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There's a ruoddlesonio "Somebody" poing about,
And playing bia pranks, but we can't lind bim ont.
Ho's np-stairs and down-stairs from morning till
And always in mischief, but never in sight.
The rognes I bare read of in song or in tale.
Are caught at the end and conducted to Jail;
But "Somebody's" tracks are all covered so well,
He novor has socn the inside of a cell.
Oar young fol*:? at home, at all seasons and times,
.Aro rehearsing the role of "Somebody's ' crimes:
Or, fast aa their feet and their tongaeB can well
Gome to tell tho last deed the sly scamp has done.
'Somebody* has taken my knife," ono will say;
" 'Somebody* has carried my pencil away;"
"'Somebody'has gone and thrown dowu all tho
" 'Somebody' ate np all the cakes in tho box."
It is "Somebody" breaks all tho pitchers and
And hides the boys' sleds, and runs oft with their
And turns on the water, and tumbles the beds,
And steals all tho pins, and molts all tho doll's
Ono night a dull sound, like tho thump of a hoad,
Announced that one youugbier waB out of his bod;
And he said, half "asleep, when asked what it
" 'Somebody' is pesbing me ont of the tent!"
Now, !f thoBo high crimos of "Somebody" don't
We must Bummon in tho detective police;
And they, in their wisdom, at once will make
The culprit belongs to no house but our own.
Then should it turn out, after all, to be true,
That our young folks themselves aro "Somebody"
How queer it would look, if wo Baw them all go
Marched off to the station house, G'S in a row.
THE l'ECU 1.1 Alt THIEF.
Tho wealthy merchant, Van Beeren, of
Amsterdam, went to his banker's one morn?
ing, to get fifty new-coined florins. He had
with him a magnificent Newfoundland dog,
with curly hair, and expressive faco and
beautiful true brown eyes.
Oppas was th ii favorito of tho whole fami?
ly and the steady companion of his master,
whom he never ieft, except when ho had
atriot orders given him to watch the chil?
dren, or to keep guard over soins articles of
value. Van Beeron could safely put Im
gcld-headed cone in the middle of tho street,
and say to Oppas: "You stay hero uutil I
come back;" and there was no doubt of find?
ing cane and dog at tho samo Kpot after
hours had gono by. I would not have ad?
vised anybody to touch him then. If his
master wanted to go to church or to tho
theatre, or in fact anywhere, where he didn't
want the dog to accompany him, all ho had
to do was to look at him and say: "Oppas,
go home!" and Oppas turned round, al?
though mortified, and went straight home,
without looking to the right or left.
Mynheer Van Beeren had taken his dog
along to-day as usual, and had rather a
lengthy conversation with his friend, tho
Danker, whom he also told for what purpose
he wanted the new florins.
To-day was the silver-wedding day of one
of his old servants named Claus, who had
been in the service of his father, aud been
true to them both for many years. As the
man was not very well off, for ho had a great
many children to provide for, ho wanted to
?ive them a pleasant surprise with these
fty florins. He received them tightly done
up in a roll, but the silver was rather heavy,
and Mynheer Van Beeren rather lazy. Ho
could not put it in his pocket; ho did not
like to carry it in his hand; and therefore,
as soon as he had regained tho street, he
gave it to his dog, who proudly put it in his
mouth and marched solemnly along with his
master, uutil they reached tho house of his
former servant. Mynheer Van Beoren did
not oven now take tho money from the dog,
but wanted to have the fun of seeing the
dog himself deliver it.
He did this elegantly, for when his master
said to him, "Oppas, now givo np your
present," and pointed to the surprised ser?
vant, he went up to him, wagged his tail
and allowed him quietly to tako tho mouey
out of his mouth.
