I. A W. Central County Of New York

A W. Central County Of New York, bounded E. by Cayuga lake and Seneca river and W. chiefly by Seneca lake, and drained by the Seneca and Clyde rivers; area, 330 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 27,823. The surface is hilly and the soil generally very fertile. The New York Central and the Geneva, Ithaca and Athens railroads, and the Erie and the Cayuga and Seneca canals, traverse it. The chief productions in 1870 were 542,407 bushels of wheat, 420,366 of Indian corn, 627,190 of oats, 409,340 of barley, 22,995 of buckwheat, 182,704 of potatoes, 37,048 tons of hay, 166,-416 lbs. of wool, 812,811 of butter, and 100,-901 of flax. There were 8,314 horses, 7,073 milch cows, 6,422 other cattle, 28,663 sheep, and 6,997 swine; 17 manufactories of carriages and wagons, 3 of fire engines, 7 of iron castings, 2 of machinery, 7 of malt, 12 of saddlery and harness, 2 of wooden ware, 3 of woollen goods, 9 brick yards, 4 tanneries, 2 distilleries, 12 flour mills, and 15 saw mills. Capitals, Ovid and Waterloo.

II. A N. County Of Ohio

A N. County Of Ohio, intersected by Sandusky river and Honey and Green creeks, and traversed by several railroads; area, 540 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 30,827. The surface is almost level, well timbered, and very fertile. The chief productions in 1873 were 621,176 bushels of wheat, 900,915 of Indian corn, 336,564 of oats, 77,-232 of potatoes, 484,844 of apples, 34,712 tons of hay, 339,966 lbs. of wool, and 708,252 of butter. In 1874 there were 11,226 horses, 23,091 cattle, 75,914 sheep, and 28,644 swine. In 1870 there were 14 manufactories of agricultural implements, 4 of brick, 12 of carriages and wagons, 6 of iron castings, 1 of woollen, 3 breweries, 7 flour mills, 17 saw mills, 3 planing mills, and 7 tanneries. Capital, Tiffin.