New Liberty

An Incorporated village settled in 1815 and incorporated in 1818, located in the western part of Owen County, 7 miles from Owenton, the county seat, 4 miles from Liberty Station [Sanders], on the L., C. and L.  [Louisville, Cincinnati, and Lexington Railroad] Short Line R.R., its nearest shipping point, and 62 from Louisville. It contains a woolen factory, grist mill, three churches--Baptist, Methodist and Reform--a common school and Concord College. Its shipments are principally tobacco and live stock. Express, Adams. Daily mail. Population 400. James P. Orr, postmaster.  

Business Directory

Barker, H. D., grocer.
Bond, Thos. S. & Bro., grocer.
Bradford, C. J., harnessmaker.
Connell, J. W., physician.
Fisk, E. K. & Son, Dry Goods.
Frazer, Leroy,  grocer.
Frazier, D. L., grocer.
Gayle, James, hotel.
Gayle & Ritchey, stage proprs.
Hunt, John, blacksmith.
Jenkins, P. S., Druggist.
Martin, J. B., dry goods.
Martin & Toon, druggists.
Rodgers, Wm., jr., wagonmaker.
Spranger, John L., grocer.
Sullivan & Bro., wagonmakers.
Weir, W. H., wagonmaker.
Winan, J. B., Grocer.


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