The old servant was greatly moved; he
thanked his master with tears in his eyes, at
the same time caressing tho dog, who
seemed to bo well pleased. Moreover, when
Mynheer Van Beeren loft, Claus bogged
leave to retain the dog, around whom the
childreu had gathered, for a while longer,
that he might reward him for bringing so
rich a present. The children joined in his
entreaties, until the merchant said pleasant?
ly: "Well, for my part, you may have him
as a guest, but don't over-feed him, and
afterwards, just open the door for him and
say: 'Now go home, Oppas,' then you need
not bother about him any more; he knows
"But will he stay here, when you go
"Certainly; ho does anything I tell him.
Oppas, you stay here," he said to the New?
foundland dog, who looked at him with his
sagacious eyes, and then sat quietly down,
as if to wait what would happen. When
his master went off immediately after, he
never stirred; and now the ohilareu began
to coax and oaress him, while tho woman
prepared a good repast for him, which he
enjoyed hugely, until tho time came when
they had to send him off again. When
Claus then opened tho door for him and
said, as he had been told: "Mow, Oppas,
you go home!" be wagged his tail once
more, and returned straight home.
A few months bad gone by, and Mynheer
Van Beeren had to do busiuoa? ugaiu one
afternoon with the samo banker. The dog
wout along as usual, and also lifted bimsell
when he arrived at the counting table and
offered his paw to tho cashier. He, how
over, would not notice him to-day, and all
seemed to be somwhat excited; the cause ol
which was immediately explained by thc
banker himself, who just then came out ol
his private office.
The thing was this: There had been com?
mitted a theft that morning, with such
agility and deterity, that the matter was
wholly inexplicable. One of tbs clerks had
made rolla of florins, and had placed ten of
these, which were intended for the private
expenses of the family, on his employer's
doak. The latter had counted them himself
twice over, so there could have been no
mistake, and yet one of the rolle disappoar
ed in a moment, while he had been handing
a few letters to be copied into the main
office. A theft seemed hardly possible,
unless it was executed with great boldness
tbrongb the window, which happened to be
open, in whioh case it most have been dono
in an incredibly short space of time. How
conld a thief dare to climb into a window in
open day-light, in n busy street, and if hu
did, why had he only taken one roll, when
there were ten of them lying right near?
Mr. Van Groteu, Buoh was tho banker's
name, hud, in tho meantime, sent to thc
police office, to niako knowu the facts, nnd
OHO of the forco had como up to take a look
at tho plnco. Ho shook his head when they
showed him tho window and tho desk.
Tho Int ter stood nt least six feet from tho
window, so that a person, who might have
jumped up to tho window-board, could not
from there have got at tho money, but was
obliged to cuter the office, whilo Mynheer
Van Groton asserted that ho had not left it
for half a minute. Besides, tho little room
had no separate entrauco or exit, but. only
through tho main office could a person get
into it. The affair remained shrouded in
darkness and tho roll of fifty florins, of
courso gone. Mynheer Van Groton bad
become so afraid, that ho shut tho window
every timo ho left his mom, and as no
further theft was committed, the loss was at
last forgotten; at least, nothing moro was
said about it. Two or threo weeks might
bavo gone by, and Mynheer Van Beeron
was just sipping his afternoon coffee in his
"study," when old Claus sent bis name in,
wishing to thank his old employers.
"Thank me!" said Mynheer Van Beeron,
"for what? for my last present? Ho has
thanked me for that long ago, and since
thou I bavo not seen bim; but let the old
mau como iu."
Tho door opened immediately after, and
Claus, bat in band, appeared upon the
threshold, but ho looked very miserable.
"Halloo, Claus, what is tho matter with
you, mau? You have grown palo and so
lean, that I should hardly have known you.
Have you l een sick? I never hoard a word
aboutit." "O, m y saviour, " tho poor man
sighed; "I have been very sick; so sick that
I did not think I should get up again ; I dare
not do anything yet; tho doctor has given
me strict orders not to work; ho ouiy allows
me to walk out in tho air lo regain some
"Poor Claus," Van Beeren said, compas?
sionately; "and why didu't you let me know
of it?" *
"O, my dear sir." tho old man said fer?
vently; "you knew it nin-how, for you came
to my rescue in my need in such a magnuui
mous and delicate way. I do not know
bow to thank you."
