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THE DAILY EVENING TELEG RAPE PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 18G7.
8 CURIOSITIES OF PRUT COLLECTIOnS. A writor in the Cornhltl, noticing the unpre cedented prlco of I 5000 paid for nu etching by February lait. adds some curious particulate of remarkable collectious. A BTOBI OF BEMDBAHDTi About one of Rembrandt's etching we have u i amuBlng story. He had eonc to spend a day wUhtals eieat friend, Jan Si, ft burgomaster of A! ttiev wero sitting down to itoSfin .rrjnnt bad lorgoU, rwl7h"he urSomHHWr that he wonld etch Ihp view from the dininu-roum wmuu uuiuio te wmnt wturiie.1. He took up a plate, tried his etching-point upon it. eketctiel the view, and won his bet. The engraving le a very rare one. Baron Verutolke's impmsiou sola lor 17 IOj.j but he would be fortunate who could secure a good Impression at that price now. " DURER. Of Albert Purer's etchings the most beautiful Jb his "Adam and Eve." Some time ago the finest known impression of this engraving came Into the possession of Mr. Smith, the eminent printseller. He showed the print to Mr. Ma DerlT, who eagerly inquired the price which, as tar as I recollect, was about sixty pounds uterlinp. Possessing another impression already, Mr. Mabcrly was at hrst not Inclined to pay this large sum even for such superior excellence. l)ay after day, however, he came to look at the charming Impression, and at last said, "Well, well, I must have it. But you will take back my other Impression, won't you, and allow me what 1 paid for U 15 f" " A'by, no," said Mr. Bmith. "1 don't think that 1 cau do that. 1 won't offer yeu 13, but if you like, I will give you 30." The value of Diner's engraving had been doubled since Mr. Maberly's lormpr pur chase. At Mr. Maberly's death his prize sold for 65. Mr. Johnson's Impression, which was no doubt, a fine one, broueht 40. Whut a change from the price Durer himself tells us he got tor his enpravini? in 1520 four stivers (four pence I Kven taking into account the di (Ter ence in the value of money in bis time and our own, what he received cannot have amounted to a couple of shillings. MULLER. F. Muller'i engraving of "Madonna di San Sinto" proved his death. On taking a proof of bis plate to the publisher by whom he was em ployed, he yas told he must go over the whole work again, as it was far too delicate for com mercial purposes. With heavy heart he set about his work, but It was too much for him, and on the very day the proofs were taken off from the retouched plate, he died. It letches large prices now. At Mr. Johnson's sale, a "tine proof belore any letters" broueht one hundred and twenty pounds. The su rue 6 ini was obtained lor Count Arcbinto'a copy in 1862. CONTRAST OF PRICES. In comparing the ancient prices of prints on their first publication with the modern ones (I nave already mentioned Durer's "Adam and Eve;"' and Mr. Maberly tells us that Purer pur chased Luchs Van Lejden'a "KoleLspeisfel,''now worth, when in pood state, 60, for a stiver) wo must not lorget the lmnrensely larger sums that engravers are paid now-a-daja than what were usual in former times. The artiat then was of'.en bis own publisher; but even when he was engaged by some other person, he received what would bo considered at present most inadequate remuneration. Woollett, for instance, a hun dred jears ago, asked only fifty guineas for en prating his ".Niobe," though Alderman Boydell generously gave him one hundred. The price at which ft was published was live