A place of 100 inhabitants, located in the eastern part of Gallatin county, 8 miles from Warsaw, the county seat, on the Ohio river, 2 1/2 miles from Elliston, on the L.C. & L. Short Line R.R., its nearest shipping point, and 77 from Louisville. It contains one church--Baptist, and an academy. Its shipments are live stock, tobacco and grain. Settled in 1800, and incorporated as a village in 1845. The nearest telegraph and express offices are at Elliston. Weekly mail. J.S. Turley, postmaster.

Business Directory

Allin, D.B., Physician.
Brett, W.H., stock dealer.
Carton, Henry, stone cutter.
Castleman, E.S., painter.
Craig, T.T., Tobacconist.
Jaynes, D.B., carpenter.
Jones, M.J., wagonmaker.
Richards, W.S., physician.
Sandrom, J.A., carpenter.
Lillard, J.R., general store.
Lillard, M.H., stock dealer.
Steele, W.A., blacksmith.
Turley, J.S., hotel.
Turley, Samuel, principal Napoleon academy.
Turley, S.F., stock dealer.
Turley, T.J., jr., constable.
Turley, J.S. & Co., General Store.


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