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Logansport Canal Telegraph (Newspaper) - October 22, 1836, Logansport, Indiana T k y i f Ltd it quot by Lasselle amp Dillon vol , Indiana satterday october 1836. No. I Coffee. Coffee is the seed Rontanini d in a Lipory the produce of a Mode irate sized tree Chi Ilid the 0 a a ii a a a of tue a. And which has also by it n named Jumi num Aru Bicum this tree arrows a acct with i sin Lestum to the height of Fram Eil Jet to twelve feet and has Lon if. Undivided slender branches bending downwards these arc furnished with every Reen leaves not unlike those of the Bay tree. The blossoms Are White sitting on Short foot stalks and resell Liny the Flower of the Jasmine. The fruit which succeeds is a red Berry resembling a Cherry and having a Pale insipid and somewhat Chitinous pulp enclosing two Izard Oval seeds each about the 8�zc of an Ordinary pea. One Side of the seed is convex while the other is Flat and has a Little straight Furrow inscribed through its longest dimension while growing the Flat sides of the seed Are toward each other. These seeds Are immediately covered by a cartilaginous membrane which has received the name of the parcel Imenit. Botanists have enumerated several Vari cities of this tree As existing in the Eastern and Western hemispheres. These varieties result from accidents of soil and climate and must live been produced subsequently to the naturalizing of the Plant in America since it is pretty certainly shown that All the co Fec Trees Chi rated there Are the progeny of one j Lant which so recently As the year 1714 was in seated by the magistrates of Amsterdam to Louis i v., King of France. This Plant was placed at under the care of tile celebrated quot Mons. De jus Sicu and it was not until some years after this that plants were conc cd to Suriname Cayenne and Martinico. Tie c cultivation must have afterwards spread pretty rapidly ii Ough the islands since in the Yeai �73� the prot Duclion of Collee was considered a to be of sufficient consequence in Jamaica t a Call for an act of the legislature in its favor. The use of Coll a As an alimentary infusion was known in Arabia Long before tie period just mentioned. All authorities agree in ascribing its introduction to Mega Leddin Mufti of Aden in Arabia Felix Olio Lead become acquainted with a tin Persia and had recourse to it medicinally when he returned to his own country. The Progress which it made was l y no Means rapid at first and it was not unti the year 15�31 that notice was publicly sold at constantinople. A soon after its introduction into the Ca ita t f Turke the ministers olt religion having made it tie us Lect of Soh in oni lii int Oliai the Nios Jucs were deserted while the coir re in Wise Walic crowded these Ian scr were shut a order of the Mullet. Olio employed tie police o it in City to prevent any one Wilri Natii col i .-.c. I Liis pro it was ini Possick to Eslait Siso to iat the Govi Rutm no Laid a lax upon the Sale of the beverage a Liili produced a considerable Revenue. The consumption of quot. is exre din ily great in Turkey Ami Liis fact in in be in a a i iii sure accounted or by tie strict Witch tie moslem religion lays Agif Insl. The use of Jiuu and so Iri Louii liquor. So Nee Sui j was Corice at of quot iii a to i iii quot .1 pm it i a t be be Ojito trial like icon al i a in i son aids Quai Ilii i a a lii a. I. the causes for a ili Vocco. Much Uncel Tinly or Vii will rep a is the first of Coli e into us via the Western parts of i Europe. The venetians Wiio traded much with the let Evanl were Pio Ilai the first to adopt its use. A letter written in 1015 from constantinople by Peter de la Valle a venetian acquaints his correspondent Vith the writer s intention of bringing Home to Italy some co fee which he Speaks of As an article unknown in his own country. Thirty at the close of autumn has loaded the Traci while still furnished with their full com Silimeni offo Ilage. The seeds Are known Tobe rip when the berries assume a dark red Colour and if not then gathered will drop from the Trees. The planters in Arabia do not Pluck the fruit hut place cloths for its reception beneath