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Preserving Fruit.

--The suggestion has been made, says a Mobile paper, that in view of the abundant crop of fruits of all kinds throughout the South, the producers should dry, pickle and preserve, so far as possible, all which cannot find a present market. We see by advertisements in Vicksburg papers that the advice is being acted upon at that point, and we should be glad to learn that it is receiving attention in our neighborhood. A copious supply of pickles and dried fruits will prove invaluable to our soldiers; not only to those who are in the hospital, but in keeping others out of it.

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