A station on the Kentucky Central R.R., and small village settled in 1845, and situated on the south fork of Licking river, in the southern part of Pendleton county, 8 miles from Falmouth, the county seat, and 157 miles from Louisville. The shipments from here are cattle, hogs, and produce. Express, Adams. Daily mail. Population, 50. R.H. Dudley, postmaster.

Business Directory

Antrobus, S.L., cooper.
Black, T.J., tobacco dealer.
Bunker, Willoiam, blacksmith.
Cox, Daniel, Cooper.
Dance, J.W., capitalist.
Dudley, R.H., Capitalist.
Kirkwood, Rev. William, blacksmith.
Meek, J.M., physician.
Risk, J.B.A., physician.
Risk, T.F., physician.
Rollins, C.R., general store, express and station agent.


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