A wi'itcr ni the Indiana Farmer says ho has beun in tho hab-it, lor severa] cttnèecutiw feasons minediately after the last hoeing of corn, (whic'fl has bcon cultivated as ove] as practicable,) of jjowiog cloveriseed by oiiig betwéen each row one way, and omvfully ecat téifng t!ie scetls uncier tlu; leaves atic! süilks; at tho rafe of íifteen Iba. to tho aero, and usually with good. succe.s. The oorn sourris to abade tho eeed sufficiently to protest it írotn tho too powerful heatof tíio si;n, atid f the land is iu good tilth, a gorvi cati;h is Beaured lor pasturing or plojring under. fWu Can yon teil me, " asltert a blooming lass of a suitur. " v.t . nliip rarries more passengerst lian tlio Gt-re rn ':" a ;Wcll, madam, i rpalíy ilou't tliink I can,'' was liis rcj.lv. " VVhy, it is eourtFliip." csplicd Ü BiaiéeB wrth a coñBCiooa blush.