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VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1883. NO. 31.
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NOT Mrs. BRADY'S
BUT
LEON GERSON'S
PIANO 7OORTT
WILL B-E IAFFLED OUT AT TIHE
MAMMOTH DRY 0OODS ESTABLISHMENTI
34 GRAND STREET.
OF Come one, come all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, fl the chances are
GIVTENT AWAY..
.1l it needs is that you buy the best goods for the least money at
LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.
and for each dollar handed over the counter, you get a ticket which gives you a chance to wint the isldeldlid
N4iw on exhibition in LEON G3-ERSON'S Store at 34 G-RAND STR"EET.
All the ladies who have tried the Piauvn are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the hottomn of their bilessed hearts to
hold the lucky numller and carry off the prize.
Look at the Bargains:
Odlicoes 5J per yard; 4-4 Brown Domestic 7c per yard; 4-1 Soft Finished Bleaching/ Sc per .iard; (Cotion F I aunnel 1Ic per yard;
eanas from, 10c to 1.00 per ?/ard; Corsets worth 1.1o) for 50c; Ladies' Hose, white and colored .lIi) per do:; Ladies' bordered
11andkerchiefs 1.25 per doz; Ladies' sewed Shoes, calf or cloth, 90! per pair; Ladies' Fi'o.red Shoes 1. 01 per pair; American Dress
1,oods 1 (e per /ard; Flannel Suitings 25c per yard.
The immense and in variety unparalelled stoc'k consists of Dress Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Flannels, Snitings, Cloakings,
Eiderdown, Hoisery, Notions, Fancyware and Jewelry; Buttons and Trimntings, Laces, Towels, Napkins, Spreads, r'Table Cloths,
Ourtains, Lambrequins, Carpets and Rugs; Ladies' Misses' and Children Hats.
To ennumerate all the styles, colors, shades and prices of these goods would fill volillumes, buit the ladies are respectfully iin
"ited to pay ine a visit and convince themselves of the reality of my offerl, that is:
ToSel I the Best Goods for the Lowest Prices.
Ladies living out of town are respectiully solicited to scud in their orders. I assure their irionlt anld careful execution.
I;ENTLhMEI'$ DEPATME T, GOCRIE$ AD $UP~PLIES,
!n this my stock is equally as well assorted andt varied :a in :ill oher I ntl;,r int thel ptr,u'st gooIs and at t lowest ligure's, -ni'Ih ;
:.ranches, and consists of-
•('I.O'I HTN(, H ', BOO' ', ,HO1ES, 1A ('O,\, I'l. 'i( , Sl 'A 2, ('O 'l'EE,
N'VDIERWE'I:AR. NE WI'( VEA'R, ,H'111€S7,,, . ,/tOLA,';'VY, 7' !i.1('.0, ('1(/.11"',
ITOSIAli 1 , (JMBIELLA,, Th(l NA,.
VALICAS'wd .1 'I'/c i/ , I 'l ( . ILl (,o(;I, ; 'll,' ,1 I)I)/EI. 1 of rv'rqy
Old and young tILe as well as boys will tindl it to their advantaae to ll It i I
lite and examine my goods and pirices- before purchasitig elsewhere. Ii .ri/itio, II l , 1'I/), II'IL/i l '/I IM '!;,
I c'a and doa ciom( pete successfully with a'y' establishti enl t in t hi -ertiofn t o L .'. IA ' /E, ( /.( 'i/ Y', ., e., Etc.
the State in regar( to h:both quality anil ;rieo of in i ,oms.e'
In c, onllusi0o I draw the particular atteiitiouii of my iaituvy ftriends and cttsfoutcrs to the Iewl\ lv and fully,1 Slupplie.d a:ssortmientof
Hand-made Boots and Shoes
for Ladies, (Gentlemen, Misses, Boys, Children and Ifn'itts, Iliaullactllred Fior li t Irade Y the 'e'lebCrated lfit oti
SALER, LEWIN & Co., Philadelphia,
tld lther rCellowned hliises.
Come on to Gerson's D)ry (ioot.ds Store, Where goods are hlctapcr than W:'r itliore
For every dollar cash you spend, You get a chance to willn the grand
Mathnwhek Piano, now in his sore-And tthe you cen play, -I. Mf I. Pinafore."
Remember 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.
LEON IEIE SON.

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