I. A S. E. County Of Nebraska

A S. E. County Of Nebraska, separated from Missouri by the Missouri river, and intersected by the Little Nemaha; area, about 400 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 7,593. The surface is diversified by undulating prairies, bluffs, bottom lands, and groves of oak, hickory, walnut, etc, along the streams. The underlying rocks are limestone and sandstone, and the soil is fertile. The chief productions in 1870 were 33,790 bushels of wheat, 224,695 of Indian corn, 35,831 of oats, 16,140 of potatoes, 49,425 lbs. of butter, and 3,015 tons of hay. There were 728 horses, 539 milch cows, 1,587 other cattle, 454 sheep, and 1,483 swine. Capital, Brownville.

II. A N. E. County Of Kansas

A N. E. County Of Kansas, bordering on Nebraska, and watered by numerous streams; area, 720 sq. m.; pop. in 1870, 7,339. It is traversed by the St. Joseph and Denver City railroad, and by the Central branch of the Union Pacific line. The surface is undulating, the soil fertile. The productions in 1870 were 112,612 bushels of wheat, 26,840 of rye, 358,871 of Indian corn, 107,737 of oats, 50,074 of potatoes, 12,018 lbs. of wool, 28,285 of cheese, 200,460 of butter, and 17,167 tons of hay. There were 3,307 horses, 3,405 milch cows, 5,815 other cattle, 3,591 sheep, and 4,119 swine. Capital, Seneca.