the Trees which they shake and the ripened berries drop readily. These Are afterwards spread upon Mats and exposed to the suit s rays until perfectly dry when the Husk is broken with arge heavy rollers made either of Wood or of Stone. The co fee thus cleared of its Husk is a gain dried tii roughly in the it May not lab i to heat when packed for shipment. I he method employed in the West India diff a is from this. Negroes Are sent to gather such of the berries As arc Sulficio cantly Ripe and for thir purpose Are provided each with a Canvas bag having an Iron ring or hoop at Iti Mouth to keep it always distended and this bag is Slung around the Nelt k so As to Leav both hands at lii Yerty. As often As the bar is filled the contents Are transferred to a Large Basket placed conveniently for the i is the usual calculation that each Bush it it i of Ripe berries will yield ten pounds weight Merchantable co fee. In curing coff a it is sometimes us Ual to expose the berries to the san s rays in layers tic or six inches deep on a Plain Nam. Quot by this Means the pulp i remmts in a few Days and iia ving thus thrown offa Strunc arid Ulous Volture dries gradually during about three weeks the husks Are afterwards separated from the seeds in a Mill. Other planters remove tie pulp from the seeds As soon As the berries Are gathered. The pulping Mill used for this purpose consists of a horizontal Ilutta. R roller turned by a Crank and acting against a move breast Hoard so placed As to Pic vent the it age of whole berries Between itself and taif roller. The pulp is then separated from the i eeds by washing them and the latter an spread out in the Sun to dry them. It is alien necessary to remove the Memoir Moons skin or Parchment which Isey pc cd by Means of heavy rollers running in a trough wherein tax seeds arc put. This Mill is worked by cattle. The seeds Are afterwards winnowed to the chair and if any amont Rolv m appear to have escaped he action of tin roller Thev Are again passed the Ouirl the Mill. The roasting of Wolfee for use is a process which re juices some nicety of bin Ned. Macli of the Fine aromatic a Avoir will he de toyed. And a Doss agreeable Hilter taste sch Titu eds the roasting is now usually Pei formed in a Lin tical vessel who h is Conlis Bially turn f upon its Axis Over the iii place. In quot order o n ton great Healin trof Iny one Arl and to a comply a i the continual shift Init of the con Lenis. Colfi a should never be kept for and l nth of time ask r in has been roasted Anil a iii uni never High ground until it is Leq tired of iii vision. Or some to Rizoti of its Fine flavor w l no diet pro it i. The uan Lily of Colt e consumed in Europe is ver great Llu Indio does images in at nearly one Hundred and Twenty millions of Pound Iliou Osif Lourah of Wirich is consumed Ranc. Since the Witri quot when this Lesii Tettat Ltd a a. As naive. A v isl Rucj ease has a in experience in the a i quot of Olfee in i Nghinh. This in a list Ocasi ouch by the very con it i lera Ile Abate m us made in the rate of Duy and lie pith to Asle has since been continually growing More ind Mon favourable to its consumption. Years after this some gentlemen returning from constantinople to Marseilles brought with them a Supply of this luxury together with the ves 9cls required for its preparation but it was not until lb7i that to get first House was opened in it Wjt City for the Sale of the prepared beverage. fee houses Date their origin in London from an earlier period. The first was opened to George Yard Street by one que a greek who was brought Over in 105-2 by a Turkey merchant named Edwards. The first mention of Coffey that occurs in our statute books is found in the act i3lh car. Ii. Cap. 24, in the year 1000, by which a duty of four Pence per gallon to be paid by the maker was imposed upon All Coffee made and sold three years after this Coffee houses were directed to be licensed by the magistrates at Quarter sessions. Coffee cannot be cultivated to advantage in climates where the temperature at any time descends below 55 degress of fahrenheit s a a Alu. The Trees flourish most in new soils on a a go it e slope where water will not