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.VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1883. NO.30.
NOT Mrs. BRADY'S
B- UT -
LEON GERSON'S.
PIANO FOR TE
WILL BE RAFFZEID OT.TT AT TIEl
MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENTI
34 GRAND STREET.
_ Conme one, collie all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, fi)r the chances are
SGITTVEN AWAY
All it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least money at
LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.
.tnd for each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket which gives you a c(hance to win the pllndid
Kow on exhibition in LEOlT G-ERSOTN'SS Store at 34 G-:RAND.T ST? ,EET.
All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the )bottolm, of their blessed hearts to
)old the lucky number and carry off the prize.
Look at the Bargains:
flicoc.s ;O 5c per yard; -1-4 Jirown D)omestic T7 jper .yard; 4-1 Soft Finished Bleaching Sc . per yard; Co(,itton I' lVan el 10/ per .,urd;
J.cear, trout 10c to 1.00 per ygard; Cor"set. worth 1.0) tfor 50c; Ladie.' Hose, ,whiti: and colored I .i) per do.:: Ldliex.' hordered
tIfaulkerchief: 1.2.5 per doz:; LadieC' . eed Shoes, calf or loth, 90e per pair; Ladie,' Foaxed Sl'ho.r 1.txl) per vpair; Amnier'an. I)re,
joodsx I (oc per yard; Flatnnel Su'itingsq 25c per yard.
The immiense and in variety unparalelled stock consists of I)ress (foods, Silks, Cloaks), Fhlannels, Suitiiigs, Cloaking,
Eiderdown, Hoisery, Notions, Fancyware and Jewelry; Buttons and Tri gs, L Tri in, Laces, Towels, Napkins, Sreds,Table Cloths
Curtains, Lamwirejquins, Carpets and Rugs; Ladies' Misses' and Children Hats.
To enunmerate all the styles, colors, shades and prices of these goods would lill voluimiPes, but the ladies are respectfully in
vited to pay inL a visit and convince themselves of the reality of my offler, tlhat is:
To Sell the Best Goods for the Lowest Prices.
Ladies living out of town are rcespectflly solicited to send( in their orders. I tssire their ip lupt and c:reful executio.
GENITLEiMn'Z $ D:EPTRTMENT GQOCZEiE$S AND SUPIL~IE$,
nl this my stock i. equally a-4 well itssortel aml v:ariedl :1K in all (Ither I offer in the purest goodw s ilt at lowest ftiur , slh :M.
"ranches, and consists of-
,?LO7TIILV(;, I 'lN7,, I t10 ) '1, ,1lO ES, /;A 'O . ,1 1 " ! H 'R "I !, COFIFEI;E,
(LV) EI.IRIEAlI. NECA'VKIEAIR, ,IIII,.,
HlhOVi1l 1, (17IMRLLA S., T'JfUNVK.S, .110LANSVE, '1 ilL0 (Y0, (IGARS,
V.LICE8 and I'1JCHEL/ E'lf. I.A(oil'(; ( a m "11 'HEI, I) ;/l)"EL? of* ert;q
Old and young meen as well as iboys will find it to their advantatge to (aall n
mte iand examin'I my goolds antl pricel Ir foire puirchasin g elsewhere. Ilv.riilo/, , Il'OOfD, Il'll,l" . ll'. /1 7 I/. 11 A 1?,
I cn ad ( (o compete successfully with any est:tablishment in this ┬Ěs'ction , (r/,I, 1" RlEr, ( Ilr('lE /l , Elv., lt. , f,4
the State in r(-egard tO both quality an! price(t- of my good(.
I. ctnclusiol I draw the particular atteintioni 4,1 my =miniv trieinds and ,uitol ers to 11le newly animd fully sumpdied aiSSIllenit of
Hand-made Boots and Shoes
lori Ladies, (Gentlenme, Misses, Boys, Children and lifitnts, ianiunactured ior my trade by tihe ('hC)lP:if ((i tiedin oi
SALLER, LEWIN & Co., Philadelphia,
,tiid ,thioier reiownV(ed hI4i),usc.
Come on to Gerson's Dry Goods Store, Where gootds are c:hc:Lpcr than e'er I,(f11ire
For every dollar cash you spend, You get a chance to will tihe granl
1Mathushek Piano, now in his store-And then you can pla;iy, "II. MI. S. Pinatre.'"
Remember 34 Grand Street, Molnroe, La.
LT 8G- G- -EISON.

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