"My dear Claus," said Vau^Beeren, "1
certainly would have been most happy to
bavo assisted you. if I had heard a word ol
it; and perhaps it is not too lato now; but I
assuro you 1 knew nothing of it, und du
not understand what you mean by saying I
helped you in a magnanimous and delicate
"O, my dear sir," said the old mau, "why
not allow me to thank yon, for you can'l
deny it. Your own good elog brought me
tho money, yon know."
"O, is that what yon mean," Mynheer
snailed, "but my dear friend, that was or
your silver wedding, nud nobody thor
thought you were going to be ill."
"Ah, no; I don't mean that," the olel mai
saiel, sbakiug his head; "the second time
about three weeks ago, when the dog cann
to me by himself and brought mo anothei
such roll. He bad been scratching at th?
door feir some time, before wo beard bin
and could admit him."
"My dog?" tho merchant asked in amaze
ment; "my Oppas?"
"Why certainly ; ho delivered tho nioner
at my bed-side, and walked off wagging Li;
"And how much did the roll contain?"
"Just as much as tho first-fifty florins,"
was tho answer.
"That is strange," said Mynheer, amazed
slapping bis knee with his Hat baud, "bu
Oppas shall come in."
"And you really knew nothing of it?"
"Not ii syllable.
"But where can Ibo dog bavo got tbi
"He stole it !" the merchant roared out
"stole it in exposition to all laws; no!
never saw the like. Send up tho dog, Claus
be will probably be down stuirs in tho yarel
wo wiP give liiin an examination. Slay
did you feed bim again that time?"
"Well, you may well imagine that, Myn
beer, tho children didn't hardly know whal
to do for him, and he staid with us ubou
an hour, until T sent him homo again, bc
causo I feared you might want him."
"But I can't comprehend yet-."
"Well, never mind, Claus. I'll tell yoi
that after a while; just send iip tho dog."
Oppns carno, exhibiting great joy; for b
jumped up at Clans continually and wnp
ged his tail, as if to show his joy at the ol
"I say, Oppas," Iiis master said, "whn
havi you beon about, eh? What do I bea
of you?" Tho groat Newfoundland do
probably d" 1 not understand what bis mas
ter said, but he did not like h^ tone or hi
. looks; ho had become shy; but wagged hi
tail in a moro lively manner, seeming onb
a little oppressed.
"Well, said his master, "how is it
Where did you gul, the money that yo
! brought old Clans; to got another extr
i dinner, eh?" The dog grew more shy, an
! now lay down on his belly and crawled u
to his master, who said, laughing: "Abs
do yon acknowledge your guilt at last
Oh, yon good for nothing beast!" As soo
as the dog saw the cheerful face, his fear
was gone at once. Before Mynheer could
have thought of it, he jumped up to him
and licked his whole face in such a manner,
that he could hardly keep him off. When
he had quieted him a little, he told Glaus
the whole story of the theft at Yan Gro?
ton's, which none but the dog could have
accomplished, and also quieted the old man
about the theft. He said the dog had only
done what he would have done himself, if
he had known of the sickness of his old
faithful servant. He should not trouble
himself about the money, for he had a per?
fect right to keep it, Then as soon as
Claus was gone, ho took a roll with fifty
florins, put on his hat, and gave them to
tho dog to bring back tho stoleu money to
his friend Vau Groten.
"Now," thought Vau Beeren, when upon
reaching tho house ho fouutl tho window
open, on account of tho warm weather, "if
1 send Oppas in now by tho samo way ho
got tho money, wo will know right off if ho
can jump that high."
Upon reaching tho window sill, ho there?
fore said: "Oppas, hop, jump up quick."
With ono jump he was there, and waited for
orders, wagging his tail.
Mynheer Van Beereu beard a loud cry of
astonishment, but when tho dog turned to
him, bo beckoned to bim to jump into tho
office, which bo did, upon which he himself
went into thc office.
