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VOL. 1. MONROE, LA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1883. NO. 33.
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NOT Mrs. BRADY'S
V'ILL SE R~AFFLED OTTT AT THI-lE
MAMI TH1 DRY GOODS' ESTABLISHMENTI
34 GRAND STREET.
LE~P Come ole, c('oe all and try your luck ! It does not cost you one cent, for the chanices are
All it needs is that you hbuy the best goods for the least mioney at
LEON GERSON'8, 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.
and for each dollar handed over the c,unter, Yvol get a ticket whichl gives you a chllnce to, win ll'pllendid
Now oil exhibition in LEO0 G-ERSO~T'S store at 34 GI-RAI TD STNEET.
All the ladies who have tried the Piano are unaninnus in its praise, and wish in the Inttont of their blessed hearts to
hold the lucky number and carry off the prize.
Look at the Bargains :
Ltatito~Nas Sc per yard; 4-1 Brown Domestice 7T pr yard; 1-1 Soft Finished Jle1chinl/ S, p'r lard; (C/tou FlaneUl I .0 per yard;
Jea tr'ome tlc to 1.00 per yard; (or.wet.s worth., 1.00 for 5('; Ladies' Ho.e,'white anid colored I.o) per do:; Ladcies.' hordered
Handkerchie)fe 1.25 per do:; Ladies' .vewed Shoes, calf or sloth, 90c per pairI; Ladies' I,;( r,1d Sh()(.. 1.U00 per pair; Americun h Dress
(oods 1 Oc per yard; 1 lannel ruitinbs 25e per yard.
The immense and in variety unparalelled stoc(k consists oft ])ress (folds, Silks, (Cloaks, Flallitels, Sititings, Choakings,
JEiderdown, Hoisery, Notions, Fancyware and .Tewelry: Buttons and Trimmings, Laces, Towels, Nalkins, Spreads, Table Cloths,
Curtais0, Laiubrequins, Carpets and Rugs; Ladies' Misses' and Children Hats.
Tdoennumerate all the styles, colors, shades and prices of these goods would 1111 \VoIllt's, butt th., ladies are rerspectfully in
vited to pay me a visit and conhvince themselves of' the reality of Imy offer, that is:
ToSel 1 tlhe Best Goods for the Lowest Prices.
Ladies living, out ºt' town are. Ireslc'tf'ullly solicited t send in tilheir (ld . I asorc tltheir lprompIllt :1ni careful exccntion.
GENT4EMEW$S DEPARTiyMT1, OClEPIE$S AIDS UPPLIE
in this my stock is equally as well assorted and va:rield 1; in all other I tffer in the pur-,t gns S andi at low(t igures, cah
brAnches, and consists of-
(OLOf'HING, HA 'I, BOOTY, A1(ES, IL t ' ILo ; , 'L;. l ', ('OI'EA',
UTNDER 1IVEA1R. NECKIVEAR, NHIIII S, .IJ,~1A', 7IJl/;1 0' , ('(/.I iP,
HeTOIAR,1', UMIBIELLAS, 7'l NIN' , l 7
VALI(;f'SYd NA'llt7IJELS, EI(. ILl (;(;I'(; ad IIK. , ,'p1DELI, r of e'ery
Old and young nmen as well as boys will find it to their advantage (to call on,
m:e and examine my goods and prices before purchasing eseIwhere,.
I can and do compete succe-sfully with any establishment in chi: teetion "i (iL.IA, lI'J IIE, ( I,'O('AKElP ' , 1'E . 7c ., A, e.
the State in regard to both quality and prices of nmy gonle.
lit conclusion I draw the particular attention of ny many frien ds and customers to,, thlelnew·ly& and fully supplied :tssortluelnt of
Hand-made Boots and Shoes
for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, Boys, Children and infants, manufactured tfor my trade hv the elehratcd lirut 4w
SALLER, LIWIN & 'Co., Philadelphia,
and other renllownled hIIouses.
Come on to Gerson's Dry Goods Store, Where goods are cheaper than e'er before
For every dollar cash you spend, You get a chance to win the grand
Mathushek Piano, now in his store-And then you can play, "HI. M . . Pincafore."
Remember 34 Grand Street, Monroe, La.