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FULLY REALIZEO (Continued from Flrst Pdge.) Unlted Stnlcs Senator Btepben li. Elklus, nnd gruiiddaiighlor or the Demoerntlc Vlce-presldtiillnl nomliiee, Hon. Henry O. Davis. Miss ElkliiB, wlio Is an cx cepllunnlly pretty young womnn, rodo ln thn hunt club contest, and waa greatly n.lmlrctl, hot only for her beauty, but fon her slilendld horsctiiinishlp. Thp trlo, ot whom she wuh one, reeolvcd tho red ilbbon ln thls clnss, and ln tho oplnlon ot iiuiny should hnvo had the bluo, had peftoifunfice nione eotinlerti Tbe Phow Itself prescnlod n varlety ot clnsscs thut wns well uilcnlatccl to in? terest ulinost nny one. Tho very finest fitddlors and tbo chnmplon g'B horso of the coiintly. the flnest rnnd four ln 'bo Phow biislnens and the greatCHt Geld Ot liiiiilers ever shown horc, wero in tlio rlng lnst nlght. In tbe hunter classes Iho Ijcrformnrices of tlio horses wero inr etiperlor to those of Tucsday night, the jumj.lng belng limisiiiilly flne. Tho crowd last nlght showed Its partlsaliry by cheer Ing lls favorltes whcnover tliey passed ihe ndhcrents of the fuvorod exhlbltor. There were some whlch won urilversul favor strlctly on thelr merlts, hov, uver. ' Thls wns notably true of Rosebory. thn t.-liuniplon glg horse, nnd of tho Grosvc Ji6r fouf, handlcd no siiperbly by Don nelly. After the bluo had been tilnncd un the roan rjuarlctlo, Mr. Donnelly gavo an exhlbitlon of drlvlng a four thnt orouscd tbo grealest udmlrntlon and en thiiBlasm. As he plloted the team In nnd OUt und turned them swlftly In their own length, without tho sllghtest effort or cxertlon, the crowd applaudcd agaln and ngnln, and there was general regrct as Ihe tenm look the gnte, Donnelly sat like a Rtatuc, mantpulatlng the roins wlth ' oiio hand nnd hnndllng tho horses with the ulinost grnco and cusc. Mr. Smlth, wlth tho Dunlop four, Iricludln. hls new leaders, handled hls team well, but wns not ln the class of Post Boy, Pa rade, Travcler nnd Trumpetcr. The Grosvenor slnblfc dld not show Its bays ln thls class, nor dld Mr. West have a team ln. Rosebery Always First. ln the class for sltigle harness horses over flflften liands, three Inches, Rose? bery hud no reul conipetltpr for the blue ribbon. Thls champion, unlK-nten In com p.tltlon. nnywliere, simply walked u'way v.-lthjlrst money, leavlng the otber en-. trles to flght it out for second nnd thlrd. Sultnn, a handsome bay of the Grosvenor strlng, captured the red rlbbon, whlle Mr. Dunlop's Chestt-r wns glven the yel? low, and Miss Holloway's Flcurctte won the rlbbon. The saddle clns? for ladles wan one of the most popular features of the pro graihme. A more brllliant fleld of Indlcs' Hrtddlcrs hns never been shown hen_ bo fore, nor a finer clnss of rlders. Te trleum, the chnmplon of last year, owned nnd rldden Mrs: Grosvenor, could do no .better thnn'-thlrd In such company, but Iho bluo rlbbon'went lo hls stable mate, Cbrlnne, n beautlful chestnut mare, rld? den by her owner. Mrs. Grosvenor. Robin Adalr, champion of 1992, wns not placed, iilthougli siiperbly rldden by that most popular und grnceful liorscvvonian. Mrs.' Blalr Johnson. The most popular horse In thls class nnd tho favorlte of the crowd was Mrs. Allen Potts's thoroughbred brown mare, Brllliant, wlnner of four leeu blue rlbbonB nnd mnny reds dur? ing the past KSusori, Mrs. Potts's horse v,*_s glven Ihoj-red rl'ubon.'unil the re Ktilt was cntliusl_sllcally received, though miiny of her frlends thought she should have had tbe blue. ln the class for Alrglnln horse and run about, D. F. Coleman's Frederlcksburg lior.?e, Rlchmond Boy, wlnner o" a blue on' Ttiesday night, agaln captured flrst honors. The horso was admlrably handlcd hy Mr. Donnelly of the Grosvenor stables. Mr. Brah'ch's Hellotrope was given the red rlbbon. and Mr. Granl's O. R. Ford, won tho yellow. Zig-Zag Blue Ribboner. Tho exhlbitlon of ponles over the jumps was, as usual, a popular leature nnd brought out several flne performers. Master Selden's Jilg-Zag, a wlnner In thls e