The county seat of Trimble county is a town of about 300 inhabitants, and was settled in 1832. It is 40 miles from Louisville and 8 from Campbellsburg, on the Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington R.R., its nearest shipping point. Its principal commerce is in tobacco and country produce. Daily mail. W.R. Love, postmaster.
Adams, F.A. & Son, general store.
Demaree, Rev. D.G.B. (methodist).
Hancock, J.C., physician.
Isaac, William, dry goods.
Jackson, Rev. Andrew, (baptist).
Love, W.R., General store.
Mathews, Rev. R.T., (christian).
Newkirk, J.Y., physician.
Peak, W.F. & Bro., general store.
Trout, B.F., physician.
Vawter, A.B., grocer.
This info is from the Kentucky State Gazetteer and Business Directory, published in 1876-77 by R. L. Polk in Louisville. Items in bold were bolded in the original