I. A S. W. County Of Georgia

A S. W. County Of Georgia, intersected by Spring creek, a branch of Flint river; area, about 250 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 3,091, of whom 956 were colored. The surface is level, and the soil moderately fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 76,783 bushels of Indian corn, 11,968 of oats, 13,867 of sweet potatoes, 1,744 lbs. of rice, 6,015 of wool, 11,370 of butter, 1,684 bales of cotton, and 10,993 gallons of molasses. There were 1,871 milch cows, 4,110 other cattle 3,995 sheep, and 6,456 swine. Capital, Colquit.H. A central county of Missouri, traversed by Osage river, here navigable during three or four months of the year; area, 570 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 6,616, of whom 176 were colored. The surface is diversified and well timbered with walnut, sugar maple, and other valuable woods. The" soil of the river bottoms is fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 91,918 bushels of wheat, 256,141 of Indian corn, 69,977 of oats, 12,475 of potatoes, 10,436 lbs. of tobacco, 22,482 of wool, 31,773 of butter, and 1,567 bales of cotton. There were 2,926 horses, 2,474 milch cows, 4,271 other cattle, 11,504 sheep, and 17,841 swine.

Capital, Tuscumbia.