Our readers may remember that we did not take kindly to the charge of the New York Tribune, that there was "not one" of its exchanges that did not almost live by "stealing" from its columns. And now we have the melancholy duty to announce that from that day no Tribune has come to our table; it is of course a terrible punishment, and an awful warning to those who "steal." We have not yet wholly made up our mind to stop publishing the Gardener's Monthly with the next number; we may try to worry through to the end of the year; but our readers will appreciate the terrible strain it must be on the Editor to struggle on without the Tribune to "steal" from. Oh! My!