Vau Groton was not a little astonished
when he saw his friend's dog with a roll of
money iu his mouth. Van Beereu soon
solved tho problem to him.
They laughed a great deal about thc
nfluir, but Mynheer never loiL tho window
open ofter that when ho left bis office, until
ho had a little lattico affixed to it. Ho did
not trust Oppas, for ho thought ho might
again get hungry for on extra meal, and try
to placo himself in possessiou of it by simi?
Main street near La<t>i, Columbia, S. C.
THIS FIRST CLASS
^gSSh?. RESTAURANT is sup
WSzE^BAplicd with the v. rv best of WINI'S,
LIQUORS, SEGAR8 and TOBACCO. DINNERS
und SUITERS furnished at short notice. The
cooking is unsurpassed. OYSTERS, CASIE, Etc.,
in season. J. R. LANIER, Proprietor.
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent. Dec 10
THE CAROLINA HOUSE.
LOCATED on Washington street, next to
KW Brennen A Carroll's, is now under tho sole
**. proprietorship of tho undersigned. The best of
everything, in the way of WINES, LIQUORS, ALI:,
BEGAUS, TOBACCO, etc., kept on hand. LUNCH
ev. rv day at ll o'clock. Give him a call, and test
tin: correctness of thc assertion made, above.
.Tune io RICHARD BARBY.
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Yours respectfully, J. J. DOUGLASS.
LANCAHTF.K, Penn., Sept. 25, 1807.
Mr. E. H. Heinitsh-DBAB Sm: Tho bottlo ol
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sgonts, TS'?ER k HEINITSH,
Oct 23 t Colombia, 8. C.
Smoked Heats, &c.
EXTRA. Sugar-cured HAMS,
(Extra Sugar-cored Strips,
Extra Fine Smoked Tongues.
Smoked Salmou, Yarmouth Bloaters,
Pickled Trout. Pickled Pig Pork, Tigs' Feot, No.
1 Bay Mackerel. Fnltou Market Beef, and a full
assortment of Fancy and Staple Groceries-for
salo low, by_GEORGE HYMMERB.
Sugar and Coffee.
"I f\ HHDS. PORTO RICO SUGAR,
?\J 50 bbls. Refined Sugar,
75 bags Rio Coffee, all grades,
15 bags Java aud Laguavra Coffee.
For salo low by _ " B. A. G. D. HOPE.
sZ? -a SMOKED and Pickled SALMON,
I ll IL_ Dutch Herrings, Pickled Sardines,
Illlr.'ail'lJtp Swiss, English Dairy, Goshen Chet sc
Fiske' Ham-, Breakfast Strips, Mackerel,
Self-Baising Flour, Pecan Nuls, Almonds,
Raisins, Preserves, Currants, Prunes, Ac.,
Holland Gin, Kr< neb Urandy, Madeira Wino,
Sherry Wine, libbie Wine, Candies, assorted,
Fancy Soups, Crackers, assorted, Pipes, Segare,
Tobacco, Walking Canes. Ac.
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T H E P IT O N IX
COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THF. proprietor bn s recontly made EXTENSIVE
ADDITIONS tobis form' r largostock of material
Type, Press?-?. Colored ?i?:>s l'aper, Cards, etc.,
introducing i Itu LATEST STYLES, and is fully
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PLAIN and 1 AN< \
From a ''.ii-.'. I7.</7< ioama-sivt .vilnmoor a thirty
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Prices are Lowe than my other establishment
In ?his Stat?;, or oven New York.
Pamphlets, t insulars. Rill Head?, tfriefa,
Bitil Tickets. x?A* Invitations,
Dray Tickets, Roceipts,
Programmes, . ^*?snpl<? Hand-bills,
Letter Heads. v'jjBBB'V Postor?,
Chr.'!:-. J"?r??^,V llliuiks,
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Weddinrr, Visiting and Rosiness Cards, Ac., Ac,
Of ali styleti and slisi s: in '.id.