shillines, no difference being made between proofs" and prints the subscribers being allowed to take which they pleased. Contrast these prices with those that ore obtained now. We Will take an Instance from France. Louis XIV commenced a "Cbalsogiaphie du Musee Boyale," a series ot enirravings from pic tures in the Louvie. The series is still con tinued, and in 1851 the sum voted for this pur pose was nearly 9000. Of this II. Dupont was to receive 10(iG lor enpravmg Pi Veronese's "Piliirinia of Einmaub;" and De Francois (the artist eDg aged for Frith's "Derby Day'"), 1250 for Fra Angelicas "Coronation oi the Virgin." When in 1&47 there was a similar commission contemplated by the EnglWh (lovernment, it -was said that the sum Mr. J. II. Robinson was to receive for engraving '-Tlic liaising of Laza rus" was 5000. A publisher will otten spend seveial thousand pouncis In bringing out a first class engraving. Ttie "copyright" aloue is a inoet serious item. Landseer got lor the "Peace and War," now in the Vernon Gallery, 2050. The prices charged for the Impressions must of course be in proportion. For Instance, when Colnaehi published Doo's engraving ot the "fiaibinir of Lazarus," there were 100 artist's proofs at 20fguineas, 100 proofs on India paper at 15 guineas. 100 proofs on plain paper at 10 guineas, 200 prints on Ind'a paper at 6 guineas, whilst the prints themselves were charged 5 guineas each. The same writer says: The subject of engravine leads us na'.uraliy to the sister subject of painting. No collecting mania is anything like so popular or so exten sively practised as that for pictures. They have come to oe considered as inu'speoHauie articles of furniture in every well-appointed bouse; and It is no uncommon thing, in consequence, to meet with a collector who talks and evidently thinks much less of the gems that ornament his gallery than oi the checks by which they were secured. And how grossly tho "old masters" are belied in inauy of these collections! They had no more to do with the productions to which their names are appended in ail the splendor that gilt letters can give them than the purchaser himself. But If a man will order a tiauie flvo feet by three and a half, because he has a spare corner of iKbtse dimensions, he had better not inquire too closely, any niore than in the case of a 8t. Anthony's tootb, as to what animal it originally belonged. Iu Loudon alone tbere are, I suppose, sold every year ii'Ore pictures by the "old masters" than fire left to us ot" their paintings altogether. Let me mention two facts. luthe year 1845 the nuruocrol pictures Imported into England amounted, according to the returns of the Custom House, to 14,0!1. In one month of the same year there were tsold by auction in , London alone, wittutit reckoning those Included in furniture sales, though the number cf these must have been considerable, 4G17. The difference between the price at which such pictures are acqnin d and those thy fetch when brought to tbe hammer, is amusing. A Laphael. ducUud lu the auc ijn room to uave ct its late owner loon g iiaens, sells at 37 A Vorkoh're gentleman bequeaths twelve of his pictuies to the National Gallery: they are re jected, every one. The whole collection is brought to the hammer; it had cost 30io- it produces 150 about the vuluo of the frame Nor is it only in Enfluud that a man sells a horse for a gross o grem spnetar les. A French collector insures lag Eullery lor H.339,600 francs. It is sjld some years alter wards, nume rous additions having muntimo loeu made to