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.

Business Directory

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