Any and Every Description of Printing!
In one. two, throe Colors and Bronze, promptly
attended to. JULIAN A. SELBY, Proprietor.
FOR Wrapping aud Paitoru Cutting, for sale
at|h* PH'.ENIZ OFFICE.
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad Co.
COLUMBIA, 8. C., December 22, 1868.
NOTICE.-Holders of Bonde of this Company,
maturing January 1,1869, also of Coupons
which matured prior to January 1,1868,are invit?
ed to fund them in 8EVEN PER CENT. COUPON
BONDS. Tho Treasurer is prepared to issue the
new Bonds, and where fractions of $000 occur,
Fractional Bonds, bearing seven per cont, interest,
will bo issued therefor.
This Company has redeemed its Coupons which
matured on and subsequent to January 1,1808,
and will continue to do BO as tboy mature, at the
Carolina National Bank in this oity, and at the
First National Bank, Charlotte, N. C.
Jan 5 10 C. H. MANSON. Treasurer.
Charlotte and South Carolina and Columbia
and Augusta Railroad Conroanies.
COLUMBIA, S. C., December 13, 1868.
RBI IHUUURHM* I ?^'f^^m, ON and after
^^fcffiik^ thc 16th inst.
Trains over these Roads will run Dailyas follows:
LvtlCharlotto 11.35 p. m. Arr. Columbia COO a. m.
Eve Columbia 8.20 a. m. Ar Grauitevillo 2.15 p.m.
Eve. Granitcville7.20 a. m. Ar Columbia 1.30 p. m.
Eve Columbia 4.15 p. m. Ar Charlotte 11.10 p. m.
W Close connection ut Charlotte, with North
Carolina Railroad; at Columbia, with Smith Caro?
lina and Grceuvillo and Columbia Railroads, and
Granitcville, with South Carolina Railroad Trains.
jWl'asBongorH for tho North taking thiB route
have tho choico of FOUR DIFFERENT ROUTES,
viz: From Greensboro, either via Danville or
Raleigh. From Weldon, either via Petersburg or
Portsmouth; and from Portsmouth, either via Old
Dav Lino and Baltimore. TIME AS QUICK and
FARE AS LOW ae bv anv other route. ?
For THROUGH TICKETS to Richmond, Wash?
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Now York,
apply at Ticket Oflice, foot Blanding street.
An Accommodation Train will bo mn as follows:
Leave Columbia on Mondays, Wednosdays and
F'ridays at 7 A. M., arriving Charlotte 6.35 P. M.
Returning-leave Charlotte Tuesdays, Thursdays
and Saturdays at 0 A. M., arriving at Columbia
at 5.05 P. M.
Passengers taking 6 A. M. Train from Charlotte
can connect with Night Train of South Carolina
Road for Charleston. Passengers from Charleston
can, by leaving South Carolina Train at Junction,
connect with the 7 A. M. Train from Columbia.
Dee 13 CALEB BOUKNIGHT, Sop't.
The Great Inland Freight Route,
Charlotte & South Carolina R.E.,
THIS FAVORITE and RELIABLE Honte oilers
superior advantages to tho MERCHANTS of
' COLUMBIA and UP-COUNTRY, in transporting
; FREIGHTSat low ratesandquiokdespatch to and
i from Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and
: Boston, ter Rates always guaranteed as low as
? tho imblishcd rates of any other line.
I tea" No chango of cars, or breakage of bulk,
I between Charlotte and Portsmouth.
?3* Marine Insurance from one-half to three
quarters per cent, less than by competing lines.
For further information, rates, classification
: beets, Ac, apply to, or address,
E. R. DORSEY,
General Freight and Ticket Agent,
July 24 Cu:.rlotto and South Carolina B. R. Co.
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 6.80 a. m.
Arrive Kingsville_1.30 p. n.. Leave 2.00 p. m.
Arrive Columbia.3.50 p. vi. Leavo 6.00 a. m.
