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Brasserie Pushkin Menu

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Spirited Bride.
Spirited Bride. – A couple were going tobe married, and had proceeded as far as thechurch door; the gentleman then stopped hisintented bride,and thus unexpectedly addressed her; «Mydear Eliza, during our courtship I have told you the whole; when we aremarried, I shall insist upon three things.» «What are they?» asked thelady. « In the first place,» said the bridegroom, «I shall sleep alone, Ishall eat alone, and find fault when thereis no occasion, can you submitto these conditions?»«O yes sir, very easily,» was the reply, «for if you sleep alone, I shallnot, if you eat alone, I shall eat first; and as to your finding fault withoutoccasion, that I think may be prevented, for I will take care you shall neverwant an occasion.» –The conditions being thus adjusted, they proceeded tothe altar, and the ceremony was performed.
story from St. Lawrence Republican
VOL. I
 New York, March,
2012NO. 01
Publisher BRASSERIE PUSHKIN,NEW YORK, 41 West 57th StreetPRICE:
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Extraordinary discovery
Baltimore Gazettte
We have met with a singular article in a late number of the Journal de Smyrne,received at the office of the Baltimore Gazettte. It states that a most interestingdiscovery has recently been made in Moldavia which consists in extinguishing everykind of fire or conflagration by throwing chopped straw upon it. The agriculturalSociety of Brunn, on the 27th January last, made several experiments to test thetruth of the discovery, which were attended with complete success. It was foundthat on pouring into a fire grease, pitch, or spirits of wine, already burning in jars, and afterwards throwing chopped straw upon the whole, the fire was almostimmediately extinguished. The Society also caused a large fire to be made withstraw, billets of wood, paper and when the whole was well kindled, the fire wasextinguished in a moment by the same means as before. It is somewhat remarkablethat the chopped straw used in these experiments, so far from being consumedby the fire, was found, on the contrary, almost untouched, and could be used asecond time for the same purpose. A bar of iron heated red hot, and thrust intoa basket filled with chopped straw, not only failed to set the straw on fire, butbecame sensibly cool. A last trial consisted in putting into a heap of choppedstraw, some inches in depth, a bag of wheat, upon which was spread a quantityof gun-powder covered with sheets of paper, and then covering the heap withbundles of straw, which were set on fire in different places—after the straw wasentirely consumed and the ashes swept away, the chopped straw underneath wasfound untouched, and the bag with the powder and paper, was withdrawn fromthe heap without having been in the slightest degree affected by the fire.It is to be remarked that it is necessary to throw the chopped straw with someforce upon the flames, and to stir it afterwards, if possible.
Complimentary.
A Yankee and an English capitan, each in a schooner, tried their speedin Gibraltar bay, when our countryman beat John Bull all hollow. Theymet on shore the next day, and the Englishman swore he had neverbeen outsailed before: “Just like me”, said Jonathan, “for my Jeminanever beat nothing afore.”
Just a joke
Jim, you’ve been drinking? —What, me?No I haven’t, I’ve been looking on while another fellerwas drinking and it was too much for me.
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The Northern Pacific Excursion.
About 200 prominent men have accepted invitations to attend the cer-emonies in honor of the completion of the Northern Pacific railroad.The connecting rail between the two completed sections of the road willbe laid on September 8th, at a point about 50 miles west of Helena,Mont, in the valley of the Little Blackfoot river. Excursion trains con-taining the invited guests will leave New York and Philadelphia on the29th instant, via the New York Central, Erie, and Pennsylvania roads.General Grant, Secretary Lincoln, and Hon. William M. Evarts will beof the party. Mr. Evarts is to deliver the oration upon the occasion ofthe driving of the last spike. It is expected that the governors of all thestates and territories traversed by the Northern Pacific will be presentat the ceremonies; also, several members of Congress and two or threemembers of the English Parliament. The St. Paul and Minneapolispeople will give a banquet to the party on the evening go September3, at lake Minnetoka. After the exercises on the 8th, the excursionistswill proceed to Portland, Oregon, arriving there on the 11th. They willspend about ten days in visiting Puget sound, Victoria, B.C., and theWilliamette valley in Oregon. Those who return to New York will reachthere about September 30.
 
Foreign News
We learn on Extra Albany Eve. Journal that the Cambria arrivedat New York on Sunday last, bringing one week later news fromEurope.We see but very little of importance.– The French Elections havepassed quietly, although the usual cry of bribery and corruption israised by the minority.The news from other portions of the continent is exciting, and it isdifficult to give an opinion of the result.The Irish are getting pledges for Repeal, talking and swaggering overtheir intentions, but taking every precaution to keep out of the way ofdanger, while old John is watching their movements, club in hand.Spain and Portugal are trembling on the eve of a revolution.There has been another battle in Denmark. Hamburg, Baden andother cities are in a general muss; and to sum up, we think thereis more rowdyism than patriotism in the whole movement.
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A Jolly Red Nose.
A Jolly Red Nose — We never thought there was much jollity about ared nose, and having reflected a great deal on this subject, could neverdiscover any sufficient reason for the origin of this well known term,«a jolly red nose.» We never knew that it clevated the standing of anyone in society, that it was more useful in any way than other noses, or,that those possessing it were unusually agreable to themselves or others.The virtue of a nose is very great. Every one has read of the distinctivecharacteristics of the Roman nose, the Grecian nose, the Aquiline nose,the Pug nose, and all the most celebrated varieties of noses; but no onehas ever heard of any especial fitness for office in a red nose. They areespecially disagreable to flies, which buzz about, but never touch them.Even when asleep, they keep the musquitoes at bay, and this is perhapsone of their greatest advantages.
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It is said in one of the late English papers that a short time beforehis death, the young Napoleon wrote for himself the following epitaph,which is stamped with a more touching melancholy than could beconveyed in an inscription of ten times its length:Here lies the Son of the Great Napoleon:He was born King of Rome,And died a Colonel in the Austrian service.
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