in the ministry or Christ, "The
AnolmlDg of Jesus at Bethapy."
y REV. A. A WILL1TS, D. D., WILL DE
liver the second lecture of tie course in the
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, EIGHTH
street, above Arch, onTL'ESDAY EVENING NEXT.
Slat inst,, at 8 o'clock. Subject "Sunshine."
Tickets, fifty cents. To be obtalued at Oould &
Fischer's, No. 923 CHESNUT street, and at the door
on the evenlpg of the lecture. 8 18 3t
SEVENTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
BROAD Street and PKNN Square. Services
during next week as iouows Huuday, march is,
preaching at 1UX A. M. and 8tf P. M. by the pastor,
Rev. HENRY C. McCOOK; prayer meeting at XA
o'clock, and preaching at 8 o'clock ; on Monday
evenlDg, by Rev. 8. A. MUTCH MORE; Tuesday
evening, Rev. J. M. CROWElL, D. 1. ; Wednesday
evening, Rev. R. H. ALLEN, D. D. ; Thursday even
ing, Rev. WILLIAM P. BREED, D. D. ; Friday even
lpg. Rev. HERRICK JOHNSON, D. 1).
t- "TRUE AMBITION." REV. B. GRIFFITH,
D. D., Corresponding Secretary or the Ameri
can Baptist Publication Society, will preach the
Fifth Sermon or the Fifth Annual Series, before the
YOU NO PEOPLE'S ASSOCIATION or the TABER
NACLE BAPTIST CHURCH, CUESNUT Street,
west or Eighteenth, To-morrow (Sunday), at llA P.
M. Subject "The True Ambition."
The Tweirth Anniversary or the Association will
hehHd at the Church on TUESDAY EVENING
NEXT, March 81st. Addresses by Rev. J. H. CAS
TLE, D. D., Rev. P. S. 11KNSON, D. D., and others.
Mubio by the Young People's Choir.';
USE CAMPHOR EARLY! NOW IS THE TIME!
lO.ouo pounds pure Refined Camphor at re
tail for clothluK. carpets, and furs, at
tail, ioi uoimua, v. W'K gIMKS fc SON'S
Drug and Paint Store,
Genuine Dutch Government Java Coffee
IN THE ORIGINAL BAGS,
JUST RECEIVED IN STORE.
E. BRADFORD CLARKE,
(SUCCESSOR TO SIMON COLTON CLARKE,)
S. W. Corner BROAD and WALNUT,
1 81 tnthstHp PHILADKEJHIA
To Bank Depositors
The business Tublic Generally
TO ALL WHO DEAL IN STOCKS
TO ALL WHO DRAW CHECKS, ORDERS OR
TO ALL WHO HAVE DEALT , OR DESIRE TO
DEAL IN GOVERNMENT BONDS OR OTHER
SECURITIES, LIABLE TO BE ALTERED IN
NUMBER. OR AMOUNT, OR STOLEN
TO ALL WHO HAVE BOOKS AND LEDGER
BALANCES, ALSO LIABLE TO ALTERATION
TO ALL LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPA
NIES TO ALL WHO EXPECT TO HAVE PROPERTY
TO BEQUEATH BY WILL, AND DO NOT
WISH THE LEGATEE'S NAME CHANGED, OR
THE BEQUEST INCREASED
WE SAY PROVIDE YOURSELVES WITH THE
"CHECK PUNCTURER," EITHER ROLLER OR
IT IS SIMPLE, IT IS CONVENIENT, CAN BE
CARRIED IN THE POCKET.
IT IS ENDORSED, AND ITS USE RECOM
MENDED BY THE PROMINENT BANKERS
AND OFFICIALS IN THE COUNTRY.
SEE CIRCULAR BELOW.
IT IS WITHIN THE RE AC OF ALL.
Holler and Kubber.
Philadelphia, March, 1971.
We, the undersigned, having examined the Punc
turing Machines shown us by Ueorge W. Holmes,
Jr., of Philadelphia, have no hesitation In saying
that such use and application in puncturing Com
mercial Paper, such as checks, drafts, etc., will be
an eirectual safeguard against the alteration of such
They are simple in constractlon, convenient for
use, and we would recommend their adoption by all
persons whose business requires papers to be in cir
culation which are liable to be altered in amount,
and especially by bank depositors.
Philadelphia National Bank.
Bank or North America.
Mechanics' National Bank.
First Natlon il Bank.
Western National Bank.
Commonwealth National Bank.
Corn Exchange National Bank.
Union National Bauk.
Oentrul National Bank.
Tradesmen's National Bank.
Fourth National Bank.
