Callaway. I. A S. W. County Of Kentucky, bordering on Tennessee, on the W. bank of the Tennessee river, here navigable by steamboats; area, 450 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 9,410, of whom 812 were colored. Level and hilly grounds divide the surface almost equally; the soil is fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 33,770 bushels of wheat, 417,410 of Indian corn, 13,598 lbs. of wool, and 1,924,502 of tobacco. There were 2,192 horses, 1,503 mules and asses, 2,186 milch cows, 2,868 other cattle, 8,885 sheep, and 18,670 swine. Capital, Murray. II. An E. county of Missouri, bounded S. by the Missouri river; area, 743 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 19,202, of whom 3,434 were colored. The surface is moderately uneven, and about one third of it is occupied by prairie land; the soil is uniformly fertile. Coal, iron, limestone, and potter's clay are found in various places, and in large quantities. The chief productions in 1870 were 167,545 bushels of wheat, 971,715 of Indian corn, 405,294 of oats, 45,229 of potatoes, 10,395 tons of hay, 205,233 lbs. of butter, 89,890 of wool, and 938,228 of tobacco. There were 8,767 horses, 2,953 mules and asses, 7,139 milch cows, 13,042 other cattle, 30,830 sheep, and 34,033 swine.

Capital, Fulton.