As every one engaged in the cultivation of the soil is interested in all improved imple* ments for this purpose, we present to their at?fiK tention two plows which are specially designed ,( for the purpose of superseding the harrow and |%5 the spade It is well known that it is of the utmost importance to the farmer that the soil should be broken up as finely as possible, so that every particle may be exposed to the invigorating action of light, and also may absorb from the air much of the material which will enable it to sustain the plant The ordinary method of breaking up the soil is by crossplowing or by harrowing, but this plow cuts and breaks up the ground as well as if it had been harrowed