nss last year, ugnin captured the blue rlbbon, whlle Mnster II. C. Beatllc car? ried oir the red with.hls AVhlte Snuail. Tho cIusm for hunt teams prosented ihe prcttlest spectaclo of the evenlng. Twelve siiperb rltlcrs, mounted on the plck of tlio hunters nt the show, the rlders In hunt colors nnd wlth perfect appolnt inents, made a pretty array, and thelr pdrformn'nce.s were ln no respect d's nppolntlng.' .Mr. Courtlund Smlth's Up tb-date, Chnpplc- Lee nnd Ogor.qultt. rld? den by Mr. Smlth and hls two wlilps, won 11iq blue, whlle hls second trlo, Garnett Rlpplo, rp-to-D:i1o nnd Lucy SuUierland, rldden by ladles, won thn red. Mr. and M.'ss Ifollnway nnd Miss Savugo, rldlng Huck, Jack Frost nnd C'harlty, und rep resehtlng tbe AVostcheslc'r hunt, wero glven the yellow rlbbon, The vlctory of Messrs. Bryan nnd Beattlo on tlinlr favorlte hunters, Eltvn tor and Deep Run, ln tlie clnss for hunters' palrs was u popular one. Altoona, Pa., Juiie 20, 1903. I was afllicted with Tetter iu bad shape. It would appear in blotches as large as iny hand, a yellowi.li color, and scale off. You can imagine how oflcnsive it was. lfor twelve years I was afllicted with thi_ trouble. At night it wasn case of r.cratch nnd liiatry times 110 rest at nll. Seeiugthe jfood the medicine was doing a friend who was taking it for F.c.-.ema, I com mcuced it, and ns a result the eruption be? gan to dry up and disanpear, and to-day 1 am practically a well man. Only two tiny spots are left on the elbow and shin, where once the whol. body was affected. I have every confidence in the medicine, aud feel sure that in a short time these two reinaining spots will disanpear. S, S. S, is certainly a great blood puri fier, and has done me a world of good. I am gratcful for what it has accom plished, and trust that whnt I have said will lead others who are sitnilarly afllict? ed to take the reniedy and obtain the iatne good results that I have, 125 East Fifth Ave. John F, I<KAR. While washes, soaps, salves and powders relieve teinporarily, they do not reach the real cause of the disease. The blood must be purified before the cure is permanent. tS.S.S. contains no potash, arseuie or min eral of any descriptiou, but is guaranteed purely vegetable. .end for our book 011 the skiu and ita diseases, which is tuailed free. Our' physicians will cheerfully advise without charge any who write us _ about theircase. Iba .wlil Speoido ftoip-oy, Atlanta, 6a. eral of any descriptiou, sss Fourth Annual Exhlbltlon Richmond Horse Show Associatioh Richmond, Va. October 18,19,20,21,22 Special Saturday Matinee. Night Exhibitlons, 8:00 P. M. to 11:00 P. M. Saturday Matinee, 2:00 P. M. to 5:00 P.M. Reserved Seats, $1.50 and $1 General Admission, SOc. Superb Equine Exhlbltlon. Special Performance by Troop C, 7th U. S. Cavalry. Mr. Beattle'B fall and hls plucky rc mountlng dld tnuch to mnko the award more popular even than the merlts of the horses would have done. Mr, and Mlsa Holloway, two of tho flnest rlders ever seen here. won both the red and the yellow ribbons In thls clnss, with Buck nnd uck Krost, Free Lnnce and Fleu rctte, whllo Mr. C. H, Smlth's pnlrs of hunters were glven the white ribbon. The evcnlng's perfonnnnce closed* w-lth another fine oxhlbltlon by the cavalry, the soldlers ncqulltlnB thomselves hand somely ln thelr dlfficult feats of horse mnnshlp, and plenslng ihe crowd tho roughly. Thls feature of the programme. was a great popular hlt. DETAILED STORY. Ringside Account of Last Night's Events Graphically Told. Agaln, promptly at S o'clock, the gates opened nnd horses In harness. 