LOAN EXiBITIflN. The Attendance Yesterday 'Afternoon and Evening Gratifying. MORE ARTICLES ON EXHIBITION. The Valentine Festival a Success—The Receipts Receipts Large and the Tables Filled With Interesting Curios and Needle Work— Fine Supper Served-Concert Saturday Evening. The opening of the Loan Exhibition yesterday afternoon and the Valentine Festival last evening for the benefit of the building fund of the Good Samaritan hospital was a success and largely attended. attended. The recitations of Dr. Robinson was an interesting feature of the evening and his renditions were well received. The following additional curios are on exhibition: By Mrs. Horace Brock. Collection of dolls in costumes representing representing all nations. Brussels point a'Angle terre lace, 18th century. Point do France lace, 17th century. Flemish point lace, 17th century. Old Genoese lace, 16th century. Point de Alencon lace, rococlo style, 18th century. Old Mecklin lace, 17th century. Irish point lace, modern Mecklin, modern modern venitian. rose point and old and modern modern valeuscience laces. Silver stomacher, v/ith emeralds, from Juclea. Old Hungarian collar, set with diamonds, diamonds, emeralds and rubies. Japanese Jineiikishe. Cup sevres Napoleon. Two cups, Louis Phillipi. Ciipe caposti monte. Ladies enameled watch with Madonna head and child, by Rapheal. Ladies repeating gold watch set in diamonds. diamonds. Ladies chatalain, enameled in and ont- iide. Gentleman's gold repeating watch. Gentleman's silver watch set in rubies. A piece of jewelry, saphire pendants, surrounded with pearls, formerly the property of the Great Moguls of India. Chinese gold lacqner rice bowel with imperial crest—moons. The Gobiin tapestry mentioned in the EWS of yesterday, has been in the tamily for over a century and was made in the time of Louis the Xlth when the Goblin factory was in its prime. Some of the colors are a lost art and its value is $20,000. By Mrs. D. S. Hammond. Scales and seal of George Steitz, 1745. Pin cushion owned by Mre. Catharine Stoitz, 75 years old. Ostrich egg. Chinese feather fan. By Grant Weldman. Badges of sons of Revolution and order of Cincinnati and badges for special occasion. Bv Mrs. BIcGarvey. Venetian marble model of Baptistry at Pisa. By Col. Shindel. Large and valuable collection of pennies. pennies. By Mies Nutting. Valuable collection of gold and silver spoons eathered in Europe. By Jane Simmons. Jubilee pin of 1887 by Queen Victoria. By Mr. and Sirs. G. S. Bowman. A collection of Mexican sandals, garments, garments, brushes and pottery. Hair rope from California. Bark from the big tree in California. Spanish bit. Mrs. H. L. Kohler. An olden time Northern snow shovel made of one piece of wood. By Mrs. Thomas Evans. Venetian, Florentine and Roman cameos. cameos. Rookwood vase for which gold medal was awarded at Paris Exposition. Miscellaneous Exhibits. Copy of Madonna in church of San Maria Maggiore, Rome, said to have been painted by St Luke. A Swiss village made of cork. Cowboy's suit. Psalm of David, 90 years old. Bible, 100 years. Baby Show. There will be a baby show this evening, at which votes will be taken, costing 5 cents each, for the prettiest and ugliest baby. The vote will be taken between 7:30 and 9:30. The following ladies are hi charge of the tables: Valentine. In charge of the Court of Venus. Curios. Mrs. C. Hare, Mrs. Greer, Miss Laura Robson. Restaurant. Mrs. A. D. Hoffer, Mrs. W. B. Middleton, Middleton, Mrs. Wm. Lineaweaver. Industrial. Mrs. Samuel McAdam, Mrs. James Wagner. Cake. Mrs. Thos. H. Capp, Mrs. D. S. Hammond, Hammond, Mrs. Charles B. Forney, Mrs. B. Frank Bowman, Mrs. D. M. Karmany, Miss Lord. Fancy Table. Misses Mary Weidman, Jennie Hammond, Hammond, Ida Fox, Florence Killinger, Maria Weidman, Charlotte Hare, Katharine Smith, Ada Guilford, Mary Lineaweaver Mrs. R. L. Comstock and Miss Bncher. Candy Table. Misses Sallie Hammond, May Nutting, Bettie Weidman, Florence TJhler, Myra Robson, Emma Grittinger, Effie Weidman, Weidman, Margie Meily, Mrs. Bessie Couch, Mrs. Asa A. Weimer, Mrs. R. C. Mish, Miss Sallie Lineaweaver. Supper Tables. Mrs. Dr. William Brace, Mrs. Samuel Fox, Mrs. P. B. Mish, Mrs. Adolphus Reinoehl, Mrs. McGarvey. Mrs. William M. Derr, Mrs. C. Hare, Mrs. J. L. Lemberger, Lemberger, and Mrs. Thomas Evans, presided presided over the tables. The Grand Central Orchestra has tendered tendered its services free for a concert on Saturday evening.