West Point. The cotillion party at Wright's hall last Thursday successes of the week. 6 Music was'fhrnlshed by Prof. James and lady, piano and violin, accompanied by cornet in the hands of car fellow - townsman, Lerby Harris. The coterie of ladies pre - seuted a picture of loveliness seldom surpassed on any occasion of the kind. Miss Pauline Long wore a b jcom:ng blaok silk with whlte^ehryaaatbamnms Carrie Craft looked quite jaunty in a o:nk color. ss Mary Craft, a blue surah. Mis* Miss £mma Hagador^alovely black Bertha Heyman, a stylish serge. Mrs. Jlmie Lee Bater, of Opelika, Invisible green tricot The gen others: W. D. Woodysxd, Lewellen Shingteer, Columbus, Mr. Dowdy, of Augusta; W. T. Sheppard, Baltimore; Henry dmlth, Hogansvllle; W. T. Hugn ley, Frank Lanier, Jr.. Novatus Barker, Phil Lanier, will Hagadorn, Fred Shaefer, Tom Barker, W. T. Cox, Isaac Frohsin, Lewis Mers, Lee Heyman, Levi Sheppard. Among the spectators and chaperons were Mrs. E. F. Lanier, Mrs. L. & Turner, Mrs. Rob Ciark. Mr. and Mrs. Cumby, Mrs. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johnson and pr. J. W. Griggs.