15 hands and not oxceedlng lo hands 3" inches were called into the rlng. Conformation aud quallty counted flfty per cent., and nc tlon nnd style of golng counted flfty per cent. Only three entries showed In the class, and there could be no doubt In the mlnds of ,any onlooker thnt the Grosvenor entry, Little Boy Blue and Little Jack Homer, hnd the other.s nt thelr mercy. Tlie Pn'r was well shown before a phaeton b|- Jack Donally, and so far outclassed the other candldates that the Judges dld not send them but to drl\-e off. Mr. AA'est drove n showy palr of old Richmond favorites, Town Topfcs and Sportlng Extra, and Mr. George Cole Scott, ln gala attire, drove a steady 'solng palr belonglng to Mr. Alexnnder Hamllton. of Petersburg. Blue went to the Grosvenor stables. Red wns pluned to Mr. Hamllton.'s palr. and Mfssrs. Bresee & AVest hnd the yellow. Mr. George Cole Scott showed Mr. Hnmllton's extremely well, and I can see that tho experlence of the rlng is all he Incks to make a whlp of the flrst rank. Mrs. Grosvenor has been offered nnd has declined $13,000 for her prize wlnning pnrk four of bnys. The four ls made up of Little Boy Blue nnd Jack Homer ns Ieaders, and Sultan and Khedlve. as wheelers. Jack Donally expects to wln out ln tho G-arden with thls entry. The clnss for Vlrglnla runabout horses wns next ciilled. Horse counted slxty per cent.. nnd runabout forty per cent. lu ileter'nilnlng th eawnrd. Slx entries hnd n try for honors. and the clnss was hot. Donally showed Richmond Boy beforo a well bullt runabout, the best looklng one. ln. the class. The fnct ls thnt one of the slx vehlcles in the class, supposed to bc ruuabouts, there were only two that ?'Brilliant" Red Ribboner in a High Class. were wllhln the deriultloii. ? I notlced thnt only ono horse wns properly bltted. Donally drove ono elbow blt nnd tho others cnrrled buckstones,' whloh ls cn tlroly wrong ln a runabout class. ' , Mr, John 1C. Branch, ndorned by a very lui-Kii Ulc drove hls good maro Hello* Irope., .Alr. John Thoinns Andcrson's iTinnbout hnd ono lump llt uud one lnmp dnrk, | fancy ho thought he would be bnlf rlg|it In any event. Blue .went to Richmond Boy, drlven hy Jack Donally. Red went lo Mr. Gi'nnl''.s O. II. Ford. and Mr. Biuilop's Venture took lnst honors. The wlnner ln this clnss belongs to a Avell kunwn -irlest. Father Coloman, of Fredoilcltsbiirg. Tlio horso will, after th!* show, he piifchnsed by Donally and taken north. Thls tells tho story of his worth, Pirotest Is Enteied. By tho way, Messrs. Bresoo ? & Wrst's entries have beeu protcsted iu the Vlr? glnla 'clnsses. Mr. Grunl,, tho owner of "O R. Ford," hns formully protested lu_ writlng, and upon tho':grounds lhat tho Brcseo & West entries nro not from Vlrglnla, nnd not, therefore, ellglble for Virginia clnsses. Ono of the si-ghts of tbo show is "Tlio Men ln Whlto." Slx whlto mon ln whlU' duek sults come Into tho r.-ng nfler every glosa an- rafce tm tWrtW_i fceepl*-* -""?<* to tho muslc. Tho Northcrn Judges say that lt's unlque. . Harness horses over flfteen hands three inches .fljrought out the entlre entry, amongst them the great Rosebery, from t.he Grosvenor stables. Thls horse Is per? haps the grontest glg horse of hls day. Ho wivs bred in Mlchlgan and sold to Mrs. Grosvenor by Frlss, Dorr and Carroll. Rosebery has grand action and wny of golng, combined wlth speed and flnlsh. Mr. Carter's Squedunk and Glen Vyn Caught in a Practice Jump. Hls conformation can scarcely he cxcelled, and I have never seen a moro snperb front plece on a horse. Altogether, he ls a plcture, and I take off my. hat to hlm. Thls clnss wns Rosebery and some others. Blue went to Rosebery, nnd round afler round of applause greeted the declslon. Sultan, the other Grosvenor -entry, took second place. Yellow went to Chcster, Mr. Dunlop's entry. Messrs. Bresee and AVest's Kvenlng News avus content. Avith AVhlte. 