National Bank Republic.
Manufacturers' National Bank.
Penn National Bank.
Kensington National Bank.
Eighth National Bank.
National Bank or Northern Liberties.
(tonsolidetlon National Bank c
Third National Bank.
Sixth National Bank.
National Security Bank.
Bank or America.
Union Banking Company.
First National Bank, Camden, N. J.
Fidelity Insurance, Trust, and Safe Deposit Com
pany. Philadelphia Trust and Sare Deposit Company.
UEORGE EYSTKR, Assistant Treasurer United
JAY COOKE & CO., Bankers.
DRBXEL CO., Bankers.
K. W. CLARK & CO., Bankers.
THOMAS R. UAVIS, Auditor Penna. R. R. Co.
CHARLES MAUARUE A CO., Noa 80, 3i and 84
South Sixth street.
J. B. L1I PINOOTT 4 CO., Nos. 715 and 717
WJM. F. MURPHY'S SONS, Bank Stationers.
H. H. BINGHAM, Postmaster, Philadelphia.
E. COLEMAN, Sup't Adams Expiess, Phlla.
They are also endorsed by Banks or New York,
Washington, and other cities, and by the mercantile
community In general.
The Check Puncturing Company.
CEO. W. HOLME8, JR.,
General Agent Tor the United States,
ITo. 30; North FIFTH St..
3 IS B3t PHILADELPHIA
X THcYAUUIl & nUXUArV,
NO. 114 SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET,
Have opened their Spring Assortment of
DESIRABLE WHITE GOODS.
Piques in Plaids, Stripes, and Cords.
French Nainsook, all prices.
French Muslin, 8 yards wide, very low.
Tucked Muslin, for Waists and Skirts.
A LaRGE STOCK OF HAMBURG EDGING AND
Real and Imitation Laces.
Rich Flouncing in Nainsook and Swiss.
French Gaps for Ladles and Ch ldren.
Ladies' Under-garments. very cheap.
NOVELTIES AND FANCY ARTICLES RE
on hand and made to order. 8 lSmw3ca
THE SURPRISE OATS
Are whlte.very productive, as two trials at Bloomsdale
lnj'69 and '7udetermined, and weigh ii lbs. per ousLel.
They are securely put up in grain saoks or two
bushels, weighing 64 lbs. net. Price, is per sack,
delivered on vessel or railroad station rree or por
terage. Samples by mall ou application, enclosing
v DAVID LANDRETH & SON,
Nos. si and S3 S. SIXTH street.
CONOVE&'S COLOSSAL ASP a-
RAGUS ROOTS, Large Purple Top Asparagus
Roots, Rhubarb Roots, Artlshoka Roots, White and
Yellow Onion Seta, Shallots, Potato Onions, Top
Onions, etc., for sale by
DAVID LANDRETH & SON,
SEED AND IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSE,
NOS. 21 aad S3 S. SIXTH STREET,
It Between MARKET and CHE3NUT Sta.
F SUGAR, SILVER AND NORWAY MAPLES,
large Apple, Pear, cherry, and other fruit trees,
Swarf aad standard Evergreens for lawns and
hedges. Address JOHN PERKINS,
li Mooreslown, N. J, .
TOST A PAIR OPERA GLASSES. ON FRIDTy
j Evening, 17th instant, In a Thirteenth street car.
Tim iiiuinr will le suitably rewarded b returning- to
PHILADELPHIA CLOTH HOUSE
N. W. Corner
Smbraces every thing, TJativo and Foreign, that is Hare, Chaste, and Beautiful.
MENS' AND BOYS' DEPARTMENT
Is comprehensive, covering everything that the refined taste of London, Faris, New York,
Boston,1 Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, or any of the larger centres, could desire
Immense Stock of BLACK I) RAP D'ETES for Gentlemen's Suits and Ladies' Em
broidered Sacks. Every variety of Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vestings, for Friends' Wear.
WILLIAM T. SNODCRASS CO.,
N. W. Corner of Ninth and Market Streets.
603 and 605 Chesnut St.
ARE INVITED TO CALL AND
New Spring Goods,
603 and 605 Chesnut St.
OUR NEW STGfCK,
Far exceeding In
VARIETY OF DESIGN
Anything we have erer had,
PERFECT AND COMPLETE,
la offered at rates
Than It baa seen pcsslble to sell for years.
CURTAINS AND SHADES.
Curtains and Shades.
No. 719 CHESNUT St.,
8 U thstusurp
CHEAP WINDOW AND HOT-HOUSE GLASS I
luoo boxei 8x8, T, 6x10 Ulaas for sale at H
fer box ; other sizes cUutty la proportion. Pure aud
resh Putty made dally.
