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VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1883. NO.29.
NOT Mrs.. BRADY'S
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WILL BE RAAFFLED OUT AT TI-E
MAMMOTH DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENTI
34 GRAND STREET.
.- ('oe IDole, (co(ie all and try your luck ! It does itot ( i4st , you o(r celnt, tor the clalntes ar.
C- IV8 N1** WAY.
Al_) it nieeds i. that you bily the best g'i.os atfr the leapst IlouVey ati
LEON GERSON'S, 34 irand Street, Monroe, La.
old tfin" ,each (1,l1ar handed 4 ver tle ,'ruilter, t'ou. i.et :. ticket ivlii'i v, . : ('1, e to win the -splendid
ath nkck (~q ucP f ine
Now on exhibition i L-EON G ERSONI'S Stoire t 34 -EGRAN~D STI~EET.
All the ladies who have triedl the Piano aIre ulamnoims in its praise, and wish in the hot tou, of their blessed hearts to
hold the lucky iunmber and carry off the prize.
Look at the Bargains:
Valicoc.s 5c per yard; 1- 1 B'rolwi )omii.stlic ie p."'r /uard; 1-1 &I'oft Fiaishcd Bhlichi, Se, pIer l.ar; (r,/o ,ttn' ltanel I lie per qlard;
Jau.Y fro01a l iOc to I .1 ) per W)ard; (ore'~c C orth Istu - .1)1) fto) -cOt; L.,di.s' IoiW, while (i)aId colored 1.0O9 e(zr dioo.; ladies' horldered
lInadkerchwief 1.2.5 per doz; Ladies' me'('d Slhoe.'o, clf or cloth, !ct, per pair; Indirs' Fio.red SorSlo, x I.00) per pat ir; . llecricilt DIress
(roods 1 Oc )per .(ir4,d; Fl nncl S~itin),'s 25c per lard.
The imitenCse and in variety unparalelled stoc kconsists of Dress ( ioodS, Silks, Cloaks, hluaiiels, StitiiL.s, ('loakilngs,
Eiderdown, Hoisery, Notions, Fancyware and Jwelr.y; Blltttonis and Trit. ilings, I aces, Towelis, Napkins, Spreads, Table (Cloths,
Curtains, in, Ini reclia, Carpets and Rugs; Ladies' Misses' and Childrei Hats.
To eºuiinerate all the styles, colors, shades and prices of these good(ls would ill volimj.es, Ilut the laflies are. resp5c('tfullyh ini
vited to pay , mte a visit and coinvince themselves of the reality of lvy offier, that is:
To Sell the Best Goods for the Lowest Prices.
Ladies livig out t of town are respectfully solicited to send in their orders. I assure their lnolliltt and c'-refl exeentioni.
QENTlEMEN's DEPT MTMENTT GPOiCERIE$ A~ND $UPPiLIE$,
in this my stock is equally as well assorted and varied a~ in iall Ither I ,ttier in tle ipurest goods anId at lowest fliurts, 'r.h :ow -
branches, and consists of
(L OTIILV.G, 1H4'7N, BOOS', ,SHOES, IMA ('., I'L 0 1"l, N '(111, ('OQ1I:;E,
UID E 1VIDE ,Wi. NECK IVEAI1, 8RIll8 'I, Io 'ES; 'OlL I ('( r, ('/;,1 /l,
FOýSIARlI 1', 7iMBRELL ,A6$, T" ('N , I;5,
VALICJaS'(ud .NA'ICHtELS, E'(. ILI G(GI,(G/ ui 7i'E', , 11)l)EIJ, 1Y of every/
Old and young men its well as boys will tind it to their a(lvanltage to call on,)
me and examine my goods and prices before piurchasing elsewhere. .,'ip.,i , 1 WOOD, 11 //IL O I', l '/i . if i :lA,
I can and 1do compete successfully with any establishment in this section of G/.1X' I1.A I, ( l0'/AKER , I 1. ., Et.
the State in regard to both quality and prices of my goods. '
In conclusion I draw the particular attention of y manay tifriends and custoniers to the newly and fully supplied( assortment of
Handsome Boots and Shoes
for Ladies, (ientleimen, Misses, Boys, Children and I nfhnts, Imalnufctured for ily tralde br the c'elebrated firim 4,1'
SALLER, LEWIN & Co., Philadelphia,
and other renowned houses.
Come on to Gerson's Dry Goods Store, Where goods are clheaper than e'er before
For every dollar cash you spend, You get a chance to win the grand
MIathushek Piano, now in his store-And then you can play, "H . SI. . Pinafore.'"
Remember 34 Grand Street, Molnroe, La.