Mr. J. Paget, gardener to J. Donald Cameron, Esq., of Harris-burg, Pa., sends us a brace of cucumbers that reminds us of the good old times of England's gardeners, when skill was measured by what a gardener could do in the way of forcing fruits and vegetables at any season of the year. These were 22 inches long, slender and as delicate and crisp as a cucumber could be. Many people cannot eat cucumbers, and no wonder when the strong, seedy things so often used are set before them. Such as these - and the first week in May - the most delicate would not refuse.