I. A S. W. County Of Georgia

A S. W. County Of Georgia, bounded N. E. by Flint.river and S. E. by Little river; area, about 900 sq. m.; pop, in 1870, 3,778, of whom 1,105 were colored. It is intersected by the Brunswick and Albany railroad. The surface is level and the soil sandy. The chief productions in 1870 were 84,194 bushels of Indian corn, 13,381 of oats, 24,219 of sweet potatoes, 16,665 lbs. of wool, 4,568 of rice, and 2,051 bales of cotton. There were 476 horses, 2,888 milch cows, 6,708 other cattle, 5,596 sheep, and 10,541 swine. Capital, Isabella.

II. A N. County Of Iowa

A N. County Of Iowa, bordering on Minnesota, and drained by Shell Rock river; area, 432 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 2,892. The surface is undulating or level, and diversified by prairie and woodland. The chief productions in 1870 were 97,156 bushels of wheat, 49,472 of Indian corn, 71,107 of oats, 9,161 of potatoes, 94,290 lbs. of butter, 5,226 of wool, and 9,839 tons of hay. There were 846 horses, 1,309 milch cows, 2,110 other cattle, 1,590 sheep, and 1,365 swine. Capital, Northwood.

III. A N. W. County Of Missouri

A N. W. County Of Missouri, bordering on Iowa, and drained by Grand river; area, about 225 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 5,004. The surface is undulating, and comprises prairie and timber lands, in nearly equal proportion; the soil is generally fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 29,576 bushels of wheat, 375,035 of Indian corn, 71,816 of oats, 31,396 of potatoes, 32,834 lbs. of wool, 105,869 of butter, and 9,966 tons of hay. There were 2,827 horses, 6,349 cattle, 10,375 sheep, and 13,546 swine. Capital, Grant City.

Worth #1

Worth, a small town of Alsace-Lorraine, Germany, formerly of the French department of Bas-Rhin, 10 m. S. W. of Weissenburg. The French under MacMahon were utterly defeated here, Aug. 6, 1870, by the Germans under the crown prince Frederick William. (See France, vol. vii., p. 395).