Lodge a bout the roots. In exposed situations it is necessary to moderate the scorching heat of the 8un by planting rows of umbrage us Trees at Berthil interval throughout the Field. The tree begin bearing when they Are two Jears old in their third year they Are in full bearing. The aspect of a Coffee Plantation during the period of flowering which does not last longer than one or two Days is very Antei pm ting. In one night the blossoms Eitland. Enn selves so profusely As to present the same appearance which has a ome Titner been wit Memed in England when a casual Snow storm wowed Kutil of facts of plants that Are Higley null vicious under Cullari it ire useless and even poisonous when Gro Vin it i in their natural stale. The Apple is the in movement which culture has produced upon the wild Ackerb crab. The uncultivated is Sai Tobe poisonous in some parts of Asia. The cabbage is believed to have sprung from thu worthless Colwort. The potato is a smal bitter Root in its natural condition in the wild of Chili. Most of the plants which Furni food to Man Are multiplied in their products ind greatly improved in their Quality the subjected to culture. Every year brings to our notice so ii species hitherto useless who human Industry renders subservient to our wants. They Are prepared to our condition we must prepare them for our use. Industry and perseverance Are assured of their Reward and indolence May be sure of meeting the pen Alty incident to the disobey Ance Ofa reason Hie command. What a Beautiful lesson do these facts team the Young. Tie wild uncultured mind is like the wild crab wild potato or col Eworth comparatively useless or noxious cum Brance in society. Atid yet if brought under a Suita ble culture How useful useful to its possess i and useful like the plants to have spoke of to the family of Man. The ignorant self being who lives but for himself Niay lit fire Fly Emit a transient Light and is org like the fire Fly Emit a transient Ligpit and is forgotten he never realize s the Sublime pleasures that Are purchased by knowledge and efforts to t o Good. While tie Learned industrious Man a Preci ates the High duties he owes to society and actuated by an ardent desire to fulfil them confers blessings on his species and Liyin i of dead is the theme of gratitude and Praise the a population of 300 jews in Smyrna the ravages of the plague have Only left 300 alive the Philadelphia Instate Gaz itt gives he following account of general Harrison s a eco option in that Hant . Harrison. Saturday morning a deputation from the of figs of the City then it Irth Ern let Ilie lies and some other districts went Down in the Fialli ii Ore boat to me t a neral Harrison and con Luct him to quarters provided for him in this l ily. The Commilles from Ali huh Olphia Weic joined by a deputation on from Chester and another from i inning Lon Del. They proceed cd to Frencl town. The let oat for a Baltimore put Olf some time before that from Ballimore arrived. On Passig. Hearty Cimms were Given to the general and his company. When the arly arrived at new Castle the Baltimore commit lace of Twenty one surrendered the general to the c ire and hospitality of the Philadelph lilians in a very eloquent address or. Buchanan of Balli tin Orito we iii or. Is. Biddle of this cily replied with his us Omar Felicity of . On ascending the River and Huzzah wite Given by the l orits and vessels that were issued and a Salute was fired at Chester. The Willmington Steamer commanded b ill. Black was richly decorated and in in the Nunie ious passengers Asse Mided on a deck and i Iverc d tie Philadele Hia boat ind its Loii Ord stinger. Piv vion 10 the arrival of the . Several of be merchants on a a Yulii we carves and the immediate one ii s y arrange men a in tile . Mai sure Hun i of nil extend i the foot of t Chesnul so real. He Large canal Harte of messes. A amp l \ Kin it was Decora cd a i l Piai de on the d. Laware Nui when the to i Airi cd a Salute a tired i oni the in arge. The same liberality was also sex i i in procuring Joinson s Tine bail Onusic. Long before the steam boat made it appear Ince the Harvess ii a ing and streets were Row did u Atli cilia is