1 nsked Jake Anderson why hls Mornlng Glory dld not act better ln the. runabout clnss. Hls nnswer was charactorlstle: "Horses are like men; they havo thelr nl-hts off." Mr. John Thomas Anderson ls n hero, nnd the audlence of last nlght owe hlm thelr thanks. About 9 o'clock last nlght Mr. Anderson was| called to the 'phone nnd told of the flro down town. The chlef of tho lire department informed hlm that tlio electrlc Avires wero nearly down, nnd but ono pole stood betAveen llght nnd (iarknosfi for the Horso Show buildlng. Mr. Andornon slniply snlil: "J'ut nn englne on the pole nnd 1*11 stnnd ?.U' exjiense." Tho llslits dld not ko out. ? The clnss for Iniiles' park bn.eks brought out the best lot thnt hns yet' boen shown beforo the Judges. lt wns tho b?st park lioek clnss thnt hns ever been shown ln Vlrgln'n, for evory slnglo entry Avns a hlur ribbon wlnner over nnd o\-er ngaln. Mrs. Cnisvoiior rode lioth I'ntroUrum.nnd C'orliine. Mrs. Allen Potts rodo her threo. vcnr-ohl Brilliant, Mrs. Blalr Johnson rodo tho well known Bobln Adalr. Miss Mollowny rodo Fleurelte, nnd Miss Dnnei rodo Dr. Shlr.ley Cnrter's Vlndlcatloii. Tho i-roAvd wntchcd tho clnss wlth Ihe -reatest Interest, nnd nn nlr of pxoltemeut huiic about tho buildlng, for tho" doelslo,, |g probnbly the- most lmportant to ?>> ^j/orses 'avoi-o shown nt walk, trot nnd cantor. I notlced that some well mcanlng per* son at the rlng slde "elnick." to the 'horsea, Thls ls fatal. . Mnny a horse golng quletly has lost a ribbon because a well wlshlng frjenrt "chucl-od" from bc eldc the rlntt. Don't do lt.. Mrs. Grosvenor rodo both Corljine nnd Poti'oleuni splendldly, nnd the crowd. was qulek to sluiAV lts nppreelntlan, Lnst yeur t^troleuw won .ha-jdii <Jvw& aujj.lat-r. ! won nl the Onrden, but I cannot but I pen my fnlth to hls stable-rnnto, Corlnne. Hobin Adalr showed well,. ns be always does, and there nro few who can show a park hack as can Mrs. Johnson. Corinne Wins the Blue. Miss Holloway'. Fleurette.; has v.-ou blue. nfter bluo nt lbe.nl shows. Tbe mnre wns bred at AVestbrnnk. tbe home of tho late Major Glntcr, nnd was .chbot* id ns a hunter by Mr. Bentlle. The dn.is wn.i so close thnt the judges nsked fnr nn .extenslon of tlme lu order to better determlno tho nwnrd. Blue' wont, amld wlld fl.hp1.__C, to Co? rlnne, rldden W Mrs. Grosvenor. The mare ls n ploture, .nd too much cnnnot bo said both regnrdlng her finlsh nnd ppr formance. Red weht to Mrs. All.l) Potts's Brllllnnt, a Ihree-year-old, or prnml.c. brnd,- at Castle Hlll. nnd has wnn fourtceii blues this pnst season. A'ellow went to Pctrolenm. the grest blnck geldlng. and whlto to Fleurclte, ridden by Miss Hollo? way. Mr. Fred AA". Scott has purchnsed of Mra. Allen Potls tbe brown heavywclght hunter Splnster. The prlce was a long one, The excttement of tho evenlng came wlth the class for road fours. Jnck Don? nelly had just entered tho rlng behlnd tbo fnmous roan fours>of Mrs. Grosvenor, when tho crowd heard the sound of trou? ble at tho entrnnce gntn. Mr. Davld Dunlop's four, drlven by Mr.' courtland Bmlth, was havlng trouble. Hls leaders reared and Mr. Smlth hnd dlfflculty In geltlng them Into the rlng. AVhen thoy dld come, tliey enmo wlth a rusli, and ln a mlntrto the off leader was on ground, wlth tho other leader on top of hlm. There wns confuslon for a mlnute, but as nclther bones nor harness wero broken. Mr. Smlth soon stralghtened the four out and toek them around the rlng. He received a burst of a?p1ause>. Mr. George Colo Scott turned out like a sportsman, and hls guard played evcry thlng on the conch horn from AVngner to Pinafore. Mr. Scott hlnmelf had evldent ly made a qulck ehango ln apparel. A large whlte stove plpo hat wlth a funeral ; band adorncd hls top and the plalds on hls walstcoat looked like tlles. A flower of great magnltude almost hl_ hls coun tenance. The whole was flne. Mrs. Grosvenor's roans were In a class by them_-lves, and a better broke team never enme Into an arena. Blue went ln a walk to Mrs. Grosvenor's roans. Red to Mr. Dunlop's team of bays, and yelr low to Mr. Scott'ti mixed four. After tho class, Jack Donnelly gave an exhl? bitlon drlve behlnd tho wlnning four. The four dld stunts of every sort nnd descrip? tiou, and the crowd llked it, Once the team was turned ln its own length. Jack Donnelly can drlve. even Lynchburg will saA"- that much for dilm. He Is qulet and drives in exceilent form, and dcserved all the enthusiastic applause that greet? ed his work. Tlie leaders of -Mr. Dunlop's conch that gave all the trouble nre a recent purchase. lt Is said that Mr. Dunlop gave five thou? sand dollars for the palr ln New York on Monday and brought them hero by ex press. - ? Hunt Team Class. Tho Hunt Team class brought out four teams of whleh Cameron Run Hunt en? tered two. Mr. Smlth rode wlth hls two whlps. Golngs and Harrlson ns llrst team. Mrs. Smlth, Miss Skelton nnd Miss Flklns, daughter of Senator Elklns and graiiddaughter of the D"inocratlc noml nee for the vlce-prenldency, made up the Cameron Run second team. Miss Hollo? way! Mrs; Holloway nnd Mr. Savnge rode for AA'-stohester, nnd Mrs. Jolinsbn. Mr. Osborne and Mr. Syd'ior rode for Oransje Hunt.