it, for 685,436 lruncs. Aud ouo cannot imagine In these cases that there is aiv such possible explana ion as in the cae of the Karl of Suf folk's ten pictures lumo' "Kcce Homo" amonest mem mai weresioirn so mvsterinnto from Charlton Park in October, 1856. and not recovered till the early part of 1858, when some of them had ueen naugiug in a small public house and an old picture shop, but tailed t meet with purchasers, as they were considered eucn very interior productions . INSTRUCTION. A MtlMCAN CONSEUVATOaV OP MUSIC. Jl fcoutheuHt comer TKN 111 and WACNUT St. 'there are vacancies, aay and even Inc. for begln nrra and advanced pupllH. for I'lano, C'alTliiet Organ, "Vocal M unlet, Harmony, Violin. Flute, ilorn. eto. fiufcucrlptlon to the OHCil EKl'U At, CLAHS for amaleurH 15 -of) JSuJ)crlpllon lor Kludy ol ELOCUTION b Q i'npllb will ne received every clay this week auduttxU oujee nnum, 0 a. 01. tu iu r. ai, Juatruuilon will uet'ln Oct 14. and Oct. 21. 1 N. II. HturteuU ol Vocal Muhic are entitled toln- llrwtuon lu Jooviiop wJihoui.niira charge. 10 lt J. F. & E. JB. ORHE, 1867, 004 CKCK82STUT STREET, 1867 isro. nTK mow opened iheib Fall Importations of I ET C Sim fa XS ISTO. 904 CHESNUT STREET, 500 PIECES J. OROSSLEY & SONS' PATENT TAPESTRY CARPETS. J. F. E. ISTO. 904 CHESISTUT STREET, 300 PIECES ROYAL WILTON CARPETS. J. F. & E. B. ORFJE, ISTO. 904 CHESNUT STREET, NOVELTIES IN FBENCH CHENILLE CARPETS. J. F. & E. B. ORIME, NO, 904 CHESNUT STREET, 500 Pieces New Styles English Brussels Carpets. J. F. & E. B. ORFJE, NO. 904 GHESNUT STREET, 250 Pieces Yard and a half Wide Velvet Carpets. ,i J. F. & E. B. ORFJE, NO. 904 CHESNUT STREET, ROYAL WILTON CARPETS, BRUSSELS .CARPETS, For Stairs and Halls with Ixtra Borders. J. F. & E. NO. 904 50 BIIEETB CARPETINGS. 519 (JIESATT STREET. 519 FINE CARPET IKCS AT KEDUOED PRICES. WE WILL SELL CVR AXMIXSTEBS, BUTA- WIMOKS, VELVETS!, ENOUSII BBtSSElS)! TAPESTBT BBIIfSEU, TBBEEPLTI, ftrPE INOBAINS, VE1KETIANW, BBVSSE S AND DAMASK HALL AND STAIR CARPETS, WITH KXTBA BOBDIBS, EINGLIWII OIL CLOTHS, IN tiHORT, EVEKY DEKCBIPTION Of KEMBABEE CARPETINCS, At Greatly Reduced Prices, With a view to BELLING OFF OCR ENTIRE STOCK, AT OCR RF.XAIL WAREROOMS, No. 519 CHESNUT Street, Prior lo lteu.ovI on iirat oi January uesu McCALLUM, CREASE & SLOAN, 101 tutliN2iurp HO. Sl CIIENNtTr ST. flj O T I C E. i: i : l i O 31 Sc H II A VVj Ml.flll4ll(il HTKF.ET, BETWnfN NiMH AND 'JJtNTil STREET, IV ILL 4 ) M l is i; OMI LI.TIIi:ittTt( OF CAFIPETINCS AT PnirrM U) OHBHIOMD WITH OW rUll'EM AN l KXC-NMEM, AND WILL OPEN A-W UOUDN, AH THE V DO HOT ISKIT TO MOVli e Ti erp New Carpetings. D ! VllfUUi B. ORftJE, B. 0RNE, CHESNUT STREET, ENGLISH OIL CLOTHS. CARPETINGS. 832 CARPETIXGS. 832 ARCH STREET. FALL STOCK NOW OPEN AT TEE AKOII STREET CARPET WAREHOUSE JOSEPH BLACKWOOD. HO. 839 ABCH STBEET, tic 2m To floors below Ninth, Bourn Bide. WINDOW BLINDS AND SHADES. 831. CHARLES L HALE, fl3 (Late galeaman and Superintendent for B. J. WUlIams) NO. 831 ABCH STBEET, VANCrACTCBKB OT VENETIAN BLINDS AND WINDOW BHADES. Largest and finest assortment In tbe city at the LOWfcHT PRICES, 9 23 2m8p TJFHOLSTERLNO IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Qa J. WILLIAMS & SONS, HO. 16 HOBTH SIXTH STBEET, MANUFACTURERS OF VENETIAN BLINDS iND WINDOW BHADES. Larirest and finest LOWEST PRICES. assorcent In the city at tbe Repairing promptly attended to. STORE It HADES made and lettered. 