A year ago several journals united iu recimmeuding their readers to invest a Dollar 'Greenback" in securing that very excellent íournal for the HOUSEHOLD (including the L,ittle Oueg), for the GARDEN, and for the ?ARM, called the American Asrieulturist. tfany persons were thus led to subscribe, md we believe all who did so have been nuch more than satisfied. They have re:eived the 23(1 Annual Volume of the Agri.uliurist which is fiill of good things, useful, [iractieal, and entertaining, and just now the [jubllsher is sending out to each of his sub seribers applying, a present of a plant of one if the most remarkable Strawberries that lias evei' hoen brought out. These plants, lien sold by the only other person having them, go readily at 75 cents each. So tlie greenuack Invested last year has certainly paid well. AU we have now to say is, let al[ others go and do likewise. Notwithstanding the present advance iu cost, the publisker still offers to take subscribers this montli (September) at $1 a yeai , or f rom now to the end of 1865, (fifteen months) for $1 15. And still further, he oflers one of the remarkable Strawberry tlants, sent free and postpaid, to eyery new subscriber who endoses five cents extra ïor oil cloth, pnvking, aud postage on the plant. Our advice to all is send the dollar (or the $1 15), and the uxtra five cents at once to Ohanök Judd, Publisher of the Ayriculturist. at 41 Park Row, New York City, aud get the paper, etc. You will get a most beautiful, well illustrated, practical paper, aud the cheapest one in the country, tosay nothingof the extra Strawberry Plant, etc. TRY IT.