' w p SIMB3 A SON'S
Paint aud Oiaaa Warehouse,
T. SH0DGE1A8S & GO.
of NINTH and MARKET Streets,
GENTLEMEN'S, AND BOYS' WEAR,
J. IVI. HAFLEIOH,
Kos. 1012 and 1014 CHESNUT Street,
Has now open a complete stock in
Chene Silks, Stripe Silks,
Black fjilks, Black Hernanis,
Plaid Poplins and Serges.
New Styles in Ladies' Suits made to order.
A LARGE STOCK OF LACES just received,
VILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
Also, LAMA LACE SHAWLS.
AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY OF
Popular Literature and Science.
THE APRIL HUM BEE.
WITH A FINE FULL-PAD ENGRAVING.
I. WILD IRELAND; Or, HecoIlectlonB of Some
Days and Nights wlta Father Michael. Part I. By
B. Donbavand. II. CHARLES PRANOiS ADAMS.
HI. MOUMoU: A Story. By Ian Toorgenef. IV.
THE JEW'S FAITH:' A Poem. t$y Henry Abbey.
V. A WEtJTEBN NEWSPAPER EtU'EKPKISS.
By Frederic Lockley. VI. BMANUEL SWEDEN
BORG. By Lucre t la Pontiff. VII. HE, SUB, AND
IT: A Story. By Edgar Fawcett. Vlll. STUDENT
RAMBLES IN PRUbSlA. Part II. By 8tephen
Powers IX. WHAT SHALL WE DRINK? By
John Bell, M. D. X. CLOUD FANTASIES: A Poam.
By Paul H. Hayne, XL OLD SADDLER'S RESUK
RECTION : A Story. By R..D.MInor. XIL REALITY "
A Poem. By Emma Lazarus. XIII. OUR MONTHLY
GOSSIP A Wtuter Journey over Mont Cenis; The
Mont Cents TuDnel: London Reminiscences or a
Student, etc. XIV. LITEKATURB OF THE DAY.
XV. SERIAL SUPPLEMENT. "Rookfltone. By
Katharine S. Macquold. Part II.
TERMS. Yearly Subscription, II. Single Num
ber, 86 cents. Liberal Premium and Clubbing Kates.
Specimen Numberimalled, poatage paid, to any ad
dress on receipt of 88 cents.
J. B. LIPPINOOTT A CO.,
Nos. T15 and 717 MARKET 8TREBT,
"The Changed Cross," size 22x23, the finest ever
Offered to the public.
Mary and St. John," size 22x23, a moat sublime
The Beautiful Snew," size 16x52, a rery Impres
'The Holy Family," size 22x23, a real gem.
"Delhi, Del. Co., N. Y.," Blze 22x23, a beautiful au
tumn scene. .
Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by '
J. HOOVER, No. 804 MARKET Street,
8 18smw3ni Philadelphia, seooad floor. 1
T ASHING T"0N iTcTT S L,
SaVESTH AND CHESNUT STREETS,
Has been thoroughly renovated, roiitted, and newly
GEORGE J. BOLTON, Proprietor,
Of Bolton's Hotel, HarrUburg, Pa., and Columbia
House, OapejUy J. I lt
ifi TO RENT," IN WEST PHILADELPFa, A
L I three-tory brick house, with sld. yard, No. 13
KTlilrtv-fourth street. Hent fHk per mouth. Ad
dross, with reference, WILLIAM A. shakpe,
i;; No. UWN.TflLUD Street.
Steinway & Sons'
Grand Square and Upright Piano.
Bpeclal attention la called to their na
Patent Upright Piano,
With Double Iron Frame, Patent Resonator, Tubular
Metal Frame Action, eta. which are matchletta la
Tone and Touch, and unrivalled in durability.
CI I A 11 LEU 1! LA 81 US,
No. 1006 CHESNUT ST11EET,
PIANOS AND ORGANS, ci
GEO. STECK & COS.)
BRADBURY'S, J- PIANOS,
HAINES' BROS', J
MASON AND HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS.
GOULD fc FISCHER,
No, 923 CHESNUT Street.
J. I. eon.D. No. 1016 ARCH Street.
WM.JB.riBCHEB. 1 17 tfp
J JAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
FOR THE SALE AND EXCHANGE
t.'EW UNITED STATES LOAD, :
We would tender our services to Investors or hold
ers of old loans desiring to make exchange.
DREXEL & CO.,
No. 34 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
Ho. 1210 CHESNUT St.,
J lj smw3qjrp