9 25 2m Bp JOT-CAST PORCELAIN. THE AMERICAN HOT-VAH't POBCELAIN tOJU'AJlV HAVING REMOVED TO THEIR RICHMOND WORKS, t'OltSKB OF TUIIK AVDM K AMD UAVb WTHCKT, PIULtUELrnUl Are in pared to necu'.o orders lu their beautiful new HOT-CAKT PORCELAIN, FOR DRUGGISTS, PERFUMER-", LAMP DEAL. ERS, OAS FITTERS, and all who have heretofore teen u -li g ai tides made from what Is known as While ripuoue OUhs, at one third discount fro the prices charged (or White Opuque Ulass nod force, laln.i Samples may be seen, aud orden will be recelTed at the 0 Dice of tbe L'ompauy, IltANKLIN INTITI TE. AO. IS SOI'TII NEVENTH NlBEFT, niiLii.n i in. CHARLES Y, riil VOiT, President. DAVID L, DODOE, 1C ft i'p feecrcttry fcnrt TrcwrnW. DRY GOODS. W A R K E T AND ?q NINTH. Heavy Field CloaMr.K". Green and IlUck rinids. Hyde Park Cloaking. Norwallt Cloak lu if. White Cloaking. Dark Colors Velours. Brown Velveteen. Black Velveteen. Black Trlcotn. Black DoenklDs. Black Beavers. Black Chinchillas. Brown Chinchillas. Blue Chinchillas. Light Colon Chinchillas. Colored Velvet Beavers, V00. IKOSTED BEATERS Ot extra good quality, In all the styles. AKKIHEBF.S. An Ittmmne slock, every make, style, and price. Tailors sin piled at trade prlots. Tailors' linings of eeiy kind. KUAWLX. Finest display we have ever offered. CLOiKI, Nov opening dally, New Winter Styles. BOYS' t'LOTniNO. 97stuth An unparalleled assortment ot strictly Dne garments. QEPOT FOR FURNISHING DRY GOODS. A CABD. SHEPPARD, VAN HARLINGEN & ARRISON, NO. IOOS CHESNUT STBEET, Wbose establishment lor the sale of lIousoFurnbiiiiig Dry Goods Is unequalled In tbe extent and variety of Us assort ment, beg to announce to HOUSEKEEPERS RE NEWING THEIR SUPPLY, or persons about to lutnlsb, tbat tbey are now receiving tbelr FALL ASSORTMENT OF Fit EN II EIN EN, COTTON, AND WOOLLEN CiOODN rOB HOUSEHOLD USE, AT J EDUCED PRICES. seen as LINEN SHEETS' WOR, COTTON SHEETINUS, riEEOW LINENS, PILLOW MI'NLINM, DAB! ASK TABLE CLOTHS, TA1II-R E1NKNM. VAUA.H iV Al-MIIMW, IIOHDKRKn TOWELS, TOWELLINGS, UUILTS, ItLANH ETS, TABLE AND EHIBBOIDEliED PIANO AND TABLE COVEBS, Aad every other article suitable for a well-ordered household. 10 12 swtit PRICE & WOOD, H.W. COB.EieUTII AND FILBEKT STS., HAVE JUST OPENED A cheap lot of Nainsook Plaid Muslins, at ltt cents per yard, better goods tbau are selling at 25 cents. A large lot of Scotch Diaper, lrom auction, very cheap. Table Linens, Napkins, and Doylies, Beat makes Shirting Linens, etc. eto. FLANNELS! FLANNELS!! All-wool Flannels, 83. 3, 37X, 45,50, 560. 7-8, 4-4 Ballardvale Flannels. Domel Flannels, 25, 81, 85. 87, 40, 45, and 50c. Heavy 4-4 all-wool Shaker Flannels, 50, 50, 62,'i, and 75c Grey and Red Twilled and Plain Flannels. Good quality Sblrtlng Flannels, etc eto; Best makes Bleached and Unbleached Muslins and Canton Flannels at the very lowest market prices. ClOOD QUALITY BLACK SILKS. Plaid Poplins, all-wool Poplins. Black Poplin Alpacas, very cheap. Mixed Poplins, 5(c. a yard. A cheap lot ot Casslmeres for men's and boys' wear. Bargains In Ladles' and Gents' Linen Cambric HdkfB, Ladles' and Children's Hosiery and Gloves. Gents' Neck Ties, Shirt Fronts, and Suspenders. Jouvln's Kid Gloves, best quality Imported. 9 21inwtJ) PBICE A 'WOOD, N. W. Cor. EIGHTH and FILBERT. N. B. A large assortment of Ladles', Gents', and Children's Merino Vests and Pants, vary cheap. A large assortment of Uluukela very cheap. WW. FALL AND YflUTER. fl JOHN VV. TI.GiV.AC, Nos. 405 and 407 North SECOND St. JUST RECEIVED, The 1-ollowlng Goods for Ladles' and Misses' FALL AND WINTER SACKS: ANT It A CHAN CLOT IIS, IN BLACK, WHITE AND FANCY. HI AL FBENCH VELVET CLOTHS. ViLOCB CLOTHS. CHINCHILLA CLOTnS. WfHTNEXS, VELVETEENS. BLACK BEAVEBS. BLACK TBI COTS. IKOMTED BEAVEBS. WITH A FULL: ASNOKOTMESIT OF FANCY CLOTHS. 