- Jumplng only eounted -?0 per cent. ln tlie clnss nntl quality and iippdlntmcnis eounted 00 per enit. In a word the up pc-arance of the horse und rlder counlcl more thun the Jumplng. Probably tne best nppolnted team was Camerim Hunt. Xo. 2?rthe ladles' team. They rode thre, thoroughbreds and In hunt colors. Miss Holloway.'s VJam rode horses of great power. all of them welght eairiers. Wfstchester went first. Mr. Holloway went clean on Buck; Mr. Savnge went clear; with but one rap: Ml.-s llollowny rode clear on Jnck Frost; Cameron Hunt, men team. wore next. If You Should hnppen to llml you are short oit tho rlght kind of Suit or Over coat for evenlng or day wenr drop lu here and get one. Thn wny |h h'nwn fjeon for the most cnrefiil biiyer. Sulto and Top Coats, $10,00 to $25.00 Full Dress Suits, Tuxedo Suits, Cravenette Coats. Evvrylhlng handy for sunny or ralny days, r~n i i ~ "-S^'" '.? ? Wright # Woodall, 7 E. ih'oiul Street, Jhalhimer's. Jhalhimer's. Jhalhimer's. Brown Dress Goods to Meet the Popular Demand. We have just received and piaced on our counters a full line of the latest effects in Brown Dress Goods. ranging in price from 25c to S2.00 per yard. Mr. Courtland Smlth went clenn on t*p to-Dntp; Harrison, flrst whlp, on Chap* ple Lee went clean; Golngs, second whlp, on Oqerqtilt rapped fore nnd aft, Cameron Hunt, ladies' team, were third. Mrs. Smlth rode Gnrrette Rlpplo, wlth ono refusnl, othepvlso clean; Miss Skelton rode Lucy Hitltherlnnd. clean: Miss Elk lngs rode Tlp Top, wlth ono llght rap be? hlnd. Orange Hunt were lnst.. Mrs. Blalr Johnson rode Arellght wlth two raps: Mr. Osborno rode. Nancy Lee. clean; Mr. Syd nor rode Llly Day, clean. Tho class was agood one nnd the crowd enjoyed lt. The award went to Cnmoron Run, men. Red Avent to Cameron Run. ladies. Yellow to Westehester and whlto to Orange. Ponies over the Jumps was the next event. Thls Clnsn brought: put. Aurora r. 14 hand pony wlth a record of 6 feet 1 Inch. Flrst o\'er the Jumps came Zlg Zng. rldden by Mastor Seldcn. He mnde n coil ple of raps over. tho three-foot Jumps. Master Beattle rodo White Squab, wlth two raps. ?Master Rogers rode Bobelle, made n great performnncc, out hnd one bad rap Master Beattle on Aurora, knocked down the rnlls. Mnster Benttle on Dalsy, was down and out. on rcfusals, and tbe crowd yf 11 ed. Pony classes tnko nnd the show would do .well to add moreof them to the classes. > Blue went to Master Selden's Zlg Zng. Red to Master Beattie's White Squab. Yellow to Bobelle and Avhlte to Aurora, the property of C. H.- Smlth. Mr. Smlth told me that hls blg whecler cnused the accldent'ln the rondfoiir. He elnhns that the Buckstone blt cnught In the pole chalns, The class for palr of hunters concluded the clnsses for the evenlng. . Horses and rlder over the jumps abroast, and p'er formance only counts. Tho 'way: the horses go, the evenness of Iho jumps nnd the pace all count. .Alr. Thomns N. 'Cnrter.'s palr had ono rap only. They made an excellent per formnnee. ' Mr. Tnylor's pat'r hnd but one rap. Mr. Smlth and' Mr. Evaris rode with ono rap. Mr. nnd Miss Holloway made a clear pcrformance.. and won heat'ty upplnuse. Both Mr. and Miss Holloway nre in tho "O. R. Ford," a Ribboner Last Night. flrst rnnk. nnd thelr lidlng ls n revelu tlon to tlio pulille, Mr. Pnynb's palr went well wlth two raps. ',., , , ., ..,:'. Alr. Jolm Stewurt Bryan's pnlr. wlth Alr. .Ilryaii ori KleytitOL niul Mr."