A village with a population of 250; incorporated in 1868 and located in the northwestern part of Bracken county, 5 miles from Brooksville, the county seat, and 10 from Falmouth, the nearest railroad station, on the Kentucky Central R. R. Its chief shipments are tobacco and hogs. Tri-weekly mail. A. P. McClanahan, postmaster.

Business Directory

Blackerby, J. O., physician.
Blackerby, P. N., physician.
Blackerby, Wm. O., lawyer.
Cookendorfer, A. blacksmith.
Crupper, Jas. E., builder.
De Witt, J. M. wagonmaker.
Houston, R., general store.
Lendinburgh, Jos., blacksmith.
McClanahan, P. B., liquor dealer.
Sly, Wm., hotel.
Wiley and McClanahan, General Store


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