New Spring Goods

Advertisements in a Plymouth, North Carolina, newspaper in May 1865, celebrating the return of peace -- and of consumer goods from the North. Includes historical commentary.

New Spring Goods.

A new and large stock of dry goods, groceries, fancy articles , &c., Purchased expressly for the wants of the people of this section, and

Now Opened

AT THE STORE OF J. B. CHESSON,

WHERE WILL BE FOUND CALICOES, GINGHAMS, MUSLINS, DELAINES, LAWNS, DIAPERS,

MOURNING GOODS,
CAMBRICS,
MOSQUITO NETTINGS,
COTTON CARDS,
PATENT MEDICINES,
SPOOL COTTON,
PINS
and NEEDLES, &c. TOGETHER WITH Coffee, Suger, Salt, Plows, Axes, Chains, Hoes, Tobacco, Snuff, Lard, Butter, Fruits, Flavoring Extracts, Perfumery, Combs, Buttons, AND OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.

Plymouth, N. C., May 19, 1856.


Eating House.

Meals BREAKFAST from 7 to 9 A. M.

DINNER from 12 to 2 P. M.

SUPPER from 5 to 7 P. M.

PRICE OF MEALS: Breakfast 75 cents. Dinner One Dollar. Supper 75 cts.

Saloon in the Mary Lee House.

WM. RANKIN, Proprietor.

Plymouth, N. C., May 19, 1865.


Variety Store & Barber's Shop.

AMOS PETTIFORD respectfully gives notice that he has opened a Store on Water Street, near Quartermaster's Stable, where he will keep constantly on hand a full supply of CAKES, CANDY, EGGS, LEMONADE, CIGARS, SNUFF and TOBACCO.

Mr. P. has also fitted up a Barber's Shop where he will be happy to wait on all who will give him their patronage.

EXPRESS BUSINESS. — Mr. P. will also attend to all kinds of Express work, and will convey goods to any part of the town.

MASON WORK of all kinds will be promptly attended to, by leaving your orders with me.

Plymouth, N. C., May 19, 1865.


Look here!

I have just received from New York one of the largest stocks of Goods ever seen in Plymouth or vicinity, consisting of

Dry Goods, Groceries, Fancy Articles, &c.

—Also,—

Boots and Shoes, AND EVERY ARTICLE That is necessary for the people.

Give me a call, and I will guarantee you perfect salisfaction in Goods, Prices, &c.

LEVI JACKSON
Plymouth, May 26, 1865.


New store! New goods.

A Fresh Stock of Goods, fresh from New York, kept constantly on hand, which will be sold at the Lowest Market Rates, for CASH or COUNTRY PRODUCE. Call and see my stock of Prints, Crockery, Medicines, Lawns, Tin Ware, Candies, Sheetings, Ploughs, Knives, DeLaines, Shevels, Flour, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Yankee Notions, Perfumeries, Glass and Nails, Sugar & Coffee, Clothing, Hoes, &c., &c.

In order to promote trade, I will take in exchange for Goods, N. C. BANK NOTES, COTTON, SHINGLES, STAVES, BEES-WAX, FLAX-SEED, TURPENTINE &c.

PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL, BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.

S. R. DICKERSON.
Plymouth, N. C., May 19, 1865.


Shoemaking.

HARROLD & FRANCES respectfully give notice to the citizens of this and surrounding counties, that they are now prepared to do all kinds of BOOT or SHOE MAKING, in the best and most satisfactory manner. Heeling, Tapping, and all kinds of Repairing done at short notice. Please give us a call. Store on WATER STREET, opposite the Quartermaster's Stables.

WM. FRANCES.
GEO. T. HARROLD
Plymouth, N. C., May 19, 1865.