and the near apr Roach of the Hoat was Arn bounced by the Loul i incr Ings from Trio Sands of no ices. I he genl i guided Lioni the Hoat amidst every d non Sara ion of re Iet t and Entliss ism that could he Ivan. A Lai once was in i Caviness and the Cie neral being hed in in John Sargant. Edge Hemphill and James c. Biddle took their Seal with him. The crowd had now heroine so u Lise Liat ii is Init Ossiride for tie horses restive As they had h. Come by the Noi a of the Cannon in tie l arge the Nisic from the hands and tiie Rush ini and Shoulin ii of the multitude to make Steadway. A remedy was found the horses it Ere taken from the Carriage roes were at Lelu d. And the peo Pii Laid hold. We tend not say that when the under Lake Wori ii is Are to in done. Men i al i Ian Ison then Horn a Long Ifill and 61/ he i Opie Wen i l \ ipod a let. M la quot Lings and Hozz is and Hui ii is Ples a i to Lite Side of quot the Carriage Antl expressed their Affee to Ianc regard Foi the inc Cess us general tin Ilde and lion st civilian and peo Jalcs candid Ite. Iia ving arrived Ojo Rosile the Hall of quot inde a device the rices it ion Halweil and the place pointed Oul to him. Where sat the firm Ivan. Thai Lix d the statutes Strong As Fate which ascertained the rights of men. General Harrison i Sci and addressed Llie citizens to the Lido Wing effect Tellow As i am wit ii a Miladi up iii lii Early and hospitality the cordial greeting with which you have been pleased to Honor me a awakened in my Hsuin emotions which language is ind Cuate to express Cheirs. Your kindness can never he erased from my memory. I have been Sameti tor thu iii Hest Gifu e in the gift of Iny people for the iii ghost office upon Earth and 1 f cd thai in the event of my election could any circumstance for an instant tempt it to swerve from the path of duly a Revere acc to this impressive scene would instantly recall me Toa sense of the obligations 1 owe my country immense cheering. And Here before these sacred Walls Walls rendered doubly sacred to me by the memory of one More dear to me than any other who in that Hall pledged his life his Fortune and his sacred Honor in the cause of his country and from whom imbibed the same feelings of Devotion to american Oifer you the same pledge rigidly and to the utmost extent of my Power to main lain the Honor glory and dignity of my native enthusiastic cheering. J again thank you fellow citizens for your cordial and enthusiastic reception on the present occasion the re Mem lira Nee of which 1 shall carry with me to my latest hour. The concourse then proceeded on to the Marshall House when after giving another round of cheers the general accompanied by a parly of Irien a entered that Eslaba Simeni As his temporary residence and the Large assemblage of citizens retired to their Homes not the slightest Accident having occurred to mar the brilliancy of the warm hearted reception. We can Only add that if the events of Saturn ii Are to be considered a True indication of Public sentiment in this com Unity if any thing like the same feeling exist throughout the state and tiie nation tie Patriot May be assured that the Republic is Safe the people still True othe Constitution and the Laws. From the Alton 111. Telegraph to the irishmen who an adopted citizens of the United slates. My fellow countrymen a it has been and it Lill i it a it Ommon saying with men of other a oun tries in speaking of an irishman to say. Mie is a warm hearted to Ali who would with to i honour their Founti a and i Ove . Her son de Ere that a p a Lvalion. An 0 p0r Unity now off. Is us h As May never occur Agaibi and of proving that Irishann i never forget nor Disert tii Ose who have been friends in time of need. Day a scrap from an old n. York newspaper fell into my lands. A Cut in out for the Pur Jiose of preserving it As a catalogue of the men who were the friends of my Oil country and of such of her children As were devoted to lick cause of Liverly. And Ullh a never to forget t Leir Ivi Ead iii in a time of need. In the year 181 5 or "17, 1 Birget iii a the new yrs Iri a Emigrant society applied to Congo is for i Grant of land for tin in countrymen Many of