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I "II I c I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF I BOXED STATIONERY J ALWAYS ON HAND. NEATLY BOXED, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY 1 I Boxes 3d-, 6d-, and II- I I MQuroing Kote Faper and Envelopes ~-ssl £ 1 1 Foolsaap faper and Envelopes, Blotting up or 1 8 THE BEST I Id PACKET OF STATIONERY I & h IN THE DISTRICT. '> I I "WEBSTER'S O-OLD MEDAL INKS- 1 ¡{): H 1 MEMO BOOKS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, EXERCISE BOOKS, DAY BOOKS 1 I LEDGERS, &c., in great variety. 1 E. MILLS AND SONS I iprintes, jlMoweis, ^oolvsdltrs, llctosagnits, occ., I HERALD OFFICE, RH08 | JI'- -œBI!!IIIIII! *JIJUIIIIidI1IU!IiJ'J Aurlll' jmpqk PMAgLid X' S S■ ,VXiXi I t' 1 ■ •' I «g If Business is dull, that is the time to advertise* Advertising wil| turn the j < ( c' dullness of to-day into the brisk trade of to-morrow. J f business is 99d" that j I IfeuffiL is the time to advertise. Surely every merchant wishes business to stay good, and advertising is an assurance of this. No matter how much business a —merchant is doing, he should not be averse to seeing it become better. Goad E ..1(, advertising will accomplish this. The man who has had energy enough to I I wb £ 9 work up a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and I grow. Then h* should use more and better advertising. I t II .i\1 HyH<' WVW AY AA& JwJttUw :1 ,Y' .l'