Arrive Kingsville... 7.30 a.m. Leavo 8.00 p. m.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 p.m.
Tho Passenger Train on tho Camden Branch
will connect with up and down Columbia Trains
and Wilmington and Manchester Railroad Trains
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS mid SATURDAYS.
Night Impress Freight and Passenger Accom?
modation Train will run as follows:
Leave Charleston for Columbia. 5.40 p. m.
Arrive Columbia 6.05 a.m. l eavo 5.30 p.m.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.40 a.m.
March 21 H. T. PEAKE. Gen'l Bnp't.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
TOT pi!T3grT*S53 PASSENGER Trains x?u
????^K?i^iix? daily, Surday excepted, con?
necting with Night Trains on Charleston and
! Charlotte Railroads:
Eve Columbia 7.00 a.m. Eve Greenville 5.45 a.m.
" Alston 8.40 " " Anderson 6.25 *'
" NewberrylO.10 " " Abbeville 8.00 "
Arr Abbeville 3.00 p.m " Nowborry 12.35 p.m.
"Anderson 4.20 " " Alston 2.15
"Greenville 5.00 " Arr Columbia 3.45 p.m.
Trains on Bluo Ridge Railroad ron as follows:
Lvo Anderson 4.30 p.m. Lve. Walhalla 3.30 a.m.
" Pendleton 5.30 " " Pendleton 5.30 "
Arr Walhalla 7.30 " Arr Anderson 6.20 M
Tho train will return from Bolton to Anderson
on Monday and Friday mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH, General Sup't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
vrjRO PASSENGER Trains leavo Spart an
? '-ii?^lvSr^ burg Court House Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays, at 7 A. M., and arrive at Alston
1.90 P. M., connecting with thu Greenville Down
Train and trains for Charlotte and Charleston.
On Tuesdays, Thursdaysjand Saturdays, tho Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with tho GreonvUle
Up Trains, leavo Alston 0 A. M. and arrivo Spar?
tanburg Court House 3.20 P. M., as follows:
Doten Train. Up 'JYain.
Miles. Arrivo. Leavo. Arrivo. Leave.
Spartanburg.... 0 7.00 3.20
Pacolet.10 7.45 7.4S 2.32 2.35
Jonesville.19* 8.25 8.30 1.50 1.65
Unionvillo.28 9.15 9.40 12.40 1.05
Santuc.37 10.16 10.21 12.03 12.08
Shelton .48 11.10 11.12 11.06 11.08
Lvles Ford.52 11 36 11.38 10 89 10.42
Strother.5? 12.02 12.05 10.12 10.15
Alston.68 1.20 9.00
Jan 7 THOS. B. JETER, Prcsidont.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co.,
?^^FM^^ZZWW?echedul?0 fo7 Passenger
Trains over this road:
Leave Charlotto..ll.36 p. m. Arrive. .11.35 p. m.
" Greensboro 5.05 a. m. and 7.17 p. m.
" Raleigh 9.41 a. m. sad 3.20 p. m.
Arrivo Goldsboro 12.13 p. m. Leavn.. 12.80 p. m.
Through Passengers by this linc liavechoico of
routes via Greensb >ro and Danvillo to Richmond,
or via Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond or Ports?
mouth; arriving at all poiuts North of Richmond
at the same tim?? by cither route. Connection is
made at Joldsboro with Passenger Trains on the
Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to and from
Wilmington, and Freight Train to Weldon. Also
to Newborn, on A. A N. C. Road.
Laurens Railroad-New Schedule.
t ???B?P MAIL Trains on this Road run to
Jaffi"5BKretnrn on samo day, to connect with
up and down Trains on Greenville and Columbia
Railroad, at Helena; leaving Laurens at 6 A. M.,
on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS,
and leaving Helena at 1.80 P. M. same days.
July 9 J. S- BOWER8, Superintendent
Bacon Hams, Sides,
SHOULDERS and 8trips, and PujoLeafLard,,
for sale by FISHER & LOWRANCE.