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A village on Licking river, in the southeastern part of Kenton county, 10 miles from Covington, the county seat, and 150 miles from Louisville. It is also on the Kentucky Central R.R., and ships hay, grain, stock and tobacco. Population 75. Express, Adams. Daily mail. Wm. Dunn, postmaster.

Business Directory

Bradford, W.A., physician.
Cook, Henry, cooper.
Daniels, C.K., plasterer.
Daniels, J.H.H., farmer.
Dunn, Wm., Express Agent.
Jones, J.L., teamster.
Lambert, A.K., shoemaker.
McKinley, B.F., Miller.
Mullen, S.I. farmer.
Owens, S.B., harnessmaker.
Pfanstiel, Fred, blacksmith.
Rouse, A.C., farmer.
Rouse, N.T., miller.
Secrist, J.H., General Store.
Simpcoe, R.H., retired merchant.
Threlkeld, James, trader.
Threlkeld & Dunn, general store.


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