Miss Hattie Buttrill and Mis Mamie Buttrill attend party.
GOSSIP OF SOCIETY. Id Bntertainiog Leap Tear Party 1b Jackson, GIVEN BY THE YOUNG LADIES. Events in Society That Will Interest the Readers of The Conati ons of the molt unique and enjoyable entertainments entertainments lately was the leap year party given by the young ladies of Jackson, tia., to the gallant young men of that city, for many days this event has kept the elite oit the qui vive. Leap year comes only too seldom, and of course the young ladles are justly entitled to all its privilege*. l'jK>n the eveumg of the 15th, various little cream tinted tinted missives floated through the frosty air, and soon these timid white doves found shelter and rest near the hearts— otherwise coat pockets— of the happy young men. At one of the popular hotels of the city - the Demusey |house— the boys were assembled assembled around the glowing fires, awaiting the arrival of the girls who so generously offered their At the iialatial tifully decorated with holly sprays; coral berries, mistletoe and pilms shone out richly against the marble - like walls, from every sprig of evergreen, over the pictures aud mirrors, the unwary ones ,,,>> U :e oi par These cards decided the lute of the couples for the ewiiinj, - . At intervals the famous Jackson band rilled the spacious mansion with sweetest music, lending an entrancing charm to the occasion. Hie parlors, halls and moonlit moonlit veranda were filled with beautiful women ami brave men. Of course the most important feature was the banquet spread l>v tiie vouug ladies in the spacious dining hall. Three 'large tables, whereon glittering sliver, suarkiins crystal and snowy damask gleamed in the bright licht. Pyramids of fruits and flowers towered gracefully, and there was served, every de'.icacv that heart could desire. This event will long be remembered as one of the brightest and happiest that has occurred in Jackson. One o'clock chimed ont on the evening breeie ere the guests began to disperse— repeatedly saying : "O, if it could only oo gone over again." Those present were: Miss Helen Rogers, ot Barnesville, with Mr. W. T. Null; Miss Emmie Cotton, with Mr. W alter Beck ; Miss Ella Pound, with Mr. E. S. Wvnn; Miss flattie Buttrill, with Mr. R. Lihe ridge ridge ; Miss E. Carmlcbael, with Rev. M. Duneau ; Miss Mamie Buttrill, with Mr. Thompson ; Miss Pearl t'arniichael, with Mr. Dillard; Miss M. J. Carmlcliaei, witn sir. E, u. nuson ; iiiss um