18 wsmtimrp NDIA SHAWLS. GEO It O E PUYE 11, NO. 01 CIIENNUT STBEET, Fpp received and now rpen his Fall Importation of J N 1 A MIaWI.H AM HVMUfn, Umlhm with oilier kinds ol t-hawla Also, let II DHMN M1LUM, BLA4 K SILKS, PILINS, CLOA KINGS 10 2 estl CLOAHS, ETC., To wtii'b the aitenllon of purchuers is Invited. Tjia loOfls are pui':U-'ll 'or c b, aud will be sold cheup. DRY UOODS. piM'S IRISH POPLINS. FANCY BTR1PK fclLKS, 74. FRFNCH MKRINOK3 FRO AUCTION. HEAVY PLAID POrLINS, tl 00. HEAVY CORDKD POPLINS M cents. J. '. KTB AWBHIDttB A CO., N. W. corner EIGHTH and M VRKKT Bts. LYONS CLOAKING VELVETS. M.ACK VELVET CLOTHS. DAHL'A VELVET CLOTHS. BLL'K AND OilREN PLAID CLOT OS. J. '. NTBAWBRIDHK A CO, N. W. corner EIGHTH and MARKET 8w. H UUUENOT CANTON FLANNELS. ENGLISH CANTON FLANNELS. SWANMHIN CANTON FLAN NEKS. J. C. STBAWBBIDHR A ('., N. W. corner EIGHTH and MARKET Bts. HURON BLANKETS. HURON BLANKETS. II U BON BLANKETS. II I HON BLANKETS. We bave now In store a complete assortment of tbe celebrated HURON BLANKETS, made expressly tor our sales, which, for fineness of wool.siz?, weight and cheapness In price, excel any other Blanket In the market. EIGBT IIUNDBED PAIRS FINE BLAN KETS, SLIGHTLY SOILFD. Some of these Blankets are tbe finest and largest goods made, were slightly soiled at tbe mill, and will be sold at about two-tblrds of their original valuo. All-wool Blankets, (1 00. Large site Blankets, t'00. Fine large Blankets, 15 00. Vtry Flue Blankets, l 00. Buyers for Hotels, Boarding Houses, Puhllo Institu tions and Private Families, will do well to call and examine our Immense stock and extremely low prices. Many ol the above goods are o Bering at less tban Importers' and manufacturers' prices. All goods warranted as represented. J. C. KTBAWRBIIIUG A CO., N. W. corner EIGHTH and MARKET Sis. p L A I D CLOAKINCS. BLUE AND (iRI KS. SC ABLET AND III. AC . WHITE AND BLACK. BLACK AND Pl'BPlK. UBEEN AND BLACK. LA BO EST AKSOKTMF.NT IN THE CITY, WHOLESALE AND BET AIL. J. C. STRAAVBRIDGE & CO , NORTHWEST CORNER EIGHTH AND MARKET STS,, 1 Itmixrp PHILADELPHIA. LINEN STORE, B9B AROH STREET. IMPOBTEB, JOBBER, AND RETAIL DEALER IN LiisrExsr goods EXCLUSIVELY. THE L ABO EST LINEN STOCK IN THE CITY. r FALL IMPORTATIONSOF LINEN UOODS HOW FN STORE. 918 wsmjrp TOADIES' GRAND JUBILEE AT EVANS & PHIPPS', N. W. COB. OF TENTH AND ABCU STS., WIDE AWAHE STOBE. Commencing on MONDAY MORNING next, at 10 o'clock, and to continue during the entire week, to witness our elegant and WBAND DISPLAH OF GOODS. Just opened, magnificent new lot of Crete Goods. Ladles' Cloaklngs, Cloiba and Casilmeres, uiun.ei3 ana Shawls, Alpacas. Silks, Table Covers, CALICO AND MULIHN,B"mra"' At greatly reduced prices. Our Cheap Goods are ttr acting tbe ladles In large crowds around tbe beau tllul corner. FAIR AND JUST DEALINH la wl at the lilies' appreclnlu. Tney waut a Plane to liurriiOHe lu which Ihfy cau iUc lull couUdeuce. 'ibis is the place. TRY IS, AND PKOVE IT, Is a'l ek, as tLousuods are dolug dally. DON'T jr OKGKT. EVANS A PHIPPS, 9 "fUJ 4'OmH'B TENTH AND A H ( II NTS. T.T STEEL & fcON UAVE ABOUT 3 CASES ---- lelt ol those "Soiled MuhIIus" received on Mon day last. We nill guarantee that all the soils whl wrsh out. 8-4 Bleached Muslins, '.i'c. 8-4 do Uj 8c. 7-8 do do Ho. 7-8 do do Inc. " 8 do do llo. 4-4 do li, -. o 4-1 do du Joe., worth 0, Wi'lliimsvllle, Wauihutta, and New York Mills at greatly reduced prices. Unbleached Canton Flannels, 15 to 37J.C. Bleuvhrd Cantou Flanneln. 