A new Mississippi apple, raised by Hiram Smith, Woodville, Miss., from whom we received specimens, and who informs us that it is one of the best grown in that latitude, and is popular where known, ripening the last of July. Fruit large, oblate, slightly angular; skin pale greenish yellow, flesh whitish yellow, a little coarse, tender, moderately juicy, mild, sub-acid, rather rich, with pleasant flavor.