where belonging nothing her signs to record* thÂ« wortt ei Â· tl resemblance has the mourn the so the that that the -of for be a as to will Talking about compounders of drinks reminds me of the fact never before has the taste for drinks been so great as at present and new ideas, and new combinations Hro constantly being brought forward. It is but a short time that a mixture of whiskey, and bitters came into vogue. It went under various names-- Manhattan cocktail, Turf Club cocktail, Jockey Club cocktail. Bartenders at first were sorely puzzled what was wanted, when it was demanded. now they are fully cognizant of various aliases and no difficulty is encountered. At one of the hotels', famous for its bar. a new drink just been invented. It consists of brandy, a touch of bitters, a dash Maraschino a suspicion of lemon plenty of ice. They call it a - . cocktail and its invention is attributed to a well known hunting who in his moments oÂ£ leisure at Newport concocted it and on his return to tbe city confided tbe the head oartender of the hotel alluded to. It is an excellent appetizer end its inventor claims that an after dinner drink it cannot BUI passed since he hns found it and best aid to digestion he has partaken of.