The New Globe Peach. It is a freestone golden yellow, with a red blush covering half the surface of the peach; globular in form; flesh yellow; flavor luscious, and in quality best. It has produced specimens nearly fifteen inches in circumference. The tree is a good bearer, and an upright, compact, vigorous, healthy grower, lasting longer than any other kind in its cultivation. The fruit ripens with Crawford's Late, lasts a week longer, and on account of its firmness is admirably adapted for distant markets.