83-JAVA PUNCH. S. D. Fill t umbler with chipped ice; put in half a tea– spoonful of powdered sugar, a t easpoonful of vanilla syrup; squeeze half a lemon in ; add a liqueur– glassful of brandy and t he same of rum; shake well a nd strain off, putting a slice of orange on top. 84- J ERSEY COCKTAIL. L . D. F ill half-pint t umbler with chipped ice; put in five or six drops of Angostura bitters, add ha lf a tea– spoonfu l of powdered suga r ; fill up the tumbll·r with cycler; place a piece of lemon peel on top, and srn ·e with straws. 1!5-JEHSEY CUP. L. D. Fill half-pint tumbler with chipped ice; put in a teaspoonful of powdered sugar ; squeeze half a lemon in ; add a teaspoonful of pine-apple syrup, ha lf wine-glassful of brandy ; fill up the balance with cyder ; ornament wit h frnit in season, a nd ~rn·e with straws. L . D. Fill ha lf-pint tumbler with chippec.l ice; put in a teaspoonful of powdered sugar; squeeze half a lemon in ; add half wine-glassful of Oki Tom gin ; fill up with soda-water; ornament wi th fntits in sea son, a nd serve with ~tr:i ws. 87-LEAVE lT TO l\IE. S. D. [This drink originated from the fact of ma ny people wishing to taste an American d rink, but rea lly not knowing which to choose.) Fill tumbll·r with chipped ice; put in half a tea– spoonful of powdered sugar; squeeze half a lemon in; acid a teaspoonful of raspberry syrup and one of maraschino; ha lf a wine-glassful of Old Tom gin : t hen s train off with a small pony tumbler , a nd place a slice of lemon on top. You will fi nd this a very pleasant l>evcrag~. s rr-·) 0 11)1 COLLl~S .