A settlement of about 200 inhabitants, on Eagle creek, in the southern part of Gallatin county. It is also a station of the Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington R.R., 7 miles from Warsaw, the county seat, and 68 from Louisville. Corn and tobacco are its chief products. Express, Adams. Daily mail. R.E. Foster, postmaster.

Business Directory

Beeden, E., Hotel,
Brett, William, blacksmith.
Crouch, J.C., general store.
Daniels, A.D., General Store.
Denton, J.M., general store, station and express agent.
Dorman, Mrs. A., milliner.
Foster, R.E., Druggist.
Howard, BT., tobacco dealer.
Hunter, A.G., harnessmaker.
Lindsay, D.H., teacher.
Noel, Mrs. A., general store.
Norton, T.H., Undertaker.
Parrish, W.P., general store.
Perry, D.G., Hotel.
Robinson, Mrs. M.E., milliner.
Shelton, J.H., grocer and druggist.
Vest, B.F., Flouring Mills.
Williams, Thos., grocer.
Yager, O.B., physician.


This info is from the Kentucky State Gazetteer and Business Directory, published in 1876-77 by R. L. Polk in Louisville.