According to a correspondent of the Washington Star, Marcns A. Hanua bwns a little piueapple patch in Dado oonnty, Pla., wbicb he loves to visifc. "Mr. Huuna, " be says, "was boarding at Palm Benen, wbere tho hotels oharge $6 a day during three mouths of tho year and $4 a week dnring tho other nine. Well, Mr. Hanua was boarding there duriug the 6 a day season, The germ of the pineapple contagión entered his blood, and he bought au acre of pino land from Represent utive Liutou of Michigan, who owns a big traot of muok and pine lauda along the Bicayne Bay oanal. Mr. Hanna's acre lies between the Atlantic and the Kverglades, aOO miles south of Jacksonville. Uncle Mos Hawkins 'tends it and sends a monthly erop report to Mr. Hanna. Uiiole Mose told the writer tb at he would ratber grub an acre of hurümock land with the sun at merinian and tho ïuosquitoes in full blonm than to write out 'dat 'port ter Marse HauDer. ' "