144- A SOUTH-COAST_COCKTAIL. S. D. [The recipe for this drink \\'as given to the autho1 by Lieut.-Commanuer Fcsting, R.1\., H .:'11.S.---, South-West Coast of Africa, 1883.] Take a soda-\\'atcr glass a nd half fi ll with ti ne chipped ice; put in a teas poonful of powdered sugar, half a teaspoonful of Angostura bitters, a teaspoonful of cu ra~oa; .squeeze half a lemon in ; add one and a half wme-glassful of old Scotch whiskey; then fi ll up the glass with soda water, after which take a swizzle stick, a nd swizzle well until you obtain a froth on top, then pour out into wine glasses. This decoction would be sufficient for three or four persons. 145-SPANISH DEL.IG llT. r.. D. Take half.pint tumbler; put in a teaspoonful of powdered sugar and a new laid egg ; add half liqueur-glassful of curac;oa and a glass of port ";nc ; sha ke well, and serve \\'ilh straws. S. D. Take a thi n, long liqueur glass; put in eqnal q uantiti1:s of red noyeau, maraschino, yello\\' cha r– treuse, green curac;oa, and brandy in the order given, and you will sec stripes in the glass. When you ha \·e drunk the compound, look up to the ky and yo,1 will sec stars. q1-STO::\E FE:\CE. L. D. FiU a t umbler with chipped ice; put in ha lf a. tea.spoonful of powdered sugar; squeeze haH a lemon in ; acid half glassfu l of Bourbon \\'hiskey ; then fill up the tumbler with J ersey cider; ~Cr\' e with straws, a nd ornament with fruits in season. 146-STARS A:\D STHIPES.