* Beattlo on Deep Run, mnde ri clenn perfoniinneo nf u sensatlonnl iinture. The horses went niiB-lutely together, nnd lt looks like tt, blue. Alr, Rinitli's. pnlr. Clinpplo Lee und Oi|iic|(|iilt./went well. Mr, Holloway and Alr. Savn.b, on Freelniiee nnd f'horlly, inade n groat clear performnnce. Alr. Osborno and Allss Skelton. on Arary Leo nnd Llly Day, went clear und ln gootl stylo. Alr. Hiulth nnd Alr. Hogors. on V\i*\o* Dnte und lled Ruvon, went i-lenr ln ex* cellent stylo. ? Tho 'class was simply hot, nnd w? ono could u?U where tlio 'ribbons would go, Tho crowd weiit ,wild, und tho buikllnk echoed wlth'npplnuse. Thls is tho best Jumplng clnss yot .liuwn. tor tho horsos nro golng in thelr obl form. Alr. Sydon nnd Mr. Osborne. on Dodo and Frltz, made n-falr performanco. Mr. Beattlo hnd a fall on tho trun ln tlio pnlr clnss, but It wns of no con Herinonci-, for Alr. Beattlo wus ln Iho BtiUdJe ulinost beforo thn iinrse wns up. Alr. John Ktowart Brytin rodo hls great grvy gciauigi Kievuiofi by Wm\M A Local Carriage Dealer having mado iho mlstake of huyln-? a lot of flrst-clnsn vehlcles when hls trndc only cnlls for mlddle grade nnd cheap Avork. has requested me to make dlsposllloii of thla liest. grndo nt cost and helow. t have agreed to try my hnnd at selling thls work, nnd to thls end hnvo rcnted'buildlng 3CI West Broad Street. I wlll handle thls work only .so long ns r am heve, lt belng- my" lntentlon to open up my reposltory. No. 40i AVest Broad. wlth a flrst-class. up-to-da.te lnt of A-ehicles nnd hnrness. You wlll flnd bnrgalns ln thlswnrk; ft Is strlct ly flr?t-olnss. fully wnrranted nnd of great varlety of stvlfs. J. A. Murphy. M-t Bluo went to Messrs. Bryan nnd Beat? tle, on Elovntor und Deep Run- Bed to Mr. and Miss Holloway, on Buck nnd Jack Frost; yellow to Mr. and Miss Hol? loway, and white to C. H. Smlth's palr. The show to-nlght wus great?the best Richmond hns ever seen. The. publlc npproclati'd thls nnd npplauded to the echo. , .,, Down went. the curtaln on the Horso Show. nnd the soldler boys took tho rlng and tho crovvd. Mr. Rodmond Stowart, of Baltlmoie, M F. H. Green Vnllcy Club. was n Judge ln the hunter nnd jumper clnss. nnd ncted most dcceptnbly, Mr. SlfMrt ? an nll-roun.l sportsman and ohaimhK fellow, deservedly popular and hignl> esteomcd wherever ho ls known. Last Night's Summary. The sumnry for lnst nlght is appended: Clnss 7. pairs of horses over ln hon-a nnd not excecdlng 15 hands, 8 IncheB-airs. J B M Grosvenor's Llttlo Boy Blue, b. g, and'Jack Horner, b. g., tlnli Mr. Alexander Hamllton's Tom. h. _.,. n??J Harry, b. g., second; Bresee nnd Wests Town Toplcs. b. m., aud Bportlng Lxtrn, b m., third. Clnss *10, Vlrglnla horso nnd runabout. horse to count 00 nnd runabout 40 por cent.-D. F. Colemnn's Richmond Boy. ch g? first; Mr. J. Kerr Brnnch's Hello trope. ch. m.. second; Mr. J. H." Grnnts O R. Ford, b. g.. thirdi Mr. Davld Dun lop"s Venture, blk. g., ribbon. Horses ln hnrness. oxceedlng .15 hnndsl 3 inches, sh'oAvn to heavy C'.rt or four wheeler-Mrs J. B. M. arosvenor's Rose? bery, b. g., first; Mrs. J. B. M. Grosve nor's Sultan, b. g., second; Mr Davld Dunlop's Chnnter, b. g., third; Bresee and West's Evenlng News, b. S-. ribbon. Clnss 34. lndies' snddle horses, 11 hands. 3 Inches nnd over. ridden by ladies?Mrs. J B M. Grosvenor's C'.orlnne, ph. m,, flrst;' Mrs. Allen- Potts's Brilliant. b. iu., Becond; Mrs. J. B. M. Grosvenor's Pe? troleum, blk. g., third; Mr. S. J. Hollo way's Fleurette, b. m., ribbon. Clnss 16. rond four-ln-hnnds?Mrs, J. B, M. Grosvenor's Post Boy, Pnrn.de, Trave ler und Trumpeter, flrst; Mr.. Davld Dun? lop's four,,second; Mr. George Colo Scott's four, third. . Clnss 50 for hunt teams, three buntors each from. nny recognized hunt, rldlng in hunt colors?Cnmeron Run Team, No. 1, conslstlng of ITp-to-Date, b. g., ChlP plo Aee, br. g.. nnd ODgonquit, br. g., rldde'u by Mr. Smlth and Avhlps, flrst; Cnmeron Run Hunt, lio. 2, Garnett Rlp ple, b. g., Tip Top, b, g.. nnd Lucy Sutherland, b. m., second, ridden by Mrs. C. H. .Smlth, Miss Elklns and Miss Skep ton; Westohnster Hunt, Buck, ch. g? Jnek Frost, r. g., and Chnrlty, ch. m., ridden hy Mr. Holloway, Miss Hol lowny and Mr. Snvuge, third; Ornngo County Hunt, Arcllght, oh, g., Nuncy Lee, br. tn., und Lily Dny, r. m., fourth, , ridden by Mrs. Blalr Johnson, Messrs. Osborne nnd Sydnor, Class 23, poules over Jumps?Zlg Zaff. gr. g., ridden by Maslcr John Selden, flrst; AVhite Sriuull; wh. g.', rl.lilcn by II. C. Unnttlo, Jr.. second; Jlolu-tte, b. ni., own e.l by Roger Brotheis, thlrd; Aurorn, r. hx? oiviic-ii by (.'