A combination of these two agricultural implements has been lately invented by J. W. Thomson, of Jackson, Tenn., who has taken measures to secure a patent. The cultivator, in this instance, is attached behind to the standard of the scraper by means of a staple or any other suitable fastening, the beam and handles being dispensed with as unnecessary . The advantage obtained by this combination of two distinct implements is the resulting economy of labor, as the two operations of scraping and plowing the ground are performed together, the teeth of the cultivator taking into the ground and cutting it loose as fast as the scraper clears it off.