Source: The Manchester Republican, September 7, 1872
Henry Mills has moved his large and well selected stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries from the Heeter block on the North side of Main street to the splendid new brick room one door West of the Post Office.
Source: The Manchester Republican, February 19, 1874
HENRY MILLS, Dealer in staple and fancy groceries, provision and country produce. He owns and occupies a new two story brick adjoining the postoffice on the south side of Main street. He has been identified with the business interests of the place for a number of years. He keeps a full stock of everything in his line, and prides himself on keeping one of the neatest and best appointed establishments in the country. He sells for cash or on short time.
Source: North Manchester Journal, March 8, 1883
H. Mills has just received a nice line of spring samples, and if you want a nobby suit made to order, call and leave your measure.