Williamsburgh, the seat of justice of Covington County, had a population of one hundred and twenty-four in 1890.

It is located about in the geographical center of the county, and though it has no railway facilities as yet, has a good local trade. Its bar is able, and its business men are enterprising and successful.

Mount Carmel and Jaynesville are trading points in this county.

 

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Source: Biographical and Historical Memories of Mississippi, Goodspeed Publishing Company, 1891