I. A S. W. County Of Arkansas

A S. W. County Of Arkansas, bordering on the Indian territory and bounded S. by Little river; area, about 825 sq. m.; pop. in 1870,4,492, of whom 968 were colored. The surface is diversified and the soil moderately fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 1,919 bushels of wheat, 123,045 of Indian corn, 11,873 of sweet potatoes, 2,189 bales of cotton, 3,367 lbs. of tobacco, and 3,761 of wool. There were 757 horses, 363 mules and asses, 1,472 milch cows, 2,906 other cattle, 2,507 sheep, and 8,658 swine. Capital, Locksburgh.

II. An E. County Of Tennessee

An E. County Of Tennessee, bordering on North Carolina and traversed by French Broad and Little Pigeon rivers; area, 520 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 11,028, of whom 533 were colored. Much of the surface is mountainous, and the soil along the streams is fertile. Limestone and iron ore abound. The chief productions in 1870 were 63,483 bushels of wheat, 260,214 of Indian corn, 42,460 of oats, 13,997 lbs. of tobacco, 16,109 of wool, 79,135 of butter, 15,528 of honey, and 16,588 gallons of sorghum molasses. There were 1,954 horses, 2,264 milch cows, 3,950 other cattle, 9,578 sheep, and 13,088 swine. Capital, Sevier-ville.

III. An E. County Of Utah

An E. County Of Utah, bordering on Colorado, and intersected by the Green and Grand rivers; area, about 7,000 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 19. The W. part is crossed by the Wahsatch mountains, and watered by Sevier river. Capital, Richfield.