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VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1883. NO. 32.
NOT Mrs. BRADY'S
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LEON GERSON'S
WVILL BE IIAFFLEJD OUT AT THEE
MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT!
34 GRAND STREET.
-'" Conme oe, 'moiue all and try- our luck ! It does not cost yltu ,one cent, for the chanles are
IVITTEfN AWA"Y".
.ll it needs is that you buy the best goods fori the least money at
LEON GERSON'S, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.
and for each dollar handed over the ,counter, you get a ticket whliclh gives y4ou a chance to wilt the l.slenidid
abashk 4qonu gam
Now oni exhlibition iT' L.EOl" GE--.SO\3T'S Store at 34 G-RAl:AT STREET.
All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unanimous in its praise, and wish in the bottom of their bIlessed hearts to
hold the lucky number :and carry offt the prize.
Look at the Bargains:
CJalicoe:s 53C per ilard; 4-4 Brown I)oumetie 7e per /Ia'rd; 1-1 bSoft Finishei d JBleaehi!na s,' per /ard; (Cotton F''lrnnul. 1llc per yard;
'Jeans t)'onm 1o, to 1.00 per qard; Cor.set.s worth 1.111 for 5i4e; Ladie.' Huoge, white and 'olored 1.114 per d(oZ; Ladieu' bordered
Ha((dkerchitfs 1.25 per doz; Ladie.' .%ewered Sh'oe8, cadf or cloth, !)4l4 per pair; Ladies' Fo.red Nhoex 1.0 per lpair; A.'merican I'rc.sv
Good, I tic JUT yard; Flaur1el ASHiti)j 2.c per yard.
The immense and in variety ulnparalelld stock cousists oft' Dress Goods, Silks, Cloaks, Flainnels, Suititngs, Chlakings,
Eiderdown, Hoisery, Notions, Fancyware and Jewelry; Uttons :and Trimmings, La:s. , Towels, Napkins, Spreads, Table Cloths,
Curtain, s, llib is, Carpets and Rugs; Ladies' Misses' and Children Hats.
To clnulliierate all the styles, colors, shades and prices of these goods would fill volumes.1 , ulit the ladies ainr respctfiully in
vited to pay me a visit and Conyvince themselves of the reality of my otter, that is:
ToSel I the Best Goods for the Lowest Prices.
Ladies living oiiu t ,of t are res.lectflully solicited to send in their orders. I assure their pl-omtit and careful execution.
GE0 TLEMEZ~N'S DE ITM EliT, GTOCEf IES AND $ UP:PLIE$,
In this my stock i. elually as well Iassorted andt varivd as in all ither I otior in tie purest goods and at lowest Ilgures, 5ilclh :ti
branches, and consists of
lLO'7IL' V(, IIA 'IN, BOO , ,A1I07 ' , li(L Y' l,'. '1/, N AI '(/.I, Ol,',lEE'"
1.~,I'El R. NE4U' II'E1., ALlN (II, ,A'Il,i 'A,
HONIAIO 1Y, (YMBILLAS, '1S, NKA,
SALll',IC 4l N!J ' J'l '. 'll I,lN(?, '7('. I ,r N ' /, NA, I1)) ;rl, of ever('
Uld and younlg men: a well as boys will find it to their adlvantau e to aill on .' . II ' 1), ) I Ii A I A,
rue and examine my goods and prices before purchasing elsewhere.
I ean andti no compete suiee-sfully with any e'stahlishment in this .o(''i n i , " .I Is's' L ', I I RE, ( I( 'iKEI ', /r., ;' "., E' e.
'he State in regard to both Iquality :and pricei of my gools.
1.11 colclusiot 1 draw the particular attention of miny liany friends and custoiiiers to theinewly and fully supplied assorttment of
Hand-nmade Boots and Shoes
for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Hoys, Clhildren ai d t1114 s 1 Its, III tt1rd I'ir Ili trade li tih e lelhratled iri1 t11f
SALLER, LEWIN & 'Co., Philadelphia,
1ild other rci lo\'illed hoI tsc1 '..
('orme on to Gersonu's D)ry (Goods Store, Where goods are chealer than o'r e'foirt'-
For every dollar eaish you splend, You get a chance lto win the grand
Mathushek P'inn,, now in his store--A\ndl then you can plly, -'1H. .31 S. .'inafore."'
Remember 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.

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