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:jo: -"< I ,1 .¡ør-n1I 'IT r7w r7w J A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF I BOXED STATIONERY j 1 ALWAYS ON HAND, NEATLY BOXED, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY I I Boxes 3d-, 6d-> and II- i 1 Mourning Noto Paper and laTtkpei -s^s~ J j 7oolaoap Paper and Envelopes; Slotting Paper | I THE BEST Id PACKET OF STATIONERY j 1 IN THE DISTRICT. t VVEBSTER7S GOLD MEDAL INKS- I MEMO BOOKS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, EXERCISE BOOKS, DAY BOOKS I LEDGERS, &c., in great variety. | K. MILLS AND SONS, (VA Jjrintos, JStatimurs, ^ooltstlltrs, fteagcnis, ih | HERALD OFFICE. BH0 8 | '1. "T;_UI UI!M.. I I -¡¡¡.ø.u" -'W.L "Jm. -I I IT BUSINESS IS XIUI.X. j .) I I tT^i If Business is dull, that is the time to advertise. Advertising will turn the | I dullness of to-day into the brisk trade of to-morrow. if business is good, that j I is the time to advertise. Surely every merchant wishes business to stay good, 1 and advertising is an assurance of this. No matter how much business a 1 merchant is doing, he should not be averse to seeing it become better. Good 1 advertising will accomplish this. The man who has had energy enough to I work up a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and I I s|^i grow. Then he should use more and better advertising. j '< :t. "==: am .imb, Rill, "Dllla LD. IS A S.UBBEB; 8.81. A r