whom were then in the unit d slates who in their de Volion to Liberty had lost All they losses Jed in the rebellion o i 00. The request was debated in ingress and Sci used by a majority of 12 among the Veas of that Vole you will filid your Earnest friends and Amoni the most zealous i your adv i stood the Nanu of Cen. Hail ills a of Ohio. Now. My old coun iry Aiesi n Toner Tiger the old saying a Liiv and in need i i lii nil India a quot and then re Melhei 111 old Loami Ali iii very Man of of Lias often drunk in May u e never have a Friend who would h Serl his frit Iid in tonic of need thai in was your Eai list now a Nove by your votes not Oaly that Iri men desert their Ivy a ski in time of need but that they have warm hearts. That you May do so a Union by is i he prayer of an old i United Luis ini in. Alion. Iii. Aug. Is3g. of Ile yeas Antl Nas on the motion in tie Liou to it preventatives in i Avor Oftle Tjipta Alion 0 i i a Irish Emigran i association. \s.�?messrs. , Anderson of pa., Luilie. In quiet Baldwin Boden Bollinger Claggert rails Coni Slock i Rager Cushman it rav by a 1 it a i be. A Litis a ton Desha Elliot Krvin l liar Fuller Floyd i Forsyth Gage title Holmes of mass. Hunter a Hashrouck Herkimer Hubbard. Heisler Hail Uson of t iii Herrick Hendi ick of Kentucky. Kirkland. Kins Elive More lawyer. Little Morril Moore Murray h. Nelson Newton Ole i Arroll i Almer Porter Patterson Poller Yieh Richards Reed Rhea Silsby. Spencer Siu Geant. Stuart of Mil Sawyer Taylor i oui lib. Own lid. A air s Almadge l Priam. Windover Williams of n. Y., Wilkins to Allee. A i i i quot i ii e. Walkit.�?7l a .>.v.s.--mes>r>. All in of mass., Allen of a. Aus in al hot Anderson of ky., Boss Bayley Call Barbour l asset Barzvi 11, Bryan Blount bather. Behelier. Villon Obb. Cook Clai hoi n. Camphell Edwards Earle Torney Garnet Holmes of conn., Huntingdon Hall of Del., Hall of n. C., Hogg hic Hicock. Irving John in of va., Jones Loundes Mason of mass., Morion Mills Moseley Mason of n. J. Mercer iii lean Mccoy Minford Middle ion ajar Nelson of mass., t. M. Nelson for Owen. Pitkin Pindall Pleasants poin h Uler Quarles Rice Ringold Robertson of by. Robertson of Lou. Sampson. Shiw Sherwood Savage Scudder Seyli Ort b. Smith a. Smyth Settle Slot limb t. S. Snaith a. Stuart of n. C., Sindi ins Terry Tuker of s. A. Quot Fri Mhz quot Wii Itman Wilson Williams of conn., Williams of n. �?82 i Porta it to Farmers. Judge Strong in a recent Rase in our Ronny Mon pleas derided that no one had a right when making a division Fonce to run half the same on the lot of the neighbouring owners but that it must he Row on a he land of him who makes it. The Case which called Forth this decision was an action of trespass for cutting a ditch in Meadow land for fhe purpose of a Fence it appeared that the defendant in this Case Cut a Dittli some five feet wid in each Side of the line which constituted the i Boundary Between him Atid the plaintiff and the judge in Bis charge enforced upon the jury that by no existing statute was the making of a Fence on the lot of the adjoining owner justified but that those who construe cd half on one Side and half on the other must he so constructed by Mutual consent otherwise Legal Mea or it s could be Institute. For damage it to. The owners of real estate Sli Ould recollect this decision As cases in which it would in applicable Are not univ sequent in cur courts of Justice. I landmark. What 1 like to see. I like to see a a Lerson enter a printing office and Lay his Krs upon matter it up in Type for ins it ration in the paper and Keo it k it Down into i much to the dissatisfaction of the Devil. 2. I like to be a Man seize a piece of manuscript from the compositor and examine the hand writing. 3. J like to Sec Aman Omin info i printing office. Step around where tie communications advertisements amp a. Are kept take one at a tiny a read and examine the hand writing it slows the person has Good Breiding. 