The number of peaches which the raisers believe to be worthy of dissemination, is now so great that we want some standard of comparison, below which it is hardly worth while to go, say for instance in the case of early peaches of large size, if one who has something he thinks worthy of dissemination, before sending it to the editor for his opinion, let him first compare it with a well-ripened Crawford's early. If it is larger and earlier, or as large and sweeter, or has some one feature that may be superior to that, then let it come on.