South Covington (Latonia)

A station on the L. C. & L. R. R., nd K. C. R. R., and village of 500 inhabitants, on the Licking River, in Kenton county, two miles from Covington, of which it is a suburb; and 105 miles from Louisville. It contains two churches, Episcopal and Methodist; and a district school. Principal shipment, coal. Western Union Telegraph. Stage to Independence and Covington. Daily Mail. John Moss, postmaster.

Business Directory

Blick and Phillips, coal dealers.
Felten M, carpenter.
Gehring Herman, druggist.
Haaka Frank, hotel propr.
Hunter H, railroad agent.
Kalin Joseph, hotel propr.
Leucht Lewis, grocer
Mills & Co., distillers.
Moss John, hotel propr.
Park Godfrey F, justice of the peace
Rothert Frank, saloon.
Sebastian Frank, grocer
Waite Paul, physician.
Wise James L, physician
Wurmstitch, Albert, blacksmith.
Zolar John, blacksmith.


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