. IT. Smlth, fourth. Clnss !in, hunters nnd jumpers ln palrs? J. Stewart Brynn's Klevnt.ir, gi. g., nnd I). ('. ljenttle's Deep Run. 11. g-. fhst; Alr. S. ,1. llolloway's Fl'CO l.uncc, gr. g.. and Floiii-ftle, li. in., second; Alr. Hollo way's nnd Alrs. Dluterleh' Huck. ch g., nnd mn(e, thlrd; Alr, Courtland II. Smlth's palr, fourth. TO-NIGHl'rS~PROGRAM ME. Events of More Than Usual In? terest Included?One of the Best HORSKS IN HARNFSS, 8 TO S:l.i P. Al. Horse, over Ilftcen hands and not ex cecillng llfteon iinnds three Inches. Ilorte No. 1, Fxtra News, h. g., 0 yeurs, Brosee ,& West, naviits: No. ". Town Toplca, X>. in., rt yeurs, Rreac. _: \Srs-, agents: No. 3, Llttle Boy Blue, b, g, 15.2, b vears. Mrs. J. B. Al. Grosvenor; No. 4, Jack Horner, b. g., 15.2, ii yeurs, Alrs. .1, B. Al. Grosvenor. .... ROADSTHRS, 8:16 TO _;30'-p, At'. Pnlr of horses,'a yoars old nnd QV.r, to be shown to wagons. Palr No. 1, Aluud \Vllke.?. l.lly A\ hlte head, lllehard Brown Saunders: No. 2, Red Blrd. Rosalle &. 10. A. Saunders, Jr.; Nn. 3, l'riiic-ess Kugeriln, Wrnal Alald, Ld jiiuud A. Baunclvrs-, No. i. Joe, blk. ... U.3, 0 years, Alate. Dnvld Dunlop. PARK TENDEAIS, S:30 to 8:45 P. At. Tandem. the wheeler tb be over flfteen hands. one Inch. Prlzes: Flrst, .$100; secr, -md. $50: thlrd, $2r>; fourth. rlbbon. Palr No. 1. Tomahawk. b. g., 15.31-2, 7 years, O. R. Ford, b. g? lo.2, 7 years. Grant and Chrlstlan; No. 2, Chostor, b. g., 141.1. 5 years; Chlef. b. g., 1B.1. G ye.iis. Davld Dunlop; No. 3, Rarllum, b. g.. 15.1 1-2. 5 years; Mornlng Glory. 1_K. g . 15.21-2,' 8 years. Osborne nnd An?>rson; .. No.- 1,. Evenlng News, b. g.. -I years; Ex? tra. News. b. g., 6.years, Bresee & AA'est, agents; No. 5, Khedlve, b. g., 15.31-2, ti years; Llttle Boy Blue, h. g,, 15.2, 5 years. Mrs. J. B. Al. Grosvenor. PONY UNDER SADDLE; S:45 TO 51 P. Al. Ponles, -not exceedlng fourteen hands, one lnch, to be shown at a walk, trot ai-d cunter. Horse No. 1. Aurora. r. m., 14. 8 years, Courtland H. Smlth; No. 2. Edlth, blk. nnd w. m.. 11.3 3-4, II years, Master Frn.n els R. Pemberton; No. 3, Llzzlc. blk. and w. m.. 11.2 1-2, 8 years, Alnster John Cllt ford Pemberton: No. ?;, Ballnda. br. m? ?15 ln.. 8 vears, Nap. Lodor; No. 5. Lassie, br. m., fi'ii.in., 7 years, E. Strudwlck, Jr.; No. 6, Bobette, b. m., 13.2 1-2, 7 year*. Roger Bros. UN1CORN TEAAIS, 9 TO 9:20 P. AT. For tho best unlcorn team to be shown beforo un approprlate vehlcle. Prlzo: Handsome silver cup. Tenm No. 1. George Cole-Scott; No. 2; Extra News, Town Toplcs. SporUng Ex? tra, Breseo & AVest, agents; No. 3, Jack Horiier, Sultnn, Khedlve, Mrs. J. B. Al. Grosvenor; No. 4, Postboy, Parade, Trav eler, Alrs. J. B. AL Grosvenor. HUNTERS AND JUAIPING CLASS. Quallfied hunters must have been kept for htintlng purposes and have. been regu lnrly luintcd wlth a recognlzed hunt more than ono year, and a certlflcate,from the master of hounds must aocompuny entry.' Green hunters must not havo vbeen liunted wlth a recognlzed hunt-more than' one year beforo the date of entry, nor at any tlme nrlor to that year havo' been a llrst prlzo wlnner. as a hunter or Jurhper nt nny previous recognlzed horse show. The. mimlmum welght to be.,carried in ull tli.se classes wlll be 140' pounds. The prizes in the followlng classes,. unless otnerwlse stated, nre: Flrst, $100; second. $50; thlrd, $25; fourth, rlbbon. THOROUUHBRED HUNTER CLASS. 9:20 TO 9:50 P. Al. Open to all reglstered thoroughbreds quallfied or green hunters; conformatlon to count 50 and performanco 50 per cent. ' Horso No. 1, Fleurette, b. m., L.l, 0 years, S. J. Holloway; No. _.