There is a grape-vine in Carpinteria, the property of Jacob Wilson, that exceeds the famous Montecito vine that was forwarded in 1876 to the Centennial. At the butt it measures five feet ten inches, and five feet from the ground five feet two inches. It is of the Mission variety, and is reputed to be the largest grape-vine in the world. It is supported by a trellis, covering an area of ground almost one hundred feet square. Mr. Wilson informed us that the vine, two years ago, produced four tons of grapes. - Santa Barbara Independent.