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I -= n_- I iBACTTt 5T4TEG rB {II I A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF, BOXED gTATIONEBY I ALWAYS ON HAND, NEATLY BOXED, AND AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY I I Boxes 3d., ad., and- 1/- I Mourning oto Paper and Ma-volopen jt Foolscap Paper tneI N-nvolopoof Blotting Paper THE BES-T B Id PACKET OF STATIONERY 1 IN THE DISTRICT. t r WJL-e-o 7 rb WBBSTBB'S GOLDA4:BDAL OTES. j;' MEMO BOOKS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, EXEBOIS. BOOKS, DAY BOOKS [ LEDCMftS, &O., in great vaiiety. 1 p MILLS A- L SONS, )B ||riiilfrs, ^tattontrs, ^Booksellers. jUtosagents, fa J I HBEALD OFFICE RHOS | j1Çff!fOII l'IQi1.I.- l1tIIIIMI T .:B llGl MtlrüiiJj rr BtrsgMrBss is PULL J A 8L- .<1- '¡. II I 1N8& If Business is diffl, that is the time te advertise. Advertising will turn the ? I dullness of to-day is to the brisk trade of to-morrow. If business is good, that I I is the time to advertise. Surely every merchant wishes business to stay good, j| ft W*tgj[ and advertising is an assurance of this. No matter how much business a j 1 1 maSS merchant is doing, he should not be averse to seeing it become better. Good I 1 piqgB advertising will accomplish this. The man who has had energy enough to K I' I' work up a good trade usually has the ambition to wish to see it grow and [ grow. Then be shGlild use more and better adverhoing. I THE RHOS | H.,1f' -LÎ'.liia\ I..IIIID- 11IIIIIIII 1 v- ¡ T ¥.F1U!1!iIi- 'IJ[f" -taU _r I..