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THE BELLEFONTE NATIONAL The Feliciana Democrat, of Clinton, La., | lady writes us from California as follows:
(FORMERLY CENTRAL PRESS) thus laments over the departure of a Having occasionally received letters from
(Under this head we publish, for a consid- Published at Bellefonte, Centre Co., Pa., school teacher for her Northern home: parties in New York and elsewhere, wish
eration, such matters as rightfully belong to
BY KINSLOE & BROTHER. "The strong-minded woman who pre- ing me to become an agent for some won
this department. We disclaim responsibility Located in one of the greatest producing sided over the classic begrophilic hall derful and cheap invention, to sell tickets
for what may herein appear. Natter will sections of the State, surrounded by some where the offspring of the freedmen in some grand lottery distribution, or
be LEADED, and charged according to the of the richest bituminous coal, iron, and and they themselves drank freely of the something of the kind, please allow me to
space occupied, at the rate of $1 a line.] lamber regions in the country, it presents fountain of knowledge the waters of which ask how such parties obtain the names and
advantages to advertisers which should she laved upon them, kas departed. Yes, addresses of persons all over the country?
THE HYGEIAN HOME. - At not be overlooked by men of shrewdness Clinton knows her no longer; yet Yankee- Do they get them from publishers' books?
this establishment all the Water-Cure ap
and business tact. dom will embrace her as a daughter who | We can think of no other way in which had gone among the disloyal and rebel
It is the organ of the Republican party ours could have been obtained, and, pre
pliances are given, with the Swedish Movelious, and suffering martyrdom to the tune supposing this to be the case, we beg leave
ments and Electricity. Send for our cir- of Centre County, and has entered upon of $2,000 net gains, the proceeds derived to make a few remarks in regard to it.
cular. Address A. SMITH, M.D., Wer
its eleventh volume. Send for specimen from her colored flock in teaching them Our address is free to any persons who
nersville, Berks County, Pa.
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"NATIONAL," Bellefonte, Pa. are their only true friends. She hath suf- is not free to swindlers and unprincipled
HYGIENIC CURE, BUFFALO,
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Baths, Electric Baths, and all the appliances Editor of “Mirror," has a new and popular
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or Mrs. BRYANT BURDICK, M.D., Buris now exhausted, and she must look for pnt is in the way of making a fortune
dick House, Buffalo, N. Y.
tf. new diggins. We are truly disconsolate, from three cents, we may tender them a
[ Announcements for this or the preceding Hanging our harp up somewhere, we will vote of thanks, or we may choose to earn MRS. E. DE LA VERGNE, M.D., department must reach the publishers by the skin an onion in remembrance of you, dear our fortunes; but if our names are given 325 ADELPHI STREET, BROOKLYN. 1st of the month preceding the date in which old school-marm, proud scion of gifted to those who would use us as instruments
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