18 to iK.'jC I'llKAPIXT CALICOES IN THE CITY. New styles al C'ic 15c. Calicoes, new styles, reduced to llo. lt;o. do do do llHo 2'C do dj do )5o. Will open to-day three cases of tbe HE At' EST BLANKETS IN THE CITY. , 10 I, II I, It 4, RANGING IN PRICE FHOM flTJ TO 9. 8-4 Kl.'uhtly soiled Urowii Tahiti Llueo. 0- . wortu 80 i-4 ilo Loom do two., " 8? 8-4 uo do do Too., " tl 7- 4 do JUIeached do 8ic " (I 8- 4 do do do tl, 'tl'!7' e-4 Uo Drown do 37-c, " M It NOS, "klA HU 715 N. TENTH ST. DRY GOODS. STOKES & WOOD, NO. 90 ARCn STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. ALPACA POPLtSS, ALL RntDEt, HLAl K ALPACA , TO WHICH WE CtLL F.SFECI4Ij attention. FXIKA FINK MOHAIRS. IN STOIPru PLA1IIS, AND SIMMS. 4JAT PLAID ALL-WOOL POPLINS IN CHOICE STTLES. '"' FINE:KKNCH.nEBIKOES, ALL SHADES AVI) 4IIIALITIES. BLACK AND WHITE PLAID CASH MEM I S, 40 I N4'IIES WIDE, VEKT CHEAP FXTMASIZE aU ARE BUNDSHA WLS, FOR FBIENDS. A FULL ASSOBTflENT OF SHAWLS OF ALL VARIETIES, MITABLE FOB THE SEASON. 3 9 4 LOT II FOR LADIES' 4LOAHS AND SAtitt ES, CASSIilEUES, WATER-PROOF, QEEAT FALL IN DOMESTICS. Fu'CURDY, DUHKLE & CO., No. 140 North EIGHTH Street, ABOVE ARCH, ARE NOW OFFERING GREAT BARGAINS .IN DKESS GOODS. BAB4JAINS IN DOMESTICS. BABOAINSIN IILAMKET. BABOAINS IN IILA4 K SILKS 8-1 Ea'nLISH Hr UINOKt, S7H. PER YD BA R4JAINS IN DO WET FLANNELS. BARUAINS IN CANTON F ANN ELS. BAKOAMklN WOOL FLANNEIX. Having purchased largely during the lale panic, we are prepared to offer unusual Inducements to purcha sers. A call Is respectitilly i-ollclied. loiismwtf WlKAttU KVW. E. M. NEEDLES & CO. Invite attention to their first-class .took of LACES A NO LACE GOOBS, EMBROIDERIES, HDKF8., VEILS, ETO. To blch addition will constantly be made ol the NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. I t -? oner In tbelr WHITE GOODS DEPART MENT HEAVY SKIRTING CAMBRICS, i t 3(, ufi, and 40 cents, a Great Sacrifice. iwom raHi9 QLOTH HOUSE. SNODGRASS & CO., HO. tl SOUTH -SECOND STREET, COMPLETE STOCK OP OtothSjCoat.ngs, and Cassimeres, FOB LADIES, GENTLEMEN'S AND BOTS WEAK. SPECIAL, ATTENTION GIVEN TO LADIES CLOAK IN US AND SACKING HIIOL ESALE ANI RETAIL. 10 1 lmrp MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, ETC, BONNET OPENING. WOOD & CARY, No. 725 CHESNUT STREET WILL OPEN FALL BONNETS, THURSDAY OCTOBER 4. 9 SO 2mrp MRS. R. DILLON, NOS. BBS AND IM SOUTH STREET Hat all tbe novelties In FALL MILLINHRY, Hot Ladles, Misses, and Children, Also, Crapes, Silks, Ribbons, Velvet, Flower, Feather., Frames, eto. Milliners inpplled. 16 BONNET OPENING, WEDNESDAY, October 2. E. P. GILL & CO., IKK7StA BCn : STBEETJ 10 2 24t CLOAKS. CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, tvery one Is talking about tbe CloaksM No. 23 8. NINTH Street. (CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS. J jjivery new style at iWNa. No. 23 8. NINTH Street. CLOA'KS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS, immense bargain, at rVKNS' j 2, jm No. SH B. NINTH Street. HOOP SKIRTS. (J28. WM. T. HOPKINS, 628. MANUFACTURER OF FIlT QUALITY; HOOP SKIRTS, FOR THE TRADE AND AT RETAIL. NO. tU ABCH STBEET, BELOW SE VENTH, PHILADELPHIA, Also dealer In full lints of low-priced New York and l i siern made hkirts. , All Hie new and dvnlrnblo 81 vies and sizes Ltuiea . Mlnke', and Children's Hoc p-skli t ""'"",",t.ly.0? baud and made to ..iiler, embracing tbs i larKWJ n.unt vnrled ubtorltneuHn HiIh uiurkol. al vaty rK very '.'ifdy should try "Our Own Make" of Hoop. Srrrw aUure&r.