-.- Garnett Rlpnle, b. ?.', 10.1, aged. Courtland H. Smlth; No. :). Lucy Sutherland, b.. in., 15.3, 7 vears, Courtland H. Smlth: No. 4, Tip To'p, b. ? g., 15.3, aged, Courtland H. Smlth; No. 5, Colonel Hawkins, b. g;. lil.l. G yours, Courtland H. Smlth; No. ti. New Zealand, ch. g., UI, I years, Courtland H. Smith; No. 7. La Touralne, h. m., 15.2, 8 years; Courtland H. Smlth; No.-.8, Commonwealth, b. g.. 15.3, 5 years, Charles R. HoolT, Jr.; No. 9. Toraunt. b. g? 15.3, G yenrs. AV. AVIlbur Osborne; No. 10, ch. m., 1.52 1-2. Selden nnd Lnne; No. 11, Ethelene C, ch. m.. 15 8-4, 8 year., fci. B. Svdnor; No. 12, Deop Run, b. g., 10.5,. 8 years H. C. Beattle. ._ H'EAVYAVEIGHT HUNTERS, 9:50 TO 10:20 P. Al. Qimlifled hc-nvywelght hunters; icou forni.Uon to count 2.1 nnd performunc. li per cent. Horse No. 1, Jack-Frost. r. g., 16-3, . years, Charles R. Hooff, Jr.;.No. 8, Deep ch. g., vears. S. J'. Holloway: No. 3, Gar? nett RIpple, b.'g., 16-1, nged. Courtlnnd H. Smlth; No. -1, Up-to-Date, b, g., 10-1, aged, Courtland H. Smlth; No. 5, Bencon, ch. g., 1.-1, 4 yeurs, Courtland II. Smlth; No. 6.. Oguiifiult, br. g.. 10-1, 0 yonrs, Courtlnnd, II. Sin'th: No. 7, C'harlty. ch. m., 10-1, 8 years, Charles R.' llnff, Jr.; No. 8. Deep Run, h. g? 10-3, S yenrs.- II. C. Beattle; No. 9. Grey Rock. gr. g,. 16. 8 yenrs. Roh ert Al. Taylor; No. 10, Elevator.. gr. g.. 17, ugod, John Stewart Bryan. CORINTHIAN CLASS, 10:20 TO 10:50 P. Al. Corliithlnii Clnss?Open to nll hunters. Horses must bo rldden by members of some recognlzed hunt club In hunt 'col? ors. llursp No. 1. Freolaiieo, gr. g.. 10-3, 8 vciirs, S. J. Holloway; No, 2, Jack Frost, r, g., 1G-3, 8 yenrs. S. J. Holloway; No. 3. Fleurette, b. m.,'15 1. 0 years, S. J. Hollo wuv; Nn. I. Ullzznrd, ch. g.. 16-1, 7 ye.-irii, S, J. Holloway: No. 5, Btick. ch. g.. 15-2. nged, Alrs. A. K. Dlotrlch; No. 6, Gnrnett Rlpplft, I.. g.. 10-1, nged. Courtland II. Sill'th; No. 7, Lucy Sutherland. b. m., 15-3. . 7 yeurs. t'liiirtland II. Smlth; No. S, Oliap ple Lee. br. g.. 10-!1,' 8-years,- Courtlnnd .".. Smlth; Nn. 9, Tip Top,-b. g.. 15-3. nged. Coiirthiul II. Smlth:'No. 10, Up-to-Date. b, g., 1(5-1. nged. t'ourtlniul 11. Smlth; No. II Topiiz, ch, g? 10-1,,8 years, Courtland II. Smlth: No. 12. Bencon, ,t-b. g.. 16-1, 4 yenrs, Courtland H. Smlth; No. 13. Ogun iiult, br. g-> 10-1. 0 yenrs. Courtland II. Srnlth; No. 14, La Toiira'ne, h. m., 15-2, 8 yeurs, Courtland H. Smlth; No. 15. Chnr Ity, ch. 111.. 10-1, S yenrs. Charles R. Iloff. Jr.; Nn. 10. Conimoiiwoalth, h, g., 15-3, fi ve.'irs. Chnrles R. Hooff, Jr.: No. 17. Ntin'cy I-oe, br. m.. 6 yenrs, AV. AVIlbur Osborne; No. 18, Toraunt, b. g,. 1.1-3. 0 years, W, AV'lbur Osborne; No. 19, AVIlbur Dny, r. 111.. 15-3 1-2. 5 yeiirs, W. AVIlbur Osborne; No. 20. Klng Dodo, ch. g.. 10. 5 years, R. B. Sythior: No. 21. Ethelene C? ch, m., IJi 3-1. S yeurs. E, B, Sydnor; Nll, 22. Arollght, ch. g? 15-3, 5 yenrs, Alrs. Bla.'r Jniinsnii: No. 23, Grey Rock, gr. g? 10. S yenrs, Bohert Al. Tnylor; No, 24, Ele? vator, gr. g.. 17, nged. J. Stewnrt Bryan; No. -Ti, Red Raven. b. g.. 10-1. 5 yenrs, Rogor Brolhers; No. 20, Tlie Hmvtltl. b, g.. 10 1-1, 6 yeurs, Brosoe nnd AVest, ?igents. A JUDICIOU8 INQUIRY. A woll known travellng tirtn who vlslts Uie drug trade says ho has often hoard drugglsts Inqulre of customers who asked fur 11 cotigh medicine, whether It wns wanted for a chlld or for an adult. and lf for a chlld they almost Invarlably re e'liiniiuuid Chnmberlnln's Cinndi Remo dy. The rensou for thls 's thnt the.v know thero Ih 110 danger from lt arm tnut It always cures. There ls not the leasl: dnngor in glvlng lt, and for cnu_h>, coblt und crou. It ls unsurn:?s-<*d. UPTON'S TEAS PRI2E WINNKRS. Alr. P. J. Archer, Southern r.presenta tlvo of Thomns J. Llpton, ten und coffoo plairtfr. has reeclvcd tiie followlng tele grani: _ "Just received omolal noslflcation ?t. Louls nwnrds hlghost pri.e for 1-1 .?'.-' . ten.s coffee -11"-' -cocoa. Gold mtdas iiw-.rdt-d .Uo Grapd Prize f?r onlatt tta_ "1'HOMAS J. USVQiW