4. I like to see a Man woman or child give an editor advise gratuitous of course and finally Tell him if he docs nol pursue a particular course he will violate his feelings and possibly lose a subscriber dont you Reader a Portage Register or. Franklin the leading property of or. Fran Kun s mind great As it was tiie faculty which made him remarkable and set him apart from other men a the Generator in truth of All his Power was Good sense Only Plain Good sense nothing More. He was not a Man of Genius there was no about him Little or no Fervour nothing like poetry or eloquence and yet by the sole untiring continual operation of this Humble a pretending Quality of the mind he came to do More in the a void Osc ii ice More in Council a More in the revolution of Emires uneducated or self educated As he was a than five Hundred others might live done each with More Genius Fervour More eloquence and More brilliancy. Blackwood s Magazine Eloy hot pass vie. Vve have just read the clo Juenst adult lies of Gover Ihu Everett of, it Liv cred at new by a lord in behalf of the Bunker Hill Monument. The following is an extract "1 live at the loot of Bunker Hill and endeavouring in other things Toshawn my life and cot duct by the rules of a sober prudence 1 own thai tin re 1 give tie reins up to imagination. Sometimes of a Serene and Elondah is night when the Moon and stars arc watch in their heavenly Encampment or at the Grey Dawn while All around is still in silence a before the mighty heart of the cities beneath has begun to beat with the pulsation of life and passion,--1 go up to the Summit of that sacred Hill. 1 yield myself willing to tin illusions of the place and the hour. The blood dyed Sod seem to heave beneath my feet As 1 press them a their glorious Tenanty Start up from their Beds of Linin a a and gather a an awful Corn Jian ,. The foot of that Majestic Shalt. 1 read in their Radi it it faces that the a ious work of their children is grateful to these sainted heroes. 1 perceive in their Benignant countenances that Tiey behold in what is already done a Safe pledge that All will be accomplished quot the Small pox has been making destructive ravages among the Winnebago and Sioux indians. The famous a be Sha and More than half his band of Sioux have fallen Vit ims to it and Many others of them Are fright fully disfigured. A Good sentiment. No True gentleman can Ever indulge resentment against a female. All vindictive feelings or proceedings toward fhe weaker sex Are unworthy or utmost that is allowable when wrong is experienced from them is the simple exposition of truth accompanied by regret and entire resignation or generous tar Berance As Faras possible consistently with strict self defence. Sarcasm obloquy Mere annoyance or revenge of any kind Are repugnant to Manly character or n chivalrous and High minded spirit. Mobile Alabama. The Mobile advertiser furnishes the following list of Market prices for some of the luxuries of the table. Peaches at least begin to come pretty Plen lil ully into Market i he Pelt a ple of Mobile have been getting sixteen of them for a Dol lar for so time now they get fifty. Potatoes Parili a Early Irish Are very High four dollars and a Halfa Bushel Orone Hundred of medium size for a Dollar. Turkic sat six dollars a piece arc too High yet the Mohi lans have to give it sometimes. Milk Suni Frudy a Dollar Agalli a and yet there is excellent feed All Abolitz Mobile. A Man keeping 100 cows a mile or two out of the City might Clear a in Rune Worth enjoying in a Short time. Our French relations. Are gratified to learn through a gentleman of High standing in Paris and one inti a lie with the council.? of the King that a minister is shortly <0 be sent to ibis country to restore our diplomatic relations and at la c same time the cordial and kind feeling which ought always to subsist Between the two Globe third attempt on the life of Louis a private correspondent of the London examiner says that notwithstanding the contradiction of the official journals there is Little doubt that a further attempt has been made upon the life of the King of France since the affair of All Beau. A recent and important change has taken place in Spain Liberal principle shave Triumph eds the Queen has accepted the Constitution of 1812 and ordered it to be proclaim red the Corte summoned to attend. A

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